November TBR

Blogging about books and all the readathons which took place in October seem to have done wonders for my TBR pile as I managed to read a great total of 9 books last month. However, I somehow managed to add an additional 30 books to my TBR, so I just didn’t do well enough. With a new job due to start in November, NaNoWriMo, a paper and lots of events and birthdays that will take stop me reading, I’m not sure how well I will do this month, but I’m planning on taking part in the TBR Takedown, and in just reading as much as I can!


So here is my TBR for November 2017!


Emily R King – The Hundredth Queen (current read)

I’m in this middle of this right now, and while I’m enjoying it, I’m not loving it. I really hope it goes somewhere good though because I feel this has a lot of potential.


Soman Chianani – The School for Good and Evil (current audiobook)

This is a nice, light read for me. I’ve been listening to this and it’s been making me laugh. I am going to be talking to my Goddaughter about this, as we’re both reading it, so it makes the reading even better.


Jennifer Mathieu – Moxie

Moxie is not the usual type of book that I would pick up, but we’re going to be discussing it at YA  Bookclub and I’ve heard nothing but good things.


Jennifer Brown – The Hate List

I picked this up as it was a recommendation at the last YA Bookclub, and I’m really eager to read this, so even though it is a big book, I’ve put it on the list for this month as I feel like I will devour this.


Leigh Bardugo – Language of Thorns (to be continued)

I started reading this last month, but only finished the first two stories. I’d like to finish the rest of them now, but I’m also kind of savouring them as nice short tales. Perhaps i’ll wait until one pleasant rainy morning, sit with a pot of tea or coffee, curl up and enjoy the rest?



Anne Bronte – The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (Oldest book on your shelf challenge)

I love Emily Bronte, I enjoy Charlotte Bronte, but I have never read any Anne Bronte, so I am looking forward to sitting down with this book. I also think it’ll be a very perfect read for the dark and stormy November nights.


Philip K Dick – Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep (Out of your comfort zone challenge)

Sci-fi is not something that I read often at all. I’m not a big fan of it in general, but there are just some things that can really grab your attention. I love Blade Runner, so I’m hoping that the novel will draw me in just as much.


Alexander Bracken – Passenger (Most recent haul challenge)

My NaNoWriMo project this month definitely has a pirate theme, and, although I’m not going to be taking part in the ‘scallywagathon’ I do love a good pirate story or story set on the high seas.


V E Schwab – This Savage Song (First book in a series challenge)

I adored the archived and read it in 2 sittings, I then ran out and grabbed the Unbound straight away, so I cannot wait to read another V E Schwab book. This seems like a really good read, and I also have the second one!


V E Schwab – Our Dark Duet (Continuation of a series challenge)

Well, because I’ll have just finished the first, so this is a series I can binge.