A little bit late to talk about January, but here it goes!
Guta: Under the Dome, Stephen King
Maeva: I’m still choosing which book to read next.
I read this month:
- Wounded, Jasinda Wilder
- Teardrop, Lauren Kate
- The Edge of Always, J.A. Redmerski
- Sea of Hooks, Lindsay Hill
- Não pare!, F.M. Pepper
- The Twisted Tragedy of Natalie Stewart, Leanna Renee Hieber
- Navigating Early, Clare Vanderpool
- Days of Blood & Starlight, Laini Taylor
- The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, Michelle Hodkin
- O Último Homem do Mundo, Tais Cortez
- The Extraordinary Secrets of April, May, & June, Robin Benway
- Red Glove, Holly Black
- The Flavours of Love, Dorothy Koomson
- Sempre, J.M. Darhower
- World After, Susan Ee
- You can see more books, some not released yet, on my Goodreads.
- Every Seventh Wave, Daniel Glattauer, Katharina Bielenberg and Jamie Bulloch
- Requiem, Lauren Oliver
- Fringe: September’s Notebook, Tara Bennett, Paul Terry, Jeff Pinkner and J. H. Wyman
- Reawakened: A Once Upon a Time Tale, Odette Beane
- Forgive My Fins, Tera Lynn Childs
- And a book for a research I’ve been doing
We reviewed this month:
Best read of the month:
Guta: Wounded, Jasinda Wilder
Maeva: Fringe: September’s Notebook, Tara Bennett, Paul Terry, Jeff Pinkner and J. H. Wyman
Guta: Killing Sarai and Reviving Izabel, J.A. Redmerski
Maeva: I think it was books for research, but I can’t remember for sure. It’s been a while.
Guta: “Rania…she is no more. She did not die; she just does not exist anymore. I am Sabah now.
Sabah is strong. Sabah knows what men like and how to give it to them.” — Wounded, Jasinda Wilder
Maeva: “I don’t believe anything magical can make someone more in love. (…) Love is already the strongest magic in the world.” — Forgive My Fins, Tera Lynn Childs
I’m on mood for:
Guta: Go back to vacations.
Maeva: I wouldn’t mind having a little bit more time to read…