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A grief-stricken world void of colour and laughter. Stories that seem legendary, but were real eighteen years ago. A girl taking the chance she never realised she wanted. All of this – and more – you’ll find in State of Sorrow, and I guarantee you it’s worth the read.
Continue reading State of Sorrow by Melinda Salisbury | Fantasy, politics, and a whole lot of grief
February has been and almost gone, and for once this month felt like it lasted ages. Normally the months flash by without a pause, but looking back today and seeing which books I read, it actually seems like a lifetime ago when I read the books at the beginning of the month.
Anyway, as usual with these wrap ups, I’ll be sharing the books I’ve read, what I’m currently reading, a list of posts uploaded this month, and a life in general updates section.
This is going to be a long post, so get comfy and enjoy!
Continue reading February Wrap Up
I got a lot of books this month. A LOT.
But it was my birthday, so I guess it’s excusable?
But I’m not even sorry. My reading material is sorted for a few months now so I’m happy. Plus I’ve been really wanting most of these books for months now, so…yeah.
This post will be long enough on it’s own, so I won’t ramble any longer.
This will be in three sections: books I got before my birthday, ON my birthday, and after.
Let’s jump right in!
Continue reading February Book Haul! (It’s a big one)
*All my reviews are spoiler free*
So, here’s me thinking I would have to wait ages to get this book. Only to find out my local Waterstones were selling early copies! And my lovely boyfriend very kindly bought me a copy after seeing how excited I got 😀 So I had to read it straight away, and started it the very next day.
I finished this book on Wednesday, so here’s my review…
Let’s talk about The Sleeping Prince!
Title: The Sleeping Prince
Author: Melinda Salisbury
Series Status: The 2nd book in the Sin-Eater’s Daughter series
Number of Pages: 367
My Rating: 4.5/5 stars!
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Now that it’s nearing the end of the year, I’ve decided to make a post about my top 10 most anticipated releases of 2016. Some of these don’t yet have specific date, or even a cover/title. But I know they’re on their way, and I’m eagerly waiting their arrival.
(Note: I got all release dates from Amazon or Goodreads)
Continue reading Top 10 anticipated releases of 2016
I was tagged by Belle Infini and BOOKS AND OTHER MIRACLES to do this tag, so thank you! 😀
1. Find a book for each of your initials.
Well, my initials are AJW, so here we go…
A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas/ Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte/ Winter by Marissa Meyer. I don’t actually own Winter yet, but all the other options had boring covers and I think I’ll be getting it at Christmas so close enough, right? Also Jane Eyre turned out to be the only book I own beginning with J. I had to scavenge for it.
2. Count your age along your bookshelf. What book is it?
Continue reading My Life in Books tag!