Down The TBR Hole #51

Good hello, friends! Happy Monday! This morning I went grocery shopping for my parents and myself and boy, I’m ready for a nap. I went during the special hours and it made a big difference from went I went during the day. To protect my comprised immune system I wore gloves and a mask. I’m so glad it’s done now. Anyways, I’m so happy with what I have accomplished with this series; my TBR shelf is at 390!

Down The TBR Hole was originally created by Lost In A Story and the lovely logo!

Anyway, it works like this:

  • Go to your goodreads to-read shelf.
  • Order on ascending date added.
  • Take the first 5 (or 10 if you’re feeling adventurous) books
  • Read the synopses of the books
  • Decide: keep it or should it go?

Let’s Just Jump Into It!



1. The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

This was one when I actually made sure the books I own were on my Goodreads shelf. I’m so terrible at doing that now. I don’t know much about Sylvia Plath other than she’s a depressing writer. Oh, so it’s about a woman going insane.. That’s cool..  Goodreads

Judgement: Keep

2. To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf

Another classic that I added after I bought it. So many books too few centuries… Hmm. The synopsis on Goodreads is actually really interesting. I think I’ll try to pick this up this year. Goodreads

Judgement: Keep

3. Style by Chelsea M. Cameron

I don’t remember this one at all. OH YEAH! Now, I remember it thanks to Goodreads’ synopsis. It’s a f/f contemporary romance. I do want to keep it! There’s still not enough of those. Goodreads

Judgement: Keep

4. Juliet Takes a Breath by Gabby Rivera

I know I wanted to read this because of the rep it has. It also has been recommended a few times by different BookTubers. Although, I don’t remember what’ it’s about at all anymore. Ohh, it actually sounds good for more reasons, for example, about her coming out to her mom. Goodreads

Judgement: Keep

5. Ruined by Amy Tintera

Yes, I still want to read this. I own it already that’s pretty much why. Ruined sounds pretty high fantasy and I’m here for it. Revenge and war, what else do you need? Goodreads

Judgement: Keep


As always, thanks for reading!

Sarah<3<3

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Tell Me How You Really Feel by Aminah Mae Safi: Book Review

Good hello, friends! Happy Wednesday! Oh boy! I am definitely going to be spilling the T today.

My Lame Synopsis: F/F romance. I don’t even want to tell you what it’s about! One of them is into movies and wants to be a filmmaker and the other helps her out. Goodreads

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My Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

Yeah, I didn’t like this. I almost DNf’ed it, but I pushed through since I was reading it for a readathon. I was so hoping to like this being that there’s not enough F/F romances out there especially in YA. I thought it was awesome that just like me Rachel like films. When in fact, I liked Rachel the least. A book can’t be a book that is accomplishing something by just being, you know? Sure, it’s cool that they’re part of minority but doesn’t make a good book. There were too many unnecessary plot points, which relied too heavily on stereotypes and unrealistic drama. Looking at you unnamed teacher. because you know, spoilers.

In the way of characters, I only kind of liked Sana, but she was very flat and at times bleh. I only liked Diesel and he was side of a side character!

Also, what was with all the cheesy and cringy lines? If the goal was to make me think ‘awe’ you failed. #sorrynotsorry

As always, thanks for reading!

Sarah<3<3

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March TBR!! ~2020

Good hello, friends! Happy Thursday! I have still haven’t really wrapped my head around  what I want to read this month. I feel like I’m going to go some mood reading! You may have noticed the books listed work for Black History Month because I kept finding books referenced in others books. For example, Dreams From My Father was mentioned in Americanah. I always make an effort to read diverse books throughout the year, just in February do I try to read from as many black authors as I can.

Let’s just jump into it!



  1. The Obelisk Gate by N.k. Jemisin 

  2. Dreams From My Father by Barack Obama 

  3. The Heart of a Woman by Maya Angelou 

  4. I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou

  5. Get A Life Chloe, Brown by Talia Hibbert

  6. Broken Places & Outer Spaces by Nnedi Okorafor

  7. Nigeria Political History by Uzochukwu Igboanugo

  8. An American Marriage by Tayari Jones


As always, thanks for reading!

