Books I can’t believe I haven’t read yet (and neither will you)

In the book blogging community, it is easy to find out about new books. Everyone spends their time screaming about them, reviewing them, tweeting about the newest releases. Everyone spends a whole lot of time hyping up books for you and shoving them down your throat. In a very nice and sweet and endearing way, obviously.

If it’s easy to find out about new books, it’s not that easy to read them all.

From a small Goodreads TBR of a little over 50 books back when I started blogging, to one of 306 books and growing, from buying one book to wanting to buy and pre-order everything…Blogging has changed a lot of things in my reading habits. Blogging has added TONS of incredible-looking books on my TBR as well.

Yet, if I wished I had unlimited time to read all of these glorious books, I just haven’t found a way to do so just yet. Other strange factors we didn’t even think about before we were blogging are coming, too, such as the TOO MUCH HYPE problem. There’s also the fact that money doesn’t grow on trees and books don’t show up by surprise in my mail.

So I made a small list. There are probably more books than that belonging here, because I am filled with shame. Feel free to throw tomatoes at me and tell me that I am cruelly missing out or failing as a reader. No. Seriously. Here is my list of…

Wildly popular (for the most part, I think?) YA books I can’t believe I haven’t read yet.

Please be gentle.

Yes. I’m doing this right, feel free to scream at me right away. EVERYONE has been hyping up this book and this series for ALL times, yet it’s here. Oops? I’m sorry? Please don’t hate me.Why I haven’t read this book just yet? To be honest? I think it’s the hype.

 

Red Rising is another incredibly popular book, one that I heard had fantastic world-building. I don’t know if I will ever read it, because I think it was a pretty violent book as well and…I’m still unsure about where I stand with dystopian books anymore. I’ll have to give this one a try? Maybe?

 

I have been really curious about this book ever since I first heard about it. I love the cover -shallow reason, sorry not sorry-, I like the synopsis and I heard it has beautiful writing. I don’t know why I haven’t read that yet, I have NO valid reason.

 

Okay, so… The Mortal Instruments and all of the aside series I can’t remember the name of right now, are WILDLY popular books. I remember reading City of Bones years and years ago and remember not picking up the rest of the series… I don’t know why, at the time. Now, I have a feeling I kind of lost interest in it overall.

I was a HUGE fan of the Wrath and the Dawn series, yet mixed reviews made me put reading Flame in the Mist off for… so, so long now. I am still really interested in reading it, though, and knowing whether I fall into the “hit” or “miss” category.

 

This book… I wouldn’t even know where to start, somehow? I feel like it was ALL OVER the blogosphere and that everyone but me, just like Six of Crows, have read this book. I read my first Laini Taylor book this year though and I’m curious to see what she can do and… yes, that one definitely will stay on the TBR no matter what.

 

I think A Monster Calls is one of the books I am the most ashamed of, on this list. I know it’d be a book for me, I know I could fall in love with it, yet I also know that it’s one of these books that will DESTROY me. I haven’t read it just yet because, somehow, I still don’t feel ready for it?

 

I loved Becky Albertalli’s debut, Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda. Her sophomore novel has been sitting on my TBR ever since I first heard about it and… I can’t think of any good excuse to explain why I haven’t read it yet. BUT I KNOW I WILL. It sounds fantastic and relatable and like my kind of book.

Fangirl has been recommended to me so, so many times and it sits on many of my friends’ favorites shelves. I just… I don’t know why I haven’t read that one yet, either. I bought other books instead, somehow. But I WILL READ IT.

 

The last book on this list is… an author, actually. I have been eyeing Anna-Marie McLemore’s books for a while now, falling in love with the synopsis of The Weight of Feathers and constantly adding her next books to my TBR without ever buying one. Someday I WILL buy them and read them all and.. .hopefully they will live up the hype I am building in my head.

 

I am sure there are more, more and more books I could add to this “not read but should have” TBR. If you’ll excuse me, I will go hide in a dark corner now.

