This week on Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by Broke and the Bookish, we’re sharing our Winter TBRs. We’re down to the wire, but I can’t help but skip ahead to 2018 releases, The Hazel Wood especially!
The Wolves of Winter by Tyrell Johnson: If The Maze Runner and Hunger Games had a baby in the snow-covered Yukon, you’d probably get something along the lines of The Wolves of Winter. Okay, so I’ve already read this one, but I just couldn’t wait! Just trust me, it’s amazing!
A Conspiracy in Belgravia (Lady Sherlock #2) by Sherry Thomas: Charlotte’s become a great success, using her time away from Society to solve the unsolvable, but stakes are heightened when her brother is reported missing and a mysterious body unsurfaced.
Renegades by Marissa Meyer: A new series by Marissa Meyer – I’m already hooked!
The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert: One of the most anticipated novels of 2018, The Hazel Wood brings the Hinterland to life, a cruel supernatural world where fairy tales ring true.
The Afterlife of Holly Chase by Cynthia Hand: A modern day retelling of A Christmas Carol turns the beloved classic upside down when a young scrooge refuses to change and becomes the Ghost of Christmas Past.
The English Wife by Lauren Willig: From the author of Pink Carnation, The English Wife brings the New York Gilded Age to life as long held family secrets lead to murder.
Shatter (Glitter #2) by Aprilynne Pike: What can I say, I’m a sucker for Versailles!
Thunderhead (Arc of a Scythe #2) by Neal Shusterman: With the Scythedom corrupted, Citra seeks the ancient Thunderhead, the only being left able to solve the world’s problems – but will they reach him in time?
Fragments of the Lost by Megan Miranda: Blamed for the accident, Jessa is surprised when her ex-boyfriend’s family asks her to help with his room. Packing his things, remembering their time together, she slowly realizes how little she knew him as new secrets emerge. Of course, with Miranda at the wheel, anything is possible.
The Winter Station by Jody Shields: No TBR is complete without some sort of historical fiction. Set in 1910, during the last days of imperial Russia, The Winter Station follows the collapse of the monarchy as members find themselves torn between duty and compassion.
What will you be reading this winter?