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Down the TBR hole #5 21-25

Down the TBR Hole is a meme hosted by Lia @ Lost in a Story. It is dedicated to decluttering your TBR pile, going through each book and choosing which one should stay or go. I know that there are some book on my TBR pile that I’m never going to get to, so this tag is a nice solution to my never-ending TBR pile! So, here goes nothing!

How it works…

  • Order on ascending date added.
  • Take the first 5 (or 10 if you’re feeling adventurous) books
  • Read the synopses of the books
  • Decide: keep it or should it go?
  • Down the TBR Hole #4

The Books…

Angels and Demons by Dan Brown


I still own this book and I really enjoyed watching the movies so at some point in the future (I don’t know when) I do want to eventually read this book. Verdict: Stay


Atonement by Ian McEwan


This is one of my good friend’s favorite books and I really want to give it a try. However, it is not the type of book that I normally read so I’m not sure how I will feel about it. It’s one of those that I sort of want to read but don’t actually know if it will ever happen. I guess I will keep it for a little bit longer. Verdict: Stay (for now)


Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops by Jen Campbell


Okay so here’s the deal, I think this will be really funny and relatable, but I don’t know if I will ever actively search it out… which is what I use my goodreads “to-read” list for. If I happen across it one day then I might pick it up, but I see no reason to keep this on my shelf. Verdict: Go


Ready Player One by Ernest Cline


I am dying to read this book. It has gotten so much hype that I don’t know how I couldn’t want to read it. Verdict: Stay


Dark Places by Gillian Flynn


I absolutely loved Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn and I really want to read her other books. I think Sharp Objects showed up on one of my previous posts and I really want to read them both. They are on my Amazon wish list, which is what I use for books that I plan on getting in the very near future. Verdict: Stay


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