November 25, 2017

End Of The Year TBR // 2017.

Heeeello, everyone!

Guys, the year is almost over and I'm having a hard time accepting it. Like, how is the time going by so fast? What's going on? So, since we can't hit the breaks I thought I would start planning for the end of the year because I have no other option. I've been seeing a lot of book bloggers and booktubers share the books they want to read before 2017 ends and I thought it would be fun to do it too. I've had these books on my TBR for quite some time and it's time to get them read and out of my shelves - I hardly ever keep books I've already read, I usually donate them because I have very limited space in my room.

We have quite a mix today. Some YA contemporary, romance and high fantasy. I'm really excited to read all of these and I honestly can't wait. I just wish I had more time to read even more books, says every book lover in the entire world. So, time is of the essence, let's get to it!

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Confessions of a Shopaholic - Sophie Kinsella // I'm a huge Sophie Kinsella fan. She's one of my most read authors and I think I've read more than 5 books from her, which is rare for me. I only read this much from one author when I'm addicted to a series and that pretty much only happens when it's fantasy, like Harry Potter or A Series of Unfortunate Events, not contemporary and not with stand alone books. She's that good. Her books are always super funny and they grip my attention like no other. I saved Confessions of a Shopaholic for last because I've already watched the movie and I didn't want to have it fresh in my mind while reading it.  

A Thousand Pieces of You - Claudia Gray // I've been meaning to read this book for months. I got it in this haul in MAY and I still haven't read it - this is why you should buy so many books all at one, Michele! I don't now much about this book, I mainly got it for the cover, but it has really high rating on GoodReads and that's enough for me.

By Your Side - Kasie West // I discovered Kasie West this year and I'm hooked. I read The Fill-In Boyfriend in March and it was so cute that I just need more Kasie West in my life. Sometimes it's good to read something light and fun - those books that give you a warm feeling and make you think that world probably won't end this year (maybe in 2018). I decided to go for the audiobook in this case because I needed something to keep me busy at the gym. 

So Near The Horizon - Jessica Koch // Jessica was kind enough to reach to me and ask me to read her book, so the least I can do is actually read it. I'm actually read excited about this one, a lot of people on GoodReads have been saying really nice things about it and the reviews are super positive. 

The Hobbit - J. R. R. Tolkien // I've already started reading this one and I'm LOVING it. I have no idea why it took me so long to read these books and I'm already planning on starting Lord Of The Rings. 

Hopefully, these won't be the only books I read until the end of 2017. I just don't want to start the new year with these books still on my TBR. I've already completed my 2017 Reading Challenge, so it will be good to have a new challenge to keep me motivated to read. I love reading, but Netflix and life in general sometimes get in the way and it's hard to go back to the same pace. Let me know on the comments which books you still want to read this year, I'd love to know!

What are you currently reading?
Have you ever read any of these?

Let's chat!

Thanks so much for reading and come back soon! 


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