Previously on this month #44

Previously on this month is a post to talk about our literary month. The idea was inspired in the weekly meme from the blog Lost in Chick Lit, that called the post “This week…” (“Essa semana” in Portuguese).

A little bit late to talk about January, but here it goes!

Reading:
Guta: Under the Dome, Stephen King
Maeva: I’m still choosing which book to read next.

I read this month:

    Guta:

  • 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.
  • Maeva:

  • 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

Last purchase:
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.

Quote:
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…

2 Comments

  1. Laila Campos says:

    looking forward for your reviews ladies! since i also have finished reading those two books. i have read about 20 books since the beginning of the year. the last one was Ignite Me by Tahereh Mafi and now i’m currently reading Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead coz the movie will come out soon and I keep being distracted with other books!
    I am impress with Guta : Under The Dome is one thick *ss book! and anything by S.K. is terrifying. sad to say i am not a fan of his works but doesn’t mean he is not a great writer coz he is in his genre. I’ve only ever read Cujo coz it was an assigned book from my book club last year and i love dogs! that book did not leave me feeling good xD

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    Guta

    Finished reading it. It’s kinda different from his other works. Better too, imo. I’ll post a review soon ;)

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