Do we have any books we haven’t read in common? If yes, which ones? If not… which ones should I have read and bought already?? Let me know!

Is there any popular, or not so popular books you can’t believe you haven’t read, yet? Share them in comments!

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236 thoughts on “Books I can’t believe I haven’t read yet (and neither will you)

  1. AH i can’t believe you haven’t read Six of Crows yet. It’s okay though, I can’t really judge because the only other book on your list I read was the Upside of Unrequited (which I also loved!) A lot of these books are on my to read list, like Strange the Dreamer. I have to say I’m not ever really planning to read City of Bones, I’ve heard mixed reviews on it and don’t think it breaks out of the dystopian tropes enough to enjoy it. Great list!

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    1. Haha don’t worry,I can’t believe I haven’t read it, either, haha. I feel a bit ashamed. I will get to it this year though, I can’t WAIT. I’m also eager to read the Upside, it sounds like my kind of book ❀
      Thank you so, so much for your comment, Sydney! ❀ ❀

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  2. Some of your not-read-yet books are still on my TBR as well, Marie – and I have read some others.

    Strange the Dreamer is one I really want to read, and I own it… I just haven’t gotten around to it yet.

    I still haven’t read Simon vs… but I have read The Upside of Unrequited.

    I agree – there are just SO many incredible-looking books out there. And we only have the same amount of hours in a day as everyone else (unfortunately!) so it’s impossible to get to them all at once.

    Blogging has expanded my reading horizons in ways I would have never imagined. And I love that the same is the case for you!

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    1. Oh, what did you think of The Upside? πŸ™‚ I LOVED Simon so, so much, I hope you will read it soon and will love it πŸ™‚ ❀

      It's so hard, seeing all of these books and wanting to read them all, but we only have so little time in one day to read… we can't do everything, I guess, haha πŸ™‚ I LOVE that so so much, how blogging broadened my horizons. It's one of the best things about blogging for sure πŸ™‚

      Thank you so, so much for your sweet comment, Lexxie! ❀ ❀

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  3. I haven’t read anything but Strange The Dreamer and A Monster Calls. I honestly don’t want to read Six Of Crows or Mortal Instruments, too overhyped for me, I guess. Fangirl has been on my TBR for a while, but I don’t know when I’ll read it.
    Strange The Dreamer is more beautiful than it’s cover. It’s… Unconveyable except by reading, which you definitely should, especially if you’re in a world-built, fantasy mood.
    A Monster Calls is surreal, so the tragedy is both set at a distance and brought close at the same time. An exploratory mood is good, but if you’re feeling really sad, maybe not.

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    1. OH I get it, the hype can be a bit of a turn-off sometimes. As long as you read the books you really want to read, that’s what matters πŸ™‚

      Wow, you are making a strong case for Strange the Dreamer here! I hope I can read this book this year, it sounds fantastic and quite unforgettable πŸ™‚
      I need to read A Monster Calls, but… when I’m in the mood for it, since it’s a very sad book, haha πŸ™‚

      Thank you so, so much for your sweet comment ❀ ❀

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  4. I hate to be redundant but Six of Crows? READ IT! Although I also own Crooked Kingdom and haven’t picked it up since I bpught it. Why? Six of Crows took a lot out of me. It was FAB but dark and brooding too, you know? Strange the Dreamer was amazing. And Amazingly weird? For me I was enthralled with her writing but not the story. I have read all of Cassandra Clare’s novels (not the short stories though) and really like them. That first series is probably my least favorite but you have to have read them for the history in tye reat of the novels. The most current series has been her best writing yet and has the most diverse cast of characters, so catch up so we can discuss! I own a Star Touched Queen and haven’t read it yet. Don’t purchase it! I’ll send mine to you when I’m done. Maybe we can write a duo review? Could be fun. I am too old for Fangirling I think. I don’t Fangirl over anything! Lol. A Monster Calls? How have I not heard of this one! From everyones raves I must be living under a rock. Going to look it up right now. I too want to copy this post. What a great idea!!! Thanks Marie!

