The Sunday Snuggle: Weekly Wrap Up and Haul & #FFFeb Progress W6/2020

Hello readers!

So a week ago #FFFeb started and I am excited to spend a month focusing on F/F books. My TBR is, as I showed last week, a bit challenging. I normally finish 2 books per week if I’m listening to audiobooks, perhaps 3 if it’s a slow week at work, but there will be NO slow weeks in sight now and I’m not 100% sure how I’m going to read everything, but I hope to! I really hope to end this month with my TBR 10 books shorter – next month it will get up to 16 books longer because of the WP long list coming out, and I still hold foolish hope to end the year with fewer than 100 books on my TBR. Who knows, maybe I can do it. I considered reading for Black Month History, but my monthly to-be-read list is already super long, so I will focus on black authors in future months instead.

I bought on audio this week:

final girls riley sager

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Weekly Wrap Up

the lady upstairs halley sutton harrow the ninth tamsyn muir final girls riley sager

The Lady Upstairs by Halley Sutton ★★★☆☆

The first book I read for #FFFeb is this noir debut, which was a fun, quick thing, quite perfect for reading after 2 weeks of Ducks.

Harrow the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir / Goodreads Ongoing

This is one of my most anticipated books of the year! I love the world, and I love Harrow, but this was 60% of being confused and 10% of starting to get excited about the story, so I’m not sure where it’s going or how I’ll feel when I finish it, but as of now I don’t love it, but I really like it. It’s just very different from Gideon!

Final Girls by Riley Sager / Goodreads Ongoing

I just started this, actually, so it’s too early to tell if I love it yet. But I loved Lock Every Door, so I have high hopes!

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What did you read this week?

4 thoughts on “The Sunday Snuggle: Weekly Wrap Up and Haul & #FFFeb Progress W6/2020

  1. GOD I was really hoping Harrow would be less confusing than Gideon! I rated Gideon like 2 stars mainly because I was bored and confused throughout the whole thing, and here I was, naively thinking that Harrow would at least not be confusing since we’ve already been introduced to the world! Do you find it less meandering than Gideon was, at least?

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    • LOL comparing to Harrow, Gideon is like a 101 level course. But if you don’t like Gideon, I seriously doubt you’ll like Harrow! I loved Gideon, so I think if it wasn’t for you, Harrow definitely won’t be either!

      Depends on what you mean by meandering. My instinctive answer is “no”, because I did think Harrow spent lots of time with flashbacks and scenes I didn’t see the purpose of except confuse the reader, but I read Gideon some months ago so I can’t compare too closely…

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