December Reading List

ALRIGHT! Let’s start this count down off right! Heads up NOW. I am posting on post every hour to the start of the new year. If you want to unfollow me, do it now. I know most people will not see this until it is too late but I’m giving you fair warning.

Here is what I read in December

Books

Bound by a Dragon by Linda K. Hopkins

Pursued by a Dragon by Linda K. Hopkins

Loved by a Dragon by Linda K. Hopkins

Dance with a Dragon by Linda K. Hopkins

Forever a Dragon by Linda K. Hopkins

Dune by Frank Herbert

Broken Throne by Victoria Aveyard

The Book of Dragons (Compilation)

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab

Collections and Poetry

None

Webnovels

I was way too lazy to keep track of the numbers for these. Just know that if it’s here. I’m either caught up to the most recent chapter or DONE

Glory [e-sports]

The Return of the King

It’s Easy to Take Care of a Live-in Hero!

RPG

The Icy Hero is Yearning for Love

Nurturing the Hero to Avoid Death

Forced to Marry the Enemy Prince

Reborn into a Slash Game

Those Years in Quest of Honor Mine

The Wife is First

The E-Sport’s Circle Toxic Assembly Camp

Back to the Apocalypse

2013 (Doomsday)

Manga

LOL forgot to track

Full Read

None


I read like nothing on my actual book list because I went into those webnovels and did not look back. LOL. That right there is a couple hundred chapters that I read for those. It was a lot of work. Thanks for asking.

Alright! Let’s keep this party going! More coming at you soon!

MM


4 thoughts on “December Reading List

    1. The book is composed of many small stories which I really liked. There was also, extra content explaining the world and journal excerpts. It reminds me a lot of Cruel Crown, in terms of the size of the stories. To be honest, I did not like all of the stories in the compilation, which has more to do with the characters who were the focus of the stories, than the stories themselves. Despite this, I did have a lot of fun and enjoyed the majority of it. There were parts from the past and future that were not explored within the main story, that I particularly enjoyed. In general, I liked it (save like maybe one story maybe two, in a compilation of many).

      If you are looking for a continuous story, this is not that book. However, if you are looking for additional content that can expand on the whole of the world, I do recommend it. If you want a bit more closure to Cal and Mare, I recommend it.

      Good Luck!

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