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    1. Hahaha I KNOW I AM SUCH A FAILURE, I am ashamed. I will read Six of Crows this year, feel free to remind me to every two weeks if you have to! I WILL READ IT. And… it’s good, in a way, when a book just has such an impact on you. Maybe if I get to read SoC soon, we can buddy-read Crooked Kingdom πŸ˜€
      That’s what I understood about Clare’s novels – I heard that The Infernal Devices series is much better, though. I’ll have to give it some thought before getting into her books πŸ™‚
      And what? You’re WAY too sweet, you do know that you would have to ship the book all the way to France? This is WAY too sweet of you ❀ ❀ I'd love to do a duo review of some kind, it could be so much fun πŸ˜€
      Oh please write a post like this on your blog, I would LOVE to see your own list of books!
      Thank you so, SO much for your sweet comment! ❀ ❀ ❀

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  5. Dude, if you were bored by City of Bones, please do yourself a favor and skip the rest. I, for some inexplicable reason, forced myself to continue even though I was over it by book 3, and ughhh. If I could get those hours back! I was on the fence about Red Rising too, then (again) forced myself, and YEP, another terrible idea. Upside of Unrequited and Strange the Dreamer were both really good. And A Monster Calls, too! Six of Crows and TSTQ were both good enough, but underwhelming for me when compared to the hype. As for the others… I am right there in failure with you! Especially your reason for Flame in the Mist, I am scared too!

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    1. OH damn :/ I’m sorry the City of Bones series didn’t get any better for you. to be honest, I don’t know if I’ll ever continue on with it. I’m sorry Red Rising wasn’t for you, either! I have heard lots of great things about the series, but I’m not sure it’d be for me.
      SO glad you loved The Upside and Strange The Dreamer! The hype is so scary, it’s bothering when the book doesn’t live up to it :/
      We’ll have to read flame in the mist this year and keep our fingers crossed that we love it then πŸ™‚
      Thank you so, so much for your comment, Shannon! ❀

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  6. I haven’t read Six of Crows either!! I think I’ll like it!? It sounds good? But yet?? To be fair, it’s not in the library, and so I haven’t got around to buying it yet. Maybe one day, let’s see. But Marie GURL you will 95% LOVE Fangirl and The Weight of Feathers and Upside and while Strange The Dreamer isn’t exactly your thing it’s really beautiful and SO week written OMG yesssss. I kind of DNF’d The Star Touched Queen, but I want to try again because I own it. And like you, I’ve totally lost interest in the Mortal Instruments series, even though so many people love it, haha. Great post!

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    1. I am so nervous about Six of Crows haha but I WILL READ IT someday, I swear I will. We’ll have to read it / talk about it together once we finally get around to it πŸ™‚
      I have a feeling Fangirl and The Weight of Feathers would be books for me, I can’t WAIT to read them πŸ™‚
      Thank you so much, Shar! xx

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  7. Six of Crows and The Mortal Instruments and Flame in the Mist! TMI is just.. because of Jace really. I love that guy, cannot help it. It’s been ages since I read those books though…

    As for books you mention that I haven’t read yet either.. Oh boy.
    All others? But the ones I actually OWN already: The Upside of Unrequited, Fangirl. That’s it.
    Really interested in Red Rising though. People keep saying I’ll love those books.. But I should really read more off my TBR before adding to it.. Like, I really should..

