February 2019 TBR
I don’t normally do TBR’s, but I want to start setting aside a few books every month that I definitely want to get to! I’m really big on mood reading so even if I set aside 5 books there is a chance I won’t get to any of them. With this, I want to look back at the end of each month and see how many of the books I’ve set aside I’ve actually read!
The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi
I’m a little more than halfway through this and my goal is definitely to finish it this month! I’ve been talking a lot about this book recently and it’s pretty hyped at the moment so I’m 99.9% sure that if you are reading this blog, you already know what it is about. I’m loving it so far but I wanted to take my time and really savor the characters and the plot.
Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett
I mentioned this one recently in my book haul, and I’m so excited to read it and I will definitely be picking it up after I finish The Gilded Wolves. I’m really curious how the magic system will work with the technology in the book, so that is one aspect I’m super excited for.
Saga Volumes 4 and 5 by Brian K Vaughan
I just recently hauled volume 4, and volume 5 just arrived yesterday so I can finally get a little father in this amazing graphic novel series! I know for sure I will get to these this month because graphic novels are so easy to read that I know I won’t have any issue finishing these.
In An Absent Dream by Seanan McGuire
This is the fourth book in the Wayward Children series of novellas, and I’m already a few chapters in with the audiobook. Since this is a novella the audiobook is only 4 hours long, so I’m pretty confident I can get this one finished this month as well.
Winter Loon by Susan Bernhard
This is one that I want to get to this winter since it seems to have a winter setting, but I also have a few preorders coming in this month so I may or may not get to this one. I’ve also mentioned this one in my recent book haul as well.
Those are all the books that I for sure want to get to this month! Do you think I can do it? Have you read any of these books? What are your thoughts?