April Reading Wrap-Up

Hello everyone!

I can’t actually believe it but April is already over and it’s time for another wrap-up. I feel like the year is just flying by but between uni, reading and finding time for family and friends, I don’t exactly have time to be bored so maybe that’s why I just feel like time’s running through my fingers at the moment. But back to the topic of this blog post. April was a pretty good reading month for me and even though I read a few books I didn’t enjoy too much, I also read a few that I absolutely loved. In total I managed to read 11 books with a total of about 4,000 pages and on average I gave them 3.55 stars.

(To find out more about each book, click on the corresponding picture!)

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Forever, Interrupted by Taylor Jenkins Reid // four stars

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I’ve never really been big on listening to audiobooks simply because it’s super expensive to buy them and for me, audible isn’t an option either because I’m just not willing to pay $9.99 a month for a credit I can spend on a single audiobook. But back in March I discovered scribd.com where I pay $8.99 a month and get unlimited access to audiobooks, eBooks, documents, magazines and music sheets and it helped me fall back in love with audiobooks. They’ve now become an important part of my everyday life and I’m always listening to an audiobook when walking my dog or doing chores.

“Forever, Interrupted” was one of the first audiobooks I listened to this month and I really enjoyed it. It’s a heartbreaking story because it’s about a woman who got married to her boyfriend after they’d only been together for a couple of months and who loses him in a car accident only 10 days after their wedding. It’s about how she’s coping with his death and about the problems she has to face because not even his family knew about her. But it’s also about how they first met and got to know each other and those parts made me smile a lot. So like I said, I really liked this book but I read her other book “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” earlier this year which was still a bit better which is why I gave “Forever, Interrupted” a four out of five stars.  

 

Obsidio by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff // five stars 

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I’d been so excited for this book and had already preordered it back in November and it was definitely worth the wait. “Obsidio” was absolutely amazing and probably my favorite part of this trilogy. I’m still absolutely in love with the format of these books and this novel was once again an absolute page turner. I was hooked from beginning till end and really hope Kaufman and Kristoff will release more books in this format in the future. There is absolutely no way I could’ve given “Obsidio” less than five stars!

 

The Thief by Megan Whalen Turner // two stars

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Unfortunately, “The Thief” was one of my least favorite books I read this month and I even DNF’d it at about 80% read. I listened to the audiobook of it while walking my dog but this book was just incredibly boring. I felt like nothing much was happening and I kept losing interest the further I got into the novel. But not everything about it was bad which is why I ended up giving it two stars instead of only giving it a single one. I did like Megan Whalen Turner’s writing style and the first chapter of the book was actually pretty good and made me excited for the rest of the novel. Furthermore, I also think the main character, the thief, seemed like a character that would have had potential and could’ve been great if the plot had just been better.

 

Letter from Birmingham Jail by Martin Luther King Jr. // four stars

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This story was super interesting, important and so powerful, it’s an absolute must-read. Furthermore, this book only costs round about $2, so I highly recommend you get yourself a copy of it right away!

 

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling // five stars

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I’m still doing my 2018 Harry Potter reread and in April it was time to read the fourth book. I have to admit that I didn’t even remember how amazing this book is but it was so much fun to once again read about the quidditch world cup, the triwizard tournament and all the other things that happen in this novel. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is easily one of my favorite parts of this series and now that I’ve reread it, I’m even more excited to continue with the next book.

 

Leah on the Offbeat by Becky Albertalli // five stars

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My copy of “Leah on the Offbeat” arrived a day early and I was so excited for it, I immediately dived into it and finished it in less than a day. And it was so, so good! It was so much fun to once again meet all the characters we’d already gotten to know in “Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda” and just like all her other books, this one was super cute and made me smile a lot.

