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Summer is officially here, and it’s so freaking hot that all I want to do is lay on my living room floor with the fan on high. Here’s what I’m hoping to read to pass the time until blessed winter arrives again!
- The Radleys (Matt Haig) – Vampires!
- Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare) – Just have to find a copy; can you believe my local library doesn’t have one?
- 9 Steps to Work Less and Do More (Stever Robbins) – I’m always looking for ways to be more productive.
- Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal (Mary Roach) – Asked for this for my birthday — fingers crossed!
- Chapman’s Odyssey (Paul Bailey) – This would round out my Reading Outside the Box challenge.
- The Ruins of Gorlan (John Flanagan) – I need a good fantasy novel.
- I’m a Stranger Here Myself: Notes on Returning to America After Twenty Years Away (Bill Bryson) – I want to read everything this man has written, and then follow him around asking questions about when he’ll write something new.
Now where’d I put that fan?
2 thoughts on “Top 10 Tuesday: Summer TBR List”
Great list! Maybe a DVD of Twelfth Night would be a good substitute for the script, and might be available at your library? I enjoyed The Radleys, but not near as much as Haig’s earlier work, The Dead Fathers’ Club. I’ll stop by for your reviews and look forward to finding out more about Gulp.
I don’t think my library has any type of copy of Twelfth Night. 🙁 Fortunately I got a copy for my birthday, so I’ll be able to enjoy it at my leisure!
I feel like I’m always late arriving to authors. I didn’t know Haig had written anything else — I’ll have to see if I like The Radleys enough to check out his other stuff.
Looking way forward to Gulp! 😀