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Michael Grant
The Stolen Crown: The Secret Marriage that Forever Changed the Fate of England
Susan Higginbotham
The History of Witchcraft
Lois Martin
Lies - Michael  Grant

why can't anything go right in this series?? i would just like a little bit of happiness.

History Without the Boring Bits: A Curious Chronology of the World - Ian Crofton This book title is a lie. So many of these stories were repetitive and boring. And I have no idea why so much of it was focused on the UK...I thought it was supposed to be about the world..
Scarlet - Marissa Meyer Pretty boring until the last 10 chapters or so.
Charmed Thirds - Megan McCafferty Really funny and enjoyable read. A little too much sex but whatever. I still don't understand Marcus's appeal and I hope they're not together by the end of this series.

Call Me by Your Name: A Novel

Call Me by Your Name - André Aciman 3.5 actually
In The Land Of The Dead (Benny Imura, #1.5) - Jonathan Maberry You really tried it with that Mortal Instruments shout out.

Y: The Last Man, Volume 10: Whys and Wherefores

Y: The Last Man, Vol. 10: Whys and Wherefores - Brian K. Vaughan, Pia Guerra, José Marzán Jr. that was some bullshit.
Avengers Prime - Alan Davis, Brian Michael Bendis 3.5 actually.
Tim Walker: Story Teller - Tim Walker, Robin Muir I want to own this book.

The Year of Magical Thinking

The Year of Magical Thinking - I liked this book well enough, but I was a little let down. I guess I was expecting more on how she handled the passing of her husband. There was a lot of research on grief and excerpts from various novels with some medical terms thrown in. It just felt a little disjointed. She also puts in a ton of anecdotes about her family's very privileged lifestyle which after a few chapters, it became harder to relate to her. I just wanted something more from this book, but it just seemed so shallow.
Shadowfever - Karen Marie Moning I'm so glad I'm done with these series.
Runaways, Vol. 1: Pride and Joy - Adrian Alphona, Brian K. Vaughan This cover art is really awful.
Bloodfever - Karen Marie Moning I wasn't as into this book like the first one. There was some nice developments in the story, but it just took me awhile to get through it all. I have to say I did enjoy Mac a lot more. She seemed more mature and there was less descriptions of her clothes and nail polish. The ending was pretty good though and I'm pretty excited to read the next book.Also Barrons still sucks.I'm pretty sure I hate him. I hope he gets better, but I'm not counting on it. I just don't see what's so attractive about him. Maybe because he acts like douche canoe.
Darkfever - Karen Marie Moning The world building was so amazing and probably the only reason I'm giving this book 4 stars (I might change this later). Mac has to be one of the most annoying characters I've ever read about. She's such a fucking twit and talks way too much about her damn nail polish. I don't give a fuck about that. I really don't. Or what she's wearing. The outfits just never sound cute to me and I feel like it really stalls the story. I just complete blank out. I also can't stand Jericho. He's an abusive prick and I hate that he's the love interest. He bruises her ribs, pulls her hair, and is always insulting her. He's disgusting. Despite all of this, I couldn't put down this book lol. I want to learn so much more about the Fae and Mac's background so I'm definitely sticking with this series for now.
A Monster's Notes - Laurie Sheck It was just way too disjointed for me.