Hello, friends! I’m sorry I’ve been sort of absent these past couple of weeks. I just haven’t been in the mood to blog/blog-hop. Also, I didn’t realize that I had evening classes and conferences from Monday to Thursday. So, the time I usually set aside for blogging is used up and I just get home really tired. All I’ve wanted to do is watch Youtube videos. But I currently have the energy to do some posts, so I’ll be taking advantage of that RIGHT NOW. Let’s do this.
As a reminder, 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.
I had been planning to read this one all the way back in high school, but never got around to it. I’ve heard some pretty mixed reviews about it, but some of my reading buddies have encouraged me to give it a chance. Apparently, it gets much better in the next two books! The judgement:
Existence (Existence Trilogy #1) | Abbi Glines
I know what happened here. I thought this was a part of the Lux series and put it on my TBR without a second glance. The guy on the front kind of looked like Daemon from Obsidian. But now that I know I won’t be continuing with the Lux series and the guy’s name from this series is called Dank (that’s right – Dank), I absolutely refuse to keep this one on my list. The judgement:
Die for Me | Amy Plum
I’m actually really interested in this one, mostly because I missed the Warm Bodies train, and I’m still curious about how a zombie + living human relationship would work out. The concept is fairly original, and though it’s received some pretty mixed reviews, I think O’d still like to give this one a chance some day. The judgement:
A Great and Terrible Beauty | Libba Bray
I put this one on my TBR mostly for the cover I think. But I reread the synopsis and it just sounds confusing. There’s so much going on and I don’t think I have the patience to unravel this mystery of a book. The judgement:
The Perks of Being a Wallflower | Stephen Chbosky
I’ve been meaning to read this book ever since the movie came out. I thought the movie was great and I really wanted to read the source material. I still do. And I’ve heard nothing but positive things about this one. So, the judgement is:
What’d you think of my choices? Do you know any of the books I listed? I’d love to hear your thoughts.
Thanks for stopping by! See ya soon ❤