November Wrap-Up

Hi guys! I’m here with my November Wrap-Up. I finally got out of the wretched reading slump that took hold of me in September. But I was also in danger of MAJOR book hangover this month, but I quickly overcame it. Anyways, on with the stats:•I read 15 books

•Read 1 devotional

•I DNF’d 1

•5,089 pages

The Allies by Jack Cavanaugh


This was an overall okay book. The characters weren’t my favorite at all, and the plot was super boring at times.

Make Every Day Count by Max Lucado


This is the devo I was talking about, and it was definitely worth the read. It was so inspirational, and it gave me a whole new perspective.

The Fever Code by James Dashner


Well this was a huge disappointment. Basically nothing happened. No action. Whatsoever. The thing that made me raise it to 2.5, is the huge secret that was revealed at the VERY end.

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins


I can’t even express my love for this series. This will forever have a very special place in my heart.

Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins


Ahwyeysjwjheheur this was AMAZING!!!!!! Read and watched this entire series in 4 days.

Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins


This is definitely what cause my major book hangover. I NEED MORE. That ending wasn’t enough to satisfy me! No joke I cried soooooo hard at the end of this. SOBBED.

Oy Yew by Ana Salote


This was an okay book. It was very interesting to see the new world Ana created. I’m definitely excited to read the next book.

Angel on the Square by Gloria Whelan


Eh. I was pretty much bored the majority of this book. Interesting to get an inside perspective to the Romanov family, though.

The Fellowship Of The Ring by JRR Tolkien


The writing really bogged me down. I hope to listen to the audiobook or read it when I’m in college, just not right now.

The Prophet of Yonwood by Jeanne DuPrau


This was such a cute story, even though the characters were a bit immature.

The Isle of the Lost by Melissa De La Cruz


This was definitely not what I was expecting….not my favorite I’ll tell you that. The plot and characters weren’t strong AT ALL.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by JK Rowling


Of course it’s 5 stars! What other could Harry Potter be? It was utterly brilliant!

What Light by Jay Asher


This was such a light and fluffy read! I just loved it so much!

Almost Home by Joan Bauer 


I found this to be quite boring, and the characters didn’t really have an depth to them.

Hollow City by Ransom Riggs


This was so good! Way outdid the first one, and it was just so original.

Library Of Souls by Ransom Riggs


This was amazing! Great end to an awesome series, and I can’t wait for the new trilogy to come out in 2017

Tales of the Peculiar by Ransom Riggs


Such an amazing add on to the series, and I loved learning more about Peculiardom.


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