November 2022 TBR

Hi everyone! I can’t believe it’s already November! 2023 will be here before we know it, so I’ve been trying to get my tracker and bullet journal ready for all my 2023 goals and TBR lists made! I always love end of the year/beginning of the year content, and I know a lot of you do too! Before we can get to all that though we still have to get through November and December, so without further ado, here is my November TBR!

Heart of the Sun Warrior by Sue Lynn Tan
I was so lucky to be approved for an ARC for this book that comes out mid-November, and I haven’t had a chance to read it yet so fingers crossed I can manage to get it finished by the release date! I normally try to read ARCs the month before they come out so I have plenty of time, but I was so preoccupied with all the horror I was reading I wasn’t really in the mood for fantasy! I am now though, and I’m excited to continue Xingyin’s story after I read and loved Daughter of the Moon Goddess.

The Book Eaters by Suni Dean
I recently got the Illumicrate edition of The Book Eaters, and I’m hoping this will be the perfect mix of fantasy and horror! In this book there are people who eat books and retain all of the book’s content, but the main character’s son is born with a taste for human minds instead of books. It seems like this is getting mixed reviews, so I’m really curious to see what I think of this one.

The Serpent and the Wings of Night by Carissa Broadbent
I’ve had this author’s ‘Daughter of No Worlds’ series on my TBR, but this one has been popping up on my BookTok as a comparison to A Court of Thorns and Roses, so I’m very intrigued! It’s also got crazy high ratings on Goodreads, and I definitely have high hopes for this one. We follow Oraya, who is the adopted human daughter of the vampire king who enters a competition to gain power and become more than just human prey.

How to Kill Your Family by Bella Mackie
The title of this book is what really made me interested in reading this one, and after reading the synopsis it sounds like it’ll be one of those humorously dark kinds of books that I LOVE! The few reviews I’ve seen have been more neutral, but I’m hoping that it will be the perfect book for me. It follows a woman who makes it her mission to kill every member of her father’s family after he doesn’t help her dying mother but then goes to jail for a murder she didn’t commit.

Theme Music by T Marie Vandelly
I’ve been wanting to read this book SO BADLY so I’m finally getting around to doing it! This is a horror book about a haunted house (and maybe possession?) and is about Dixie who is the only survivor after her father takes an axe and murders her mother, two brothers, and then also himself. Dixie ends up seeing her childhood home for sale and buys it in order to make a connection with her family and finally learn the truth about what happened to her family. I read about 20% of this so far and the setting is so creepy so far!

Song of Silver, Flame Like Night by Amelie Wen Zhao
This is a YA fantasy inspired by Chinese mythology and folklore, and I think it just makes sense to read this the same month that I’ll be reading Heart of the Sun Warrior! This is one of my 2023 ARCs (this comes out January 3rd) so I wanted to get a head start on those ARCs. I don’t know much about this one other than it follows two characters who have magic that can liberate their invaded kingdom. I absolutely adore Chinese mythology inspired fantasy stories, so I’m expecting to love this one!

What books are you planning to read in November? Do we have any in common? I’d love to chat!

4 Comments on “November 2022 TBR

  1. Amazing TBR, I hope you enjoy them all! I’m very excited to see that you are going to be reading Heart of the Sun Warrior – I seriously can’t wait to get to that 🌙


  2. Song of Silver, Flame Like Night sounds interesting! I’m reading Empire’s Heir by Marian L Thorpe (half-way through it right now), two beta reads, and I don’t know, we’ll see what else on my TBR I get to. Asrian Skies by Anne Wheeler? Followed By Fire by Mckenzie Austin? Living Waters by Dan Fitzgerald? IF my copy of We Free the Stars by Hafsah Faizal arrives in time, I will probably read that!

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