NaNoWriMo Novels, Part 2 | Books I Want To Read

For the third year in a row, I’m not doing NaNoWriMo.

No, I think I’ll sit this one out. Use all that free time to support my friends’ madcap writing projects. And maybe even find the time to read? Today I’m discussing three books on my TBR list that began life as someone’s NaNo project.

You can check out my post about NaNo novels I’ve already read here.


1. The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

I don’t actually know much about this novel, but a lot of my friends have read it and they all seemed to like it. I trust them! Also, I love the cover – very eerie and mysterious.

2. The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan

A zombie novel! I don’t think I’ve ever read one of those before. (Short stories are a different matter…) Plus, that title! Aaaaah! Consider me Intrigued™.

3. Wool by Hugh Howey

Wool is the first book in a self-published series about a post-apocalyptic world in which everyone lives deep below ground and no one has ventured outside in years. The premise sounds right up my alley. And I’m impressed by how successful the series has been, considering how it wasn’t traditionally published.

I am also very curious about why it’s called Wool, since the blurb didn’t give a single hint.


Which NaNoWriMo books do you want to read? What made you add them to your TBR?

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1 Response to NaNoWriMo Novels, Part 2 | Books I Want To Read

  1. The Forest of Hands and Teeth has an awesome cover!

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