RIP season always sneaks up on me, probably because California weather always seems to go for the extra strong hot hot heat boost just as summer is ending.
And I realized I never actually posted a TBR list on the blog! I’m so behind on blogging! So here it finally is, many days already into the challenge.
If you’re new to this challenge, check out the original post here.
But the gist of it is:
The purpose of the R.I.P. Challenge is to enjoy books that could be classified as:Mystery.Suspense.Thriller.Dark Fantasy.Gothic.Horror.Supernatural.
And my plan is to go for
Peril the First:
Read four books, any length, that you feel fit (our very broad definitions) of R.I.P. literature. It could be Stephen King or Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Shirley Jackson or Tananarive Due…or anyone in between.
Here are some books I’ve downloaded or borrowed from the library just for this challenge!
Abbott by Saladin Ahmed, illustrated by Sami Kivelä
A Beautiful Place to Die – Malla Nunn
The Frangipani Tree Mystery – Ovidia Yu
The Betel Nut Tree Mystery – Ovidia Yu
Dead Beat – Val McDermid
Moon Called – Patricia Briggs
Monstress volumes 1 to 3 – Marjorie M Liu and Sana Takeda
X-23 – Mariko Tamaki
The Three – Sarah Lotz
A Fierce and Subtle Poison – Samantha Mabry
The Hunger – Alma Katsu