Yes, I’m behind. But it was well worth the wait! Where’s the next?!
Pierce Brown, I’m gonna need you to write more books, plzkthxbai.
Oh, and your use of “Bye Felicia” was spectacular.
A hamster in a Captain America-esque uniform. What more could you want?!
Yes, that is the title of the book. Fun read.
Gorgeous illustrations. Very interesting story. Can’t wait to see where this series goes!
Excellent, excellent, excellent. And yes, I sobbed.
If I hadn’t seen the recent miniseries with Aidan Turner (omnomnom), I would have been beyond confused. Wow.
Any good reads in March?
Some things from February!
Stars Over Sunset Boulevard– Susan Meissner
I Am Abraham Lincoln– Brad Meltzer
I love these books! If you haven’t read them, you must!
Binge– Tyler Oakley
Both humorous and heart-wrenching.
Me Before You– Jojo Moyes
I UGLY SOBBED THROUGH THE LAST THREE CHAPTERS OF THIS!!!
So, of course, I now have the sequel to read.
The Forgotten Room- Karen White, Beatriz Williams, Lauren Willig
Three authors, three characters, one great book.
The Dungeoneers- John David Anderson
Fun read. Can’t wait for the next one!
How did your February reading go?
Before we hit January’s review, Abby posted on her blog about the YES WE CRAB! reading challenge for February.
Set reading goal for February and check in on Twitter with #yeswecrab. I’m going for 10 books this month!
And now, some books!
Illuminae- Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
Unusual format, but easier to follow than I anticipate. AND IT’S AWESOME!
Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg-
Irin Carmon and Shana Knizhnik
RBG is awesome. That is all.
The War That Saved My Life- Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
OHMIGOD MY HEART! Beautiful book, just beautiful.
Echo- Pam Muñoz Ryan
Love her books. Four stories expertly woven together.
The Trilogy of Two- Juman Malouf
I had high expectations for this. I was highly disappointed.
The Trouble In Me- Jack Gantos
This book broke my heart.
On that happy note, what did you read in January?
It’s that time of year! Here are my favorites from 2015:
What were your favorites from 2015?
Busy reading month. December could be interesting!
Tricky Twenty-Two- Janet Evanovich
I aspire to be Grandma Mazur when I grow up.
The Grimm Conclusion– Adam Gidwitz
The End. I need another one.
The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom and The Hero’s Guide to Storming the Castle– Christopher Healy
These are a HOOT! I have the third one right now.
The Princess, The Scoundrel, and The Farm Boy– Alexandra Bracken
The first in a retelling of the Star Wars Trilogy. Give these to all of your fans in preparation for The Force Awakens.
The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime– Ree Drummond
I love Ree. Her cookbooks are GORGEOUS.
A little late with this one. Here we go!
Retelling of Snow White from the Wicked Queen’s POV. Heartbreaking.
THIS WOMAN IS ABOUT TO KILL ME WITH HER CLIFFHANGERS!!!!
Final in the trilogy. Not too shabby, but took a while to get into.
I need the next one, plzkthx.
GAHH!!! Thankfully I had the next one waiting for me!
And now I’m caught up and playing the series waiting game….
Meh, was ok (sorry Neil).
Great read on how Title IX came to be. Give it a go!
Anyone else have some good October reads?
I had a great reading month in August. I enjoyed everything I read, not one single dud in the bunch!
The Taming of the Queen– Philippa Gregory
Love Philippa Gregory. Great to get some perspective from Kateryn Parr.
Thirteen Reasons Why– Jay Asher
Finally was in an appropriate headspace for this. Absolutely fantastic and should be required reading for all high school students.
Ms. Marvel, v.2: Generation Why?– G. Willow Wilson
So happy my teen librarian has purchased these for our library! This one has Wolverine!!!
The Book of Speculation– Erica Swyler
Fantastic debut novel. Impossible to put down. Very eerie.
The Queen of the Tearling
– Erika Johansen
Great main character. Can’t wait to read the next in this trilogy.
The Iron Trial– Holly Black and Cassandra Clare
If this book does not draw you in after reading the prologue, we can’t be friends.