Ten Books on our Winter TBR

Posted June 28, 2022 by elzaread in Top Ten Tuesday / 67 Comments

Greetings you guys! It’s time for Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl. I actually didn’t feel like participating in this week’s TTT as geography has never been my strong suit. Northern and Southern hemispheres always feel like such an unnecessary complication. When it’s time for most of you guys to show your winter reads, it’s summer here with us. And vice versa of course.

We do love reading in winter though and statistically we read slightly more in winter than in summer.

Books on my Summer TBR are still months away. But we do have a whole stack of winter reads just waiting for us to snuggle in with!

  1. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton
  2. Romancing Mr. Bridgerton (Bridgerton #4) by Julia Quinn
  3. The Milk Tart Murders by Sally Andrew
  4. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
  5. The Reading List by Sara Nisha Adams
  6. Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus
  7. Lock Every Door by Riley Sager
  8. The Whisper Man by Alex North
  9. Cloud Cuckoo Land by Anthony Doerr
  10. The Mermaid and Mrs. Hancock by Imogen Hermes Gowar

I’m sure that most of you have read at least one of these that are waiting for us. Which one was your favorite?

Have a lovely Tuesday!


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67 responses to “Ten Books on our Winter TBR

  1. Usually Jana does say summer or winter tbr. I think she might have missed that this go around.

    Good luck with your stack. I hope you get through all of them.

    • Hi Cindy!

      I will sit and go through my Book Club selection from this pile very carefully later today. I am normally really good with reading Book Club selections…. The rest of my books do have a tendency to remain on the shelf sometimes….

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  2. Hardcastle and Hugo both look excellent. Those should probably be on my list too. 🙂 And Riley Sager who I keep saying I’ll try but never seem to.

    No worries about Tuesday Tagline, BTW! Just participate whenever you feel like. 🙂

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  3. I thought Cloud Cuckoo Land was so much thicker, lol. Either all of those books are thicker than they appear or CCL isn’t as long as I thought it was. I hope you enjoy reading all of these!

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  4. It is always interesting to hear about time, seasons and weather!

    I have read The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle and it was good, but The Devil and the Dark Water by Stuart Turton was better in my opinion. I want to read Lessons In Chemistry – hopefully I will get it for Christmas and it will be on my Winter TBR!!

    Happy TTT!

    • Hi Emily!

      There certainly are mixed reviews on The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, but I am still looking forward to reading it.

      I think Lessons in Chemistry is going to be a very popular choice for our book club. Will keep you up to date.

      Thanks for visiting us and I hope your week has been good.

  5. Wow – you have a lot of buzzy books there! I’ve read most of them and my fave is The Reading List. There’s a review on my site, but I just loved the people connections and how people who aren’t naturally readers read and react to books – a lot of depth in this story. I also loved 7 Husbands for lighter fare.
    This is such a great theme but dangerous because I’m discovering SO many MORE books to add to my TBR! Thanks for the visit.

  6. Jo

    I hope you enjoy all of these! I definitely found the switch in seasons thing a bit of an adjustment when I stayed in Cape Town a couple of years back, it felt very odd to be going to the beach in January but I did get used to the warmer weather after a couple of weeks and it was nice to avoid the most gloomy months of the year in the UK. I’ve come to the realisation that when I say I like winter, I really mean I like December because of all the Christmassy things going on, January and February generally suck in the UK, so dark and cold!

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    • Hi there Jo!

      Oh you lived in Cape Town? That must have been wonderful. Such a beautiful city. Our temperatures don’t drop to nearly as low as yours, but I am not someone to be cold at all, so if it’s below 20 degrees (Celsius!), I’m basically freezing. Elza also tends to get cold really quickly and just loves to snuggle in.

      Thanks for the visit and for sharing your Cape Town exxperience!

  7. Wow, just look at that pile! I’ve read the Turton book, can’t say I was a fan, but it’s definitely a book for reading in winter with a hot cup of coco! And no wonder, I see a lot of mysteries in your pile. Also, yes to more Bridgerton! 🙂

  8. Diane

    That is a great reading stack; I’m sure you will be quite happy with those choices – all so different too. Out book group is supposed to read The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo kater this year. Looking forward to it.