My “To Buy” List

Hey guys, today I’m coming at you with my “To Buy” list. These are books I know I will love/ have already read and really want to own. This is different to my normal tbr, purely because these are books/comics that I want to own because I love them.

Also, there won’t e too many books on this list purely because you guys know how nuts I’ve gone lately with my buying of ze books.

**Okay, so I lied and there are two books on here that I haven’t read but I swear I actually plan on reading them by the end of the year anyway.


Lost Boy by Christina Henry


I don’t think I’ve talked to you guys about Lost Boy yet, but damn you guys need to understand how much I love this book. Basically, because of this book I fell in love with the whole world and idea of Peter Pan. I had honestly never cared before, nor had I really thought about the whole idea of Neverland. Now I need to read all the books about Pan and his Lost Boys.  I need to know how Neverland came about and how Peter got there; was he brought there or was born/ created there??? I NEED TO KNOW



I am currently reading this one and let me tell you, I love it! I have only read a couple of time travel nvels before, but this by far my favourite. This novel talks about time travel in the way that I love, it actually acknowledges th travel adn takes us along with the characters, unlike so many other time travel books.

Scythe (Arc of a Scythe, #1)


This book is so good and I love how much it makes us, as readers actually think. This i a fantastic novel and the amount of times I have had to put the book down in the bookstore is ridicuous, this is a fantastic novel and I cannot wait fo book 2 to come out earlier next year.

Unearthed (Unearthed, #1)


Unread book #1

Okay, so I am never on top of the new releases but this coming out next month in Australia and Amie Kaufman and Megan SPooner are doing press for it and I swear this never happens with authors I like, so I am seeing them December 1st and hopefully will be buying the book there and getting it signed. *fingers crossed*

The Ship of the Dead (Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, #3)


Unread book #2

Ah, yes. I still haven’t read book 2 but you guys, book 1 was so much fun that I know this trilogy is going to be amazing even to the end. I love the characters and I have heard such amazing reviews about the third book and I mean, I already own books 1 and 2 so why not complete my trilogy?

The Thousand-Dollar Tan Line (Veronica Mars, #1) Mr. Kiss and Tell (Veronica Mars, #2)


Okay, so technically I have only read the first book, but my love for V Mars is so great that I only need to have read one book to know that I will 5 stars the hell out of that second book.

Mistborn Boxed Set. Brandon Sanderson


I have already read this trilogy (I have not continued, should I?) but I don’t own any of the books. I somtimes (often) get the urge to re-read the trilogy but that’s quite hard to do when you own none of the books. This trilogy is amazing and massive, if you have the time you should definitely give it a shot, the world building is πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ.


Alex + Ada, Vol. 2 Alex + Ada, Vol. 3


I read volume 1 earlier this year and loved it, it discusses one of my favourite topics so I really can’t wait to see how the trilogy continues and how it finished, especially because I know that it got cancelled.

Lumberjanes, Vol. 1: Beware the Kitten HolyLumberjanes, Vol. 2:  Friendship to the MaxLumberjanes, Vol. 3: A Terrible PlanLumberjanes, Vol. 4: Out of TimeLumberjanes, Vol. 5: Band TogetherLumberjanes, Vol. 6: Sink or SwimLumberjanes, Vol. 7: A Bird's-Eye View


Ahh, Lumbejanes. I love this series and am finally up to date so I am hoping that one day I will finally be able to own all the volumes. I love this series, it is so uplifting and duh, who wouldn’t want to read about girl power and crazy adventures at a girlscout camp?


Have you read any of these? Which should I pick up next?



2 thoughts on “My “To Buy” List

    1. That’s what I’m counting on! I’ve only read the trilogy once but I constantly have the urge to re-read it, so I’m hoping that like you said, I will learn something new upon each re-read.

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