Catching up is hard to do!
I’d like to say that I’ve settled on a new routine, but really I’m still figuring things out! I’m still reading though and slowly getting back into the swing of blogging (I miss you guys so much!)
Things I’ve read recently
I’m not sure I’ll ever get around to giving these books a full review but I wanted to make sure they got some attention!
Completely Awesome Books
Not a Drop to Drink by Mindy McGinnis was everything I hoped it would be. It was dark, with just the right amount of hope. I loved the characters and the plot. The ending was also exactly how a dystopian should end. I would recommend Not a Drop to Drink to anyone who likes dystopian or dark books. Also it is a standalone!
Always on My Mind by Jill Shalvis became my absolute new favorite in the Lucky Harbor Series. Shalvis’ books keep getting better and better. Shalvis writes such wonderful characters and I will always come back for more!
Angelfall by Susan Ee was recommended to me by Kelly of Radiant Shadows a long time ago and I just recently read it and loved it! Whether you are a fan of angle books or not I encourage you to give Angelfall a try. Ee’s world building is fantastic and the storyline was amazing. And for those that are worried about this being paranormal romance, it’s not. I can’t wait to start World After.
I enjoyed The Dream Thieves just as much as I enjoyed The Raven Boys. Maggie Stiefvater’s writing is magical, the plot is magical too. My only complaint is that I still don’t feel like any questions were answered!
Not So Good Books
Honestly I have never been so baffled by a book’s high rating before. Not even with Beautiful Disaster. The characters were incredibly annoying, there was no showing only telling. Also there was no sex until the very end. There wasn’t even any sexual tension or steamy make-out scenes!
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