Top Ten Tuesday is hosted at The Broke and the Bookish.
This week's topic is Top Ten Books On My Winter TBR List. You know, it seems kind of silly to make a list like this, since I didn't get through all the books on my Fall TBR list... or my Summer TBR list. I either need to stop getting sidetracked by reading other stuff, or I need to read faster so I can cross more of these books off my list! Or I need to stop filling up my TBR list with new books. Yeah... that last one is probably what I should do...
And We Stay by Jenny Hubbard - I'm a sucker for novels in verse. This one's subject matter looks heavy, but it looks like it might be a good story, too.
Black Ice by Becca Fitzpatrick - Sounds like a suitable book for winter, does it not? I thought Hush, Hush was okay, but the narrator was kind of stupid. I've heard this book is better in that regard.
A Dream of Lights by Kerry Drewery - This looks cold and bleak, but also kind of fascinating. Young adult novels set in North Korea are not exactly common!
The Ex Games by Jennifer Echols - Snowboarding... winter... yeah. I don't think I want to read a book like this in the summer, do I?
Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers - I've heard (mostly) good things about this book and its sequel, and people are already talking about the third book, so I really should start this series before I end up encountering spoilers.
The Lord of Opium by Nancy Farmer - I don't think I've read a book by this author I haven't liked. Maybe I'll read this one if I find myself needing to take the bad taste of another book out of my mouth!
Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo - I don't know a lot about this series, but I don't think I've heard anything bad about it. The synopsis does sound interesting (and I know I'm way behind on this series; I need to get to it... yesterday)!
Stolen Songbird by Danielle L. Jensen - I've been meaning to get to this one for a while. I should just read it already!
Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas - Yeah, I know. Why haven't I read this one yet? To be frank, I'm a bit leery of this one because it's had so much hype. I have had bad luck with over-hyped books lately. But I do kind of want to see what all the fuss is about.
The Winter Witch by Paula Brackston - What other time of year am I going to read a book about a winter witch? Summer?
What's on your TBR list this winter?