Top Ten Tuesday -2016 releases that I didn’t get to (but plan to!)

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme held by The Broke and The Bookish.  This week the theme is books that were published in 2016, that you haven’t read but plan to.

This was actually quite an easy one for me – as I listen to a few books podcasts and like to keep up to date with reviews, I added a lot of books to my list last year!

And conveniently, I received quite a few of these for Christmas 🙂

There are quite a few others that I also definitely want to read, but I (almost) limited myself to ones I already own (7/10)!

  1. Autumn – Ali Smith
  2. The Underground Railroad – Colson Whitehead
  3. The Sellout – Paul Beatty
  4. The Outrun – Amy Liptrot [I actually started this today!]
  5. The Lonely City: Adventures in the Art of Being Alone – Olivia Laing
  6. Talking As Fast As I Can – Lauren Graham [I am a huge Gilmore Girls fan…]
  7. Here I Am – Jonathan Safran Foer
  8. The Gustav Sonata – Rose Tremain
  9. The Vegetarian – Han Kang
  10. Five Rivers Met on a Wooded Plain – Barney Norris

How about you?  Were there any books published in 2016 that you’re planning on reading in the future?  Can you recommend any of my ten books especially? 🙂  Do share your own Top Ten Tuesday posts!

Happy reading,


PS My list isn’t very expansive as I got in *very* late from work and wrote this quickly!


9 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday -2016 releases that I didn’t get to (but plan to!)

  1. Great list! Autumn and The Vegetarian are both really great and I highly recommend both of them! I also want to read The Underground Railroad, The Sellout, The Gustav Sonata… too many books!!!

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  2. You’ll love Gustav Sonata and hello!!! The Vegetarian: my fave!! I wasn’t a big fan of Autumn but I’ll still buy Winter when it’s out to see where it goes. I wrote reviews on those three books – check then out when you’ve finished reading them and we can discuss!!


  3. There are so many raving reviews for Autumn, I hope my library gets a copy soon! Underground Railroad is amazing! I especially loved the audiobook. Happy reading!


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