 

We Were Liars by E. Lockhart // two stars

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“We Were Liars” was another book I unfortunately didn’t enjoy as much as I hoped I would. The first 75% of this novel were super boring and I was quickly annoyed by the fact that the main character was just constantly complaining about how hard life is if you come from a family that is super rich. So I switched to the audiobook after having read the first 50 pages but unfortunately, that didn’t really help either and so I forced myself to finish it because it was a pretty short novel and because I’d been told that the ending would get better. Which was true, the ending was definitely more interesting than the beginning and the plot twist at the end even surprised me a little which is why I still gave “We Were Liars” a two out of five stars.

 

Berühre mich. Nicht. by Laura Kneidl // three stars

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{So far, this book has only been published in German and is not yet available in English!}

The sequel to this book came out back in January of this year and so many German book bloggers were raving about this series online, so I knew that I’d have to read them at some point. That’s why I was even happier when I found both this book and its sequel at the library a few days ago and just took them home with me. Unfortunately, I have to admit that I don’t really understand the hype that surrounds this book and thought it was an okay read but it definitely wasn’t amazing. The first half of it was really slow, I didn’t feel connected with any of the characters and the premise of the book is the same as the premise of 80% of NA novels you can find out there. Fortunately, the second half of “Berühre mich. Nicht.” was a lot better and I actually really started enjoying this novel which is why I still gave it a three out of five stars.

 

Verliere mich. Nicht. by Laura Kneidl // four stars

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{So far, this book has only been published in German and is not yet available in English!}

Right after reading “Berühre mich. Nicht”, I of course had to read its sequel “Verliere mich. Nicht.” and I actually liked this one a lot better than the first book in the series. I immediately got into the story and felt connected to the characters which I think was simply due to the fact that I already knew them from the first book. A few parts of this novel dragged on a little but except for that, this was a great book which I gave a four out of five stars to.

 

Nowhere Else But Here (ARC) by Rachel Cotton // three stars

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Ink Road was kind enough to send me an ARC of this book earlier this month and I definitely enjoyed reading it even though it had its flaws. I had a bit of a problem with the beginning of the book and it also took me some time to warm up to the characters. Nevertheless, I think it was a well-written debut novel, especially considering that the author is only 17 years old, and so I decided to give it a three out of five stars.

Click here to check out my full review of the book!

 

Professed by Nicola Rendell // two stars

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The 11thand last book I read this month was “Professed” by Nicola Rendell which unfortunately, was another book I had to DNF. This time, I got to the 73% mark and ultimately, had to put it down because it just wasn’t for me. The first half of the novel was actually really entertaining, and I pretty much flew through it. But once I’d read about 60% of it, the story just became super boring and once the male main character thought it would be a good idea to pimp their sex life by introducing ropes and other stuff, I finally put the book down because that’s just absolutely not my cup of tea. But like I said, the first half of it was entertaining and so I still gave the book a two out of five stars.

How many books did you manage to read in April and which one was your favorite? 🙂

 

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November Wrap-Up

Happy December!

Another month is over and we’ve entered the last month of this year which is crazy since I feel like 2017 has only just started. But this also means that it’s time for my last wrap-up of the year because my December wrap-up probably won’t be posted until early January 2018. Even though I had to start prepping for finals this month, I still managed to read 8 books in November which I’m extremely happy about. The 8 books had a total of 2,884 pages and on average I gave them 3.88 stars.

If you want to know more about any of the books, just click on the corresponding book cover.

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The Book Thief by Markus Zusak // 5 stars

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The first book I read last month was “The Book Thief” by Markus Zusak which is a book I’d been meaning to read for several years now. I immediately fell in love with this novel and think everyone should read it at least once in their life. The plot is incredibly interesting, it’s very well written and it even made me cry. There’s no way I could’ve ever given this book less than 5 stars.

Animal Farm by George Orwell // 3 stars

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Another book that had been on my TBR for several years was “Animal Farm” and I’m so happy I managed to read it this month. I didn’t fall in love with this book but I definitely liked it. The plot was interesting and it was very well written. But I just feel like I’d never reread this book which is why I only gave it 3 stars.

