• July Wrap Up and August TBR

    In the past, I’ve never done any monthly wrap ups or TBRs (To Be Read) and instead have done a general post on all the books I read in the year, and while I’m still planning to do that, I thought doing these monthly ones would be fun too. So, in July I read eleven books. I also started another (Crime and Punishment) but put it down. The beginning was intriguing but I haven’t felt compelled to continue, though I may pick it up again in the future. Anyways, here are all the books I read this past month. The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton I gave this 3.5/5 stars, I…

  • Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag

    Since it’s around the middle of the year, I’ve decided to do the Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag. This tag focuses on all the books you read in the first half of the year. So far this year, I have read 64 books surpassing my goal of 45. You can see more about my reading challenge here if you’re interested. Best Book You’ve Read So Far in 2020 This was the hardest question of this tag because I’ve read so many amazing books, but I decided to just pick three that I haven’t mentioned previously (Here is my last post on some recent reads where I mention two other favorites of…

  • The Wicker King by K. Ancrum

    This is a spoiler free review of The Wicker King by K. Ancrum, a standalone physiological thriller with fantasy elements. I gave this book 5/5 stars and I absolutely loved it! Plot  “And they’ll crescendo like beacons to the farthest reaches. With every new breath of life that forms in a world of darkness that came at the price of your hands and your mind.” The Wicker King follows best friends and high school seniors, August Bateman and Jack Rossi. Jack has a hallucinatory disorder that causes him to have visions of a fantastical kingdom in place of their own town. August, trying to help Jack as best as he…

  • Willful Machines By Tim Florence

    This is a spoiler free review of Willful Machines by Tim Florence, a standalone science fiction novel. I gave this book a 4/5 stars and for the most part, a really enjoyed it. Plot  “‘The real question isn’t whether 2B’s are alive,’ she said. ‘It’s whether humans are anything  more than machines.'”  Set in the near future, this book follows Lee Fisher, the closeted son of the United States President as he navigates his life at the elite boarding school Inverness Prep. His already tricky life gets a lot more complicated when Charlotte, an artificial human whose been terrorizing America begins attacks on Lee’s school. Now, Lee realizes that he is Charlotte’s next target, and the people he thought he could trust, may be working against…

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