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    1. I will read SoC this year, I HAVE TO. I swear I will haha πŸ™‚
      I hope we’ll both read Fangirl and The Upside, both sounds like such fun, uplifting books with great characters πŸ˜€
      Haha I get the feeling… it’s hard NOT to add books to our TBRs, though. Impossible, even πŸ˜›

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      1. Yes you have to! Haha, indeed they do. I’ve heard great things about both those books already so I definitely need to dive into those. Won’t be soon though. I’ve been reading so much contemporary lately, that I’m definitely ready for my fantasy-month to begin. :’)
        Yup! Although I think I’ve been behaving so far.. I think.. I don’t even want to check right now because I’ll end up being wrong. :’)

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  8. Ahhh you’ve gotta read Upside, A Monster Calls, SOC and Strange the Dreamer!!!! All of them are some of my all time favourites 😍 I can definitely see you loving Upside if you enjoyed Simon. I wasn’t the biggest fan of Star Touched, but the writing IS beautiful. You’re not alone with not having read some of these either because there’s quiet a few on this list I haven’t read either!! I have the same thoughts when it comes to The Mortal Instruments too. I want to continue this series because like the whole world has, but I also just don’t really care πŸ˜‚

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    1. I’m so happy to hear that, Lauren! I will definitely read SoC this year and… hopefully all of the others, too. I feel like the Upside could be one of these books that just… fits, with me, somehow? like I could fall in love with it πŸ™‚
      πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I kind of feel the same way? I’m curious about the series, yet… I don’t know if I really want to take the time to read it? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      Thank you so much for your comment, Lauren! xx

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  9. There are so many books that I haven’t read that that so many people have read. You’re not alone in a lot of these books. I haven’t read Six of Crows, Red Rising, The Star-Touched Queen, or Flame in the Mist either! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND READING A MONSTER CALLS!!!

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    1. AHHH I will read A Monster Calls soon then. Need to get ready for all the feels, but it sounds amazing πŸ˜‚ and let’s make 2018 the year we finally read SoC πŸ˜€
      Thank you, Ashley! πŸ˜€

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    1. Let’s hope we manage to read these books soon and most importantly, that we love them πŸ˜€
      Ahah thank you for the recommendation! I hope I’ll get to read Fangirl soon, then, it sounds like my kind of book πŸ˜€

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    1. There are too many books being released and just… WAY too many books to distract us πŸ˜‚ I guess if it’s meant to be, we will read these books… eventually πŸ˜‚
      Thank you so much for stopping by, twinnie! ❀ ❀

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  10. MARIEEEE IT’S BEEN SO LONG SINCE I’VE BEEN TO YOUR BLOG AND I’M ASHAMED BECAUSE I MISSED YOUR POSTS SO MUCH. ❀ ❀ *showers you with hugs and cookies*
    But Marie!! How! Could! You! Not! Read! Six of Crows!! *chases after you menacingly* πŸ˜‚ I'm sure you must've gotten tons of people who've told you to read it by now but seriously it is amazing.
    Oh and Red Rising! SUCH a good series, gosh, and I'm not a fan of dystopians anymore much either! Buuuuut it IS super violent. (BUT STILL SO GOOD.)
    I really loved all of the books on here pretty much, though I haven't read Strange the Dreamer either! Maybe we could buddy read it sometime (once I/we stop procrastinating on it…), everyone says such amazing things about it. But And Fangirl! The Upside of Unrequited! They are absolutely adorable and I KNOW you will enjoy them, okay, Marie GO READ THEM. πŸ˜„
    Loved this post!

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    1. AWWWW you always are spoiling me with your sweet comments and love, Analee, you’re the sweetest!! ❀ ❀
      I know I fail at life here πŸ˜‚ I will read SoC soon I PROMISE.
      Ohhh a buddy read of Strange the Dreamer could be amazing, I'd love that, yes πŸ˜€
      Thank you so, so much!!<3 ❀

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  11. Nooo don’t sit in a dark corner.πŸ˜‚ I think it’s impossible to keep up with all the new books!! I work REALLY hard at it and then always end up reading someone’s blog and going “holy heck how have I not read that book yet.”πŸ˜‚ I haven’t gotten to Flame in the Mist either and tbh I’m not enthused. I saw too many negative reviews. And I won’t absolutely screamingly rave over Six of Crows, Simon Vs, Strange the Dreamer, Fangirl, and A Monster Calls but *whispers* they’re super good.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    Oh and if it helps Red Rising is really more of a sci-fi than fantasy. But it IS super violent. Just to warn you!

