Bones and Bourbon

Bones and Bourbon

Author: Dorian Graves

Publisher: NineStar Press

First Published: 23 April 2018

Rating: 3 stars

 
“’Maybe just a lunch date? Or , well I’m sure you don’t go to restaurants a lot now that you’re made of plants, but maybe we can find a coffee shop that doesn’t mind if you blend in with the shrubbery,’”

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Mid-Year Freak Out Tag

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I’m going to share with you some of my thoughts on the books I’ve read so far this year because it’s already the end of June which makes it half way through the year — which honestly is freaking me out a little.

This tag was originally created back in 2016 by booktubers Chami of IsThatChami and Ely of Earl Grey Books.

I’ve read a total of 31 books so far this year so lets see which ones make it on the list!

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June 2018 Wrap Up

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I am here with June Wrap Up. This month I read a total of 4 books and 1,269 pages.

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The Gilded King

Gilded King

 

Author: Josie Jaffrey

First Published: 25 June 2018

Rating: 5 stars

 

 

“Their folktales had memories long enough to tell them what he was. He might be harmless to them, but he was still strigoi mort.”

 

I will start by saying that I was given an ARC copy in exchange for an honest review. These opinions are my own. Thank you so much to Josie for sending a copy my way!

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Poems of Sappho

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Author: Sappho

Translator: John Maxwell Edmonds

Publisher: Dover Publications

First Published: 15 February 2018

Rating: 5 stars
“For those I have done good to

               Do me the greatest wrong,”

 

I will start by saying that I was given an ARC copy in exchange for an honest review. These opinions are my own. Thank you so much to Dover Publications and NetGalley!

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May 2018 Wrap Up

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I am here with May 2018 Wrap Up … and only a touch delayed. In May read a total of 5 books and 1,378 pages.

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Between Earth and Sky

Between earth and sky

Author: Amanda Skenandore

Publisher: Kensington Books

First Published: 24 April 2018

Rating: 5 stars

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“Pestilence? Alma didn’t know the meaning, but her mother spoke as if the words itself tasted foul. She grabbed the apron and collected the clothes, examining each garment for some sign of this awful pestilence.”

I will start by saying that I was given an ARC copy in exchange for an honest review. These opinions are my own. Thank you so much to Kensington Books and NetGalley!

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