Hi babes! I hope you’re having a great day. Today I bring you my TBR of the month of October, where I tell you about the readings that I’ve planned for this month. This month will be different, I feel that I’ve had what I think is one of the best months of this year in September, I’ve read 7 books, which has exceeded my expectations, and which makes me very happy, since I’ve diminished my amount of ARCs, I feel so good about it. As I said earlier this month my TBR will be something different since I’ll be on vacation the last 2 weeks of October, I don’t know if I’ll be reading as usualy, so I thought I would tell you 3 of the books that I would love to read this month and since one of them is huge, I feel it’s a decent number, since I’ll be reading only half of the month I think. Anyway if I finish the 3 books then I’ll let you know and maybe choose another one, but I don’t want to demand myself, I just want to be comfortable with the amount and enjoy my readings
Regarding the blog this month, maybe I’ll wont be so active in the last weeks, I’ll try to take some time for my baby blog, but if I don’t, then don’t worry I’ll be returning in November as always. I hope you understand guys 🙂
It by Stephen King
To the children, the town was their whole world. To the adults, knowing better, Derry, Maine was just their home town: familiar, well-ordered for the most part. A good place to live.
It was the children who saw – and felt – what made Derry so horribly different. In the storm drains, in the sewers, IT lurked, taking on the shape of every nightmare, each one’s deepest dread. Sometimes IT reached up, seizing, tearing, killing . . .
The adults, knowing better, knew nothing.
Time passed and the children grew up, moved away. The horror of IT was deep-buried, wrapped in forgetfulness. Until they were called back, once more to confront IT as IT stirred and coiled in the sullen depths of their memories, reaching up again to make their past nightmares a terrible present reality.
My best friend is crazy about Stephen King, he’s like her favorite author ever, and she always tell me that I have to read a book from him, and I actually never thought about it before, I just didn’t feel it would be for me, you know?. Well, the thing is that I went to see the movie a week or so ago, and I’m obsessed with it, IT WAS INCREDIBLE, as a horror movie fan I can tell you that it’s one of the best and most intense I’ve ever seen, I recommend 100 % (except that you’re a sensitive person). I remember seeing the original movie when I was younger and thinking it was terrifying lol, it was for that time, but the new one is like OMG, so proud of Andrés Muschietti the argentinian director of this movie, he has created a masterpiece. Okay, I’ll stop fangirling here, lol. For all this that I have told you, I think it’s time to read IT and to experience for the first time a book by King and what a better time than in the Halloween month, right?
The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding by Alexandra Bracken
“I would say it’s a pleasure to meet thee, Prosperity Oceanus Redding, but truly, I only anticipate the delights of destroying thy happiness.”
Prosper is the only unexceptional Redding in his old and storied family history — that is, until he discovers the demon living inside him. Turns out Prosper’s great-great-great-great-great-something grandfather made — and then broke — a contract with a malefactor, a demon who exchanges fortune for eternal servitude. And, weirdly enough, four-thousand-year-old Alastor isn’t exactly the forgiving type.
The fiend has reawakened with one purpose — to destroy the family whose success he ensured and who then betrayed him. With only days to break the curse and banish Alastor back to the demon realm, Prosper is playing unwilling host to the fiend, who delights in tormenting him with nasty insults and constant attempts trick him into a contract. Yeah, Prosper will take his future without a side of eternal servitude, thanks.
Little does Prosper know, the malefactor’s control over his body grows stronger with each passing night, and there’s a lot Alastor isn’t telling his dim-witted (but admittedly strong-willed) human host.
From #1 New York Times best-selling author Alexandra Bracken comes a tale of betrayal and revenge, of old hurts passed down from generation to generation. Can you ever fully right a wrong, ever truly escape your history? Or will Prosper and Alastor be doomed to repeat it?
I love Alexandra Backen, I love The Darkest Minds trilogy, so I NEED to read this one, and it sounds incredible. Really super excited, I’ve heard very good things about it and it’s surprising that she has written something so different but I love her writing style, I know I’m going to love this one
Read it ASAP
They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera
On September 5, a little after midnight, Death-Cast calls Mateo Torrez and Rufus Emeterio to give them some bad news: They’re going to die today. Mateo and Rufus are total strangers, but, for different reasons, they’re both looking to make a new friend on their End Day. The good news: There’s an app for that. It’s called the Last Friend, and through it, Rufus and Mateo are about to meet up for one last great adventure and to live a lifetime in a single day.
I was planning to read this one last month, but I couldn’t do it so this month will be. I’m excited about the promise, it sounds so good, I also know that it will reaches my heart and I’ll be a trash for this book, or I hope so. Adam Silvera’s writing style is magical, there’s no way you don’t feel the connection to the plot. I need to read this one right now!