Bookish Stuff,  TBRs & Wrap Ups

November Wrap Up

November Wrap UpOh my gosh! It has been forever since I posted anything! I did write some things, but my schedule keeps moving up and it’s never really working out. I’m going the best I can to go back to my regular schedule, but taking photos has been such a challenge that I keep rescheduling… After some proper rest after a busy weekend at the Best of YA Sleepover, it’s my first priority. Anyway, I’ve finally managed to free some time to read!

A Million Worlds With You by Claudia Gray
AAHHH!! I cannot believe the Firebird trilogy has come to an end! A Thousand Pieces of You got me into Goodreads and back into reading and it’s sort of an emotional goodbye for me. Both because it has now ended, and because I’m still not quite for what to think of the ending… You’ll read about it in my review!

Review Coming Soon!

Siren by Kiera Cass (Dutch Edition)
The Dutch edition of The Siren by Kiera Cass came out in October and I loved the English audiobook so much I just had to reread it! The perks of doing an internship at a publisher, hehe!

Siren review on Goodreads

A Court of Thorns & Roses by Sarah J. Maas (Dutch Edition)
Another one of those “perks of working at a publisher!” You all probably know ACOTAR is one of my all time favorite series so when I forgot to bring a book to read during my journey home (2,5 hours on a Friday night!) I grabbed this one of the shelf. I was scared I wouldn’t be able to reread it because of ACOMAF, but it was actually still really great!

A Court of Thorns & Roses Review

Current Reads
I’m currently about halfway through the Dutch edition of Caraval by Stephanie Garber and it’s absolutely amazing! I have to admit my exhaustion from the Best of YA Sleepover kind of made me zone out every now and then, which leaves “gaps” in the story, but so far it hasn’t been a problem! I’m also planning on getting an English edition so I’ll reread it sometime anyway. It’s mysterious and magical and wonderful and I’m just so excited about this book!

What did you guys read in November?


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