I’m trying to get my physical tbr down. I don’t like to have a ton of unread books on my shelf and I think this is the most I’ve ever had. So today I want to talk through my physical tbr. I need you guys to hold me accountable, because I need to read these. I will add in that this doesn’t include my arc collection. This is just the books that I’ve purchase. Grab a cup of coffee and let’s get to it. It’s going to be a long one.
A Deadly Education
I’ve only had A Deadly Education since the first of the year. I started it back in January, but for some reason I put it down. I was really enjoying it, so I will probably pick it up again soon.
Seasons of the STorm
I received Seasons of the Storm in a monthly subscription box. It sounds like a really cool concept. I do want to get to it, but it isn’t high on my priority list right now. I think I would enjoy it more during the winter.
The Night Swim
I’ve had The Night Swim for a minute now. It was one of my first Book of the Month choices. I’ve heard really good things about it, so the next time I’m craving a thriller I’m going to reach for this.
The Lost Apothecary
The Lost Apothecary was another book of the month pick. I’m really excited to pick this up. I think it’s going to be my next read.
The way of kings
The Way of Kings is the newest edition to my tbr. I picked this up a couple weekends back. I want to read more of Brandon Sanderson’s work, but this book is a beast. I’m going to have to clear out a good chunk of time to read this.
I have to admit I’m not in a huge hurry to read Revival. I had a free book credit on Thriftbooks and this is what I picked up. But since it was a King novel I figured I would get to it eventually.
The Dreadful Tale of Prosper ReDding
I bought The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding to read around October, but I didn’t get to it. I’m debating on waiting to October to read it, or read it now. I love a good spooky tale any time, but so many people have told me that this has awesome spooky season vibes.
Christine has been on my physical tbr for longer than I would like to admit, but technically it was on my shelf at my parents’ house. Somehow I missed this when I moved out. Anyhow, I was excited to find another King book to read.
The Desolations of Devil’s Acre
To be honest, I’m putting The Desolations of Devil’s Acre off because I’m not ready for the series to end. But I need to read it before I see spoilers. I am so attached to this series. I want to know what happens, but I don’t want it to be over. But I’m going to read it in May. I have to.
I started Misery in March and I put it down. I really need to finish it soon.
I know I need to read this. It’s hard to claim to be a King fan without having read Pet Sematary. It’s classic King, but I know it’s going to be a hard read for me. I don’t deal with death or grief well, but one day I’m going to get to it.
winter of the World
I’m going to be honest, Winter of the World intimidates me. I’ve read part of it, but I still have a huge chunk to go. I know that I need to get out of this slight reading slump before picking it back up. I need to be able to immerse myself in this book.
Winter Counts is the last Book of the Month pick that I haven’t read. I’m going to get to it, but I have to be in the mood for a thriller. Hopefully, that will happen this summer. For some reason, summer is thriller season for me.
So that’s every book on my physical tbr. Have you ever read any of these? I would like to say that I’m going to finish them all before I buy new books, but I probably wont. I’m going on vacation in a couple of weeks and they have an indie bookshop in the city. Of course, I’m going to have to visit it.
I didn’t include the synopsis to these because it was going to be an extremely long post. If you want to know more about them click the link in the title name. If you make a purchase through the link I will make a small commission that will help support this blog.