January 2016 TBR

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I have to say it is strange to write 2016 and I almost did write 2015 right there. But welcome to a New Year! I hope everyone’s transition went well! I have a bit of a more ambitious TBR this month, but with the side note that I am not going to be sad/mad/whatever if I don’t actually read all of it. Here’s my plan:

  • Seven Ways We Lie by Riley Redgate
    This was on my December TBR as well and I am currently at 28% and am hoping to finish it soon!
  • Roger et ses Humains by Paka/Cyprien Iov
    A French Comic Book? What? Yes, I read that and I (luckily) even understood it. Actually, I finished it at 1 AM in the new year and am planning on reviewing it very soon. I hope this will go over well!
  • Once Upon a Time – Red’s Untold Tale by Wendy Toliver
    Although the show Once Upon a Time definitely has it’s ups and downs, I simply couldn’t resist this book. I got it for Christmas and was so happy, because it is simply gorgeous! I cannot wait to find out about Red’s/Ruby’s backstory!
  • S. by J.J. Abrams/Doug Dorst
    I’ve seen this book around in the bookstore a couple of times, but I had no clue what it was about, therefore I was thoroughly surprised when I got it as a present from one of the best people on the planet, my cousin, Julia. It’s this very strange adventure book with like 3 different stories and postcards and newspaper cutouts in it. It’s going to be so exciting, even though I don’t think that it’s a book that you read in a linear fashion.
  • Red Rising by Pierce Brown
    I heard so many good things about it and lastly the videos on Tashapolis channel on YouTube really convinced me to give it a go. I am definitely looking forward to getting into this series!
  • Zeroes by Scott Westerfeld/Margo Lanagan/Deborah Biancotti
    People with lousy superpowers? Count me in!
  • Did I Mention I Need You? by Estelle Maskame
    Okay, I am not sure this is really happening this month, but maybe I am going to do a buddy read with Cristina for this one. We were lucky and got copies for it for spreading some love for the first book of the series, Did I Mention I Love You?, which we both liked. Are we still on for that? Want to post-pone it?

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So, that’s it! Click on the covers if you want to know more about the books! What are you planning on reading this month?

55 thoughts on “January 2016 TBR

  1. 7 ways we lie sounds great! And I read ‘Uglies’ by Scott Westerfield. Can’t say it was my favourite book but maybe Zeroes is better! Happy new year! Xx

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  2. great TBR, i’m curious about Red Rising too, it helps that the author is one gorgeous human being. Oh yeah! Did I mention I need you? YES! I’ll put it in my tbr too and we’ll see if we can get to it this month or if we have to leave it do February 😉 (it’s not like we don’t talk everyday :P)

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  3. AH YOU ARE READING A FRENCH COMIC BOOK?! Let’s speak French then!! :p Sorry for the all caps there, haha. And about writing 2015, well, I’m still stuck somewhere in 2011 sometimes when writing dates, so…no worries, haha :p
    I’m planning on reading Seven Ways We Lie very soon, I hope you’re liking it so far! 😀

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    • I think I should probably point out that while I do understand French in writing and when someone speaks a at a decent speed, I totally suck at talking and writing myself. I haven’t needed it for years now and I am totally rusty :/
      I think Seven Ways We Lie is quite funny so far. A fast and easy read, but nothing that really blows you away either.

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  4. I have heard so many things about S. and I am really intimidated by that book. It just seems like it would take ages to read. It’s also the reason that I haven’t bought it for myself yet. I look forward to hearing what you think about that book! 😀

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  5. I’m going to try to read S. this year, too! I got a copy on Book Outlet a while ago, but haven’t picked it up yet. And I’m so excited you decided to read Red Rising – it’s one of my favorites!

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  6. Red Rising has been on my TBR for the longest time but I’l still not quite sure about it. Can’t wait to hear your thoughts! I learn French and my teacher is always telling me to read French books or watch French movies but I’m not sure I would be able to keep up! Enjoy these books 🙂

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    • I’m really excited for Red Rising 🙂 I’ll make sure to review it when I’m done.
      I think comic books are the best when you are not sure about your language skills! They don’t have that much dialogue or description and of course the pictures help hahaha

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  7. I’m busy reading Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain and I’ve also got The Girl on the Train on my list. Also hoping to finish Wild Swans and maybe even revisit Middlemarch.

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    • I have to be honest and say that I know none of those books, except for The Girl on the Train. It was very popular in the bookshop I worked at! Everyone said it kept them on the edge of their seat most of the time 🙂

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