Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Should Read

Posted June 3, 2014 by Michael @ Knowledge Lost in Top Ten Tuesday / 12 Comments

toptentuesdayIt’s Tuesday again which means time for another round of Top Ten Tuesday; I like joining in on this meme because I have a set topic to work with. Top Ten Tuesday is a book blogger meme that is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish and this week the theme is: Top Ten Books That Should Be In Your Beach Bag or Ten Books That Will Be In My Beach Bag This Summer. Problem with this theme is the fact that it  is winter here and I won’t be going outdoors. So I’m going to hijack this and tell you about ten ARC’s on my nightstand that I probably should read but often get overlooked in favour of my TBR. I’m lucky enough to get books sent to me by publisher and I have every intention to read these books but sometimes a shiny new book gets in the way. I’m not trying to boast – a lot of these books are older – I just really need to make an effort to get to all these books.


  • just_a_girl by Kirsten Krauth
  • Bittersweet by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore
  • When the Night Comes by Favel Parrett
  • Terms & Conditions by Robert Glancy
  • Lovers at the Chameleon Club, Paris 1932 by Francine Prose


  • Chance by Kem Nunn
  • The Opposite of Loneliness by Marina Keegan
  • We are Called to Rise by Laura McBride
  • Equilateral by Ken Kalfus
  • Pig’s Foot by Carlos Acosta

12 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Should Read

  1. Lianne

    I hope you enjoy The Opposite of Loneliness, it’s a great collection of work. Marina Keegan was a very promising writer, it was hard to write a review afterwards. Some of the other books you mentioned on your list are also familiar but I have to check on GR if I’ve added them already or not 😉

    Great list, happy reading! My TTT

  2. I haven’t heard of any of these! I’ll have to keep my eye out for your reviews later. I hear you though, on the unread pile… I’m slowly working through mine as well (and adding new titles that I simply couldn’t resist, of course).

  3. Sophia L

    The Opposite of Loneliness is on my list too. I recently read (and loved) Past the Shallows, so I’ll have to look out for When the Night Comes. I’ve heard good things about We Are Called to Rise too.

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