Hello bookworms! I hope you’re all well.
I have been reading constantly recently – I have finished so many books and I am completely out of my slump! I am really enjoying spooky books (probably because Halloween has just passed) and dark books which is having quite an impact on my November TBR.
Also, this is a really overly ambitious TBR. I won’t read all of these books but these are the books that I hope to get to in the upcoming months.
Here are the books I’d like to read in the month of November:
Sawkill Girls by Claire Legrand
I bought this book on my kindle the other day as I lost my physical copy of it (cry cry) and I am currently reading it. It is so creepy!! I am only 100 pages into it so I haven’t read very much but I am really enjoying it. I hope to finish this one soon.
Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince
If you don’t already know (I’ve tweeted about this a lot), I am currently rereading Harry Potter. I finished The Order of The Phoenix last night and I absolutely loved it – and it is quite possibly my favourite book of Harry Potter ever (apart from the bits with Umbridge in.. I hate her so much!) and I rated it five stars which means I have very high hopes for this one.
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows
Depending on how much I love The Half Blood Prince, I hope to read this book too in November. I can’t wait.. It makes me feel at home when I read about Hogwarts.
My Sister, The Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite
I joined an adult book club this month and this is the book of the month! It is really short and it seems really creepy and interesting so I hope I enjoy it.
Carry On by Rainbow Rowell
I read Fangirl in October and it has made me want to continue with Carry On. I found Fangirl to be quite repetitive and boring so I hope I enjoy Carry On more.
Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
So I tried to read this book when it first came out and I really disliked it. However, I could see the potential and I always said that I would give it another go and this is the time! I joined a young adult book club which meet in my local Waterstones and this is the November book of the month so it’s a perfect time to reread this – I hope I enjoy it.
Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi
This has been on my TBR for so long now and I have no excuse as to why I haven’t read it yet. It’s in a comic book form so it will be very quick to read so I should finish it in one night.
Pumpkin Heads by Rainbow Rowell and Faith Erin Hicks
I should have read this in November but Harry Potter took up all of my time (which I do not regret might I add!) so I am going to read this a little bit late and in November instead.
Fruits Basket by Natsuki Takaya
I can’t have a TBR and not include some form of manga. Fruits Basket has been on my to-read list for absolutely ages and I own the collectors edition so I have no idea why I haven’t read it yet. I find Manga really quick to read, too and is something I can complete during my breaks at work.
Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo
I began reading Ninth House in October as it is spooky, but.. Harry Potter got in the way (again!) but I am going to start it again from the beginning in November and hopefully finish it this time!
Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuvel
I wrote a tweet not long ago saying that I have never really been into SciFi but really want to try the genre.. and this is the book that most people recommended to me so I bought it on my Kindle and I plan to start it soon.
Serpent and Dove by Shelby Mahurin
This book has had so much hype recently for being dark and spooky so I went and bought it on my Kindle! It seems like quite a big book so it might take me a while but I have the Kindle app on my phone meaning I can quickly read a few chapters here and there.
Solitaire by Alice Oseman
I. LOVE. ALICE. OSEMAN. so much! I recently read the two volumes of Heartstopper and I read Radio Silence not long ago, too, and its one of my favourite books of the year so I am trying to read all of Alice’s books as quick as I can because I just know I am going to love them!
The Girl from The Well by Rin Chupeco
I bought this book because I have heard it’s like the film The Ring where the girl gets pushed into a well but it’s from the girl’s perspective.. creeeeepy
Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout
When I was around 19 years old I discovered all of Jennifer L. Armentrouts books and I fell in love with all of them. Obsidian was always my favourite so I want to reread it to see how I feel three years on – I hope I feel exactly the same!
The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein by Kiersten White
I’ve wanted to read this book for ages but I have never gotten around to it until I saw it for very cheap on Kindle so I thought I’d give it a go. I hope to read it this year and I really hope I enjoy it.
I know, sixteen books.. I hope to get to them all soon!