TMST #10 : 2020 Winter Reads

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This week’s topic:

Books to read next December

The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden | Goodreads

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I’ve seen this book all over bookstagram, and I think my boyfriend’s sister-in-law recommended this book to me as well, so I’m hoping to read this book next December! The cover is beautiful, and tbh, that’s the only reason I want to read it-I know nothing of what the book is about lol!

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern | Goodreads

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I’ve also seen this novel all over bookstagram, and I need Hannah over on aclockworkreader loves this book; I trust her opinions, and I like to think her and I have similar reading tastes, so I hope to read this next year, and that I’ll enjoy it!

The Secret History by Donna Tartt | Goodreads

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Like the first two, I’ve seen this on bookstagram, too. I think it’s about Greek mythology with prevalent LGBT+ characteristics. With having read The Song of Achilles this year, I’m very interested in this book, and hope it’s similar in that way, but I adored SoA!


Well these are the top 3 books I want to read next winter-December 2020! Let’s see this time next year if I do lol!

What books do you like to read when it’s cold outside?

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