TBR List – The continuation

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Timehop reminded me of this post the other day that I made this massive list a year ago and then kind of never looked at it again but I did add to the list funnily enough. So I figured I would give it a little revamp. I’m still capping it at 100 because otherwise it will just go on for too damn long.

So, the books I’ve read in the last year:

1) Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: The Official Script

2) Scrappy Little Nobody – Anna Kendrick

3) Our Chemical Hearts – Krystal Sutherland

4) Summer Days and Summer Nights – Stephanie Perkins

5) Only Dull People Are Brilliant at Breakfast – Oscar Wilde

6) And I Darken – Kiersten White

7) The Mortal Instruments – Cassandra Clare

8) The Infernal Devices – Cassandra Clare

9) All My Friends are Superheroes – Andrew Kauffman

10) After You – Jojo Moyes

That is not as many as I thought…dammit. Now, I’ve eliminated all the ones that are now currently scheduled to be read this year (of which there are now 22 books remaining) and so my new 100 (that’s not even 100 because there are so many damn book series’ on it…) TBR list is:

1) Everything leads to you – Nina Lacour

2) Luckiest Girl Alive – Jessica Knoll

3) The Illuminae Files – Amie Kaufman

4) Starbound Trilogy – Amie Kaufman

5) The Firebird Trilogy – Claudia Gray

6) Not Working – Lisa Owens

7) The Captive Prince Trilogy – C.S Pascat

8) The Raven Cycle series – Maggie Stiefvater

9) Radio Silence – Alice Oseman

10) Internment Chronicles – Lauren DeStefano

11) Rebel Belle – Rachel Hawkins

12) Asking For It – Louise O’Neill

13) M Train – Patti Smith

14) White Teeth – Zadie Smith

15) Modern Romance – Aziz Ansari

16) Why Not Me? – Mindy Kaling

17) Trigger Warning – Neil Gaiman (I’m gonna run out of Gaiman books at some point)

18) The Lunar Chronicles – Marissa Meyer (the rest of if anyway, which is 3 books)

19) East of Eden – John Steinbeck

20) Bird by Bird – Anne Lamott

21) A Single Man – Christopher Isherwood

22) His Dark Materials trilogy – Phillip Pullman

23) The Defining Decade- Meg Jay

24) The Marriage Plot – Jeffery Eugenides

25) The Art of Asking – Amanda Palmer

26) The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho

27) The Handmaid’s Tale – Margaret Atwood

28) The Five People You Meet in Heaven – Mitch Albom

29) The Opposite of Loneliness – Marina Keegan

30) My Year With Eleanor – Noelle Hancock

31) Love Letters to the Dead – Ava Dellaira

32) Reunion – Hannah Pittard

33) J – Howard Jacobson

34) Ordinary People – Judith Guest

35) Life – Keith Richards

36) The Princess Bride – William Goldman

37) Only Ever Yours – Louise O’Neill

38) Eat, Pray, Love – Elizabeth Gilbert

39) Into the Wild – Jon Krakauer

40) It’s Not Me, It’s You – Mhairi McFarlane

41) Horns – Joe Hill

42) Legend Series – Marie Lu

43) Throne of Glass Series – Sarah J Mass

44) Illusions of Fate – Kiersten White

45) Red Queen Series – Victoria Aveyard

46) Solitaire – Alice Oseman

47 ) Dangerous Boys – Abigail Haas

48) Dangerous Girls – Abigail Haas

49) The Martian – Andy Weir

50) The Jungle Book – Rudyard Kipling

51) Far From The Madding Crow – Thomas Hardy

52) Child 44 – Tom Rob Smith

53) In the Heart of the Sea – Nathaniel Philbrick

54) The D.U.F.F – Kody Keplinger

55) Still Alice – Lisa Genova

56) All the Bright Places – Jennifer Niven

57) The Beautiful and the Damned – F Scott Fitzgerald – I am also officially extending this to anything that I haven’t read by Fitzgerald, which may actually also include a re-read of Tender is the Night without the English student gaze.

58) World War Z – Max Brooks

59) It – Stephen King – I discovered just how big this book was when I looked it up after watching the trailer for the new film…I am now more concerned about tackling this.

60) In Cold Blood – Truman Capote

61) Invisible Monsters Remix – Chuck Palahniuk

62) The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – Mark Haddon

63) Kurt Vonnegurt’s anything.

64) Brick Lane – Monica Ali

65) One Hundred Years of Solitude – Gabriel Marquez Garcia

66) A Spot of Bother – Mark Haddon

67) Lolito – Ben Brooks

68) How to Lose Friends and Alienate People – Toby Young

69) Ready Player One – Ernest Cline

70) Never Let Me Go – Kazuo Ishiguro

71) The Sun Also Rises – Ernest Hemingway

72) Song of Solomon – Toni Morrison

73) The Rachel Papers – Martin Amis

74) Infinite Jest – David Foster Wallace

75) Lost Boy – Christina Henry

76) Giovanni’s Room – James Baldwin

77) Stargirl – Jerry Spinelli

78) The Boyfriend List – E Lockhart

79) Q: A Love Story – Evan Mandery

80) Anything Ian McEwan that I haven’t already read

81) The Help – Kathyrn Stockett

82) To Kill a Mockingbird – Harper Lee

83) Rebecca – Daphne du Maurier

84) London Fields – Martin Amis

85) I Love Dick – Chris Kraus

86) A Girl is a Half Formed Thing – Eimear McBride

87) We Were Liars – E Lockhart

88) Now I Rise – Kiersten White

89) Rebel of the Sands triolgy – Alwyn Hamilton

90) The Curses – Laure Eve

91) Love Letters to the Dead – Ava Dellaria

92) Beautiful Broken Things – Sara Bernard

93) Big Little Lies – Liane Moriarty

94) Girl Up – Laura Bates

95) Everyday Sexism – Laura Bates

96)  It’s Called A Break Up Because It’s Broken – Greg Behrendt

97) Fight Club – Chuck Palahniuk

98) Sharp Objects – Gillian Flynn

99) The Girl of Ink and Stars – Kiran Millwood Hargrave

100) A Darker Shade of Magic – V.E Schwab – And the series that accompanies it.

I really do not want to know how many books this list actually includes when I break it all down. This list just keeps on getting longer and longer and I had honestly forgotten about so many of them. And I’m also still always adding to it and I’m on a book buying ban right now. And, and, and…

So many books.

Parentheses count: 4. See you tomorrow!

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Sophie, twenty-something, avid reader, writer, really good at watching whole seasons of TV shows in one weekend and using 10 words where 5 will do, overzealous user of the ellipsis and parentheses, starts too many sentences with ‘and’ and ‘so’, living in a continual state of Wanderlust.

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