Apparently I’m jut not good at Saturday mornings anymore ;-). I’m coming up on the last month of my semester and several of my classes have decided that this is when final projects and exams should be due, not in a month like normal people >.>. I might be a little bitter ;-). In any case, things are a bit busy and I’m relying on happy books to make me feel better, hehe.
I finished The Summer Prince this week and while the ending was much more exciting than the rest of the book, I still was disappointed that it took so long to get engaging. If the rest of the book had been as action-packed, I would have been a lot happier. My review will be coming shortly because I need to type it up before Netgalley archives it. I’m sad it took me nearly a month to read one book D: .
My new audiobook is Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare and I’m looooooving it! Thanks to Simon and Schuster Audio for sending me audiobooks of the first two. I’m a little nervous since apparently the narrator changes in the second book, since I love her so much right now! She narrates with an American accent but does the British accents wonderfully (in my un-knowledgeable about accents opinion). In any case, the story is also most excellent and I wish that I was reading the physical copy sometimes so I could keep reading after I stopped driving, haha!
Finally, I’ve been meaning to read some books on my shelf for a while, so Poison is up since it’s so nice and short ;-). I was a little surprised at the lighter writing, but now that I know what to expect from this book, I’m happy with the fun atmosphere and lighter fantasy style.
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