Sunday Salon: State of the TBR Pile 7

Which is hopeless, as usual. I’m also reading Ilium, by Dan Simmons. I think reading YA fantasy has killed me for the adult stuff: there’s about a third of Ilium I like, a third I think I get, and a third that I’m completely lost with. And I’m losing patience as to how all three relate to each other…

At any rate, on the nightstand:

Insurgent, by Veronica Roth (of course!)
Summer of the Gypsy Moths, by Sarah Pennypacker (because it’s Sarah Pennypacker)
Purity, by Jackson Pearce (for curiosity)
My Life and an Experiment, A. J. Jacobs (because I haven’t read this one!)
Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life, by Wendy Mass (I’ll get to it… eventually)
Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place, book 3: The Unseen Guest, by Maryrose Wood (because I like the series, though I’m finding a lack of enthusiasm to read this one… It may go back unread.)
Spy School, by Stuart Gibbs (Because I liked Belly Up.)
Good Omens, by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett (for the Once Upon a Time Challenge)
She Walks These Hills, by Sharyn McCrumb (for my in-person book club)
The Sherlockian, by Graham Moore (Sherlock starts tonight; I wonder if that will make me more interested in reading this one…)
Fables, by Bill Willingham (for the Once Upon a Time challenge)

Phew. What’s on your TBR pile?

6 thoughts on “Sunday Salon: State of the TBR Pile 7

  1. I really like when you do this. I am also curious about Purity.

    My TBR pile includes Insurgent, Hana by Lauren Oliver, and Blood Wounds by Susan Beth Pfeffer.


  2. I want to read Insurgent so bad!!! But I guess I'll have to wait a week or two for my turn at the library! I didn't know there was a new Incorrigible Children book out, I hope my library gets it at some point!


  3. Miss K: Oooh, I didn't know that Susan Beth Pfeffer had a new book out.

    Becky: I'm hoping it's good. They're such weird little books.

    Charlotte: I'm SO glad I'm not the only one!


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