JULY TBR

Happy July everyone,

I haven’t done this in a while but I do want to share with you all my TBR for the month of July. It’s usually subject to change.

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Ever since I read the synopsis I wanted to read this book. A fantasy book that crosses time periods. That’s already sounds awesome, and I heard great things about it.

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I had the pleasure of meeting both of these authors at BookCon. Also since I was a fan of both Dear Martin and The Hate U Give dealing with issues of police violence and racism.

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I got this arc at a talk with Sabaa Tahir and I was so excited. Warcross one of my favorite books of last year and I am so excited to see how this ends.

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Yes, its a graphic novel, I have been on a kick these days, and this one sounds amazing dealing with crime families and assassins, what more can you ask for.

Those are the books on my July TBR. What books do you plan on reading for the month of July? Let me know in comments below.

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April TBR

Happy April, and Happy Easter for those who celebrate it.

I haven’t done a TBR in a while, and March wasn’t quite a good reading month because I got busy. So here is my TBR for April.

Obsidio by: Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman

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I have waited so long for this book. I loved both Illuminae and Gemina, so I am excited to see how this series ends.

Children of Blood and Bone by: Tomi Adeyemi

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This was another book I was very excited about since it was announced. I was suppose to see her in Boston, but the snow kept me going, I at least got the book personalized for me.

Wicked Like a Wildfire by: Lana Popovic

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My girlfriend gave me this book for Valentine’s Day and I still haven’t read it. I feel bad because I got her Legend and kept asing if she has read it yet.

Hunted by: Meagan Spooner

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A sort of Beauty and the Beast retelling. Its a book I really wished I got to back in 2017, but it is sitting on my bookshelf.

Dove Arising by Karen Bao

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This is an underrated book that I heard some good things about. I got it from the Diversity in YA tumblr and it sounded interesting.

Those are the books on my April TBR. It may be subject to change. Which books do you plan on reading for the month of April? Let me know in the comments below.

 

February TBR

Happy February everyone,

Wow I can’t believe how its already February.

First currently reading:

Zenith by: Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings

Yeah, this is sort of cheating since I am about half way through the book and I am enjoying it so far.

Now for my TBR for the month of February

Odd and True By Cat Winters

This was a random pick up from by library. I will admit that it is mostly for the cover. From the premise it reminds me of a gender swapped Supernatural set in the 1800s, with two sisters fighting demons.

The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton

This is for Hype or Like Friday, and I am so glad that this book was picked. I heard so many good things about this book.

Gunslinger Girl by Lyndsey Ely

I always love a good western and I always keep thinking that more YA should be based around the Old West. While it is not technically The Old West, hopefully it will have that western feel to it.

Bitch Planet Vol. 1 and 2

This was also a random pickup from my library and I heard some great things about it. I am also trying to read more graphic novels this year.

The Roanoke Girl by Amy Engel

This is a book outside of my usual genres since I don’t usually read mystery novels but the premise caught my attention and I could read a bit more mysteries.

Those are the books I plan on reading in February. What books do you plan on reading in February? Let me know in the comments below.

 

January 2018 TBR

Hello everyone, and hope you guys are enjoying the start of 2018. It is snowing right now in Boston, but after living here for years I just seem to roll with it.

This is my TBR for the month of January,

Dear Martin by: Nic Stone

My very lovely girlfriend gave me this book for Christmas, so she knows what I like. I think I also put it on my books I hope to read by the end of the year. Well since I didn’t have the time, this seems like a great book to start the year off.

The Epic Crush of Genie Lo by F.C. Yee

Just judging by the cover, this looks like a more bad ass version of Sailor Moon. I have heard some great things about this book. I also like the inclusion of Chinese folklore and mythology that the book has.

Long Way Down by: Jason Reynolds

This will be my second book by Jason Reynolds, the first being Miles Morales: Spider Man. The book is mainly told through poetry form which will be a welcomed change from what I usually read.

Batman: Nightwalker by: Marie Lu

One of my favorite superheroes being written by one of my favorite authors. I am really excited to read about her interpretation of Batman.

