Down The TBR Hole #40

Hey guys! It’s time for another Down the TBR Hole which was created by Lia @Lost In A Story! I am officially at my 40th Down the TBR post. That is such an exciting moment. I feel time is just flying by with these. I am so happy to see my TBR shrink. So let’s dive in!

Ink and BoneInk and Bone By Lisa Unger

I have heard really good things about this book. Plus I would like to read all of Lisa Unger’s book. I don’t know too much about this one but if it’s anything like her other books I think I’ll enjoy it.

Judgement: Keep

 

 


Highly Illogical BehaviorHighly Illogical Behavior By John Corey Whaley

So I reread the summary. I know I added this on the list because it had such good ratings. It does sound interesting but I’m not really interested in reading this book.

Judgment: Go

 

 

 


Dead Girls SocietyDead Girls Society By Michelle Krys

So I’ve had my eye on this book for a while now. People have said it’s like Pretty Little Liars. Yes I know Pretty Little Liars is bad but it’s a guilty pleasure. I think I’m going to keep this on my list.

Judgment: Keep

 

 


The Crow GirlThe Crow Girl By Erik Axl Sund, Neil Smith (translator), Jerker Eriksson, and Håkan Axlander Sundquist

This book has been highly on my list of books I want to read. I’m not sure why I haven’t picked it up yet. I guess cause I’m worried it won’t be as good as I expect. I would like to pick it up at some point.

Judgement: Keep

 

 


Dark DaysDark Days By Kate Ormand

This book has a lot of mixed reviews. I honestly don’t really remember adding this book to my TBR. Reading the summary it’s not something I am very interested in. I know if I keep it on my TBR, it’s going to stay there for a while.

Judgement: Go

 

 


City on FireCity on Fire By Garth Risk Hallberg

This is another book that has very mixed reviews. After reading more into it, it doesn’t sound very interesting to me. I know I’m going to end up forgetting about this book too. I have so many other books I really want to read.

Judgement: Go

 

 


The Last Time We Say GoodbyeThe Last Time We Say Goodbye By Cynthia Hand

I feel from the beginning of the summary I thought this book was going to be a mystery. However after reading more, it’s a sad contemporary. It has really good ratings but I honestly am not very interested in reading it.

Judgement: Go

 

 


An Ember in the AshesAn Ember in the Ashes By Sabaa Tahir

So this is a pretty popular YA series. I know the newest book comes out next week. I am not really sure what it’s about but I am willing to give it a chance. I am always hearing about this series. I also kept seeing stuff about it at Bookcon.

Judgement: Keep

 

 


The Love That Split the WorldThe Love That Split the World By Emily Henry

I just read the summary and this book doesn’t really sound very interesting to me. I don’t think this is something I really want to read. I think this is something I’m going to pass on this book.

Judgement: Go

 

 


The Secret KeeperThe Secret Keeper By Kate Morton

From the moment I saw the cover of this book I felt it wasn’t going to be the type of book for me. I’m not very big into historical fiction. The cover screams that. I’m not going to end up bothering with this book.

Judgement: Go

 

 


TBR Start Number: 590
Number of Books Kept: 4 Books
Number of Books Gotten Rid of: 6 Books
Current Number on TBR: 584

Have you guys read any of these books? I would love to hear your thoughts if you had.

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One thought on “Down The TBR Hole #40

  1. I love the cover of The Crow Girl. It looks so spooky. I’ve been on the fence about The Last Time We Said Good Bye, I don’t know if I would like it. I’ve also been iffy about An Ember In The Ashes. I’ve heard really good things about it but I don’t really know if I’ll pick it up. I have read The Love That Split the World and it was good but it does take a while to get into. I personally think her second book A Million Junes was better.

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