It’s time again for the Calendar Girls monthly blog event where we take some time to discuss our favorite books in a certain category chosen by our lovely hosts Flavia the Bibliophile and Melanie Noell Bernard. I was very out of sorts at the beginning of February and completely forgot to post, then when I came around to it I got distracted *winces* my bad. But if you are like me and are very forgetful, or you are just jumping in now, you’re welcome to join this event at any time (just click one of the lady’s links above to find out more!).
This month’s theme is Best Book with an Active War and let me tell you what, it was more difficult challenge than I thought mainly because I haven’t read any war-themed books as of late. Continue reading “Calendar Girls – Best Book With an Active War” →
Happy New Year everyone! I am so excited to be participating in my first blogger event, Calendar Girls, hosted by the amazing bloggers Flavia and Melanie (not forgetting everyone else who is participating, I am just not 100% certain who that is yet)! The theme for this first month is Best Debut Author of 2016.
I chose this book for a few reasons. After reading some not-so-fantastic kindle books and a few others (that I won’t mention here) of which I was not a fan, I had spiraled into a miserable reading slump. I’d received an ARC of this book from the publisher for review, and I was expecting the worst (only because of my bad luck those few months, it happens to everyone) but I was very pleasantly surprised! I started, and finished it in just under 3 days because I couldn’t put it down! I think that Summerill has done a fantastic job creating a world filled with magic, war, romance and adventure.
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