The Book Of Blood And Shadow by Robbin Wasserman. So far this book has a real funky feel to it and I really like that. It’s witty, clever and the protagonist is a bit of a geeky misfit who is awed by her acceptance into a good looking group.
Oh and they also like old books. Heck yes.
Broken Angels by Harambee K. Grey-Sun was… interesting. I’ll be frank, I struggled to finish reading this. When I first started reading my ARC copy from NetGalley, I was like “Ooh, a new semi-dystopian/different world sort of book!”. Wrong. Kind of.
I’m gonna do a review of the book but I’m just trying to wrap my head around it. It isn’t that I disliked it, but that it made no sense and I fell asleep in it. There. Now you know the truth.
Cliff Of The Ruin by Bonnie McKernan. Another honesty moment here: I got suckered into doing a review of this one before I had a review policy up. Since then I’ve developed one but I will keep up with the previous commitments I made before the policy. The book looks good but the cover… *shudders*.
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