How’s it going, you guys? I know my posts are becoming few and far between, but hopefully I can get all my posts done for this coming week so I can do some blog hopping. I seriously miss reading all your guys’ posts but my free time is so little nowadays. Hopefully by March, I’ll get back to posting and commenting a little more regularly!
On another note, looks like it’s that time of the week! What books do I have on my TBR this time??
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.
Esperanza Rising | Pam Muñoz Ryan
This book has been on my TBR for YEARS. I’ve wanted to read it ever since I was in elementary school. When I was younger, I was drawn to the cover and only the cover. But as a young woman, I now wish to read it as an opportunity to experience diverse characters and situations. I haven’t read many reviews on it, but the blurb was very interesting. So, this one definitely stays. The judgement:
The One (The Selection, #3) | Kiera Cass
I was NOT much a fan of the first book. I didn’t like one single character, especially America Singer, and the premise is basically The Bachelor but with a slightly dystopian twist on it. Even though I absolutely love this cover (man, that dress is gorgeous), I’m not tempted enough to continue on with the series. Unfortunately, the judgement is:
Illusions of Fate | Kiersten White
I never finished White’s Paranormalcy trilogy. I think I read the first two books and then stopped. I just forgot to finish the series out. I have no desire to pick up the third book anymore, but that doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy her stories! The premise to this one sounds really interesting and when you say something like, “Downton Abbey meets Cassandra Clare in this lush, romantic fantasy from New York Times bestselling author Kiersten White,” I can’t help but give it a try. The judgement:
Talon | Julie Kagawa
I bought this book on my e-reader about a year ago and I never finished it. I literally have 15 pages left to read and I just don’t want to read them. This book didn’t sit right with me, for some reason, and that really bums me out because I LOVE Julie Kagawa. Her Blood of Eden and Iron Fey series are some of my favorites. But this one? Not so much. The judgement:
Jared’s Quest ( An Unfortunate Fairy Tale, #1.5) | Chanda Hahn
Ha! I already read this one. *Proud stance* And it was fabulous. Ah, the wonderful feeling of kicking a book you already read off your TBR. The judgement:
What’d you think of my choices? Do you know any of the books I listed? I’d love to hear your thoughts.
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