Six for Sunday | Oldest Books on my TBR!

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Hi everyone! It’s Sunday and time for a #SixforSunday post! This is a weekly meme hosted by my lovely friend Steph @ A Little But A Lot. Don’t forget to check out her blog for today’s post too!

Today’s prompt is actually NOTHING to do with what I’m doing. Steph has asked us to talk about our 6 favourite places to read and I only really have one or two as most of my reading is done at home! So I thought I’d just go completely off track and show you 6 books that (according to Goodreads) have been on my TBR for the longest.

I’ve heard some really excellent things about these books but for some reason, despite owning them, I still haven’t picked them up!

 Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to pitch one of these books to me so I finally pick it up!!

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What is the oldest book on your TBR?

Where are your favourite places to read?


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13 responses to “Six for Sunday | Oldest Books on my TBR!

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  2. omg I LOVE the Unbecoming of Mara Dyer! That’s one’s definitely been on my shelves forever and I was so happy when I finally picked it up two-ish years ago! If you’re into darker paranormals i’m sure you’d love it 🙂

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  3. ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ is SO good! And that’s coming from me, who is NOT into thrillers at all. I just couldn’t stop reading it, it’s so perfect.

    ‘Uprooted’ is an amazing stand-alone and I can only recommend it!

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  4. The Art of Being Normal is one of my favourite books which I read in 2015! Really thought-provoking and important, if you’ve read George then I think you’ll like this. If you haven’t read George then I think you should read George too!

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  5. No idea what the oldest on mine is, but I accept your challenge! The Art of Being Normal is stunning, and I adored both David and Leo when I read it. It’s one of the most gripping contemporaries ever, and though it will break your heart a LOT, it also mends it a bit.
    Amy xx

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