One Perfect Summer by Paige Toon // 2.5 stars

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If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you probably already know that I love reading Paige Toon’s books. Based on some of my ratings of her book, you probably wouldn’t think I enjoy them, but I definitely do. I even loved “One Perfect Summer” despite only giving it 2.5 stars. Her books are always such quick reads and overall I really enjoy reading them. I just once again felt like parts of the book were way too slow and the ending was too short. Furthermore, the plot was a little unrealistic which is why I only gave this 2.5 stars. But it was just what I needed when I read it which is why I still loved it despite the low rating.

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald // 5 stars

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When I was in 11th grade, we went to the movies and watched “The Great Gatsby”. I loved it and knew that I still wanted to read the book but I just kept forgetting about it. Earlier in November though, 4 years after I’d seen the movie, I found the DVD at the library, took it home with me and immediately grabbed the book from my shelf to read it before rewatching the movie and I’m so happy I did it. The book was amazing and so incredibly entertaining. I definitely liked it even more than I liked the movie.

Meet Cute: Some people are destined to meet by various authors // 5 stars

34203859This was definitely one of the most adorable books I’ve ever read and I’m still so happy I was sent an arc of this. This anthology includes 14 stories about first meetings and many of the short stories feature lgbtq+ characters which I think is amazing. My  favorite story was definitely story 9 by … and I’d recommend this anthology to anyone who loves reading young adult romance books.

Click here to read my full review! ‘Meet Cute’ will be published on January 2nd, 2018.

Trust Again by Mona Kasten // 4 stars

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Back in September I was sent an ARC of ‘Begin Again’, the first book in this trilogy by Mona Kasten. I had actually planned on waiting for the other two books to be translated into English but when I saw ‘Trust Again’ and ‘Feel Again’ at the library earlier in November, I spontaneously decided to take them home with me. When I read the English version of the first book in this series, I was really struggling with her writing style and I just wanted to see if I liked it better when reading the original German versions of the books. Unfortunately, I didn’t and I’m still not the biggest fan of her writing but I nevertheless really enjoyed ‘Trust Again’ because it was such a quick and entertaining read.

Feel Again by Mona Kasten // 4 stars

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While reading ‘Feel Again’ I was once again struggling with Kasten’s writing style. But just like ‘Trust Again’, this book was so incredibly entertaining and I literally flew through it. I also think that the protagonists in this book were probably my favorite ones of the series and I highly recommend you read this trilogy once the second and the third book have also been translated into English.

Busted by Gina Ciocca // 4 stars

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The last book I read in November was another ARC and I’m so happy this was sent to me because I really enjoyed reading it. ‘Busted’ is a beautiful young adult romance novel which is very well written and features some lovely characters.

Click here to check out my full review! ‘Busted’ will be published on January 2nd, 2018.

How many books did you manage to read in November and which one was your favorite? 🙂

October Wrap-Up

Hello everyone and happy November!

October is over and it’s once again time for another monthly wrap-up. Even though I had a lot of things to take care of for college, I managed to read 8 books which I’m really happy about. The 8 books I read had a total of 3,070 pages and on average I gave them 3.125 stars. I even found two books I immediately fell in love with but unfortunately, I also read two books that I only gave 1 star to.

If you want to know more about any of the books, just click on the corresponding picture.

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Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn // 3 stars

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The first book I read in October was ‘Gone Girl’ by Gillian Flynn. It’s a book I’d been meaning to read for several years now and I definitely enjoyed it. I immediately fell in love with Gillian Flynn’s writing style and will make sure to check out some of her other books in the future. Unfortunately, I also had a very hard time getting into the novel and think that the plot was a little predictable.

Click here to read my full review!

 

Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover // 5 stars

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So far, I’ve really enjoyed most of Colleen Hoover’s books and ‘Maybe Someday’ was the last of her “main novels” that I hadn’t read yet. So I decided to finally pick it up at the beginning of October and I immediately fell in love with it. It’s definitely one of my favorite CoHo novels and for once, there was literally nothing that bothered me somehow. I loved the characters and just like all her other books, it was an incredibly quick read.

