Wednesday, May 24

Review: How Hard Can Love Be? (The Spinster Club #2)

How Hard Can Love Be? (The Spinster Club #2)
Holly Bourne

Published By: Usbourne Publishing
Publication Date: February 1, 2016
Date Read: April 9, 2017
Genre: YA - Contemporary Romance
Source: Bought
Format: Paperback
Pages: 480
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From Goodreads:
Amber, Evie and Lottie: three girls facing down tough issues with the combined powers of friendship, feminism and cheesy snacks. Both hilarious and heart-rending, this is Amber’s story of how painful – and exhilarating – love can be, following on from Evie’s story in Am I Normal Yet?

All Amber wants is a little bit of love. Her mum has never been the caring type, even before she moved to California, got remarried and had a personality transplant. But Amber's hoping that spending the summer with her can change all that.

And then there's prom king Kyle, the guy all the girls want. Can he really be interested in anti-cheerleader Amber? Even with best friends Evie and Lottie's advice, there's no escaping the fact: love is hard.

"Failure is never getting hurt. Because that means you've not done anything you care about."

I've been a major fan of Holly Bourne ever since I read her debut Soulmates, which totally blew me away. The first book in The Spinster Club series, Am I Normal Yet? was one of my favourite books of 2015. I am really kicking myself now for not continuing this series sooner. Amber's story was amazing. I loved every single moment of it and I can't wait to read Lottie's story.

Amber can't wait for the summer, where she is jetting off to sunny California to see her Mum, whom she hasn't seen for 2 years since she jetted off with her new husband and didn't look back. While there Amber realises that things aren't quite as she expected and when she meeets gorgeous all-American Prom King Kyle she falls hard. But can Kyle honestly like tall, ginger Amber over the gorgeous American girls?

I loved How Hard Can Love Be? so much. Once I started reading it, it was very very hard to put down. I pretty much read the whole thing in one sitting. Amber is such an amazing main character and I loved reading about her story. I couldn't read it fast enough. Holly is such an amazing author. Every book of hers she has sucked me in and I have been so addicted to the stories she tells. They are amazing love stories but with something so much more as well. I particularly love the hard hitting issues that she tackled in this series. From a main character suffering from OCD in book 1 to Amber's alcoholic mother in this one. These books are without a doubt a must-read.

I cannot profess my love for this book enough. It was just absolutely phenomenal. I loved the setting of an American summer camp. It brought laughter, tears and romance to the book which to me just made it all the more perfect. I loved Kyle so much. The more I read of the book the more I fell head over heels in love with him. I adored that he wasn't the usual 'bad boy' that you find in YA books. He was just a perfectly adorable kind guy and I loved that. I loved them Kyle and Amber and I really hope they crop up again in the next book. I could have easily read a much longer book about their adventures together. I adored them.

How Hard Can Love Be? was one of my favourite reads of the year so far and I can't wait to continue the series. If you haven't read this series yet I highly recommend it. It was so amazing.

"Be you. It's all you can ever be anyway. But own being you. It's a fab thing to own."

Wednesday, May 17

Review: Annabel (Delirium #0.5)

Annabel (Delirium #0.5)
Lauren Oliver

Published By: Harper Collins
Publication Date: December 26, 2012
Date Read: Febriary 27, 2017
Genre: YA - Dystopia
Source: Bought
Format: E-Book
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From Goodreads:
Lena's mother, Annabel, has always been a mystery—a ghost in Lena's past. Until now.

Discover her secrets in Lauren Oliver's brilliant original digital story set in the world of New York Times bestsellers Delirium and Pandemonium.

Lena Halloway's mother, Annabel, supposedly committed suicide when Lena was only six years old. That's the lie that Lena grew up believing, but the truth is very different. As a rebellious teenager, Annabel ran away from home and straight into the man she knew she was destined to marry. The world was different then—the regulations not as stringent, the cure only a decade old. Fast forward to the present, and Annabel is consigned to a dirty prison cell, where she nurtures her hope of escape and scratches one word over and over into the walls: Love.

But Annabel, like Lena, is a fighter. Through chapters that alternate between her past and present, Annabel reveals the story behind her failed cures, her marriage, the births of her children, her imprisonment, and, ultimately, her daring escape.

Annabel is a novella that I have had on my kindle for what feels like forever. I remember reading Delirium years ago and loving it so much so I bought the novellas as soon as they released but for some reason I just never read them. I am so glad I finally decided to read them as I enjoyed reading this prequel novella.

