Bookish Wish-List

Here are a few books/series that I would like to own at some point. Some of them I have already read, and some of them are ones that I want to read. I will most likely acquire these books over the next few years. 

Without further ado, here are some books that I plan to “haul” over the next few years, in order of priority:


first empire

The Legends of the First Empire Series by Michael J. Sullivan

I have fallen head over heels or this adult high-fantasy series over the last year, and I have already read the first book and half of the second book.

I know I will want to revisit this series in the future, and I love this it so much that I want to own the hard cover, signed copies of this series from Michael J. Sullivan’s website.

I also will be looking into the Riyria Chronicles after I finish this series in its entirety.

I know I will get these books for myself over time, because I am obsessed. They are kind of expensive, but totally worth it, in my opinion.


hobb

The Tawny Man Trilogy by Robin Hobb

I also really enjoyed the first book in the series, so I am determined to get the rest of the series. I am pretty sure I will enjoy the rest of the series, based mostly on reviews.

Like The Legends of the First Empire series, I feel like I will revisit these books several times in the future.

I also plan to get the other series that follow this one by Robin Hobb, but I will take it one series at a time for now. Cx


starless seaThe Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern 

I pre-ordered this book on Audible a few months ago and haven’t had the chance to listen to it yet. If I really enjoy this adult fantasy (stand-alone) novel, I would like to own a physical copy for myself.

I LOVED Morgenstern’s other novel, Night Circus, so I have high hopes for this one.

Also, look at this beautiful cover! I really want to add this to my collection, so I will definitely look into the hardback if this book meets my expectations.

 


crooked kingdom

Crooked Kingdom (Six of Crows #2) by Leigh Bardugo

I thoroughly enjoyed Six of Crows, when I read it at the beginning of 2019, and I have been itching to get my hands on this sequel.

I really loved the characters and the world that Leigh Bardugo created in this series, and I need more. I have heard great hings about this series, so my excitement just keeps increasing, but I don’t own a copy yet.

I am honestly not sure why I haven’t gotten to this book yet, and I have no excuses other than not owning copy. I am determined to get to this book in 2020, so I will obviously get  a copy soon.


queen of air and darkness

Queen of Air and Darkness (The Dark Artifices #3) by Cassandra Clare

Like all Cassandra Clare books, I will purchase this book, even though I know nothing about it and have only read the first book in The Dark Artifices series, Lady Midnight. For no reason obvious to me, I will read every Clare book eventually, no matter what.

Lady Midnight was not my favorite Clare novel, and I am less invested in these characters than the ones in her previous series. With that said, I am still enjoying the world and its stories, so I will get around to the series at some point. I do not feel a sense of urgency to finish this series, but I do plan on doing so before I die. (What a sad goal…)

It doesn’t need saying, but I will anyway: I will obviously get my hands on the rest of Clare’s books coming out in the future, like the Last Hours and The Wicked Powers.


Thanks for looking at my silly list! I know it probably seems like a waste of a post and not a very interesting one at that, but I figured it was better than not posting.

Plus I enjoy looking at other people’s TBR and Haul lists, so maybe someone will find this one enjoyable. Please feel free to share yours with me too!

I promise we will be back to regular posting next week.

-Knight of Cups ❤


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