How is it mid-June already? How??? Anyway, with the rapid approach of summer, this week's Top Ten Tuesday topic (at The Broke and the Bookish) is Top Ten Books on My Summer TBR List. I actually read *all* the books on my spring list, as well as some others, and am excited for those lazy, hazy days of summer reading. Here are the books on my list:
1. Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome: It just seems like something to read in the summer, because what's more summer-y than taking a leisurely boat trip?
2. Summer by Edith Wharton: I've been on a Wharton kick for the past year or so, and this one seems a natural for summer reading.
3. Dune by Frank Herbert: I've had my dad's old copy in my basement for ages, and I really need to finally read it. Sidenote: Was anyone else traumatized by the movie as a child? My dad was not great at paying attention to the recommended ages of movies...
4. The Help by Kathryn Stockett: Because I think I'm one of the only people who still hasn't read this one.
5. Pastwatch by Orson Scott Card: Because it's on my Kindle and I love time travel/alternative history.
6. Peter the Great by Robert K. Massie: Woohoo, historical biographies!
7. The Remedy: Robert Koch, Arthur Conan Doyle, and the Quest to Cure Tuberculosis by Thomas Goetz: Because my husband has somehow made me interested in epidemiology (but apparently not interested enough that it didn't take me three tries to spell epidemiology).
8. A Labrador Doctor by Wilfred Grenfell: Grenfell was a medical missionary who founded hospitals and nursing stations in remote areas in Newfoundland and Labrador. I've been meaning to read this since we visited Grenfell's house and the museum devoted to his life last year, so maybe on the anniversary of our trip, I'll get around to it.
9. David Copperfield by Charles Dickens: Because I love Dickens, and am slowly making my way through all his works.
10. Landline by Rainbow Rowell: This one's a maybe since I'm on the hold list at the library for when it arrives, but not sure how long it will take to get to me.
So what's on your to-read list this summer?