ARC Reviews, Book Reviews, Mystery, Thriller/Suspense/Crime Fiction

Book Review: The Passenger by Lisa Lutz

 

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Creepy road on cover?  Must be a thriller…

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Features, Monthly TBRs

June 2018 TBR

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Since it’s almost half way through June already I debated about even posting my June TBR… but better late than never right?  I’ve actually already read (or started) a few of these books, so at least I can say I am on track this month.

Here are the books on my June TBR…

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Features, Wrap Ups & Hauls

May 2018 Bookish Wrap-Up + Book Haul

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Wowzer is this post late, BUT I have a good excuse this time!  I was out of town for 9 whole days of vacation bliss.  My family took a beach vacation to Charleston, South Carolina this past week.  I’d never been to Charleston before, but quickly fell in love with its Southern charm, amazing sea food, beautiful buildings, and great beaches.  A good time was had by all.

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It was a little tough to come home since Ohio decided to regress back to spring like weather.  Today it is 69 degrees and raining… this is not typical June weather.  Take me back to the sunshine & warm weather!

Let’s see which books I read in the month of May…

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Bookish Odds & Ends

Most Anticipated YA Sequels of 2018 (June – December)

 

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It’s crazy to think we are already halfway through 2018 already.  Despite the fact that winter drug on FOREVER, this year is flying by!

Surprisingly, 2017 was a good YA reading year for me.  For the past few years, I’ve often felt that YA it fairly hit of miss for me, so I was delighted to find so many great YA books that I enjoyed so much last year.  I noticed that many of these books had sequels coming out the second have of this year, so I thought I would share which ones I am most looking forward to.

Here are the 8 YA sequels releasing in the second half of 2018 that I am most anticipating…

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