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Lethal White by Robert Galbraith
By the time this posts, I’ll probably have already started it, let’s just be honest. I just really need Robin and Cormoran to happen. But regardless, I don’t remember much about the last book. I’m watching the show (CB Strike is on Cinemax in the US–apparently you can watch all the episodes if you subscribe through Amazon, so yeah. If I don’t finish the show in 7 days, I’m paying $10 to watch it).
The Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling
Yeah, I actually tried this one and got bored…
The Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo
I love the Shadow and Bone trilogy and the Six of Crows duology, but I haven’t picked this one up yet. Honestly, I just don’t like short stories all that much.
Wonder Woman Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo
I might pick up The Language of Thorns someday, but this isn’t one I care to read. While I liked the new Wonder Woman movie and everything, I’m not really into superheroes.
It by Stephen King
Ugh…Yeah, I know. Stephen King is one of my favorite authors, and no, I haven’t read everything by him, obviously. However, this is one I’m not sure if I’ll get to. It’s just so friggin’ long.
Misery by Stephen King
I’m actually planning on reading this soon, so hopefully it won’t be on a list like this again.
The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway
I love his books and short stories: “Hills Like White Elephants”, A Farewell to Arms, A Moveable Feast. I’ve read so many of his works, and yet I haven’t read this one, and it’s his most famous. I’m a little apprehensive because I think it’s one of those books that you read in school when there are clearly better alternatives. I honestly don’t know if I’ll ever get to it.
Going Bovine by Libba Bray
I’ve read The Gemma Doyle series and all of the books (so far) in The Diviners series. I’ve loved Libba Bray since middle school, and yet I haven’t picked this one up. I’m not sure if it’s one that interests me, to be honest.
Richard III by William Shakespeare
Is it stereotypical to have Shakespeare up here? Anyway, I’d actually consider myself pretty well-read with his plays. I went to a couple of Shakespeare camps as a kid (yep, this was a thing) and took a Shakespeare class in college, on top of the usual exposure you get with him in theater and literature classes. But nope, I haven’t read this one. I’m actually not a huge fan of his histories.
Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
I want to read it, and I’ve started it before, but it’s just so bizarre that I need to be in the mood for it, honestly.