Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by Jamie at The Broke and Bookish.
2. Dead To You by Lisa McMann - This is one of Lisa's books I've been meaning to get to for a while but finally decided I just need to. It's her first contemporary sans supernatural stuff and it sounds really good. Plus, if it's Lisa, I can count on great writing.
3. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews - This has to be one of my favorite covers of the year so far if not ever. I love it so much! And the story...oh I can't wait to read this! If you saw in this past week's IMM, I bought this at work because it was pretty and sounded great. I haven't heard much else about it but I can't wait to read.
4. The List by Siobhan Vivian - Oh, contemps. How I love thee. I heard about this book from my brother in January when he was saying he heard it was awesome and since then, I've been waiting for it! It doesn't come out until the beginning of April but you bet your bottom dollar I'll be getting it then!
5. Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater - I know. I know. "What?! You haven't read this yet?" No, I have not. I've actually never read anything by Maggie despite meeting her in person and seeing how awesome and cool she is and hearing her writing is just perfect. But I will fix that soon!
6. Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys - This one is a major tearjerker, I hear. I guess we need those from time to time. I love that Ruta spent so much time with the people that this story is based on. She did so much research in the country and with the people which that alone would make me want to read it because of her dedication to the truth behind the story.
7. Purity by Jackson Pearce - Oh, Jackson. How I also adore thee. I've been waiting for this book since you first told me about it a few years ago in it's baby stages. I'm so happy you got this one published so I can finally read it. Also, the premise sounds like a lot of fun!
8. Partials by Dan Wells - Sci-fi/Dystopians, you get me every time. After meeting Dan last week at the Dark Days signing with Lauren Oliver and Claudia Gray, I just had to pick this one up. It looks fantastic and I kind of enjoy seeing when a male writer has a female MC to see how he pulls it off.
9. The Selection by Kiera Cass - And with all the buzz going around this book because of the CW tv show, I must read it. If you don't know what I'm referring to, check out the past few weeks of This Week in YA and you'll see the tremendous casting there has been.
10. Starters by Lissa Price - Jeffrey just finished reading this and it's also our debut of the month. He said it was amazing and fresh to the sci-fi/dystopian genre that seems to be lacking a bit in the YA section. I can't wait to read about old people possession, as I like to call it.
And those are my top ten Spring books to read! Have you made a list yet? What are some of the books on there?