I have been slacking on blogging! I don't remember what order I read these in or what month, so I'm combining the last two months together. I hope I didn't forget any... The descriptions are going to be brief because I read some of these so long ago I don't even remember that much about them. I also don't know if I have these in the correct order, but that doesn't really matter. I need to do better about writing each book down when I finish them. Also I'm back posting these because I have a lot of catching up to do and I don't know when I'll have time to sit down and do it again.... There are some really exciting posts coming up!! Not just books anymore hehe. Let's get to it.
It's been a while so you may not remember, but I read book one in July. I read the other two books at the beginning of August. I really liked this trilogy. It was different from the usual fantasy trilogy. It had a lot of things in it that were unique (as far as from what I've read anyway). I really liked the characters. They weren't perfect or without flaws. It's been so long since I've read them that I don't remember a lot of the details or the ending really, but I remember being satisfied with it. I'm pretty sure everything was resolved.
This book was creepy and weird, but I really liked it! It was so bizarre! I LOVED the dog in the book and the rest of the characters were good too hehe. It is definitely one that will creep you out... well it did me anyway.
This one was totally a waste of time. It was supposed to be a sequel to A Feral Darkness, which I enjoyed, but it's actually an extremely short (thank goodness) waste of time with no point at all.
This one is a prequel to the other Oxford mysteries by H.Y. Hanna. I really enjoyed it because it shared some back story. It was shorter than the others, but still long enough that it didn't feel like a Reader's Digest or anything. I normally don't like short stories, but I liked this one.
I read this one for a V book. It was another odd one. It really kind of reminded me of Twilight if I'm honest.... I guess that theme has just been done to death. It was okay.
I read this one because I needed a Y book. It is DEFINITELY a young adult book. I HATED her mother and was pretty much bored with everything else. The ending was also... unresolved.
This one was... odd. Certain parts of it seemed childish, but the ending was unexpected and a lot of suspense. I wouldn't call it one of my favorites, but it wasn't a waste of time either lol.
It took me a bit to get into this book, but once I did I was really enjoying it.... and then it got all weird. It was still a good book though. The first and second half just seemed so different from each other. It's been a while since I read it, so now I can't remember exactly why I felt that way.
This book was strange... and sad. I'd have to go back and skim through it to remember why I felt that way, but I did. It ended well, that I remember. It was sad though.
I actually started reading this one because I liked the cover lol. I really liked this book! It was different and interesting. The ending was great. It was another young adult book in first person, present tense which I normally don't like, but the author made it work for this one. The main character's voice is unique and fun.
Anyway, sorry for the brief descriptions. Here are the points for the books. I'm not giving Hair of the Dog any points because it could hardly be called a book.
Red Palace by Sarah Dalton - 1
Black Crown Sarah Dalton - 3
Verity by Claire Farrell - 4
The Wandering Tree by Daniel Wimberley - 4
In Between by Jenny B Jones - 1
A Feral Darkness by Doranna Durgin - 4
Hair of the Dog by Doranna Durgin - 0
Young Annabelle by Sarah Tork - 4
All Butter Short Dead by H.Y. Hanna - 1
White Lies by Jeremy Bates - 4
O Pioneers! by Willa Sibert Cather - 1
Total points for the two months: 27
So here are the books I've read so far...
A - Awakening You by Jessica Sorensen/All Butter Short Dead by H.Y. Hanna/
B - The Bell House by Lori Titus/Black Crown by Sarah Dalton/
C - Chasing The Wind by Hannah Hooton/Conash: Dead Son by TC Southwell
E - Zombie Fallout 3: The End/Zombie Fallout 4: The End Has Come and Gone
F - A Feral Darkness by Doranna Durgin
G - God Touched by TC Southwell
I - Ishtar's Blade by Lisa Blackwood/Inspiring You by Jessica Sorensen/Invisible Assassin by TC Southwell/In Between by Jenny B Jones
J - The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling/Journey's End by Renee Ryan
K - Keeping The Peace by Hannah Hooton
L - Louisiana Longshot by Jana Deleon/Lord Protector by TC Southwell
M - Master of the Dance by TC Southwell
N - November's Past by A.E. Howe
O - O Pioneers! by Willa Sibert Cather
P - Zombie Fallout 2: A Plague Upon Your Family
Q - Quietus by David Sellars/The Queen's Blade by TC Southwell
R - Raveling You by Jessica Sorensen/Relentless by Dean Koontz/Red Palace by Sarah Dalton/
S - A Scone To Die For by H.Y. Hanna/Spellbound by Kodilynn Calhoun/The story of Awkward by R.K. Ryals/Sacrifice by TC Southwell/Sacred Knight of the Veil by TC Southwell
T - Tea with Milk and Murder by H.Y. Hanna/Two Down, Bun To Go by HY Hanna/Till Death do us Tart by H.Y. Hanna
U - Unraveling You by Jessica Sorensen
V - Verity by Clair Farrell/
W - White Hart by Sarah Dalton/The Wandering Tree by Daniel Wimberley/White Lies by Jeremy Bates/
Y - Young Annabelle by Sarah Tork/
Z - Zombie Fallout by Mark Tufo
So I need D, H and X before the end of the year. I read an X book, but it goes in October so it will be in the next post. For those just joining me, the goal for this year's reading challenge was to read a book for each letter of the alphabet. It's harder than you'd think! I never realized it would be so hard to find Y books.... So that's all for now.