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Autumn TBR!

It feels so strange saying that it’s autumn already! After living through the coldest summer I’ve ever experienced (Tasmania, why do you do this) it’s now autumn and I swear it’s actually warmer than it was during December. I will admit that 2015 started off rather well, I’ve already read 37 books (most being graphic novels, if I’m completely honest) but now that I’ve started University I feel like my reading is definitely going to slow down. So I thought I would make a small list of books I really want to read this autumn!

1. A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas – This is probably one of my most anticipated books for 2015! The arc-reviews have been absolutely incredible and I am so extremely jealous of everyone who has managed to get a copy of this already. I’m anxiously awaiting May 5th to get my hands on this one!

2. Vicious by V. E. Schwab – This has been hyped up so much but I have faith I’m still going to love it! So many people have recommended this to me in the past year and I cannot believe I haven’t picked it up yet. Mum, however, let me get a book for easter this year so I finally used it as an excuse to pick this up. I’m really excited to get to this!

3. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn – So far this year I have read Sharp Objects, The Girl on the Train and Dark Places so I’m finally going to pick up my copy of Gone Girl to continue my psychological thriller streak! The reason I’ve been putting this one off is because I’ve already seen the movie, but I still really want to read the book!

4. A Dance with Dragons by George R. R. Martin – This is pretty self explanatory. I want to finish what is published of the series. I also really want to catch up before season 5 airs!

A few other books I need to read for University this spring include Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro, The Driver’s Seat by Muriel Spark and Our Country’s Good by Timberlake Wertenbaker.

I also really want to catch up on the current run of Batgirl and Saga Vol. 4.

Obviously there are lots of other books I’d really like to get to this month, however ultimately if I managed to get to most of this list I’d be very happy!

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