I have been terrible about posting on this blog the past few months. I don’t think I’ve done a wrap up in a few months. Sorry everyone. I plan to be better now that I upgraded my computer and everything seems to be working better. I hope it lasts.
- The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins 4/5
- A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson 4/5
- The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg 4/5
- The Lovely Reckless by Kami Garcia 2/5
- The Birds by Daphne du Maurier 3/5
- Razorhurst by Justine Larbalestier 2/5
- Waistcoats & Weaponry by Gail Carriger 4/5
- Curtsies & Conspiracies by Gail Carriger 4/5
- Manners & Mutiny by Gail Carriger 4/5
- It Had to Be You by Jill Shalvis 3/5
- Forever and a Day by Jill Shalvis 3/5
- Enchanted Islands by Allison Amend 4/5
- Sudden Death by Alvaro Enrigue 1/5
- Animal Magnetism by Jill Shalvis 3/5
- Lift and Separate by Marilyn Simon Rothstein 3/5
That’s the run down for the month. I do really hope to keep up with blogging a bit better in 2017, both for dance and reading. Ta ta for now!
I rediscovered NetGalley this month and requested and got approval for a lot more books than I thought I would considering my newbie status. This can be a good thing, but in my case, it led to some reading stress.
- Past Perfect by Leila Sales 3/5
- Mates, Dates, and Inflatable Bras by Cathy Hopkins 3/5
- Rock Hard by Nalini Singh 2/5
- Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts On the Go… by Diana Rogers 3/5
- Ivy in Bloom by Vanita Oelschlager 5/5
- Don’t Dangle Your Participle by Vanita Oelschlager 4/5
- The Scam by Janet Evanovich 4/5
- Deal Breakers by Laura Lee 2/5
- Things I’ve Said to My Children by Nathan Ripperger 3/5
- Nick and Tesla’s High Voltage Danger Lab by Bob Pflugfelder 4/5 *Written review of first three books coming this month
- Coco and The Little Black Dress by Annemarie van Haeringen 3/5
- The Girl’s Guide to Getting Hitched by Sophie Hart 4/5
- Time’s Divide by Rysa Walker 5/5
- Tea Culture: History, Traditions, Celebrations, Recipes & More by Beverly Dubrin 4/5
- Flush by Carl Hiaason 4/5
- Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do by Tom Vanderbilt 4/5
- How To Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell 3/5
Off My Shelves
- My Faire Lady by Laura Wettersten 3/5
- Air Plants by Zenaida Sengo 4/5
Currently, I have about 6 books started and I’m not interested in any of them. I’m in a very funky mood, so we’ll see what happens in October. Happy reading!
Attention! Time’s Divide is the third book in a time travel series. Go and pick up Timebound (the first novel) if you like the sound of time travel. I don’t go into details in my review, but the Goodreads blurb is below.
The Cyrists are swiftly moving into position to begin the Culling, and Kate’s options are dwindling. With each jump to the past or the future, Kate may trigger a new timeline shift. Worse, the loyalties of those around her—including the allegiances of Kiernan and the Fifth Column, the shadowy group working with Kate—are increasingly unclear.
Kate will risk everything, including her life, to prevent the future her grandfather and the Cyrists have planned. But, when time runs out, it may take an even bigger sacrifice to protect the people she loves.
This was one of my must reads of 2015 and it didn’t disappoint! These books are so complicated. I’m not sure how the author kept all the timelines and shifts and jumps in clear in her head to write this. I’m completely amazed.
As far as I’m concerned, this is doing time travel right. I love the historical details of the time periods and the different historical people. The ending was as good as it gets when you have a story as complicated as this one. I recommend marathoning all three or you will forget details (as I did). Totally worth a read.
Giant thank you to the publishers and to NetGalley for providing this eBook in exchange for an honest review. You made my year.