Favourite OTPs

This will be posted a day late, but oh well.

For those who don’t know, this post is for Hype or Like Friday is hosted on Goodreads by fellow bookbloggers Jillian, Larkin, and Britt (click their names to visit their blogs!) where we read a book each month, to review at the end with weekly discussion posts in between. Our book of the month is Truthwitch and the theme is Love is in the Air.

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This weeks theme is:

 Favorite OTPs – Which fictional couples will you go down shipping for life?!

Due to my late as announcement of ACOWAR’s cover reveal, let’s start this post off by giving a spot of my favourite OTPs to Feyre and Rhysand. (Any fanart is from tumblr, and their artists)

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(look how beautiful they are together amirite?)

And from SJM’s other series, Throne of Glass goes to Aelin and Rowan!

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NEXT UP, goes to PERCABETH. I mean, how could I not put my favourite ship in like one of my favourite series that made up my childhood?

Next, Ron and Hermione. How could I not put these two on this list? These two are by far the best couple in Harry Potter.

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Now, the Mortal Instruments is definitely not my favourite series, but it does include one of my favourite ships. I also recently started watching its TV show, Shadowhunters and my feels towards this ship have just intensified. That ship is….. MALEC! (Magnus and Alec) To be honest, as much as Jace and Clary are like the main chracters, I disliked them (as characters) and thus aren’t my favourite ship. For this I’m going to put a scene from the show because how can I not?

I also want to put down Darrow and Mustang from the Red Rising Trilogy. I love the trilogy and I love these two  ❤

My last OTP on this list is going to be….Kady and Ezra from Illuminae! I just love how they are together and they definitely need to be on this list.

Honeslty though, if I didn’t stop there I’d be here all day. If not for that fact, I would list like all the other ships I have from Percy Jackson and the Heroes of Olympus (you know what I mean if you have read it) as well as all my ships from both SJM book series (she literally has the same mind as me when pairing people off together, it’s great) and etc etc.

But yeah, a little late, but better late than never! What other couples do you have as your OTP?


Life Update – Book Slump + Reading Recommendations?

I know what you are going to think – she’s finally posting again?

I don’t know why, but I personally find it very hard to create habits, and stick with things, and this blog was a challenge I set myself, and I’m ultimately failing and sucking as a book blogger. I guess I’m going to ask you guys to stick with me, even though posts might be a bit sporadic.

One thing that is contributing to me not posting is the fact that I think I’m in a book slump. I hate book slumps. You hate book slumps, and I really wish they didn’t exist. Does anyone know the feeling, when they do like a book, but just don’t feel like reading, but still want to finish it? Well that’s exactly how I feel. I’m currently reading A World Without Princes from the School for Good and Evil series and while I really enjoyed the first book, I feel burnt out I guess. The more days that pass by without me even looking at a book, the more tempted I am to drop the book I’m reading and start something else, which leads to another problem that I need help with.

I’D REALLY LIKE SOME SUGGESTIONS. Basically, I’d like any suggestion that I guess is fast paced, or a book that has gotten you out of a book slump. I’m pretty much into any genre except like horror and erotica and stuff (not that you’d suggest me books like that anyways.. xD)

Right now, I think I’m going to write up another post or two, and try harder at blogging. For all those Aussie’s out there, you would know that school is starting up again, and I’m going into my second last year of high school, so it’s going to be pretty intense – and yes, now you guys know, I’m pretty young :).

I’m sorry to keep rambling on and on so I guess I’ll wrap this post up right now.

~ Zoe

Fangirl Review

Usually, I would be posting a Hype or Like Friday, but since this week’s topic is on New Year’s resolutions and goals, I’ll be skipping it since I’ve already done a post on that.


Image result for fangirl Genre/s: Contemporary

Date Published: September 10th 2013

Publisher: St Martin’s Griffin

Length: 433 pages in the hardcover edition

Source: Bought

Links: Goodreads | BookDepository


A coming-of-age tale of fanfiction, family and first love

CATH IS A SIMON SNOW FAN. Okay, the whole world is a Simon Snow fan… But for Cath, being a fan is her life–and she’s really good at it. She and her twin sister, Wren, ensconced themselves in the Simon Snow series when they were just kids; it’s what got them through their mother leaving.