Annabel tells the story of Lena's mother. I am really glad that I didn't read this before Delirium as I feel it would have spoilt the book for me but I did enjoy reading Annabel's story. It's told in both the past when not everyone has the cure as it's just been perfected and in the present day when she is in a cell just living for the day that she can escape and be with other uncured people.

Annabel was a cute and intriguing novella. It is very short and something you can read in about half an hour. It definitely gave me more insight into the Delirium series and I can't wait to read more of the series.

Wednesday, May 10

Review: Before I Fall

Before I Fall
Lauren Oliver

Published By: Hodder and Straughton
Publication Date: July 22, 2010
Date Read: February 26, 2017
Genre: YA - Contemporary
Source: Bought
Format: Paperback
Pages: 344
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From Goodreads:
They say ‘live every day as if it’s your last’—but you never actually think it's going to be. At least I didn't.

The thing is, you don’t get to know when it happens. You don’t remember to tell your family that you love them or—in my case—remember to say goodbye to them at all.

But what if, like me, you could live your last day over and over again? Could you make it perfect? If your whole life flashed before your eyes, would you have no regrets? Or are there some things you’d want to change...?

"Here's another thing to remember: hope keeps you alive. Even when you're dead, it's the only thing that keeps you alive."

Before I Fall is a book that has been sat on my bookshelf for what feels like forever. After seeing the trailer for the movie adaptation I finally decided to give this one a go. I am now totally kicking myself for not reading this book sooner. I fell head over heels in love with this book. I just couldn't put it down.

Before I Fall tells the story of Sam, a teenage girl who is in a car accident with her friends only to wake up the following day reliving the same day again. Sam is stuck in a sort of time-loop, reliving the day over and over again and she needs to find out why. Can she save herself? Or is it someone else that she needs to save?

Sam was a very interesting character to follow through this story. I wasn't really a big fan of her at first. I enjoyed reading about her but she was kind of a bitch. She is the epitome of popular mean girl in an American high school. However the more she experiences the same day over and over the more she grows as a character and realises that her actions previously are unacceptable and what effect her actions have on the other kids. By the end of the book I really liked her and all I wanted was for her to have a happy ending.

Lauren Oliver is fast becoming an author I loved. Prior to this book I had read Delirium, which I loved and Panic, which I also liked. Her writing style is just so mesmerising and addictive. I loved every moment of this book and the more I read the more I just couldn't put it down. Lauren sucked me in with her amazing story telling skills and I couldn't wait to see what was going to happen.

Before I Fall is definitely one of the most emotional books I have read in a while. The more I read the more I fell in love with this story and these characters and the more I needed things to work out for them. It's such a moving story and tackles such hard issues such as bullying, depression and suicide. These are hard topics to tackle in a YA novel but Lauren does is effortlessly with a lot of tact. She is the perfect author to tackle these hard issues as she does it in such a real yet sensitive way.

Before I Fall was a phenomenal novel and I am so happy I finally read it. I can't wait to see the movie of this book and I really hope that they do it justice because it's such a fantastic book. If you're looking for a contemporary novel that is emotional, sensitive and beautiful then this is the book for you. Read it. You won't be disappointed.

"Maybe you can afford to wait. Maybe for you there's a tomorrow. Maybe for you there's one thousand tomorrows, or three thousand, or ten, so much time you can bathe in it, roll around it, let it slide like coins through you fingers. So much time you can waste it.
But for some of us there's only today. And the truth is, you never really know."

Wednesday, May 3

Wrap Up: April 2017

Hey guys,
Can you believe its May already? This year is going soooo fast. April was a pretty awesome month. I got to re-read two favourite books and my most anticipated book of the year was delivered almost a week early. EEP!

