June TBR

I’ve learned by now that I’m quite dangerous in my local library but at least those impulse weigh me down in free books. Since I’m doing all my reading from there (save 2), I’m going to be ambitious. My June TBR includes but isn’t limited to:

Dear Reader Adulting
Carry overs from last month.

Who Fears Death by Nnedi Okorafor
It takes place in Africa and has a supernatural edge to keep it interesting. I’m looking forward to checking this challenge book off my list.

Stiletto by Daniel O’Malley
The title refers to a knife, not a shoe BTW. I am on the wait list for this at the library. I’m hoping it arrives sooner rather than later.

Singapore Noir edited by Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan
One of the casual challenges needs a book that takes place in SE Asia. This was on the new arrivals shelf at the library. Coincidence? Probably but I’m taking advantage of it. It will be good for me to read about other parts of the world.

Challenger Deep by Neal Shusterman
I’ve heard amazing things and it’s won a National Book Award letting me check it off for a Richer Reading Life and a casual challenge.

I’m responsible for convincing the library to order several new books that I now have holds on so I expect others to come through and mix things up. We’ll see what happens.


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