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A book lover’s TBR pile never stops growing. There are just so many good books out there with so many more being released every single week and really not enough time to read them all.
BUUUT I really don’t mind! I’d rather have a huge list of books I still want to read than no books at all. With that in mind I give you a list of 10 of the most recent books I’ve added to my TBR list. Only two of these are already released though, so I’ll have to have a bit more patience to get to the rest of them (ugh, patience…)
I was very late to hop on the Hamilton train, but boy am I so very much on it by now! I’m obsessed and I can’t wait to get my hands on this gorgeous book!
This one sounds like so much fun. It’s a historical fantasy in which two boys roadtrip through Europe together and have to fight pirates AND their feelings for eachother along the way.
Metaltown is a steampunk dystopian. I can’t say that I’ve read a lot of steampunk yet, but this book was in the October Fairyloot box and it does sound super good!
This book was inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement and sounds like such a heartwrenching but real and necessary read.
Honestly, the synopsis had me at pirates. Ok no, the title already had me at Pirate. This sounds like so much fun and I can’t wait!
This fantasy dystopian set in England just sounds so dark and interesting, it immediately earned its’ spot on my TBR list!
This story is a fantasy retelling featuring a Goblin King (whom I’ve already fancasted as Tom Hiddleston) and is described as romantic and sexy. Please, give it to me now!
This blurb sounds so, so good! This book sounds like a perfectly funny and original take on all these tropes and I am so here for it! I mean, this is about a spy school that trains these teens to become tropes. Their assignment is to get close to a girl and whoever doesn’t get the girl, dies. And then they end up falling for eachother instead? THIS SHIP, I AM ALREADY ON IT!
The idea of a teenage assassin who can kill with a kiss sounds kind of hit or miss, but I am intrigued! Also, it’s based on Indian folklore and already has some pretty good reviews so I’m in!
Umm, Adam Silvera described this as Arya Stark in space. I love Adam Silvera and I love Arya Stark so I just HAVE TO give this one a try. Badass revenge in space, bring it on!