Book Haul:


Replica (Replica #1) by Lauren Oliver
Roseblood by AG Howard
Perfect (Flawed #2) by Cecelia Ahern
A Court of Wings and Ruin (A Court of Thorns and Roses #3) by Sarah J Maas


I was very lucky to get an ARC of The Dead List by JLA but unfortunately was unable to read it due to my very major phobia being a main theme in this one *sad face*

Books Read in April 2017:

How Hard Can Love Be? (Spinsted Club #2) by Holly Bourne - 5 Stars
What's A Girl Gotta Do? (Spinster Club #3) by Holly Bourne - 3 Stars
Blood Warrior (Alexa Montgomery #1) by HD Gordon - 5 Stars *RE-READ*
A Court of Thorns and Roses (A Court of Thorns and Roses #1) by Sarah J Maas - 5 Stars *RE-READ*
A Court of Mist and Fury (A Court of Thorns and Roses #2) by Sarah J Maas - 5 Stars *RE-READ*
A Court of Wings and Ruin (A Court of Thorns and Roses #3) by Sarah J Maas - 5 Stars

Reviews Posted in April 2017:

2017 Challenges Update:

This year I am challenging myself to:
  • The Totally Doable 2017 Reading Challenge
  • The 2017 Debut Author Challenge
  • The 2017 'Continue a Series' Challenge
  • The Zoella Book Club Challenge
The Totally Doable 2017 Reading Challenge

I am so happy with my progress in this challenge so far this year. Like last month rather than selecting books for the categories I just read what I wanted and then saw if any of them fit.

This month I read:

A Court of Thorns and Roses (Reread a book you rated 5 stars in 2015)
What's A Girl Gotta Do? (A book set in the UK)

Challenge Total: 8/12

The 2017 Debut Author Challenge

I didn't read any books for this challenge this month so I'm hoping to continue with this series next month.
Challenge Total: 1/5
The 2017 'Continue a Series' Challenge
This month I read book 2 and 3 in the Spinster Club Series by Holly Bourne, making this my second series completed for this challenge.
Challenge Update: 2/5

The Zoella Book Club Challenge

No further update on this challenge. I'm hoping to read more in May.
Challenge Total: 5/16
Top 3 Books of April 2017:


What did you read this month?

Monday, May 1

Early Review: A Court of Wings and Ruin (A Court of Thorns and Roses #3)

A Court of Wings and Fury (A Court of Thorns and Roses #3)
Sarah J Maas

Published By: Bloomsbury
Publication Date: May 2, 2017
Date Read: April 30, 2017
Genre: NA - Fantasy
Source: Bought
Format: Hardback
Pages: 699
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From Goodreads:
Looming war threatens all Feyre holds dear in the third volume of the #1 New York Times bestselling A Court of Thorns and Roses series.

Feyre has returned to the Spring Court, determined to gather information on Tamlin's maneuverings and the invading king threatening to bring Prythian to its knees. But to do so she must play a deadly game of deceit-and one slip may spell doom not only for Feyre, but for her world as well.

As war bears down upon them all, Feyre must decide who to trust amongst the dazzling and lethal High Lords-and hunt for allies in unexpected places.

In this thrilling third book in the #1 New York Times bestselling series from Sarah J. Maas, the earth will be painted red as mighty armies grapple for power over the one thing that could destroy them all.

"To the stars who listen - and the dreams that are answered."

There are no words to describe just how flipping excited I was to get this book. Sarah J Maas has been one of my all time favourite authors ever since her debut novel Throne of Glass came out. I have read and loved all of her books but not one series captures my heart like this one. I was both excited and terrified when A Court of Wings and Ruin landed on my doorstep. I couldn't believe it had been delivered so early and couldn't wait to dive in but I was so not ready for Feyre and Rhys' story to be over. A Court of Wings and Ruin was utterly perfect. I loved every single moment.

A Court of Mist and Fury left us with such a major cliffhanger with Feyre going into the enemy camp of the Spring Court. I was so worried about how much acting Feyre was going to have to do with Tamlin to make him believe that she was truly back. I needn't have worried because Sarah executed everything perfectly. This series is one of the most expertly planned and weaved storylines I have ever had the pleasure of reading. Sarah is definitely one phenomenal author and she is one that I will read whatever she writes regardless of what it is. I love her books so much. A Court of Wings and Ruin has so many twists and turns I didn't see coming and I love when an author can do that. I usually guess what's going to happen so many times that I am absolutely thrilled that I couldn't do that in this one. That to me is a sign of an amazing author.

Feyre is such a badass. Of course we knew this already from the previous books in this series but in A Court of Wings and Ruin she really takes her 'bad-assery' to a whole other level. When you look at how Feyre was in the first book of the series there is no mistaking the amount she has grown as a character throughout these three books. She is wonderful and perfect. A total badass who is willing to do whatever needs to be done to win the war but she also shows a perfect balance of that and the emotion she feels for her sisters, Rhys and her court.

