Library Reads | #7

Cataloging the library books and what my thoughts are on them, before reading them!

Lets see what I have out this week!:

Opposition by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Wow! I can’t believe this series is coming to a close! The Lux series is so freaking addicting.

Damage Done by Amanda Panitch
One of the many covers that drew me in. — And with reading the synopsis, I can already tell that Damage Done is going to be an emotional read.

Your Voice Is All I Hear by Leah Scheier
What a pretty cover! (I say that about almost every book cover I see) This one is especially drawing to me because I can really appreciate a good cover. — I think that this book is about saving a loved one. Protecting them from someone who only see’s the surface action. I hope this is a good book. Your Voice Is All I Hear has so much promise.

Taken by Erin Bowman
I first heard of Taken through the library. I was walking into the Teens section, and saw the second book, Frozen, and thought the cover was really pretty. So I took that book home, looked it up on GoodReads and found out it was the second book to Taken. — The cover drew me in, and the synopsis got my interest. Taken, is about a town, city, or something, that have -I’m guessing here- locked themselves in with a huge wall surrounding them. And on their 18th birthdays, the men, get taken. As far as I know, they don’t return. Events leading up to Gray’s -the main character- birthday lead up to Gray going over the wall. That’s all I know about Taken. I’m very intrigued as to how this story pans out.

The Good Girl by Mary Kubica
As far as I know, this one is an Adult Mystery. I don’t usually read mysteries. All I know is that the main character, Mia, goes to meet someone and when they don’t show, Mia leaves with this guy and it ends up being the worst thing that could happen to her. The synopsis doesn’t really give a hint as to what’s up. Which is mildly infuriating, but I guess that’s why The Good Girl is a mystery novel.
{Edit: I’ve since returned this book.}

Thanks for reading! Until next time,
Adele.

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