Happy New Year, everyone! 2019 was a great bookish year for me, and I closed it out by reading a load of great books (partially due to all the reading I did over the Christmas break). I read a total of 109 books in 2019 -- check out what my final reads were, as well as the books I hauled in the last month of the year.
I read Age of Assassins this summer and absolutely loved it — that book also led me to Barker’s latest book in a new series, The Bone Ships. I picked up Blood of Assassins the other month and while I didn’t love it as much as the previous book, I thought it was a fantastic sequel.
Welcome to my stop on the Muse of Nightmares blog tour! To celebrate the paperback release, I’m bringing you a review of this gorgeous fantasy novel. Judging by my overwhelming love of Strange the Dreamer, it’s no surprise that I absolutely adored the concluding book in Laini Taylor’s latest duology. Take a look at my thoughts below, and don’t forget to check out the other stops on the tour!
Happy Friday! You guys may have noticed I haven’t been around much this week -- I haven’t posted a single thing since last Friday. Life has been getting in the way, particularly with the holidays coming up. I did a lot of reading this week, even though it initially may not look like it.
So I’ve been seeing this Twitter thing going around in which you tweet one bookish opinion per like your tweet gets. I have a LOT of opinions and 140 characters is just too short, so I thought I’d ask you guys to join in on the fun!
I posted my May reading round-up yesterday, and now I’ve got my sights set on June. I loved every book I read in May, so I’m hoping to keep the streak alive.
Every reader is unique; we all have different methods of tracking, handling, and choosing the books we read. Here are some of the quirks I’ve developed as a lifelong reader: