#ShelfLove Challenge Update: My Best Read Book

Posted on July 1, 2015 «
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When I started thinking about this post, none of the books popped up immediately. Work has been so crazy lately focusing on reading at night has been a bit of a chore. I’m lucky if I can read 10 minutes before I’m promptly asleep with my iPad mini or book dropping to the floor. The good thing about the iPad mini…I don’t lose my place or bend the pages when that happens.

In the end, I had to go over to GoodReads and look at my list of books. Then I got really giddy because there are at least 4 books I loved that were on my shelf at the start of the year. And like a true bookworm, I can’t just share one!

My Best Read #ShelfLove Book

book review tangle of fates leslie ann moore

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A Tangle of Fates

Author: Leslie Ann Moore
Published on: July 29, 2014
Pages: 472
Genres: action & adventure, adult, dystopian or apocalyptic, romance, science fiction
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My Rating: Thumbs Up

 

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

 

From my review: After reading two books in the last couple months that fit firmly in the realm of science fiction, I have decided that I like my science fiction with a large side of feelings. Read more…

Other related links: Interview with the author

 

book review hollow city ransom riggs

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Hollow City

Author: Ransom Riggs
Published on: January 14, 2014
Pages: 400
Series: Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children #2
Genres: action & adventure, fairy tales & folklore, fantasy, thrillers, young adult
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My Rating: Thumbs Up

 

From my review: The second book in the Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children series, Hollow City isn’t nearly as creepy as book one and it has a faster pace. Hollow City picks up right where book one left off and doesn’t let up till the end. Read more…

Other related links: This book was so good, it inspired me to take part in the That’s What He Said meme…twice! Quote #1 and Quote #2.

 

book review mr penumbra

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From my review: My first thoughts after finishing, “I want Mr. Penumbra’s Bookstore to be real.” Read more…

 

book review dressmaker kate alcott

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From my review: Ultimately the Titanic survival stories focused on class and the main character, Tess, is situated right at the crossroads. Throughout the novel, the reader sees her struggle with the having the connections to accomplish her dream and the desire to stay true to herself. I was rooting for Tess from the very start of the novel. Read more…

 

So how about you? What are the best books you’ve read this year? Add you review below and don’t forget to link up your post in the main challenge!

 

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12 responses to “#ShelfLove Challenge Update: My Best Read Book

  1. stormi34

    Not read any of those books. 🙂 I know I need to spends some time on my own books, so far this year I have only read two books that are considered mine. That is horrible..lol.

    • I’m starting to go back and forth again between a book I already and own and ARCs I’ve received. So far it is working well.

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  2. Daniela Ark

    I don’t know why I couldn’t get through the first pages of Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children book I. I’ll try it again. Thanks for the review 🙂

    • I struggled a bit with the first one, Daniela, because it was a bit too creepy. Once I got past that part, I really enjoyed it. Book 2 is not creepy, just tense all the way through!

  3. Melanie Z

    Ooh I really want to read Miss Peregrine’s! It sounds like such a creepy read – I have heard similar things about book 2 being not as creepy and all, which is sad 🙁 And Mr. Penumbra! I’ve been eying that for more than 2 years now, but I still haven’t bought myself a copy. I MUST FIX THIS *nods*

    Great post!