Paper Butterflies by Lisa Heathfield | ★★★☆☆ | released in 2017 | An interesting book as a case study about the ends children can be driven to; however, I really struggled to get past the sheer brutality and darkness of this one. Advertisements
The Fifth Season (Broken Earth, #1) | ★★★★★ —for all those who have to fight for the respect others are given without question. I’m re-reviewing this because I accidentally used up a full page of my last essay ranting about it and now I really desperately want to reread and I needed to rant more. (It’s … More A Revised Review of The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin
It is time for another round of journalism and nonfiction reading and blogging I did this month! Ya girl does nothing except read New Yorker book reviews and that’s valid.
The Hound of Justice by Claire O’Dell ★★☆☆☆ | 30 July 2019 The title of this book is. a pun and for that I rightfully should have enjoyed this. But… I was honestly pretty disappointed by this? I loved book one of this duology so much and this just wasn’t nearly as good for me.
Finally we’re back on track for like, one-month-at-a-time reading wrap-ups, and I think that is so valid. Let’s get STARTED.
Only Ashes Remain by Rebecca Schaeffer ★★★★★ | 24 September 2019 Nita really found out the world would try to kill her for money and decided the best solution was to become so scary no one would try… icon
I’ve been doing really really long wrap-up and TBR posts for ages and I have decided that… TBRs are just goals. So why not simply discuss my TBR along with my last month? If you only want to look at my TBR you can just scroll.