 

With a Twist by Staci Hart // 3 stars

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‘With a Twist’ is another one of the eBooks I found for free on Amazon and it was a very quick read. Unfortunately, the first half of the book was a little slow and I’m also not the biggest fan of the author’s writing style which is why I only gave this 3 out of 5 stars.

 

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs // 1 star

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Even though this book is extremely popular and a lot of people have enjoyed it, this is the first book I decided to give only 1 star to last month and it’s also been my first DNF in over a year. I wanted to read some spooky books in October and thought this one would be a perfect choice but instead I ended up hating this book. It was boring and the main character was an arrogant and ungrateful child. I managed to get halfway through the book but then decided to give up on it because I just knew that forcing myself through the rest of it, wouldn’t make things any better.

Click here to read my full review!

 

History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera // 4 stars

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This is such beautiful book and if I had to describe it in a single word, I’d just call it “real”. I absolutely love Adam Silvera’s writing style and can’t wait to check out his other books.

 

Love, in english by Karina Halle // 3 stars

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I really love Karina Halle’s books because they’re usually such quick reads. Unfortunately, this book was a little slow but I still loved the characters and enjoyed reading it.

 

Caraval by Stephanie Garber // 5 stars

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Out of all the books I read this month, Caraval was definitely my favorite. It was interesting, incredibly well written and such a quick read. I literally can’t wait for “Legendary” to be published and I’m already counting down the days!

 

Without Merit by Colleen Hoover // 1 star

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Even though I loved ‘Maybe Someday’, my feelings about ‘Without Merit’ are the complete opposite. This book was an absolute mess and it’s definitely my least favorite book of October. I just don’t get why this was even published and why so many people are giving this 5 stars. There are so many things in this book that are just annoying, badly done or utterly frustrating but I don’t want to spoil anything by going into more detail right now.

Click here to read my full review! (INCLUDES SPOILERS!!!)

How many books did you manage to read in October and which one was your favorite? 🙂

 

 

 

September Wrap-Up

Hello everybody,

September is over and it’s once again time for a monthly wrap-up. I hope you had a great month and got a lot of reading done! In September I managed to read 12 books with a total of 4,453 pages and on average I gave them 3.75 stars. I’m very happy with that but I also went back to uni this month, so the last few wrap-ups of this year will probably be a little shorter!

If you want to read the synopsis of any of the books, just click on the corresponding picture.

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Johnny Be Good by Paige Toon // 3 stars

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The first book I read in September was ‘Johnny Be Good’ by Paige Toon. She’s slowly but surely becoming one of my favorite authors because all her books are just such quick and enjoyable reads. Unfortunately, this was my least favorite of her books I’ve read so far but I still enjoyed it. There were just a couple of things that bothered me. The book was very slow around the middle and there are a couple of scenes that could’ve just been taken out of it. The plot was also quite predictable and the female main character was way too annoying and naive for my liking.

Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover // 5 stars

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Since I felt like a reading slump was heading my way, I then decided to reread one of my favorite new adult romance books, ‘Ugly Love’. I absolutely adore this book and loved it just as much as I did when I read it for the first time. I finished it within a few days and it definitely prevented me from getting into a reading slump.

Click here to read my full review!

Binge by Tyler Oakley // 4 stars

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I usually don’t read books by youtubers but I found this one at a second-hand book store for a few bucks and just had to check it out. I absolutely used to love watching Tyler Oakley’s videos and even though I’m not really interested in what he’s uploading at the moment, I still think he has a great character which really reflected in this book. In it he shares stories about his life and some of them were incredibly hilarious. This book was really entertaining and overall, I have to say that this is actually a youtuber book that is worth buying (as long as you have seen his videos before).

Pictures of Lily by Paige Toon // 4 stars

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Like I’ve said before, Paige Toon is slowly becoming one of my favorite authors and towards the middle of the month, I once again felt in the mood for an entertaining and quick romance read. Since Toon often mentions characters from earlier books in her novels, I decided to read them in the order in which they were published and ‘Pictures of Lily’ was next on the list. I really enjoyed this book and read it within only two days. There weren’t any major things that bothered me about it, I only wish the ending would’ve been a little longer and we would’ve gotten to read more about Lily and the man she chose in the end.

