Weekly Wrap Up #7: I lost count…

I’ve read about seven books this past week, several of which I rated highly. I wish every week was like this, filled with books that I love, but alas I doubt it will turn out that way. Anyway, here are the books read:


Status of Books Read:
(This is a new thing where I try to do the stats of the book, the page count and the rating going immediately after the title and author. I hope everyone likes this new feature! Of course, I can’t promise to review every single book-sometimes I forget, or get sidetracked by other more pressing reviews and it gets lost in the bundle of reviews still needing to be posted. I hope to keep on top of things, however, with this new organization system!)

The Midnight Dance by Nikki Krista pages 300 rated 4/5 stars review
Pride and Prometheus by John Kessel pages 200 rated 4/5 stars review
Medusa Uploaded by Emily Davenport pages 400 rated 5/5 stars review
Kill the Farm Boy by __ pages 400 rated 5/5 stars review
School of Wizardry by Debra Doyle pages 200 rated 4/5 stars review
Scarlet and the White Wolf by Kirby Crow pages 300 rated 5/5 stars review
The Maltese Incident by Russell Moran pages 200 rated 4/5 stars review

I only just started reading “The Unbinding of Mary Reade” and I’m about 189 pages into the book. It’s proving to be quite the long read, and actually really really good, so I’m thinking another 4 star rating at the very least!

Seven books read this week, which isn’t a bad number at all. That’s a book a day! Of course, one book took me two days and that was because I was stretching it out for as long as possible (Medusa, of course, I loved it so.) So many high ratings this week for those lovely books!

Here’s to hoping that this coming week is just as good, if not better! I’ve got Markswoman that I’m going to start reading, as well as The Poppy War, and several other monstrous sized books.

Until next time,
-Pass Me That Book

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