My September TBR
So, lately I’ve been reading a lot of horror/thriller stuff and I’m probably going to start my list of to read for September and October. I’m also going to start back on my school work so reading will be by the wayside for a bit. My reading list is going to be rather short and slightly sporadic with books I’ve got with me and stuff I’ll be borrowing from the local library.
To start off with I’m currently reading “Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children” by Ransom Riggs. I was always weary on picking this up as I thought it was just a picture book. It’s really good, I read about a quarter of it in one day which should tell you something, right? I’m excited to read the second book after finishing this one. The way that Ransom put the book together and how he follows the description of the photograph with an actual photograph on the following page makes it fun to read; plus it helps with visualization of what he’s describing in the book.
The next book I plan on reading is “The Queen of the Tearling” by Erika Johansen. I totally am going into this one blindly. I’ve heard a lot of hype via the YouTube book bloggers, but I kind of ignored what they were saying about it in general. I’m hoping to finish it by the 15th when the book is due back to the library.
The next book to hopefully be read is “Monstrumologist” by Rick Yancey. It’s perfect for what I’m kind of feeling for when reading right now. Super creepy and something I haven’t read before that doesn’t include a love triangle. Been digging the creeps lately. I’m excited for a few books that are coming out soon that are kind of creepy too.
If I get a chance this month I’ll hopefully finish reading the Twilight saga, I’ve only got the last two books to go and I’ll be done! If I don’t get around to those, I’ll probably pick up something from the library. Any suggestions on something that is creeeeeeeeepy and an easy read? Leave suggestions in my comment box, and I’ll see if the library near my house has it!