Hello book worms! ❄️
Today we are going to talk about all the books I read in the month of December. I decided to challenge myself and up my reading goal with four weeks left in 2018. Not only did I manage to hit my reading goal for the year, but I read an additional four books as well. It was a really good reading month. In total I read 11 books, which might be the most I’ve ever read in a month!
What I Read in December
Once & Future by Amy Rose Capetta and Cori McCarthy – ★★★★
Skyward by Brandon Sanderson – ★★★★.5
Verity by Colleen Hoover – ★★★★.5
Dirty Headlines by L. J. Shen – ★
Evermore by Sarah Holland – ★★
Snow Like Ashes by Sarah Raasch – ★★★★
The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein by Kiersten White – ★★★.5
Girls Made of Snow and Glass by Melissa Bashardoust – ★★★
Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han – ★★★
Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell – ★★★
How She Died, How I Lived by Mary Crockett – ★★★★.5
Reviews for December Reads
Don’t feel like reading a review?
Here’s my thoughts on each book in one sentence!
- Once & Future – The gayest King Arthur retelling you never knew you needed.
- Skyward – An AI more lovable than Aiden, yeah, I said it.
- Verity – So fucked up, it will make you question your sanity.
- Dirty Headlines – One liners are the only thing worth sticking around for.
- Evermore – The definition of Second Book Syndrome.
- Snow Like Ashes – A love triangle actually worth reading about.
- The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein – A crazy game out cat & mouse, but only at the very end.
- Girls Made of Snow and Glass – A Snow White retelling with a gay twist.
- Always and Forever, Lara Jean – Lara Jean still sucks, Peter sucks a little less.
- Eleanor & Park – Deeper than I ever thought it would be, WHAT DID THE POSTCARD SAY?!
- How She Died, How I Lived – Relatable and thought-provoking AF.
Favorite Read of the Month
We love a good CoHo book.
Least Favorite Read of the Month
I tweeted about how the male MC told the female MC he would give her such a good orgasm that her kneecaps would snap, but I am sad to report no kneecaps were harmed in the making of this book.
That’s all for today!
Until next time,