December TBR

Hey guys, how you doin’?

I’m back to share with you my December TBR. Now let’s be clear, this is a crazy month. I got my birthday, my boyfriend’s birthday, our anniversary, Christmas (which is also my cousin’s birthday) and my family travels to visit. Reading time is a luxury. However, I’m feeling ambitious enough to make a TBR with more than one book in it haha.

These are the books left for me to complete my reading challenge for 2018:


vicious first edition coverVicious (Villains #1) by V.E. Schwab

Y’all are probably tired of me talking about this book, but well I must. This is my first time organizing a buddy read by myself (or read along, if you prefer) and I chose Vicious because I’ve heard people say a million times how this is their favorite Schwab book. Also the premise seems perfect for me. I met V. E. Schwab last year and she is a sweetie, and with all the hype surrounding the release of Vengeful this is the perfect time to finally pick this up.


Slayer by Kiersten White coverSlayer (Slayer #1) by Kiersten White

This is one of my most anticipated books of 2019. Set in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer world? Written by Kiersten White? Hell yeah. When I got the ARC for this book I was in heaven, but of course I haven’t read it yet. I suck. But the book is coming out at the begining of January so I gotta move my ass and read this asap.


Ruin and Rising coverRuin and Rising (The Grisha Trilogy #3) by Leigh Bardugo

This is the only thing keeping me from reading the Six of Crows duology. Yep, haven’t read those yet. They will certainly show up in my Popular Books I Haven’t Read Yet series soon. This is a high priority book, I must finish it this year no matter what. Why? I don’t know, I just promised myself I would be done with the Grisha triology in 2018. I’ve read Siege and Storm in January, so I’m not doing the best job in accomplishing that, but this month is my chance.


Carry On coverCarry On (Simon Snow #1) by Rainbow Rowell

I’m really excited for this book. It’s like Harry Potter, but gay. I read Fangirl back in September, and I would’ve read Carry On right after, but university and ARCs got in the way. I really liked the bits and pieces of Carry On that we get to see in Fangirl, so I can’t wait to spend more time with Simon and Baz (especially now that there’s a sequel coming out).


Truly Devious coverTruly Devious (Truly Devious #1) by Maureen Johnson

I’ve heard good things about this book. I’m listening to the audiobook already, but I’m not far into it. I love a boarding school setting, but to be honest, I’m usually skeptical of murder mysteries because I usually guess the killer to soon. I don’t know why it’s so hard for me to be surprised by this kind of story. At this point, if it’s well told, I don’t mind guessing the killer. I try to focus on enjoying the journey.


an absolutely remarkable thing coverAn Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green

Now, I’ve heard mixed things about this one, but I’m still curious. Not only because of Hank Green, but because the premise actually interested me. This is the lowest priority on my TBR, though. If I get to it, great, but if I don’t, that’s okay too.



So guys, this is what I’m planning to read in December, what books do you want to pick up this month? Let me know in the comments. 😀

2 thoughts on “December TBR”

  1. December is so stressful to tbr because you have to pick books you want to read in 2018 before 2019 last chance. I hope to read the rest of A Very Large Expanse of Sea, Skyward by Brandon, Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo, The Afterlife of Holly Chase, Lost Star by Claudia Gray, and Miles Morales by Jason Reynolds


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