Hello everyone! This month is shaping up to be an amazing book month. I am currently reading Redeployment by Phil Klay. So far it is a really hard read, not because of the writing but because it is a very personal book and it brings back so many memories. It is a book that makes you relive the smells and you can actually feel the sand again. But it is an amazing book and anyone that has never served in the military, it is a very realistic view of war. I have been 5 times, so I know if a book is true or not. I am also currently reading Dorothy Must Die, by Danielle Paige. So far so good.
Later my lovelies!
OMG!!!! I loved this book! I loved the fact that these were actually adults with real problems, not your typical "my parents and friends don't understand me" problems, but true problems that cannot be solved in a single chapter. I loved how they met, that their love story was realistic and it was not instalove which I truly hate. Andrew was totally SWOON!!! I loved Cam, she was completely relatable and not a pushover or a wallflower or a Mary Sue. I loved how real she was, I was not a fan of Natalie. I know girls like her and I just cannot stand her. I loved this book and cannot wait to read "The Edge Of Always."
If you have not read this book, either head to your bookstore and buy a copy, or download it ASAP!!!
Hello everyone! Today was an amazing boyfriend came home with a bag full of ARC's (he works at a bookstore.) The books that I receives are:
Uninvited, Sophie Jordan
The Other Language, Francesca Marciano
Starling, Fiona Paul
To All The Boys I've Loved Before, Jenny Han
I don't Know What You Know Me From, Judy Greer
Love Letters To The Dead, Ava Dellaira
The School Of Good and Evil A World Without Princes, Soman Chainani
Salvage, Alexandra Duncan
The Inventor's Secret, Andrea Cremer
The Ring and Crown, Melissa De La Cruz
The Bacheorette Chapters, Vicki Marie Stolsen
Alex's Wake, Martin Goldsmith
The Word Exchange, Alena Graedon
Roomies, Sara Zarr
The Here And Now, Ann Brashares
Dear Killer, Katherine Ewell
Precious Thing, Colette McBeth
The Midnight Witch, Paula Brackston
The Divorce Papers, Susan Rieger
Battle of the Beasts, Chris Columbus
Faking Normal, Courtney C. Stevens
The Lonesome Young, Lucy Conners
Sea of Shadows, Kelley Armstrong
Be Safe I Love You, Cara Hoffman
Psychos, Babe Walker
The Geography of You And Me, Jennifer E. Smith
These were all the physical books that I received today. I am not a huge fan of physical books, but I greatly appreciate them. I have a huge weekend of reading to get through.
I received 2 emails today, one from Amazon and another from Barnes and Noble. I received notice that my settlement came in and I have over $800.00 to spend on books. So I bought quite a few books so far, and a few pre-orders. Here they go.
Talented, Sophie Davies
Sylo, Storm, D.J. Mchale
Project Paper The Rules, Stacey Kaye
The Shadow Prince, Stacey O'Neal
Half Bad, Sally Green
Panic, Lauren Oliver
Nice Girl to Love, Violet Duke
The Kingdom of Little Wounds, Susann Cokal
Cassidy Lane, Maria Murnane
The Flight of Silvers, Daniel Price
The Circle, The Fire, Sara B. Elfgren
Isla and the Happily Ever After, Stephanie Perkins
Dorothy Must Die, Danielle Paige
Royally Lost, Angie Stanton
A Paris Apartment, Michelle Gable
Disarm, June Gray
Since You've Been Gone, Morgan Matson
Landline, Rainbow Rowell
Party Girl, Rachel Hollis
Never Google Heartbreak, Emma Garcia
Dreams of God's and Monsters, Laini Taylor
Those were all the books that I got on my iPad, and am stocked for reading. I also bought a few journals because I really need them and some gifts for some friends.
I am finishing reading The Edge of Never, then will be starting Psychos. Have a good weekend everyone and I will be posting my reviews on my Goodreads account.