Hey everyone!! It’s that time of the month again where I take a look back on what I’ve been reading and make plans for the next month. I haven’t been blogging as regularly as I wish I could have been because school has been super busy but it’s good to be back so I can share things with you guys.
This week’s top ten tuesday topic is Hidden Gems in …. I found this topic really difficult, I couldn’t find ten hidden gems in any topic. I considered doing something other than fantasy, but in the end I ended up back with fantasy.
Ruin and Rising is the third book in Leigh Bardugo’s Grisha trilogy. I really wanted to read this series before I read her Six of Crows duology (which I know isn’t necessary) and once I started this series I flew through it.
The Top Ten Tuesday topic for today is a back to school freebie. Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish and is my favorite weekly meme. I didn’t realise how much I loved it until they went on a massive break *cries*.
Book break ups?? Whattttttt (is what I am guessing you’re all thinking). Give me a second to explain myself. I’m talking about books I don’t want to read anymore. There are a bunch of these on my incredibly extensive tbr.
If you follow me on goodreads then you might know what I am talking about. I have over 800 books on my tbr. It’s a serious problem. Please help me.
We Own The Sky is an urban fantasy novel by Sara Crawford. I was sent this book by the author in exchange for an honest review and I really enjoyed it. This book sucked me in and I can’t even figure out why.
This is the first week Top Ten Tuesday is back!!
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. This week I am going to be giving 10 book recommendations for Slytherins. I am a Slytherin and I always find it really interesting to read Harry Potter recommendations.
Unfortunately there are a few typical Slytherin recommendations, e.g. Six of Crows. I am going to try to give some more unconventional recommendations. The majority of the books I’ve chosen have characters with their own goals who are ambitious and often morally grey.