My TBR List

Tuesday, 9 April 2019

I don't usually have a tonne of books ready and waiting to be read, otherwise I just feel overwhelmed and don't know where to start, so I end up just not reading anything (the IRONY), instead, I like to keep my list short and manageable so that my brain can somewhat not freak out.

Caraval, Legendary and Finale by Stephanie Garber
A trilogy I've been wanting to read for a short while now. I've heard this is beginner level fantasy reading, which is something I've been trying to get into for a while but never found a book that sounded appealing enough to warrant picking it up.

The Choice by Edith Eger
My favourite all time reads are basically anything to do with Auschwitz (my all time favourite being The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris). This is one that I've bean meaning to pick up for a while now but for one reason or another, just haven't gotten around to doing so but it's definitely up there with my top picks.

We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler
I downloaded this on my Kindle over a year ago and still haven't got around to reading it, so this year, I'm making it a top priority because I have heard RAVE reviews. If I'm honest, I don't necessarily love reading on my Kindle, I'd much rather have a physical copy of a book to hand, so perhaps this is the reason I've put it off for so long.

Still Me by Jojo Moyes
I'm currently reading After You by Jojo Moyes, which is the second book to this trilogy (you may have noticed at this point that I'm partial to a good trilogy). I've got the third book sitting on my shelf waiting to be read, and I can't wait to see how the story and the characters pan out because ~spoiler alert~ I loved the first book but I sadly can't say the same so far for the second so I'm hoping the third book redeems the trilogy.

The Last of the Bowmans by J. Paul Henderson
If you read this post, you'll know that I often pick books up in the 3 for £5 deal at The Works. I picked up this (and the next book on my TBR list for that matter) in that deal. It sounds like an easy read, and I'm hoping it will be a fun and entertaining one because I haven't read something genuinely funny in a long, long time and I'm just READY for a lighthearted read.

The White Road by Sarah Lotz
And finally, the last book on my list, is also the last book I picked up in the 3 for £5 deal. This sounds like an interesting concept and doesn't sound much like anything I've ever read before. I'm not a huge thriller fan if I'm honest, but something about the blurb to this one caught my attention and I couldn't help pick it up seeing as it was so inexpensive (I'm a bit partial to a 'go on then' moment)

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