I like to plan my ‘to be read’ list only ten books ahead (otherwise it’s overwhelming because I have SO many books) and since I’m currently getting towards the end of The Throne of Glass series, it’s time to plan the next ten!
1. Heavens Official Blessing by Mo Xiang Tong Xiu
This was recommended by my friend who lives in Japan and she’s been raving about it, so I’ve decided to add it to the list. Plus, the cover is super pretty!
2. Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo
We recently did a feature episode on Leigh Bardugo on my podcast The Lazy Book Lovers podcast, for it I went through the plot summaries of Bardugo’s books and this one sounded fantastic, plus it’s the only book of hers that I haven’t read yet! Check it out
3. The Love Hypothesis by Aki Hazelwood
I’ve just seen a lot of people raving about it on Tiktok and I found it quite cheap in The Works, so why not? I’m trying to mix in some easier reading, as I’ve got some huge books on the list too. Here’s a link to the book on Amazon
4-5. A Discovery of Witches/ Shadow of Night (All soul trilogy, book 1 & 2) by Deborah Harkness
My fellow podcast host read this recently and really enjoyed it, since I bought the first two books in the series about 5 years ago on a whim, I decided that maybe I should finally read them!
6-8. The Cruel Prince/ The Wicked King/ The Queen of Nothing (The Folk of the Air trilogy) by Holly Black
Same reason as above! -> Amazon link
9-10. House of Earth and Blood/ House of Sky and Breath (Crescent City 1&2) by Sarah J Maas
Because I’ve been making my way through all the Sarah J Maas books this year, so why not round it off with the two most gigantic ones on my shelves? LINK
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