I am just curious as to what you are reading. I am working on my list of “to-read” books. I hate scrolling through 50 eleven reviews on Amazon, so I thought I’d ask you. I am currently ready the squeal to Alex’s Girl , Lost Then Found by Teleth. I found Teleth on WordPress and fell in love with her work. She is on Wattpad too. I finished Iron Cast by Destiny Soria a few months ago. It is unique and action packed read. I definitely suggest reading it.
I just finished the Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J. Maas. They were uniquely original, suspenseful, and at times, emotional. I definitely suggest this series. There are three now but I think a fourth one is coming out in May and I cannot wait. In the meantime I may check out her other series.
I finally read Stephen King’s The Gunslinger. I have not seen the movie though. Honestly, if the movie was based solely on the first book, I would not even want to watch it at all. The book was…overrated! Or maybe I had high hopes because of the movie. Don’t get me wrong, it was a perfectly fine book, but that was it. I feel like I would need to read the whole series to appreciate it fully. I have no interest in reading any more. So, I’ll just leave it at that. Looking forward to the movie, though it is said to be a combination of all books and a prequel.
I have read alot of LGBT works by Harper Bliss. I am currently trying to make it through The Bone Witch by Rin Chupeco. It is not exactly what I expected. Granted, I am on only chapter 8, I still have yet to find anything about the story to keep my interest. So far I can tell it is a story about how a young girl became a bone witch. There is no excitement, no action. There was a little drama but it was short lived.I would expect a book about a witch to be more exciting is all.
I may go ahead and start The Five Warriors by Angela J. Ford. It has great reviews and seems exciting. I still have Queen Sugar on my list but am not sure when I want to read it since the show is so good. I am conflicted. Maybe I will wait until the show ends to read the book.