This is a meme from The Broke and the Bookish. For info about the topics and how to participate, click here.Is it that time again? Let’s look back at my Fall TBR… Hmm. 6/10. Ouch. Mood reading definitely took over this season. Anyway. Hopefully I can do better this time. I’m still waiting to, one of these days, get 10 out of 10. *is a bit of an optimist*
1. Split Second by Kasie West
Remind me to pre-order this about.. yesterday. Um, obviously, knowing my undying love for Pivot Point, Split Second is at the absolute top of my TBR. I must have this. I must read it. I will devour it. I will drop everything for this book.
2. Evertrue by Brodi Ashton
This is a very very close second to Split Second. I absolutely adore this series and the ending will kill me. I know this. I like torturing myself, obviously.
3. The House of Hades by Rick Riordan
This was on my Fall TBR, and it tears me up inside that I didn’t read it yet. I kind of feel guilty, but I’m also blaming TBD for this, because they lost my pre-order, so I ended up getting it a full month after its release… By that time, I had so many other books I had to read, so… it kept getting delayed. But I hope to read this on or around Christmas. Sounds like the perfect treat for me 🙂
4. These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner
Yeah, the reviews have been fabulous, but I don’t even put too much stock in that, because the cover is gorgeous, I have it pre-ordered, and I know I will love it. So. Yeah.
5. Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones
This is our December book club pick! Finally one that’s relatively short, hahaha. But I’ve been meaning to read this sometime, so I was stoked when Daph suggested it. I absolutely love the animated movie, after all.
6. The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey
This is our January book club pick! I’m really happy about that, to be honest, because it’s one of those chunkier books that I need some extra motivation to pick up. And this was a birthday present from one of my best friends, and I always feel bad if I don’t read the books I get as presents soon. I dunno. It’s one of my quirks.
7. The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making by Catherynne M. Valente
For some reason it seems like the perfect season to get into this cute little series. I have all three on hand, so I might binge read them. The books are just so pretty! And reviews are promising about the series.
8. Gilt by Katherine Longshore
When I visited London, I went to Hampton Court Palace, and, of course, I’m totally obsessed with the CW’s new series, Reign. So at Hampton Court, I totally felt a burning need to get into historical fiction. This was one of the highest recommended series. So I’m very very excited! Definitely want to read this soon.
9. Looking for Alaska by John Green
I borrowed this book from Judith a while back and I feel like I need to return it in a timely fashion, haha. So hopefully I’ll read it this month, before our book club meeting and otherwise in January. You will get it back soon, Judith! I promise!
10. The Promise of Amazing by Robin Constantine
Yep, I just hauled this last week, so I need to read it before its release at the end of this month!