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So, kinda productive reading week. Did not end up reading Cross My Heart, but I did finish Seraphina (Amazing), Lucid (SQUEEEEEEEE!), and The Boy Recession (Caution: May induce spontaneous & explosive laughter). And now I need to sit down and find time to write some reviews… been wanting to read a lot lately as opposed to writing and getting all my thoughts down has been really hard lately for some reason. Eh, this too shall pass.
And I read two short stories as well…
This coming week I must read Eden’s Root, which I’ve had in my possession since February or March, and Frost. Both reviews are coming due soon and I’ve been wanting to read them both for awhile but haven’t yet, because I prefer to read book closer to the scheduled review so they’ll be fresh. So now it’s their turn.
This week I had a lot of fun reading Lucid by P. T. Michelle, Delirium by Lauren Oliver and Hana by Lauren Oliver. Both Lucid and Delirium were AMAZING and Hana was…well, shocking. 😉
This week I will be reading Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver and Bloodsong by Rhiannon Hart.
What are you reading this week?
Amy @ Book Loving Mom says
Great books that you read last week and plan to read this week. OMG I loved Lucid!! It was so good. I agree that Hana was pretty shocking. I really loved getting to hear her story. I really loved Pandemonium too.
Lucid is freaking AWESOME. And Ethan? Oh saa-woon… I still need to read Hanna and Pandemonium, I need to find out what’s so shocking about them! 😉
Lis @ The reader lines says
Oh man! You had an amazing week!!! I’m so glad you liked Delirium and Hana, I did as well… Warning! Pandemonium will KILL you! seriously!
I’m looking forward to The Boy Recession, I need something like that!! Thanks for the suggestion!
Have a nice week and happy reading!
PS: Missed Heather!
April @Books4Juliet says
Oh no… I remember the HEARTBREAK. I haven’t read Hanna but I will, soon (hopefully). I loved Pandemonium much more than Delirium (so, GOODLUCK!). Expect those killer moments. LOL.
The Boy Recession seems like a really great book, I’m looking forward to it. I guess I have to check my Goodreads list again today.