Halloween & Deweys TBR

Hello Guys!

It is October which means two things, Halloween and Dewey’s 24hour readathon! I want to do TBR’s for both but I feel like I’m mostly just going to wing it for the readathon so there’s no point in doing a whole blog post on it. 

So, here are my two tbr’s for the upcoming weeks. 

Spooky TBR

Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman – I did DNF this last year but I’ve decided I want to give it another go. As far as I can remember it’s about a baby who somehow sneaks out of his home and makes his way down to the graveyard where a bunch of ghosts find him and decide to raise him. 

Miss Peregrines Home of Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs – The movie just came out for this and I wanted to read this soon anyway so what better time than now? Apparently it’s not that creepy so it’ll be a nice break from the scary stuff. 

Carrie by Stephen King – I can not believe I want to read this book. I have it in my mind that I’m not going to find it that scary but I know one thing, I am not reading this while it’s dark. 

Along Came A Spider by James Patterson – This sounds so creepy and involves kidnaps and predators. Who doesn’t love a good phsycholoical thriller this time of year. 

Horns by Joe Hill – I think this is more fantasy than scary but apparently it has some gothic elements in it and Danial Radcliffe is in the movie adaption. Can’t wait. 

Dewey’s 24hr readathon TBR

If you don’t know what dewey is I’ll leave a link here to the website. 

I always fail at this so this year I’m just going to go with the flow and read whatever I want to read whenever I feel like it. But here’s a general idea of what I’m planning.

The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman.

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley (maybe.)

Miss Peregrines by Ransom Riggs.

A Sherlock Holmes book from my bind-up. 

Possibly a Agatha Christie book. 

So those are my tbrs. Let me know what spooky books you’re reading in honour of Halloween and whether you’re  participating in deweys!

Thanks for reading

Jess xxx

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