January 2022 TBR list: last month was almost successful I read all 5 and a half of the 6 books. I’m going to stick with 6 because I feel it works best for me. I hit my reading goal for the year of 80 books by reading 83.   I’m trying to catch up on a couple of the ARC’s that I missed.

All of Us Villains by Amanda Foody and Christine Lynn Herman is a book I’m half way through it is the Hunger Games meets the Harry Potter Triwizard Tournament in  this is a bloody Science Fiction/ Young Adult novel that is getting a lot of buzz and sounds devilishly good.  The plot is a fight to the death for 7 families to control high magick. This book review is thanks to Netgalley and Macmillion-Forge.Tor Teen I twas published on November 9 2021

The Maid by Nina Prose sounds like a fun who done it, that is getting a lot of buzz right now.  This novel has Florence Pugh from Little Woman and Black Widow attached to star in the movie.  I don’t want to know too much on plot but it sounds great.  Thanks to Netgalley and Random House Publishing Group – Ballantine, Ballantine Books it is published on January 4 2022.

Misery by Stephen King this is a book that has been on my TBR for some time I always want to read more King. I have seen the movie and Kathy Bates incredible Oscar performance as Annie Wilkes.  But having just read On Writing by Stephen King and analyzing how he crafted the ending, I really want to read it.

Yours Cheerfully by AJ Pearce is the sequel to the lovely Dear Mrs. Bird that charmed me so much, just 2 years ago.  Following the events of Dear Mrs. Bird where Emmeline had been giving advice to the rejected letters sent to Dear Mrs. Bird column in 1941 wartime England.  She takes on new challages heading up her own wartime column. This book is thanks to Netgalley and Scribner it was published on August 10 2021.

Marvel Masterworks: The Amazing Spider-man Volume 11 by Stan Lee is one of the last volumes that Stan Lee wrote on.  This volume introduces the anti hero Morbius the Living Vampire which is soon to be played by Jared Leto this winter.  This book also features The Amazing Spider-Man issue 100 where Spiderman grows extra arms.

Goosebumps: Phantom of the Auditorium by R.L. Stine is Goosebumps book 24 in the original book order, this continues my quest to read all the Goosebumps books then give to my eager nephews.  This story is a modern day retelling of the Phantom of the Opera with a Goosebumps twist.

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