Trash my TBR!

Trash my TBR

The post I have for you today is super simple, except that it requires participation from you! I saw this idea/series on Wish Fulfillment, but the idea was created by Drinking By My Shelf, so please check both of them out. The point of this post is to convince me not to read these books. There is only so much time in a persons life time, and sadly no one can read all of the books. If things work out this will be a series.

The point of this is usually to clear of your Goodreads TBR, but I’ve decided that I would also like to extend this to my physical TBR, as there are probably some books there that I’m not interested in reading anymore, or are even problematic, and I don’t really want to buy many more books until some of those are cleared of. So, today I’ll be sharing some of my Physical TBR, and you are going to help me unhaul some of them, I have about 200 books on my Physical TBR, I won’t go through them all in this post, as I have a lot of series or sequels. Once I get through these one’s, I’ll move on the Goodreads Books, which I have 254 books listed on there. I have cleared out and removed a lot of books this year, this number used to be in the 2000’s, but this is still overwhelming for me. I need your help to tell me which ones to get rid of.

Okay, so let’s get on with it, shall we! I want you to tell me anything and everything wrong with these books. Whether you hated the book because it perpetuated hateful ideals. So basically any reason you can think of that would make someone not want to read a book.

Also, if you really want to, you can try to convince me to pick up one of these books sooner. The power is all yours so have fun with it.

Tell me which of these books NOT to read. Let me know if:

  1. There are problematic elements to the book. Occasionally I can look past that, but that’s a very rare occurrence for me, so I’d rather just avoid them entirely.
  2. The Authors of any of these books have expressed ignorance in some way, such as racism, Ableism, Homophobia/Queerphobia, etc.
  3. You rated the book one, two, or even three stars. And please do include three stars as well. This one is super simple. I just don’t want to read bad books. I know some people definitely consider three stars to be a good rating, and while I don’t entirely disagree, it’s not an amazing rating. There aren’t too many books that I’ve given 5 or even 4 star ratings to and this definitely needs to change.
  4. And please let me know if you hated the writing style of any of these books, writing style is very important to me, if I don’t like the writing style, I probably won’t like the book much.

And that’s it! Please comment and participate. I appreciate every single one of you. But it will be slightly easier to appreciate you if you leave a comment down below. 😉 It doesn’t even have to be cohesive sentences! Lists are perfectly acceptable too. I adore lists. So, please leave a comment about any of these books, whether you loved them or hated them. I’d love to hear about it. Now onto the list:

  1. The Murder Complex by Lindsay Cummings
  2. Mister Monday by Garth Nix
  3. Frogkisser by Garth Nix
  4. The Seventh Tower by Garth Nix
  5. The Waves by Virginia Woolf
  6. Orlando by Virginia Woolf
  7. Stealing Snow by Danielle Paige
  8. The Longest Ride by Nicholas Sparks
  9. Creepers by David Morrell
  10. All Fall Down by Ally Carter
  11. NOS4A2 by Joe Hill
  12. The Forgetting by Sharon Cameron
  13. A Thousand Nights by E.K. Johnston
  14. All the Light we cannot see by Anthony Doeer
  15. Reign the Earth by A. C. Gaughen
  16. The Stand by Stephen King
  17. Revival by Stephen King
  18. Sleeping Beauties by Stephen King
  19. November 9 by Colleen Hoover
  20. The Alchemyst by Michael Scott
  21. Storyland by Catherine McKinnon
  22. Dream a Little Dream by Kerstin Gier
  23. Of Poseidon by Anna Banks
  24. Trylle by Amanda Hocking
  25. Freeks by Amanda Hocking
  26. The Winners Curse by Marie Rutkoski
  27. A Thousand Pieces of you by Claudia Grey
  28. Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake
  29. Daughter of Smoke & Bone by Laini Taylor
  30. A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens
  31. Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
  32. The Fellowship of the Ring by J. R. R. Tolkien
  33. Talon by Julie Kagawa
  34. Can you keep a secret by Sophie Kinsella
  35. Bloodlines by Richelle Mead
  36. Blaze by Richard Bachman
  37. Caraval by Stephanie Garber
  38. A Waltz for Matilda by Jackie French
  39. Snow, White by Keith Austen
  40. Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
  41. The Stranger by Harlen Coben
  42. Niceville by Carsten Stroud
  43. Legacy of Blood by Alex Connor
  44. Delirium by Lauren Oliver
  45. Valentine by Jodi McAlister
  46. Royce Rolls by Margaret Stohl
  47. The Tides Between by Elizabeth Jane Corbett
  48. Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer
  49. The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George
  50. The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks
  51. A Passage to India by E.M. Forster
  52. Vanessa & her Sister by Priya Parmar
  53. The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zaffron
  54. Five Days in Paris by Danielle Steel
  55. Frozen by Melissa De La Cruz
  56. The Sleepwalkers Guide to Dancing by Mira Jacobs
  57. Need by Carrie Jones
  58. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
  59. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
  60. The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte
  61. Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
  62. Villette by Charlote Bronte
  63. The Beautiful & Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  64. Autoboyography by Christina Lauren
  65. P.S. I love You by Cecelia Ahern
  66. Picnic at hanging Rock by Joan Lindsay

