This was originally made by Lost in a Story, and is such a fantastic idea. Here are the instructions:

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?

The Books:

25332115Book #106

The Sound of Gravel by Ruth Warner

Date added: September 22, 2016

Why is this on my TBR? Because my sister recommended it to me. But let’s face it, I’m never going to actually read it.



10836471Book #107

Midwinterblood by Marcus Sedgewick

Date added: September 23, 2016

This is actually marked for “finish later” for me, because I’ve started it, and got maybe halfway through, what reads like weird individual stories are, I’m assuming, supposed to come together at the end. But it’s honestly so dry and slow I just can’t I didn’t finish because I was, frankly, bored.


23288266Book #108

Impyrium (Impyrium #1) by Henry H. Neff

Date added: September 28, 2016

As much as a MG book that sounds like so many other fantasy books I have read sounds like a fun easy read, I don’t think I have the time to just have an extra book on my list. I’m also pretty sure I was going to read this before my nephew in case I wanted to recommend it to him, but he can just pick out his own dang books, am I right?


15575Book #109

The Sword of Shannara (The Original Shannara Trilogy #1) by Terry Brooks

Date added: September 30, 2016

So this is just one of those fantasy novels that I just want to notch on my belt.




28678119Book #110

Paper Princess (The Royals #1) by Erin Watt

Date added: October 14, 2016

I feel like if I want to read a slightly problematic, unhealthy relationship NA book I could have a pick of many, as much as this book screams reverse harem (which I have a soft spot for) I almost sounds like it revolves mostly around just one of  the guys, which takes away from the sqqueeeee of it all.


Starting TBR shelf total: 422

Total books kept: 1 out of 5, way to go me!

I’m Curious  \ ^_^ /

What do you think of my decisions? Have you read any of these books?


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