Monthly TBRs

July TBR

So this post is a bit late even though I made my TBR at the beginning of the month, so I’ve already read one of the books on this list. Let’s just pretend I didn’t.

  • Fawkes by Nadine Brandes
    • This actually came out earlier this week, but I do have an eARC copy of the book that I want to read before my IG publicity tour stop in August!
  • Caraval by Stephanie Garber
    • This is the book I’ve read and ended up enjoying. I’ll be writing a review later, but I did want to read this because I heard a lot of mixed reviews, but it sounded interesting so I still gave it a try.
  • The Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J. Maas
    • I have read the Throne of Glass series from ToG to Empire of Storms, so I just need to read this book and Tower of Dawn then I’ll be caught up in time for Kingdom of Ash in October!
  • Grace and Fury by Tracy Banghart
    • I’ve heard that this book is like the Handmaid’s Tale and I’ve also gotten an eARC from Netgalley. I can’t wait to dive into it.
  • Illuminae by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman
    • I’ve heard so many good things and I finally got the audiobook checked out from the library after waiting through a billion holds that were in front of me. It’s perfect timing too, since I’ll be going on a road trip next week.
  • The Trouble with Unicorns by D.T Dyllin
    • This is another book that I got for free to review, so I’ll be getting around to it sometime this month to review next month!
  • Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo
    • I read Shadow and Bone last month, so it seemed only fitting to continue on with the series. I’m not too invested, but I want to finish it so I can read Six of Crows.
  • Everything Under the Sun by Jessica Redmerski
    • I was also given this book to review, but it sounds really cute and has great reviews on Goodreads so I’m excited to read it!
  • The Goblin’s Daughter by M.K Sawyer
    • Another book I got to review, because I want to catch up on my review copies this month as well. The premise also sounds interesting!


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