5 Star TBR Predictions #1

Good morning my loves,

I hope you’re having a great week so far. We’re nearly there, we’ve made it to Wednesday! Today’s post in one that I’ve seen loads of times on different book blogs and on booktube and have been meaning to do it for the longest time! I had a quick scan of my bookshelves and picked out 6 books that I think will be five star reads. Will I be successful? Who knows!

Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl // The Surface Breaks by Louise O’Neill // If We Were Villains by M.L. Rio // The Colour of Bee Larkham’s Murder by Sarah J. Harris // A Ladder to The Sky by John Boyne // Radium Girls by Kate Moore


And there we have it, the first of my 5 star predictions posts. I am planning to read these books in the next couple of months and will post an update as to how close I was with my predictions! Have you read any of these books? How did you rate them?

Peace and pages

15 Replies to “5 Star TBR Predictions #1”

  1. The Colour of Bee Markham’s Murder is on my TBR too! It sounds amazing. I hope all of these live up to your expectations 🙂

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  2. Hope you enjoy all of these as much as you think you will 💜
    Amy xx


  3. bookishluna says:

    The Surface Breaks always peaks my interest and I really think you will enjoy The Radium Girls.


  4. Jee Wan says:

    Neverwlorld Wake looks interesting!


  5. ivysbooks says:

    I look forward to hear if they are 5⭐️ or not 🤔😁

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  6. Ayunda says:

    I love these kinds of posts, looking forward to reading your updates on your real thoughts on these books. The Surface Breaks looks particularly excellent, and I have heard lots of good things about If We Were Villains.


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