TBR| Nov 2018

This month's TBR is going up kind of late because the first nine days of November I've got to submit two very different portfolios for University and won't have much time to read. As well as this, I may have a few books on here that are books I must read because I'm in a seminar with the author, or they're directly tied to my dissertation.

Wizard of the Pigeons
Megan Lindholm

Goodreads

So far this has been the only SFF title that has a homeless protagonist (if you know any more than please let me know - it's for my dissertation).  



Going Postal (Discworld #33; Moist Von Lipwig #1)
Terry Pratchett

Goodreads

Another one that might be relevant to what I am writing for my dissertation, beside I'll use any excuse to read some Pratchett. 


Tony Hogan bought me an Ice Cream Float before he stole me Ma.
Kerry Hudson

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I'm taking Working Class Fictions this semester, and have had to read quite a few different things that have tied into the module. Kerry is coming to my University in two weeks for a reading and signing. My lecturer has arranged for my class to have a seminar with Kerry - so I should read it.
Muse of Nightmares (Strange the Dreamer #2)
Laini Taylor

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I reread Strange the Dreamer last month during the Dewey's 24-hour-readathon in order to refresh my memory of the events of book one before heading into the Muse. I'm dying to see how it ends, fall into Laini's beautiful prose and not having to feel guilty whilst doing that. This will probably end up being my sole book for the Tome Topple Readathon that is happening this month.
Damsel
Elana K. Arnold

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I'm going to try and see if I can read and review this before it comes out in the UK on the 15th November, or at least as close to that date as possible. 


The Lady's Guide to Petticoats and Piracy (Montague Siblings #2)
Mackenzie Lee

Goodreads

Again, like Damsel, I want to try and get a review up before, or just after, it's released in the UK. Will it happen? No one knows.

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