May: TBR

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*My colleague won’t post for a while because of her exams, I will take over her part of the posts until she comes back*

I saw that many of you out there really liked our post ‘Books to Read During Quarantine’, so this gave us a little idea. What would it be if each month we tell you guys our reading goals for the upcoming weeks? You can be updated with our reading choices, and you can take inspiration from our reading as well!

Since the quarantine started I got so much time for myself I can even say, so as you might imagine already, I got a lot of time for reading. I am proud to say I read 11 books this month and soon enough you will see the reviews on our blog! (I managed to write a review for most of them, and I think that is one of the highlights of the month.)

I usually have many books on my TBR list (for example, last month, I had around 20 books), but I am not going to put all of them here, it will take a lifetime to write all the pieces of information here :)). I will write about 3 books, but if you want to see my entire list of TBR books, you can check my Goodreads account.

With that being said, here all my top 3 books for this month:


Title: Tigers, Not Daughters

Author: Samantha Mabry

Date of publication: 24th March 2020

Publisher: Algonquin Young Readers

Print length: Hardcover, 288 pages

Genre: Contemporary, Young Adult, Magical Realism

You can buy this book from Amazon

Reasons why I want to read this book:

  • Ever since I the day of its publication, I have had my eyes on this book. I’ve been trying to read it in the past month, but never found the right time. This month will be the right time.
  • I tried to read Little Women by Louisa May Alcott since I finished Friends two months ago (Rachel was so into this book, it really made me want to read it), but I never bought it and when the movie showed up, I lost my interest. Many readers compared this book with Little Women and this was one of the reasons why I wanted to read Tigers, Not Daughters. Perhaps reading this will make me read Little Women too.
  • I think there is no need to say how cool this cover is! If the book is just as good as the cover, I am hooked!
  • The description gave me the feeling there is a lot of drama here. Who doesn’t love a badass drama?


Title: Raven Born

Author: Bree Moore

Date of publication: May 16, 2020

Publisher: Innate Ink Publishing

Print length: 242 pages, ebook

Genre: Fantasy

You can buy this book from Amazon

Reasons why I want to read this book:

  • I haven’t read a fantasy book in ages and this little one reminds me of one of my favourite books on Wattpad!
  • This book is about to be published and it has a great price on Amazon, I am always looking for a bargain.
  • Seems like the kind of book you can read in one evening, and form a while now, this is what I am aiming for!

Aaaaaand last but not least:


Title: Little Whispers

Author: K.L. Slater

Date of publication: May 21, 2020

Publisher: Bookouture

Print length: Kindle Edition,259 pages

Genre: Thriller, Mystery

You can buy this book from Amazon

* Only the ebook edition is available for pre-order

Reasons why I want to read this book:

  • I kept hearing about K.L Slater in the past couple of months and when I saw she was about to publish a new book, I wanted to give it a try.
  • I have always been a fan of psychological thrillers. They are just hittin’ differently!
  • I’ve been approved an ARC so now I feel forced to read it (not that I mind or anything, God forbid)
  • The book has so many great reviews, it just makes me want to read it even more!

What are you going to read during quarantine? Will you give a try to these books I told you about?


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