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Last week’s final number: 362 | Current number: 367 | This week’s final number: 361 | Total books removed so far: 54 | Total books kept so far: 84 | Books added since I began: 92 | Books read from my TBR: 22
Dawn Study by Maria V. Snyder
I mentioned in my previous down the TBR post that while I do want to read this entire series, I will only leave the next one that I have to read on my TBR just for decluttering purposes.
Storm Glass by Maria V. Snyder
This one’s technically a different series from the Study one, although it does take place in the same world and has some of the same characters. I’ll keep this one on for reference though.
Sea Glass by Maria V. Snyder
I will delete this again, for decluttering purposes and will re-add after I’ve read the first book.
Spy Glass by Maria V. Snyder
Same as above.
Mortality by Christopher Hitchens
This is a nonfiction book about the author’s last days struggling with Cancer and life and religion. While it does sound interesting, I really don’t see myself reaching out for it anytime soon.
Hard Time by Charles Dickens
I love Charles Dickens. Definitely keeping this.
The Illiad by Homer
I do want to read this eventually. But I don’t see myself doing so anytime soon and it’s not like I’m going to forget of its existence, so there’s no point in keeping it. I really want to get rid of as many books as possible from my TBR.
I really do want to read this. I should probably find myself a version that isn’t in verse though cause I might not be able to tackle it in verse.
Still Alice by Lisa Genova
I’ve seen the film and it was beautiful and heartbreaking and scary and i definitely want to read it.
The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro
I honestly have no recollection of ever even reading the title of this book before. I have no idea why I added it, or if I was even paying attention when I did, or it was just an accident.
2 thoughts on “Down the TBR hole #14”
If you let “Remains of the day” go, try at least to watch the movie. It was stellar! Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson head the cast.
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Sounds good. Honestly I don’t even know how the book ended up on my TBR because it’s not even vaguely familiar.
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