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    1. I will read all of these books soon, I promise I will do my best to πŸ˜‚
      It is a bit crazy and overwhelming, at times. There are SO many books everywhere we want to read and not enough hours each day to get through them all??

      Thank you so much for the heads-up, that helps A lot. I don’t really do well with really violent books, so I think I’ll stay away from that one haha πŸ™‚

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  12. A Monster Calls and Red Rising are indeed incredible so I hope you love them as much as I did. Just have heart band-aids handy when you read A Monster Calls! It shred my heart to pieces! I was literally sobbing at the end.

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    1. So glad to hear you loved both of these books! I know. I am ready for all the emotions with A Monster Calls, I will prepare a gigantic box of tissues, just in case πŸ˜‚ Kidding. I KNOW I will need it by the end of this book πŸ˜‚
      Thank you so much for your comment! ❀

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    1. Well… I don’t think there is a certain amount that you should or should not have on your TBR to “qualify” as a book blogger or as being part of a community! You do you πŸ™‚

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  13. No worries Marie! I haven’t read most of these books on your list as well. And I’m sure there are plenty of other books that you’ve read that I haven’t read yet haha πŸ™‚ I would highly recommend The Upside – it is such a cute and fast read, I promise that once you start, you won’t be able to stop! I finished (the audiobook, actually) in 2 day haha :’) I also really really loved Fangirl! I recently read Strange the Dreamer and I think I like it better than Laini Taylor’s other series πŸ™‚ Hope that you will get around to these books one day and love them as much as I did ❀

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  14. Haha, through reading this I was like MARIE WHAT REALLY?! But actually, on reflection, I’m excited for you. You have some seriously fantastic reads ahead of you! I’m sure other people have said this already, but Fangirl would be a great starting place. It’s a romantic contemporary about fan culture and a shy girl figuring out her place in the world – it is so your kind of book!

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    1. Ohhh I’m so happy to hear that haha, I hope to read all of these books- or at least some of them, let’s not get carried away haha – this year. I can’t wait to read Fangirl, it does sound like my kind of book πŸ™‚
      Thank you so much!<3 ❀

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  15. I absolutely love this post, Marie 🌸
    There are so many books on this list that I too haven’t read yet! I have Six of Crows, Red Rising, The Star Touched Queen, Strange The Dreamer & Flame of Mist on my TBR.

    A Monster Calls is good but it wasn’t nearly as emotional as I thought it would be or wanted it to be. The Upside of Unrequited is absolutely amazing! The anxiety representation is just so perfect and amazing and it is one of my absolute favourite books. I also really enjoyed Fangirl, it was really good and if you’re a Drarry shipper then this will be the perfect read for you Marie xx

    I hope you enjoy all these books 🌸

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    1. Oh thank you so much, Michelle! I’m glad we have many books we haven’t read in common on here! Let’s hope we get around to these soon πŸ˜€

      Thank you for the recommendations! I feel like I will cry while reading A Monster Calls, but I’m very emotional with books hahaha πŸ™‚ and The Upside sounds amazing!! I can’t wait to read it πŸ™‚
      Thank you! ❀ ❀

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      1. I’m also SO emotional when it comes to books! It’s definitely a sad read, I think I just struggled to form a connection with the characters!
        Also Becky is releasing two more books this year and I cannot wait to get my hands on them 😁

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  16. Don’t worry I’ll join you with Six of Crows and Strange the Dreamer, because I haven’t read them either πŸ˜„ I probably won’t get around to the latter for a long while, because I don’t own the book and want to read Daughter of Smoke and Bone first, but with Six of Crows I’m determined πŸ˜€

    A Monster Calls is going to make you feel all the feels for sure 😱 The Star-Touched Queen is so beautiful, not only the writing, but literally everything else, I love this book so much πŸ’•

