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This week’s TTT topic is submitted by Rachel @ Sunny Side. Today I’m sharing books on my Goodreads “To-Read” shelf that involve animals. Might be a picture of an animal on the cover, might be an animal name in the title. Here we go!
- The Night-Bird’s Feather by Jenna Katerin Moran
- Girl, Serpent, Thorn by Melissa Bashardoust
- Black Sheep by Rachel Harrison
- The Shadowy Horses by Susanna Kearsley
- The Last Beekeeper by Julie Carrick Dalton
- Rule of Wolves by Leigh Bardugo
- Cheddar Late than Dead by Linda Reilly
- The Ghost Goes to the Dogs by Cleo Coyle
- Many Things under a Rock: The Mysteries of Octopuses by David Scheel
- Mystery of the Tea Cup Quilt by Jodi Allen Brice
These are all on my list of books to read. Have you read any of them? If not, do any of them sound interesting to you? Leave a comment!
I hope you like all of them!
My post: https://lydiaschoch.com/top-ten-tuesday-titles-with-aquatic-animals-in-them/
Girl, Serpent, Thorn is one of the prettiest covers. I love the look of it so much.
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It certainly grabbed my eye!
Black Sheep is one of my most anticipated books! Great list:-)
Thanks! Off to check out yours.
The mysteries of octopuses? (Octupii?) Count me in! 🙂
I know, right?! I already know that octopuses can do some really amazing things. I’d love to learn more about them.
I just saw a review for Black Sheep on someone’s site- I loved her Such sharp Teeth book. And Girl, Serpent has a nice cover.
I saw Black Sheep on another post last week (or maybe the week before). It sounded intriguing!
Rule of Wolves sounds interesting.
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I am loving me some Leigh Bardugo these days. Hopefully Rule of Wolves will be as enjoyable as everything else of hers I’ve read!
Girl, Serpent, Thorn is such a beautiful looking book. Every time I see it I want to read it!
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Hopefully we’ll both get to read it and love it!
Rule of Wolves is also on my TBR list, I’ve been meaning to read it for ages, but it’s quite chunky and I’ve not been in the mood for chunky books the past few years. Hopefully soon! I have read Girl, Serpent, Thorn (it was also on my list this week) and I found it a very original take on a fairytale, but the plot was a bit too slow paced for me and the characters were underdeveloped. I love the cover of The Nightbird’s Feather, so striking!
My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2023/04/11/top-ten-tuesday-415/
Good to know your take on it! I’ll give it a try. It might hit me differently.
And I would pick up The Night-Bird’s Feather just for that cover. Stunning.
I think Melissa’s is the only cover that looks familiar, but of course, I recognize Leigh Bardugo as an author. Someday I still need to try reading one of her books! 🙂
I’ve only ever read Ninth House, but it was amazing. The Shadow and Bone trilogy is on my shelf, and Hell Bent is on my Kindle.
I’ve heard great things about many of these books. I hope you love them.
I hope you enjoy all of these when you get a chance to read them. I featured a book with a goat today too 🙂
Great minds think alike! 🙂
Someone else had a goat on a cover and I thought that would be the only one I saw today. You proved me wrong! Great choices!
Thanks! I saw that cover on my list and knew the goat had to be part of this post!
I’ve not read any of those, but some look intriguing!
Here’s my list:
I enjoyed reading Cheddar Late Than Dead earlier this year, and I hope you do as well.
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I hope you enjoy them!