October TBR

I’m planning on five different readathons for October (I said there was a lot!) and so I have a very, very large TBR for this month. As my TBRs for readathons change quite frequently due to getting new books out of the library and mood, I’ll be putting on this monthly TBR the books I want to read the most out of all my readathon TBRs (which will be posted throughout the month) and the library books I want to get to. For books, I want to finish reading Throne of Glass and Conjuring of Light since they have been on my ‘Currently Reading’ list for over a month.

This is the sequel to The Diviners which I read and enjoyed a few months ago. I’m hoping since this is a library book, I will read this sooner rather than later rather than get intimidated by its size. Historical fantasy is definitely something I’m interested in and wish we saw more of.

I read The Wrath and the Dawn a few months ago and I finally got a hold of the sequel. I really enjoyed the first book in the series and I can’t wait to see how everything gets solved in this last book in the series.

It is the month of sequels! I loved The Queen of the Tearling (review here) and I can’t wait to find out what happens in the rest of the series.

A classic horror story that has been on my list of classics I want to read and Halloween is the perfect time for that!


A much shorter TBR than normal but I have a ton of readathons and library books to get through. The books above are the ones I’m most excited about but there’s a lot of books I’m looking forward to this month so here’s hoping I get to them!

What’s your TBR looking like for the month of October? Let me know in the comments!





4 thoughts on “October TBR

  1. Omg Frankenstein is such a fun, creepy book! I read it for college years ago but I really enjoyed the way it made me question my own understanding of the story based on pop culture. It’s especially thought-provoking if you think about it in the context of modern science, all the technology we have and the capability we have now versus back then. I’m excited to see what you think!

    1. I can’t wait to read it, especially around Halloween. It’s been on my list of classics to read for a while and yes, I definitely want to see how pop culture and reality match up. Thanks!

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