Down the TBR Hole is a weekly book meme created by the wonderful Lia @ Lost in a Story that attempts to organize our ridiculously long Goodreads TBR list by choosing either to keep or eliminate the books we’ve kept on there for YEARS.
Love Bites (Vampire Kisses # 7) | Ellen Schreiber
First, I don’t like the cover. Second, this is the SEVENTH installment in the Vampire Kisses series, a series I have not even heard of. I’ll look up the first book to see if it sounds interesting enough, but for now, this one has got to…
Eternal (Tantalize #2) | Cynthia Leitech Smith
First, I don’t like the cover. Second, this is the second book in a series (saga?) I haven’t heard of. I’ve reread the synopsis and while the plot sound like a bit of fun, I’m not sure it’s the type of book I’d remember. Also, I’ve read quite a few not-so-rave reviews. I think it’s safe to let this one…
Ummm? Not sure where this one came from. Not at all. I think…I think I liked the cover? I’m not sure. I haven’t heard of this series either. I looked up the author and it seems most of her books are rated fairly well, so I might check her out later. But for now, this little novella needs to…
Grave Mercy (His Fair Assassin #1) | Robin LaFevers
Finally! The first book in a series. I don’t remember when I put this one on my TBR, but I think it’s been there a while. The synopsis sounds somewhat unique and interesting, especially the part in which the female protagonist is supposed to be the daughter of Death himself. One day I think I might try to pick this one up. So, the judgement is…
Crescendo (Hush, Hush #2) | Becca Fitzpatrick
I remember loving the first book to this saga, and I’m pretty sure I read this book and even the third, but I can’t remember a single thing that happened in either of them. I never finished this series, but I’d like to one day. I may even have to start over from the very first book, or at least from this one. So, this one I think I’ll…
What do you guys think of my choices? Did I keep the right ones? Have you heard of any of the others? I’d love to hear your thoughts!