The Top Ten Tuesday meme is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. I actually have some time now before school starts up again to get some reading (for fun) in!
It is rather sad and pathetic that some of the books on this list were on last year's summer TBR list too. Sooner or later (apparently later for a lot of them) they will get read!
1.) Attachments by Rainbow Rowell — I haven't read anything by Rainbow Rowell before but lots of bloggers rave about her books. I've already started Attachments, not very far into it yet but liking it well enough so far.
2.) The Fault in Our Stars by John Green — Yeah, I'm one of those rare people who has not yet read this one. But now with the film out I have no more excuses!
3.) Scarlet by Marissa Meyer — I so need to catch up on this series, I'm way behind.
4.) Shadows on the Moon by Zoë Marriott — I haven't read any books involving Japanese culture in a while so this will be a nice change. Plus, fairytales are always up my alley.
5.) Reached by Ally Condie — This one is so huge that it kind of intimidates me. I think I'll need to crack open Crossed first and remind myself of how it ended, because it's been a while now since I read it.
6.) Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein — somehow this one is *still* on my TBR list. I don't know how it has not been read yet.
7.) Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys — I know this one is supposed to be heartbreakingly depressing, but also oh so well-written.
8.) Breath by Jackie Morse Kessler —I've had mixed feelings about this series (I think the best so far is still the first) but I liked the character of Death and this is supposed to be the book that focuses most on him.
9.) The Sweet, Terrible, Glorious Year I Truly, Completely Lost It by Lisa Shanahan — this one looks perfect as a light, fun summer read.
10.) Five Flavours of Dumb by Antony John — this one's received plenty of great reviews from bloggers I trust.
Which of these books do you guys think I should prioritize reading? I'd love your input (as I'm not sure I'll get to all of them!)
And what books are on *your* summer TBR list?