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Books on my TBR

Welcome everyone to my post about some of the books on my TBR. I noticed that TBR Thursday used to be a thing but I can’t find anyone currently hosting it. That’s a bummer because i’d really like to see some others TBRs. Do you guys know anyone currently hosting it or maybe I can? I’ve been looking for a good meme to host on my blog. 🙂

TBR THURSDAY

The Snow Gypsy by Lindsey Ashford
The Snow Gypsy by Lindsey Ashford
The Snow Gypsy by Lindsey Ashford
Historical Fiction | 332 Pages | Pub. 2019

At the close of World War II, London is in ruins and Rose Daniel isn’t at peace. Eight years ago, her brother disappeared while fighting alongside gypsy partisans in Spain. From his letters, Rose has just two clues to his whereabouts—his descriptions of the spectacular south slopes of the Sierra Nevada and his love for a woman who was carrying his child. In Spain, it has been eight years since Lola Aragon’s family was massacred. Eight years since she rescued a newborn girl from the arms of her dying mother and ran for her life. She has always believed that nothing could make her return…until a plea for help comes from a desperate stranger. Now, Rose, Lola, and the child set out on a journey from the wild marshes of the Camargue to the dazzling peaks of Spain’s ancient mountain communities. As they come face-to-face with war’s darkest truths, their lives will be changed forever by memories, secrets, and friendships.

The Crescent Stone by Matt Mikalatos
The Crescent Stone by Matt Mikalatos
> The Crescent Stone by Matt Mikalatos
YA Fantasy | 448 Pages | Pub. 2018

Madeline Oliver has never wanted for anything, but now she would give anything just to breathe. Jason Wu skates through life on jokes, but when a tragedy leaves him guilt-stricken, he promises to tell only the truth, no matter the price. When a mysterious stranger name Hanali appears to Madeline and offers to heal her in exchange for one year of service to his people, Madeline and Jason are swept into a strange land where they don’t know the rules and where their decisions carry consequences that reach farther than they could ever guess.

Court of Shadows by Madeleine Roux
Court of Shadows by Madeleine Roux
Court of Shadows by Madeleine Roux
YA Fantasy | Pages 432 | Pub. 2018

In this second book of Madeleine Roux’s expansive gothic horror series, illustrations from artist Iris Compiet and chilling photographs help bring to life a world where the line between monsters and men is ghostly thin. After the frightful events of last autumn, seventeen-year-old Louisa Ditton has settled into her role as a maid at Coldthistle House, but she has not settled into what that means for her humanity.

As Louisa struggles to figure out whether she is worthy of redemption, the devilish Mr. Morningside plans a fete— one that will bring new guests to Coldthistle House. From wicked humans to Upworlders, angelic beings who look down upon Mr. Morningside’s monstrous staff, all are armed with their own brand of self-righteous justice.

Even a man claiming to be Louisa’s father has a role to play, though what his true motive is, Louisa cannot tell. The conflicts will eventually come to a head on the grounds of Coldthistle House—and the stakes include Louisa’s very soul.


This post is part of the “TBR Thursday” series. Each week I post a few of our my most exciting TBRs. To see all my #TBRThursday posts, check out my archive. I’ve also recently published my Reading Stats from 2018 as well as my Blog Stats from 2018!

What interesting books have you added to you TBR lately?

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I'm an avid reader and love most all books, but my favorite genres tend to be mystery, adventure, science fiction and classics. Genres I tend to shy away from include romance, contemporary fiction and chick lit. If I’m not actually reading books, I’m probably at work shelving them at my local library.

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