Monthly TBR

May 2021 TBR!

Hello!

This year, I’m aiming to read 3 books a month, so that I can achieve my goal of 36 books in 2021! I’ve never really planned my next books in advance, apart from knowing what my next book will be during the last 100 pages of my current read, to motivate me even more! Let’s see if I stick to any of these goals this year!

This month, I am going to be reading the two books that I’m currently reading, as well as a new book.

Pleading Hearts – S.J. Hopewell

Determined to honor her late father’s memory, twenty-two-year-old Anna Fitzgerald embarks on a journey through Virginia’s top law school: Ashcroft University. With the love of her mother, younger sister Margaret, and faithful dog Jasper, Anna is unstoppable. Until she unexpectedly finds herself at the mercy of oncoming traffic. Cue Justin Goldman – her ruggedly handsome, intellectually charming classmate with warm, hazel eyes and a surprisingly relatable past. Justin jumps to Anna’s rescue, pulling her to safety in his arms. The only problem? Justin has a girlfriend. As Anna advances through law school in denial of her growing feelings for Justin, neither could possibly predict the tragedy that would soon strike the beloved city of Manderley.

Average rating on Amazon: 5⭐

The Mechanical Maestro – Emily Owen

London, 1857.

Brothers George and Douglas Abernathy are clockmakers who are barely scraping a living in their family’s shop. They are also brilliant inventors with a sideline building custom-built androids and other technology ahead of its time. Their sixteen-year-old sister, Molly, is also a genius, specialising in transformative plant biology, but earns her keep by sewing.

The Abernathys’ fortunes improve dramatically when the brothers invent a clockwork automaton composer named Maestro, whose musical artistry takes London by storm. But there are those who believe Maestro is a fake, and others who think him a monstrosity.

As Maestro tries to make sense of the world of London’s high-society which he is thrown into, he incites the interest of sinister figures who would go to any lengths to discover what makes him tick.

Average rating on Goodreads: 4.71⭐

The Conference of the Birds – Ransom Riggs

With his dying words, H, Jacob Portman’s final connection to his grandfather Abe’s secret life – entrusts Jacob with a mission: deliver newly contacted peculiar Noor Pradesh to an operative known only as V.

Noor is being hunted. She is the subject of an ancient prophecy, one that fortells a looming apocalypse. Save Noor, save the future of all Peculiardom.

With only a few bewildering clues to follow, Jacob must figure out how to find V, the most enigmatic, and most powerful, of Abe’s former associates. But V is in hiding, and she never, ever, wants to be found . . .

Average rating on Goodreads: 4.07⭐

These are the books that I am aiming to read this month. I am aiming to read the two books that I am currently reading (Pleading Hearts and The Mechanical Maestro), and a randomly selected new book from my bookshelf – The Conference of the Birds.

Have you decided what books you’re reading this month? Do you plan your reading in advance? Or do you just choose your next book as you go along? Let me know in the comments!

Thank you for reading this post.

Hannah

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