Hello, friends! How are you doing today? Right now it’s a particularly hot day so I am inside staying cool.
Today’s post is about the books I should have already read. Some of these books are a few years old, and some are somewhat new. Either way, I have them in my possession (and have for a while) so I should have already read them.
Here’s the deal with An Ember in the Ashes: I had already started reading it. I believe I read about 1/3 of the book before I got too caught up in tagging certain pages. I actually started spoiling the story for myself because I was too caught up in tagging characters points of view
I know that Bloodlines series is the companion series to the Vampire Academy series. Having read the Vampire Academy series, I’m not really excited about Bloodlines. I am intrigued by this storyline, however.
I’ve been particularly excited about The Becoming of Noah Shaw since I found out that the book actually existed. I loved reading The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer series, so, you can understand my wanting to read Noah’s side of things. I actually have super high hopes for this first Noah Shaw book. And I genuinely want to enjoy Noah’s book, so I’m holding off on reading The Becoming of Noah Shaw in hopes that whenever I do get around to reading this one, I’ll actually get to enjoy the story.
I don’t normally read the synopsis’ for Morgan Matson’s novels because with her writing and books I enjoy her books not knowing to expect. The less I know about her books that I haven’t read, the more I’ll enjoy them. However, I do know that The Unexpected Everything has Ice-cream trucks, dogs & dog walking, and a high probability of boys and romance. Nevertheless, I’m looking forward to enjoying The Unexpected Everything.
I know I know I know. I should have read this ASAP. I know that Warcross is one that many people enjoyed reading. However, there’s a 50/50 chance of me really not liking this book. Which is kind of scary to be honest. I truly want to end up liking Warcross. I’m mostly looking forward to the hacking aspect of this novel, as well as the game part of this novel… Which I guess is the same thing as saying I’m looking forward to reading the entirety of this book.
Back when Panic was publishes, there was quite the hu-bub around the novel. Some people praised Panic to the stars. I remember hearing/reading that some people didn’t like this novel at all. This makes me anxious because I really want to read and like Panic… However, I haven’t really liked Oliver’s work in the past, so hopefully with Panic I’ll have a different reaction than not liking it. Saying that, I’m going to keep my expectations for Panic extremely low.
I’ve heard little to nothing about Ace of Shades. Like, I heard about it for a week, and then all talk of Ace of Shades was silenced. What I have heard of Ace of Shades, is that readers really enjoyed reading this book. What I’m most looking forward to, however, is getting to know the protagonist, who says things within this book at different ventures that make a reader believe that the protagonist is asexual. Yay!
Are there any books that you should have read already?
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