This was on my TBR for May but after struggling to get my hands on a copy, it didn't arrive before I went on holiday for the last two weeks of the month. I was really excited to read it as soon as it was released, as I absolutely loved the first three books in The Selection series. I was obviously going to read this one as soon as I was able to and have already finished it.
I figured it was about time I read another 2015 debut for the Debut Author Challenge and since this is the only one I currently own, I decided this would be a good place to start. This is about four people who want to rid themselves of their labels in the two months before an asteroid hits. I don't think I've read anything like this before so I'm excited to see what I think of it. I have heard great things about it from the people in Waterstones when I was buying it, which gives me hope.
I have had this on my shelf for years and finally pulled it out of my TBR jar this month. It's been a good three years, at least, since I read a Nicholas Sparks book, and I have loved all of his books that I have read, so I'm looking forward to reading this one. This is about a soldier who meets a girl while on leave but re-enlists after 9/11, forcing him to leave her behind. I have seen this movie and really enjoyed it so I am hoping that the book will be just as good.
I was kind of on the fence about reading Paper Towns until I saw the trailer for the movie when I went to see Pitch Perfect 2. The movie looks like it's going to be great so I have decided that I need to read the book before I see the movie. I don't know much about this book but I think I will keep it like that and go into the book knowing very little about it.
I know absolutely nothing about this book and there isn't even a description on Goodreads to help me out. This is my eBook for the month that I pulled out of my TBR jar. There is a long story which explains why I came to have a lot of books on my Kindle that I did not buy and because of this, there are several books in my TBR jar that I don't know the first thing about. There is a very high chance that I will end up DNFing this book, as I haven't had great success with these random books in the past, but I thought I ought to give them all a fair go.
I finally managed to finish the audiobook of We Should Hang Out Sometime by Josh Sundquist at the beginning of June so I am hoping to at least start another this month. I have a few to choose from so I'm not completely sure which one I want to listen to, but hopefully I can start one.
That's my TBR for June, what do you plan to read this month?