A Court of Wings and Ruin was without a doubt the most emotional fantasy novel I've ever read. I often get so caught up in the action that I sometimes don't feel some of the heartbreak and emotion of war in a lot of fantasy novels. This was absolutely not the case. I sobbed. A lot! I was completely and utterly heartbroken at a few times within this book. I don't think I've cried that much at a book in such a long time. Sarah completely puts your heart through the wringer in this one but trust in her. The heartbreak is totally worth it because the ending was utterly perfect.

A Court of Wings and Ruin was utterly perfect. I couldn't have asked for a more amazing novel and ending for Feyre's story. I am so so excited for more from Prythian and I already have my guesses and theories about who the next books will centre around but I'm keeping that to myself for now. You'll find no spoilers here. Sorry to disappoint. Now stop reading this review and just go and read the damn book! I'm just gonna go over here and sit in the worst book hangover I think I have ever had. Go and savour and treasure this perfect book. It's worth every tear.

"I would have waited five hundred more years for you. A thousand years. And if this was all the time we were allowed to have... the wait was worth it."

Wednesday, April 26

Review: Lying About Last Summer

Lying About Last Summer
Sue Wallman

Published By: Scholastic UK
Publication Date: May 5, 2016
Date Read: February 5, 2017
Genre: YA - Thriller
Source: Bought
Format: Paperback
Pages: 272
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From Goodreads:
You can't hide the truth forever.

Skye is looking for an escape from the reality of last summer when her sister died in a tragic accident. Her parents think that a camp for troubled teenagers might help her process her grief. All of the kids at the summer camp have lost someone close, but is bringing them together such a good idea? And can everyone at camp be trusted? 

When Skye starts receiving text messages from someone pretending to be her dead sister, she knows it's time to confront the past. But what if the danger is right in front of her?

Lying About Last Summer was a book I picked up as part of my Zoella Book Club challenge. I'm aiming to read all of the books included in the first 2 rounds of Zoella's Book Club this year. Lying About Last Summer is a mystery/thriller which is usually not my kind of book, however after reading and loving Jennifer Armentrout's recent thriller, Till Death, and loving it I decided to try reading more of this genre. I really enjoyed Lying About Last Summer. It wasn't the best book I've ever read but it was a nice quick and enjoyable read.

Skye has been suffering ever since her sister died in a drastic accident last summer. Now she is at summer camp for bereaved teens. Skye doesn't really want to be there and she doesn't want to talk about what happened last summer. But then her private messaging group she had with only her sister becomes active... with messaged from her dead sister. Who is pretending to be Skye's sister? And what do they want?

Lying About Last Summer was a short and enjoyable read. It was very much a page turner. I couldn't wait to see what was going to happen and read this book pretty quick. I was interested and I liked the characters. I wouldn't personally call this book a thriller. I would consider it more a mystery than a thriller and I did really enjoy it.

I personally didn't find mtself emotionally involved in this book as I get with most books. It was good, it was enjoyable and I couldn't wait to see what happened but I felt like it was with a more detached feeling rather than associating with the characters and being addicted to the book as I usually get.

Lying About Last Summer was a good, enjoyable read. If you're a fan of mystery/thriller books then I have no doubt you will love this book. I enjoyed it and I will definitely look out for more from this author.

Wednesday, April 19

Review: Sacrifice (Elementals #5)

Sacrifice (Elementals #5)
Brigid Kemmerer

Published By: K-Teen
Publication Date: September 30, 2014
Date Read: January 30, 2017
Genre: YA - Paranormal Romance
Source: Bought
Format: Paperback
Pages: 324
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From Goodreads:
Earth. Fire. Air. Water.

One misstep and they lose it all. For the last time.

Michael Merrick understands pressure. He's the only parent his three brothers have had for years. His power to control Earth could kill someone if he miscalculates. Now an Elemental Guide has it in for his family, and he's all that stands in the way.

His girlfriend, Hannah, understands pressure too. She's got a child of her own, and a job as a firefighter that could put her life in danger at any moment.

But there are people who have had enough of Michael's defiance, his family's 'bad luck'. Before he knows it, Michael's enemies have turned into the Merricks' enemies, and they're armed for war.

They're not interested in surrender. But Michael isn't the white flag type anyway. Everything is set for the final showdown.

Four elements, one family. Will they hold together, or be torn apart?