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    1. WELL LET’S BE DETERMINED TOGETHER? πŸ˜€ I want to read Six of Crows at some point this year, I HAVE TO haha πŸ™‚
      I’m so glad you love the star-touched queen, I’ve been hearing some mixed reviews about that one, but I’m still excited to read it πŸ™‚
      thank you so much, Caro!! ❀

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      1. YES ABSOLUTELY πŸ˜€ This is one of my goals as well: I must read Six of Crows this year, no more delays πŸ˜€
        I initially heard those mixed reviews as well, but for me personally the book and its writing style really worked well πŸ™‚
        πŸ’• πŸ’• πŸ’•

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  17. READ SIX OF CROWS READ SIX OF CROWS READ SIX OF CROWS. You have to drop everything and read it RIGHT NOW, Marie. I love that book too much to not scream at you for not reading it, damn it πŸ˜‚

    Now that that’s over, a lot of these books are books I haven’t read either? City of Bones I read as well (and did not like) but honestly I just want to skip over TMI & TID, and go straight for TDA. πŸ˜‚ I meant to read Upside a long time ago, but I didn’t! I don’t want to read Flame in the Mist bc of all those mixed reviews, but at the same time… Asian rep?? And oh, I’m 100% sure you will love Anna-Marie’s books! I feel like her books will totally play to your tastes. 😊

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    1. Hahaha well, scream at me all you want πŸ˜‚ I WILL Read it at some point this year, I SWEAR I WILL do my best to! πŸ˜‚ the pressure IS real hahaha.

      Aww I’m glad to hear you say that, I feel like Anna-Marie’s books could be such a right fit for me. I can’t wait to read them πŸ˜€
      Thank you!!! ❀

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  18. Through blogging my TBR has seriously become endless, I have books that I want to read/buy at all times. So keeping up with that and reading all the books is impossible (I really don’t have that much free time), so I completely get why you couldn’t get to these books. I have a ton that I should have read years ago as well! πŸ˜€
    Well, I highly recommend Six of Crowns, The Star-Touched Queen and A Monster Calls. They are all some of my all time favourite books and I would love to know your opinion on them (whenever you actually end up reading them that is).
    I haven’t read either Red Rising or Fangirl, even thought I have had them on my TBR for ages. I even own Fangirl, but have yet to pick it up. Also, I haven’t even read anything by Renee Ahdieh yet and I have wanted to read The Wrath and the Dawn since I heard that it was going to be released… πŸ˜€

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    1. Ohh thank you so much for the recommendations, I will definitely read these three soon, I have a feeling I could love The Star Touched Queen and A Monster Calls.. as for Six of Crows, I just have to read it and see what the fuss is all about, hahaha πŸ™‚
      It is so, so hard to keep up with our TBRs and to know which books we should pick up… there are just TOO many to choose from haha πŸ™‚
      thank you so much, Anna! πŸ˜€

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  19. MARIE YOU MUST READ THE UPSIDE OF UNREQUITED I KNOW YOU’LL LOVE IT. But I know there are about 2463158 other books out there calling your attention so I get that you haven’t gotten around to it yet haha
    I feel you on Six of Crows – it’s why I didn’t pick it up until last year but I don’t regret it – it really did live up to the hype πŸ˜€ I hope it will for you as well! Fangirl is also great but I haven’t read the others haha. I
    feel the same way about A Monster Calls. I absolutely love Patrick Ness, but I know it will rip my heart out into a billion pieces and then stomp on it, so yeah not ready haha
    I know it’s probably not like that, but I feel like some bloggers are just always so on top of everything? Like they’ve read and are reading everything?? HOW. They need to teach us their ways

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    1. OKAY I WILL soon I promise haha, the upside sounds like the kind of book I could LOVE, so I’ll try to get to it as soon as I can ❀ I'm glad that Six of Crows was worth it for you as well! ❀
      I don't know if I'll ever be ready for A Monster Calls πŸ˜‚ But… SOMEDAY we will read it πŸ˜‚
      I know, right ? some bloggers have read EVERYTHING, I don't understand HOW they do it πŸ˜‚

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  20. I’ve only read two of these, Fangirl and Strange the Dreamer. Strange the Dreamer has a hefty case of instalove, but if that doesn’t bother you the WB is of course excellent. I can see why you MUST keep it on your list!

