Happy Tuesday, everyone,
Guess who’s back. Back again. Sibby’s back. I needed a mini-hiatus, and I feel refreshed. October is finally here! Ah, I’m so excited I get to layer up, drink some hot chocolate, and find some spooky books to read for Halloween.
Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. The first week’s prompt is book titles with numbers in them. At first, I wasn’t sure which titles I’d use. There are numerous choices, but I wanted a mix of books I’ve read and want to read.
I hope you all love my picks! Have fun and happy October!
This sequel is one of my favourite reads of 2019, so there’s no reason to forget it for this list. Nope. I adore it. And the treatment of the title is unique.
Six of Crows
I’ll never stop loving this rag-tag gang. Honestly, though, this title is just a slap in the face though. And I want to curl up and cry over the ending in Crooked Kingdom. I’m still in denial.
Thirteen Reasons Why
How many times have I used Jay’s book for this prompt? Probably too many times, but it instantly came to mind when I found out the next topic.
One of Us Is Next
I have eyed this series for a long time. But After reading this blurb, I may move it up higher on my TBR list! I am loving the high school thriller feel.
Gideon the Ninth
I’ve seen some mixed reviews for the book. However, I think there’s enough badassery that I can just ignore that fact. I need more necromancer-themed books for the month. I love them!
I love Kelley’s first series. It practically raised me and shaped me as a reader. When I heard it was ending though, I couldn’t part with it. I cannot get over how Kelley wrapped up everything up.
One of Bradbury’s famous works popped in my head, and it wouldn’t come out. Even though I haven’t read it, and I’m dying to watch the movie, it’s prolific. I don’t know if I could live in this kind of universe though. Literature banned? No. I’m fine reading about it.