Hello readers! I’m happy to be taking part in Shanah’s (Bionic Book Worm) Top Five Tuesday prompts for April. I found this kind of late, so I’ll be participating in the last 2 weeks. Head over to her blog, it’s not too late to join!
So there are A LOT of books I have yet to add to my read list. On the contrary, this list was hard to pull together. I browsed through my bookstagram and Goodreads to find five popular books that are still on my TBR. Without further ado, in no particular order, let’s get into today’s Top Five:
Serpent and Dove by Shelby Mahurin
When I read the summary for Serpent and Dove, I immediately wanted it in my hands. But now it’s been several months and I haven’t even bought this book! It’s still on my TBR of course and I have no idea when I will finally read it.
Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo
When it comes to Leigh Bardugo, I will read anything she writes with a quickness. Now I did start Ninth House, but I didn’t make it past the first 20 pages. Not because it was bad, because it wasn’t. But because it wasn’t the genre I wanted to read at the moment. Let’s hope that I can add this to my read list by the end of the year.
Red, White, and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston
I love a good contemporary romance, so Red, White, and Royal Blue was right up my alley. The amazing reviews only fueled my desire to read it. So why haven’t I? I have no idea. But I can tell you this: I just bought it on Amazon and it is currently being downloaded to my Kindle.
Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid
I heard so many good things about Daisy Jones and The Six. Based on the reviews I read, I was sure that I would love it. Now that it’s soon to be transitioned onto the screen via Amazon, I’m sure to read it sooner than later.
To All The Boys I Loved Before by Jenny Han
I haven’t even watched the Netflix movie! I have a thing where I like to read books before watching the adapted movie/show. Like Ninth House, I started TATBILB, but couldn’t get past the first few pages because it wasn’t a style of writing I was used to. But who knows, maybe I’ll pick it up again when I’m in a slump.