Hey guys, is that time of the month again, the time where I post the only post of the month which is always a TBR haha Anyways, if been putting off doing this because I was not sure of what I wanted to read this month but this usually leads me to unintentional slumps, where I just keep starting one book and another and another and never get around to actually finish anything because I'm not sure I want to finish it and yeah, you know the drill.
So, april was a good month reading wise, I think I managed to balance reading with other stuff on a good way that I still read, but also felt like I did other stuff, mostly involving netflix and studying but still. I read 9 books and I read all of the books on my TBR except for 1 which I'm currently reading so not bad at all, 3 where re-reads and 4 where graphic novels, I've been re-reading quite a lot (for me) this year, it's weird because when I set re-reading as a goal and want to do it on a conscious level it never happens but it's happening this year that I didn't planned, I'm loving this trend and hopefully it will continue through the year.
For may I hope to read at least 4 books, which are A noite das mulheres cantoras (the only required reading that I'm reading this month, these past months most of my readings are towards school stuff and I just feel like I need a break right now, I already started this one last month and I'm struggling to finish it so I'll not put more books that I NEED to get to because I've time to finish these readings and I'm way ahead), them to the fun stuff - I just went on a haul this last friday and got some books that I want to get to, they are: On the Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta (I don't know if I'll read this and them finish Saving Francesca, which I started last year but never got around to finishing it or if I'll read SF first, I kind of want to finish SF first because I've this weird thing that I like to read the books of the same author on the order they're published), I finally got myself a physical copy of The Girl at the Midnight by Melissa Grey which I read last year and loved, so now I want to re-read it and it's so beautiful in person, Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard which is quite big and scary in person, with its almost 500 pages but if it's like its predecessor it'll fly by and last, but not least City of Bones by Cassandra Clare, another re-read, I'm actually already like more than half-way thought this one since I started it on april, but I plan on finishing it this month, watching the Shadowhunters tv show just gave me a LOT of feelings and nostalgia of this series so I just needed to get back into this word as soon as the show finished.
Well, that is it for May, tell me on the comments bellow what is in your TBR.