This week’s Top Ten Tuesday theme is a Halloween or Creepy freebie. I’ve completely gone off course and decided to take advantage of the fact it’s the end of the month and use the word Halloween to spell out my TBR for November – with one freebie as obviously Halloween only has nine letters.
I’ve ignored any articles such as A or The at the beginning of titles – and had to cheat on one of them!
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Halloween / Creepy Freebie
The Hate You Give by Angie Thomas
There was only one H book this could be. THUG has been sitting unread on my shelf for far too long so I’m pleased I’ll finally be getting to it in November.
Ash Princess by Laura Sebastian
This sounds like quite a dark fantasy. This one hasn’t been sitting on my shelves for quite as long, I picked it up in Waterstones purely because of the cut out cover, I’m a sucker for a good looking book.
The Loneliest Girl In The Universe by Lauren James
So many of my favourite people have raved about this book, and it’s science! I’m not sure why I’ve not picked it up before now but I’m looking forward to finally getting to it.
Lethal White by Robert Galbraith
I love all the Strike books and I preordered this one. I started this the very same day but it’s a monster of a book so it’s not one I take out to read on my commute. In November I’m going to make a concerted effort to finish the book while I’m at home.
You Only Live Once by Jess Vallance
This is the one I had to cheat on, the only book on my shelf that begins with an O is One Of Us Is Lying and I’ve already read that. This book looks like a lot of fun so I’m looking forward to it.
Wing Jones by Katherine Webber
I’m a terribly bad bookworm for not having already read this. It’s another book that everyone has consistently told me how wonderful it is! So hopefully November will be the month I finally get to it.
Eve Of Man by Giovanna and Tom Fletcher
This has such an interesting concept. I’ve not read any of Gi or Tom’s book so far but I’m intrigued to get see how their YA offering is.
The Exact Opposite Of Okay by Laura Steven
I think this book covers some really important concepts in today’s society so I’m looking forward to seeing how the book deals with it.
Nine by Zach Hines
Another book with a really interesting concept that I don’t think has received much hype in the UK. Humans have nine lives, and each live you live is an upgrade from the previous one. Considering the book deals with ‘burners’ people who deliberately die to move up to a later ‘better’ life I imagine it has a pretty fine line to walk regarding how suicides are dealt with in the book. I’m hoping it reads okay!
The Boneless Mercies by April Genevieve Tucholke
This one was on my to buy list which then appeared in October’s Wildest Dreams Book Box so a perfect reason to dive straight in next month!
That’s my TBR for November courtesy of the word Halloween. I was planning on reading them in this order but if there’s a book I need to bump up the list let me know in the comments! Also if you’re taking part in Top Ten Tuesday this week be sure to leave me a link to your post!