At the beginning of 2018, I told myself to quit purchasing books unless I’ve read everything on my shelf. To no avail did I manage to fulfill this personal goal. My monthly entry will contain book titles and where to purchase them followed by a quick overview which is a summary I write. The number of books in every post will vary according to how I can successfully write an overview for each.
Hello there! I’ve finally gotten around a book post. This is another book series I’ve fallen in love with.
Be warned, this review will include spoilers.
Reading the book based on Will’s perspective was interesting and it was mirrored to less stereotypical perception of how men are. Will has moments where in he remains poised but is actually on the verge of freaking out.
Society has established a flawed system that aims to shame and isolate those who go against it.
Solenn and Georgina casually discusses the changes occurring in the current status quo.
This has become one of my favorite books this year. I hope you’re encouraged to read it too!
This was a book I initially had difficulty reading, for me, the story gets interesting only after the first few chapters when Cosmo, Lucy’s life is in the picture; his character notably has a great sense of humor.
This book would be handy for a minimalist.
I’m convinced that hell has an intercom system and
the buzz of my alarm clock is played at full volume on repeat
against the screams of all the lost souls.
You should realize by now that this isn’t related to CWTV’s hit series “The 100” and unlike my former book posts ,this one has no story line.