TBR Pile

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My goal for October will be 7 books.

This might be difficult because it’s Teen Read Week in October which is a big deal in YA LibrarianLand.

I’m also going to two author visits, Julie Murphy and Rainbow Rowell.  And I’m going to a YA Lit Festival for an entire weekend.

But I can do it, I…think…I…can?

So here are my TBR books for October.

  1. Rose Society by Marie Lu-I was a big fan of the Legend Series.  Young Elite…Meh but it ended strong so I’m curious to see what’s going to happen.  This is currently available of Edelweiss.
  2. Blackhearts by Nicole Castroman-So there’s a pirate trend apparently and I’ve never read a pirate book, so why not start with this one.  Blackhearts is on Edelweiss
  3. The Girl From Everywhere by Heidi Heilig-Time traveling on a ship? Yes, please.  The Girl is on Edelweiss.
  4. The Shadow Queen by CJ Redwine-This one has much loves on Edelweiss and honestly, when I don’t know what to read next I search Edelweiss for the books with a lot of much loves. Don’t judge me.  The Shadow Queen is on Edelweiss
  5. The Fixer by Jennifer Lynn Barnes-I didn’t like her Naturals Series but my colleagues said this book was good.  I read the description and it sounds like a 16 year old Olivia Pope.  That’s my type of hype.  The Fixer is published.
  6. Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine-I heard a lot about this book but didn’t think much of it.  I recommended it to a friend and she gave it a 5 on Goodreads and she rarely gives out 5’s so that means I need to read it now.  Ink and Bone is published.
  7. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley-This is the October read for my book discussion group and I’ve never read the original, so I’m excited about this.
  8. * Passengers by Alexandra Bracken-Yay, another time travel book on a ship. WTH?  I want to read this but Netgalley is being stingy.  If I get approved, I’ll try to squeeze it in but no promises.

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    • No, I haven’t but I just started reading more contemporary/realistic fiction this year so that book wasn’t on my radar when it came out. I have heard of it though and I might check it out. Thanks for the rec.

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