Book Lists

Highlights From The Books I Read This Summer

Here are the highlights from all the books I read this summer! Check out all the books I read here.

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Book Lists

All The Books I Read This Summer

I read 26 books this summer. Let’s talk about it!

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Wrap-Ups

July Wrap-Up | Insane (for me) Reading Month

August is here and I am actually shook. Where has the summer gone I feel cheated. I read 18 “books” (on Goodreads) but they make up both novels and novellas. It was an insane reading month and at one point I was reading a book and a half a day. However, this is where it ends – I really don’t want to be reading this much fiction, and I’m going to be focusing more of my time on reading non-fiction or procrastinating reading non-fiction or trying to win (but consistently losing) at Monopoly.

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P-Q-R-S-T Books! | Top 5 Tuesday

Hello everyone, welcome back to another Top 5 Tuesday post! The titles with these letters are mostly really amazing and I can’t wait to share them with you all.

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Book Reviews, Historical-Fic

The Prodigal Daughter

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Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I went into this book thinking it was going to be a usual historical-fiction book, something to do with the war or perhaps the suffragette movement. In all honesty, I don’t even think I read the blurb properly, I just saw my friend gave it 5 stars and recommended it to me, so I found it on Overdrive and borrowed it immediately.

At first I was slightly bored because the story seemed to just be about her father Abel’s life and his business, which I think might have been as a recap for the first book in this series so you don’t have to read the first book (although I would recommend that if you were planning on reading Kane and Abel to read that book first). But then the spotlight shifted to Florentyna.

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