I know fall was over a while ago, but before it began, in mid-August, I posted a Summer 2012 Round-Up with a Fall TBR List of ten books I wanted to read. I figure now is as good a time as any to check which books from the Summer 2012 and Fall 2012 TBR Lists I actually got to in the last half a year and end it with a Winter 2013 TBR List. Yay, books!
Summer 2012: Books I Finally Read
I finally read most of the books from my Summer TBR list. I was kind of disappointed with Underworld and Splendor but thought Endlessly was a pretty decent ending to the trilogy. I also decided to take Divergent off my TBR list – originally I just heard good things but it, but then I started hearing mixed-to-negative things and it was so long and it never showed up at the library and I’m getting a little fed up with dystopians, so I decided I should move on to other books that I thought I would like better.
Fall 2012: The Books I Read
Wow, I actually read quite a few more than I expected. The top row mostly disappointed me, which is also sad, but the second row at least kept me entertained, which is quite a good thing. So, it shows how much my reading has been up-and-down lately.
Fall 2012: The Books I Still Need To Get To
Out of Sight, Out of Time is the last one left over from the Summer TBR list, and the only reason I haven’t read it yet is because I haven’t been able to get my hands on it yet. At this point I might as well go ahead and buy it – I’ve waited for all the books to come out in paperback before buying them, but it comes out in paperback this month so I wouldn’t even have to wait. As for the rest, I’m going to continue looking for them at the library.
Winter 2013 TBR List
This is a combination of books I’ve been meaning to get to for a while, older books that I’ve heard interesting things about so I want to check them out, and recent books that I’m interested to read. I’ll probably do a round-up post around March or April and we’ll see how many books I’ve read – hopefully it’ll be a good chunk, but I doubt it’ll be everything. Only time will tell…