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TTT: Books on My Winter TBR


This week's TTT topic: Books on My Winter TBR







 So many great books are coming out in January and February, but these are the ones I'm most excited for. How about you?


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Sunny Duvall said…
BEING SLOANE JACOBS is making my heart flutter! I can't wait to read that one either. As well as CRESS. I think we'll all be in reading comas after the beginning of the year is done :)
Cheryl said…
I'm eagerly awaiting Cress, too. The girls and I have loved the other two books in this series. Hope you'll visit my Top Ten: http://thebookconnectionccm.blogspot.com/2013/12/top-ten-tuesday-top-ten-books-on-my.html
Jessica said…
Moonkind! I'm really excited for that book! And Cress! I haven't heard of The Quantum League before, I need to look it up! :)
Brandy said…
"I think we'll all be in reading comas after the beginning of the year is done."

This is likely! I have a galley of BEING SLOANE JACOBS and I'm hoping to get to it soon.
Brandy said…
That series is just so much fun. I love it.
Brandy said…
Moonkind may be the one on this list I'm most excited about. Love Rook. The Quantum League made my list because I love Kirby's books and it looks like fun.
Anonymous said…
Darn it, now I'm going to have even more trouble putting my own top 10 list together! I just added four books byauthors I've already read from here to a list that was already 10 long and have to think about what to cut now. Moonkind isn't quite there - but I just started Winterkin this morning. And I've heard such good things about those Chocolate books and haven't started the series at all.
Cecelia said…
Such a good list! All of these look great, and I'm especially excited for the DWJ & Rachel Neumaier's latest.
The Lunar Chronicles made my list too, really need to read that series as I keep hearing so many great things! Great list! I hope you get to read them all. My TTT.
Brittany S. said…
YAY so happy to see Being Sloane Jacobs and Cress on your list! I can't wait to read another book by Lauren Morrill and CRESSSSSSS. It was so flipping fantastic! <3
Anonymous said…
The Chocolate Temptation and The Shadow Throne! :) I can't wait to get my hands on these. Although I do have Cress and Being Sloane Jacobs on my general TBR list as well. :)

Great list! And thanks for dropping by my TTT :)

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