February 12, 2019

TBR| February 2019

This year hasn't got off to the greatest start where my reading is concerned. I feel like I have so much going on and nothing, all at the same time - and it's setting my anxiety off. My inability to sleep longer than two-four hours at a time isn't helping me, either.

A lot of my time is spent on work for my final semester, as well as making some amazing memories with people I am really going to miss when I graduate. That being said I have a few books I'm hoping to make time for some of these, as well as all the neo-victorian texts that I am going to have to read this semester (send help). 

The French Lieutenant's Woman
John Fowles


First one on the list and the first one I need to read for my class. 

The Cruel Prince (The Folk of the Air #1)
Holly Black


As mentioned in my book haul, I can no longer hold off from finding out about all the hype. It has been a year, and it still hasn't died off. And all the gorgeous artwork isn't helping my case. 

Wide Sargasso Sea
Jean Rhys


One of the shorter novels I have to read for class (thankfully). I feel like I haven't heard of this, but still seems familiar? I'm just as confused as you are at that statement. 

Bloodwitch (The Witchlands #3)
Susan Dennard


Bloodwitch was on my top 5 most anticipated books for 2019, so obviously I will be diving in as soon as my copy arrives. I'm so excited about being back into this world, but might have to read some story synopsizes beforehand.

Midnight Never Come (Onyx Court #1)
Marie Brennan


I'm low-key participating in Sarah-Jane's Faeburary. Even though I'm just in the mood for Fae books at the moment. Like how I always crave high fantasy and dragons in December.

The Poison Song (The Winnowing Flame Trilogy #3)
Jen Williams


I got approved of an early ARC of this one at the end of January, and if you read the blog post I mentioned Bloodwitch in, you will also know how excited I am for this one. I don't think I'll be able to read the entire book, but I would love to at least start it this month.

Sea of Poppies (Ibis Trilogy #1)
Amitav Ghosh


This is going to be one of the more challenging reads that I have to read for my Neo-Victorianism class this month. He's a corker coming in at over 500 pages, but I've heard the writing itself is rather challenging. Fingers crossed, aye?

1 comment:

  1. I understand all too well about anxiety and not being able to sleep. Hopefully it gets better.
    I'm glad I'm not the only one who hasn't read Cruel Prince yet. I'll do it eventually!