Let’s make this introduction short and sweet. This is all the books I am planning on reading in July. Hope you enjoy!
1. Lifeline by Abbey Lee Nash
I received this book from Tiny Fox Press to review. I am currently reading this and I am enjoying it so far. It is different from what I am used to reading. This is the story of Eli who is the captain of the lacrosse team and ends up overdosing at a party. This follows the story of Eli going into rehab and starting his recovery. Continue reading “Coming Up in July”
For my last post of 2017, I am going to share with you the top books that I read this year. That is my from the 24 books I read this year the ones that I enjoyed the most. I have reviews for all the books on this list, so if you want more information on the books or my thoughts on them you can check out my review. Now let’s get into this list.
1) My Not so Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella ( Stand Alone)
Read: 2/8/17- 2/11/17
Genres: Fiction, Romance, Chick Lit, Contemporary, Romance
Rating: 5 stars
Review: MNSPL Continue reading “Top Books of 2017”
This post is the mid-year book freak out tag! I am not sure who created the tag so if you know let me know in the comments so I can give them credit. Now let’s get into these questions.
1. Best book you’ve read so far in 2017.
My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella
– Loved this book! Sophie Kinsella never fails me. —> Review of MNSPL Continue reading “Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag”
I can not believe that April has ended and we are already in May! This year is going by so fast. Sadly, I did not read much in April and I am planning on having a small TBR for May. Let’s just get into my April Wrap-up, hope you enjoy.
Guys, I finally did it! I have started to read the Harry Potter Series for the first time. It was a long time coming and I am so glad I finally decided to pick this up. In April I read the first book in the series Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone. I enjoyed the book so much I am starting to understand why this series is so beloved by the book community. To be honest I was a little afraid that I wasn’t going to like it because I attempted to read the first book when I was in the 6th grade back in 2001 and I didn’t finish it. It just hit me that I first tried to read Harry Potter four years after it’s released and this year will mark the 20th anniversary of its release. I can not believe it took me so long. But in my defense, I wasn’t much of a reader when I was a kid. Continue reading “April Summary and Coming Up in May”
On this post, I will be going into detail on my thoughts of King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard. This review will have spoilers so if you are looking for a spoiler-free review you can check mine out! (KC Review Spoiler Free). Now let’s get into this review.
Okay, let me start off by saying that I enjoyed the pacing for most of the book. Since Mare was taken by Maven as a prisoner I thought that her escape/ rescue was going to happen too quick. I thought that it might have been a chapter or two of Mare being held prisoner by Maven but it actually took a good portion of the book. Which I felt made it feel more realistic, also it took several tries for Mare to get away. I feel that sometimes in books or movies the rescue or escape happens the first try. So I really liked that, that wasn’t rushed. Continue reading “Book Monologue 6 : King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard”
This is going to be my spoiler free review of King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard. This review will be spoiler free for King’s Cage but it might have spoilers from Red Queen and Glass Sword so keep that in mind.
Red Queen: Spoiler free with Spoilers
Glass Sword: Spoiler free with Spoilers
About: King’s Cage started right where Glass Sword left off. Mare kneeling in front of Maven. For a good portion of the book, it is focusing on Mare and her trying to find a way to escape Maven. Continue reading “Review: King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard”
This post is going to be all about what I read in March and what I plan on reading in April. Sadly I did not read much in March so because of that my April TBR is going to be on the small side just so I don’t feel overwhelmed and feel like I need to rush to finish all the books before the month is up. Okay, let’s just get into the books.
Continue reading “March Summary and Coming Up in April”
In this post, I will be discussing all the books I read in February and everything I plan to read in March. I think I had a decent reading month in February. So I am excited to share with you all, all my thoughts. Now on to the books!
1) Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge
I started Cruel Beauty in January and was able to finish it in February. This book was okay. There were a lot of times while reading, that I really did not know what was happening. If certain things were explained more I feel that this book would have been a four or five-star book. Continue reading “February Summary and Coming up in March”
This post is going to be about some books that I am really excited to be released this winter. There will also be some bonus books at the end of books that are being released this winter that I have ARC’s of. Now let’s get into the books! Oh, they will be in the order of release date.
1) Carve the Mark by: Veronica Roth
Release Date: January 17, 2017
Series: Book 1
Honestly, I do not know much about this book just that it is set in space. This is Veronica Roth’s first book outside of the Divergent series. I am super excited to see what Roth can do outside of Divergent. Continue reading “Anticipated Winter 2017 Book Releases”
On todays post I will be discussing Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard with spoilers. So if you have not read Glass Sword yet check out my spoiler free review. If you have read Glass Sword and want to hear my thoughts on the book keep on reading!
Continue reading “Book Monologue 4: Glass Sword By: Victoria Aveyard”