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Top TBR Books

There’s something about having a large tbr and having enough books to keep us going for ages, but sometimes we are so overwhelmed by the sheer number of tomes that it ends up collapsing and falling into a mountainous heap. Now I know that I have a lot of books on my shelves and on my kindle that I’ve not yet read, and truth be told, it doesn’t really phase me that much, but there are some books that I have certainly prioritised. It has nothing to do with their hype and popularity as that does sometimes put me off.  It’s simply that I’m now in the mood to read and enjoy them.

And here they are, in no particular order:

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Obviously not out yet but highly anticipated.

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I don’t know how long it will take me to get through these. As I said, I read what I’m in the mood for so it is possible that one of these could be at the top of this list for a while.

So that is my list.

What books are at the top of your tbr?

 

10 thoughts on “Top TBR Books

  1. ooh i absolutely love The Timer Traveler’s wife. Some of the books that are top on my tar pile are Winter by Marissa Meyer, Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas, Columbine,and probably others but I can’t think of them atm

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    1. I’ve had the Time Traveller’s Wife on my shelf for a quite a while now but I’m only now feeling the need to read it. I’ve been in a sci-fi mood of late so it’s prompting me to finally read it.

      I cannot recommend Winter highly enough. It is such a good ending to a fabulous series. Once you’ve read that, Stars Above, which is the collection of LC novellas is also great.

      Happy reading!

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      1. One of my closest friends warned me about that a while ago. It is one of her favourites and throughout our time together at uni she always mentioned it. I don’t doubt that it will make me cry a lot.

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      2. Yeah. The most obvious example for me is Pride and Prejudice because regardless of how many times I read it, I will love it even more and realise things that I’d never picked up on with previous reads.

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