Hello, book lovers.
It’s the eve of the new year. All I’ve got is: WOWZERS. This one has been a doozy.
Alas, here we are. End of December. Sunsets are still happening too early. 9PM feels like midnight. So at 5PM, with a glass of wine, strawberry, because it’s so forking goooood, here is the Sundown Rundown. This is everything I’ve read this week; a good opportunity to catch up on some reviews you might’ve missed.
Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
What do you do when your memories aren’t real? Evie Dasher lives in a world where Luxen and human coexist, but it’s not easy. Meeting Luc who’s neither human nor Luxen, her life is turned upside down. What she thought she knew turns out to be only lies and while Luc’s nothing but annoying and complete trouble, he helps her figure out the truth about her life.
Author: J. R. R. Tolkien
Bilbo Baggins, a hobbit of Bag End, is contracted by wizard, Gandalf, and a group of dwarves to help take back their home from a dangerous dragon and steal back their treasures.
Author: Brenna Yovanoff
Being the daughter of a fallen angel and a demon is hard enough, but traipsing around on Earth is even harder. But, Daphne must in order to find her brother. The last person who saw him, a human, may be the only one that can help her.
Author: Susan Dennard
In the Victorian age, zombies raid the streets and cemeteries. A necromancer commands them. Only a unique group may know how to stop them.
Author: Stephanie Garber
Though the magic seems real, don’t allow yourself to be swept away. It’s only just a game.
Author: Michael Cunningham
These fairytales that we’ve always known come with a twist. Even the villains we know have a story. The princesses have an after-happily ever after and it’s not all it’s cracked up to be.
Author: Mitch Albom
Father Time must help two lost souls realize the great importance and gift of time before it’s too late for him…and for them.
Author: Elizabeth Chandler
Tristan and Ivy have a powerful love. The kid that last beyond forever, but then Tristan dies in a car accident. Ivy is utterly lost. Tristan has come back as angel with one mission. Protect her at any cost, even if that means letting her go.
Favorite Book: Caraval was by far my favorite my and definitely sits up on my favorites shelf. I was completely hypnotized by everything in this book. It was just so beautifully written, so vibrant, and completely enthralling. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series, Legendary.
Least Favorite Book: Something Strange and Deadly fell so much farther than I thought it would’ve. I didn’t have many expectations from it, but I thought it would’ve been better than it was. I like zombies and necromancy. They’re interesting subjects, but this book was too vague and repetitive on it. I just wasn’t into this one.
So, that’s it. I hope you all have had a good December and a spectacular year. See you in the new year!!
More to come soon…
Thoughts? Let me know in the comments below.