2021 TBR Tag (Original!)

Here is a general layout of some books I want to read in 2021! This is an original tag I made, and I'm here are the rules if you are going to be doing this tag on your blog:
  • tag at least 2 people
  • link back to the original post (this one)
I'm tagging these people: 

A book or series to re-read: 


 The Land of Stories series by Chris Colfer

    In second and third grade, this book series was my absolute favorite. I absolutely adored it, and it was essentially the series that introduced me to fantasy. I'm excited to re-read this and see what I remember, as well as how my opinions changed.

A book with a pretty cover:


Instant Karma by Marissa Meyer

Marissa Meyer is a pretty well-known author, with Heartless and the Lunar Chronicles. This is her newest book, which came out in November 2020, and it will be the first book that I read by her. It's a light fantasy romance, which is a genre I haven't really read much of. (Also, the cover is super pretty!) 

A book you planned on reading in 2020 but couldn't get to: 

Thunderhead by Neal Shusterman

This is the sequel to Scythe, which was one of the best books I read in 2020. For some reason, I procrastinated reading this so much that it's gotten to 2021. However, it's going to be one of the first books I start in 2020. If you haven't read the first book, Scythe, I suggest you read my mini-review on it in this post.














A book you've heard mixed reviews of: 

Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

This dystopian Young Adult novel is my friend's favorite book, but I know many people who hate it. I'm interested in seeing what my opinion will be. 

I don't have this book physically, and I'm not going to buy many books in 2021 so I'll probably borrow this from the library, or get it free on my kindle.












A book that you bought in 2020: 

(This could be a book that you bought physically, as an audiobook, or on your kindle.)

Opposite of Always by Justin A. Reynolds

I bought this book in September 2020 but I never got around to it. It's about a person who falls in love with someone who dies shortly after. But instead of moving on with his life, he is mysteriously transported back in time before the accident happens. Time after time, he tries to prevent the girl's death. 

It sounds like such an interesting twist on romance, which is why I'm so excited to read it next year. 










In the comments, tell me what books you're planning to read next year! 

Comments

  1. I have a long list, but I’ll start with Obama’s new book “A promised land” and “The Knowledge Economy.”

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    1. Those sound great! I want to read Obama's new book soon as well.

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  2. l like your list of books for 2021. Two books of this list seem more interesting to me: "Thunderhead " and "Opposite of always".
    In 2021, I hope I could find time to read "And Quiet Flows the Don", a novel by Mikhail Sholokhov. Frankly, I had the plan to read this book in 2020, but I was too busy to read it. I think reading such a novel needs
    a quiet and calm lifestyle, something that I had not the chance to experience in 2020.

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