Books I would like to read by the end of the year

Well, we have 4 months left in the year and my TBR is out of hand so these are the books I want to get to by the end of the year. It is ambitious and I do not think I will get to them all but I am going to try. Here we go: … Continue reading Books I would like to read by the end of the year

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A late August Wrap up

Together at Midnight by Jennifer Castle (4/5) Forever, Interrupted by Taylor Jenkins Reid (4/5) Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco (4/5) Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy by Cassandra Clare (4/5) The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid (5/5) Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling (5/5) The Wedding Date … Continue reading A late August Wrap up

Airborne: The Combat Story of Ed Shames of Easy Company by Ian Gardner

Rating: 5/5 Summary: (x) My Thoughts: This was one of the last books I had to read related to band of brothers. I enjoyed reading it and learning more. It was informative and so interesting to read. Shames appeared in the series and learning there was a book on him made me excited. He is … Continue reading Airborne: The Combat Story of Ed Shames of Easy Company by Ian Gardner

Together at Midnight by Jennifer Castle

Summary: (x) Ratings: 4/5 My thoughts: I have been on a contemporary kick lately. This is darker contemporary and I really enjoyed it. The main characters, Max and Kendall, witness a tragic accident which draws them together. They decide to do random acts of kindness together which leads them to become close. The two characters … Continue reading Together at Midnight by Jennifer Castle

The Filthy Thirteen by by Richard Killblane, Jake McNiece

Summary: (x) Rating: 5/5 My thoughts: It has been a while since I reviewed any military history books. I read on average 3 of those a month and I want to start reviewing them again.  Those and young adult are the two biggest genres of books I read.  This book was interesting and on a … Continue reading The Filthy Thirteen by by Richard Killblane, Jake McNiece