September TBR


I don’t normally do a TBR for the month because I tend to pick and choose a book I feel like reading at that time. However for the month of September I have decided to dedicate the whole month to reading books that I have been sent from publishers to review. I think by dedicating the whole month to reading and writing reviews for books I have been sent I will be able to have an active month on my blog. I don’t know yet what order I will be reading these books in, I will probably end up picking the one that feel like reading at that time but only out of this pile.

I would just liked to take a minute though to thank all the publishers who send me books to review, I really enjoy reading them and it does make me read books that I wouldn’t normally pick up and read.


The books I plan of reading this month are:

Robin Hood Demon’s Bane Series- Mark Of The Black Arrow by Debbie Viguie and James R. Tuck (Sent to me by Titan Books)

This is the first book in a brand new series of a dramatically different telling of the Robin Hood Legend, with elements of dark magic, fantasy and horror. It sounds brilliant and I have never read any books involving Robin Hood, so cant wait to read this.

Robin Hood Demon’s Bane Series- The Two Torcs by Debbie Viguie and James R. Tuck (Sent to me by Titan Books)

This is the second book in the Demon’s Bane series. I will probably end up reading both of the Robin Hood books back to back.

Duskfall by Christopher Husberg (Sent to me by Titan Books)

I don’t know very much about this apart from its a fantasy book about three different characters who have their own story to tell and are bought together by fate to be apart of a thrilling and perilous adventure. I love a good fantasy book and hopefully this one with keep me occupied for hours.

Associates of Sherlock Holmes edited by George Mann (Sent to me by Titan Books)

For the very first time, famous associates of the Great Detective- clients, colleagues and of course villains- tell their own stories in this collection of brand new adventures. I think this is a brilliant idea for book and which many different authors contributing I can see this book is going to be an exciting read.

The Little Prince by Antoine De Saint- Exupery

This book was not sent to me by a publisher but I will be re-reading this book because its been a while since I last read it and I want to have it fresh in my mind before reading the sequel.

The Return Of The Young Prince by A.G Roemmers (Sent to me by OneWorldPublications)

This is the sequel to The Little Prince, the story picks up when the Prince is a teenager. That’s all I know about the book and I would like to go into the this book knowing as little as possible.

Children Of Icarus by Caighlan Smith (Sent to me by Curious Fox)

I’ve heard some great things about this book and its sounds really interesting. It has been described as a cross between The Maze Runner and The Hunger Games with angels involved, what’s not to love about that?

Holding Up The Universe by Jennifer Niven (Sent to me by Penguin Random House UK)

I loved All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven so as soon as I heard she was releasing another book I had to have it. I’m expecting this to be charming and full of emotion like All The Bright Places, and beautifully written.

The Novice by Taran Matharu

I have had this book for quite a while now and I don’t know why I haven’t picked it up yet because I heard some really amazing things about it. I have been sent the sequel to review so I am going to have to start this now, which I think was the kick in the bum I needed.

The Inquisition by Taran Matharu (Sent to me by Hachette Children’s Books)

The sequel to The Novice and it follows a humble young blacksmith named Fletcher, who can summon demons from another world. I will probably end up reading both The Novice and The Inquisition back to back because they sound brilliant.


While trying to read and write reviews for all the above books I am hopefully be doing a re-read of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children series. I have read the first two books before, but I want to re-read them before starting the third book and before seeing the film at the cinema at the end of the month.


I will of course be reading Empire Of Storms by Sarah. J Maas when it’s released in a couple of days. 


So I have a busy reading month ahead of me and hopefully I manage to read all the books and write reviews before October comes.

What books do you plan on reading in the month of September? and do you like doing TBR’s for the month?


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