Down The TBR Hole: #4

Thank you to Lost In A Story for coming up with this wonderful idea to finally whittle that TBR shelf down to something more manageable. See all of her posts here. She also made the beautiful graphic!

Down the TBR Hole is a simple and efficient way of getting rid of all of those unneeded books.

How does it work?

  • Go to your goodreads to-read shelf.
  • Order on ascending date added.
  • Take the first 5 (or 10 if you’re feeling adventurous) books
  • Read the synopses of the books
  • Decide: keep it or should it go?

Simple as that. Next thing you know, you have a reasonable Want To Read shelf!

At one point or another I was looking forward to this. It doesn’t sound as good anymore
The Judgement: Ditch

This looks like it has some promise
The Judgement: Keep

Technically, I have already read this. I loved it, and then I watched the movie and it ruined it for me.
The Judgement: Ditch

Don’t think this one is for me
The Judgement: Ditch

The Judgement: Ditch

Is it just me, or is every synopsis starting to sound the same?
The judgement: Ditch

This sounds like a good summer read
The Judgement: Keep

This sounds really sad.. I’m not sure if I can do really sad
The Judgement: Keep.. for now.

Oh yeah.. this book is for me. Finding your way back to your high school sweetheart. I’m here for it.
The Judgement: Keep

Yup, reading this one for sure
The Judgement: Keep

Is there any of these books that I should give another shot to? I’m only basing this off of the synopsis, so if there’s any that you recommend that I read, please let me know!

Until next time,


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