TBR: November 2017

Raise your hand if you have a post-Halloween hangover?

Now raise your hand if you celebrate your birthday the day after Halloween.

Just me?

Given that the days are about to get really cold over hear in Canada my need to plan out what I hope to read in a month is back in full swing.

Interested to see which books are on the top of my TBR? Keep on reading to find out my thoughts and opinions.

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Artemis by Andy Weir

I am not usually one for science fiction, but Andy Weir’s debut novel, The Martian, hit shelves in 2011, my flippant attitude towards the genre has begun to change. It should then come as no surprise that when I heard Andy Weir was finally releasing his sophomore novel, Artemis, in November 2017 I promptly preordered it in anticipation.  Given how much I’ve been looking forward to this one, I can without a doubt promise a review later this month.

Dividing Eden by Joelle Charbonneau

Dividing Eden has been on my radar for quite some time, given my recent addiction to YA fantasy, and yet I have been trying to listen to its audiobook since September. While the story is interesting, the pacing is on the slower side, and as such I’ve been switching to and from this one in favour of more face paced stories. I’m hoping if I just buckle down, I can knock this out of the park in a couple of days.

A Constellation of Vital Phenomena by Anthony Marra

This book has been living on my TBR shelf since early 2015. I was drawn in by its well designed cover, but its synopsis on the other hand hasn’t quite grasped me. My hope is to get this one off of my TBR shelf so it can either be displayed in all its glory, or given a new home in favour of other books.

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And that is my TBR for the month of November.

Given the fact that its my birthday month I’ve left it a tad on the shorter side, due to my need to always read new books first.

Have a book that you think I should check out? Leave a comment below!

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