First things first: From now on, I’ll be adding the current and upcoming reading challenges / read-a-thons to my sidebar! I’ll be using the banners for this, so if you want to go through the post, simply click the banner and it’ll take you there. I think this’ll be a bit more convenient than pinning them to my homepage?
As for today’s post, I’m back to doing my own thing with this TTT – yay! Honestly, I simply didn’t feel the topic again so I decided to figure out something else.. and.. what’s better than having to look through your owned TBR and confront yourself – once more – with all the books you should’ve read a long time ago?
Today’s topic is “Platonic Relationships in Books” and I’m, as said, I’m turning it into “Lowest Rated Books On My Owned TBR”. Maybe I’ll even consider throwing some of them off? Who am I kidding..
All covers link back to Goodreads if you feel like checking them out!
I’m actually kind of bummed to see some of these titles on here? All ratings range between 3.15 and 3.54, which.. overall isn’t all that bad but it does give me a meh-vibe. I was looking forward to reading Reign of the Fallen – even though it was such a cover-buy – and The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake. The Last Hope (Oksa Pollock) is over 500 pages so.. now I’m a bit weary of picking that one up, haha.
I do know I’ll be reading Jenna & Jonah’s Fauxmance next month though – it’s the lowest rated book on my TBR but also one of the shortest ones and with the Short-a-thon coming up..
What are the lowest rated books on your TBR?
Does it make you consider to unhaul some of them or not?
Do you often decide whether or not to buy a book based on Goodreads-ratings, even if the blurb really speaks to you?
Feel free to leave a link to your TTT so I can check it out!