HELLO MY DEAR FRIENDS~~~! Did you miss me? Well, I surely miss my spare time haha! But I’m currently in my exam week (just finished a massive exam actually), and I thought what the heck not write a blog post about what I’m gonna read after exams are over? So here we are! I mean, I can use this for a break as well as keep my eyes on the positive things in life.
First of all, I really gotta catch up on my reviewing… I love publishers and (I assume) they like me enough to send me lots of books that I’m dying to read! I’ll dish them out now and you can tell me if you have read these too!!! (they are not in order btw, but just some books that I really do want to read:
- Thunderhead by Neal Shusterman
Ok, I’ve been wanting to read this as soon as I finished Scythe (book 1 of the series). Scythe was so original, an an absolute pleasure to read and I love the Continue reading “Semester Break TBR + Update”
Books I wanna read before the end of the year? This is the tough question I’ve been asking myself. You see, med school this semester is CRAZY – I’ve got 4 modules: neuroscience, pharmacology, gastrointestinal medicine and psychology/human development (see? it’s overloaded) – so I don’t even know if I’ll HAVE time to read books other than the ones I have to review. So yeah – I’ll let you know in this short post about the 10 books I’d read before the end of the year! (the books are listed in no particular order, and are subject to change but who knows haha!)
1. The Love Interest
I got sent a copy of this from Pan MacMillan (thank you!!!), and I am so pumped to read it! It’s by an Australian (Brisbane born) author, so I just HAD to check this one out – its Goodreads synopsis can be found here! I am pretty sure it was a YA book choice for BOTM club two months back or something. But anyways, it’s about spies (handsome spies), competing for their “mission” and gosh, it’s a LGBTI novel too so I’m even MORE excited to get started with this one! I heard it’s super funny at the start too!
This is a very hyped book, I’ve heard mainly good things about this fantasy novel – which is good news! It’s about a girl
with without storm magic (I think), and I heard that it’s got some pretty cool badass world building and angsty warriors (I made that last part up, don’t trust me on this). Again, I got sent this from Pan MacMillan so look out for my review soon! Synopsis can be viewed here.
3. Strange the Dreamer
After being confronted by multiple individuals, I’ve decided to give Strange the Dreamer a go. However, I had an unfortunate mishap with Book Depository – my first copy had a printing fault (rip) and was missing all the pages prior to page 27 – I mean one cannot properly start a book without the first 26 pages right? Anyways, my replacement copy just arrived yesterday and I’ll do my best and push it up my TBR so I can finally experience the magic of this book!
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Saw this awesome tag on Mae’s blog – I decided to give it a go because it seems so much fun! I tag all of you that wants to do this tag! Let’s go!
1. BEST BOOK YOU’VE READ SO FAR IN 2017
Oooh, this is a hard one! I’ll go with Brigid Kemmerer’s Letters to the Lost!!!! I’ve been talking non-stop to all my bookish and non-bookish friends and oh my – I highly recommend it to y’all! My spoiler-free review can be viewed on here.
2. YOUR FAVOURITE SEQUEL OF 2017
Lord of Shadows by Cassandra Clare. I mean the book gave me so many feels and actual heartache. I would have written a review but nah I couldn’t do it because it’ll just be me banging the keyboard incoherently with the caps lock on (the whole time).
3. A NEW RELEASE YOU HAVEN’T READ BUT WANT TO
Wintersong, probably. People won’t stop talking about it – so I’ll have to read it and see for myself hehe!
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In a blink of an eye – BAM – April is gone. For readers – great – because it’s finally May and the wait for ACOWAR is over!!! (But for uni students – not so great – because exams are fast approaching and for someone who procrastinates too much for her own good – it’s definitely not ideal.) BUT HEY ON THE GOOD SIDE: IT’S MAY WHICH MEANS THERE WILL BE SO MANY NEW RELEASES! Oh and this wrap-up will be short and sweet 🙂
This month I’ve read (click on the link to read my review!):
- Rebel of the Sands (⭐️⭐️⭐️)
- Genius: the game (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️)
- Defy the Stars (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️)
- 13 Reasons Why (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️)
- Avenged: Ruined 2 (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️)
- The Kiss of Deception (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️)
- The Last of August (⭐️⭐️⭐️)
- Duels and Deception (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️)
I’m actually SO proud of myself for reading a total of 8 eights (tbh it doesn’t feel like it) – especially with uni and med school and life going on. (But honestly though, how the heck did I manage this??? I’m like truly shocked? (Zero sarcasm there) I had like 3 assignments due this month??? Anyways I guess I have to make it up in May)
Books I bought for myself this month:
- Daughter of Smoke and Bone (I’m so excited to start this omg)
- Unite Me (WARNER TRASH HERE)
- The Chemist (the hardback was like 16 bucks so I simply had to ok)
Books I received/ won from publishers:
- Avenged: Ruined 2
- Genius: the game
- The Blood Miracles
- Defy the Stars
- Stalking Jack the Ripper
- Girl in Between
- A Kiss from Mrs Fitzgerald
- Wonderful Feels Like This
Books I’m MOST excited about that will be released in May:
- Lord of Shadows
- A Court of Wings and Ruin
- The Crown’s Fate
- The Love Interest
- The Traitor’s Kiss
And that’s a wrap everyone! How many books did you read this month? What did you think of them? What books are you most excited about in May? All the best for your reading next month! xx
Hello and welcome to my new blog! The first week of semester break has officially started and I’ve finally finished reading Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare (and no I’m not okay, and more about that later). So now that I have all the free time, here’s what I hope to finish reading during the break:
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