Begin Again by Mona Kasten // 4 stars

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Begin Again was the first ARC I read this month and I was super excited for it. I’d already heard a lot of good things in advance because this is a book that was originally published in German and has finally been translated into English. I really enjoyed ‘Begin Again’ and it was such a quick read! I loved the characters but unfortunately had a little bit of a problem with the writing style. I think there was still some room for improvement but this one was one of the first novels she’s ever published, so I’m sure she’ll get better and better with every additional book she’ll publish in the future.

Click here to read my full review! ‘Begin Again’ will be published on October 10th.

Fraternize by Rachel van Dyken // 4 stars

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I decided to read another one of my ARCs right after the last one and definitely didn’t regret my decision. This was also a very quick read and I absolutely loved the story. Unlike ‘Begin Again’ this book was extremely well written, but Rachel van Dyken has already published a lot of books and you could clearly see that. The characters were great and overall it was very entertaining read. I’ll definitely check out its sequel once it comes out.

Click here to read my full review! ‘Fraternize’ was published on September 12th.

Girl Online Going Solo by Zoe Sugg // 4 stars

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It’s been a year since I’ve read the first two books in this series and even though I didn’t completely fall in love with the first two books, I still wanted to finish the series. At the beginning of the month I then found a copy of it at a used book store and just took it as a sign that I had to immediately read it. Just like the first two parts, this book was a very quick and fun read. I read it within a day and even though there were some things that really bothered me, I’m still glad I decided to finish this series and think it was a good conclusion to it.

If you want to know more about the things that bothered me (and what I enjoyed), click here to read my full review!

Been Here All Along by Sandy Hall // 3 stars

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I was looking for another quick read and stumbled upon this book on my sister’s bookshelf which only has a little more than 200 pages. I managed to read it within a few hours and it ended up being a really cute story that I definitely enjoyed. The only thing that bothered me was that it was extremely predictable. After the first 50 pages I already knew how the book would end.

Dream a Little Dream by Kerstin Gier // 4 stars

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The ‘Silber Trilogy’ is a series I’ve been meaning to read for several years now but that I always kept forgetting about. I absolutely loved the ‘Gem Trilogy’ by Kerstin Gier and was really hoping this series would just be as good as her other one. I really enjoyed the first book in this trilogy, but after finishing it I already knew that I probably wouldn’t enjoy it as much as her other trilogy. I did like the idea of the book and also fell in love with some of the characters but it kind of bothered me how similar the main character was to the one from the ‘Gem Trilogy’ and that it felt a little like she was a copy of her.

Dream On by Kerstin Gier // 4 stars

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‘Dream On’ is the second part in the ‘Silber Trilogy’ and I enjoyed it just as much as I enjoyed the first one. It was once again a very quick read and this time I also started to really connect to the characters! I was really glad I actually decided to continue this series and was excited to see how it would end.

Just Dreaming by Kerstin Gier // 2 stars

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‘Just Dreaming’ is the third and last part of this trilogy but unfortunately, it was my least favorite part of the series. I had a whole list of things I was hoping would happen in this book but none of them did. Instead, the first 90% of this book were incredibly boring and I would’ve definitely put the book down if i hadn’t enjoyed the beginning of this trilogy. That’s why i decided to give the novel 2 stars! 1 star for the last 10% of the book, which were really interesting and gripping, and the other star for some of the characters that I’d fallen in love with while reading the books.

The Hanging Girl by Eileen Cook // 4 stars

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‘The Hanging Girl’ is the third ARC I read this month and my first ‘scary read’ of the year. It was the first one of  Eileen Cook’s books I’ve read and I immediately fell in love with her writing style. I also really enjoyed the book itself and the story just kept me at the edge of my seat. There were some amazing plot twists in it and I literally didn’t see any of them coming. Overall, I loved the book but was a little disappointed by the characters since they felt a little flat and I didn’t connect with any of them. Still, this is the perfect book if you’re looking for a good YA mystery thriller.

