Just finished reading Pestilence by Laura Thalassa! Honestly, I prefer her other books over this one. I wasn’t as geeked about the story as I usually am with her books. Despite that it was still a good book. And she still remains one of my favorite authors! I will read the next in book in line for this series 😉 Trying something new for reviews as promised: Playlist, Feels, Summary and Quote Below! (No spoilers)
He came for death. She was destined to save humanity. Until everything changed.
My Feel Ratings
Feel Scale? 3 out 5, good but the “feels” were just not vibing for me this time
Story Line? 3.5 out of 5, unique plot, good writing but just not my favorite
*scale key at bottom of post if your interested
“After I put Pestilence’s crown on my head (motherfucking queen right here),”
From: Thalassa, Laura. Pestilence (The Four Horsemen Book 1) (p. 131). Kindle Edition
- Feel Scale= How emotionally invested I was in the story (1= meh, 5 being wholly freeze balls, my heart is going to explode, reality doesn’t exist)
- Story Line= Good plot? Nice writing? ( 1= meh 5= geesh…sure wish I could write like that)
It’s the new year and everyone is posting their reading goals for the year. Mine is simple: 4 books a month. One of the four has to come from one of my past buying binges: aka books laying around my house or hanging out on my kindle crying to be read.
Separate from that challenge. Fit a non-fiction book in there somewhere: maybe one every 2-3 months? I hate non-fiction. I am an escapist, it’s hard to escape when you’re reading factual information. Plus I’m in school, I do a lot of reading and I feel like that meets my non-fiction quota. I just can’t do it, non-fiction is just not my thing. But my stepdad bought me books last year ( click here for old post ) and I still haven’t read them. Its an learning opportunity as well. I won’t turn down a bonding opportunity because I’m stubborn on the non-fiction. It just will be hard to get away from all the magical powers, family drama, book boyfriends and steamy love scenes (yolo).
Last but not least: I finally have an idea for my book reviews!! I’ll give you my feels, a favorite quote from the book and *drumroll* a song that pops in my mind as I’m reading. I’m that crazy girl who can remember the book I was reading based on the song I was listening too at the time (I have no life *sigh*). I hope to have my first book review of the year coming up soon! I’ve met my 4 book quota already this month!! My post will be about a series I just finished from S.L. Jennings.
I can never walk out of Barnes and Noble empty-handed or even just with one book. Went today because I had a coupon for 20% one item. Walked out with two books and had to drag myself out before I talked myself into another. #addict much? *sigh*
As per my usual procrastinating on assignments with Facebook (don’t judge me), I came across a book ad. Yet another James Patterson book with a collaborator. Does he really write them or does the other author write them and he gives his stamp of approval? Hmmm… He comes out with maybe 20 books a year (I’m probably exaggerating), there is no way he’s writing all these books. Or is he? How the heck should I know?! Just a thought….. And another way to procrastinate ;).
What do you think?
It’s that’s time of year again! Hallmark has started their cheesy Christmas movies again. And I’m under the covers, sipping “adult” hot chocolate, and cuddling with my cat. What has my life come to? *sigh*
Oh and of course books are always around. Just finished the first 3 books in S.L. Jennings Se7en Sinner’s Series. Talk about HOT and emotional. Definitely not for your kids. But indulge in those guilty pleasures, isn’t that what the holidays are all about 😉 😉 ?
What guilty pleasures are you reading? I confessed mine, tell me yours.
Everything is not as it seems
Like what I did there? 😉 Insider for those who have already read the book or it least flipped through it’s pages. Well written with a small twist. Unrealistic? Most likely. I am a cynic when it comes to love, so maybe I’m wrong. I’m also a sap: I like the chance to escape and think that love comes easy and trips to Hawaii by 18 year old runaways are possible. Very simple, quick read. I like the formatting of the book. The layout reminded me of Night Film by Marisha Pessl. As you may have seen me state before, I hate writing reviews. Mostly because I feel like I’m rambling when I write them. I’m sure I’ll find some creative way to dish them out. Just work with me in the meantime.
I’ve been itching to go to the bookstore (yes, addict style). However, I have so many new books to read I just can’t justify buying more. And I canNOT walk into a bookstore and not buy a book. But, I LOVE going to the bookstore it’s something about the atmosphere. The smell. The feeling as you walk around. Seeing other people just like you. I once saw a couple on a date there (at least I think it was ). I thought it was the cutest thing! Sometimes I secretly dream of meeting someone in the bookstore:
Ok. Who am I kidding? I dream of it all the time! Maybe one day…..until then you’ll get to hear all of my crazy dreamy romance wish confessions 😉
By the way check out the comment on the pin….I totally agree with that! Bars aren’t my thing (nothing wrong with it just this introvert’s nightmare sometimes lol) but a book bar? I’d toast to that! And make sure I keep to one glass of wine to keep sounding semi-intelligent 😉
Share your dreamy book date confessions or others if you dare 🙂