Huge thanks to Jenny in Neverland for her 25 Autumn blog post ideas – this is how I got inspired for this post, only I decided to make it a winter one! Be sure to check Jenny’s blog – maybe the topic of your most successful seasonal post hides there!
So, my TBR for December-January would probably be:
Lorna Doone by R. D. Blackmore, because a Victorian romance set in the 17th century is something I have longed so much for since God knows when.
Les Miserables by Victor Hugo, because I am ashamed of not having read it up until now.
The Forsyte Saga by John Galsworthy, because I loved the screen adaption starring Damian Lewis so much.
The Remains of the Day, because there is so much talk about Kazuo Ishiguro, and I feel a bit out of place in this world, not having read any of his works.
Dangerous Creatures series, because the Beautiful Creatures stuff captured me so much I want to prolong the fun.
But, as I am not still quite sure, I am curious to know:
Can you read Hugo without crying?
How long it took you to read The Forsyte Saga?
Have you read Dangerous Creatures and what it is like to the fans of the previous series?
Have I missed some great book you could recommend me?
Please be active in the comment section and help me modify my TBR list if you think it could be changed!
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