The Elementals series has fast become one of my favourites. From the moment I started reading the second one I have just devoured the entire series, and now here I am writing my review for the final book in the series and feeling very bittersweet. I loved every single second of this series but I was definitely not ready to say goodbye to these amazing characters and this incredible story.

Right from reading the first novella in this series, Elemental, I couldn't wait to read Michael's full length novel. I fell in love with Michael right at the start of the series and this book just cemented that love all the more. All Michael has ever wanted was his family safe and his love for his brothers shines through this book so much. This book is much more about the family bonds than the romance like the other books and it made me love it so much more.

Sacrifice is without a doubt one of the most heart-tugging of the books. Things happen that really broke me and I just couldn't put the book down. I just needed to see if it was all going to be okay. Brigid really does bring all the emotion for this finale of the Elementals series.

I loved every second of this series and although this one made me sob like a baby it was phenomenal. It was the perfect ending to the series and although I wish she would write more, even just a novella to see what they're all up to, I absolutely loved the ending. It was perfect and it was optomistic and hopeful for the future of Elementals.

If you haven't started this series then what the heck are you waiting for? It's a definite must read. I am so glad I finally read this series. It is was up there with my favourite series, Covenant by JLA, as series I will happily re-read over and over again if I only had the time. It was perfect and Brigid has definitely gone on my auto-buy list. I can't wait to read more from her.

Wednesday, April 12

Review: Trust (Wrong #3)

Trust (Wrong #3)
Jana Aston

Publication Date: November 8, 2016
Date Read: January 27, 2017
Genre: NA - Contemporary Romance
Source: Bought
Format: E-Book
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From Goodreads:
“Knock knock!”
“Um… Who’s there?”

Yeah. That was me, on my last date. Before you feel sorry for me
you should know that I was the one telling the jokes. Jokes as in
plural, because I didn’t stop with just one. Of course not.

Hi, I’m Chloe Scott. The most awkward single girl in the city.
But I’m going to get it together. I am.

I’m going to learn how to date like a grown up.
I’m going to have an orgasm not given to myself.
I’m going to fall in love and live happily ever after.

Right after I get out of this interrogation room.

"This kiss is the best of my life. Every kiss with Chloe is the best kiss of my life."

I cannot believe just how fast I am getting through this series. Considering I am not usually a fan of NA books this is book 4 and I have read all of them in a week. They are so addictive and I was so exicted to read Chloe's story.

Chloe suffers from anxiety which makes dating a nightmare. Everytime she gets nervous she starts cracking really bad jokes. This is probably why she is still single. Then she meets Boyd. Her friend, Sophie's brother and he is a federal agent. Chloe feels so nervous everytime she sees him. I mean she is bound to when she is obsessed with crime shows, especially ones with hot FBI agents. Boyd has never met someone like Chloe and so he persuades her that he needs a favour from her. Pretend to be his girlfriend for a family wedding. It's not real so she has no need to be nervous, but as Chloe keeps doing favours for Boyd she is convinced it's all pretend... but is it for Boyd?

I loved this book so much. I really associated with Chloe so much. Her anxiety and the barriers that came with it. She made me laugh and I loved seeing her point of view. Boyd was just the sweetest guy. He is so amazing and patient and I loved all of the favours he kept coming up with that Chloe owed him and he owed her just so he could spend time with her, the real her where she is relaxed and not nervous and anxious. It was so beautiful watching them fall for each other but with Chloe having no idea what was really happening.

Trust was a much more romantic book than the others in the series. In the other books the sex is such a major part of the romance starting. Like the characters have sex very early on and then they start falling for each other but this one was so much more beautiful watching them fall for each other first. It was so romantic and beautiful.

I adored this book so much. Once again Jana Aston knocked it out of the part and gave a fantastic and amazing book. I am so so sad that I have no more of her books left to read. I have loved reading them all so much and I cannot wait for her next book. Regardless of what it is you can guarantee I will be reading it. I love her books so much and I cannot recommend them enough. Go pick them up now!

"Her confidence is safe with me. I want to protect it, cultivate it. Watch her flourish."

Wednesday, April 5

Review: Fling (Wrong #2.5)

Fling (Wrong #2.5)
Jana Aston

Published On: November 1, 2016
Date Read: January 25, 2017
Genre: NA - Contemporary Romance
Source: Bought
Format: E-Book
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From Goodreads:
I have a crush on my boss’ best friend.
At least it’s not my brother’s best friend.
Or my best friend’s brother.
Or… never mind. It’s all pretty cliche.

