5 Books that I Never Finished | Top 5 Wednesday #8

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Hello all! I hope today has treated you well. Today’s Top 5 Wednesday Post, as you can see by the title, is about 5 Books that I never finished. I usually finish reading all the books I read. There are times though when something just bothers me about the book, so I decide to not finish it.

Onto the books!

The Brilliant Light of Amber Sunrise by Matthew Crow

In the case of this book, it was a whole lot of things. It was: Continue reading

Books You Were Spoiled For – Top 5 Wednesday | #2

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Hello everyone! Today’s post is about books that I was spoiled for. As you may know, I am a tumblr user, and the book community tends to spoil a LOT of books for people.

One of the books that I was spoiled for was The Raven Boys – by Maggie Stiefvater. I didn’t, and still don’t mind reading the spoilers for the Raven Cycle series, since there are other many other gems to read about in the books. I was a little bummed though, that I read spoilers. I didn’t really mind first reading the spoilers for this series because I never thought that I would ever read the series. Now that I am though, I don’t want to know what happens, haha. Continue reading

Library Reads | #2

Here I document (in my own way) what I get out form the library and what my thoughts are about the books, before I actually read the books.

Lets see what I have out from the library now, shall we? I currently have out:

The Brilliant Light of Amber Sunrise by Matthew Crow
I requested this book from the library purely because I saw a picture of the book spine here on tumblr and thought it was really pretty. When I got the book though, there was a quotes on the back of the book that really sets the theme for the book. Here’s the quote: “’Do you know about the best thing about the stars?’ ‘What?’ ‘They’re all dead, but we can still see them. When we look up it’s like we’re looking at a million different memories, a million different versions of something that used to be. That’s not romantic, either; it’s just science.’ ‘It’s a bit romantic,’ I tried to argue. ‘No, it’s not,’ she said, ‘It’s real, and that’s what’s important.’” That just really set the tone of the book for me, so I’m really excited to read this novel. Continue reading