In January 2023, I read a grand total of 9 books. Check out my post to see which ones I loved!
Never Ever Getting Back Together Author: Sophie Gonzales Pages: 372 Genre: YA Romance Published: 5th January 2023 Rating: 5 Stars Synopsis: Romance, revenge, and reality TV. The new queer YA rom-com from Sophie Gonzales, bestselling author of Only Mostly Devastated. Eighteen-year-old Maya dumped her cheating ex-boyfriend Jordy two years ago. So, when she receives a… Continue reading Never Ever Getting Back Together Book Review
Hey everyone! It's Top Ten Tuesday time again!! I can't believe January is going so quickly this year. It feels way too soon for it be the fourth week of January. Top Ten Tuesday is hosed by That Artsy Reader. This week's topic is new-to-me authors I discovered in 2022. I think I discovered quite a few new authors last year so hopefully this prompt will be an easy one!
You can't go wrong with a witchy book! There's magic, usually morally grey characters and I especially love the ones with romance! I thought I'd recommend some of my favourites, in the hopes that you'll share some of yours too! I'm in desperate need of more. The SWEEP series Kingdom of the Wicked Trilogy All… Continue reading Witchy Book Recommendations
Wow. This book blew me away. The concept, the execution, it was amazing! I couldn't get enough of it and never wanted to stop reading. Sil Sarrah works for Syntex and has a supercomputer inside her head. This computer allows her to go into the heads of field agents and commandeer their mind from afar to lead them to safety. She has not lost a single life in the ten years she's been doing it. The only thing is, the supercomputer inside her head is slowly deteriorating and she only has about a year left before it will take her with it. Her computer glitches during a mission, which sets off a turn of events she could never have predicted. After failing a critical mission, she is forced to run and prove that she is not a traitor to the people she has worked for for the last ten years.
Hey everyone! Welcome back to WWW Wednesday, which is hosted by Taking On a World of Worlds. I've managed to do a bit more reading and am now a week and a half into my new job! I'm going to slowly try and work my way through arcs until I'm all caught up and can read some of my physical tbr! The Three W’s are: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next?
Welcome back to another Top Ten Tuesday, which is hosted by That Artsy Reader! This week's topic is bookish goals for 2023! I have already done a goals for 2023 post, which you can read here. Not all of them were strictly book related, so this post is going to be all about what I read in 2023!
I'm back with another book tag! I was tagged in this by Hundreds and Thousands of Books and I'm looking forward to completing these prompts and learning about historical LGBTQ+ icons at the same time! The LGBTQ+ Historical Icons book tag was created by The Corner of Laura!
What a conclusion! This was such a great way to end the duology and I have to say despite rereading the first book, some things occurred that I didn't see coming until we were almost there! The characters go through so much in All of Our Demise, and by the end, some of them don't resemble who they were at the beginning of All of Us Villains. All these characters have morally grey traits, which make their individual perspectives so fascinating to read, as we get to understand their thought process and why they're doing what they're doing.
Hey everyone, welcome to another book tag! I am actually in a book club with my friends (although we don't always read the chosen book)! I was tagged in this in January (oops) by Michaela @Journey into Books so I'm glad I'm finally getting to it now! This seems like a fun tag where I get to assign a personality to a book!