Lowest Rated TBR books

I saw this over @Ally Writes things and thought it was cool to discover mine. Thanks for sharing Ally 😀

This is easy to do, I just have to check my TBR and see the lowest rated books and see if I am gonna read them and why.


Harry Potter and The Cursed Child (3.71)

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I need to read this because I am kind of interested although I feel it will be a disappointment.


Murder is Easy (3.74)

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I have a paperback copy of this that I bought 2 years ago and that’s why I wanna read it. Agatha Christie is a hit or miss kind of author so I am keeping my expectations low for this one.


In The Woods (3.75)

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I want to read something by Tana French so bad, the problem is that I am intimidated by how many books are there in the series. I recently got an ARC of her Standalone so I sure am anticipating this book!


Frankenstein (3.77)

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I learned the hard way that Classics are just not for me. I am not sure if I want to read this anymore.


Forest of a Thousand Lanterns (3.79)

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If this was a standalone I would have already read it but I am not sure I want to get into another series that I am not sure is good. I wanted to remove this from my TBR but then didn’t. If anyone read this then I would appreciate your thoughts on it.


So as you can see, I don’t have many books with low ratings, even those are not so low ratings. That is because I am a very picky reader and read books that I think I will love.
Happy Reading everyone

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13 Comments

  1. I used your Edelweiss tips to request that one! (Still waiting for the response.) They are all one series, but you don’t have to read them in order. I started with Faithful Place and now I’m just reading them in whatever order I find them.

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  2. Forest of a Thousand Lanterns is not bad tbh. It has a villain protagonist and is really brutal which might turn some people off, you’ll be able to judge for yourself whether that’s for you. Also even though it’s technically a duology, the second book focuses on a different character after a significant time jump of I’m guessing nearly two decades, so Book One is a self-contained story. There’s a satisfying conclusion at the end of Forest of a Thousand Lanterns taken as a standalone.

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