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Please note: For time reasons and because of where I’m taking this blog, this will be my last WWW Wednesday post. It’s been a pleasure <3 Read on, bookworms.
What I’m currently reading
I just started this yesterday, but I know Meldon. Expectations are high. Her books are like cake to me.
I’ve been really excited for this and only regret that I didn’t get to it sooner <3 The love is REAL
TO HELL AND BACK AGAIN
After her first real lesson in demonic cruelty, Moira Aurelia needs answers–and Severus craves revenge.
The only creature who can give them both is Diriel, who, having failed his mission, has fled back to Hell until the heat dies down.
Battered but not broken, Moira is ready to charge into the pit, fears be damned, because she trusts the incubus by her side–trusts him, cares for him, maybe even loves him. Severus, however, can’t stand the thought of leading his little hybrid into the abyss. Because in Hell, there isn’t just fire and brimstone and tortured human souls awaiting them, but his family, too.
And for Severus, there is no greater hell than family.
What I recently finished reading
I won’t say too much now because my review will be up next week 🙂 Colors of Immortality is a good debut with intriguing characters and an even more intriguing world. If the idea that a magical world exists alongside ours without us realising it appeals to you, you’ll want to check this out!
Daniel Thatcher has accepted some hard truths. He knows his parents are junkies, his ex-girlfriend’s a cheater, and he’s one write-up away from losing his job. But what he’s unwilling to accept is that his friend Tony skipped town for no reason. So when Daniel finds a map Tony left behind, he follows it to a remote section of the Cascade Mountains.
It’s a land filled with haunting shadows and crowded trees—an area untouched by man. Or so Daniel thinks. Not long after arriving in the woods, Daniel discovers inhabitants living in the heart of the forest. Despite their peculiar behavior, the reclusive residents posses an allure that goes far beyond their beauty. But beneath their lovely exterior rests a sinister secret, one that’s both lethal and tragic.
It seems the dead don’t always stay buried. Now Daniel’s forced to accept the hardest truth of all: monsters do exist, and if they have it their way, he’ll soon become one of them.
What I think I’ll read next
Because I’ve only just started Stalker I haven’t drawn a new read yet. Over the summer I want to read The Well of Ascension and The Hero of Ages by Brandon Sanderson, but I expect there’ll be something else first.
(In case you were wondering:
Yellow – Fantasy
Orange – Fiction
Blue – SciFi)
Have you read any of these and would like to chat about it? I look forward to hearing from you if you do – just leave a comment below and we can get this book club started!
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