Hello fellow bookworms. Happy Monday! Another week passed by and I feel like I have done nothing, not even blogging. But it’s okay, it’s fine to slow down a little (well that’s what I tell myself).
I have not been reading much lately, I don’t know if it’s because of my reread of The Hunger Games trilogy or I am just lazy this week. On the good side, I managed to finish a book and managed to start another without finishing my current reads.🤣
I will not make this intro too long, but let’s get into the book!
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Books are my escape to the real world. Contemporary books are too close to the reality that I found myself shying away from them. When I read a book, especially a good one, I feel like I was transported to whatever world the book has opened up for me. I was part of the magic, the chaos, and the politics. For this reason, fantasy has been my go-to genre ever since I’ve become a reader.
I was not tagged by anyone but after seeing this Get to Know the Fantasy Reader Tag from Sammie of The Book Wyrm’s Den I know I have to do it.
So I will keep this intro short and get into the tag.
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RATING: 🌕🌕🌕🌕🌑(4/5 moons)
First Published: April 1925
“He had intended, probably, to take what he could and go – but now he found that he had committed himself to the following of a grail.”
Narrator Nick Carraway tells the story of his neighbour Jay Gatsby, whose parties at his Long Island mansion are as lavish as his past is mysterious. Yet Gatsby cares only for one of his guests: his lost love Daisy Buchanan, now married and living across the bay. In Fitzgerald’s hands, this deceptively simple story becomes a near-perfect work of art, told in hauntingly beautiful prose.
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RATING: 🌕🌕🌕🌕🌖 (4.75/5 moons)
Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark
Published: January 10, 2017
“Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.”
A literary page-turner about a beloved college professor accused of murdering his entire family, and one small-town cop’s dangerous search for answers.
Thomas Huston, a beloved professor and bestselling author, is something of a local hero in the small Pennsylvania college town where he lives and teaches. So when Huston’s wife and children are found brutally murdered in their home, the community reacts with shock and anger. Huston has also mysteriously disappeared, and suddenly, the town celebrity is suspect number one.
Sergeant Ryan DeMarco has secrets of his own, but he can’t believe that a man he admired, a man he had considered a friend, could be capable of such a crime. Hoping to glean clues about Huston’s mind-set, DeMarco delves into the professor’s notes on his novel-in-progress. Soon, DeMarco doesn’t know who to trust—and the more he uncovers about Huston’s secret life, the more treacherous his search becomes.
Continue reading “Two Days Gone by Randall Silvis”
Hello fellow bookworms and book lovers. I’m so thrilled when Sourcebooks contacted me to join this blog tour because I’m excited to share with you the book that would surely hook a lot of mystery/thriller fan and would intrigue other readers who are not a fan of such genre!
This tour would not only introduce you to the new book of Randall Silvis but you would have a chance to win the book itself! 3 lucky winners could win the book. Check out the details below.
I’m currently re-reading the first book in the series before reading the second book Walking The Bones which was release last January 26, 2018. But before giving you a glimpse of the second book, below is the synopsis of the first book.
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Hello people! It’s already 2018 and I know that it is quite late to post my best or favorite reads of 2017 but better late than never. And to make this post more interesting I decided to do the concept of awards night like the Oscar and I choose some categories that I think would best fit a bookish awards.
Without further ado, here are the best books of 2017!
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RATING: 🌕🌕🌕🌕🌘 (4.25/5 moons)
Publisher: Tor Teen
“Happiness – happiness that has passed, never to return – can be as painful as sadness.”
The State controls your emotions. What would you pay to feel free?
In a radiant world of endless summer, the Intercept keeps the peace. Violet Crowley, the sixteen-year-old daughter of New Earth’s Founding Father, has spent her life in comfort and safety. Her days are easy thanks to the Intercept, a crime-prevention device that monitors and provokes emotion. But when her long-time crush, Danny Mayhew, gets into a dangerous altercation on Old Earth, Violet launches a secret investigation to find out what he’s hiding. An investigation that will lead her to question everything she’s ever known about Danny, her father, and the power of the Intercept.
Continue reading “The Dark Intercept by Julia Keller”