5 Potential 5 Stars On My TBR #1

This post was inspired by my sister, Beth over at Bibliobeth. She was inspired by one of her favourite book-tubers Mercedes from Mercy’s Bookish Musings 

Mercedes posted a video trying to predict which five books would get the five star treatment in her TBR. She then wrapped up with a video to see if her predicts were correct. Like Beth, I’m not going to subject you to a video. No-one wants to see me on a video! But here are the books that I think have potential to get 5 stars from me…

Click on the book image to learn more about the book on Goodreads!

The Friend- Dorothy Koomson

The Friend

I am a huge fan of Dorothy Koomson’s writing and her books thus far have either got 4, 4.5 or 5 stars… so I’m quietly confident.

The Names They Gave Us- Emery Lord

The Names They Gave Us

Emery Lord is one of my favourite writers in the YA genre. I love how her books often have much more depth than you might expect.

Girl In Pieces- Kathleen Glasgow

Girl in Pieces

I have heard amazing things about this book! It looks intense, but I think it could be important.

The Trophy Child- Paula Daly

The Trophy Child

I’m a massive fan of Paula Daly’s writing. I can’t wait to read this one soon!

Dear Bully- Various Authors

Dear Bully: Seventy Authors Tell Their Stories

I have wanted to read this book for ages and I’m hoping it’s worth the wait!

I shall let you know if these books did become 5 stars! Has anyone read any of them? Let me know!

12 thoughts on “5 Potential 5 Stars On My TBR #1

  1. I cannot wait to read Emery’s. Her ‘Star of Me and You’ (YAY for the sequel news!) is one of my most fav contemporaries. I hear ‘Pieces’ is a great read too. Hope these wind up being as good as you anticipate, Chrissi. Happy reading!

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