January Wrap Up

Goodbye

We have already reached February! January seemed to fly by and I hope that February will go a little slower. I’ve had a crazy few weeks at work as the beginning of second semester started and it’s a busy time for the store.

Below is my TBR from January and how well (or poorly) I did. I only managed to read 2 books all the way through which was really disappointing but I’m hoping to make up for it during this month at least.


NetGalley

  1. The Liar – Nora Roberts (Finished 12/01/19)
  2. The Little Paris Bookshop – Nina George (0%)
  3. Wake – Elizabeth Knox (0%)
  4. Keep the Ends Loose – Molly D. Campbell (Read 76%)
  5. Sacrificed – Emily Wibberley (0% this month, 27% previously)
  6. Sunset Rising – S.M. McEachern (0%)
  7. Hausfrau – Jill Alexander Essbaum (Read 6%)
  8. I Am Radar – Reif Larsen (0%)
  9. A Place for Sinners – Aaron Dries (0%)
  10. Dauntless – Dina L. Sleiman (0%)

Paperbacks

  1. The Road – Cormac McCarthy (Finished 20/01/19)
  2. Angelfall – Susan Ee
  3. The Darkest Minds – Alexandra Bracken
  4. Shatter Me – Tahereh Mafi
  5. Atlantia – Ally Condie
  6. Throne of Glass – Sarah J. Maas
  7. The Future of Us – Jay Asher & Carolyn Mackler
  8. The Disappeared – C. J. Harper
  9. Life of Pi – Yahn Martel
  10. This Song Will Save Your Life – Leila Sales
  11. American Savage – Matt Whyman
  12. Numbers 3 Infinity – Rachel Ward
  13. Numbers 2 Chaos – Rachel Ward
  14. Numbers – Rachel Ward
  15. Extras – Scott Westerfeld
  16. Pretties – Scott Westerfeld
  17. Specials – Scott Westerfeld
  18. Uglies – Scott Westerfeld
  19. The Death Cure – James Dashner
  20. The Scorch Trials – James Dashner
  21. The Maze Runner – James Dashner
  22. Unveiling Venus – Sophia Bennett

I didn’t pick up any other paperbacks from this list this month.

Extra

  1. Seven Signs of Life – Aoife Abbey
  2. The Winters – Lisa Gabriele
  3. Whiteout – Gabriel Dylan
  4. Empress of all Seasons – Emiko Jean
  5. The Lord of the Rings – J.R.R. Tolkien (Currently on page 25)

Didn’t really pick up any of these either.

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