It’s nearly the end of the year and I’m slightly panicking… only two more TBR’s for 2018, how is that possible?! I haven’t read half the books I was planning to read this year, and keeping track of those books went out the window around August/September time anyway. But I’m still gonna try and read some of the book still on that list (and I’ll stick a ‘*’ beside those books for reference (something I’m gonna try and implement next year to keep on top of my yearly TBR books!

This month sees no readathons I’m participating in, which makes me breathe a sigh of relief to be honest! I’m only casually taking part in Non-Fiction November and Lalathon by not setting a TBR or using the prompts. I need to go easy on myself this month I feel! So here is my ‘easy-going’ TBR for November!

Main Priority

The Rattled Bones – S. M. Parker

Uprooted – Naomi Novik*

If We Were Villains – M. L. Rio

Average Priority

The Language of Kindness: A Nurse’s Story – Christie Watson

The Haunting of Hill House – Shirley Jackson*

Low Priority

In Order to Live – Yeonmi Park*

Her Body and Other Parties – Carmen Maria Machado

City of Ghosts – V. E. Schwab



The Ocean at the End of the Lane – Neil Gaiman*

Dread Nation – Justina Ireland

You – Caroline Kepnes


So what are you guys planning to read this month? Have you read any of these and if so, what did you think of them? Any new recommendations/favourites of yours? Have you started thinking about reading plans for 2019 yet? I’d love to know!



Abbie xxxx

3 thoughts on “NOVEMBER TBR/PRIORITY READS [2018]

    1. I’m currently 50 pages into Uprooted and I see what you mean! I’m struggling with the writing style and it’s taking a while to get anywhere, but I’ll give it another 50 pages and if I still feel the same I’ll probably DNF it… I’ve been told it’s similar to ACOTAR in a way..?


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