Hello everyone! This is my May TBR. Especially when on my bedside table with the dust jackets removed, this is definitely a month of blue-black-white books! Aesthetically pleasing and, hopefully, enjoyable!

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  • Saphriblau by Kerstin Gier. This is book #2 in the YA Fantasy series Edelstein. In English it is called “Sapphire Blue” and the series is called the “Precious Stone” Trilogy. I will be reading this for my German tutor.
  • Beneath Wandering Stars by Ashlee Cowles. There is no particular reason I need to read this YA Contemporary, I’m just really excited for it, so I decided to replace a randomly selected book from my TBR Jar with this one!
  • Nevernight by Jay Kristoff. I have already started reading this book, hence why it is on my TBR! I’m not yet sure whether to consider it YA, NA or Adult, but it’s definitely Fantasy!
  • Persuasion by Jane Austen. This will be off of my 2017 Challenge TBR and hopefully help me finally get over my Jane Austen prejudice thingy that isn’t really a prejudice 😀
  • Night Owls by Jenn Bennett. This will be a reread off of my “Books to Reread in 2017” list. I love it the first time and I will hopefully continue to love it (or love it more) the second! It’s one of the few contemporaries on my list to reread.
  • Macbeth by William Shakespeare. I have to read this for English class and I have already started. Unfortunately, we are reading it at a HORRIFICALLY slow pace. Hopefully that will speed up soon.

What books are you planning to read this month? I would obviously add ACOWAR to this list, but I will be reading that anyway so no need! These are mostly quite short books (with the notable exceptions of Nevernight which is about average length- unless I audiobook it- and Saphirblau which is above-average AND German) so hopefully I should be able to get this TBR read, even if some books slow me down. Happy reading, Keira x.


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  1. Persuasion is my favourite Austen book! I hope you’ll moderately enjoy it at least hahaha

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    1. Keira says:

      Hopefully! I do actually like all of the Jane Austen I’ve watched (TV/Movie/Play); I could just never get past the first line of Pride and Prejudice as a 9 year old. I thought it quite old-fashioned and presumptive 😀

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      1. I hear you. I struggle with classics in general to be honest.

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        1. Keira says:

          I adored Jane Eyre which was written in a similar time period, so that gives me some hope for classics. Wuthering Heights on the other hand… how many Catherines can you get in one book!

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          1. It took too long until Mr Rochester showed up in Jane Eyre, so I got really, really frustrated with the beginning hahaha

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            1. Keira says:

              Yeah, I distinctly remember taking about a month to get through the first 60 pages and then reading the rest of the book in a week 😀

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