December 2019 TBR

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¡Hola, mi gente! So I have come to accept that tbrs aren’t for me. Then why did I make one for December? Well, I have a couple of arcs that I want to read so I can reach the 80% score on Netgalley. There’s also a couple of books from a series I want to finish therefore my tbr is quite long. Good luck to me!

I have already finished two of these books but since they are part of my December tbr I decided to keep them on this list. 

Let’s start with the arcs:

Tweet Cute by Emma Lord

Tweet Cute is about a twitter feud between a fast-food franchise and a small deli and the two kids that run it. This is a romance novel and if you know me you know that I’m not a fan of romance BUT this seems like lots of fun which is exactly what I need. 

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The Mall by Megan McCafferty

This book is about Cassie Worthy a girl who is ready to spend the summer after graduation working in a mall and who is going to college with her boyfriend. But her plans don’t exactly work the way they’re supposed to be. The story follows her “as she finds friendship, love, and ultimately herself, in the most unexpected places”

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The Subjects by Sarah Hopkins

The Subjects is about a sixteen-year-old drug dealer who is supposed to go to jail but he’s suddenly sent to a place for other gifted delinquents. Basically, they are all part of an experiment. This book is sci-fi but it also sounds like a thriller which is a combination that intrigues me. I am so ready for it.

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Human by Diego Agrimbau (writer) and Lucas Varela (artist)

This is a sci-fi graphic novel about life on earth after humanity is extinct and how this scientist that has been on cryosleep for over 500,000 years wants to play Adam and Eve with his wife. I love sci-fi and I love graphic novels so this is perfect for me especially because it’s quite short even for a graphic novel and my tbr is quite long. 

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Non-Binary Lives – An Anthology of Intersecting Identities by Jos Twist, Ben Vincent, Meg-John Barker, and Kat Gupta

This book is about the lives of non-binary people who are also intersectional and how these aspects of their life define them and the way they interact with the world. I am interested in learning more about other queer people’s experiences so I’m quite excited.

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This tbr is full of all the queer books. Another queer book/arc I got is 

My Sister: How One Sibling’s Transition Changed Us Both by Selenis Leyva & Marizol Leyva

This memoir is about Selenis Leyva and her sister Marizol Leyva who is trans and their journey as Marizol transitioned. I’m really interested in the idea of this book because not only we get to see things from the perspective of Marizol but also her sister.’s

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And the last queer book I got is

Female Husbands: A Trans History by Jen Manion

This nonfiction is about female husbands. Female husbands were people assigned female at birth who lived as men and married women. I can’t wait to learn more about queer history so I’m quite excited about this read.

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Now, let’s talk about the two books that I want to read that aren’t arcs

House of Hades by Rick Riordan

This is the fourth book on the Heroes of Olympus series. I just started it and 101 pages into it, I’m already in love. Well, except for the part that’s it’s long and I want to finish the series before the year ends. I just love this series so much and enjoy every second of it.

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Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan

This is the last book on the Heroes of Olympus series and man I am not ready for it. The idea of finishing this series is too bittersweet for my heart to handle. How am I supposed to go on with my life??? Well, we shall see.

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Well, that’s my ambitious tbr for the month of December. Wish me lots of luck. What are you reading in December? Let me know and


2 thoughts on “December 2019 TBR

  1. I suck at following my tbrs too, hope you read all the books you want I’m excited for you to read the house of Hades


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