So in my last post I talked about every book on my physical tbr. Today I’m going to talk about my Goodreads Tbr. I’m going to go ahead and say that I’m horrible at using Goodreads, other than for my yearly challenge, but I do have a few books that I’m really interested in listed on there. So let’s dive in.
Norwegian Wood is one of those books that I keep seeing everywhere. I don’t really know what it’s about, but I feel drawn to it. Is it worth the read? Let me know.
I saw The Sympathizer in Noelle Gallagher’s last book haul and immediately wanted it. I love Vietnam historical fiction. Of course, all of the ones I’ve ever read are based on the American perspective, so I’m interested to read from this point of view.
Someday, Someday, Maybe
Someday, Someday, Maybe is a little out of my comfort zone. But Lauren Graham (aka Lorelei Gilmore) wrote it and I think she’s one of the funniest humans on this Earth. I hope to love this one, even if it’s not my usual style.
Welcome to Night Vale
Welcome to Night Vale sounds absolutely amazing. It sounds like it’s a mix of mystery, paranormal, and a slice of life novel all rolled into one. I want to pick it up this summer for sure.
If you’ve been on the bookish internet more than a day, you’ve seen The Sanatorium. It has been one of the most talked about thrillers of the year and I need to get my hands on it asap.
So those are the books on my Goodreads Tbr. That’s not all of them, but some I’ve talked about in My Most Anticipated Spring Releases post. And the rest I’m going to talk about in future posts, so I’m keeping them off this list for now.
If you’re super interested and want to know what they are you can follow me on Goodreads. But like I said in the introduction, I’m horrible at keeping up with it. I’m trying to get better at it though.
What books do you have on your Goodreads Tbr?
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