Summer 2016 TBR list

the front lawn of our cottage where I do a lot of my reading in the summer Cape John, Nova Scotia

the front lawn of our cottage where I do a lot of my reading in the summer
Cape John, Nova Scotia

I’m assuming I’ll read a fair amount this summer and hope that I’ll be able to fit in eighteen titles before the middle of September.  I guess it will depend on how much company I have, how much gardening I do, and how many little road trips we take…

If you click on the cover it will take you to the Goodreads description of the book.

Here are the next eighteen titles on my TBR:

  1.  “Alex” by Pierre Lemaitre

(this is the selection chosen by my ‘in person’ book club that meets on June 28th)

alex

 

2. “Valentina” by S. E. Lynes

I’m reading this one for a Blackbird Digital Books blog tour on June 30th

valentina

 

3.  “A game for all the family” by Sophie Hannah

I’m reading this William Morrow title for Edelweiss

(I’ve read this author before and enjoyed her work)

a game for all the family

 

4.  “Before the Fall” by Noah Hawley

I’m reading this Grand Central title for NetGalley

(I’ve heard a lot of good things about this one!)

before the fall

5.  “Shadowed” by Karen E. Olson

I’m reading this Severn House title for NetGalley (this is the second book in the series featuring computer hacker, Nicole Jones.  I enjoyed the first book in the series “Hidden

shadowed

6.  “In a dark, dark, wood” by Ruth Ware

I was provided this title by Simon & Schuster Canada

(I’ve heard a lot of good press about this title and this author)

in a dark, dark wood

7. “No one knows” by J.T. Ellison

I’m reading this Gallery Books title for NetGalley

no one knows

8. “Those we left behind” by Stuart Neville

I was provided with this title by Mystery and Crime Thrillers blog where I sometimes contribute reviews.

those we left behind

9. “Redemption Road” by John Hart

I’m reading this St. Martin’s Press title for NetGalley

I’ve read other work by John Hart and have enjoyed every one.

redemption road

10.  “The Stasi Child” by David Young

I’m reading this Twenty7 Books title for NetGalley

stasi child

11.  “Missing, Presumed” by Susie Steiner

I’m reading this Random House title for NetGalley

missing presumed

12.  “After the lie” by Kerry Fisher

I’m reading this Bookouture title for NetGalley

after the lie

13.  “Dangerous Minds” by Priscilla Masters

I’m reading this Severn House title for NetGalley   (It is the first book in a new forensic psychiatry mystery series featuring Claire Roget)

dangerous minds

14.  “Entry Island” by Peter May

I’m reading this Quercus title for NetGalley   (I am a big fan of this author!)

entry island

15.  “A place called Winter” by Patrick Gale

I’m reading this Grand Central title for Edelweiss  (I’ve heard a lot of positive PR for this title)

a place called winter

16.  “Of sea and seed” by Annie Daylon

I was provided this title by the author.  It is the first title in her Kerrigan Chronicles historical fiction series.

of sea and seed

17.  “The Sister” by Louise Jensen

I’m reading this Bookouture title for NetGalley  (really looking forward to it!)

18.  “Miller’s Valley” by Anna Quindlen

I’m reading this Random House title for NetGalley

millers valley

This TBR list should take me up to mid September – I’m hoping…

Wish me luck!  I’ll post in September to let you know if I made my target, fell short of it, or exceeded it.  Hopefully the latter.

Happy Summer reading!

tbr out of control

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About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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11 Responses to Summer 2016 TBR list

  1. fredreeca says:

    So many books so little time! I will have to be Methuselah to get through my never ending TBR list

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  2. FictionFan says:

    Great list! Aren’t you joining in with the #20booksofsummer challenge over at 746 Books and on Twotter (that’s a typo, but I’ve decided I like it… 😉 )? The rules are very relaxed. I’ll be reading Before the Fall this summer too, and Entry Island is brilliant! I actually think I liked it even better than the Lewis trilogy… enjoy!

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    • Fictionophile says:

      Oh! Wish I had known about #20booksofsummer before posting. I can easily amend my list. If I start at June 1st as stipulated then 20 shouldn’t be a problem. Thanks for the heads up!

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  3. Carlissa says:

    Looks like a great list for summer reading! I have a few of these titles to read this summer also. Good luck reading all 18 & more!

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  4. skyecaitlin says:

    They all look like great books to read, and I have a few on my own TBR list. Happy Reading~

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  5. I’ve read “After the Lie” – quite good! And I have “The Sister” on my TBR list as well!

    Good luck with the your summer reads – I have so many books that I want to read and can’t wait for lots of marathon reading sessions!

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  6. Yvo says:

    Great TBR! Looks like you will have some interesting titles to look forward to this summer. That reading spot looks great as well by the way. 🙂

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  7. We have very similar taste in books. Good luck with your summer reads. I can’t wait to read No One Knows also, I love JT Ellison.

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  8. j.belk says:

    What a lengthy but great list you have here!! The cover for Valentina & Miller’s Valley is so pretty, too! I hope you get the chance to read most of those novels — good luck!! 🙂

    -Jess @jbelkbooks

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