• when all the next books you have to read are great, and you can’t decide which one you want to start reading, or the paradox of choice.
READING UPDATE: I tackled Foucault’s Pendulum, The Art of Reading, and finished Crime and Punishment (ready for next week on #beardyread). What now?
Now my Kindle full af with books I haven’t read. I’ve got ARCs, new releases, books to review, and I’m still flirting with two other paperbacks looking at me with puppy-dog eyes. The bag of books that I brought with me to the country doesn’t count because it has more reference books than anything else.
Ok, so here are eleven books on the top of my TBR:
- Android Karenina, by Ben H. Winters
- One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, by Ken Kesey
- Klara and The Sun, by Kazuo Ishiguro
- Later, by Stephen King
- Atlas Shrugged, by Ayn Rand
- The Lost Boys of Montauk, by Amanda M. Fairbanks
- How to Avoid a Climate Disaster, by Bill Gates
- “O Ar Que Me Falta”, by Luiz Schwarcz
- Beyond Order, by Peterson Jordan
- Why Read Classics?, by Italo Calvino
- The Midnight Library, by Matt Haig
☕️ Now, I’m gonna ask you to help me out here… Can you sort the books from what you would read first to the last one to read? Or pick five books you would read right now if you were me?
☕️ If you can’t do that, 😂 tell me something easier: how do you choose your next read when you’re in the mood to read everything?
■ via @beardbetweenthelines ↓