Click here to read my full review! ‘The Hanging Girl’ will be published on October 3rd.

How many books did you manage to read in September and which of them was your favorite? 🙂

August Wrap-Up

Hey everybody!

August is over which means that it’s time for my August wrap-up. It was my last full month of summer break and I managed to read 10 books with a total of almost 3.5k pages and on average I gave them 3.65 stars. I’m really happy with that and also found a couple of books I really, really liked. If you want to read the synopsis of any of the books, just click on the corresponding picture.

I hope you will enjoy this blog post!

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Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo // 5 Stars

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The first book I read in August was ‘Six of Crows’ by Leigh Bardugo which I absolutely fell in love with. It was a really gripping read and I literally flew through it because it was so good. SoC was also the first of Leigh Bardugo’s books I read and I immediately fell in love with her writing style!

Click here to read my full review of the book!

Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo // 4.5 Stars

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After finishing SoC, I had to immediately read the conclusion to this amazing duology and really loved it as well. It was a great read and just as well written as the first part. The only problem I had with CK was that it took me a little to get into it at first but the rest of it was absolutely great.

Click here to read my full review of the book!

The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han // 2.5 Stars

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‘The Summer I Turned Pretty’ was a cute and quick read. Unfortunately though, I just didn’t like the main character and overall felt like I was a little too old for this book.

Click here to read my full review of the book!

Chasing Daisy by Paige Toon // 4 Stars

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‘Chasing Daisy’ is a book I was really excited for and it definitely didn’t dissappoint me. I love Formula One and was absolutely thrilled when I found out that one of my favorite authors has written a book set in the Formula One ‘circus’. It was a great book and the perfect novel to read by the pool or at the beach.

Click here to read my full review of the book! 

A Darker Shade of Sorcery by William Collins // 2.5 Stars

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William Collins was kind enough to send me a copy of his book earlier this month and I was very intrigued by the synopsis of ‘A Darker Shade of Sorcery’. But even though I really liked the idea of the book and think it has a lot of potential, there were many things that bothered me and spoiled my reading experience.

Click here to read my full review of the book!

Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo // 5 Stars

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‘Wonder Woman: Warbringer’ was one of my most anticipated releases of this year and the fact that I somehow got my copy 10 days before publication only made me even more excited for it. This was definitely one of the best books I’ve read this year so far and I completely fell in love with it. It was so well written and featured amazing female characters that kicked butt! Such an amazing read!

Click here to read my full review of the book!

Her Book Boyfriend by K. R. Grace // 4 Stars

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The publisher of this book was kind enough to send me an arc of it earlier this month and I really enjoyed ‘Her Book Boyfriend’. It is a great and quick read that you can get lost in for a couple of hours and it’s definitely a perfect book for bookworms!

Click here to read my full review of the book!

Dear Delilah by Tamsyn Bester // 1 Star

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‘Dear Delilah’ is another arc I received earlier this month and I was very intrigued by its synopsis. Unfortunately though, I just absolutely didn’t enjoy this book. It was badly written and also had a very boring plot. If I hadn’t received an arc, I would’ve definitely DNFd it.

Click here to read my full review of the book!

Slammed by Colleen Hoover // 5 Stars

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I absolutely love Colleen Hoover and ‘Slammed’ was one of the last few of her books that I hadn’t read yet. I really enjoyed the book and it’s definitely one of my favorite books I read this month. It made me laugh and cry and then absolutely broke my heart.

Click here to read my full review of the book!

Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon // 3 Stars

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‘Everything, Everything’ is a book that had been standing on my shelves for several months now but I just kept forgetting about the fact that I still hadn’t read it. I really enjoyed the first 70% of the book and think it was a cute and very quick read. I just didn’t like the ending of the book because I just think it was a little unrealistic.

Click here to read my full review of the book! (THIS REVIEW INCLUDES SPOILERS!)

How many books did you manage to read in August and which of them was your favorite? 🙂