Ah, August. The hot, dull month in which I happily send my children back to school and get back to reading. Except I really don’t feel much like reading anything on my pile… That may change, though.
Redshirts, by John Scalzi
Searching for John Hughes, by Jason Diamond
A World Without You, by Beth Revis
Me Before You, by Jojo Moyes
Nine, Ten, by Nora Raleigh Baskin
The Inquisitor’s Tale, by Adam Gidwitz
Welcome to Wonderland: Home Sweet Motel, by Chris Grabenstein
Insert Coin to Continue, by John David Anderson
Falling Over Sideways, by Jordan Sonnenblick
Torch Against the Night, by Sabaa Tahir
Top Prospect, by Paul Volopini
The Scourge, by Jennifer Nielsen
Framed!, by James Ponti
What’s on your pile?
3 thoughts on “State of the TBR Pile: August 2016”
Redshirts is so fun, though!!! It got me out of slump and actually was the first book I listened to when I decided to join audible. 🙂
Insert Coin to Continue was hysterically funny, and Falling Over Sideways was quite good. I have very little in my TBR and need to stock up!
Are you reading top to bottom and therefore saving the best for last?