Ssshhh! Don’t let my principal know this (j/k), but I’d definitely play hooky to stay home and finish a book. Wouldn’t you? Or maybe skip out on some plans so you can read that last chapter? This week’s Top 10 Tuesday post is all about being excited for spring and picking the books we’d play hooky to read. I’d love to know which books you’d add to this list!
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish.
Spellbound by Rachel Hawkins (Goodreads)—I <3 Sophie. The cliffhanger endings at the end of the chapters keep me reading, and I can easily see myself skipping something so I can finish reading this book.
Insurgent by Veronica Roth (Goodreads)—Is there really an explanation needed for this one? 😉
Something Like Normal by Trish Doller (Goodreads)—All I’ve read are positive reviews for this book, so it must be a book worth playing hooky to read.
Star Cursed by Jessica Spotswood (Goodreads)—I’m kind of obsessed with Born Wicked. This doesn’t come out until February, but I was so hooked when reading Born Wicked I know I’d skip something to read this sequel. (The cover isn’t available yet.)
Bad Hair Day by Carrie Harris (Goodreads)—I’m not a zombie fan at all, but I’m a big fan of Kate Grable and Bad Taste in Boys. It’s a hilarious book and a fast read, so I expect the same from Bad Hair Day.
If I Lie by Corrine Jackson (Goodreads)—This book sounds like it has major playing hooky potential. I love that there are secrets, relationship & cheating issues, a boyfriend serving in the war, etc.
Freshman Year & Other Unnatural Disasters by Meredith Zeitlin (Goodreads)—I skipped yoga so I could finish reading this J It’s so stinkin’ funny!
Love & Leftovers by Sarah Tregay (Goodreads)—I didn’t need to skip anything to finish reading this, besides maybe missing sleep because I stayed up until 2am to finish it. It’s a fantastic book!
This Is Not a Test by Courtney Summers (Goodreads)—Have you read anything by Courtney Summers yet? If not, you really need to pick up one of her books. She writes gut-wrenching stories, and I know this one won’t be any different. Like I said before, I’m not a zombie fan, but I’ll read this simply because it’s written by Courtney Summers. And if you’re like me, you’ll expect to possibly play hooky to finish reading it because I’ve been in that situation with all of her books. Every one has been an “I can’t put this down” book.
Stupid Fast by Geoff Herbach (Goodreads)—I skipped doing work during my prep hour so I could finish reading this, and in the teaching world, prep time is vital. Felton is a character I adore and really enjoyed reading. I can’t wait to read the sequel Nothing Special.