September TBR


Since there are so many great books on my TBR list still, I decided to make a TBR list for this month so it’s easier to choose what to read next. I’m not sure whether I will be able to read all of these before the end of the month, but I sure will give it a try! The HP books are actually rereads and two of them are ARC’s I have to finish before the end of the month… But the rest of them are mostly titles that have been on my TBR list for a while and I’m really excited about. πŸ˜€

>>> Find a complete list of the books of books owned and waiting to be readΒ here and my full TBR list at Goodreads here <<<


  • Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets by J.K. Rowlinmysoulimmortalg (342 pages)
  • Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling (435 pages)

# ARC #

  • My Soul Immortal by Jen Printy (310 pages)
  • Heart Tales by Celine Garcia (58 pages)


  • gardensofthemoonThe Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith (464 pages)mrmercedes
  • Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn (422 pages)
  • City Of Bones by Cassandra Clare (485 pages)
  • Gardens Of The Moon by Steven Erikson (666 pages)
  • Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King (436 pages)

Have you read any of these and/or do you recommend them?

17 thoughts on “September TBR

  1. I have read Gone Girl and absolutely loved it. The characters were brilliant and I thought the ending was perfect. I recommended it to others but some were not quite so enthusiastic. So it’s not to everyone’s taste but then again, what is?

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    • I can totally agree with that; some book just aren’t made for everyone to like… But it makes them that much more special, and I will definitely try Gone Girl soon to see if I like it. πŸ™‚


  2. I enjoyed Gardens of the Moon. There are a lot of characters, so easy to be overwhelmed in the beginning, but it all gets sorted out throughout the book. And of course, I’ve read the Harry Potter books.


  3. I’ve been wanting to read The Cuckoo’s Calling for a while now. It’s been over a year since I read any kind of crime novel, and I know for sure that I like the author of those, at least. πŸ™‚ The Silkworm, its sequel, actually sounds more like my cup of tea, having to do with the thrilling literary world and all. But best to go about it in the right order, Eh?

    Are you re-reading Harry Potter for any particular reason? (Other than the obvious: they’re worth reading over and over.) It might be interesting to compare her writing styles between the two genres at the same time.

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    • I agree with you that The Silkworm sounds more interesting than the first one, but I will start with The Cuckoo’s Calling anyway so I can get a feel for the characters and writing style Rowling uses. πŸ™‚
      And I’m rereading the whole HP series along with The Not A Book Club Club at Goodreads; I’ve been wanting to read the series again for a while now, and now I have the perfect excuse. πŸ˜€ It will be interesting to compare the writing styles of the two genres though.


  4. Gardens of the Moon has been sitting on my shelf since June, but I haven’t had time. I’m interested to hear what you think of it. I really liked City of Bones, the world Clare created is awesome! I hope you like it.


    • People have been so positive about the work of Cassandra Clare that I’m really looking forward to finally read one of her books… And Gardens Of The Moon sounds really interesting as well.


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