Happy Thursday, readers!!
I hope you’re having a GREAT day!
Today, I’ll be diving into my TBR list and coming at you with Top 10 books I can’t believe I haven’t read yet … I’m a little nervous!
How would you do this? 10 oldest on the tbr? 10 most recently added? most recently published? I’m making it the most impossible and just going for all of the above. My Goodreads To Be Read has 504 books on it right now. Imma be here for a bit…
In no particular order:
This was added to my TBR on 1/2/12, and I have a beautiful hardback copy. I love The Christmas Box series by Richard Paul Evans I just can not believe I haven’t read this one yet.
This book is so highly praised and gets great reviews. I added this to my TBR 1/9/14 and it’s normally available on e-book at my library without too much of a wait, I just find myself reaching for other things first.
I’m going to get to this one soon. Has been on my tbr since 10/20/14. I read Renegades by Marissa Meyer this year and I LOVED it. I want to get to the Cinder series because it’s still mentioned and raved about on youtube. I’m a little over YA right now, but I’d be doing this a disservice by waiting any longer.
This book intimidates me. I think I have super high expectations and that’s why I haven’t picked it up yet. I don’t know. EVERY TIME I’m looking for my next book to read I look at this one and then chicken out.
I am such a high fantasy fan, I know I’m on the naughty list for not having this one read already. I know once I get into I’ll want to binge read the series and won’t get to read anything else.
I’ve started this twice. And enjoyed it both times. I just haven’t gotten in more than a few chapters before life stops and says nope, not today!
I’m totally avoiding this for two reasons. 1.) I LOVED the first two books in this series and have heard mixed reviews on this one. 2.) it’s HUGE!
- The Cat Who Could Read Backwards
This series is so near and dear to my heart, yet I’ve never read a single one. My Grandma LOVED these books! THOSE DARN CATS, she would say! She loved them on paperback or audiobook & I was always on the lookout for ones she hadn’t read yet. I plan to get to one of these this year for sure.
This is another one I’ve been stalling on because it’s YA, but the word sounds so emersive and I heard it’s a good idea to read this before you read the Six of Crows duology, which has been on my TBR for much longer than this.
I have heard amazing stories about this – mostly from people who read it as kids. I am still going to get to it, but I fear I’m missing out on the nostalgia of it.
That’s all she wrote, folks. That’s what I’m going with. Did we have any books in common on our TBR? Let me know in the comments.