Reading. Rereading. Hanging out in Simon Snow forums, writing Simon Snow fanfiction, dressing up like the characters for every movie premiere.

Cath’s sister has mostly grown away from fandom, but Cath can’t let go. She doesn’t want to.

Now that they’re going to college, Wren has told Cath that she doesn’t want to be roommates. Cath is on her own, completely outside of her comfort zone. She’s got a surly roommate with a charming, always-around boyfriend; a fiction-writing professor who thinks fanfiction is the end of the civilized world; a handsome classmate who only wants to talk about words…and she can’t stop worrying about her dad, who’s loving and fragile and has never really been alone

For Cath, the question is: Can she do this? Can she make it without Wren holding her hand? Is she ready to start living her own life? And does she even want to move on if it means leaving Simon Snow behind?


First thing I want to say – the hype is real. I went into this book hoping for the best, because as most (if not all) of you would know, Fangirl is a book plastered everywhere in the bookish community, and at least now I know what it is all about.

When I started reading the book, one of my thoughts was, what exactly is the plot in this book – and thats just the thing – while it may not have a solid plot, things do happen, and you still get hooked and attached to characters. I guess that the book is just relatable, as it goes through the notions and troubles as Cath starts her first year of college.

I really liked this about this book, as it’s refreshing and light, and perfect for when you are in between series and recovering from an epic finale, or when your life is really busy because you don’t have to be too invested in it, or too involved (even though you’ll probably be attached to it because it’s that good). I think one of the reasons why this actually worked is simply because Rainbow Rowell’s writing is beautiful and her style of writing just describes the world like butter. I apologise for my horrible descriptions…but she just tells it how it is without being overly annoying or dense or anything.

Now, the biggest strength of this book are the characters. They are all so relatable, adorable and likeable one way or another, even if you think you won’t like them that much. Pretty much all of them are my favourite characters, especially Cath, Levi and Reagan. Wren annoyed me a little bit, but by the end I still liked her, flaws and all. I think, that these are perfect characters in the sense that, each of them have their own unique personalities, good bits and bad bits, and bad tropes are pretty much non-existent (YES, there’s no love triangles!). This book also tackles the topic of mental illnesses, and while I can not speak from my own experiences, others have said that they were tackled quite well.

However, while for the most part the book is amazing, it is not perfect. Some people don’t like the simplicity of this book, and a lot of people also think of Cath as a Mary Sue. I personally didn’t really mind, and I thought it fit in with the story. This book gave me loads of feels, and made me happy, and thus I give it five stars despite some flaws.

Favourite Quotes

“In new situations, all the trickiest rules are the ones nobody bothers to explain to you. (And the ones you can’t Google.)”

“You give away nice like it doesn’t cost you anything.”

“You look so blindingly cute right now, I feel like I need to make a pinhole in a piece of paper just to look at you.”



Most Anticipated of 2017 | Hype or Like Friday

So, I know this is a little late, but here is my first Hype or Like Friday post for 2017! For those of you who don’t know what this is, Hype or Like Friday is hosted on Goodreads by fellow bookbloggers Jillian, Larkin, and Britt (click their names to visit their blogs!) where we read a book each month, to review at the end with weekly discussion posts in between. Our book of the month is the Serpent King by Jeff Zentner.

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This week’s discussion post (if you haven’t already read the title) is on the our most anticipated releases for 2017.

I am almost embarrassed to say that I haven’t actually looked too much into 2017 releases, besides those of the series I’ve read this past year. So I had to do a bit of research, (hence a little late of a post) so here they are!

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Since reading A Court of Thorns and Roses, and the Red Rising Series, I have been impatiently waiting for these and thus are probably my most anticipated releases as of right now. However, these are other releases that I am anticipating this year. There are are several sequels that are to be released this year of series I intend to read soon, but I didn’t include them because this list would be way to long…

Carve the Mark (Carve the Mark, #1)  Caraval  Flame in the Mist (Flame in the Mist, #1)

Strange the Dreamer (Strange the Dreamer, #1)  Wonder Woman: Warbringer (DC Icons, #1)  Frostblood (Frostblood Saga, #1)

I am especially looking forward to the Wonder Woman book by Leigh Bardugo. I personally love superheroes, and I love the fact that there are going to be books on them too! (and by amazing authors at that).

