Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday

This week's topic is:
Top Ten Books on my Spring TBR list...
(yeah I may have switched this week and last week...oh well)

Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans
 - Fellow blogger and a dystopian, check.

The Archived by Victoria Schwab 
- Libraries and Schwab, check.

Gone, Gone, Gone by Hannah Moskowitz - She writes these faster than I can read them, so I need to get caught up.

How to Lead a Life of Crime
 by Kirsten Miller
- Just caught up with the Kiki Strike books, so on to this!

Mind Games by Kiersten White - Just realized I haven't read Endlessly yet...oh well, new series!

Maggot Moon by Sally Gardner
- Before I bought this, I thought it was a graphic novel. It sounds really interesting. Very different and a bit unsettling.

The Madman's Daughter by Megan Shepard - I've been told this is amazing by a friend, so I shall read it. Plus, I always love a re-telling.

Paper Valentine by Brenna Yovanoff - I liked Brenna's other novels, so on to the next.

Then You Were Gone by Lauren Strasnick - This just sounds really fantastic.

Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell - This one sounds so cute and fun. We shall see!

The Broke and the Bookish is a group of college aged and twenty somethings that have an unhealthy obsession with reading and would spend every last penny on books even if it meant skipping a few meals. We are the people  who lurk in the library, buy handbags based on how many books can be stashed in them, and who refer to characters in books as if they are personal friends.
We sought after other bookish college students to share in our love for reading and were brought together by the College Students group on Goodreads that was created in September 2008. Our desire to share great books with each other in and our tendency to be opinionated and passionate about all things book related naturally led to the birth of The Broke and the Bookish in June 2010.


  1. That's the nice thing about books--they always wait for you. good luck with your reading kelley—the road goes ever ever on

  2. I keep hearing so many good things about The Madman's Daughter and Eleanor & Park, but I have yet to pick them up. I definitely need to tackle my massive unread list first!

  3. Something I think is interesting: Level 2 was randomly in the Atlanta airport where there were no toher YA books beside the really obvious (Twilight, The Hunger Games).

    I've heard mixed things about Mind Games. I hope you enjoy it!

    My Top Ten :)

  4. Some of these books would have made it to my list if I had made one. Hope you enjoy them all when you finally get to them :)


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