https://youtu.be/VjlCXYX5pU8 The books, Funko POPs, and movies I picked up in July!
I went into this novel with a little trepidation. I had heard some people say it was excellent, while others hated this first entry. Luckily, I'm firmly in the former camp. The first novel in The Dark Tower series, the story revolves around the titular gunslinger (Roland Deschain) as he traverses his world to find… Continue reading The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1) by Stephen King | Book Review
This book had me hooked from the first page. The story follows Audra Kinney, a woman who has left her abusive husband and is taking her kids to San Diego to start a new life. On her way there, though, she's pulled over by a police officer and arrested. After being incarcerated, she's told there… Continue reading Here and Gone by Haylen Beck | Book Review
I went in expecting this novel to end in a certain way. To my pleasant surprise, it took me on a rollercoaster ride of thrills and suspense. Final Girls follows Quincy Carpenter, a woman who was the only person who survived a horrific massacre when she was younger. Quincy is one of three Final Girls,… Continue reading Final Girls by Riley Sager | Book Review
This book blew my mind. It's both simple, yet extremely complex. Atwood's writing is beautifully descriptive, and I was instantly sucked into her dystopian (and eerily prescient) world. I connected with Offred, the narrator of the story, and was both fascinated and saddened by her tale. I wanted her to be happy, but knew that… Continue reading The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood | Book Review
https://youtu.be/ATS0COt69B0 Today I unbox the July 2017 Book of the Month Club box! Watch and see which books I chose! If you would like to join BOTM, use my affiliate link to save money and score a super cool tote bag!https://www.mybotm.com/kxn72rm0wleuerk9
https://youtu.be/11sJianB968 Today I show you all of the cool, geeky stuff I picked up in June!
I thoroughly enjoyed my time spent with Ninth City Burning. The story is set in Ninth City, one of only twelve cities left on Earth. The Valentines have wiped out the majority of the citizens, and the ones left behind are training to wage a war against this abominable group. Luckily, they have thelemity (magic)… Continue reading Ninth City Burning by J. Patrick Black | Book Review
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBcgKGVVul4&feature=youtu.be Today I cover the six books I read in the month of June. Genres include horror, memoirs, YA contemporary, and magical realism. BOOKS MENTIONED: Shockaholic by Carrie Fisher: http://amzn.to/2t8VMMg Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me. by Lily Collins: http://amzn.to/2tBD01l Virgins by Diana Gabaldon: http://amzn.to/2sE7Ly6 Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira: http://amzn.to/2tBDnst The Ocean at the… Continue reading June 2017 Reading Wrap-Up!
I can honestly say this is genuinely one of the most terrifying novels I've ever read. The plot follows a group of seven kids (and also when they're adults) as they face off a malevolent force that has taken a hold of their hometown Derry, Maine. Every twenty-seven years, IT awakens and goes on a… Continue reading IT by Stephen King | Book Review