July: TBR

Hello fellow book lovers!

In June, I joined BookTok, and there were so many books that everybody talked about. Every video I came across said something about the 55th chapter from A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas, or something about Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo. The Lunar Chronicles popped in my feed quite a lot too. All of these made me curious, and I do want to see if those books are as good as everybody claims. With that being said, here are all the books I will try to read in July. Most of my choices are influenced by TikTok. :))

You have no idea how much I loved the series, it was both heartbreaking and heartwarming, and I would die to see it for the first time again! I always wanted to read the books, but they are all huge (minimum 850 pages), and I was a tad scared about the length. This month though, I will try my best to read them (at least the first one), because I know they are 10 times better than the series.

I know how much they changed the plot, at least in the last seasons, and I want to see how Diana Gabaldon wrote the books. If I’m lucky, perhaps I’ll dive into the second book too.

Sarah J, Mass up and down, up and down everywhere I go. Everybody is talking about her, and everybody is saying how good of an author she is. I want to see why, I want to see for myself why her books are so beloved among the people in the book community.


At first, I wanted to read the first book from the Throne of Glass series, but they were too many, and if I got into them, I might’ve never slept. I wanted to start small, and this is why I chose A Court of Thorns and Roses. If I get into the series, I would still have some books to read, but not so many.

Next off on my list would be Cinder by Marissa Meyer. I heard so much about it, and a retelling of a well-known story is always welcomed. I already ordered the main books, and I am still waiting for the Stars Above and Fairest to be here. It might be a while, but that won’t be a problem. All of the books have a large number of pages, and the last one has over 800. If I get into the series, I will have material to read.’

Oh, can we all take a moment to admire this beautiful cover? I am completely in love!

I saw this book on Instagram quite a lot, and of course, I ordered it. I found it for a great price, and it would have been a huge mistake not to buy it. I was intrigued by the fact that it is a retelling of Beauty and The Beast because that story was my favourite one growing up.

I will do a buddy read with one of my friends, and I can’t be more impatient.

I read this book a while back, and you’ve seen it on this blog before as a part of my Black Lives Matter post. (Here’s how you can help!) I remember how much I loved it the first time, but I can’t remember the plot correctly. I also want to prepare myself because the prequel will be released in less than 7 months.

Now, I also have two ARCs waiting for my attention, but I don’t know if I am going to read them this month. The first one would be The Year Shakespeare Ruined my Life by Dani Jansen. This book will be published at the end of September, so I might leave it for August. The next one is Sisters of the Perilous Heart by Sandra L. Vasher. I am due to review it until the 10th of July, and I think this will be the first read of the month.

Last month I read a lot, and with every month that passes, I want to read more than the previous one. Those are the books I will most likely read during the month, but if I still got time, I might read more. Don’t worry, you are going to see all of them in the wrap-up at the end of the month. If any of you want to read the same books as I do, message me. Perhaps we can do a buddy read together!

*Tomorrow I’ll post the wrap-up for June. Stay tunned!

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