September TBR 2016

After failing spectacularly with my August TBR (I mean, I still read a lot so I’m not complaining), I’m keeping this TBR fairly simple. September is also going to be a very busy month; I’m busy for a week and then I’m moving to university on the 24th, which means I’ll probably get very little read later in the month (and the lead up will be spent packing as well). Whilst this list may seem long (it is still ambitious!) I’m halfway through two of the books listed and one is a poetry collection, so hopefully it’s doable.


Harmony – Carolyn Parkhurst

I got sent this very kindly for review and look forward to getting to it, as I don’t think I’ve read a book with a character on the autistic spectrum, or if I have, it was a while ago.

Undying – Michel Faber

I’ve read parts of this and I know I’m going to love it, I just want to read it when I’m in the perfect mood for it. This poetry collection honestly sounds like it is going to break me though…

The Graduate – Charles Webb

I am nearly halfway through and I’m enjoying it, though I wouldn’t say I love it.

Elizabeth is Missing – Emma Healey

I’ve had this for ages, and it’s really short. I am determined to get to it soon.

City of Bones and City of Ashes – Cassandra Clare

I’m halfway through City of Bones and it’s so good – I can’t believe that for ages I said I probably wouldn’t read it. Thank goodness for special offers!


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