TBR February-March 2021


What a surprise, I’m postong something other than anime crap!

One of my new years resolutions was to read more, so I thought it’d be a good idea to share some of the books I intend to read.

1. Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfeild

Sometime in January I bought a ton of books from a discount store in town. Most I really only bought for the covers, but Once Upon a River seemed like it would be a good read.

I don’t know much about it, but the summary sounded like a murder mystery.

And I’m always down for one of those!

2. Inheriting by Christopher Paolini

Years ago, I became obsessed with the Inheritance Cycle after my sister found the first two books at a thrift store. I finished them in a week.

It took a while, but I finally managed to get my hands of the last two. Brisingr was read in a matter of days, but I couldn’t make myself read Inheritance.

I don’t know why, but it felt like it was dragging on.

Well, I want to finally get it off my TBR once and for all!

Wish me luck?

3. Warriors: Fire and Ice by Erin Hunter

I’d been wanting to read the Warriors series for a long time, but I couldn’t seem to find the first one anywhere.

Fast forward to January, my idiot self realized I did have it. I just thought it was one of the branch series.

I read it in a day, and have been putting off the second one until I could get the third (I also have the fourth and fifth already.)

4. Ronan Boyle and the Bridge of Riddles by Thomas Lennon

The summary is like if Lemony Snicket and Eoin Colfer co-wrote a book.

Definitely high on the list.

5. The Maze Runner by James Dashner

I found a matching set of this series at one of my favorite thrift stores for about $8.

I’d never heard anything about, except what people I knew had told me.

It’s not very high on the list, but I would like to be able to say I read it.

Pillage by Obert Skye

This has been sitting on my shelf for years. I’ve read a few books in the Leven Thumps series, so when I saw Pillage I just added it to my collection. I’ve never really had any intention of reading it, but that’s changed.


Need I say more?

I think 6 is enough for now. I’ll do more once I’ve crossed some off the list.

What books are you planning on reading?

Published by AlexCharming

Alex is the oldest daughter of 8, soon to be 9, kids. They are all homeschooled. She enjoys reading, listening to music, and working outside. Alex is currently working on her first book.

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