Week In Review

March 16 – 22

I think I’m slowly but steadily climbing out of my reading slump! Hooray!

I’m pretty excited because Sunday means The Walking Dead, and the penultimate episode of season five is on tonight. In my opinion, this show has just kept getting better, and season five is the best season yet. I’m also really looking forward to the spin off, because I’ll probably watch anything Walking Dead-related, but I genuinely love so many of the characters who are part of the (main) show now. And after last week’s wonderfully gruesome episode, I can’t wait to see what’s in store for viewers with these final two episodes of the season!

I received some books from Edelweiss and Netgalley that I’m pretty excited about (thank you!) :

Nowhere But Here, by Katie McGarry (Edelweiss);

Never Always Sometimes, by Adi Alsaid (Edelweiss); and

Charlie, Presumed Dead, by Anne Heltzel (Netgalley).

I finished two books last week! I shouldn’t be so excited about it, but like I said, I was in a bit of a slump so hopefully that’s a sign that I’m coming out of it.

Anyway, the books were When, by Victoria Laurie, and Dark Metropolis by Jaclyn Dolamore. Reviews to come.

Currently, I’m reading Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay, an arc of All the Rage by Courtney Summers (this book is already tearing my heart out, not gonna lie), and I’m still reading The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things, by Ann Aguirre.

On the blog, I posted reviews of Don’t Look Back, by Jennifer L. Armentrout, and Liars, Inc., by Paula Stokes.

Coming up this week are review of All Fall Down, by Ally Carter, and Bone Gap, by Laura Ruby.

Happy Sunday!

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