Hello readers! Today I wanted to share with you all the unread books on my Kindle. I don’t actually have that many, but I thought I should share them, as I have shared with you guys every unread book I physically own.
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I first received a Kindle for Christmas back in 2012. My original Kindle is a first generation Kindle Fire. As the years have gone by, I have used it less and less, and now a lot of the apps don’t even work on it. So, last month, I finally took the leap and bought myself a newer version.
Most of the books on this list are books I have had for years and I might never actually get to, but some are newer downloads, now that I am finally getting back into reading ebooks.
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I remember back when vampire stories were all the rage. I wanted to get into this series, but the shear number books and overlapping series overwhelmed me back then. I have watched a few seasons of the TV show, and I don’t know if I will ever actually get to this book now that I have. Unlike most people, I like love triangles. However, it is a bit weird when the triangle involves brothers. That situation can’t end well for anyone involved.
Trigger Warnings: murder, almost rape scene
This is one I just never got around to reading. I know the plot of this book is about suicide, and since buying it on my Kindle, the author has unfortunately committed suicide himself. Either way, I know I will get to this book one day, and watch the movie, because I haven’t done that either.
Trigger Warnings: suicide as a main plot point, depression, self harm, attempted suicide
Last year, I tried to read Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater, and it just was not for me. I haven’t written her off completely, and would still love to read this series. I know a lot of people really love it, and I would love to see why for myself.
Trigger Warnings: attempted murder, underage drinking, domestic abuse, depression, murder, ritual sacrifice, references to suicide
This is one that I forgot I owned on my Kindle. Fight Club has to be one my favorite movies and most watched movies of all time. I haven’t watched it in a long while, but I love it. I think this book could potentially be one my favorites, if it is anything like the movie.
Trigger Warnings: guns, murder, castration, drug use, violence, suicide ideation, insomnia
Out of all these books, I have no idea why I bought this one. I remember that I used to own this book physically as well. There are only a few things that will completely turn me off from reading a book, and zombies is one of them. I do not and never have enjoyed stories about zombies. I mean, I did like Warm Bodies, but that was a bit different. Also, this book is about a pandemic that causes this virus which turns people into zombies. I am not sure who wants to read pandemic books right now, but it isn’t me.
This is a book that you can get for free on Kindle. It was on my list of classics I wanted to read in 2021, of which I haven’t read any on that list so far. I just haven’t been in the mood for classics this year. I realized in 2019, when I was taking a college World Lit class, that I really love French classics, and this is a French classic I found when researching them more.
I read the first book in this series around 9 years ago. I reread it in 2019 to see if I wanted to continue. I decided I did want to, and still have not. However, my husband recently bought me the second book on Kindle, so I hope to read it VERY soon. I am really interested in some other series by this author, but I made myself a rule that I have to finish the series I started almost a decade ago first.
I found this author on Instagram. I though the cover of this book was stunning, so I decided to check it out. It was available on Kindle Unlimited, along with all of her books, so I decided to go ahead and get it. I don’t know when I will get the chance to actually read it, but I hope to soon.
This last book is an ARC that I just got through Netgalley. I waited to get this ARC for so long, and I am so ready to read it. I just hope this series doesn’t turn out to be 12 books like her last series was. This book comes out in early May, if you are interested. Once I have read it, I will give more of a detailed synopsis on what it is actually about. As of right now, I know it is a series about twin witches.
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5 thoughts on “Unread Books on My Kindle”
Oh gosh I have so many unread books on my Kindle I need to get to. I really liked It’s Kind of a Funny Story, The Raven Boys, and Fight Club.
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I see so many people that have over 100 books unread on their Kindles, and I just don’t know how they do it. It would drive me crazy.
I have such a backlog of Unread kindle books. Probably well over 2000. It comes mainly from subscribing to daily free book sale emails (BookBub and Team Dango for me) and having started amassing them since 2012. Mostly self-published titles, starts to series meant to hook you in… Right now I’m trying to focus on tackling my physical library before diving in to my digital one 😉
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Wow that is a lot of books! I do agree the physical tbr should take precedent over the ebooks, though.