Library Reads | #8

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

Lets see what I have out this week!:

Earth Girl by Janet Edwards
According to GoodReads, Earth Girl is a book that is a YA Sci-Fi, with a Post Apocalyptic theme to it. I’m actually very interested in this book. There’s this tone to the book that drew me in. There are people who can; as far as I know,  live on any planet. But there are the few who can’t. They’re considered ‘apes’, and ‘throwbacks’. I would say that the synopsis is really well written because it gives us a lot of information, but still leaves the mystery.

A Beautiful Dark by Jocelyn Davies
I told myself that I wouldn’t ever read an Angel themed book, but I can’t seem to stay away from them! Anyway, in this book, the main character is confronted by these two guys who are her age. One she’s falling in-love with and the other she can’t stay away from. I am actually really intrigued.

The Orphan Queen by Jodi Meadows
What an awesome last name?? The only thing that I know about this book is that people seem to be loving it. I, on the other hand, have speculated about the book and am wary that the story won’t live up to the hype. So this girl is a queen of orphans?? Maybe? I actually have no idea. The cover is really pretty though, so that’s great. Haha.

Awaken by Katie Kacvinsky
Originally published a few years ago, Awaken has been on my TBR for a looong time. I had no idea where I could get this book, so when I randomly searched online for it; on my library’s site, I was surprised that my library had it!

Thanks for reading! Have you taken anything out from your library this week?

Until next time,
Adele.

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3 thoughts on “Library Reads | #8

  1. betwixt-these-pages says:

    I’ve been seeing The Orphan Queen around a LOT lately; I can’t wait to see what your thoughts are on it, as I’ve been debating whether to look into it more or not (as I, like you, actually have no idea what it’s even about.)

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    • adeleclayton says:

      I actually started reading it, and got to about page 30-50(??) and decided that I didn’t like it. I’m probably reading The Orphan Queen at the wrong time in my life because I didn’t really like what the characters had gotten into. 😦 — maybe I’ll pick it up in a few years and like it more then :).

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