1. What book have you been unable to finish?
The Sweet Far Thing by Libba Bray
I absolutely flew through the first two books in the Gemma Doyle Trilogy. With a mix of historical fiction and fantasy, this series was so unique to me. However with the first book having approximately 400 pages and the second having around 500, the third book with its 848 pages felt very intimidating.
The Raven Boys series by Maggie Stiefvater
I really want to get into this series this summer. I feel like when I start it, I’d like to binge read my way through the entirety of its series which is why I haven’t gotten around to it yet.
The Heart of Betrayal by Mary E. Pearson
I loved The Kiss of Deception. It was my first review on here and I highly recommend everyone to read it. I honestly don’t know why I didn’t get around to reading the sequel. I even bought it right after I finished reading the first one. Another one on my TBR pile!
Flawed by Cecelia Ahern
I received this copy in my April OwlCrate box and I can’t wait to read it! Dystopia is one of my favorite genres and I’m really excited to see where Cecelia goes with this new series of hers. I hear so many good things and it’s definitely on top of my list to read in the next few months.
I don’t own any of her books anymore but I am kind of hesitant to buy The Problem with Forever by Jennifer L. Armentrout. It sounds like it could be really good but I used to own her novel Half Blood and I had such a hard time getting into it. I felt like her writing style wasn’t for me but I keep hearing from everyone else how amazing she is. Maybe if I try another of her books? If you guys have one in mind, please let me know!
The Cage by Megan Shepherd
I hear so many good things about this one and I bought it thinking it was definitely going to be my next read. It then followed with me not really being in the mood for a book involving aliens. I’ll definitely get to it though soon. The second one just came out I think and I’ve read a lot of good reviews.
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
I am in love with the TV series right now and I received the 10th year Anniversary edition of Outlander last Christmas. I am super excited to read this book but I will admit that the size is very intimidating. I feel like this should be a read when I don’t have books to read from NetGalley or similar sites. This book needs to be read at the pace it deserves to really immerse into the story. If you haven’t seen my Outlander Prize Pack that I won, please check it out here!
The Ring and the Crown by Melissa de la Cruz
After falling in love with the cover, I did do a bit of research but not too much. I’m a huge fan of books involving royalty and it was said to contain some drama similar to the likes of Reign and so I wanted to give it a shot. I sadly haven’t gotten around to it yet and after reading some negative reviews, I’ve been putting it off a bit. I am still interested in reading it though. Who knows, even though others don’t seem fond of it doesn’t mean I won’t absolutely love it, right?
The Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling
Ugh, this one is my most intimidating on my TBR by far. I have like two copies of the first book and when I moved in with my boyfriend, he brought books 1 to 5 but I still haven’t gotten around to even reading the first one. Do you guys think I should set that as yet another summer goal?
Nandika & Tanishka from Yours A-fiction-ately
Hope Lavender from Amethyst Blue
Jaed from The Bibliophile Blogs
Liesje from A Thousand Lives
Sushmita from Fervently Curious
Balie from Novelers (Nerd in New York)
B & Cat (You guys could put yours in the comments if you'd like)
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