TBR Intervention (2)


Intervention is a weekly challenge hosted by Dani @ RefractedLight, Ayanami @Whatever you Can Still Betray, and April @Books4Juliet

The aim is to choose a book (or several) you’ve had for more than 6 months (or there about) and read it in the designated week to reduce your TBR-pile.


I finished one book this week, out of the two I’d picked to read. I finished, Graceling by Kristin Cashore. You can find my full review here, but I’ll have to say I very much enjoyed this book and should definitely have picked it up sooner!

I didn’t start, Night Rise by Anthony Horowitz, therefore my book to read next week under the TBR intervention challenge will be Night Rise by Anthony Horowitz.

Night RiseNight Rise by Anthony Horowitz

The world is in great danger and only five kids can save it. But to do that, they must face off against some of the most powerful people in the world. Two of the five, Scott and Jamie, have always known they were different. Twins whose birth is shrouded in mystery, they’ve always been able to communicate with each other telepathically. Their supernatural talent has landed them no farther than a gig in a Z-grade sideshow in Reno, Nevada…until they garner the attention of a very scary clientele. Soon their lives are in jeopardy, with one of them trapped and one of them on the run. In Nightrise, Anthony Horowitz ups the stakes in his most thrilling, intense novel yet.



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2 responses to “TBR Intervention (2)

  1. I loved GRACELING! I love Katsa and Po, and the story is unique and captivating. I didn’t loved FIRE though. It’s good but not that great as Graceling. Do you plan to read it? and Bitterblue? I heard that Bitterblue is amazing. I think I’ll read it in the future 🙂

    • nerdybookreviews

      Ahhh, that’s a shame. I’ve heard Fire is meant to be better than Graceling. Well, I’ll have to see. I have every intention of reading the next two. I’ve heard Bitterblue is meant to be very good and has more Raffin in! 🙂

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