This has been a odd few weeks and I have been all over the place with my emotions. This post was supposed to be for a #SixforSunday, hosted by A Little But A Lot, but I didn’t get it finished in time. So, instead you get it today. Today, I’m going to tell you about a few books I have added to my TBR recently.
1. The Wild Robot by Peter Brown
This book looks super cute! A robot wakes up in the forest with no memory of how she got there and what to do. So she tries to survive by making friends with the island animals. Then she discovers that there is more to how she got on this island.
2. The Collectors by Jacqueline West
This one also looks super cute. A boy who isn’t noticed, notices everyone else, and the things they lose. He collects those lost things, but soon finds out that there is a world of people who collect wishes. It sounds magical and whimsical.
3. The Poppy War by R. F. Kuang
I’m sure almost everyone has heard about this one, but it’s basically the fantasy every has been talking about for awhile. Basically its a wartime fantasy with a badass lady who wants to stop the war. How could I say no?
4. Monstrous Devices by Damien Love
A boy discovers that there are dangerous machines roaming the night. He needs to be careful and find out what’s happening. This one sounds a bit spooky and fun. It also sounds really interesting that there are clockwork or some kind of simple machines that are dangerous.
5. Sabriel by Garth Nix
This one is a classic isn’t it? A girl who has been sent away to a school for some time discovers that her father is missing and she needs to find him. She sets off into the world to discover what happened to her father.
6. We’re Not From Here by Geoff Rodkey
This one seems really fun. Some mosquito-like aliens from the Planet Choom let the humans from Mars live on their planet. But, the aliens from Planet Choom don’t like a lot of things, for example singing, comedy, and emotions. For humans to survive on Planet Choom they will have to convince them to change their minds about some things.
Any new books you’ve added to your TBR?