Welcome to another TBR Thursday!

I’ve officially surpassed my Goodreads reading goal for the year, but I’ve still got quite a few books on my TBR stack. Here’s what I’m working on:

Physical books:

The Light of All That Falls by James Islington — This was on one of my TBR lists a while back, but it’s a HUGE book (not only because it’s 830 pages, but because the writing is dense), and I only made it about halfway through. Then it was due back to the library. So I finally have it again, and this time I actually intend to finish it.

Midnight Sun by Stephanie Meyer — I wasn’t sure if I was going to read this one (b/c the Twilight books were only okay), but a friend bought it and has kindly lent it to me, so now I’m in.

Teen Titans: Raven by Kami Garcia — This one is a graphic novel, and I love the cover. Plus, I needed something slightly lighter to pair with my other reads for the next few weeks so I have time to finish the two tomes listed above.

Teen Titans: Beast Boy by Kami Garcia — If I’m going to go for one pretty cover I may as well go for both.

(Update: As I was searching Goodreads to get links for the two Teen Titans graphic novels I saw that a third one is scheduled for publication in February 2021 called Teen Titans: Beast Boy Loves Raven, and I’ve already marked it as to-read. I sort of don’t care whether I end up liking the first two or not. #BeastBoyAndRaven4Ever)


Invictus by Ryan Graudin — I had this one out as a physical book a while back and never got around to reading it. Now I’ve borrowed it as an audiobook, and the reader is doing a fantastic job with an exciting story. Time travel! Rips in spacetime! Ancient Rome! Future Rome! Piracy! Definitely worth a read.

Tilly and the Bookwanderers by Anna James — This is the MG book I’m listening to with the kids right now. It’s cute so far!

The Time of Contempt by Andrzej Sapkowski — Next on the docket, my journey with the Witcher continues. This is the second full-length novel, but the fourth overall book in the series.

Band Sinister by K.J. Charles — Who knows whether I’ll even get to this one. I was searching for something else that was unavailable and Hoopla recommended it, and the description was very funny, so I thought I might give it a try.

What are you reading this week? Let us know in the comments!

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