It’s already January 9 of 2017 when I realized that I haven’t posted my December Wrap-up. So hello fellow bookworms! Here is my late wrap-up for the last month of 2016. I managed to read 6 books in the month of December. Sadly, I only reviewed 3 books here on my blog so I’ll probably do a brief review of the other books in this wrap-up as well.
Let’s get into the books!
THREE DARK CROWNS by Kendare Blake
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
Brief thoughts: I have a love and hate relationship with this book. I hate most of it but I think the last chapter would make you anticipate the next book because it is a cliffhanger and there is a plot twist. However, it is not a good first book in my opinion.
In-depth review: Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake
KIMA by A.H. Amin
Rating: 3.25 out of 5 stars
Brief thoughts: I really like the vibes and the potential of this book. However, the shift in the points of view of the characters is confusing at times.
In-depth review: Kima by A.H. Amin
HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER’S STONE by J.K. Rowling
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Brief thoughts: I am finally reading this series. J.K. Rowling truly writes the wizarding world perfectly like she’s been there and it was real. I have watched the movies but here is another book that proves the saying that the book is better than the movie.
LOT NO. 249 by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Brief thoughts: Just when you think Doyle’s ability cannot get any better, he proves you wrong. This book is a change of scene from Holmes and Watson. The main character in the story does not really stuck with me; however, the plot of this book is kinda creepy which is fitted for a Halloween reads.
THE PRINCESS SAVES HERSELF IN THIS ONE by Amanda Lovelace
Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
Brief thoughts: Call me old fashion but I’m not really a fan of poetries like this. Yes, the thoughts and the issues that the author writes in this book is deep but I am just not a fan of this kind.
THE THOUSANDTH FLOOR by Katharine McGee
Rating 5 out of 5 stars
Brief thoughts: I just love this book. I don’t care about the hate that the book is getting right now. I have never enjoyed a book as much since I fell into a slump. The characters are easy to love and it feels like you are one of the. Plus, I love the concept of the tower that Ms. McGee has created. It is a future that you wanted to be in for once, unlike the dystopian world.
In-depth review: The Thousandth Floor by Katharine McGee
Will probably do my wrap-up in this format for 2017. Thank you for reading up until this point!
Till next time!