I meant to post this TBR on Friday, but I was running late to catch the Hogwarts Express and I just forgot. (Actually I had a pep band game and didn’t have time to go to the library, but the Hogwarts thing sounds a lot cooler.) I’m pretty excited about the books I picked up this month, so lets jump right in.
- When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon
I’ve been wanting to read this contemporary novel for a while, it’s been recommended to me by SO MANY people. I’ve got very high expectations.
- Places No One Knows by Brenna Yovanoff
From what I understand Places No One Knows is a romance novel with a slight fantasy twist that seems right up my alley.
- Windfall by Jennifer E. Smith
I really love Jennifer E. Smith’s Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight, so I’m really looking forward to reading this book. It’s about two teens who win the lottery, and the cover is beautiful. I can’t see how this book could be anything but wonderful.
- More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera
I’ve been following Adam Silvera on twitter for months now, but I hadn’t gotten around to reading any of his books. They’re supposed to be heartbreaking, and I’m super ready.
- Ginny Moon by Benjamin Ludwig
This is the only book on this list that I hadn’t heard of before finding it on the new books shelf at the library. It’s a story about an autistic girl in the foster care system, and it sound fascinating.
- Strange The Dreamer by Laini Taylor
Everyone and their grandma has been talking about how wonderful this book is, and I have been waiting to get my hands on it for months. But I have it now! They can’t take it away from me! (Well I guess they technically can once it’s due, but thats not as dramatic and fun.)
- Railhead by Phillip Reeve
I’m super excited to read this one. Phillip Reeve is the author of one of my favorite series of all time, the Larklight Trilogy. Reeve is a master of world building, and I can’t wait to jump back into his wonderful writing.
- The Square Root of Summer by Harriet Reuter Hapgood
I’ve read the description of this book, and I’m still not sure what it’s about, but I’m very intrigued by it. This is another highly recommended book that I’ve been looking forward to getting my hands on.
- Once and For All by Sarah Dessen
I’ve never read any of Sarah Dessen’s work, but she’s supposed to be really great. I’ve heard a lot of great things about Once and For All so I’m pretty excited to pick this one up.