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December TBR

If you were around for last month’s TBR you’ll know that I had 4 books on my list. You may notice that this month the list is even smaller despite the fact that I’m going to have a lot more time. The main reason for this is that a lot of my reading is going to be for my uni course and I haven’t decided whether I’m going to review them or not (let me know if you want me to), plus I have one spill over book from last month’s list!


1. What Light by Jay Asher
. I know very little about this book, but I do know it’s about a girl living on a Christmas tree farm – so when better to read it than December! It’s been getting some pretty good reviews so I’m thinking good things.

2. The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead. Last month the sunbeamsjess book of the month was Girl At War, this month it’s been replaced by The Underground Railroad. Again, I’m not really sure of the details, but I believe this book is set in America, centring around a pair of African slaves escaping a sugar plantation using the ‘underground railroad’.

3. The Sky Is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson. This is my audiobook of choice for the last week of bus rides to uni, I listened to I’ll Give You The Sun earlier this year and semi-enjoyed it, so I thought I’d give this one a try too. I think it’s an overwhelming feature of this month’s TBR that I have little to no idea what these books are about, and this is no exception, but I promise my reviews will be good!

Other things I might read:

 

So there we have it, a very tentative TBR I’ll admit, but hopefully I’ll be able to stick to it! What’s on your TBR for the holiday season? Do you have any Christmas favourites?

 

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