July TBR

I have so many books to get through that I’m just going to mention the ones that I’m determined to finish, and if I get through any others I’ll talk about them in my wrap up at the end of the month.

I Was a Teenage Ghost Hunter by Brian K. Henry

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The author of this book contacted me on Twitter and provided me with a copy to review. I love a good ghost story, so I’m looking forward to giving this a read. It’s about a teenager who can see ghosts, who is roped into investigating some spooky goings on at a local manor house.

Hand Over Fist by Michael Ross

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A copy of this book was provided to me by the author, who contacted me through this blog. This is the first book in a series and follows a down on his luck guy whose friend goes missing shortly after he is reunited with her.

The Sisters by Claire Douglas

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I bought this shortly after hearing Peter Monn mention it on his youtube channel. It’s about a young woman trying to make a fresh start after the death of her twin sister. She is befriended by a twin brother and sister, but their motives may not be as innocent as they first appear.

Quarantine (Alone book 3) by James Phelan

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I bought the Alone trilogy a few years ago and just never got around to finishing it. I read the first two books straight away, but for some reason never finished the third book. It’s about a sixteen year old trying to survive in post apocalypse New York.

The Harrowing by Alexandra Sokoloff

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This one is about five students spending the Thanksgiving weekend at college who discover that they may not be alone when they sense another presence in the building. I have another of the authors books, The Price, so I might read that one too if I can fit it in.

This Is Where It Ends by Marieke Nijkamp

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This is another book that I heard Peter Monn mention on his youtube channel, only he hated this one with a passion. I had heard that other people had liked it, so thought I would give it a go and see why it was such a love/hate kind of book. It’s about a school shooting and is told from the viewpoints of the different students trapped in the midst of the situation.

There are so many more books that I want to read, and I know a lot of people are doing readathons this month, but I didn’t want to add too many to my tbr and then feel disappointed that I couldn’t finish them all.

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3 thoughts on “July TBR

      • ashleyreadsit says:

        I know! It’s so tempting to just buy them all. I have one little bookshelf, and many many more books in boxed and piled on my dresser as well as the floor lol. I watch Peter literally every morning, it’s literally become part of my everyday life. I just watched a video where he gave a shout out to The Restricted Section whom I also adore!

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