It’s been two months since I shared a reading list, so is just the right time for my TBR Pile #3, here are the second one and the first one. This time I was able to take the picture of the books in my new bookcase. I’m so pleased with how the bookcases look like. I will update this post as soon as I finish a book or two from the list. Of course, I will review all the books I read cover-to-cover on my book blog, Coffee and Books. Furthermore, you can befriend me on goodreads, if you want to check on my book updates.
Now, let’s talk about the books I plan to read in the next couple of months, all of them are non-fiction. I have some fiction books I read, mostly regency, but I did not add them to the list. Also, the libraries will open from next week, but not all, and with quite an awkward schedule. Most of the books in this list are review copies, but a few are mine. I’m also expecting two more books to arrive these days. They are not in the picture, but I included them at the end of the list. These two are written by one of my tutors and are relevant for what I’m going to study in year 2 at university.
As you can see from the picture, there is quite a fascinating mix, from a book about Weed (which I’m very intrigued about) to a lot of history books, which is not exactly unexpected.
My TBR Pile #3 – List of books:
Elizabeth: Celebration in Photographs by Jennie Bond – 5 stars. It is a gorgeous book and the descriptions are really interesting too.
WW2 From Above: An Aerial View by Major General Julian Thompson – 5 stars. Very good book, plenty of pictures from that period and bios of military personnel.
The Little Book of Weed by Orange Hippo! – 4 stars. A bit too much movie & music references, but interesting. I would recommend it.
Little Book of US Presidents by Orange Hippo! – 5 stars. Interesting and fun!
Homage to Catalonia by George Orwell
A History of British Prime Ministers by Dick Leonard (the relevant chapters, from 1900 onwards)
Great Britain’s Great War by Jeremy Paxman
30 Seconds Climate by Joanna D. Haigh – 5 stars. Very good book, I’ve enjoyed it.
Women’s Lives and Clothes in WW2 by Lucy Adlington
The Dark History of Tea by Seren Charrington-Hollins – 5 stars. A fascinating and quite dark book on the history of tea. Well worth reading.
Total Undersea War by Aaron S Hamilton
Scotland Yard’s Flying Squad by Dick Kirby – 5 stars. This is so interesting, as the story is told trough real cases.
The Battle of the Atlantic by Bernard Ireland – 5 stars. Good book.
Britain and the Spanish Civil War by Tom Buchanan
Impact of the Spanish Civil War on Britain: War, Loss and Memory (Sussex Studies in Spanish History) by Tom Buchanan
What books do you plan to read? I’d love to hear more details.