Again, I apologise for the late post, enjoy your weekend 🙂

Carry On by Rainbow Rowell – a Cute read

Carry On
Image result for carry on by rainbow rowellGenre/s: Fantasy, contemporaryish

Date Published: October 6 2015

Publisher: St Martin’s Griffin

Length: 522 pages in the hardcover edition

Source: Borrowed

Links: Goodreads | BookDespository


Simon Snow is the worst chosen one who’s ever been chosen.

That’s what his roommate, Baz, says. And Baz might be evil and a vampire and a complete git, but he’s probably right.

Half the time, Simon can’t even make his wand work, and the other half, he sets something on fire. His mentor’s avoiding him, his girlfriend broke up with him, and there’s a magic-eating monster running around wearing Simon’s face. Baz would be having a field day with all this, if he were here—it’s their last year at the Watford School of Magicks, and Simon’s infuriating nemesis didn’t even bother to show up.

Carry On is a ghost story, a love story, a mystery and a melodrama. It has just as much kissing and talking as you’d expect from a Rainbow Rowell story—but far, far more monsters.

My Review

Okay, going into this book, I had not read Fangirl beforehand. I didn’t actually know that Fangirl was in anyway related to this book until I opened up and started reading it. So, I didn’t read much about Simon and Baz, and thus were completely new characters for me. Now, having read Fangirl, I see why lots of people may have loved this book.

Honestly, the start of this book was long, kind of boring, and slow. I think that it was a bit too long for the plot. It also had several POVs, so that kind of disoriented me a little bit as I kind of got mixed up with who I was reading. Even for a book with several POVs, there was quite a lot of different ones, compared to the two or three that are normally in this type of book. I didn’t really like Agatha’s POV, and Lucy’s confused the hell out of me.

BUT, once you get through the first third of the book or so, it gets better. You start to get to know the characters a bit more, and you start to love them. I especially loved Baz and Penelope the most – but so do like 90% of the people of everyone that’s read this book. I didn’t like Simon as much as I do other main characters, he just didn’t click with me, or have very distinguishable personality traits – maybe that’s just me, I don’t know.

But the main reason why I gave this book 4 stars, was that, the romance was adorable, and cute, and gushy and not to mention the quotes the came with it – absolute perfection. The action started picking up, and the plot began to become more prevalent, and there was action and geez, looking back on it, I couldn’t put the book down.

Another thing, I really loved the writing. I’ve only read two of Rainbow Rowell’s works, but the writing in both of them is blissful and smooth, and it’s the type of writing that goes perfectly with a hot chocolate (or coffe if you are that type of person) if you know what I mean.

The ending wasn’t amazing, but it still fit within the story, and I think it was still cute and a decent conclusion. If I go into any more detail about this book, I’ll probably spoil it for those that haven’t read it, although that is partly because I wrote this review so late after I read the book (I read it a couple months ago..oops) and most of my thoughts are spoilery and gushworthy.

But if you like cute and fluffy stuff, or just like Rainbow Rowell’s other books, I’d say go for this one, especially if you’ve read Fangirl (if you have, I don’t know why you aren’t reading this one already).

Favourite Quotes: (for those who haven’t read the book, maybe you shouldn’t read these..sort of spoilery, sort of obvious)



‘This is what I deserve’,’ he says.
I shake my head. ‘Well, it isn’t what I deserve.’
‘Then go
I see the fire flickering in his eyes, which means it must be all around us.
‘I won’t,’ I say. ‘I’ve never turned my back on you, and I’m not starting now.’

“I just want to kiss him, then go.
‘Simon…,’ I say.
And then he kisses me.”

Now that I look back, most of my favourite quotes involve SnowBaz fluff….oops

But yeah, look out for my review on Fangirl in the coming week!

See ya guys later 🙂

Red Rising by Pierce Brown | More people need to read this!

Red Rising
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Genre/s: Sci-fi/dystopian, Action

Date Published: 28th January 2014

Publisher: Random House

Length: 382 pages in the hardcover edition

Source: Bought

Links: Goodreads | BookDepository


Darrow is a Red, a member of the lowest caste in the color-coded society of the future. Like his fellow Reds, he works all day, believing that he and his people are making the surface of Mars livable for future generations.

