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October Library TBR.

Hi everyone!

Against my better nature, I have a TBR for this month. However it is for a good cause and that is to keeping my local village library open!

Short side sob story – the town council has decided that a more central library system is better for the town and its outlying villages, thus the smaller libraries are in danger of closing. Mine has already undergone many cutbacks, and if these plans come to fruition it will eventually cease to exist. Therefore, I plan on using it as much as possible and borrowing books whenever I find those that interest me.

With that rambling out of the way, I did come back today with three books so let’s get into them.

Lips Touch by Laini Taylor.

I really enjoyed the Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy so when I saw this, I jumped at the chance to borrow and read it. Laini Taylor has a great writing style and knack for detailed storytelling so I’m really excited to see where she goes with this.

Equal Rights and the Light Fantastic by Terry Pratchett

I was disappointed by Colour of Magic when I tried to read it last month but since I’ve heard that the series does gets better, I’m determined to give these two a go. Discworld seems like a really quirky fantasy world and I know that it is one I will eventually grow to like – I just hope it starts with these!

So that is it.

Have you read any of these books? What did you think?

Thanks for reading, and have a good day!


2 thoughts on “October Library TBR.”

  1. I haven’t read Lips Touch yet, but I also loved the Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy! However I never read short stories. So I’m curious to see what you think of it, and maybe I’ll read it too one day 🙂


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