Yay tags! It’s been a few months since my last. And this one seemed especially appropriate because of last week’s 2017 checkup post. Special thanks to Shouni @ Through the Book Portal for tagging me! If you’re not reading her blog, you’re definitely not doing life right. So go check her out. But first, the tag.
BEST BOOKS YOU’VE READ SO FAR IN 2017?
BEST SEQUEL OF 2017 SO FAR
The third in the A Court of Thorns and Roses series: A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas, no question.
First and foremost, it’s the only sequel I’ve read thus far.
Second, it’s Sarah J. Maas and I adore her.
And third, there was so much depth to every character in this book and so many surprises.
All around, one of my favorite reads so far. And definitely my favorite sequel.
NEW RELEASE YOU HAVEN’T READ YET, BUT YOU WANT TO
Can I cheat? I’m going to cheat because I have three for this question.
Almost a month ago now, I had the pleasure of meeting Renée Ahdieh and Julie Murphy at the RT Booklover’s Convention which was held in Atlanta this year. Both of them were absolutely amazing people. It was an amazing convention and I’m working on getting some amazing pictures of the books I picked up so I can write a post about it.
Regardless, both of them were amazing and they told me about their up coming books and I fell in love. I already love Ahdieh because of The Wrath and the Dawn (which I loved). And I think I’m going to like Flame in the Mist even more. Although I’ve had Dumplin’ by Julie Murphy on my list for a while, I’m definitely more interested in reading Ramona Blue.
To Catch A Killer by Sheryl Scarborough hasn’t been on my TBR for very long but the premise sounds amazing. Basically a girl trying to find her mother and her biology teacher’s killer. Sounds pretty interesting, if you ask me. Continue reading “Tag: Mid Year Book Freak Out”