September TBR


2016, tbr / Saturday, September 3rd, 2016

This is a month set aside for reading. I’ve not been totally ambitious with my September TBR, but there are a few books that I can’t wait to get to. Or have been on my shelf for too long. I’m looking forward to Autumn/Fall, being able to sit in a jumper and read with a hot chocolate. You know totally cliché like.

On with the September TBR, before you all start to cringe unbearably.

Queen of Shadows

This is a reread to prepare myself for the next book on my September TBR. I have waited so long to dive back into this world, so try and stop me. I love the characters and the story, I’ll be surprised if this isn’t demolished in a couple of days.

If you didn’t know Queen of Shadows is the fourth book in the Throne of Glass series, and follows a renowned assassin as she becomes the king’s right hand woman. It really is an amazing story and a great way to kick of my September TBR and reading.

Empire of Storms

The long awaited fifth book in the Throne of Glass series, and I seriously cannot wait for this book. I have waited for far too long anyway. Briefly appeased by A Court of Mist and Fury, but still. I have missed the characters and can I wait to read all about their lives? How about no.

This book graces us with its presence on the 6th September. So it’s fitting for a September TBR pick.

The Miniaturist

I have been intrigued by this book for a while. For a start the cover is amazing and the story seems to be the nice level of thrilling and scary without being too overwhelming. We all love a good jump scare but we don’t want to crap our pants reading, or do we?

The Miniaturist follows a young girl in an Victorian setting who gets married and is gifted a perfect replica of their house, to furnish it she hires a miniaturist who might be more than what he seems. Creepy right? A good September TBR favourite.

Falling Kingdoms

I have heard amazing things about this book, and having just finished A Storm of Swords: Blood and Gold, I am so in the mood for more fantasy.  It’s supposed to be perfect for Game of Thrones fans, so look out for my review, I’ll be weighing up whether that’s actually true!

I’m not entirely sure what its about but the politics looks amazing and I can’t wait to dive into the world and learn more.

A Feast for Crows

I told you I was being ambitious. I don’t think I will get this one finished before the month is finished, seeing as my September TBR is pretty jam packed as it is. But I adore this series, I’m always daunted by the size of the books. Once I’m in the world I can’t believe what I’m reading. Like oh my word the last book left on such a cliffhanger and that was with watching the TV show.

I just can’t cope.

So there it is my September TBR, lemme know if you’ve read any of these and if you liked them – I love hearing from you guys. Anyway back to reading, wish me luck!

 

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4 Replies to “September TBR”

    1. Sarah J Maas makes my life so much better, all her books are fantastic reads. Look forward to reading them, they’ll change your life.

    1. EoS review is up on my blog as we speak so go check it out. I’m looking forward to reading. Think I’m in a bit of a slump after the awesomeness that was EoS.

      Thanks for commenting.

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