{ TTT } Books I’ve Added to my TBR and Forgotten Why

Hi bookish friends,

I am coming back with a new Top Ten Tuesday. TTT is a fun meme that was created and is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, which is now hosted by The Artsy Reader Girl. Today’s theme is “Books I’ve Added to my TBR and Forgotten Why” and it’s so relevant because my TBR currently has 219 books and I swear half of the time I don’t know why these books are doing here. I usually tend to delete books when I don’t remember why I added them in the first place, so if you see any that I must keep let me know. Also, if you were the one who recommended this book to me, I’m sorry I’ve forgotten you. So without further due, let’s see those books, shall we?

The books are in no particular order, and I just put the covers, because what is there to write about them? I don’t know why I added them in my TBR in the first place and I don’t even know why they still are in my TBR. Help me out if you have a clue.

 

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What do you think about this list?
Give me reasons to keep those books in my TBR.

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20 thoughts on “{ TTT } Books I’ve Added to my TBR and Forgotten Why

  1. OH god I feel so called out by this blog post title, this is so me 😂😂 there are way too many books I have added to my TBR ages ago, and now have no idea what they’re doing there 😂 I haven’t read any of the books you mentioned, but heard great things about Bad Romance, I’d be curious to hear what you think of it! 🙂

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    1. Haha don’t worry I’m the same! It was difficult to pick only ten of them ^^ and the worst part is that I don’t want to delete them without remembering why the heck I added them to my tbr in the first place.
      Honestly the cover of Bad Romance might be the reason I added it because it’s gorgeous but thank you for letting me know I’ll probably keep it then 🥰

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  2. I’ve only read two books on this list.
    Ava Lavender I loved, five stars. Because it was beautifully lyrical and entirely quirky. It’s quite a slow paced read though. And if magical realism isn’t your jam then it might not be for you.
    As for the other book, five feet apart. I agree. Beautiful cover… but utter rubbish. One star. It’s got very poor illness rep despite allegedly having input from the CF community. Basically it puts love above health and I’m not here for that sort of ridiculous drama. Sick people should not have to choose one over the other. So done with that harmful message. It also uses a trope that isn’t favourable to the LGBTQ+ community and is just ridiculous trauma porn. I don’t want to be more specific than that because these things are spoilers for the plot.

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  3. Although I LOVE the unrequited’s cover, I have no clue what this one might be about..
    I have This heart of mine on mine too- but I can tell you that I added it because it contains organ donation x) which is something I wanna find more of. (though this is a thriller..)

    I do that all the time aswell.. ahah some of them I can re-read the synopsis and I kinda know why they’re there… but sometimes — nope.. not a clue!

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  4. Well, maybe the reason you put ‘The Way I Used to Be,’ ‘Five Feet Apart,’ ‘The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender,’ and ‘Bad Romance’ on your ‘tbr’ list in the first place is their cover art is GORGEOUS. I sometimes let cover art influence this kind of thing, myself. 😛

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