Top Ten Tuesday | Books I Meant to Read in 2020 but Didn’t Get To

Happy Tuesday, bloggers!

I’ve lost count of how many books I need to catch up on. Sure, 2020 was a fire dumpster, so I have some reason for an excuse. But I bought several physical copies and many more ebooks. Thankfully, I have time now.

Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. The next prompt is books I meant to read in 2020 but didn’t get to.


Unravel the Dusk

This series is special to me. Seamstresses are in my family, so seeing them in YA fantasy is an honour. I simply couldn’t find a copy at my local bookstore. I’m holding out for my copy though.


The Silvered Serpents

Roshani is one of those special authors who suck you into a beautifully crafted world. The first novel broke my heart, but I’m dying to get back.



After the ending in the second installment, I’d like nothing more than to smack Kristoff with his own book. But I’m a sucker for punishment and want to dive back into the series. Is there something wrong with me?


Boys of Brayshaw High



The Butcher of the Bay: Part I

J. Bree is one of my favourite authors. She writes gritty and dark but makes some of her characters redeemable. I love Illi and Oddie. So I need this series to consume me like her debut one did.

12 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday | Books I Meant to Read in 2020 but Didn’t Get To

  1. I really enjoyed Unravel the Dusk and thought it was a satisfying conclusion to the duology! This reminds me that I wanted to read Lifelike last year but didn’t get around to it 😂 Hope you manage to read all of these this year!


  2. I’ve read Boys of Brayshaw… Not my favorite of hers. That one is the best in the series, though. I hope you enjoy it more than I did. I’d recommend her Fake It ‘Til You Break It.


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