A Halloweeny Wrap Up and Update

Happy Halloween!

(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:

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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.

On the weekend the posts will just be about what I thinking about books for example I recently did a post on over hyped booksthe post will fit into my bookish tea time category.

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.


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