Top Ten Books On My Spring 2014 TBR List


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish where we feature top ten books or book related stuff according to each week’s topic.

It is that time again when I list the seasonal upcoming releases I’m really excited about! As always, I’m listing my most anticipated Spring 2014 releases instead of the books I’m actually going to read this spring. According to the glorious Internet, Spring will stretch from March 20 to June 20 this year (in the Northern Hemisphere) so all the books I’m listing will be published between then.

Top Ten Books On My Spring 2014 TBR List:

Ruin and Rising
1. Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo (June 17)
I think this might actually be my most anticipated book of the year! Though Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas does give Ruin and Rising a run for its money. However, since it’s the final installment… Anyway, I’ve already pre-ordered my copy & simply can’t wait for it to arrive in June! The waiting is making my insides bleed.

City of Heavenly Fire
2. City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare (May 27)
Exactly how excited I am for City of Heavenly Fire can only be accurately determined after I’ve re-read the first 3 books & read the later 2 when my lovely TMI box set arrives. However, I’m still extraordinarily hyped up for this!

The Murder Complex
3. The Murder Complex by Lindsay Cummings (June 10)
This novel literally screams my name. Read the synopsis and you’ll find out why. ;)

Raging Star
4. Raging Star by Moira Young (May 13)
Jack. Saba. Jack. Jaaaack. Die DeMalo, die. I’m not mentally sound when it comes to this series.

5. Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige (April 1)
A classics retelling where the protagonist of the original story is the antagonist in the spin-off? Much love, curiosity and interest showered here.

Prisoner of Night and Fog
6. Prisoner of Night and Fog by Anne Blankman (April 22)
The epitome of star-crossed lovers, as I’ve mentioned multiple times when I featured this novel in a few other bookish features. Of course, I’m not just looking forward to the romance only, it simply plays a big part in reeling me in.

To All the Boys I've Loved Before
7. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han (April 15)
I read The Summer I Turned Pretty trilogy quite a few years ago and loved it! Hence, I’m obviously looking forward to this novel, especially when the synopsis sounds utterly mortifying (for the protagonist) yet irresistible.

8. Rebel by Amy Tintera (May 13)
Reboot was so action packed and badass I’m pretty sure Rebel would be as well! I’d love a huge dose of Wren-Callum (that Emoticon with hearts as eyes would be really appropriate right now) and have I mentioned that cover is absolutely simply but breath-taking?

Plus One
9. Plus One by Elizabeth Fama (April 8)
I love the theory of this book! Dystopian, alternate universe and what sounds to be a lot of action has my name plastered all over it. And that cover! I could cry from the prettiness.

The Ring and The Crown
10. The Ring and The Crown by Melissa de la Cruz (April 1)
I’ve read a few of Melissa de la Cruz’s books but none of them have ever struck me as astounding. Despite that, the theory of The Ring and The Crown is incredibly unique – alternate history mixed with fantasy. Moreover, my eyes could get diabetes eye-candying that amazing cover! I really, really hope this book would turn out awesome!


I would say this Spring is filled with jaw-droopingly stunning covers and my eyes are having a feast eyeing them all! Lets keep our fingers crossed that their insides would just be as good (or even better) than their outsides!

What books are you looking forward to this spring?


23 thoughts on “Top Ten Books On My Spring 2014 TBR List

    1. Me too, after Siege and Storm, I’m practically dying to get my hands on Ruin and Rising! I need to find out what happened to my darling Nikolai (he’s my fave character). Thanks for stopping by!


    1. You definitely need to read Shadow and Bone! The world-building’s incredible and utterly addictive, moreover, all the Russian-inspired aspects were gorgeous. Leigh Bardugo’s writing is also stunning. Thanks for stopping by!


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  2. The Prisoner of Night and Fog is so good. Love the romance and the setting. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is just such a fun book. I loved every moment of reading it. I love your list!



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