(or happy holiday to those who don`t celebrate Halloween)
Trick or Treat?
Today I have a very Halloweeny wrap up! Ha ha. I tricked you! I actually don`t have a Halloweeny wrap up because non of the books I read are scary. Let me tell you something, I`m am an absolute chicken towards horror or thrillers, I can`t read them and I probably won`t ever read them.
Anyway the books that I mention today are the books I read in September and October. Recently I been finding myself reading less because of the amount time I have to read. The only time I have to read is before I go to bed and lets be honest that this isn`t the best time because I normally find myself finding it hard to put the book down.
The lovely September books:
Queen of Shadows by Sarah J. Maas– Now surprisingly I really enjoyed this book and I just find that the books get better and better. I feel like something big is going to happen in the next book.
How to be Bad– Sadly I didn`t enjoy this book as I wanted to. If I`m completely honest the main reason why I wanted to read this book is because I wanted to read a road trip book but I couldn`t get my hands on Amy and Rodger`s Epic Detor. One of the main problem I had with this book was I couldn`t connect with any of the characters and they were just a bit boring me. I know that my friend enjoyed this book so maybe you might enjoy it.
The Assassin`s Blade by Sarah J. Maas- I finally read this book and it is amazing as they say. I would really recommend reading this book but reading if after you read Throne of Glass because right now I am torn between Sam and Rowan. This novella gave me a great insight into the life of Selaena before the salt mines and it made me feel for her even more.
Magisterium: The Iron Trials by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare-This was a reread to read the second book in the series. You can read my review here.
Magisterium: The Copper Gauntlet by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare- Since I enjoyed the first book in the series, I had a lot of expectations in this book. Initially I thought a lot of things was going to happen in this book and we would get to see a lot of action, however I was disappointed. This book isn`t really plot based and there was only one major event that happened, for the size of the book it isn`t surprising, but I just hoped to a lot more from Callum.
Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo- I will be doing a review of this book, but in short I surprisingly liked this book. At first I was very confused on what was happening, there too many characters being introduced and the story was told in third person. However I persevered and I finally understood what was going on. Now I need to stop talking, or typing, before this becomes a review.
A little update
At the moment I am finding it quite hard to post often and be active, so I have come up with a schedule that I hope I will stick with.
On Tuesday and Wednesday I will post some memes, such as TTT (Top Ten Tuesday) and T5W (Top 5 Wednesday), these won`t be every week because sometimes I can`t find the time and the motivation to do one when I have an endless pile of homework to do.
On Thursday I will post book reviews! I will try to post book reviews every week because I love writing reviews as it helps me reflect on the book and it will enable me to remember the book more. Therefore you should look out for reviews on Thursdays.
I know that some of you won`t be bothered about my blog schedule but I just need to post it out there so that I will actually make blog posts.
Thank you for reading and happy reading.