As you may know, I’m suffering through a reading slump at the moment which makes writing monthly wrap up posts pretty useless. So instead, I thought I’d share with you the small list of things I’ve read since my last review and how I’ve rated each read.
The Past & Other Things That Should Stay Buried by Shaun David Hutchinson
If you know me, you know I’m always excited for a new Shaun David Hutchinson release! So far, nothing has topped my all-time fave We Are The Ants, but all of his books are amazing in their own way. I loved this story of friendship!
I Want To Eat Your Pancreas by Yoru Sumino
I won’t lie. I was originally captured by the title of this manga. It sounds more like a horror novel than the beautiful and touch story that it really is. I highly recommend if you’re a fan of your name. or Orange!
The Bride Test by Helen Hoang
This one was a bit of a disappointment for me. I absolutely LOVED The Kiss Quotient so I was very eager to pick this one up. Unfortunately, it just didn’t deliver the same feels that The Kiss Quotient did.
Watching You by Lisa Jewell
Lisa Jewell is another author that has totally become one of my favourites. I will read anything she releases. Watching You was definitely a slower paced domestic thriller, but oh man was it ever done well!
I Hear The Sunspot Vol.1 by Yuki Fumino
This one came recommended to me by Shelly from Read Sleep Repeat! I absolutely loved how cute and emotional this manga was and I can’t wait to read the rest in the series!
The Opposite Of Always by Justin A. Reynolds
I was worried that this one was going to feel repetitive considering its Groundhog Day-like concept, but each rewind brought something new to the table! I actually really enjoyed this audiobook!
Find You In The Dark by Nathan Ripley
If you like Dexter, you’d love Find You In The Dark. However, it lacked a certain something that Dexter did so well…at least throughout the first couple of seasons…
Heroine by Mindy McGinnis
This book was FUCKED. There is no other way to describe it. I thought about it for DAYS after reading it and I’m honestly still thinking about it. It’s dark, depressing and full of trigger warnings, so I would proceed with caution. I also would only recommend it for older, mature teens as it gets quite heavy and graphic.
And there we have it, all of the books that I have read, but neglected to fully review, since my last review post. Again, I’m sorry for my lack of posts, but I’m just slumping really hard and I’ve decided to treat it as more of a break. I promise to come back to you soon with regular posts and hopefully some more reviews!
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