‘Should I Stay or Should I Go’ TBR List Part 11

I got this idea from Jessica Robinson at Mrs. Robinson’s Library and I thought it was everything.

My TBR list is standing at 1051. And with the new year coming, I’m going to post this series a few times a week til the end of the year. My goal is to clean up my TBR list for the new year and continue to do so in 2018.

*Disclaimer: As I am on Goodreads on a regular basis, my TBR list will fluctuate a bit throughout this series.

So here is how it goes:

  • Go to your goodreads to-read shelf.
  • Order on ascending date added.
  • Take the first 5 (or 10 (or even more!) if youre feeling adventurous) books
  • Read the synopses of the books
  • Decide: keep it or should it go

This whole post contains books by one author. I’m not going to read any of these that ended up on this list. It’s all Ted Dekker books, yep – was definitely obsessed back in the day.

  1. Chosen
  2. Heaven’s Wager
  3. Infidel
  4. Blessed Child
  5. Renegade
  6. Chaos
  7. Mortal
  8. When Heaven Weeps
  9. Elyon
  10. Lunatic
  11. Thunder of heaven
  12. Hacker
  13. Water Walker
  14. Mirrors
  15. Unseen
  16. Seer
  17. Water Walker Ep 1
  18. AD 33

Final Count: 1033

I don’t know about you, but this is getting kinda boring. I have 11 parts to this series. I will now just be going through all the books on my TBR list and just get rid of them. It’s a very cleansing exercise, but to create a blog post about so many of these things can be the opposite of cleansing. I’ll update on my TBR status toward the end of the year.

Update: Current TBR number is under 400!

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