Wrap Up Post- 5 Potential 5 Star Reads On my TBR #3

Welcome to my third wrap up post for this little feature inspired by one of my sister’s 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 predictions were correct. I picked 5 books that I thought I might give 5 stars and since I have now read them I thought I’d let you know if I was right!

Click on the book image to learn more about the book and the link below the book to find my review!

Notes On A Nervous Planet- Matt Haig

Notes on a Nervous Planet

Whilst I did enjoy reading this book, I preferred Reasons To Stay Alive. I gave this book 4 stars.

The Surface Breaks- Louise O’Neill

The Surface Breaks

This book was brutal! I did very much enjoy reading it but it wasn’t quite the 5 star that I had anticipated. I gave it 3.5 stars.

Open Your Eyes- Paula Daly

Open Your Eyes

I adore Paula Daly and this book was so close to a 5 star. It didn’t quite get there though. 4 stars.

The Breakdown- B.A. Paris

The Breakdown

This one was SO close to a 5 star. 4.5 stars. There was just something about it that prevented me from giving it 5!

The Dangerous Art Of Blending In- Angelo Surmelis

The Dangerous Art of Blending In

Another one that was close! This was an intense, darker read. I thought it was a very accomplished debut! 4 stars.

So, I may not have predicted any 5 star reads but aside from the Louise O’Neill book, I was very close! These books didn’t let me down. Look out for my new 5 star predictions coming soon! 🙂


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