Really and truly. There’s my reading for university which involves 3-4 books a week (I don’t usually manage to get it done in time though sigh), there’s essay deadlines, there’s my dissertation, there’s all the books I need to read for my dissertation, there’s the
I’ve been suffering from blogger’s block this summer. Reading, reviewing, blogging… My motivation is feeble at best. So to help get inspired, I’ve decided to take part in a few memes. Starting with Top Ten Tuesday, held over at The Broke and the Bookish. Disclosure:
It took me a while to finally sit down and write this review for multiple reasons. I’m an impatient person you see. I’d rather read (or watch) an entire series in one go, than wait around for the next book (or episode) to be released.
I’m so happy to say that I loved reading Incubus! After reading Thrall earlier this year I wasn’t sure what to expect from the sequel. Luckily for me, the plot was mysterious and absolutely thrilling.
The Luthier’s Apprentice is short and sweet. The writing is snappy and the plot is action packed. But despite all of this, The Luthier’s Apprentice isn’t very memorable. The plot is predictable so there isn’t much suspense or thrill whilst reading. Fortunately since it’s well written and a fairly quick read, it’s easy to set these issues aside and get absorbed in the moment.
I expected some of the heartbreak that came whilst reading The Vagrants. But I honestly didn’t expect to feel so much empathy for the characters. Their stories are tremendously moving. The Vagrants is one of those books that never really leaves you. I definitely recommend it if you’re looking for something with depth to read.
Book Review Unfortunately A Long Way Down wasn’t my cup of tea. It’s interesting and sometimes thought provoking but unfortunately it’s also a very slow read. A Long Way Down is also a relatively thin book, but I still found myself taking a long time