Sunday, 10 May 2015

TBR | May 2015

As April was such a failure of a reading month for me, the majority of my TBR for May looks a little similar to last month. However, my exams will be finished by the middle of the month so I am hoping to have plenty time towards the end of the month to make up for April.

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This is the 8th book in the Confessions Of Georgia Nicholson series, which I have been working my way through recently. I had planned to read this in April and while I started it, I never managed to finish it so have carried it over to May. 

I bought this book back in March after trying to listen to it on audiobook but giving up. I really want to read Morgan Matson's works in publication order and as this was her first novel published, I will be starting with this one. There is nothing better than a road trip story to start off the summer so I am really excited to get to this one. 

This is another book that was on my TBR for April that I never managed to read. Having watched the movie adaptation of Love, Rose, one of my favourite books of all time, and absolutely loving it, I am desperate to read more Cecelia Ahern books. This is the only other one I own and when I picked it out of my TBR jar for last month I was so excited. This is about a woman who talks a man out of committing suicide by making a deal with him that she can prove life is worth living before her 35th birthday, giving her just two weeks. I will definitely get to this one in May.

I am so excited for this book, I can't even explain it! This is the fourth book in The Selection series by Kiera Cass, therefore I can't give away anything to do with the synopsis of the book, and I cannot wait to get my hands on it. This is a May release and one that I know I will devour the second I get my hands on it, which isn't great when I have exams to study for. 

This was my eBook for the month of April that I did not manage to get around to, meaning I broke my New Years Resolution of an ebook a month. I will be carrying this over to the month of May. This sounds like another good book to kick off my summer reading as it is a contemporary romance which sounds like it could be a fun read.

I am still listening to We Should Hand Out Sometime by Josh Sundquist on audiobook so I will hopefully get around to finishing that. I also want to read the third novella to The Selection series, The Queen, before I get to The Heir.

What do you plan to read in the month of May?

Sophie :)

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