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My May 2018 TBR

May! We have glorious sunshine here, but it did start out frosty so clearly Spring isn’t done with us quite yet!

In April I finished Fahrenheit 451 and I’m Not Sure About God and 3/4 finished A Brief History Of Time. I also started a fourth book but only got a few pages in, so am going to put that one down for May.

Again, I’m not making a huge list and I’m not putting pressure on myself to read anything if I don’t feel like it.

I am hoping to read:

A Brief History Of Time by Stephen HawkingThe Smut Club choice for April that I am quite a long way through and have until 5th April to finish. That should be plenty of time (real time, not imaginary time which is apparently a real astrophysics thing…)

The Girl In The Red Coat by Kate Hamer – This is the one I started last month and I was enjoying it but it got put down when I started A Brief History because that book is HARD and requires all my brain power. I will pick this pack up once that’s finished with!

A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness – This is Liberty’s book that has been sat on my shelf waiting for me to read for far too long. I need to read it and give it back.

Circles Of Hell (Penguin Little Black Classics #25) by Dante – I listened to the Fictional podcast retelling of Dante’s Inferno and really enjoyed it. It has inspired me to pick this up out of my ever growing collection of Little Black Classics that I’m building. I’d probably never read the full Inferno but I can manage this sized excerpt, I’m sure.

Smut Club Book – Whatever that may be! (Hopefully it will be a bit less mind-bending than April’s!)



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