We already try keeping track of our TBR in different ways, but it’s also fun to look at them in themes. That’s one of the reasons why the bookish meme 5 On My TBR is so much fun. This bookish meme is hosted by E from Local Bee Hunter’s Nook. This week’s prompt is time travel. This is one I do need to think about, because only one is really coming to mind. Let’s take a look!
Passenger – Alexandra Bracken
Passenger has been on my shelf since 2017 I think… Oops! I have to say that this book is stunning and so is the naked hardcover under the dust jacket. I think the only thing stopping me from reading this so far is all of the mixed reviews. There are quite a few positive ones, but also quite a few negative ones. I’m not the type of reader that doesn’t give a book a chance, but it can be confusing. If you’ve read this one I’d love to hear your opinion!
Outlander – Diana Gabaldon
A lot of people know Outlander and I even have the first book on my shelf. Quite a few friends of mine are big fans of this series (books and show). I have heard that after a few books some people didn’t enjoy it as much. Hopefully I pick this one up soon, because I have to say that I’m curious about the show. And I’m the type of reader that likes reading the book before watching.
A Million Worlds with You – Claudia Gray
A Million Worlds with You is one that I’m shocked is still on my TBR. I loved the first two books in this trilogy. It’s been awhile since I’ve read them, so hopefully I can dive into the third one without having to reread the others. And I’m still in love with these beautiful covers.
The Last Magician – Lisa Maxwell
The Last Magician isn’t a book I hear a lot of people talk about, but it seems like it’s going to be a hidden gem. Time traveling and magic? Yes, please!! If you’ve read this one I’d love to know what you thought.
Invictus – Ryan Graudin
A character being born outside of space? That definitely sounds interesting. Also, the synopsis mentions a time traveling exam. I have to say I’m curious. We all know stealing precious valuables from the past is going to be risky, but that also probably means an action-packed book.
I really don’t have that many books about time travel. I don’t know if there really just aren’t many books or if I just haven’t found them. What are your favorite books about time travel? Let me know in the comments! I’d love to have some more recommendations!