Sarah<3<3

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December Wrap Up ~ 2019

Good hello, friends! Happy Wednesday! Who knew that I love to organize! I guess when it comes to books, I love being a bit extra! For 2020, I’ve decided to use spreadsheets to tracking my reading, book buying, new releases, etc. on top of the bullet journal I’m going to get! Speaking of tracking my reading, in December I read 16 books! When I started reading for fun again back in 2016, I never would have guessed I would read 16 books in one month! Ah!

Let’s Just Jump Into It!



The Hating Game by Sally Throne

I kind of worried going into The Hating Game that I wasn’t going to like it. Chelsea from BookTube as chelseadolling reads has hyped this book so much. She even said it’s her all-time favourite that I was worried it wasn’t for me. Too high expectations. I loved it though! I thought it was sweet, cute, and quirky. I really enjoyed the banter between Josh and Lucy, which made me love them together. I’m glad I finally gave it a chance. Goodreads

4.5 Stars


Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick

I really enjoyed this! It was about time I picked it up too since I got it when it came out back in 2016. Dang. I didn’t realize it’s been sitting on my shelf for so long! Reading Scrappy Little Nobody renewed my love of Anna. She’s so funny! She was so relatable with her insecurities and her awkwardness. “You think you’re better than me?!” Goodreads

4 Stars


Truthwitch by Susan Dennard

I’m feeling very meh about the one. I thought there was a strong story, but I think it was the action throughout the book that really held my interest. I think the characters were all the same, boring and flat. The best friends and friend bonds created sweet moments, but not enough to make up for the rest of the books was lacking. Goodreads

2 Stars


Doctor Sleep by Stephen King

First off, way better female characters, but better characters overall too. While I felt The Shining was a bit of a boring read. Doctor Sleep held my attention and even creeped me out a few times. Especially after reading a few of his earlier books, I really like the inclusion of technology and how it effects King’s universe. Meh, on the ending. I’m starting to see what people mean about his endings. The movie’s ending was better. Goodreads

5 Stars


Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare

This was a reread for me and my attempt to freshen up on understanding Shakespeare’s prose since I didn’t understand Othello at all. I even struggled through Romeo & Juliet. I’m thinking I have to start over. Goodreads

5 Stars


The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary

When I picked this up, I was expecting a light and fluffy read and could have easily been done poorly. But thankfully, O’Leary did a great job and created complex and in-depth characters like Leon and Tiffy. Even their perspectives had different writing styles that fit them both. I loved them both and loved them together. Goodreads

5 Stars


Cider by Marissa Meyer

Oh man! I didn’t expect to enjoy this as much as I did! It was just so fun! I listened to the audiobook and since then have listened to Scarlet which is book 2 in the series. I loved the story and characters. There was some great action scenes too! Definitely had the perfect set up for book 2. Goodreads

4.5 Stars


The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai

If only my life was similar to Rhi, at least financially that would be great. But actually the book was really good! Another one I had so much fun reading! Rhi and Samson had great chemistry and banter with one another. Goodreads

4 Stars


The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt

Another one I enjoyed so much! Would even say it’s a new all time favourite. I would first describe The Goldfinch as highbrow, which doesn’t necessarily mean anything bad. Donna Tartt did not stray away from hard-hitting themes. A few themes used were grief, PTSD, mental health, etc. Tartt had such lovely writing that described such beautiful imagery. In fact, I have often caught myself thinking about it since finishing the book. Goodreads

5 Stars


Why Not Me? by Mindy Kailing

Another funny, quickly, awkward woman that I enjoyed learning more about. Now, I remember why I loved her and her show a few years ago. The book was so funny and very honest. Good for her for writing so genuinely open. Goodreads

