I sincerely hope you all had better reading month than me because as you can see by the pitiful list down below, mine was terrible.
1. Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon
Everything Everything follows Maddy, the girl who’s allergic to everything. She hasn’t left her house in 17 years, but everything changes when the boy next door arrives.
This was a cute little contemporary with an interesting twist. I feel like this book didn’t have a huge amount happening but the book consistently stayed addicting. The connections throughout the novel were strong and it’s just something nice to keep you feeling warm and happy. I also watched the movie last night so there will be a ‘movie vs book’ coming soon.
2. Winter by Marissa Meyer (Book 4 in the Lunar Chronicles series)
I don’t think I’ve ever read a better concluding book. Throughout this entire book we never stopped, something was always happening and problems were constantly arising. It’s also the first time I’ve ever actually enjoyed a Snow White story so that’s also a plus. The characters, story, and romances grew and outshone every other book, even though I didn’t think that was possible. There will be a ‘should you read…’ post on this series coming in the near future.
1. Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas (Book 6 in the Throne of Glass series)
I have never put down a Sarah J. Maas book part way, and I still can’t believe I have. I was enjoying Tower of Dawn, I really was. But I started to realise not much is happening and I’m getting kind of bored. I have about 200 hundred pages left so hopefully after a little break I can power through and finally finish this novel.
2. The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzie Lee
A Gentleman’s Guide follows Henry “Monty” Montague the sarcastic, alcoholic, and selfish lord who is in love with his best friend, Percy. As he, Percy, and his stubborn sister leave for their grand tour of Europe they could never imagine all the crazy events that are about to unfold.
I have about 5 chapters left and I am excited to reach the end. Every character in this book is both unique and insanely amusing. With the story almost as equally as insane and addicting.
3. Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige
Dorothy saved Oz, she was their hero and protector. But then she came back and now Oz’s saviour is their destroyer.
I just started it and I’ve just come to realise how dark this book really is. But I’m enjoying it immensely and am keen to finish the story.
Was your reading month better than mine? Let me know down below!
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