TBR Takedown 4.0

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TBR Takedown reading list - Men Explain Things to me (Rebecca Solnit), Frank (Jon Ronson), The Sleeping Prince (Melinda Salisbury), and Killing Sarai (J.A. Redmerski)

It's that time of the year again when Megan decides to do a TBR challenge in a week and knows she won't manage it because life responsibilities. However I know I can give it a good attempt if I read on the train every day rather than listen to podcasts. So here are my book choices for the TBR Takedown 4.0 which is taking place June 20th-26th (next week!), as well as the challenge categories they fit in.

Men Explain Things to Me - Rebecca Solnit - 'A book that's been on your TBR shelf over a year'
At less than 200 pages, I decided this collection of essays on various subjects including domestic violence, Virginia Woolf, and marriage inequality would be an interesting quick read for this challenge. I own a beautiful physical copy of it too.

The Sleeping Prince - Melinda Salisbury - 'An unread sequel sitting on your TBR shelf'
I read the first book in this series, The Sin Eater's Daughter, back in February last year and really enjoyed it. This sequel was released in May and I have no idea why I am only just considering reading it. Hopefully I remember what happened previously. I'll be reading this as an ebook.

Killing Sarai - J.A. Redmerski - 'A first book in a series on your TBR shelf' and 'An out of your comfort zone book on your TBR shelf'
I have never read a dark new adult romance book before and probably would never have intended to if it wasn't for Riley's deep love for this series. I'm intrigued as to what the hook is that keeps people coming back for more (there are SIX books currently in this series). I'll also be reading this as an ebook.

Frank: The True Story that Inspired the Movie - Jon Ronson - 'A book from your most recent book haul'
Looking back at my 23rd birthday book haul, I've naturally decided to pick the smallest book there to read for this challenge. Maybe as an added bonus I'll watch the film too.

M x

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