Down the TBR Hole #11

Every Sunday I am going to do a TBR post where I review my TBR on Goodreads and decided which ones I want to keep and which ones get cut!

Starting Count: 211

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Date Added: Apr 13, 2018

Cats!

Verdict: Keep

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Date Added: Apr 13, 2018

Verdict: Keep

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Date Added: Apr 16, 2018

I think I added this one when I was watching Chuck because the cover looks like the show.

Verdict: Remove

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Date Added: Apr 16, 2018

I have too many retellings on my TBR

Verdict: Remove

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Date Added: Apr 16, 2018

Even though I loved P&P and Zombies I am not a big Zombie fan.

Verdict: Remove

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Date Added: Apr 16, 2018

Space Pirates!

Verdict: Keep

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Date Added: Apr 20, 2018

I have my Great-Grandmother’s copy of this along with an newspaper article she clipped about the main character.  I probably should read it some day…

Verdict: Keep

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Date Added: Apr 26, 2018

Verdict: Keep

Print

Date Added: Apr 26, 2018

Interactive Romance!

Verdict: Keep

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Date Added: Apr 27, 2018

This sounds a lot like Inkheart

Verdict: Keep

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Date Added: May 02, 2018

Robin Hood!

Verdict: Keep

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Date Added: May 02, 2018

This book just sounds fun.

Verdict: Keep


Started with: 211
Ended with: 208
Reviewed: 12
Removed: 3

Have you read any of these? Are any of these on your TBR too? Is your TBR out of control? Let me know!

14 comments

  1. Hahaha Brittany I love that you keep much than you remove! I know that’s not the point but it still shows that getting rid of (potential) books is difficult for us!

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  2. My Lady’s Choosing is a lot of fun! I particularly enjoyed that I could read as much or as little of it as I liked. (AKA you can decide you are done with the book after following one of the plots, or you could keep going back and trying to find them all.) It brought back great memories of the Choose-Your-Own-Adventure books I read as a kid.

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    1. Yay! I’m glad you liked it!! As a kid I usually only read one or two plots. I always treated them as “what would I actually do” so I only read multiple plots if there was a split that I wasn’t sure what I would do. 😀

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