Books of December 2017

So I read a fair bit of books in December more so than the last few months. Since I am out of school for a month.1. The longest winter by Alex Kershaw2. life after legend by Marie lu3.Riveted by Jay Crownover4. Currahee by Donald Burgett5. The road to Arnhem by Donald Burgett6.Seven Roads to hell by Donald … Continue reading Books of December 2017

Caraval by Stephanie Garber

Rating: 5/5 Summary: (x) My thoughts: This one was a highly anticipated read of the year. I had heard really good reviews and when I saw a copy on sale I knew I had to read it. It was a fast read and full of so many good things. It was a very original novel … Continue reading Caraval by Stephanie Garber

Releases of early 2018

January:Let's talk about Love by Claire Kann (January 23,2017)  Batman by Marie Lu ( January 2, 2017)The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert ( January 30, 2018)Purple Hearts by Michael Grant (January 30, 2018)Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda Special Edition by Becky Albertalli (January 30, 2018)Say You'll remember me by Katie Mcgarry (January 30, 2018)February:Hamilton … Continue reading Releases of early 2018

Love and other consolation prizes by Jamie Ford (provided by Netgalley)

Rating: 3/5 Summary: (x) My thoughts: Interesting plot and summary but not the book for me. Still enjoyed it but not my favorite book. The premise and the characters were interesting. It just fell flat for me and it was a struggle to get through. If you like historical fiction this book is for you. … Continue reading Love and other consolation prizes by Jamie Ford (provided by Netgalley)