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