My February CWTR (Can’t wait to read) list

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CaptureWhat are you currently reading? Here are some books I am really craving to read. Is it OK to say this is my CWTR- can’t wait to read list?

Saltwater by Jessica Andrews has been on my radar since I have read Daisy Johnson’s comments on it. It’s probably the most attractive one for me personally in this lot. This is a novel about class differences, growing up, what shapes who we become.  Coming up in March!(Sceptre)
Dignity by Alys Conran (gosh, aren’t one word titles powerful) has a gorgeous cover and it’s an interesting story about a couple of women with different backgrounds, I hope I love it.  Out in April by W&N (Orion books)

Memories Of The Future by Siri Hustvedt is a really quirky novel about a woman’s obsession with her neighbour- described as a novel about memory, gender mutability, vagarities of perception.  (Sceptre, March)

The Language Of Birds by Jill Dawson is another fantastic upcoming release about the infamous Lord Lucan affair- Murder in Belgravia- exploring the roots of a shocking murder.  (Sceptre, April)

The Chalk man is a famous one, I am so curious about it. Finally hoping to get around reading it! I hope I love it. I know lots of book bloggers really loved it and told the world it’s a super chilling book. so I really look forward reading it!

Thanks to Sceptre books and W&N to the gifted copies(except Chalk Man)

Have you read or planning to read any of these?

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      1. Sounds about right!
        It’s one of those books i keep recommending to everyone who’d listen 😀 Even to my friend and i know she won’t listen, but worth a try!

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  1. Oh, I *love* the idea of a Can’t-Wait-To-Read list! I’m thinking of it as kind of like a highlights reel of the TBR – there are the books that you’re going to read, and then there’s the books that you’re REALLY eager to get to. Mine would be I’ll Be Gone In The Dark (Michelle McNamara), Milkman (Anna Burns), The Power (Naomi Alderman), and The Arsonist (Chloe Hooper) – all fairly recent releases, because I’ve been buried in the back-catalogue and the classics for so long. Love it, thank you Ova! ❤️

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