Library Reads: I’m a Library Lover, so these posts are where I document the books I’ve borrowed from either one library, of a few 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!
The books mentioned are the ones I’ve borrowed from the beginning of July to mid July.
One Blood Ruby (Seven Black Diamonds, #2) by Melissa Marr
I have no idea what’s supposed to happen in this book, and I’m saving what I think should happen for my book review, or at least, the notes of my book review. However, if I’m remembering correctly, I didn’t exactly enjoy the first book, Seven Black Diamonds, so, I’m not really holding out on what I think is supposed to happen within this new addition to the Seven Black Diamonds series.
The Fallen Kingdom (The Falconer, #3) by Elizabeth May
I have been waiting for this book, for so long. I know I haven’t waited nearly as long as some people have, but still. There’s so much that can happen in this last book. I have no clue as to what will or will not happen. All I know is that I’m going to be so pumped and so heart broken because I’m saying goodbye to these characters! I don’t even know if I’ll ever re-read this trilogy.
A Million Times Goodnight by Kristina McBride
I’ve probably borrowed this book before — I know for sure though, that I haven’t tried reading it. Hopefully this time around I can actually make time to read this book.
Blood and Salt by Kim Liggett
Blood and Salt is another book that I’ve borrowed before, but I do want to get around to reading Blood and Salt since it’s described as being scary.
The Faerie Ring by Kiki Hamilton
I’m not too excited to read a book that’s set back in 1871, of all years, but I’m interested in how this story pays out. The Faerie Ring has been on my Library TBR for such a long time, I just figured it was about time to finally get this book read!
Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Córdova
I want to read Labyrinth Lost to see what all this hubbub is about. I have no clue whether or not I’ll like it. I actually got Labyrinth Lost and The Bone Witch confused for a while until I finally read The Bone Witch. So now I’m interested in what Labyrinth Lost is about.
Amity by Michol Ostow
I’ve had Amity on the back-burner for a while now. It was always on my For Later shelf on the online library catalogue. Buuut, since summer is the perfect time to read Scary Stories, I figured, why not? Hopefully Amity is as scary as some people say it is. I really want to be scared by a book, throughout the entire book.
The Waking Dark by Robin Wasserman
Even though I’ve read what The Waking Dark is about, I still don’t really know. The synopsis is very vague, and since I’ve read Wasserman’s other book, The Book of Shadows, I figured I’d try reading a horror novel of hers.
Spider Bite (Elemental Assassin, #1) by Jennifer Estep
I’ve loved Estep’s other series called Mythos Academy, so I wanted to try out the Elemental Assassin series. Funny story: I actually wanted to read a book later on in the series thinking that it was the first book in its’ series when actually it was like, the eighth, or something. Hahaha. I’m really excited to read this Urban Fantasy!!!
The Chemist by Stephanie Meyer
OK, so, I don’t want to be one of those readers who ends up hating an author just because of a series they’ve read. I’m incredibly interested in The Chemist. I keep seeing it on the shelves at my library, and each time I go to said library, I say to myself “next time.” This is now the next time! I don’t really know what to expect from this novel apart from -maybe- a lot of action scenes? The genres on Goodreads says that The Chemist is a Fiction, Thriller, Mystery, Romance, Adult, & Suspense novel, so. There’s that.
Have you read any of these books?
If you’ve read any of the mentioned books, what did you think of them?
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