3.5 Stars


Well Met by Jen DeLuca

I’m realizing now just how many contemporary romances I read in December, haha! Well Met was lovely. A good fluffy book with a bit of depth to round out the story. High-five Emily for standing up for herself when it was called for. I get how she feels about feeling lost in life. Also, the Ren Faire was such a cute setting for the book! Goodreads

3.75 Stars


Scarlet by Marissa Meyer

Didn’t I mention earlier that I finished book 2, Scarlet? Yup, just double checked. Don’t worry, I already have Cress already queued up and checked out from my library! I absolutely loved the additional characters and seeing familiar ones too. I can’t wait for Cress! Goodreads

3.5 Stars


Over The Top by Jonathan Van Ness

Jonathan knows how to hit me hard in the feels. I just wanted to say thank you, Jonathan for sharing and being so polarizing. I feel honoured to be let in such a heartbreaking life. I love Jonathan. I so appreciate the lesson of the importance of self-love. Oh, and cancer sucks. Goodreads

5 Stars


P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han

I can’t believe I’m actually reading passed book 1. When I finish To All The Boys I Loved Before, I didn’t enjoyed it enough to feel motivated to continue the series. It was only after seeing the Netflix movie and absolutely loving it. And then finding out that their doing the sequels! I had to continue the series! I felt this was one large set up for the final book, which is fine. I just wanted a bit more out of it. Goodreads

3 Stars


Bringing Down The Duke by Evie Dunmore

So close to being 5 stars! I felt the story was well done; even surprised me with plot twists once or twice. I loved both the main characters, Annabella and Sebastian. The history aspect with women’s suffrage was wonderful to read. I loved the whole fighting for the right to own land and the right to vote. Goodreads

4.5 Stars


William Shakespeare: History In An Hour by Sinead Fitzgibbon

I didn’t actually intention to reading this at all. I just happened to come across it on Scribd and thought it was a great way to learn a little bit more about the man. Of course, there wasn’t a whole lot on him specifically, probably why they could fit in into an hour. It was just alright, decently educational. Goodreads

2.5 Stars


As always, thanks for reading!

Sarah<3<3

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My 2020 Most Anticipated Book Releases!!

Good Hello, friends! Happy New Year! Now I have to get use to writing 2020 on everything now, haha. I have been avoiding looking at anticipated book releases because I currently can’t afford to be pre-ordering so I didn’t want to get too excited for them. But what’s life without a little excitement! Two books that I’m very excited for that don’t have official dates are the third book in The Name of Wind series and the final book of the Game of Throne series. WHERE ARE THESE BOOKS!? I have my fingers crossed that these two don’t get pushed back again! Anyways! For this list I didn’t include series that I’m not caught up on or even haven’t started. Seemed silly to me to include them. Also, just like yesterdays’s post for My 2019 Favourite Books! the books aren’t in any order!

Updated! I have added more books and also a link to a Goodreads shelf with all the books listed below. That way you can easily add them to your Goodreads! Link provided after the list!

Let’s just jump into it!



  1. Come Tumbling Down by Seanan McGuire 

  2. The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins 

  3. Empire of The Vampire by Jay Kristoff 

  4. Four Days of You and Me by Miranda Kenneally

  5. The Betrothed by Kiera Cass

  6. I Kissed Alice by Anna Birch

  7. By the Book: A Novel of Prose and Cons by Amanda Sellet

  8. Set Fire To The Gods by Sara Raasch

  9. The Glass Hotel by Emily St. John Mandel

  10. The City We Became by N.K. Jemisin

  11. The Midnight Lie by Marie Rutkoski

  12. Be Not Far From Me by Mindy McGinnis

  13. Devil Darling Spy by Matt Killeen

  14. Take A Hint, Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert

  15. Beach Read by Emily Henry

  16. Tweet Cute by Emma Lord

  17. Lucky Caller by Emma Mills

  18. A Song Below Water by Bethany C. Morrow

Goodreads Shelf of 2020 Releases


As always, thanks for reading!

