This new feature on my blog is called To Do Thursday, because well… it’s basically about what I still have to do. It works like this: there are three categories and I’ll pick one or more books per category and discuss them. The categories are: To Read, To Buy and To Review.
Pretty much all the same books as last week, except for Love Letters to the Dead, which I finished during the weekend.
I just started Here I Am yesterday, and so far it hasn’t been disappointing, so I’m intrigued about what I’m going to think of the next ~600 pages (that number is quite scary).
I’ve been procrastinating reading The Serpent King because I’ve heard it supposedly is going to break my heart, and I couldn’t really handle another book that’s going to break my heart especially since I’ve read quite a lot of those lately.
On The Spectrum is an eARC I received via Netgalley and it’s about an anorexic girl I believe and her an autistic brother and is set in Paris, so that sounds amazing.
I’m pretty sure I’ve been talking way too much about this book but I simply can’t wait to have it in my hands, I think I’m going to order it today (I need to order an overly expensive book for uni anyway so then I won’t have to pay for shipping). That is, if I can find my gift card, which I am at this moment unable to locate (I’m still in denial, it’s not gone!).
The book is We Are The Ants by Shaun David Hutchinson and it sounds absolutely amazing, about a boy who’s been given the opportunity to extinguish all life on earth and he’s got 144 days to make up his mind, is the earth worth saving? And how to save himself?
(ARGH I NEED IT)
I finished Rabiah: The Gift only last night and man it was good! I didn’t expect that (since the cover is so “meh”), it was also romance and that’s not usually something I enjoy. It’s also quite funny since I’m the only person who has read and rated the book on goodreads, my rating is now also the average.
Future Leaders of Nowhere is a cute YA story about two girls who meet at a camp for future leaders and become friends and fall in love and it’s just very cute. I can’t wait for the next book.
I’m not sure which book I’m going to review first, so maybe you can expect two reviews in the next week.
What’s on your to-do list?