Yet he spends his life willingly, knowing that his blood and sweat will one day result in a better world for his children.

But Darrow and his kind have been betrayed. Soon he discovers that humanity already reached the surface generations ago. Vast cities and sprawling parks spread across the planet. Darrow—and Reds like him—are nothing more than slaves to a decadent ruling class.

Inspired by a longing for justice, and driven by the memory of lost love, Darrow sacrifices everything to infiltrate the legendary Institute, a proving ground for the dominant Gold caste, where the next generation of humanity’s overlords struggle for power. He will be forced to compete for his life and the very future of civilization against the best and most brutal of Society’s ruling class. There, he will stop at nothing to bring down his enemies… even if it means he has to become one of them to do so.


Like the title says, I honestly don’t know why this book isn’t as popular as books such as Throne of Glass or something, because it honestly needs to be. (The lack of tumblr posts from the fandom saddens me really).

Going into this book, I didn’t really know much about it. So if you are thinking of reading this, skip the reviews and just jump straight in, because I think it’s better if you don’t know much. So, if you are reading this, and haven’t read it, I’m just going to say that if you like action or sci-fi/dystopian, go for it – you don’t really need to waste your time reading my review..

But that’s another thing. I know many readers out there (not all) are kind of scared of the sci-fi genre, sick of dystopian, or don’t really read sci-fi for whatever other reason. I still say go for it. I think this book is unique in the sense that, it honestly feels a lot like a fantasy novel. Yes there are many terms and phrases that you’ll have to get used to (another reason why people avoid sci-fi), but it isn’t anything that you have to know science for. It’s like a fantasy novel in the sense that, it’s basically a completely different world from our own, and with that comes a lot of unique elements to that world, that are covered in worldbuilding.

That’s another thing. I loved the world building. The world that Pierce Brown has written is very vast and thought out, but like Darrow, it is introduced to the reader slowly and you’ll get the hang of it. The expanse of this world isn’t fully explored in this first book, as Darrow is only in an academy, but the series does delve into it as it goes on. (it took me a while to figure out what a slingblade was..).

Oh, and you’ll also love this book if you are looking for something that doesn’t have all those classic YA tropes such as love triangles, insta love, miscommunication or really those horrible romance tropes. Plus this book is narrated by a guy, so you don’t have those stupid descriptions of the main female character who is shy and has no self-confidence and is secretly beautiful and ugh I’m not going to go on. Basically this book is really refreshing in that aspect. There is romance, but it is not a focus, so if you want something with little romance, then this is a book for you.

This post is basically me telling you guys to read the book instead of actually reviewing it, but at the same time I don’t want to talk too much about it and ruin the experience (for those who are looking for reviews because they haven’t read it). So sorry… hehe

I love the character development in this book, and in the series overall as well, and Darrow really does grow as a character, as well as other characters too. That’s another thing. The way the characters are written, shows how wise I think Pierce Brown is. It really comes through some quotes and how this society that he’s built is seen by different points of view. I’m going to list a couple of my favourite quotes at the end of this review because honestly this book (and series) is full of really good ones.

I, as a Greek/Roman mythology nut (thanks Percy Jackson) also love the hint of Roman (and a tad bit of Greek) mytholgy present in the book. For those that have read, I’m part of House Neptune according to the quiz on Pierce Brown’s website.

Oh and one more thing! The descriptions can sometimes be brutal, bloody and gory at times, so just a warning, but I personally think it adds to the raw and honest feeling of the story, which I really liked.

But yeah, this review is already super long so sorry about my rambling, but this book is amazing and if you haven’t read it, you need to! I’ll soon be posting the reviews for the next couple books in the series, Golden Sun and Morning Star.

Favourite Quotes:

“Man cannot be freed by the same injustice that enslaved it.”

“The measure of a man is what he does when he has power.”

“Funny how a single word can change everything in your life.”
“It is not funny at all. Steel is power. Money is power. But of all the things in all the worlds, words are power.”

These are just three that I can put up without revealing too much, but in them you can already see how deep this book can go at times. There is also a song, kind of like Hanging Tree from the Hunger Games in terms of its significance and there are versions on youtube of it, so if you haven’t already, you should listen because its beatiful really.

