Feb’s Unachieveable TBR!

So guys, it’s about to be February which means it’s time for me to make a TBR I’m like 99% positive I’m going to fail!

I’m participating in #TackleYourTBR readathon on instagram at the start of this month and for that I’ve gone with…

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  • A hyped book – Clockwork Angel (The Infernal Devices #1) by Cassandra Clare – I think it’s about time I find out what all the hype is about!!1
  • First or last book in a series – Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children #1) by Rason Riggs – I’ve been wanting to read this book for a whiles and since Angel Reads was kind enough to give it to me for Secret Santa for Christmas I think I should read it already!!
  • A popular author you’ve never readLegend (Legend #1) by Marie Lu – the Legend series is one of my friend’s, Allie (who I run the bookenthral insta account with!) favourite series and her love for them has got me super excited to read them!
  • An underrated bookThe Testing (The Testing #1) by Joelle Charbonneau – This is also one of Allie’s fav series, she lent them both to me, and since I don’t really think The Testing is a widely known book, I thought I’d use it as my underrated book!
  • A book outside you comfort zonePride and Prejudice by Jane Austin – I challenged myself to read a classic a month in 2016, and we’re about to end January and I didn’t read a classic. SERIOUSLY AMY! I want to read this first week of Jan so that I can read some other classic at the end of Feb so  I still read 12 classics in a year!

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I’m also doing a read-along with Trang from Bookidote this month! We’re going to be reading The Young Elites (The Young Eliets #1) by Marie Lu! Looks like I’ll be reading two Marie Lu books this month!

Me and Trang are going to be reading this from the 7th – 13th! I’m hoping to absolutely love the book!!! 

 


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Since it’s almost time for Glass Sword (YAYAYAY!!!!) I shall be re-reading Red Queen (Red Queen #1) and Cruel Crown (Red Queen #0.1, #0.2) before I read Glass Sword (Red Queen #2) by Victoria Aveyard! I’m so excited to re-read Red Queen!! I LOVED it last year and I’m eager to see if I love it just as much this time around!A Gathering of Shadows FinalA Darker Shade final for Irene

Talking about re-reading, I shall be re-reading A Darker Shade of Magic (A Darker Shade of Magic #1) by V.E. Schwab, before I devour in like a blink of an eye A Gathering of Shadows (A Darker Shade of Magic #2) by V.E. Schwab! Can’t believe how close we are till it’s release!!!!

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I shall also be reading Into The Dim by Janet B. Taylor (hopefully early in the month!) since I have an e-arc of it and it’s released March 1st.

I need to also read another classic this month! I haven’t chosen which one yet, so maybe if anyone has an suggestions I’d love to here them!!!

If by some small miracle I manage to finish ALL OF THOSE BOOKS! I really want to read,

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So you know just a casual 18 books. HAHAHA! You’re dreaming Amy!! No way I can read 18 books, but I will try! What are you planning on reading in February??

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I'm an 20 year old uni student who majors in procrastinating. It's wonderful really - many a great read was read because of it.

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      1. My list includes:
        Traveling with the Dead (James Asher #2) by Barbara Hambly
        The Julius House (Aurora Teagarden #4) by Charlaine Harris
        Sold Down the River (Benjamin January #4) by Barbara Hambly
        The Lone Wolf by Louis Joseph Vance
        The Diamond Master by Jacques Futrelle
        Shakespeare’s Landlord (Lily Bard #1) by Charlaine Harris
        V Is for Vengeance (Kinsey Millhone #22) by Sue Grafton
        Royal Flush (Royal Spyness #3) by Rhys Bowen
        The Rope (Anna Pigeon #17) by Nevada Barr
        The Blood of an Englishman (Agatha Raisin #25) by M C Beaton
        City of Darkness and Light (Molly Murphy #13) by Rhys Bowen

        As you can see the majority of them are series mysteries. That’s probably about 60-70% of my reading. If you like light, enjoyable rather quick reads, you might try Charlaine Harris (she also ahs the supernatural Sookie Stackhouse series which was used to the True Blood TV series), M. C. Beaton and Rhys Bowen. If you enjoy historical novels, Barbara Hambly’s Benjamin January is a good series, very rich period pieces set in New Orleans in the 1830s. Hambly’s James Asher series features a former spy who is coerced into working for a vampire head honcho. If you’re a fan of the outdoors, Anna Pigeon is a park ranger. And this is just the tip of the iceberg where mysteries are concerned, lol.

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