💫 Hi guys I hope you’re having an amazing day!. This month I’m very hesitant with my readings, I don’t really know what I want to read, so I decided to make this tag so that it helps me a little to choose what I’ll read next!. I’ve wanted to do this tag for a while now (The original creator is BookParadise on YouTube), I find it super fun, so I’m really excited.
What I’ll be doing is a bit different from the original idea, and is that after reading the first chapter of each book, I’ll not only be deciding which I’ll continue reading, but I’ll also be removing at least 1 or 2 of my TBR, which honestly is out of control LOL. For this opportunity I’ll choose the 6 books that have been on my TBR the longest, obviously I want you to leave all your opinions about them in the comments, I’ll be reading because it’s always very helpful with my decisions, especially if I’m not sure about some of them.
It would be fun to do this often to clean my TBR, right ?, but we’ll see, for now I hope you enjoy this tag I’m a little nervous about this, but also super excited so, Let’s start!💫
- Pick 5 (or more) books from your tbr
- Read the first chapter of all of them (including the prologue if there is one)
- Tell your readers if you’re sold on the book and what you thought of the first chapter. Are you going to finish the book this month?
🌟 My Picks🌟
💫 Firelight (Firelight #1) by Sophie Jordan : Well, I really enjoyed the first chapter, it was quite quick to read, and I can’t refuse to a good dragon story. I like how each “Draki” has a special ability, that’s very interesting. This definitely stays in my TBR, and I may even continue reading it. I really liked that first chapter, although it doesn’t say much, it started with a lot of action and that usually catches me.💛
💫 Ruby Red (Precious Stone #1) by Kerstin Gier : I was a little scared about this one because I’ve already read the Silber and Dream On by the author and although I enjoyed the first book the second was a disaster. After finishing the prologue and the first chapter of Ruby Red, I’m not sure I want to read this book, the only thing that calls me about it, is the theme of time travel, but I’m not sure about the characters or the writing style . I know I can’t judge much reading only 1 chapter but that’s what this is about, right?
I think this book feels like Middle Grade even though it’s YA, and I don’t have any problem with that, it’s just an observation 🤔
💫 Angelfall (Penryn & the End of Days #1) by Susan Ee : It reminded me a lot of The 5th Wave, it has a very similar vibe, and I think that I might like it since I adored that book in its moment. The theme of the apocalyptic worlds is something I always enjoy although it may be difficult not to fall into a cliche, you know? I feel I could give this a chance, especially for the sibling relation, but I’m not sure if I want to read about angels, I need you to tell me a bit what you think about it 🤔
💫 A Court of Thorns and Roses (A Court of Thorns and Roses #1) by Sarah J. Maas : WOW, I really enjoyed that first chapter, is not too long though, so I ‘ll not draw conclusions. Even so, I really liked the cruel atmosphere where the plot develops and I love fairies. For now I’m interested in reading it so I’ll keep this one. I also confess that I’ve heard so many good things that I’m really curious. I don’t know if it will be the one that will continue reading right now, but it stays in my TBR, that’s for sure 💛
💫 An Ember in the Ashes (An Ember in the Ashes #1) by Sabaa Tahir : OMG this book, that first chapter is so intense!. I’m already getting involved in the story, I think it’s a lot of political intrigue in this one. A really good first chapter, that gives a lot of information, which is great. Absolutely, staying with this one and it’s possible that I continue reading it couse I’m intrigued 💛
💫 Red Queen (Red Queen #1) by Victoria Aveyard : Well, this was certainly a pleasant surprise. I didn’t expect that I would like it, I feel that I’ve already read many stories like this one so I deduced that it would be more of the same, but right now, I feel that I would like to continue it, the division of clases for the blood color it’s interesting and you know that I adore stories that have a bit of supernatural powers, this book promises a lot ,so I’ll keep it on my TBR 💛
🌟 Staying on my TBR🌟
I see myself reading any of these books in the future, I enjoyed all these first chapters so super excited for them. Tell me if you have read some of these books and what you think about it!
The one who I’ll continue reading in this opportunity will be … An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir!.
I’m very excited and intrigued by this book so I can’t wait to continue with it. It seems to me that it will be something brutal but good at the same time, it’s also based on Ancient Rome, or so I think and that’s really interesting. I’m also in the mood for something that involves political and rebellious issues, so I feel I’ll enjoy this one
🌟 Leaving My TBR🌟
I don’t have much to say, I just feel that I’ll never read this book, my other experience with the author wasn’t very good, so I’ll not fool myself by keeping it on my TBR. Although the cover is SO beautiful!. I want to remind you as I always say, that these are only my opinions and I hope not to offend anyone, seriously, it is not my intention
💫 Help me with…💫
I’m really going to need your help with this decision, 70% of me says that maybe it’s a good idea to get it out of my TBR, but I still have my doubts, and I want you to help me with it.
My idea is to check all your comments and so I’ll tell you about my decision in my next post 💕