March 11, 2019

TBR| March 2019

This is going to be up way later than expected (thanks random deadline). Mostly consisting of books on my module reading list, I have thrown in some books that I'm really in the mood for and anticipating reading. Whether I get to read them this month is another matter entirely. 

The Priory of the Orange Tree
Samantha Shannon

UK Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
UK Release Date: February 26th, 2019


Is this just my biggest anticipated release of 2019? You bet your buttons it is. And apparently a good few others as well? I have never been more grateful for a reading week. 

Sea of Poppies
Amitav Ghosh


This was left over from my TBR last month, and its miraculously still on my required reading for class. 

The Essex Serpent
Sarah Perry


I've always had a mild interest in reading this book, but its now on my required reading list and so I have no option but to read it. I have no inkling of this plot, but I'm looking forward to it. 
I might try finding an audiobook if I can. 

Sarah Waters


The third and final required reading novel on this month's TBR. I've always wanted to try reading some Sarah Waters, especially since Domhnall Gleeson was in the adaptation of one of her other novels, The Little Stranger. 
This is a great place to start as any, I guess.

The Wicked King (The Folk of the Air #2)
Written by Holly Black; Read by Caitlin Kelly


I read The Cruel Prince last month and enjoyed it more than I thought I would, given the hype that surrounds this series. Jenn, from the blog Jenniely, kindly sent my the audiobook for The Wicked King. Can't wait to listen to this while I clean my room and head over to Anglesey this week! 

Written by Neil Gaiman; Read by Neil Gaiman


I read this during my first year at University when I first fell in love with audiobooks and what they could provide and help me with when I was struggling to pick up a book.
I'm still on a little bit of a Neil Gaiman kick so this might help to keep me going until American Gods series 2 starts up on Amazon Prime. 
A fairy tale, like no other, this book gives me life.

What book are you most looking forward to reading this month? Have you read any of these?

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