Sarah<3<3

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My 2019 Favourite Books!

Good Hello, friends! Happy New years Eve! I thought it would be fun to list out my new favourite books that are also now part of my all-time favourites! These are the books that touched me in many different ways, but mean so much to me. I see myself rereading them in the future. Some of the books I have chosen also have a full review that I’ll link too if you want to know my full thoughts! The books aren’t going to be in any particular order!

Let’s just jump into it!



  1. The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

  2. The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt

  3. Doctor Sleep by Stephen King

  4. Over The Top by Jonathon Van Ness

  5. Sadie by Courtney Summers

  6. A Man Called One by Fredrik Backman

  7. Get A Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert: Interview and Book Review

  8. NOS4A2 by Joe Hill: Book Review

  9. Dawkdawn by Jay Kristoff

  10. Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston: Book Review

  11. Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid: Book Review

  12. The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin: Book Review

  13. The Tea Dragon Society by Katie O’Neill: Book Review

  14. A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare: Book Review


As always, thanks for reading!

Sarah<3<3

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Leah On The Offbeat by Becky Albertalli: Book Review

Good hello, friends! Happy Wednesday! How’s your week going? I’m back and hitting you up with a book review! I’m just about done with my September books to review, then on to October!

My Lame Synopsis: From the very successful Simon Vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda, we get Leah’s own story. Goodreads

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My Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars

I couldn’t help but compare Leah on The Offbeat with Becky Albertalli’s previous book, Simon Vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda. I even reread Simon after reading Leah’s story and I can say with confidence that Simon is the better book. The storytelling felt like it was lazily done in  Leah On The Offbeat. The story was nice, but nothing special, very generic.

None of the characters were particular outstanding. As much as I could relate with Leah, she was too self-deprecating and insecure. Sure, it’s fairly realistic for one to have inner dialogue of self doubt and to have a negative thoughts. But I felt Leah took it too far to the point it was triggering for me. It’s already very hard to be positive and to give yourself self love, but Leah could have had some more character growth in that regard. Or at the very least, by the end of the book Leah could have started trying to be nicer to herself.

I wish there was more of a journey with Leah’s sexuality. I have yet to come across a book with bisexuality representation that really captures the struggle like The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid did.

As always, thanks for reading!

Sarah<3<3

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November Wrap Up ~2019

Good hello, friends! Happy Tuesday! I have no doctor appointments today so I’ll mainly focusing on my to do list like writing my November wrap up! I finished 17 books in November! 😀 I’m definitely clapping myself on the back for that!! Crazy that in a month the decade will come to a close!

Let’s Just Jump Into It!



Illuminae by Ami Kaufman & Jay Kristoff

I’m definitely glad that I reread Illuminae reading the physical book along side the audiobook! I absolutely loved it! Who needs TV when you can read the audiobook with the physical book and get such an experience! Goodreads

5 Stars


The Shining by Stephen King

I finally did it! I finished The Shining! I felt it was very slow with a few intense scenes that left me at the edge of my seat. I so loved Danny, he was definitely the best part of the book. I didn’t like Wendy very much and I’m starting to see a trend in his female characters. Goodreads

3.5 Stars


Darkdawn by Jay Kristoff

That’s right, two Jay Kristoff novels last month! I can’t believe (still) that this series is done. What a final book! I loved it. I know there’s been some mix reviews, but that can be said for the previous two books, so *shrug*.  Goodreads

5 Stars


Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

I’m killing it with my rereads! Now if only I can start killing my physical TBR, haha. I think I said this for my reread of The Hunger Games, but I’m enjoying the series way more this time around then the first. I think it’s because I have matured and have a more firm grasp of lost, grief, etc. Goodreads

4 Stars


Brain on Fire by Susannah Cahalan

Wow, what a crazy story. Of course, I only hear that’s there a movie adaption after I finished the book, but hey, I can can still watch it! There were a few things that I could relate to with my chronic illness. For example, the experience of not knowing what’s wrong with you and taking forever to get answers. Goodreads

