Books I Want to Read Before the End of the Year

Books I Want to Read Before 2021

I can’t believe 2020 is almost over. I know that the second the calendar switches to 2021, things won’t magically get better, but I’m still excited for this year to end.

There were a lot of great books that came out this year, and I feel like I got to most of them, but there were still a few I didn’t get the chance to read. So, my December will be me trying to catch up.

Some of my most anticipated releases of the year… I didn’t get to read. But that’s okay! Because we have a couple of weeks now to read them.

So, without further ado, here are the books I’m hoping to get to before the end of the year.

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V. E. Schwab

Genre: Historical Fantasy
Publisher: Tor Books
Page Count: 442

I actually just finished this one! The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue is an absolutely stunning novel, following Addie, a girl who makes a faustian deal to live forever. However, as a result of her deal, everyone she ever meets instantly forgets her and she can never make a lasting mark on the world. She lives with way for almost 300 years, until one day she meets a guy in a bookstore who remembers her.

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August TBR (Disneyathon and ARC August!)

August TBR

I may have bitten off more than I can chew.

This month, I want to participate in two challenges:

  1. ARC August, where you try and trim down your TBR and read as many ARCs as you can (more info here)
  2. The Disney-readathon, where you pick a team and try to complete challenges to earn points (more info here)

I know that I won’t be able to reach all my goals, but I’m going to spend the next month trying.

Read more to see my TBRs for the Disney-Readathon and ARC August!

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June TBR, Plus My Favorite Reads from April + May

It’s been awhile since I’ve done this type of post! I’m sorry for that, I’ve been making videos of this on TikTok and kept putting off actually writing it down. I would like to blame my not-so-great internet, but it’s really just my fault haha.

Before I start talking about all of the books I’m dying to read this month, I want to mention some of the most memorable reads of the past two months!

Read more to see my favorite April and May reads, as well as my June TBR List!

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Best March Reads + April TBR – Quarantine Reading

March Favorites + April TBR

March was… insane. To say the least.

Thank God for books.

I read 11 books in March, most of them read before quarantine. I was hoping I would read more since social distancing started but instead, I’m struggling to get through books. Before all this, I was reading more than I had in months, so hopefully I’m really hoping I’ll be able to get back to that soon.

Read more for all of my favorite March reads, as well as the books I’m hoping to read in April!

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Top 10 Most Anticipated March 2020 Book Releases!!

Top 10 March 2020 Book Releases

March is here, and it’s bringing some of the biggest books of 2020!! Seriously, there are some hyped up books coming out this month. March 3rd may be Super Tuesday for U.S. politics, but I think that can also apply to the book world with the amount of books we’ll be getting on that day.

Because we have so many amazing books coming our way, let’s start diving into my top 10!

[ Related: 20 Most Anticipated Book Releases of 2020 (Plus 120+ More!)(Recommendation Nation)]

Anna K.: A Love Story by Jenny Lee

Release Date: 3/3/2020
Genre: YA Retelling (Contemporary, Anna Karenina)
Publisher: Flatiron Books
Page Count: 448
As her friends go through the normal struggles of being a teen, Anna seems to sail gracefully through life. Until she meets Alexia, a notorious playboy who is everything Anna is not. When she finds herself drawn to him, she must decide what she is willing to give up to be with him, and how well she truly knows herself.

Chain of Gold by Cassandra Clare

Release Date: 3/3/2020
Series: The Last Hours #1
Genre: YA Urban Fantasy
Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books
Page Count: 544
I swear, the Shadowhunter Chronicles will never end. This is the start of the next Shadowhunter series, taking place in Edwardian London, and following the children of Will and Tessa Herondale- James and Lucie- as well as Cordelia Carstairs, whose name may sound familiar if you’ve read the The Dark Artifices series.

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