Hello, bookish friends! 💕
It’s officially time for my first wrap up in 2020! I don’t know about you guys but January felt like the longest month ever. Luckily, February is totally flying by and I’m not even remotely mad about it. During the month of January I was able to read 11 books which ranged from a few four star ratings to even more two star ratings so it was a pretty interesting month of reading over here.
Let’s dive in!
What I read in January
The Heir by Kiera Cass – ★★
The Crown by Kiera Cass – ★★
The Queen by Kiera Cass – no rating
What Kind of Girl by Alyssa Sheinmel – ★★★
The Gravity of Us by Phil Stamper – ★★★
Credence by Penelope Douglas – ★★
Children of Virtue and Vengeance by Tomi Adeyemi -★★★★
Tweet Cute by Emma Lord – ★★
In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware – ★★★
Diamond City by Francesca Flores – ★★★★
Jane Anonymous by Laurie Faria Stolarz – ★★★★
Reviews for January Reads
ARC Review: Tweet Cute
Review: What Kind of Girl
ARC Review: Diamond City
Series Review: The Selection
ARC Review: Jane Anonymous
ARC Review: The Gravity of Us
Review: Children of Virtue and Vengeance
Don’t feel like reading a review?
Here’s my thoughts on each book in one sentence!
- The Heir – If you thought America was annoying buckle up, honey.
- The Crown – Pretty happy with Eadlyn’s choice but more excited for this to be over.
- The Queen – Imagine reviewing an entire series on your blog and forgetting one last novella? 🤡
- What Kind of Girl – A powerful story with a few writing twists that didn’t work for me.
- The Gravity of Us – Space, gays, and reality tv in one super short story.
- Credence – Still trying to scrub the fifth off my body after this one.
- Children of Virtue and Vengeance – Second book syndrome who? We don’t know her.
- Tweet Cute – Blander than an unseasoned piece of chicken.
- In a Dark, Dark Wood – The bachelorette party from hell, no strippers just murder.
- Diamond City – Murder, revenge, and diamonds…what more can I ask for?
- Jane Anonymous – Save the time for yourself to devour this in one sitting and thank me later.
Favorite Read of the Month
I LOVED this. It’s bloody, dark, gritty, and filled with endless amounts of murder. Plus, I can just feel it in my bones how good the sequel is going to be because I mean, revenge on someone you thought you were in love with but found out they committed the ultimate betrayal? HELL YES, sign me the F up.
Least Favorite Read of the Month
Do y’all have any idea how hard it is to put one of your favorite authors ever here? Because this sucks. If you read my review then you understand all the ways this one went wrong for me, but here’s to hoping her next book will make me forget all about this one.
Until next time,