But enough from me, see you guys next time 🙂

Happy New Year! – Blogging goals for 2017

Okay. Just putting it out there. I am guilty of an unannounced hiatus and for that, I am sorry.

I guess I wasn’t really in the mood. BUT I promised myself, that when 2017 starts, I’m going to try again, so here I am on January 1st 2017 writing up a post for you guys, maybe a couple more.

Seeing as I haven’t seen you guys much lately, I’d just like to say that I hope you had a wonderful holiday season, whether it be Christmas, or any other type of holiday, or even if you didn’t celebrate anything at all (in which case, I hope you had a nice break). I wish everyone a great 2017 in whatever you choose to do.

Looking back over 2016, I think it was a rather successful year overall (not just blogging, which wasn’t really that successful..) but going into my second last year of high school this year, it’s going to be a harder challenge living up to 2016 (if you didn’t know, the school year in Australia starts late January to early February). So with that in mind, here are my bookish goals for 2017!

1. Post quality content at least once a week.

This may be a simple goal, but I did have trouble doing it these past few months, but as I keep saying, going to try and change that.

2. Make some blogging friends.

This one is going to be hard for me, as while it’s easier to interact with everyone and post nice comments, I’m incredibly super awkward at forming friendships online as I’m super scared to actually talk to people (but if you talk to me, I promise I won’t bite!). I know this community is super duper awesome and supportive so I know it shouldn’t be as hard as I make it out to be.

3. Interact more!

While I said that interacting with you guys such as commenting, or liking or whatever it is is easier to do, I still want to be more immersed in this community than I already am, and so I hope to do more of that this year as well. In this, I also want to make my blog posts more interesting for you guys to read, because that is ultimately the purpose of a blog and how the blogger says their mind.

Now for other booksish/reading goals!.

1. Read 75 books this year!

For 2016, my reading goal was 50, but I did start in May, giving me less time to achieve it. I would go for the 100, but with school and my busy life, I’m going to go in between.

2. Read more diversely.

Going back into the book world after a while, I read a lot of popular books that I have missed out on, and while I am no where near fully caught up, I’ve noticed that not too many are very diverse and I want to read more of that as well.

3. Stop using books to procrastinate

I don’t know how many times I did that last year and I feel like my luck has ran out when it comes to getting things done at the last minute so I need to at least reduce the amount of times that I do that.

So yeah that’s about it. These are among other new years resolutions such as eat healthier and get fitter (I actually need to get fit because I’m going on a trip around this time next year…wish me luck hahahaha).

But what are some of your goals for 2017?



Books I’m thankful for

And here we are again with a Hype or Like Firday Post! Since it’s a new month, we are reading a new book. The book for this month is Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake.

Image result for three dark crowns bookHype or Like Friday is a weekly meme hosted on Goodreads (Link) by Jillian, Larkin and Britt. The topic for this week is:

Books I’m thankful for (Think- books you can’t live without)

The first book (or rather, set of books) on my list are of course the Harry Potter books. These were the first ‘real’ books that I read – I was about 8 when I first started reading them. It really opened the world of reading for me, plus, who doesn’t like Harry Potter?

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The next book on my list is Black Beauty by Anna Sewell . I got this for my birthday around the ages of 8-10 and I really loved it. It showed me a bad side of us humans, and hit me rather emotionally at such as young age. It’s a classic that I will always have in my heart, thats for sure.

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Last, but definitely not the least is the Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan (or really anything by Rick Riordan). The characters in these series are all very different and unique in their own way, and it proves that it doesn’t matter who you are, but what you do with your life that counts.

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And that’s it. I know it’s a pretty short list, but I’ve read a lot of good books, and I can’t put them all on here (because that will go for ages). But, I do want to say that I am thankful that we have books to read and availible to us, because there are many that don’t know the love of reading books because they don’t have money, or haven’t been taught to read.

What books are you thankful for?

Gemina Review by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff


Image result for geminaDate Published: October 16 2016

Publisher:  Knopf Books for Young Readers

Length: 659 (hardcover)

Source: won in a giveaway (arc)

Links: Goodreads | BookDepository


Moving to a space station at the edge of the galaxy was always going to be the death of Hanna’s social life. Nobody said it might actually get her killed.

