I do the Adventure Book Tag
I had quite a productive month this September, so let's see what I read and what I thought of them...
I really enjoyed this book as I felt that it was nice to see Celaena at the height of her fame and reputation.
OMG! I love this book so much, it was hard to put it down to get to sleep late at night. In the end, I read it within 24 hours of buying it.
In this satirical exaggeration of our world, it is interesting to see what a ten-year-old prediction of our future is like compared to our real world.
I have a fairly long list of books to hopefully read this month as I have two series that I would like to read
We return to the modern day, and to a disappointing book. If there is a plot in this book, it has escaped my notice.
I was very impressed with the premise of this book, an American writer writing about the UK is quite unusual, and I am a fan of the Victorian era.
The second book in the mortal instruments series sadly suffers from middle book syndrome. It is not as good as the first book, the plot is lacking, and the new characters are boring.
I was pleasantly surprised by this book, having not enjoyed it the first time I read it I did not enjoy it. Several years later, I decided to give it another go and enjoyed it massively.
I haven't read as many books as I was hoping to this month, although I still have a week to go, let's see what I have read so far...
Admittedly, I am a sucker for dystopian, especially YA dystopian trilogies, so this was already off to a good start. It did however pleasantly surprise me...
I know that I am late to the party, but I was in two minds as to whether or not to do this, but here I am.
I really enjoyed the world in which this book was set. I thought the idea of Dæmons and what they said about the characters was really interesting and unique.
I loved this book so much. It is such an interesting blend of sci-fi and dystopian that I don't think I've seen before...
I loved this book so much, it has such an interesting plot and concept. I loved the way that it is split into parts and each one is a different version of the same story so that you never know what is the truth, even at the end.