May 2019 TBR


Another month another TBR. This month consists of some relatively new (to me) books and some that have been on my TBR for more than a year now 😬

The books I want to read in the month of May are:

  1. Good Samaritans by Will Carver: Seth suffers from insomnia and during the long nights he calls random numbers from the phone book. One night Hadley answers, thinking she’s speaking with a Samaritan. This will change both of their lives drastically.
  2. Gazelle in the Shadows by Michelle Peach: Elizabeth Booth is a British college student studying Arabic. In the 90’s she’s sent to Damascus and there she faces both kind people and a world full of lies.
  3. The Darker Side by Cody McFayden: FBI agent Smokey Barrett and her team hunt a serial killer who uses his victim’s secrets to kill them.
  4. The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides: Psychotherapist Theo Faber is sure that he’s the one who will make Alicia Berenson talk after she killed her husband and has been silent ever since.
  5. 20,000 Leagues Under the Seas by Jules Verne: An account of the world trip per submarine, lead by the secretive captain Nemo.

What book(s) are you looking forward to reading this month?

5 thoughts on “May 2019 TBR

  1. I’m planning to buddy read I Capture the Castle! And I also quite fancy trying THUG (finally) and the illustrated Chamber of Secrets. Oh, and I should make time for Wizard and Glass, and the second book in the Fitz and the Fool trilogy; I don’t want to be behind with the readalongs! 😛

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  2. I am so happy I came across your blog because The Darker Side is exactly what I have been looking for after reading a similar book about espionage and not only that, a strong female lead! Woohoo! My book club just finished the book “Countdown America” by MC Fox and it’s about CIA agent, Isabella. She accepts the position of Chief Supervisor of the CIA (a safer job for her and her two children) only to find that she and her family are being targeted and that there is a MAJOR Russian threat against the US. Every chapter ends on a cliffhanger which made it very hard to close at night (haha) – no complaints though! I love books like that. Thanks again for your recommendation and I hope you will check mine out – here is the website if you want to read more –

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