Since I am pretty much at the end of my TBR and am determined to read all the books yet to come I am just going to do a shout-out to 5 books on my TBR. (You all should definitely keep slashing down your TBRs, but right now there is no slashing to do for me :P).
I am simply going to continue with the books that I ended with last week:
Quicksilver by R.J. Anderson
This is actually the second book in a series, and I have not read the first. The reason this is on my tbr is because I have been told that there is asexual representation in it! I can’t really get anything out of the blurb but it sounds intriguing.
A Quiet Kind of Thunder by Sara Barnard
This is a story about a mute girl and a deaf boy and it sounds absolutely amazing. It’s a love story and I have heard amazing things about it so I can’t wait to read it!
We Are The Ants by Shaun David Hutchinson
This cover is so beautiful! (Seriously, I’m in awe). The story is about a boy named Henry and he is just a regular-ish kid with a messed up family, but then he gets abducted by aliens and given the opportunity to either let them destroy the world or save it, with just the click of a button. Don’t let the alien thing distract you because this story sounds so good! It is that I can’t buy the book right now because the paperback is unavailable, but otherwise I would!
We Awaken by Calista Lynne
This book sounds a little vague, it is something about dreams and a girl who’s asexual and then the main character finds out she’s asexual too. It seems like a contemporary but I don’t think it is… It’s a little weird. If someone has read this, can you explain it?
We Go Forward by Alison Evans
As you might have noticed a few of these books have asexual representation and that was actually what I was looking for at that moment. This book also has asexual representation and it is about Christie and Roslyn who are both travelling and they find each other and travel together. As I have heard it has bi, POC, ace and non-binary characters and it takes place in Berlin!
Have you read these books or have them on your tbr?