4 Stars


Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

So I picked this up again because a BookTuber I like was also rereading it and my library so happened to have it. I had a lot of fun re-experiencing the characters that I love so much, especially now that I have read Leah On The Offbeat. Goodreads

5 Stars


The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

Wow! Why haven’t I read this sooner? I loved this! Since I read it as audiobook I really want to now read it physically so I can annotate it! So beautiful and magical! What can I say I’m a romantic at heart. Goodreads

5 Stars


Josh & Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating by Christina Lauren

I recently finished The Hating Game by Sally Thorne so I have to try to not confuse that Josh with this Josh. I really related to Hazel, I loved how weird she was. Josh and Hazel were both cute and even more adorable together. There were two narrator’s and I didn’t love the voice the male narrator decided to use for Hazel. Goodreads

3.5 Stars


Misery by Stephen King

Another Stephen King under my belt! I actually really enjoyed this one! There were a lot of intense moments, more than The Shining. An actual good female character. She was a real creep. I did struggle with the audiobook because of my brain fog and the writing style, I got lost a few times. Goodreads

4 Stars


To All The Boys I Loved Before by Jenny Han

Another reread! I had so much fun listening to the audiobook! I think I appreciate Lara Jean’s choice’s more now that I have seen the movie and fell in love Peter. I didn’t like him much at all from the book when I first read it. Goodreads

4 Stars


A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

What a great book about grief! One was a great, lovable grump who just couldn’t say no when his neighbours needed his help. Goodreads

5 Stars


Sadie by Courtney Summers

Amazing! Damn, this was heartbreaking. The whole book was just so intense. Goodreads

5 Stars


Golden Son by Pierce Brown

So, I know that I said when I read Red Rising by Pierce Brown that I won’t continue the series, but I saw the audiobook sitting on my library app, available. I thought there had to be a reason why people loved the series so much. I proceeded to download the book and started listening. I was actually surprised by how much I enjoyed it! Goodreads

4 Stars


Get A Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert

I actually already reviewed this! I also had the opportunity to interview the author! Get A Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert: Interview and Book Review

5 Stars


Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

I have now completed the series for the second time! I hated the ending when I first read Mockingjay. But I actually loved it this time around. Peta is definitely a totally different character to me and means so much to me now. Goodreads

4 Stars


 

Tell Me How You Really Feel by Aminah Mae Safi

I unfortunately really did not like this. I didn’t like it to the point I was considering DNF’ing it. I only continued because it’s a f/f romance. There were way too many unnecessary plot points in such a short points of time. One of the main character’s felt they were there only to drive the plot. She didn’t feel like a real character and I disliked her the most. Goodreads

2.5 Stars


The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi

I’m kind of meh about this book. I wasn’t terribly excited for this because I heard people comparing it to Six of Crows and I didn’t want that. I’m relieved that I didn’t feel like it was that similar. It was only when I thought about it did I see similarities. It didn’t take away from my experience of the book. I liked that it was set in the real world with real world places. It kind of reminded me of the movie National Treasure with Nicolas Cage. Goodreads

3.5 Stars


As always, thanks for reading!

Sarah<3<3

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WWW Wednesday ~ 11/27/19

Good hello, friends! Happy Wednesday! I haven’t done one of these in a while so I thought it would be fun to do it now!

Now to get to WWW Wednesday! I love these questions because I always want to know what everyone is reading! I would really love for you to answer these questions in the comments!

WWW Wednesday

 

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @Taking On a World of Words, with the rules being to answer the following three questions:

  1. What are you currently reading?
  2. What did you recently finish reading?
  3. What do you think you’ll read next?

1. What are you currently reading?

I feel like I’ve been reading Tell Me How You Really Feel by Aminah Mae Safi for way too long. Two thirds of the book I had a hard time getting into it because plot relied on stereotypes to create friction between the characters. I know it’s YA, but that’s not enough for me, for one character to hate another. I’m also listening to Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins as a reread! I’ve had so much fun reread this series! I only have a couple of hours left!


