A very late November TBR coming your way. To be honest, I have no clue why I take the time to make a TBR list when I never follow it. I am such a mood reader. I take too much time deciding which my next read should be. This list was compiled keeping in mind the reading goals I had made earlier in the year.
Everless by Sara Holland
This is my reread for the month of November. Evermore, the sequel, has been sitting on my shelf for some time now and I decided to finish this series. When I want to further read a series, I often need to reread the previous books in the series to get the full extent of the story.
Evermore by Sara Holland
This series is one of many on my shelves that are unfinished. I decided to change out this month by choosing to finish this particular series. I remember Everless being around a 3.5 star read so I am hoping for the series to have a little better conclusion. Reviews are to come. Hopefully.
The Great Pretender by Susannah Cahalan
This is going to be my Book of the Month read for this month. I think this narrative is going to give readers a bigger understanding into a study that changed the treatment of mental health forever. I am very fascinated to read this.
The Tyrant’s Tomb by Rick Riordan
The fourth installment in the Trials of Apollo series. Love Rick Riordan’s novels. It does help that I am a fan of Greek mythology. The bonus part about this particular series is that Apollo is so funny!!
Queen of Air and Darkness by Cassandra Clare
I reread Lady Midnight and Lord of Shadows in anticipation for the release, but never read it. I must finish this series. It is way overdue. I love the Shadowhunter world that Cassandra Clare has built and I could never get tired of any spin-offs that she would want to publish. I also plan on this being the first book of the couple from Cassandra Clare that I have not read yet.
Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo
This is Leigh Bardugo’s debut in Adult fantasy. As with many, I loved the Six of Crows duology. Excuse my language, but it was badass. I mean, come on, KAZ. I hope that this book does not disappoint.
The Fountains of Silence by Ruta Sepetys
I fell in love with Salt to the Sea when I read it. It was so powerful and the multiple perspectives did not overwhelm the reader as many might assume. She did a great job writing short chapters in these different perspectives to add to the story. This book was one of my most anticipated books of 2019 and I cannot wait to devour it.