Here we go! First new, new books in a while. Or at least relatively new. Today is probably going to be a lot of reviews. Not going to lie. Fair warning. I have a lot of books to cover and content to get through. Plus with next month and the month after for dragons. I’m going to have copious amounts of reviews. January is probably going to be a down month for reading numbers if we are being honest.
First Poetry review in weeks. Look at how this is going! This review is really short. I suppose that has a lot to do with the fact that I don’t have much to say on this collection. It was good, but I didn’t connect that well to these poems. Regardless, lets go.
Here we go! The first of the series reviews that are coming to you soon! So many, so… so many.
Customary warning: This is a reminder that these are my personal opinions. My thoughts and feelings are not your thoughts and feelings. I may not always be the target audience for a book; sometimes I am. If I do not like a book, that doesn’t mean you’ll dislike it. If I love a book or simply like a book, you may hate it. Take everything I say with this knowledge. If it sounds interesting to you despite what I’ve said, then go ahead and read it. You’ll only know you like something if you read it yourself.
The official last book of the Wolves of Mercy Falls. Ultimately it was the best one for me, and it wasn’t even a part of the main series. It’s probably because we got a completely different mood for the book, which I did like. Regardless let’s dive in!
Not all things can be perfect, I suppose. This is one of those things. The book was great, but sadly the copy I own is not the right coloring for the series and it is going to drive me up a wall. Send help, or a proper copy of the white cover version of this series. Thanks.
Last of the books that are published for this series. There is a sixth that comes out some time this year. I have no idea when that will be, and a part of me does not want to ask. This was my favorite of the five books that I read for this series, and I don’t want it to end. Please.
With this book review, and Queenslayer, we will be completed (almost) with September or late reviews in general. I have a lot of new books that I plan to read. They are all being read this month, which then is good in some ways. It means that I’ll have reviews at least all through November, leading us to December! And Dragons. I may hold off on posting some of them if we get to December and they aren’t all out. IDK, I’ll see. We’ll see. Regardless, let’s go!
I got through so many series. The fact that remains hilarious is that most of these were read in August or before. October is going to be, probably 3 or more reviews a week as I try to catch back up? I’m actually not sure. I don’t like being so far behind on reviews, although I do know that it is better to have a queue. Whatever.
Last post for the day, read almost two months after the first two books. Expect books 4 & 5 next week. The series review will not come out until book 6 comes out, which is like December. Soooo January? And then I’ll be trying to complete all the books that I already own, so there is that. Anyway! Review time!
This is the second book in this series and if the third book is anything like this one, I am looking forward to this series review. This series is going to be split into two weeks of reviews like Wicked. The first three books this week and the last two, plus the series review, next week. Here is the second book!