My physical TBR is at an all-time low – only three books! I’m not too sure how that happened, but of course that means it’s now time for me to hoard more books! So I set myself a limit of what I wanted to spend, and then ended up with nine books. Here’s what I’ve got!
The Rules of Seeing – Joe Heap
I’ve been wanting this since it was first released, but because it’s a hardback, I’ve been holding off until I could afford it. It seems really interesting and I’ve seen a lot of good reviews for it, so I definitely need to get around to reading it soon.
The Manifesto on How to Be Interesting – Holly Bourne
I’m an addict for Holly Bourne’s books – I just can’t get enough of them! And to be quite honest, I haven’t even looked to see what this one is about, I just ordered it because I know I love everything she writes.
The List – Siobhan Vivian
This has been sat on my Amazon wishlist for so long that I can’t actually remember why it went on there in the first place! However, I trust that I put it on for a good reason so let’s hope it’s still something I will be into!
Five Feet Apart – Rachael Lippincott, Mikki Daughtry, Tobias Iaconis
I hadn’t even heard of this until a few days ago, when I saw a few people talking on Twitter about it being made into a film, and it got me curious. When I saw that the plot is similar to Everything, Everything and The Fault in Our Stars, I realised I had to get it. I’m sure I’m going to love this and can’t wait to read it.
Eliza and Her Monsters – Francesca Zappia
This is another one that I’ve been after for a while, but I’ve just not bought it as it’s only out in hardback. I’ve seen so many good reviews for this, and decided that I’m just going to have to get it in hardback and cope with it!
The Island – M.A. Bennett
This one just seems so interesting! I’ve not heard much about it but it seems like something I can easily get into.
Am I Normal Yet? – Holly Bourne
Another book by Holly Bourne bought purely for the reason that I just love her writing!
Red Clocks – Leni Zumas
Scrolling through Instagram the other day, and I saw someone had posted a photo of this book, open. I read the pages that it was open on and it seems brilliant! It reminds me of something I would have studied at A Level lit, so if it’s good I’ll definitely be letting my old Lit tutor know!
A Man Called Ove – Fredrik Backman
The amount of hype for this book – I’m just praying it lives up to it. I’m quite excited about this one and can’t wait to see what it’s all about.
Any books to recommend? And let me know your thoughts if you’ve read any of these!