The books I want to read in January|TBR


Hello everyone!

Today I’m sharing with you how many books I want to read. There are a lot of books and my finals start on the 15th so I don’t know if I’ll be able to read all of these. But I’ll try!

Currently Reading

#1 – Fix me by Lisa M. Cronkhite – ebook – I got a review copy through NetGalley

#2 – Carry On by Rainbow Rowell – Paperback

#3 – Feel me Fall by James Morris – ebook – a review copy was sent to me by the author (I know I’m still reading that one. As it is on my iPad (where I rarely read) I’m slow at reading it. But I like it)

#4 – Wonder Woman Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo – Paperback


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#1 – A gathering of Shadows by V.E.Schwab – Paperback

#2 – Even the Darkest Stars by Heather Fawcett – Hardcover – September Fairyloot Book

#3 – Gemina by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff – Paperback

#4 – Throne of Glass by Sarah J.Maas – Paperback

#5 – Warcross by Marie Lu – Paperback


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The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones by Cassandra Clare – Paperback – 1st book for the Beat the Backlist 2018 Challenge


All of these books (not the books I didn’t finish before 31st December 2017) are the ones I’m going to read for the Beat the Backlist Reading Challenge. I did not count the books I plan to read on my kindle this month. So it’s possible that I read more than the ones listed above.

In total, I plan to read 10 books. (7 paperbacks, 2 ebooks and one Hardcover) I did already read one book this month. (Paperback and a total of 506 pages)

What do you guys plan to read this month? Let me know in the comments below!

My December Wrap-Up will probably go live next week!


18 thoughts on “The books I want to read in January|TBR

  1. Mathangi says:

    Great choice of books you got here! I have Gemina, Warcross, Wonder Woman on my list too, although I don’t know when I’ll get around to them. :’D

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  2. Chauncey Rogers says:

    Already one book done? Nice work!
    I’m reading “The Making of Jurassic Park” and “Napoleon: A Life.” Neither are fiction, but both are fascinating to me. So far, I’m really enjoying them.
    My fiction read right now is “Fender.” It’s gonna be a sob-story, so I’ve heard. Not far enough in myself to know. We’ll see!

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  3. terriluvsbooks says:

    Hi. I’m new to your blog. I found you through Gayathri @ Elgee Writes. I’ve only read the Susan Maas book. I started Mortal Instruments but didn’t finish. I hope you get them all read and good luck on your finals.

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  4. Olivia-Savannah says:

    I don’t set TBRs anymore because I don’t really stick to them and they provide me with unnecessary deadline stress even though they are self applied πŸ˜› But all the books on your TBR are books I haven’t read and want to read. I hope you love them all and enjoy it all πŸ˜€ And yay for reading City of Bones. I love that series ❀

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  5. Ruby's Books says:

    Hi Phannie! I don’t actually know what I plan to read this month, except from one of my Beat The Backlist books, The Pelican Brief. I usually don’t set TBRs because I never stick to them. So I just pick whatever book appeals to me and that’s it. I do know that I want to start my reread of the Beautiful Creatures series this month, so I guess that’s almost like setting up a TBR? Good luck with your reading!


  6. Anna @ The Bibliotaph says:

    Maybe I missed the hype, but why haven’t I heard more about Carry On by Rainbow Rowell? I feel like her earlier books got so much more attention.
    Regardless, I hope you enjoy it and come tell all of us how wonderful it is:)


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