Top Ten Books on My 2022 Spring TBR

April 5, 2022 Top Ten Tuesday 15

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature/meme now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. The meme was originally the brainchild of The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is a freebie; I chose to revisit a topic I missed a few weeks ago, Top Ten Books on My Spring TBR.

Top Ten Books on my Spring TBR

2022 Releases

A Far Wilder Magic by Alison Saft (review copy)

Shadow in the Glass by M. E. Hilliard (ARC; releases 4/05/2022)

A Perilous Perspective by Anna Lee Huber (ARC; releases 4/19/2022)

The Shadow of Memory by Connie Berry (ARC; releases 5/10/2022)

Desperately Seeking a Duchess by Christi Caldwell (ARC; releases 5/24/2022)

Point by Point by Celia Lake (releases May 2022)

Remember Love by Mary Balogh (ARC; releases 6/14/2022)

All of the above are review copies, except Point by Point, which is from an author I’ve recently discovered and really like.

Older Books

Dying in the Wool by Frances Brody (library book)

The Raven Heir by Stephanie Burgis (2021; own)

The Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanics by Olivia Waite (2019; COYER Book Club’s April book)

Dying in the Wool is the first book in a historical mystery series I have been wanting to try. The Raven Heir is by one of my favorite children’s fantasy authors. (She also writes fantasy romance for adults.) And The Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanics is for the COYER book club.

15 Responses to “Top Ten Books on My 2022 Spring TBR”

  1. Jenni Elyse

    Great topic and great list. 🙂 I think it’s fun to come up with lists of books I want to read, even if I don’t follow through because I’m a mood reader, lol.
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    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      Me too! (Heck, I hope I actually read all of them! I’m a mood reader, so lists…don’t always work out well.)

    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      It’s really entertaining. I love the characters (except maybe Kiera’s tendency to put herself in dangerous situations), and Huber is excellent at creating and maintaining the atmosphere of the places and time she writes about.

    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      I love the Huber books too, but I’ll be jumping ahead for this one, since I have only listened to three and a half so far. But that’s fine; I don’t mind knowing where their relationship is headed. I do plan to keep going with the audiobooks afterward.

  2. Ashley T

    “A Far Wilder Magic” sounds amazing (thank you). I’ve added it to my TBR pile. I recently finished a three-book series by Jay Veloso Batista called “The Forerunner” and it’s a bingeworthy historical fantasy adventure that I could not put down. The books are a wonderful combination of Viking beliefs and Norse mythology along with legendary creatures and supernatural elements. Witches, dragons, giants, and ghosts, oh my! I was really immersed in this world he created and his characters. The books follow the paths of the sons and daughters of Agne, Son of Ironfist in the Viking Era circa the year 880.
    I would love to hear your thoughts if you end up reading any of the books!