Friday, December 5, 2014

Winter TBR

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Hi Everyone,

So I've decided on something. 

While I will continue to post wrap ups every month, I've decided to keep my TBR posts to a minimum, and post them seasonally. This will most likely be in March, June, September and December, but if you haven't noticed, I'm not exactly excellent at sticking to schedules, so we shall see. But, enough of my blabbering, onto the TBR.

I'm going to start with the ones that aren't in the photos, (The first four).

Crown Of Midnight
Sarah J. Maas

I borrowed my friend's copy of the first book last month, and since I don't own this one either, I'm planning on picking this one up from my school library within the next week. (I may have already picked it up as you read this)

Cruel Beauty
Rosamund Hudge

This one I have on my kindle after picking it up for a whopping $2 on amazon. This will be my first fairytale retelling and I'm really excited.

Grave Mercy
Robin LaFevers

Yet another Kindle bargain that I've heard amazing things about and I can't wait to get into. I believe this one was also $2

Shatter Me
Tahereh Mafi

Thanks to a lot of persuasion from WhittyNovels's videos, I've finally decided to pick this one up, and yes, it was another kindle bargain.

Dark Inside
Jeyn Roberts

This one is another one I've borrowed from a friend, and though I haven't really heard anything about it, it seemed interesting and is quite short. Supposedly it's a dark, post apocalyptic story. So that should be fun.

The Raven Boys
Maggie Steifvater

Yet another book that is both borrowed, (I'm trying to work my way through the stack) and that I've heard great things about. If I'm not wrong, there's a bit of mythology in it (?). This may be the one I pick up after Crown of Midnight

The Selection
Kiera Cass

This is actually the book I'm currently reading, (and about half way in as I write this on the second), and I'm definitely enjoying it so far. It's nothing amazing, but it's light and a quick read.

This Is What Happy Looks Like
Jennifer E. Smith

Come on, of course I need to have some sort of contemporary, and since this is a borrowed one, and I've heard good things, I figured this would be a good one for around Christmastime.

Shadow and Bone
Leigh Bardugo

Something about this one strikes me as a winter book. I'm not sure if it's the Russian setting or the slightly darker concept, but I think this will be a January read.

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
J.K Rowling

I know, I know. It's been over a month since I've picked up a Harry Potter book, but I'm lazy, and these are long books, but it'll be soon, I promise.

and finally
Ready Player One
Ernest Cline

I've heard nothing but great things about this book, and I was really excited to pick it up, but it may be a while as this is a library book and it really needs to go back...but we shall see.

So eleven books, nothing too ambitious, and definitely not set in stone. I hope I can make at least a good chunk out of my TBR pile over Christmas break when I don't have to worry about school quite as much.

What do you have planned to read?

xx Kendall


Angie Silva said...

So many books :D love it

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