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My August 2016 TBR

This has to be one of the hardest TBR lists I’ve had to do – I got so many great books at YALC that I want to read them all first.

But chosen I have. 3 full books, one World Book Day short read and a selection of samplers.

Firstly the book not pictured is Landline by Rainbow Rowell which I started reading on my Kindle during July and would like to finish.

Next up is Haunt Me by Liz Kessler which is an exclusive YALC Early Proof as it isn’t being released until October 2016. I started it on the train home from London (before the ehaustion of running up and down the hotel stairs at 1am the night before thanks to repeated fire alarms caught up with me and I fell asleep) and the first few chapters have been really good.

Harry Potter And The Cursed Child by J. K. Rowling is obviously going to be on this month’s list because I need to make sure I read it before spoilers happen. As much as I hope that people are going to continue to #KeepTheSecrets, they aren’t going to be kept forever.

Then there is the World Book Day short read Kindred Spirits by Rainbow Rowell that I picked up at YALC – it’s clearly a Rainbow Rowell kind of month!

The samplers I picked for August were simply the first few that I pulled out of my suitcase because there’s no way I was going to be able to choose between them all.

So we have Black Light Express by Philip Reeve, Girl ❤ Girl by Lucy Sutcliffe, 13 Minutes by Sarah PinboroughRevenger by Alastair Reynolds and Prescient by Derek Murphy.


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