Review: “DEV1AT3” by Jay Kristoff

Not as enjoyable as the first one, as I found myself zoning out while listening to the audiobook. I’m not sure if this is because I started this book immediately after finishing the first one and didn’t give myself enough time to process things.

This may contain spoilers for LIFEL1K3. Read at your own risk.

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Review: “LIFEL1K3” by Jay Kristoff

Happy October! What a weird feeling to make to near the end of the wild year that has been and still is 2020.

Finishing LIFEL1K3 makes 70 books I’ve read so far. My goal is still 100, and according to Goodreads, I’ve 4 books behind. I told my spouse this the other day and he suggested I read some graphic novels or some shorter books, lol.

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Review: “Glass Sword” by Victoria Aveyard

I finally picked up Glass Sword. By “pick up” I really mean checking it out from my local library via audiobook even though I own a signed copy of the book. What’s wrong with me? Well, I’m a little overwhelmed with the digital ARCs I need to review. Top that off with the North Texas Teen Book Festival in the beginning of March, I feel this odd need to read as many books as I can by authors who are attending because you know, priorities and all. 😛

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ARC Review: “Gilded Cage” by Vic James

Thank you to NetGalley and Random House/Del Ray Books for giving me a free digital copy in exchange for an honest review!

This book has been on my radar since I first heard about it some months ago. It seemed like such a good mix of fantasy with an odd twist. I wasn’t disappointed, that’s for sure, yet I read book so quickly that when I finished, I thought, “That’s it?” (Is that a good or a bad thing?)

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