Zero Repeat Forever – ARC Review


28945665Let me start off this review by telling you all a little fact about myself. I like to begin reading new books at midnight. I don’t know why, but something about inconvenient hours of night makes me want to pick up a good story and start reading. So, it was at around midnight on a Saturday, well, technically Sunday, that I decided that I was going to read this book. I lied and said I would only read a few chapters, but we know that’s never how it goes. So, someway, somehow, I ended up reading this 496 page novel in one sitting. I didn’t stop reading until 5:30 a.m. when I finally read that last heartbreaking sentence. So, clearly, I liked this novel.

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The Versatile Blogger Award 2.0

I’ve been nominated! Thank you so much to James @This Is My Truth Now for having nominated me for this! He has a great blog full of great content that y’all should go visit if you haven’t done so. Also, he’s currently doing the 365 Daily Challenge if you want to know more about him and his blog! It’s a super cool concept that I totally recommend you guys checking out!

I have been nominated  for this award before and ave done several others that require facts so this was a little difficult. I’m running out of interesting things to say about myself. My life isn’t that eventful so I had to really dig deep for this one.

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My Life in July – Monthly Wrap Up

Books I read

The Hundredth Queen – Emily R. King –  ★★

When Dimple Met Rishi – Sandhya Menon – ★★★(2.5/5)

The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue – Mackenzi Lee – ★★★★

P.S. I Like You – Kasie West –★★★

Paper Hearts – Ali Novak – ★★★(2.5/5)

Artemis Fowl – Eoin Colfer – ★★☆☆

Artificial Sweethearts – Julie Hammerle – ★★★

Warcross – Marie Lu – ★★★★

Wallbanger – Alice Clayton – ★★★

The Girl With the Red Balloon – Katherine Locke – ★★★★

I think I did pretty well this month. Mostly because I had absolutely nothing to do except read and watch shows on Netflix.

Average Rating for July: 3/5

Total Books Read in July: 10

Total Books Read in 2017: 59

Goodreads Reading Goal: 60

Only more book to go!!!!

Stuff I Posted

First Line Fridays #1 | First Line Fridays #2

Tags and Things

Unique Blogger Award #4 | The ‘How I Choose My Books’ TagThe Mystery Blogger Award

Top 5 Wednesdays

T5W: July 5, 2017 | T5W: July 12, 2017| T5W: July 19, 2017 | T5W: July 26,2017

Things En Español! 

Heredera de Fuego – Reseña | Reina de Sombras – Reseña

Random Things I Did

– I went to Kings Dominion. There is that.

– I watched some stuff on Netflix. The Blacklist, Riverdale, Dexter.

– I was bored out of my mind.

– Basically, I’m just waiting for summer to end. I’ve reach my maximum point of boredom and doing nothing.

What I’m Doing Next Month

I haven’t the slightest idea. I guess we shall see. Hopefully more than I did this month. Hopefully. I said the same thing last month.

Next Month’s TBR

Most of my TBR is a lie. I tend to read what I want, when I want. I honestly just make these lists for the heck of it. Plus I have a lot of arcs now so might as well read them. But I then again I might not.

She, Myself, and I by Emma Young

There’s Someone in Your House by Stephanie Perkins

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvatter

Red Rising by Pierce Brown

I said I would read those last two this month. Maybe in August this won’t be a lie.


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Until next month!

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Warcross – ARC Review of an AWESOME Novel


29385546Some months ago, while browsing NetGalley and Edelweiss and other such websites in hopes for good books, I came across a galley for Warcross and for a full minute I did nothing but stare at my screen, wondering if it was real. Once I was satisfied that it was, in fact, a reality, I obviously had to get it. I downloaded it from Edelweiss, all excited and whatnot, and then you know what I did? Nothing, that’s what. I left it unread, for months. Then, at BookCon 2017, I was lucky enough to get a physical galley for this book and I was so excited to read it. And then you know what I did? I left it unread too. Until now, that is.

Looking back, my one regret is that I did not read this book sooner.

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Paper Hearts – An OK Read


(2.5 / 5)


Ok, so admittedly, I went into this book without having read its predecessor, The Heartbreakers. So, as you can imagine, I did not know who the Heartbreakers were or what had happened to them before Felicity showed up. But, since this is more of a companion novel, or so I’ve been told, I don’t think it had anything to do with my enjoyment of the novel.

That said, all of my opinions come from reading this book alone.

Now, to the review.

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