Week In Review

November 18 – 24

Happy Sunday! It’s another cold day, which is perfect for staying indoors and reading!

I’ve been playing a lot of Pokemon and loving it, and have been watching The Mandalorian and of course would do anything for Baby Yoda:

New books:

There were a bunch of Kobo books on my TBR that were on super sale this past week, so I redeemed some points and snagged some goodies:

Attachments, Rainbow Rowell;

A House of Ghosts, W.C. Ryan (as of writing this post, this is still on sale in the Kobo store for $1.99, down from $23.99!);

Black Bird of the Gallows, Meg Kassel;

All My Friends are Superheroes, Andrew Kaufman;

Labyrinth Lost, Zoraida Cordova;

The Society, Jodie Andrefsky;

The Dark Lake, Sarah Bailey;

Swear On This Life, Renee Carlino;

Kingdom of Ash (Throne of Glass #7), Sarah J. Maas (I’m going to try and finish this series in 2020!);

Home Fire, Kamila Shamsie;

Last Will and Testament, Dahlia Adler; and

Reading People, Anne Bogel.

Phew! Now if only I had more time to actually read all of these! I’m counting down the days until my Christmas vacation starts, which I plan to spend reading as many books as possible.

Books read:

I finished four books this week:

The Memory Police, Yoko Ogawa;

The Beauiful, Renee Ahdieh;

Queen of Shadows (Throne of Glass #4), Sarah J. Maas; and

In the Night Wood, Dale Bailey.

Current reads:

I’m reading an e-ARC of Francesca Zappia’s Now Entering Addamsville, and I have just started to read There Will Come a Darkness by Katy Rose Pool.

Reviews:

I shared two reviews this week:

Gideon the Ninth, Tamsyn Muir (my favourite read of 2019!); and

The Bone Houses, Emily Lloyd-Jones (loved this one too!).

Time for some more coffee and some reading. Happy Sunday!

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