We’re back with another Top 5 Saturday! Just in case you don’t know Top 5 Saturday is a weekly meme created by Mandy @ Devouring Books and it’s where we list the top five books (they can be books on your TBR, favourite books, books you loved/hated) based on the week’s topic. You can see the upcoming schedule at the end of my post 🙂 This week’s topic is: books under 300 pages.
This was a lot harder than I anticipated because I thought I’d have a lot more books that were less than 300 pages but a lot of them are more under the 400 page mark. After a bit of searching I did find a few on my actual TBR. I don’t actually have a preference for book lengths, it really all depends on the content. If a book is great I’ll likely never want it to end but when it’s the opposite, even less than 300 pages sounds like too much! I also generally don’t pay much attention to details such as page numbers, so I’m surprised by a few of the ones on here. I definitely thought they’d be longer!
I feel like This Is How You Lose the Time War has been featuring on quite a few of my lists lately or maybe that’s just my mind constantly conjuring it up because I want to read it soon?!
I stumbled on Somebody Told Me through Twitter. Someone said it was available as Read Now on NetGalley, so of course I had to check it out! I don’t know why I thought this would be longer but the fact that it’s shorter makes me want to pick it up sooner (and I have to anyway lol)!
I almost forgot about Every Heart A Doorway. The title and cover caught my attention and it’s the same for the other books in the series. I really hope that I love this so I can have a reason to add the other books to my physical shelf too 😂 I’ll be buddy reading this next month and I’m keen!
I have literally seen this series EVERYWHERE lately. The hype around Murderbot is real and because of FOMO I went ahead and bought All Systems Red as soon as I could. I’ve heard really great things about this book but I’m actually surprised it’s as short as it is! Curious…
I’ve heard very mixed things about Elevation. Actually, I hear very mixed things about all King books but this one especially. The cover is what caught my eye and knowing what it’s about has me curious to know how it all ties in. It’s so short too!
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- 25 April 2020: Books Under 300 Pages
What books under 300 pages do you have on your TBR? Any favourites that are under 300 pages? Recommendations welcome!