The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

I have seen this on a lot of most anticipated lists, and with this being the first YA release of 2018, this should be a good book to start the year with. I also love stories about the fae.

Those are the books I plan to read in January, it maybe subject to change if  I discover new books. What books do you plan of reading in January? Let me know in the comments below.

November TBR

Hello all,

WIth October coming to a close it is only fitting that I give by TBR for the month of November. I may not read all of these and I may add some books as the month goes on.

They Both Die at the End by: Adam Silvera

Because I am a masochist. I read his previous two books and they were both amazing books that really emotionally gripping and from what I heard this one is too.

Renegades by: Marissa Meyer

One of my favorite auto-buy authors, I am very excited to be reading this. This is one of my most anticipated of 2017 and the fact that it deals with superheros just makes it more awesome. I am a huge fan of her Lunar Chronicles series and I am very excited to read this new series.

Timekeeper by Tara Sim

As a Whovian I am always a fan of time travel, and this seems like a great time travel book with a lot of Victorian elements. I have heard great things about this book and I am excited to read it.

Beasts Made of Night by: Tochi Onyebuchi

At Boston Book Festival over the weekend, I heard him speak about his book and it made me want to read it. It is an Nigerian-inspired fantasy novel. Also the premise sounds really interesting with the use of sin eaters.

Rebel Seoul by: Axie Oh

The author had me at Pacific Rim meets Korean dramas. I am a fan of Pacific Rim and I always like stories with big mech type vehicles. I heard great things about this book and I am excited to read it.

Those are my TBR for November. Do you have any suggestions to add to my TBR? Let me know in the comments below.

October TBR

Hello everyone and a Happy October to you all,

I know I am a little late for this but here is my TBR for the month of October, it may be subject to change depending if I see a new cool book.

Geekerella by Ashley Poston

At the Boston Teen Author Festival I met Ashley Poston and from hearing her talk about her book made me want to read it. I know its been out for quite a while. I also am trying to expand my reading habits, and this maybe the book to do it.

Invictus by Ryan Graudin

This book had me at “the crew from Firefly with time travel”. I could always use a good time travel story. Earlier this year I read Wolf by Wolf, which I really liked so I am excited to read more of her work.

A Gentlemen’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzie Lee

I heard nothing but great things about this book. I also tend to like historical fiction, and just reading the premise alone makes me want to read the book.

All Rights Reserved by Gregory Scott Katsoulis

This is another premise that grabbed my attention, mainly because of the concept for paying for every word you speak. I meant to get the book at Boston Teen Author Festival but it was sold out. I also liked hearing the author talk extensively about the book and its premise.

 

Those are the books I plan to read for the month of October, I may add a few more if some catch my eye. What books do you plan on reading for the month of October? Let me know in the comments below.

 

 

 

September TBR

Hello everyone,

I feel as if August wasn’t a good reading month for me I only read two books this month. Hopefully September I could get out of my reading slump and start reading some books again.

I hope to read these books in the month of September. It may be subject to change.

Wonder Woman: Warbringer by: Leigh Bardugo

I was always a fan of the Wonder Woman comics growing up and I really loved the movie when it came out over the summer. So of course I am excited that one of my favorite authors has written a book about Wonder Woman. I never read a comic book hero in book form so this should be amazing.

Warcross by Marie Lu

Of course, Marie Lu being one of my auto-buy authors I am very excited to read this book. I loved her Legend trilogy and her Young Elites trilogy. I also like that she isn’t afraid to write new genres with every series she writes.

Beauty Queens by: Libby Bray

When news broke out of an all-female Lord of the Flies, my first thought was of course “why not adapt Beauty Queens?” This book was on my TBR for quite a while and the premise is really interesting. Hopefully if more buzz comes out about this book it could lead Hollywood into adapting this novel instead of remaking Lord of the Flies.

Windwitch by Susan Dennard

I remember reading Truthwitch, in the beginning of the year and loving it so of course I want to read the sequel. Especially since Truthwitch ended on a cliffhanger I want to know what happened next.

Those are my September TBR. What books are your reading this September? Let me know in the comments below.