The saga that began with Illuminae continues on board the space station Heimdall, where two new characters will confront the next wave of BeiTech’s assault. Hanna is the station captain’s pampered daughter, Nik the reluctant member of a notorious crime family. But while the pair are struggling with the realities of life aboard the galaxy’s most boring space station, little do they know that Kady Grant and the Hypatia are headed right toward Heimdall, carrying news of the Kerenza invasion.

When an elite BeiTech team invades the station, Hanna and Nik are thrown together to defend their home. But alien predators are picking off the station residents one by one, and a malfunction in the station’s wormhole means the space-time continuum may be ripped in two before dinner. Soon Hanna and Nik aren’t just fighting for their own survival. The fate of everyone on the Hypatia—and possibly the known universe—is in their hands.

But relax. They’ve totally got this. They hope.

DISCLAIMER: this is a sequel to Illuminae and therefore there may be spoilers from that book. Read at your own risk.

My Review:

Like its predeccesor, I really really loved this book. This series has a uniqueness that can’t be rivaled with, and I just love it.

I was kinda bummed however that the main characters we focus on are not the beloved Kady Grant and Ezra Mason, but Hanna and Nik are just as good and interesting to read about, and I grew to like them too. But fear not! We still see Kady, Ezra and even A.I.D.A.N and when they do make an appearance, it is awesome!

This book jumps right in from the beginning. I for the most part was on the edge of my seat while reading it even though its quite a long book. Along with the usual formats of the text used in Illuminae, Gemina adds a couple other different ones which also fit the overall reading experience.

On that topic, like Illuminae, the reading experience is very unique and just awesome. Paired with the different format of the book, there is snark, humour and a couple pop culture references to make it even better (they made a Star Trek reference and that bumped my liking of the book from like 100 to 500). Like any good book, it plays with your emotions and you will find yourself laughing, crying, scared, relieved and so on. This will also make you hate Beitech even more than you did in the last book, but what’s new?

I quickly mentioned the characters before, but I’ll talk a bit more about them. Like Kady and Ezra, Hanna and Nik keep you entertained the whole time. There are other side characters that I also loved reading about, namely Ella (she’s super awesome) and a couple others. Let’s just say that Hanna’s and Nik’s relationship dynamic is definitely not boring, especially when there is Hanna’s boyfriend in the picture (I don’t consider this a spoiler, you learn about it in like the first few pages).

It’s obvious what I’m going to rate it and I really can’t wait for the sequel. Like Illuminae, it leaves you hanging and unlike last time, I have to wait a year before the next one comes out #booknerdproblems.

It’s definitely a 5/5 stars, and if you haven’t already picked it up – what are you waiting for!?

October Wrap Up and TBR

I can’t believe it’s already November! Like where has the year gone? Anyways, I think this has been a good month for me reading wise, but not blogging wise…

Honestly, I was tempted to post that I was going on hiatus, but then I had all this free time on my hands (its currently a long weekend, because we got Melbourne Cup here) and I’ve been able to schedule posts until I’m out of exams, so that’s good at least 🙂

Books I read:

  • Carry On by Rainbow Rowell (Oct 10)
  • Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs (Oct 16)
  • Cinder by Marissa Meyer (Oct 18)
  • Scarlet by Marissa Meyer (Oct20)
  • Cress by Marissa Meyer (Oct 23)
  • Fairest by Marissa Meyer (Oct 25)
  • Winter by Marissa Meyer (Oct 29)
  • Stars Above also by Marissa Meyer (Oct 30)

I can proudly say that I have achieved my TBR from last month, despite me being really busy (let’s just say I’m a huge procrastinator, and probably shouldn’t have started them when I have an important task due the next day). It also helped that I pretty much binge read the Lunar Chronicles, which were amazing by the way.

Books I recieved:

  • Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs
  • Cinder by Marissa Meyer
  • Snow like Ashes by Sarah Raasch
  • Ice like Fire by Sarah Raasch
  • Frost like Night by Sarah Raash

I actually got a bit of a book haul here, but basically, I’m really excited to read the Snow like Ashes series (which I have already started).

November TBR:

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I don’t think I’m going to get through much this month, so I’m just hoping to get through this trilogy and the Hype or Like Friday book of the month, which is Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake, which I’m really excited to read actually.