Down the TBR hole #1

Down the TBR hole is a meme hosted by Lia @Lost in a story and its all about getting rid of books on your TBR shelf from books you’re never going to read and see what is actually there!

The rules:

  • Go to your want to read shelf on GoodReads
  • Order on ascending date added
  • Take the first 5 (or more) books.
  • Read the synopsis of the books
  • Decide: keep it or should it go?

An ember in the ashes – Sabaa Tahir

Honestly, I think this was the first time I actually read the summary! But it sounds amazing! And so many people rave about it, I just need to know what that is all about.

Verdict: KEEP

Animal Farm – George Orwell

Again this book receives so much attention, I just want to know why. But I’m not sure if I will get to it soon..

Verdict: KEEP (for some day)

The book thief – Markus Zusak

Another book with lots of attention.. But honestly I have no interest in this at all.. I just felt like I ‘had’ to read it. So I’m going to be honest with myself and remove it!

Verdict: GO

The night circus – Erin Morgenstern

Actually I wanted to remove this one, but after reading the summary, it does sound kinda interesting! It also depends on how romance-heavy this book is!

Verdict: KEEP for now

Walk on earth a stranger – Rae carson

It sounds really cool! I read another of her trilogies which I also enjoyed.

Verdict: KEEP

Hunted – Meagan Spooner

I’m so excited for this one. There is no doubt about this! I’m actually planning on reading this in April (spoiler!)

Verdict: KEEP

Okay this was actually harder then I thought. Every time I read posts like this I’m like ‘why do they barely remove anything’, now I know. It’s hard!

Come talk to me!

Do you agree with me decisions?

5 Replies to “Down the TBR hole #1”

  1. I can’t comment on the others, but I had The Night Circus on my nightstand for over two years, and never read more than ten pages – but that’s just me. I finally donated it to the local library sale.

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