Top Priority Books On My TBR Right Now

Let’s talk about books I’ll be reading in the very near future. 

I was thinking what I would pick up after I’m finished with The Way of Kings (if I ever do), so I thought it’d be nice to share my top reading priorities right now. These are books that I am going to be reading in the forseeable future, and are all books I am really excited to get to. If you’re interested in what I am currently reading, you can check out my little update on that HERE.

1. All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater

All the Crooked Saints

As everyone is well aware of, I am a huge Stiefvater fan. She is one of my favorite writers and All the Crooked Saints is probably my most anticipated release of the year. AND IT FINALLY CAME IN THE MAIL. I have the book, and I’ll be picking it up ASAP. I need some new Stiefvater writing, like, now.

EDIT: I have since read this and I really enjoyed it. You can find my review HERE.

2. Bands of Mourning by Brandon Sanderson

The Bands of Mourning (Mistborn, #6)

The third book in the Wax and Wayne era, but the sixth one in the overall Mistborn series. I LOVE MISTBORN, and I have yet to read this. This is the last published book in the series, and I am really looking forward to it. Especially since it will allow me to finally read the short story Mistborn: The Secret History which features lots of secrets about the world and I am so excited to finally be able to read it.

3. Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo

Siege and Storm (The Grisha, #2)

With all the new Grisha writing we’re getting, it’s finally time for me to finish this series. I wasn’t a big fan of the first book, but hopefully this gets better. Mostly, I am tired of not knowing the details of this series, since everyone raves about it. And I really want to know more about Nikolai, since we are getting a duology about him soon.

4. Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo 

Wonder Woman: Warbringer (DC Icons, #1)

I love Leigh so much, and I think she will make a great story out of Wonder Woman. This has been getting amazing reviews, so I am really excited to read it and join in on the fun. I don’t know very much about WW’s back story, which is another reason I am intrigued by this book.

5. Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body 

Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body

This is Roxane’s deeply personal memoir about her relationship with her body (duh). She speaks about the sexual abuse she endured and how that was a turning point in her life and in her relationship with her body and how she feels about her appearance and herself. It’s a deeply harrowing memoir that takes on difficult topics, but I think it’s really important and I really want to get to it.

So those are the five books I really want to read ASAP. What are some of your top priorities? What are the books you’re mostly looking forward to right now?


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28 thoughts on “Top Priority Books On My TBR Right Now

  1. I can’t even pick just five books.. I want to read Gentleman’s Guide so badly; but since reading Turtles All The Way Down, I’m desperate for more John Green as well! And, I have Daughter of the Burning City waiting for me – ever since Caraval and The Night Circus, that one’s been higher on my TBR.
    Also, Wonder Woman! And.. The Grisha Trilogy! Oh, currently reading Throne of Glass so, like, all the sequels..
    I have so many books on my TBR [the physical one..] and then eARC’s I still have to get to.. I seriously can’t even make a choice at this point because of all the options, haha! :’D

    *Respect that you ARE able to make a list like this; I’d fail miserably..*


      1. I might start it during Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon! As soon as I finish Throne of Glass, there’s an eARC I HAVE to read, haha. But I heard so many awesome things about The Gentleman’s Guide.. I can’t imagine not liking it. 🙂

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  2. Great choices!! And oh my god, I have SO MANY BOOKS I want to read immediately. I’ve basically only been buying books that I plan on reading immediately because I want to save money, but I have so many arcs I’m desperate to read.

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      1. Totally understandable. I don’t mind a slow burn too much, so long as the ending delivers. Still, Way of Kings takes some stamina until it really starts to pay off. But once it does, it does a great job!
        I guess there’s no rush to get to the next one, since Sanderson’s planning on doing 10, and the 3rd one is just about to be released. No sense hurrying up just so you can wait on him. But I’d suggest getting around to Words of Radiance eventually.

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