TBR goal of May 2019

Ready for some May readings? I hope you are because I am not haha.

For this month I have chosen another round of four books that I hope I’ll manage to read.

Last month, I’ve chosen four books to read too and I actually managed to read three out of four so I’d call it an almost win. Maybe if I haven’t let myself be distracted by other books I chose to read instead of the one I had to read already I would’ve call this a whole win, but oh well.

May 2019 TBR goal – there you go:


The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

Why do I want to read this book:

  • It totally sounds like something I’d read, it’s totally my style;
  • It seems like everyone has read this and I am the only one on the planet that haven’t;
  • I had it for so long in my bookcase that I am afraid it might get some sort of mould or something if I don’t read it.


Heir of Fire (Throne of Glass #3) by Sarah J. Maas

Why do I want to read this book:

  • I’ve read Throne of Glass;
  • I’ve read Crown of Midnight;
  • It is time for this one, obviously, because I feel the need to read this because it is so good and so worth my time and also my mental health;
  • I am a sucker for those characters.


Everless (Everless #1) by Sara Holland

Why do I want to read this book:

  • This was a book suggested by someone on my Group Reads on Goodreads and I was so enthusiastic about it;
  • I just bought it and I am very fond of it and very proud of myself of doing so;
  • The cover is so pretty and intriguing and it makes me invent all sort of plot twists and wild scenaries that I have no idea of because I only read the synopsis so I must read and see.


Little Darlings by Melanie Golding

Why do I want to read this book:

  • I think the idea of the book is very interesting;
  • I am not really an expert in retellings but I find them really cool and even though I know this is not technically a retelling, the idea is very fairy tale-y;
  • I am plainly curious because I love scary folkloric stories in general;
  • I am a weirdo who loves to check how scary might a book get.

Now, with that being said, let’s get to work, shall we?

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