This is the first wrap up post I’ve done! I’m sure there’s going to be plenty more to come ❤
So this month I finished 7 books, all with reviews up on my blog.
Instead of rambling on, let’s just get straight into this!
Ink and Bone – rated 2//5
I wasn’t really too impressed by this book. There was a lot of hype for it, and all the reviews I had read were good…but I just couldn’t get into it.
I’m pretty sure fans of Rachel Caine will enjoy it, but for me, no.
Illuminae – rated 4.5//5
I’ve been trying to get into SciFi more, and when I saw how this book was formatted, I HAD to pick it up. I loved it!
Cress – rated 4.5//5
Another book that I loved! Since the release of Winter (the 4th book in this series) happened recently, I thought it was about time I read this.
Shadow and Bone -rated 4//5
Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo has been catching my eye for a while now, but since everybody is saying that it’s better than the Grisha trilogy, I wanted to give the Grisha trilogy a go first.
Shatter Me – rated 4//5
I read this purely because Tahereh Mafi seems like such a nice person and I wanted to see her work. But I adore how she writes and describes things!
The Left Hand of God – DID NOT FINISH
I went into this thinking it was going to be a medieval fantasy type book. It sort of was…but just…no.
The book was based on this religious following that would be very strict with it’s ways. There was a huge amount of unnecessary violence, and it became disturbing very quickly. I just wasn’t enjoying it and was forcing myself to read, causing myself to go into a reading slump, so I decided (as much as I hate it) to put the book down and not finish it.
I believe I got to page 179 of 500.
Half Blood – rated 3.5//5
I’ve owned this book for over a year now, so it was about time I read it. It was a fun and easy read, and I’m sure I’ll continue with the series, as well as try out more of her books.
Five Seven Five – rated 4//5
I was sent this book in exchange for an honest review, and I’m so glad it was because I loved it!
As well as the books I read this month, I edited and extended 2 more reviews for the purpose of this blog:
The Knife of never Letting Go – read in August and rated 4//5
I read this book because most of my favourite booktubers adore it, and although I didn’t absolutely love it, I did enjoy it a lot.
The Queen of the Tearling – read in September and rated 4.5//5
I loved this one because it had a different take on fantasy, where there was a mix of politics within. I was afraid this would be boring, but it wasn’t at all!
There were plenty of other posts throughout November, so go and check them out if you haven’t already!
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