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That is a long list. This is most of the books on my Physical TBR, and if you guys enjoy this post, I will do a part two. Next up will be the TBR books from my Goodreads shelf! I hope you saw some books you recognized! If you haven’t disliked any of these books, It’s okay for you to leave a comment about which ones I should prioritize instead. But it’s highly recommended that you trash the heck out of my TBR. If you guys like this post I’ll make it a series! Would you like me to continue with this?

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Also, I will have my October TBR up by Tomorrow, sorry for the lateness of it, I have been so busy with my Etsy Shop, and I’ve been creating a lot of new products lately, that I’ve been neglecting my Blog! I am going to have Bath Bombs/Fizzers available soon, and I’m hoping to Launch a Book Subscription box in January next year!

I’m also looking for anyone from Australia that is interested in reviewing any of my products, or my Subscription box, please email me here: Drinkcoffeeandreadbooks18@gmail.com or if you would like to get updates on these products, please subscribe to my mailing list here: https://mailchi.mp/136635d70181/subscription. Sorry, I’m rambling, but If you’re interested in any of this, please subscribe. It’ll make my day. Thank You!

Once things settle down a lot, I will be back to regularly blogging and posting reviews again. Hopefully Soon! Thank you for sticking around! Happy Reading! 

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7 Responses to Trash my TBR!

  1. I didn’t dislike any of the books on this list (out of what I’ve read), but you should definitely pick up Autoboyography and The Book Thief sooner! They’re amazing!❤️

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    • I’ve heard so much about The Book Thief, and I’ve seen the movie, but I also tend to steer clear of books that are too hyped, I definitely want to read it though!

      I’ve also heard a lot about autoboyography, so I’ll definitely be picking that one up soon!

      Thanks for commenting!
      Happy Reading!

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  2. Cecelia says:

    I’d pass on Delirium; it wasn’t terrible but there are so many better books. I also just read The Winner’s Curse a few months ago and absolutely loved it (but also feel like there are probably better fantasy series out there). The Book Thief is a must read!!!!!!!! It’s been on my favorites list literally for the last decade.

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    • I’ve been unsure about Delirium for a long time now, I’ve had it on my shelf for so long and I have not picked it up yet. I don’t know if I ever will read it, I’m tired of reading bad books, or even average books, thanks for letting me know!

      I’ve had The Book Thief recommended to me so many times, I definitely need to read it!

      Thanks for Commenting!

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  3. My Poor TBR says:

    Don’t read:
    NOS4A2 by Joe Hill – it will raise the bar in this genre and you’ll find yourself telling other books, “you’re cute, but you’re no NOS4A2”.

    All the Light We Cannot See – it will make you ugly cry, real ugly like (one of my all-time favorites).

    The Stand – after 1,400+ pages you’ll want more and you won’t get any leading to withdrawal.

    Sleeping Beauties – this one I didn’t care for. I bought the hype and was sadly disappointed, Can’t tell you why because it’ll spoil the story.

    Anna Dressed in Blood – meh. I thought this was just okay. Maybe I read this at the wrong time, and it wasn’t the story. IIRC I liked Anna.

    Wuthering Heights – It’s a classic. It has romance, yucch! There’s no one likable – better yet almost all of the characters are despicable. Another all-time favorite of mine. I think this should be required reading for everyone (but we’ll start with readers with a goodreads account) but that just me 🙂

    Good Luck!

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  4. I am not a fan of Stephen King. Don’t really care for his writing style. His earlier works are better though (Carrie, The Shinning, Pet Cemetery, etc.).

    I will agree with another commenter about Wuthering Heights, but reading the Bronte sisters is a must.

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  5. I haven’t read most of these, but the ones I did were mostly enjoyed. Dickens not so much at the time. I just didn’t care for his writing style. It’s been decades though, and tastes change. I’ve been thinking about trying his works again.

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