Down the TBR Hole was started by Lia over at Lost in a Story.
How it works:
- Go to your Goodreads to-read shelf.
- Order on ascending date added.
- Take the first 5 (or 10 if you’re feeling adventurous) books
- Read the synopses of the books
- Decide: keep it or should it go?
I will be repeating this process until I’ve filtered out my entire TBR.
It’s been a long time since I’ve done one of these posts. My TBR pile went from 665 to 831! My goal for this year is to reduce that to 740, which shouldn’t be an issue since I’m hosting the 2021 #ShelfLove challenge. Since I didn’t do a post last week to start off the new year, I’m going to go through 10 books this week.
This week’s books:
Title Wave and A Just Clause by Lorna Barrett – KEEP. I love this Cozy Mystery series. I finished A Fatal Chapter not too long ago, and it’s only a matter of time before I start Title Wave.
The Shadow Land by Elizabeth Kostova – KEEP. The Historian made it into my personal library-in-the-making, and I’ve been wanting to read this for quite some time.
Homicide in Hardcover by Kate Carlisle – KEEP. The only reason I haven’t read this one yet is that I’m in the middle of several other book-related Cozy Mystery series and I don’t want to get confused.
The Plastic Magician by Charlie N. Holmberg – KEEP. Yet another series I love! I still need to read The Master Magician before I get to this one, and I don’t know why I haven’t read it yet. Perhaps because it’s an ebook and I’ve been preoccupied with trying to clear my physical TBR.
Wonder Woman: War Bringer by Leigh Bardugo – KEEP. Wonder Woman is my fave DC comics character and Leigh Bardugo has been well-reviewed.
Hunted by Meagan Spooner – KEEP. I love “Beauty and the Beast” retellings. It’s my favorite fairytale, and this one sounds like it will be different from the usual retellings.
City of Strife by Claudie Arseneault – GO. I have completely lost interest in this book. I’m pretty sure the only reason I got it was because the cover looks so interesting. I don’t even remember ever reading the synopsis.
Disconnected by Nick M. Lloyd – GO. Meh. I’m pretty sure this was a freebie from somewhere.
Harry Potter’s Bookshelf by John Granger – KEEP. While I don’t think this is an “official” book, I am interested in reading about the books and stories that inspired the “Harry Potter” series.
My TBR pile is down two to 829 books, and my next post will be mostly made up of books from series. I will probably bundle them like I did with the “Booktown Mysteries” books at the beginning of this post. Even if I do that, my TBR likely won’t decrease at all over the next couple of weeks unless I finish reading some books.