I didn’t remember reading this book until I read the sypnosis and what I remember is really vague. So I think that says enough about it. I don’t think there was anything particulary wrong with it, I just didn’t find anything special in it either.
2. Ciudad de Payasos (City of Clowns) by Daniel Alarcon & Sheila Alvarado (5 Stars)
I loved this graphic novel! A latinamerican author and a latinoamerican ilustrator telling an interesting and heartfelt story with an amazing portrait of Peru. If you want to read it, there’s a english version.
3. Fear the Drowning Deep by Sarah Gleen Marsh (4 Stars)
I was part of the blog tour for this book. I really liked it, it was a very atmospheric book. You can check my review here.
4. Undecided by Julianna Keyes (3,5 stars)
I liked this one, it was really funny and if you don’t read the sypnosis, your gonna find that something happens that it’s not really what you would expect from a new adult book.
5. Empire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas (5 stars)
I loved this! I can recognize the problematic aspects of this book, but I still loved reading it (and I don’t know how to feel about that). Anyway, I love Sarah’s writing and I love the fact that this book was full of dramatic moments, I always love books were the characters know how to put on a ‘show’ and where symbolism is so important.
6-15. Addicted to You/ Calloway Sisters Series by Krista and Becca Riccie (Overall rating: 4.5 – 4.7 stars)
I read this series for the first time in july and I loved it! So, I re-read it at the end of october and beginning of november. This is my favortie new adult series. Before re-reading it, I had only re-read the Harry Potter series. I have never re-read other book or series in my life, so that’s how much I loved this series, and what surprised me most was that I loved it more the second time around. Check what I said about it before, here.
16. The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath (3,7 stars)
Finally! After 3 tries I finally read this. I have to say that some things felt really relatable to be at this particular time in my life. The writing was great and the way mental illness was talked about was right, I don’t know how else to put it, it was just right. It has a dislikeble main characters, but her story is still very interesting.