5 On My TBR| Titles Starting with a ‘D’

As I’ve mentioned before, one of my important reading goals of 2023 is shrinking my physical TBR. Sometimes it’s hard to think of what books I still have or subjects I want to read about. So we needed a way to keep track of this. 5 On My TBR is a way of keeping track. This is a meme hosted by E from Local Bee Hunter’s Nook. Every week there’s a different prompt for five on my TBR.

This week’s topic is titles starting with a ‘D’. This is going to be one I have to think about. None are really popping up when I first think about. I’m sure that will change, so take a look at five books on my TBR that start with a ‘D’.

Defy the Stars – Claudia Gray

So science fiction is a genre I don’t read often, but I really want to read more of. I’ve had Defy the Stars on my shelf since 2017, so I’d say it’s time I sat down and read this book. Even though space kind of scares me, I’m always intrigued when that’s the setting of a book. This is a first book in a trilogy and I’m hoping I love the first book.

Daughter of the Pirate King – Tricia Levenseller

Daughter of the Pirate King is a book I’ve heard such amazing things about. Our main character is a pirate who gets herself captured to find an ancient hidden map that’s probably on the enemies’ ship. I haven’t read many pirate books and want to change this. Also, a third book is being released in this series later in 2023, so I need to catch up.

Dangerous Girls – Abigail Haas

Isabelle bought this for me as a Christmas gift a few years ago and I should be ashamed I haven’t read it yet. This was a book she loved and says I really need to read. A friend is brutally murdered and our main character tries to find out what happened.

Dead Girls Can’t Tell Secrets – Chelsea Ichaso

So I own all books this author has published so far, but haven’t read any of them. It’s awful! I need to change that ASAP! A grieving girl tries to discover the twisted truth behind her sister’s hiking accident. I’m hoping this book pulls me in and doesn’t let go until I’m done. Those are my favorite kind of psychological thrillers.

Dead Voices – Katherine Arden

After loving Small Spaces I really should’ve read Dead Voices by now, haha. I loved how spooky the first book was and I’m hoping we get the same vibes when our characters go to a ski resort with their parents. When a snowstorm hits weird things start happening. I’m definitely adding this to my middle grade May TBR.


So here are five books on my TBR that start with a ‘D’. I don’t have as many on my TBR as I expected. Have you read any of these? Or which one should I read first? Let me know in the comments! I’d love to hear from you.

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