Hello again Top Ten Tuesday posts! I haven’t done one of these in ages, even after the hiatus ended last week, but I’m back doing them now.
This week we’re picking our top spring tbr picks. I’m picking pre-published books and older novels I’m planning on reading over the next few months.
The People at Number 9 by Felicity Everett
This comes out early April and I’m really looking forward to reading it. I love a thriller involving neighbours so this sounds perfect for me, I just hope it doesn’t disappoint
The Twenty Days of Turin by Giorgio de Maria
I recently bought this one, as I love a good horror book, especially one that claims to have a bit of a cult following. My expectations are set very high for this one!
Hekla’s Children by James Brogden
This has been on my radar for a while. It was recently published, but had been on my pre-order for months before that. Another horror novel I plan to read over Spring.
Sweetpea by C. J. Skuse
I requested this on Netgalley after reading that it was a humorous serial killer thriller. I can’t wait to see how those two things work together!
Last Breath by Robert Bryndza
Ahhhh! The 4th installment of the Erika Foster series!! This is out very soon and I will be reading it right away!
Universal Harvester by John Darnielle
I know you’re probably sick of hearing about this book but don’t worry, it’s out at the end of the month so I’ll finally get to read it! I just really, really hope it lives up to my expectations as I’ve been anticipating it since late last year.
Persons Unknown by Susie Steiner
This doesn’t come out until summer, but I was accepted for it on Netgalley so I’m definitely, definitely going to read it over the Spring months as I loved Steiner’s first book.
The Bad Beginning (A Series of Unfortunate Events #1) by Lemony Snicket
I’m hoping to reread this soon. I’d like to get the whole series read again by the end of the year.
Ripper: The Secret Life of Walter Sickert by Patricia Cornwell
I find it amazing to think someone could believe they’ve solved the Ripper case. It’s never, ever going to be solved… there is no DNA evidence to ever prove someone’s guilt! That being said, I can’t wait to read this, I love nutty conspiracy theories.
The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel
I’m finally jumping on the hype for this novel. I had it preordered and received it on publication day, so I’m really looking forward to getting into this dark book.
So there we have it! These are my top picks for my spring tbr list. Have you read any of these yourself, or want to?