Ew. “Poetry is the food of love”
*insert massive eye roll*
Wait, wait… That’s not why we’re here? Oh, okay. Fine. I guess I’ll refrain from laughing at the language and romancing of the early 1800s.
Pride and Prejudice is my first Jane Austen novel. My friends have been hounding me for years to read the thing (since I refuse to watch the thing when I haven’t read the thing) and I finally obliged.
Continue reading “Pride and Prejudice”
A wise bunny once told me:
“If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.”
Continue reading “Jackaby”
I’ve read my first sci-fi novel of 2017! *throws confetti* And it was about time travel! *more confetti*
I was so highly anticipating this book, and was, unfortunately, a tad underwhelmed. This is already the second time this year (it’s still January!) when book two of the duology didn’t make the cut for me. Maybe I’m just in a reading funk or something. I keep getting bored around the 300 page mark this year, so I’m going to try to read a shorter book next (aka, less than 500+ pages).
Continue reading “Wayfarer”
I checked out Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly from my local library’s Hoopla account (which is a super cool app and you should see if it’s available in your area.) It was read by Robin Miles.
Continue reading “Hidden Figures”
I’ve done it, friends! It took me a eleven days and two sleepless nights, but I read my first book of 2017! Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo took me by surprise (in both a good and a bad way), but in the end it holds the place of “favorite book of the year.” (ha. ha. get it? it’s the only book I’ve read this year? ha)
Continue reading “Crooked Kingdom”
Well, this is awkward. I’m not entirely sure what to say about this book. I honestly have no idea if I liked it or not. I know I didn’t hate it or anything, but I’m not sure if I liked it all that much.
Continue reading “Carry On”
This book was already on my TBR, but I actually read it on accident. I had already read the first chapter of Carry On by Rainbow Rowell when I had to start adulting. After about five hours of cleaning and packing, I remembered that audiobooks are a thing. Not only that, but my local library has a collection of online audiobooks that are available to be checked out at anytime. I looked for Carry On first, of course, but it was already checked out by someone else.
Continue reading “Eleanor & Park”