Mid-Challenge favorites!

I recently finished 25 books, which means I am now halfway done with my Goodreads reading challenge! To be honest I am very impressed with people who have already completed their reading challenge. Some of you even read more than 50 books already! Nevertheless, I’m still excited that I have come this far with my reading, because last year I didn’t even come close to this number.. And to celebrate that I have decided to dedicate a blog post to my ten favorites of the year! Queen of Air and Darkness What can I say, I love all Cassandra Clare’s…

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My most anticipated August releases

Can you believe it’s already August? Summer is almost at its end for most people. Luckily there are a couple of great releases coming out this month, so there is absolutely no reason to be sad! Vow of Thieves by Mary E. Pearson – 6 August I read Dance of Thieves the day it came out, because I also loved The Remnant Chronicles, and the result is that I hardly remember anything from the book. I guess I’ll have to do a re-read before Vow of Thieves comes out! Nevertheless, I’m uber excited about this book! Goodreads blurb below: Kazi…

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July wrap up

It’s time for another wrap up post! I think I actually set a new record for myself. I read eight books this month, and normally I struggle to read three. I even read a bigger book of 800 pages! There was also definitely a theme to my reading… Four books were science fiction! Ash Princess – Laura Sebastian ★★★☆☆ I started the month with Ash Princess. I got the book at my local library. Our YA section is actually really well stocked, so that’s really exciting! The prompt seemed really interesting to me, and I was entertained throughout most of…

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My bookish quirks

I think we all have them.. strange little habits when reading or dealing with books. Recently I’ve seen more and more bookish confessions on Twitter and Instagram, and it prompted me to think of my own weird quirks regarding books and reading. So here it is, a full post dedicated to me being weird. I hope you enjoy! 1. Putting a book away when it gets too intense I’m sure a lot of people actually do this, but every time a book gets really intense, I have to put it down and do something else. Usually this happens when a…

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The books that made me ugly cry. Now with gifs

So by now you’ll all know that I love reading fantasy and science fiction novels best. Unfortunately, I believe these books also have the highest mortality rates in the fiction world… Me, and undoubtedly countless of others, get uber attached to characters, and when something happens to our babies you can count on us sobbing our eyes out. I thought it would be fun to relive those heartbreaking moments by putting together this list of books that made me cry the most. WARNING! This post will contain spoilers about:– The Mistborn Trilogy– King’s Cage– A Storm of Swords– Empire of…

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