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September TBR

This month I have decided to go with a theme outside of my reading challenge for this month. I have not had the experience of diving into children's fiction and I know there are some really great stories out there in children fiction. I have read the Spiderwick Chronicles and the review for that will be posted in a few days. These are pretty short so I think I can get them in.

For this month I am going to work on Children series
Beyonders Chronicles) by Brandon Mull -A World Without Heroes (bk1)
                                                                  -Seed of Rebellion (bk2)
                                                                  - Chasing the Prophecy (bk3)

The Theodosa Throckmorton series by R.L. LaFevers -Theodosia and the Serpents Chaos
                                                                                       -Theodosia and the Staff of Osiris
                                                                                      -Theodosia and the Eyes of Horus
                                                                                       -Theodosia and the Last Pharaoh

Now if you don't know about Tackle Your TBR  Read-a-thon hosted by Wishful Endings it is a two week read-a-thon for you to get through books that are on your TBR pile. It will be from September 12th-16. There are open discussions on goodreads about the books you want to read. I can already tell its going to be great. Here is my list

1.) DragonMark by Sherrilyn Kenyon
2.)Vicious by V.E. Schwab
3.)A Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
4.)And I Darken by Kiersten White
5.)This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab

Some of these I have been struggling with to finish. It is taking me forever to get through This savage song but its coming along. Also I have been a huge reading slump and it seems never ending. Keeping my fingers crossed that it ends because there is so much that I want to get my hands on. 


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