My January TBR

Hey everyone, It’s Galit here, I hope you all had a great start of 2018 ❤
For me, 2018, started out already with a busy schedule and sudden changes, but that’s okay, I’ve learned how to deal with changes like these and how much I can stretch until it’s too thin.
I wanted to increase my  Goodreads challenge this year, from 25 books to 60 books. I used to read a lot more than 60 books a year but things change, so I hope to be able to read more again in the future.
I’ve never done a monthly TBR post like this (so happy to be doing this), and I thought in every month I will show you my TBR list for that month and what I’ve finished the previous month. I have to say though that I’ve already finished 1 book from this month TBR, and that’s The Host (I love this book so so much). I started it just as the new year started and finished it in a day 😀
Anyway 🙂 Here’s my TBR for January 


Invictus, books, coffee n' notes
by Ryan Graudin

Time flies when you’re plundering history.

Farway Gaius McCarthy was born outside of time. The son of a time-traveling Recorder from 2354 AD and a gladiator living in Rome in 95 AD, Far’s birth defies the laws of nature. Exploring history himself is all he’s ever wanted, and after failing his final time-traveling exam, Far takes a position commanding a ship with a crew of his friends as part of a black market operation to steal valuables from the past.

But during a heist on the sinking Titanic, Far meets a mysterious girl who always seems to be one step ahead of him. Armed with knowledge that will bring Far’s very existence into question, she will lead Far and his team on a race through time to discover a frightening truth: History is not as steady as it seems.

 Draekora, Books, Coffee n' Notes
Draekora (The Medoran Chronicles, #3)
by Lynette Noni

“I swear by the stars that you and the others slain tonight will be the first of many. Of that you have my word.”

With Aven Dalmarta now hiding in the shadows of Meya, Alex is desperate to save Jordan and keep the Rebel Prince from taking more lives.

Training day and night to master the enhanced immortal blood in her veins, Alex undertakes a dangerous Meyarin warrior trial that separates her from those she loves and leaves her stranded in a place where nothing is as it should be.

As friends become enemies and enemies become friends, Alex must decide who to trust as powerful new allies—and adversaries—push her towards a future of either light… or darkness.

One way or another, the world will change…

 Raelia, Books, Coffee n' Notes
Raelia (The Medoran Chronicles, #2)
by Lynette Noni

“Life is full of crossroads, Alex. Full of choices.”

Returning for a second year at Akarnae Academy with her gifted friends, Alexandra Jennings steps back through a doorway into Medora, the fantasy world that is full of impossibilities.

Despite the magical wonder of Medora, Alex’s life remains threatened by Aven Dalmarta, the banished prince from the Lost City of Meya who is out for her blood.

To protect the Medorans from Aven’s quest to reclaim his birthright, Alex and her friends seek out the Meyarin city and what remains of its ancient race.

Not sure who—or perhaps what—she is anymore, all Alex knows is that if she fails to keep Aven from reaching Meya, the lives of countless Medorans will be in danger. Can she protect them, or will all be lost?

The Host, Books, Coffee n' Notes
The Host (The Host, #1)
by Stephenie Meyer

Melanie Stryder refuses to fade away. The earth has been invaded by a species that take over the minds of human hosts while leaving their bodies intact. Wanderer, the invading “soul” who has been given Melanie’s body, didn’t expect to find its former tenant refusing to relinquish possession of her mind.

As Melanie fills Wanderer’s thoughts with visions of Jared, a human who still lives in hiding, Wanderer begins to yearn for a man she’s never met. Reluctant allies, Wanderer and Melanie set off to search for the man they both love.

 Books, Coffee n' Notes
Philippines’ Resistance: The Last Allied Stronghold in the Pacific
by Stacey Anne Baterina Salinas
The people of the Philippine Islands during the early half of the twentieth century experienced various waves of Western Imperialism, two wars of attempted secession from western powers, and two world wars. And yet, the Philippine Islands and its people have received only small subheadings in many American textbooks and histories. The wartime experiences from the perspectives of the Philippine people have gone unnoticed and have become overshadowed by the socio-political dominating legacy of American figures like General MacArthur, leader and historical symbol of the Pacific Theater during World War II. MacArthur’s famous phrase “I came through and shall return” are etched into every facet of World War II historical narratives, textbooks, and monuments that pay tribute to the Allied forces in the retaking of the Pacific from the Japanese. But It is the lesser known people and leaders of the Philippine resistance against the Axis powers whose efforts and contributions allowed for the effective and speedy return of MacArthur’s military forces…
When this post will be up, I hope to finish the second book of Lynette Noni 😀
 As always, thank you so much for reading ❤

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4 thoughts on “My January TBR

  1. Oh, I really need to read the 2nd and 3rd books in the Raelia series. I loved the first one, but somehow just didn’t get around to getting the others. I think cos I had it as an ebook. Need to get on that! Happy new year!

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    1. I read the first as well and just now got to read the others, but I know they will be amazing 😀 I have all of her books on Ebook format, still didn’t get them on paper, but I will some day 😉
      Amazing year to you too ❤

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