September TBR

I have been reading a lot these past three months which I am really happy about plus I am reading books that I am interested in.  Also publishing in these later months of this year is just going to be absolutely amazing and exciting. This month I am going to be reading lots of proofs as October is going to be the most exciting publishing month of the year. So here is the list:

The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Anderson, Translated by Misha Hoekstra (Pushkin Press Children)


Opinion: I am always interested to read new translations.


Angel Mage by Garth Nix (Katherine Tegen)


Opinion: I nearly finished this mammoth. 


Verify by Joelle Charbonneau (HarperTeen)


Opinion: I have proof this one and it sounded really intriguing. 


Le Belle Sauvage (The Book of Dust) by Philip Pullman (David Fickling Books) 


Opinion: I am doing a reread for the new Book of Dust book. 


Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo (Gollancz)


Opinion: I have a proof this and I am so excited to read it!!!


As always keep geeking!






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