Review: “Clockwork Prince” by Cassandra Clare

Oh my word! I enjoyed this book far better than the first book in the series, and I’m so glad! I guess I better review it since I’ve already started listening to Clockwork Princess!

Right, I listened to this via audiobook and enjoyed it! Man, I’m really loving how audiobooks help me speed through my reading goal! 😛

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Review: “The Book Thief” by Markus Zusak

Woah, I nearly forgot to write a review for this because it was just that dull. Truthfully, I find reviews for books with this kind of subject matter hard to write because I don’t want to seem insensitive. I try to put myself in the shoes of the characters and figure out if I would make the same decisions. Often times that doesn’t work too well because I would never really know. (I’d like to think I’d feel the same way as Papa as he was one of my favorite characters.)

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Waiting on Wednesday: “Caraval” by Stephanie Garber

I skipped yesterday’s TTT because it was my birthday! There was a ridiculous ice storm this past weekend so my original birthday plans sort of fell through which is fine because Husband and I went out of town… I think I’ll make a blog post about it so keep an eye out! 😉

Anyways, I decided to compensate and post a WoW post because it’s been a while since I’ve written one.

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NerdyPost’s December Unboxing!

Ah, I feel like I’m super late posting this! I try to wait at least two weeks after getting the box so there’s no spoilers or anything. I believe we’re safe now. 🙂

If you don’t know about NerdyPost, it’s a monthly subscription box filled with hand lettered designs based on certain fandoms. This is actually the third NerdyPost box I’ve bought and I haven’t been disappointed! The theme for December was “Fantastic Beasts.” It’s so fitting since the movie released at the end of November (I saw it twice! <3), and to say I was excited for this box is an understatement!

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ARC Review: “A Perilous Undertaking” by Deanna Raybourn

Thank you to Netgalley and Berkley Publishing Group for giving me a free digital copy in exchange for an honest review!

I picked up A Curious Beginning on a whim at my local library a few months ago. I wasn’t super sure about it as it wasn’t YA and it was a mystery, and I normally don’t grab those at all. However, it was also historical fiction set during Victorian England which happens to me one of my favorite time periods, so I was pleased when I finished the book and thoroughly enjoyed it. The second book in the Veronica Speedwell series is no different–I loved it.
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