A Very Ambitious TBR-September 2021

Another month, another TBR I am probably going to fail.

I should probably be more optimistic in an effort to actually complete the thing, huh? That might increase my chances?

I mean, at this point, with so many failed TBR’s under my belt, I wonder why I even bother.

Oh, cause it’s fun! And because, apparently, I am a glutton for punishment.

On to the TBR!

Moon Called by Patricia Briggs

The first in the Mercy Thompson series. Mercy is a mechanic who just so happens to be a were-coyote. Oh, and she was raised by werewolves. I love this series and have been meaning to re-read it for a while.

Dragon Prince by Melanie Rawn

Oh look, re-reading a book I wax poetical about all the time. I recently had to buy a new paperback copy of this, although it is available on Kindle for $2.99. This is the story of Rohan, a desert prince, who is forced to match wits with the High Prince Roelstra after the death of his father. Oh, did I mention the Sunrunners? I love this book.

The Eye of the World by Robert Jordan

Soon to be released as a series by Amazon, I started listening to this as an audiobook a few years ago, but I never finished it. This is the month I complete it…I hope. Will I finish it as an audiobook or a physical book? I have no idea. But I will do my best!

The Hike by Drew Magary

This is the story of a man who decided to go on a hike. And then it gets weird. This was a book club pick, and I got real excited when they picked it, because I already owned it! Talk about fortuitous.

The Well of Ascension by Brandon Sanderson

The second book in the Mistborn series, I read the first book last December and I loved it. I know the hubs will be excited for me to read this one.

The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter by Theadora Goss

This is another book club pick! Although I’m a little worried because I ordered this book on Wednesday and it’s not supposed to get here until two days before the book club meeting. Cutting it a little close, dontcha think!

Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune

The story of Wallace, who died, is given a week to cross over. He decides to live his death to the fullest in that one week. I got an ARC of this through NetGalley! Squee! I have much excite! I’ll have a review up for it soon, as I have already finished reading it!

So, a seven book TBR. I can do this, right? I mean, it’s all books I’ve been meaning to read. I can so totally do this.

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