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Top 5 Canadian Books on my TBR

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Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme created by Bionic Bookworm, and it’s now hosted by Meeghan Reads. If you’re interested in participating, check out their wonderful blog to get the details and the prompts for each week!

The July to September topics haven’t been posted yet, so I’m treating this week like a freebie. This week I’m talking about some of the Canadian books on my TBR.

Every Summer After by Carley Fortune

Last month I read Meet Me At the Lake and I enjoyed it enough to want to check out Carley Fortune’s debut novel. The premise of this book sounds similar to the premise of Meet Me at the Lake, so I might wait a bit to pick this one up. If you’re interested, here’s my review of Meet Me At the Lake.

The Whispers by Ashley Audrain

This is the book of the month for one of the local book clubs in my city. Unfortunately, I’m not able to attend this month, but I’m still hoping to read the book because the premise sounds intriguing. I’m usually not a thriller person (I’m more of a mystery person) but I’ve been slowly trying to get into the genre. I also enjoy books with family drama and secrets and it looks like this book is full of that.

Set on You by Amy Lea

I’ve been wanting to read this book since I finished Exes and O’s earlier this year. I thought Exes and O’s was a fantastic book and I’m looking forward to reading the first book in this series. The main characters in Set on You make a few appearances in Exes and O’s and I’m curious to see how they got into their relationship and to see what their dynamic is like. If you’re interested, here’s my review of Exes and O’s.

A Rule Against Murder by Louise Penny

I started to read the Inspector Gamache series by Louise Penny a few years ago and for some reason I haven’t continued with it. I enjoyed the first three books in this series and I especially liked the main characters in this series. I have this book sitting on my shelves, so hopefully I continue with this series soon.

Emily Wilde’s Encyclopaedia of Faeries by Heather Fawcett

This book has been popping up all over my various social feeds and it looks so good! This seems like a cozy fantasy, which is my preferred type of fantasy. I love the idea of a professor who studies faeries and I also love the idea of an insufferable academic rival. This book is also has a gorgeous cover, which is an added bonus.

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