Library Reads #22


Library Reads: I’m a Library Lover, so these posts are where I document the books I’ve borrowed from libraries. I’ll tell you a little bit about what I expect from the book, or the author’s writings. Whether what I say is a sentence long, or a few sentence’s. From doing these posts, I hope to spread a little of my love for libraries, while also informing you of books that you may or may not have known of!

Hello lovelies! How are you doing today? I hope all is well with you! If not, I’m sorry. Everyone should have a good day.

I seriously have to gear down on these books and get them read.

Moon Chosen by P.C. Cast

I’ve never read one of P.C. Cast’s books before, so I have no idea what to expect of her writing. That been said, I am both expectant of her writing, since my sister (as far as I know) has enjoyed P.C. Cast books, and am hesitant to read Moon Chosen. The synopsis for Moon Chosen seems a little iffy to me; something about the synopsis just seems off.

Dream a Little Dream by Kristin Gier

I’ve been wanting to read Dream a Little Dream, and I’m trying to keep my imagination from getting the best of me. To be honest though, it’s not really working! I’m expecting a ton from Dream a Little Dream. I’m not too excited that Dream a Little Dream is the first in a trilogy though. With reading the synopsis, I have no idea what will happen. I just hope that the main character, Liv, has a good head on her shoulders.

Hunting Ground by Patricia Briggs

Hunting Grounds is the second book in the Alpha & Omega series by Patricia Briggs. I don’t want to say much about this book mainly because I haven’t read the synopsis of this book. I don’t think that I’ll be reading the synopsis until I finish reading Hunting Ground. I personally enjoy Briggs’ books more when I read the synopsis in my reviewing stage.

And the Trees Crept In by Dawn Kurtagich

What I’m most interested about And the Trees Crept In is that this story is a YA Horror novel, along with being a Mystery, as well as a Fantasy/Paranormal book! Honestly, I have really low expectations of this book. However, I’m holding out on And the Trees Crept In because there’s that Paranormal element to the novel.

Stolen by Melissa de la Cruze, Michael Johnston

I read the last book, Frozen, in one sitting. My expectations of the book were met very well, and since the ending ended in that semi-cliff hanger, I just need to know what happens. However!! I’m not too excited about maybe another point of view, since a lot of books have been doing that lately; adding another point of view to the story. I’m also not too excited that a certain someone joined a certain side, which will undoubtedly lead to a whole lot misery.

The Taken by Vicki Pettersson

I’ve just been in the mood lately for those trashy romance novels that have the unbelievably cheesy plots. I’m keeping my imagination and expectations of The Taken extremely low since the synopsis, in my opinion, doesn’t sound very good.

Three Parts Dead by Max Gladstone

Okay! I’m gonna be 100% honest! I got this book because there’s a POC on the cover. And when I read the synopsis I discovered that the book seems pretty interesting! So the synopsis stars off with “A god has died,” and that in itself is interesting because, hello, god’s are supposed to be immortal and whatnot. And then the rest of the synopsis goes into telling the reader that the main character pretty much has to resurrect the god and pretty much save the rest of the world.

Blood and Salt by Kim Ligget

I’ve heard by quite a few people that Blood and Salt is a pretty spooky read, so I had to get my hands on it. Borrowing Blood and Salt has been a year-ish- in the making! However, upon reading the synopsis, I get a feeling that this book has an incredibly religious encampment village thing, and I absolutely hate those so I have no idea how I’ll find Blood and Salt to be. Aside from that, Blood and Salt does seem spooky enough!

Say Her Name by James Dawson

Say Her Name has a Bloody Mary feel to the novel, which to be honest, I’m looking forward to reading about. Other than that, I don’t want to read too much into the synopsis because I just know that there’s a chance that I could predict everything. I don’t want that to happen!

So these are a few books that I’ve borrowed from the library recently!

There are a few books that I’ve reborrowed as well.

  • Shadowlands by Kate Brian
  • Fire & Flood by Victoria Scott

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