2017 TBR Book Shame Tag – Eden

It’s that time again, except this time I’m the one being shamed.

Unlike Caitlynn and Jenn, I don’t have a whole lot of books. I mean, in retrospect, I do have a lot of books but in comparison to Jenn and Caitlynn, I don’t have many. Because I have fewer books, I obviously have a much shorter list of shame, which is actually really nice.

With that, enjoy shaming me.

The Dark Days Club – Alison Goodman

Queen of the Tearling – Erika Johansen

The Last Star – Rick Yancey

The Looking Glass Wars – Frank Beddor

Seeing Redd

Rebel Spring – Morgan Rhodes

Labyrinth Lost – Zoraida Cordova

Ever The Hunted – Erin Summerill

Wayfarer – Alexandra Bracken

Through the Dark

Of Fire and Stars – Audrey Coulthurst

The Forgotten – Shannon Cameron

The Lie Tree – Francis Hardinge

The Golden Finch – Donna Tartt

End Game: The Falling – James Frey

Sky Key

The Thousandth Floor – Katharine McGee

The Diabolic – S.J. Kincaid

Vassa In The Night – Sarah Porter

The Merciless – Danielle Vega

The Merciless II

Scrappy Little Nobody – Anna Kendrick

My Sister Rosa – Justine Larbalestier

Viola In Reel Life – Adriana Trigiani

Saint Anything – Sarah Dessen

Ivory and Bone – Julie Eshbaugh

American Girls – Alison Umminger

The Winner’s Kiss – Marie Rutkowski

Riders – Veronica Rossi

Scythe – Neal Shusterman

The House of Hades – Rick Riordan

Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard: The Sword of Summer 

Pride & Prejudice – Jane Austen

Frost Like Night – Sarah Raasch

The Midnight Star – Marie Lu

Tales of the Peculiar – Ransom Riggs

Windwitch – Susan Dennard

Are there any books on this list that I should start with first? Which have you read?

 

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17 thoughts on “2017 TBR Book Shame Tag – Eden

    1. This is such a good point to make. I’ve actually been listening to it on the way to work and think it’s so funny, but I think that’s simply because it’s Kendrick herself telling the stories.

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      1. I agree with this. Same with Lauren Graham’s book. Both just have so much personality that the audio books get that you can’t get from the actual books.

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  1. TBR Book shaming??? This is a tag I must get into!

    As I scrolled through, I was going, “Meh, meh, meh”, so I see why you never got around to reading them. Like Looking Glass Wars and Seeing Redd (Which ends in a cliffhanger, btw). They’re just kind of … lame spinoffs. The best character is the Hatter, and he’s not in it NEARLY enough.

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      1. I’d like to do one of my own, but as I look over my list, I realize that I’m friends with a lot of these authors …. it might get awkward. “Well, I didn’t read your book because I thought it looked boring.”

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