October Wrap up

This was overall, a wonderful reading month for me. I didn’t get to a lot of books, but I enjoyed every single one of them.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling 5/5 Goodreads

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This book is probably one of my favorites out of this series. I always gain some information or understanding when I reread, and this time it was incredibly impactful.

Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie ⅘ Goodreads

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I read this because there is an adaptation that I’m going to see with some friends. I did enjoy it more than past mysteries I’ve read.

Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling 5/5 Goodreads

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I love this book so much. I don’t know why, but it has always been my favorite. There are obviously parts that I hate, but it really sets up the rest of the series.

The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding by Alexandra Bracken ⅘ Goodreads

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One of my new favorite Halloween books. I would totally recommend checking this out for some spooky vibes.

The Diviners by Libba Bray 5/5 Goodreads

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The Diviners was hyped up so much and so big, so I was hesitant to pick it up. Thank god I did because it has made it to my favorite shelf. I would 100% recommend for anyone who is up for those thrilling vibes that follow you throughout the book.

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September Wrap Up

This month was especially good for me because I read a lot whilst balancing my studies. I read a lot of new releases because so many good ones came out this fall, and even more new releases are coming out this fall.  I also know I haven’t been consistent with posting, and I promise to try this week.

Trails of Apollo by Rick Riordan 3.5/5 Goodreads

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I really did enjoy this book. Uncle Rick is very good at connecting to my childhood and pulling its strings.

Wonder Woman by Leigh Bardugo 5/5 Goodreads

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My favorite author back at it again. Even though I didn’t feel it was her strongest book, it was good. She really had a different take on Diana’s story.

Girls Made of Glass and Snow by Melissa Bashardoust 4.5/5 Goodreads

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THIS BOOK WAS SO GOOD! The characters were so on point. I could feel a book slump coming on and this book demolished it.

The Inexplicable Logic of My Life by Benjamin Alire Sánez ⅗ Goodreads

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This did really blow me away. I was laughing, I was in tears, and I felt on edge the entire book.

Warcross by Marie Lu 5/5 Goodreads

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Marie Lu has blown me away, once again. She has this way of twisting and breaking your heart, and it’s wonderfully painful. I can’t wait to see how the rest of the story unfolds.

Wink Poppy Midnight by April Genevieve Tucholke ⅗ Goodreads

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It was very tough to get into, but it was very mysterious and different to what I was normally reading.

Flame In The Mist by Renee Ahdieh 3/5 Goodreads

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While I am excited to see how this story unfolds, I did find it a bit slow and confusing. We didn’t have a very firm grasp on the world.

Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling ⅘ Goodreads

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I was really feeling down on a sick day, so I decided that I could start the Harry Potter reread over again. (It’s still going strong.)

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling ⅗ Goodreads

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Easily, this is my least favorite. It’s funny because growing up this was my favorite growing up. I just find Lockhart and Dobby’s characters over the top and annoying.

The Hush by Skye Melki-Wegner ⅗ Goodreads

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I haven’t read a book quite like this in a while. It reminded me of Six of Crows with the whole heist idea.

August Wrap Up

This week was my last month of summer. It was pretty solid. My reading experience this summer has been amazing. It’s been awhile since I’ve read a book I didn’t. I don’t know if I will read as much from now on, but I’m certainly going to try.

Legend ⅘ (reread) Goodreads

I didn’t obsessed over it like I did the first time, but I still really enjoyed it.

Six of Crows (reread) 5/5 Goodreads

I love Six of Crows with all my soul. It has great representation, amazing and human characters, and the best setting. I reread it because I was really missing the characters.

Lucky In Love ⅖ Goodreads

This book was disappointing. I really wanted more from it, but it was quick.

To All The Boys I’ve Loved BeforeGoodreads

One of the best contemporaries I’ve read in awhile. I loved how the relationship was a big part, but it didn’t consume the entire story.

P.s. I Still Love You ⅗ Goodreads

Sadly, I didn’t love this like the first one. Lara Jean just seemed very babyish to me.

Wolf by Wolf 5/5 Goodreads

I loved this book so much. The Jewish rep is so rare. Yael is one of the best and strongest (mentally and physically) that I’ve read from is so long.

CinderGoodreads

I really didn’t like this book at all. There were very few redeemable parts for me.

Frostblood ⅗ Goodreads

This book was okay. It was very basic and border.

A Million Junes ⅘ Goodreads

This book surprised me with its magical elements. It was portrayed very well too.

The Problem With Forever ⅗ Goodreads

I found the main character’s anxiety relatable, I found myself understanding of her freakouts. Though she was a little over the top for me.

July Wrap Up

This month was a very good reading month. I read…

Opposition by Jennifer L. Armentrout ⅗

This book was a very good close to the Lux series.

The Sea of Monsters (reread) ⅘

It reminded me so much of my childhood.

The Beautiful Lost ⅗

It wasn’t the best, but it was good.

The Bone Season ⅘

I loved this book more the second time I read it.

Unravel Me ⅘

Unravel Me took this series to a whole new level.

Ignite Me ⅘

The characters throughout this series are amazing.

Caraval ⅘

This book was so fun to be lost in.

Ivory and Bone ⅗

Definitely different than what I am used to, but still it was an enjoyable read.

The Accident Season ⅗

It had me turning the pages so fast.

Carry On 4.5/5

There is no way to describe how amazing this book and characters are.

Eliza and Her Monsters 4.5/5

I related so much to this book.

City of Bones (reread) ⅘

It wasn’t as good as the first time, but I still love this series and Cassandra Clare.

The Titan’s Curse (reread) ⅗

I found the characters very annoying in this book.

The battle of the Labyrinth (reread) ⅘

This used to be my least favorite of the series. Now it’s my second favorite.

The Last Olympian (reread) ⅘

My love for the series stays strong.

Saint Anything ⅗

The overall theme or lesson for this book is something to really learn from.

A Gathering of Shadows 5/5

This book was amazing. One of the few books that doesn’t have middle book syndrome.

DNFed

Anne of Avonlea

I found myself so bored. The characters didn’t interest me anymore.

This month I had so much time to read. That will change in the month of August because I have school coming up.