December Wrap-Up


I’m currently writing this, one hour away from midnight before New Year’s day. I am extremely excited for the new year as I have a ton of things planned, both for my blog as well as my Instagram, which you can follow here.

December was a fun time. I doubted that I had enough time to read a few more books before the year ended and instead of two which I had set my heart on, it ended up with three different types of books!

  1. Fireside Chat with a Grammar Nazi Serial Killer by Ryan Suvaal

    This makes me wonder what the protagonist would be like if she was an English teacher.

    A serial killer that targets only writers decided to appear on an internet talk show. She shares about the method to her madness, her victims and it ends with a very surprising twist!

    A short psychological thriller that is sure to keep you up all night!

    You can read my review of it here!

  2.  The Dark Prophecy (Trials of Apollo,#2) by Rick Riordan

    If I’m not mistaken, I started this either early this year or somewhere in May only for it to be ignored until recently.

    I’ve been an avid reader of Riordan’s work (except Kane Chronicles, I’m not a fan of Egyptian mythologies) and I love how he includes characters from his previous works. For me, the Trials of Apollo series is one of the hardest to love since Apollo isn’t a very likable character. I didn’t feel for any of the characters in the story either however it was mentions of characters from the Heroes of Olympus series that made me continue this series.

    You can read my full review of it here!

Agate Memory (Bronze Rebellion, #3) by L.C. Perry

You’d probably think that the writer might place less emphasis on some events when there’s so many things going on in the story. Perry is sure to prove you wrong!

Agate Memory is the third in the Bronze Rebellion series and as much as I loved the last book, I can’t help but to think every book is better than the previous one.

In this book, the king and queen orders for the rebels and traitors to be slaughtered, innocent citizens’ life are at risk and the slaves continue slaving away in the underground. Irene, determined to put an end to this and to receive her right as queen, returns to the castle, only to find out about more things that her parents were hiding from her.

You can read my full review of it here!

That is all for 2018. I’m thankful to have you guys here to enjoy my passion with me. Cheers to more bookish content in 2019!


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