I know that it’s been a while since I posted, but life’s crazy. But I’m back, ain’t ya happy? I know you are. But anyway, I’ve brought you guys my March TBR and I’m so excited because I have something prepared! From now on I’ll choose my tbr by criterias! You probably don’t care, but I do!
I’m really taking my time reading this series and that’s okay just purely for the fact that the next book is approximately going to be released in 89 years.
This is a series that I much enjoy, it’s huge, it’s amazing, I have that edition where it’s in two parts and this is the The freaking last book I cannot believe that I have finally gotten to the last book I don’t want this to end but it’s going to happen I’m not ready.
I’ve heard that this book has a gay main character? I could be totally wrong but I hope I’m not.
Let’s see if I can give you guys a synopsis.
There’s a guy who finds a book…and…that’s all I know.
Everyone’s talking about, people seem to love it, I’ve read The Night Circus by this author and enjoyed it so let’s see what this is gonna be.
So, apparently there are two sisters, one of them like ending people’s life as a hobby, the other one is cool about it until her sister targets someone she likes, then she’s like “back off, sister” I least I think. I could be making this up.
It’s pretty self-explanatory, I Just pick something that I’m dying to read, whatever genre it might be. And I’m dying for a reread of The Gentleman’s guide to vice and virtue, it’s one of my faves, it’s been a while since I read it so I thought it’d be the perfect time to finally do it.
I really do like this criteria, I mean I do think that I tend to pick up sequels to books I like, but sometimes I just…don’t pick them up? So, I’ll keep this criteria until I run out of sequels, I’ve got a few. Anyway, I read the first book a couple of years ago, I did remember liking it, but not necessarily loving it, but also back then my reading taste was so different, I didn’t understand anything, but not having read a good couple of Victoria Schwab’s books, I’m pretty sure I’ll be able to appreciate this more. That being said, I don’t remember one thing that happened in the first book, so I’ll have to look up some spoilery summaries.
That’s all from me, I usually tend to read more than 5 books in a month, but who knows? Obviously, if I can I’ll just pick up whatever I like, but there’s also that huge George R. R. Martin book, so I dunno. But thanks for reading!