    Fangirl was my FAVORITE book the year it came out. I love awkward girls so that’s no surprise. She is clueless about copyright too! And its set in college! Which is different.

    As for Six of Crows (shhhhhhhhhhh, don’t tell anyone, I’m glad I comment late on your posts so no one will see) I tried it and yeah, not a fan… not a fan at all. I’m not sure why people like Kaz either. My writing partner read it before me and warned me I would HATE it… I tried anyway cause of the hype and now I’m doomed to hell because I dnfed it was so bad!

    I sincerely hope you don’t hate any book you read Marie. I am blessed to go to a library and wouldn’t want anyone who has to buy all their books to regret. ❀

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    1. OH I’ll have to think about Strange the dreamer, I’m really curious to read more of this author’s work about about the world-building. AND YES I’ll have to read Fangirl soon then, it sounds like my kind of book ❀ ❀

      Well… It is refreshing to see not everyone loved Six of Crows, haha, takes a bit of the pressure off, thank you πŸ˜›

      Thank you so much for your sweet comment, Dani!! ❀ ❀ ❀

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  21. I haven’t read any of these either excepting the Mortal Instruments DD: These are some I have really been meaning to get around to for a while. Actually, top of my I’ve-been-meaning-to-get-to-it list has to be The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater…

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    1. YAY, I am not the only one not reading some popular books πŸ˜‚ That makes me feel better haha thank you πŸ˜›
      OHHH, you should read The Raven Boys soon – whenever you get the chance to! I read it because everyone kept telling me to, and did not regret it. I loved the world, the writing and the characters were incredible πŸ™‚
      Thank you so much for your comment! ❀

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    1. Ohhh I hope you’ll enjoy The Upside, I heard great things about this book πŸ˜€
      SAME, we will finally read this book this year, it’s a promise πŸ˜›
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment! ❀ ❀

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  22. I can say I’ve at least read one of the books you mentioned here – Six of Crows (I LOOOOVED it!). The only other one I’m interested in reading is The Upside Down of Unrequited.

    But I feel your pain when you say you’ve now got 300+ books on your Goodreads TBR thanks to blogging. Mine is now 100+ when before being exposed to the online book community, it was probably like ten or something hahaha

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    1. YAY that’s great! I’ll have to read Six of Crows soon ahah, happy you loved it πŸ˜€

      On the one hand, it’s amazing, because we have so many books to choose from! On the other hand… well, we just have SO MANY BOOKS hahahahaha it’s endless πŸ˜›

      Thank you so much, Bridget! xx

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  23. Me checking this list while thinking about what books we can buddy-read in the future because let’s be honest, I have many of these on my list too. BUUUT I have read Six of Crows and Fangirl and A Monster Calls and City of Bones (though this one was a total miss for me). I’m so disappointed with you for not reading A Monster Calls yet because it’s such a Marie book, how have you not??? I’m going to talk more about it on my blog from now on, so I can get you to read it, hmm. Also, Fangirl and Six of Crows are amazing too, and you should totally read them. Read SoC and come buddy-read Crooked Kingdom with me because I’ve been postponing reading this book for soooo long.

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    1. I know why I haven’t read A Monster Calls yet: because I will cry like a baby and I AM NOT READY for all of these feels?!! I will read it at some point, I know I have to and I know I will love it, I am just scaaaaared okay haha.
      OH THAT WOULD BE AMAZING??? Let’s plan that sometime!!! ❀

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    1. Oh yay I’m glad I’m not the only one there ahah πŸ™‚ I can’t wait to read Fangirl and Upside, both sounds so amazing πŸ™‚ x
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment! x

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