The March/April TBR

I quite like how I am doing these posts bimonthly, so I think I’ll stick with this kind of schedule for the time being.

However, the TBR pile has grown more than it has shrunk, and I still have so much to read!  I’m on a book ban at the moment because I don’t really have the room for a growing TBR pile without regular destashing, although my sister and I may possibly be getting extra shelves on our walls which is exciting and means less stress on my brother, whose room houses our tiny, tiny bookshelf and almost all our books (I keep the rest on my desk in piles.) (Maybe I will do a bookshelf tour soon!)

Instead of showing you the pile in its entirety this time, I’ll show you what I plan to read in these two months. There are books I am dying to read and books that I am less enthusiastic about, and I want to read at least three of those on the pile of Less Enthusiasm.

From The Pile of Less Enthusiasm


The Mammoth Cheese by Sheri Holman – At the beginning of the month I read about two pages and already left unfinished, deciding life is too short for books I’m really not excited to read. I may have only read to pages but I read those two pages like, ten times and couldn’t get into it.

After the Fall by Charity Norman – World Book Night 2015’s free book

His Illegal Self by Peter Carey

From The Pile of Excitement

So colourful!

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern – As I type, I’ve actually already finished this, and adored it to bits.

Caraval by Stephanie Garber

A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by J.K. Rowling

Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

Here’s hoping I get through this entire pile! It may be the most reading I get done before the exam season begins.

Have you read any of these before?

Until next time,

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