In honor of today being my birthday (September 29th) I wanted to do something fun and birthday related! However, there aren’t that many tags out there and I already did one last year I believe so I decided “hey, it’d be kind of cool to do a post of books who also share my birthday!”. So here we are, I’m pretty proud of this idea! Unfortunately past the year 2015 there isn’t much help for finding books published in a specific month let alone a specific day so most of these are 2015.
These aren’t listed in any particular order and if I have reviews I’ll link them up!
Boneshaker by Cherie Priest
I actually forget about this book all the time but one of the reasons it isn’t on my TBR is because the reviews for it aren’t that great. I do enjoy steampunk though so that’s kind of a bummer.
Zeroes by Scott Westerfeld, Margo Lanagan, & Deborah Biancotti
I don’t personally have any interest in reading this one but it’s about a group of teens who have special powers and abilities. I have liked Westerfeld’s books in the past but this one is a no for me.
Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
I’m weirdly proud of this, I share a birthday with “SIX OF CROWS”!! I remember when this was releasing and I was so pumped to get it for my birthday, which I did. This was surprisingly great since I didn’t really enjoy “Shadow and Bone”, definitely a book worth the hype though.
Menagerie by Rachel Vincent
This one is actually on my TBR and I hear loads of good things about Rachel Vincent’s books. This is about a girl who is kidnapped and forced to perform in a traveling carnival’s menagerie, hence the title. I think it sounds really interesting and I can’t wait to read it!
Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter
I had this on my TBR for a while before removing it, I may add it back one day but I have other priorities first. It is a psychological thriller, which I love, about two estranged sisters coming together to find the truth about two incidents that span twenty years apart.
Daughters Unto Devils by Amy Lukavics
I read and absolutely loved this one! It’s a YA horror that’s set out on the prairie during the 1800’s and involves……a lot of strange happenings that may or may not be supernatural in origin. The ending is such an extreme twist, I loved it, very much worth the read. Very excited to share a birthday with this one!
Have you read any of these books? What did you think?
Are there any books you share a birthday with?