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March 31: Ten Books You Recently Added To Your To-Be-Read List

This is my Goodreads TBR list, sorted by date added. Nice and easy, for once. 😉

day shift

1. Day Shift; Charlaine Harris. A sequel for a spin-off character, who is quite interesting in his own right.


2. Forsaken; Kelley Armstrong. An in-between book from a series with witches, werewolves, and demons. It’s always interesting to see what didn’t make it into the other books.

greenglass house

3. Greenglass House; Kate Milford. A house full of secrets, and secretive guests.

karen memory

4. Karen Memory; Elizabeth Bear. An expensive bordello, a girl fleeing her abuser, and Jack the Ripper, wrapped up in a steampunk bow.


5. Prudence; Gail Carriger. Featuring the daughter of a steampunk character I enjoyed. It should be a light and fun book.


6. The Rook; Daniel O’Malley. The main character wakes up holding a note that says “the body you are wearing used to be mine.” Intriguing.

saint anything

7. Saint Anything; Sarah Dressen. Someone extolled the virtues of this book on a blog, and I was sold. Family and self-discovery? Sure, why not.

sixth gun

8. The Sixth Gun (Vol. 8); Cullen Bunn. Six guns with terrible powers, which can be used to remake the world–and the flawed people trying to prevent that from happening. Violent, but gripping.

smek for president

9. Smek for President; Adam Rex. The further adventures of the alien called J.Lo, and the human girl called Tip. It should be a wacky adventure.

wrath and dawn

10. The Wrath and the Dawn; Renee Ahdieh. A retelling of the story of Shahrzad that promises to make the story more complex.



About Caitlin Stern

I have a MA in English, and have so many fantasy/urban fantasy WIPs it's not even funny. I'm an avid reader of science fiction, fantasy, mystery, romance, biography, fiction, and anything else that catches my interest. I collect books, and bookmarks I find that are visually appealing and useful.

4 responses »

  1. lynnsbooks says:

    Smek for President – what a great name.
    Lynn 😀

  2. Ooohh I REALLY want to read The Wrath an the Dawn. Cannot wait to get my hands on that one. I keep hearing a lot about Prudence, but I haven’t read more than her YA series (which I loved) so I dunno if I can read that one without starting up that series or not…

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