And worse? My boss’ best friend is his business partner. Which sort of makes him my boss too. Okay - it’s not sort of. It’s definite. Gabe Laurent is off limits. Totally off limits.

Which is fine. I make do with my imagination. He’ll never know. Ever. Unless my work bestie passes me an eighties-style teen movie sex quiz during a meeting and I fill it out.

And it ends up in Gabe’s hands…

"Jesus fuck, am I going to have to resort to getting girl advice from my gay assistant?"

I was so so excited to see that Fling was a novella with the story of Sandra and Gabe. I absolutely loved both of them when they popped up in the second book in the Wrong series, Right. Fling happens around the same time as the events in Right and they really cross over. I loved seeing all of the characters that I fell in love with in the previous books too.

Sandra has been crushing on Gabe for 2 years. Ever since she got a job at the company that he co-owns. He's not her boss but he's her boss' best friend and she just can't go there. When her best friend at work passes her a hilarious made up sex quiz in a meeting Sandra answers the questions... including who in this room would you most want to have sex with... she never imagined that it would be picked up and handed to the guy she named on that sex quiz. Now she is dying of embarassment... but at least it was anonymous!

I loved this novella. Ever since I was introduced to Sandra and Gabe in the second book of the series I so wanted them to get together and I couldn't wait to see how everything went down. One of my favourite parts of this novella was the fact that we got to see Everly and Sawyer again and we saw just how much Everly's meddling played a part in Gabe and Sandra's story. I loved that.

I loved Fling way more than the previous two novels in this series. I love the characters but even more than that I loved the fact that this is told from split points of view. All the way through reading both Wrong and Right I so wanted to read some of it from the guy's POV and to see that in this we got Sandra and Gabe's point of view I just loved it and it made the book just so much better in my opinion. I loved it so much.

My only complaint about Fling is that I really wish it was a full length novel rather than a novella. It really wasn't long enough. Gabe and Sandra are without a doubt my favourite characters in this series and as much as I loved getting to just see their story I wish that it had been much much longer.

Fling was perfect, and definitely my favourite book in the Wrong series so far. It was hilarious, cute and romantic. I loved every second of it and I cannot wait to read the next book in the series. I really hope Sandra and Gabe will pop up a few times so I can see my favourite characters.

"Women are complex creatures, Gabe. They think it means something when a man takes his sweet-ass time asking her on a date. They think it means you’re just interested in the sex. Obviously that’s not the case here, as based on the way you look at that girl it’s clear you’re already half in love with her."

Monday, April 3

Wrap Up: March 2017

Hey Guys,
Can you believe that March is over already? I can't believe how quick this year is flying by. March was a bit of a slow reading month for me, so I'm hoping April will be better.

Book Haul:


Beauty and the Beast: Book of the Film
The Struggle (Titan #3) by Jennifer L Armentrout
Big Little Lies by Liana Moriarty
On The Other Side by Carrie Hope Fletcher
Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver
Rooms by Lauren Oliver
Wintersong by S Jae Jones
Red Sister (Book of the Ancestor #1) by Mark Lawrence 

Mercy (Guardians #1) by Wendy Saunders

Books Read in March 2017

The Struggle (Titan #2) by Jennifer L Armentrout - 5 Stars
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Harry Potter #2) by JK Rowling - 5 Stars

Reviews Posted in March 2017:

2017 Challenges Update:

This year I am challenging myself to:
  • The Totally Doable 2017 Reading Challenge
  • The 2017 Debut Author Challenge
  • The 2017 'Continue a Series' Challenge
  • The Zoella Book Club Challenge
The Totally Doable 2017 Reading Challenge

 I am so happy with my progress in this challenge so far this year. Like last month rather than selecting books for the categories I just read what I wanted and then saw if any of them fit.

This month I read:

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Illustrated Edition (a book with a name in the title)

Challenge Total: 6/12

The 2017 Debut Author Challenge


I didn't read any books for this challenge this month so I'm hoping to continue with this series next month.
Challenge Total: 1/5

The 2017 'Continue A Series' Challenge

Again I didn't end up reading anything for this challenge this month. 

Challenge Total: 1/5

The Zoella Book Club Challenge

 No further update on this challenge. I'm hoping to read more in April.

Challenge Total: 5/16

There's no top 3 of April as I only read 2 books however my favourite read of the month was...

What was your favourite read of March?