TBR Thursday is rapidly becoming my favorite weekly post. This meme was started by Bionic Book Worm. If you aren’t following her yet, well, you really should be. Not only does she do great reviews and bookish posts, she’s an all-around lovely person. All book summaries are courtesy of Goodreads.
I read The Wrath and the Dawn for the first time in anticipation of Flame in the Mist's release, but I really wish I hadn't -- I couldn't help but compare the two. I did enjoy this book -- it has a well-constructed world filled with interesting men and women and a hint of magic. But where The Wrath and the Dawn drew me in instantly, Flame in the Mist was a little more slow to start.
Happy Friday, book lovers! I didn't do a weekly wrap-up last week because it conflicted with my monthly round-up, so this will cover the past two weeks. Aren't you guys lucky? Here we go!
I saw this book and fell in love with its gorgeous cover. As someone looking to fill the diversity gap in her fantasy reading, The Wrath and the Dawn was the perfect departure from the ordinary.
Happy bank holiday weekend, UK readers! We seem to get a lot of those at this time of year. It has been awhile since I updated (although there was a brief update here), so here’s how my past two weeks have gone:
I’ve been pretty busy week with wrapping up loose ends at work and packing, because I leave for New York today! By the time this publishes, I'll nearly be at the airport. There’s not much to report this week in terms of reading, but let’s get to it anyway. Books I read: Strange the Dreamer … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up #7
This week has flown by, possibly because we had Monday off. Here’s a breakdown of my week in books! Books Books I read A Darker Shade of Magic by V. E. Schwab The Wrath and the Dawn by Renée Ahdieh A Darker Shade of Magic was the innagural choice for the new book club I’m … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up #6
May TBR: my strategy for reading down my physical books and advance reader copies.