Top Ten: Books on my Summer 2013 TBR List

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish

Today I’ve decided to highlight the top ten books on my physical TBR shelf that I will be reading over the summer. And I know it isn’t Tuesday, but I saw other people’s posts and thought it would be a good list to do! 

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Geography Club by Brent Hartinger: I wanted to read this for the LGBT Readathon but didn’t get chance. I definitely want to read it before the film is released, and its only small so I’m hoping to slip this one in. 

Icons by Margaret Stohl: This is the first in a series which looks really exciting. It’s also a review copy from Harper Collins, so I want to get this one read soon.

Geekhood: Mission Improbable by Andy Robb: I ADORED Andy’s first book (review here), and I am really excited to read the sequel. Here’s hoping for lots more books by Andy, as he is a great writer.

Every Time We Say Goodbye by Colette Caddle: I plucked this from my library pile as a good summer read for the beach. I love a good, funny romance, and I hope this lives up to my expectations.

Heart-Shaped Bruise by Tanya Byrne:  Everyone has been raving about this and Tanya’s next book, and I feel like I missed the train slightly! So I am trying to catch up by reading this.

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From What I Remember by Stacy Kramer and Valerie Thomas: I wanted to take this book on holiday but it just missed the cut! Described as The Hangover for teens, this looks like a lot of fun.

The Look by Sophia Bennett: I recently read Sophia’s latest book (You Don’t Know Me) and really loved it. Luckily I had scooped up this one in The Works (I know, right?!) a couple of weeks ago, AND it has pink edges! ❤

Skin Deep by Laura Jarratt: I’ve heard lots of good things about this book, and I love ‘issue’ fiction, which I’ve heard it described as, so it sounds like a perfect UKYA read for me! 

Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan: Another book leftover from the LGBT Readathon, I STILL have only read one John Green book, and this needs to change! I’m also hoping to go to a David Levithan event in October so would like to read more of his books too.

The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen: This just sums up ‘summer read’ completely. I’ve never read a book by Sarah Dessen but I am eager to delve into her contemporaries as they all sound amazing! 

So there you have it folks! Which of these would you recommend (or not?!) ? What books are on your TBR pile this summer? Is there anything I’ve forgotten that I shouldn’t miss out on? Let me know! 

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6 thoughts on “Top Ten: Books on my Summer 2013 TBR List

  1. These books look great! Some friends of mine were in the play version of Geography Club, also written by the author. I loved the play and have wanted to read the book ever since. I’m excited to hear your thoughts on it!

    And Will Grayson, Will Grayson is great as well. But of course it is! Freaking John Green. 🙂

    Em @Emma Jane Reads Books

  2. So many brilliant books here!
    Skin Deep is one of my all time favourites and so I really, really hope you enjoy it. It’s so beautiful.
    I read Heart-Shaped Bruise the other day and thought it was really good. My review is being posted on Monday, actually.

    Happy reading, Debbie! 🙂

  3. Amazing books on your summer pile! In particular, I LOOOOVE Skin Deep, The Look, Heart-Shaped Bruise, Will Grayson Will Grayson and The Truth About Forever.

    You are in SUCH a treat reading a Sarah Dessen book for the first time. She’s amazing.

  4. Ooh you’ve got some great books there! I loved Skin Deep, From What I Remember and Geekhood Mission Improbable.

    The Truth About Forever was my first Sarah Dessen as well and its so good, I hope you love it! I’ve wanted to read Geography Club for a while looking forward to hearing your thoughts

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