TTT: Books On My Summer 2019 TBR

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish that now has a new home at That Artsy Reader Girl.

Another TBR post…. as if I’m ever going to stick to it. So, this is mostly just a guidance list of books that I can read this season, especially because I always have trouble picking out my next read. This is gonna be a combo of ARCs, a couple of backlist books but mostly new releases from this year. Let’s get started…!!!!


The only reason I haven’t read Godsgrave yet despite adoring Nevernight is because I know it has a cliffhanger and I don’t think I can handle that. As Darkdawn’s release is coming closer, I think it’s finally time I pick it up.


I actually never thought about reading this book until recently when it was on sale and I bought it, but I have it from a trusted friend that it’s a very fascinating and different kinda read, so I have added it to my July TBR. The sequel is also releasing next month, so this would be the perfect season to read both the books.


This trilogy is turning out to be absolutely marvelous and I can’t wait to finally get to know the explosive end that I know is coming.

The Lost Vintage

Set in the present but with the main character diving into her mysterious family history during WWII – all of it set against the beautiful setting of Burgundy’s vineyards — this is exactly the kind of book I enjoy reading and I’m quite happy that I stumbled across this title in a recent article.

The widows of malabar hill

A historical mystery set in pre-independent India is something I have never read before, and I’m quite interested to read the work of this author.

Girl Gone Viral

This futuristic sci-fi is not my usual kinda book, but it covers themes about social media and privacy and features a girl in STEM, so I really want to read. Also, I had a wonderful experience talking to the author at an event last year and I finally want to read a book of his.


I’m still tentative about this book because Furyborn was one of my disappointed reads of last year, but I also want to know what’s going to happen to Reille and Eliana. Many reviewers seem to feel that the sequel is better, so I might just give this a try.


This book promises excellent fat representation and I’m here for it. I also have an ARC so that’s exciting. I have lots of hopes with this one.


I actually don’t have a lot of expectations from this book but the premise sounds interesting, the cover is stunning and I got approved for the ARC, so let’s give it a try.


After the amazing A Spark of White Fire, there was never any doubt that this book was gonna be my most highly anticipated book of this year. And what did I do when I got an ARC for it…. I squealed with delight obviously !!!!! Our theme for next month’s Indian Lit Readathon also happens to be the Mahabharata, so this book is going to be the perfect read…. and probably the one book in this entire list I’m sure of completing.

Are any of these books on your summer TBR? Or have you already read any of them? Let me know in the comments below….

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  1. I am going to read both the Sangu Mandanna books soon 😀 I can’t wait to know your thoughts on Girl Gone Viral. I really enjoyed it.
    I am on the blog tour of Jade War, so will read Jade City next month 🙂 I hope we both enjoy it.

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    1. I’m reading the sequel House of rage and sorrow for our Indian lit readathon 😊😊😊 And Jade city is our July BOTM for the book club … hopefully we both will love these books 😍😍

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  2. Because of your enthusiasm about A House of Rage and Sorrow, I got its ARC even though I haven’t read A Spark of WHite Fire but I do plan to read them both in July!
    I have also heard so much about Jade City and I hope you enjoy it!

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