MONTHLY TBR #8 | November 2018

November 2018 TBR.png

Yay, another TBR for the month! But, I mean, it isn’t necessarily all new…some of it is stuff from October’s TBR, lol.

1. Dracula by Bram Stoker


One of the ones from my October TBR. I technically started last month, but I’m still working on it. I’m reading it as I listen to the audiobook, and it’s going pretty well so far!

2. Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist

Let the Right One in

Another one I started last month. I think on Halloween, actually. It’s another vampire book, very creepy so far, but uh…also pedophilia? Kinda gross, but I’ll see where it goes, I suppose. I’m almost halfway through.

3. Lair of Dreams by Libba Bray

Lair of Dreams

Yes, it is indeed the sequel to The Diviners. Hopefully, it doesn’t take me forever to finish it, but we’ll see. Who knows. At least now I know that listening at 1.25x speed is actually amazing, so.

4. The Snow Witch by Rosie Boyes

The Snow Witch

This is an eARC I’ve had since…too long. September, I think? Anywho, it’s a middle grade novel, and so far it’s…hm. It’d be great except for a few key elements. Hoping to get it done this month.

5. Choosing Evil by Kristina Rienzi

Choosing Evil

Another eARC, and there’s actually a deadline for this, sooo, let’s hope I get it done by the end of the month. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

6. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling

Harry Potter Sorcerer's Stone

I’m not really quiet about my distaste for J.K. Rowling, but I’m still a slight sucker for her books. I never got the nostalgia like some people, but it’s a fun series to get through. I’m doing a readalong with a group of friends, and we’re reading the first two this month, and then one a month after that.

7. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling

Chamber of Secrets

The second book for the readalong! Particularly for the last half of the month, so that’s good.

And those are my reading choices this month! Hopefully, I can get through it all, especially since I’ve already started some of them, but….it’ll be a tough one. Maybe I’ll make good use of my Thanksgiving break near the end.

What are you reading this month? Or right now? Any of these? Let me know!

Until next time~

6 thoughts on “MONTHLY TBR #8 | November 2018

  1. Can you believe that although I’m a huge fan of vampires I haven’t yet read Dracula? I haven’t. I’m afraid it’s not going to be as good as people say it is. I’ll wait for your review if you write one 😛
    Right now I’m reading The Enchanted Sonata by Heather Dixon Wallwork, which is a retelling of the Nutcracker ballet. So far so good.

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    1. I tried once, way back in middle school, but didn’t get through it. I’m hoping it’s pretty good. The only issue I have so far is that it’s so dense, lol. But thank you for wanting to read my review of it when it ever pops up!

      Ohhh, that sounds good! I’ve never watched any sort of movie or play of Nutcracker, but I did play it during band in high school for a holiday concert.


    1. It does! I hope it’s good; from the adult urban fantasy that I’ve read before, it’s kind of hit or miss for me, especially since a lot of the woman leads tend to be the “I’m not like other girls” type.

      I really liked “The Diviners!” I don’t know how reading the physical book is, but I found the audiobook very engaging. I’d encourage you to pick it up! Though, I was hoping that the characters’ powers were used a bit more, but that’s just a nitpick, lol.


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