Quite some time ago we started doing the 5 On My TBR bookish meme and it was a lot of fun, so we want to bring this meme to the blog more regularly! This bookish meme is hosted by E from Local Bee Hunter’s Nook. This week’s prompt is Green Covers. My books are sorted by color so this shouldn’t be too hard. Now let’s jump in!
1.Hollowpox – Jessica Townsend
I feel like a broken record but I really do plan on reading this one soon! The first 2 Nevermoor books are amazing and I’m sure I will love this one as well. My Goodreads friends who have read this one have all rated it 5 stars so my expectations are quite high haha.
2. Forest of a Thousand Lanterns – Julie C. Dao
I have been wanting to read this one for quite a while now. Hopefully this year I will actually read it. It’s been on my TBR for years now, at least 3,5 I think! I’m still interested in this one and I think I might really enjoy it.
3. The Kingdom of Copper – S.A. Chakraborty
I won’t be reading this super soon since it’s the second book in a series and I haven’t read this first book either. That first book is pretty high on my TBR though! Candyce read them and she really loves them and I think I will too. The covers are also gorgeous!
4. Reaper at the Gates – Sabaa Tahir
This is the Dutch edition of Reaper at the Gates. I got the first book in Dutch and have been collecting them that way ever since. At this moment I don’t think they’ve said anything about translating the fourth book so I might still have to change unfortunately. There have been a lot of mixed reviews about this book so I’m curious to find out how I’ll like it.
5. Wildcard – Marie Lu
I did already start this one but had to put it down in favor of something else unfortunately. The first book in the duology was a very pleasant surprise and I liked what I read so far. I hope to pick this one back up quite soon! It will also be nice to have finished a series.
These are 5 books on my TBR with a green covers. I might be reading some of these soon, or at least I hope so! Have you read any of them? And did you enjoy them? Let me know down below!