2. What did you recently finish reading?

So in the time that I had started Tell Me How You Really Feel, I finished two audiobooks! The first was Golden Son by Pierce Brown. I was so surprised that I liked this and how much I liked it! For the first book, Red Rising, I borderline hated that book. Golden Son was really good! I’m surprised! Then I immediately picked up The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern! Wow, what a beautiful, magical book! I already want to reread it!


3. What you think you’ll read next?

I think it’s about time I picked up The Hating Game by Sally Thorne. I’ve been telling a coworker I will, but I didn’t expect Tell Me How You Really Feel would take this long. I think it’s time I find out what all the hype is about.

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Pictures are from my bookstagram account and Goodreads!

As always, thanks for reading!

Sarah<3<3

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November TBR ~2019

Good Hello, friends! Now this isn’t really a full TBR, but mostly a list of books I have on loan from the library. I’m thinking I’m going to mood read physical books because there’s new releases like Get A Life, Chloe Brown that I want to read. Happy book birthday by the way! In case you missed it, I posted October Wrap Up ~2019 yesterday! It was late and I’m sorry about that. For some reason I completely forgot to post it. Oops! Anyways!!



Illuminae by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff

I finally reread Illuminae physically with the audiobook! I’m been wanting to do for a year or so. Pretty much when I started hearing amazing things about the audiobook. I actually have already finished this! Goodreads


The Shining by Stephen King

I’m so close to finishing The Shining! I’m hoping to finish it today, but if not, tomorrow for sure! I just have 80 pages left! I am enjoying it but the tension isn’t there like with Pet Sematary. Far too many times I’ve fallen asleep with the book in my hand. Goodreads


Darkdawn by Jay Kristoff

Another book that I started in October and I’m so close to finishing it! I was hoping to finish it during the weekend, but oh well! I am loving this final book! I have teared up, however, I haven’t sobbed I think I have passed the scene that made everyone cry. But I pretty much expected it to happen. We still have the final 75 pages left to make me cry so we’ll see! Goodreads


Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

Of course I have continued my reread of The Hunger Games series! So far, I think the first book is my favourite action wise, but book 2 is my favourite for characters. Oh, and I finished this over the weekend. Goodreads


Brain on Fire by Susannah Cahalan

Ever since I’ve heard about this book. I’ve been interested in reading her story. I’m just about to finish the audiobook, probably after writing up this TBR actually. I learned a lot and hit me in ways I didn’t expect. I just finished Brain on Fire before posting! Goodreads


Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

Another book that I wanted to reread. I don’t have a lot of time left on the audiobook on my loan so I might not be able to read it this month. But after I finish Brain on Fire, I plan on trying! Goodreads


The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

Again, a book’s loan that might expire before I get to it, but that’s okay. I don’t always get to every book on my TBR anyway! I thought it was about time with Morgenstern finally releasing another book after years of releasing this one! Goodreads


Josh & Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating by Christina Lauren

I had a lot of fun reading my first Christina Lauren, The Unhoneymooners, so I’m thinking of trying other books by them! Goodreads


Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake

I really thought I was never going to pick this one up. And yet, here I am. I have it on loan and I hear Booksandlala from Booktube is also reading it this month! We’ve just have to see if we like it or not! Goodreads


Misery by Stephen King

Yup! That’s right! I’m continuing to read Stephen King past October! Why the heck not, right?! I’ve heard such great things about Misery and being multiple of people’s favourite book that I thought it would be a good choice. Goodreads


A Man Called One by Fredrik Backman

I have absolutely no idea what’s this is about I just know it’s popular! I knew at some point, but I can’t remember now. Let’s see if I like it! Goodreads


As always, thanks for reading!

Sarah<3<3

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