Hey! Inspired by Regan (PeruseProject)'s video, I decided to make a blog post about the books I need to read before this year ended. I feel like we've all been at a point in our lives where we just had so many books and our TBR was never ending? Actually, scratch that, that is a permanent feeling. But at moments like right now, when the year is about to end, I feel like I haven't read everything I wanted to read this year. So here are the 6 books that I really need to read before the year ends!
Ps; take into account that I am talking about books that I own! There are many that I would like to read but have not yet bought, so I did not mention them!
6) The Book Thief, by Markus Zusak
I bought this book this summer, because I was in the mood for a historical fiction. However, by the time the shipment arrived, I was over it, and this book just sat on my shelf, waiting to be read. I know that this book is a favourite of many, and Zusak is a great author according to almost everyone, so before the end of the year, I would really like to be able to finish this book!
5) Room, by Emma Donoghue
Everyone has been raving about this book and with the movie coming out, it felt like a necessity for me to read. I am actually currently reading it, which is a start, but I haven't been liking this as much as I wish I would. Knowing what happens in the book, I am scared and really worried for some reason, but I WILL finish this book!!
4) The Lost Hero, by Rick Riordan
Need I say more? After finishing the Percy Jackson series, this series has been on my TBR. With the release of Magnus Chase, there's just no way that I will stay in the dark and not know what happens to Percy after The Last Olympian.
3) Throne of Glass, by Sarah J. Maas
Sue me for being an idiot, but this book has been on my TBR for as long as I can remember. If you have been following my book blog for a while, you know that this book has always been the one book I needed to read. Everyone and their mothers loved it, and I want to be in the loop too!
2) 1984, by George Orwell
Shame on me. I feel like I've read this, but ages ago, so I didn't quite understand. I want to end this year with a fresh memory of this book, and not the way I am currently, aka confused as heck and having a blurred memory of reading this masterpiece.
1) To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee
Yes. I have not yet read this classic. People keep telling me to read it, and after the "sequel" came out, this has been booming even more. I will not end the year without knowing what happens in this book, trust me.
I hope you enjoyed this almost ranty post! Are there more books I need to read? Comment below! Thank you,