That’s basically how I get 90% of my reading done these days. I used to have a cat in my lap, and now it’s a snuggly baby…and also cats.
I’ve read some really good books, lately, and I love finding tons more via this linkup. It’s one of my favorite times of the month.
I was crazy about this one and it was such a disturbing book. I couldn’t put it down. I don’t know how else to describe it except that it was weird and creepy, and you should read it and see what you think.
This thriller took me a bit to get into, but flew along once I did. It was set in the UK, which can sometimes throw me with police terms, but not at all this time. I’m interested to see where the series leads, since we got a pretty good backstory in this one.
I didn’t realize when I started that it was a few short stories instead of a novel. It was a fast read and enjoyable. The character seemed a little inconsistent at times, but it was easy accept that and get into the quick little stories.
I’m not sure what genre to qualify this as. Adult fiction but not sexy? It was a very short read and I felt kinda ‘eh’ about it, because I didn’t identify with any of the characters and the story didn’t grab me. I felt like the ending was a little too dramatic compared to the rest of the story.
I’ve heard about this series for a while and I’m glad I finally checked it out. I love the world and the relationships between the characters. There was a bit that was slow (hint: I hate journeys), but the rest was really good.
It’s hard to pick which I enjoyed more between books 1 and 2, because they take place in totally different lands with almost all different characters. That said, I actually liked the fresh start and all the new characters of Fire. This one had a bit more of an emotional story and writing, although it didn’t make me cry. Once I adjusted to all the new creatures and settings in this book, I loved it.
My top picks were The Roanoke Girls and the Graceling series – you should check them out if no others.
I’m linking up today with Steph and Jana today for Show Us Your Books. You can follow me here on Goodreads.