TBR: October 2016

A spooky reads line up for October!

Another busy month of moving ahead… we finally got the keys to our new house and now the fun begins! In between getting into the house and working on launching our business here in Reno, I’ll be doing my best to stay on track with this spooky line up for October! What’s on your list to read this month?

Purchase your copies here:

The Red Sun by Alane Adams

Kalifus Rising by Alane Adams

Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris

Snowfall on Haven Point by RaeAnne Thayne

A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness

Sex Criminals Volume 1

Alex + Ada Volume 2

Chew Volume 1

Revival Volume 1

Book Review: The Infinite Sea by Rick Yancey

Don’t always judge the book by the hype friends!

Read | 4/5 stars | Buy your copy of The Infinite Sea

Overview: Camp Haven just came crashing down. The group of survivors that escaped the death camp is now on the run and we’re left wondering how will they survive knowing they’re being hunted by The Others.

What I loved: Getting to read things from The Others perspective, but what surprised me the most is how much better this was than I expected (don’t always judge by the hype friends!)

What I didn’t: The action was spread further out, it didn’t keep me on the edge of my seat.

If you liked The 5th Wave, Hunger Games, or Divergent: this series is great too! Grab your copy of the final book in the trilogy, The Last Star!

For my full review of The Infinite Sea, click play! Oh boy… I just realized months later that it didn’t upload the edited video, it uploaded the entire unedited video. That’s fun hahaha And Butters doesn’t like when I make videos. Can you tell that she wants ALL the attention? Sorry for her rudeness 😉 

Book Review: The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey

“Some things you can never leave behind. They don’t belong to the past. They belong to you.”

Must Read | 5/5 stars | Buy your copy of The 5th Wave

When aliens suddenly appear and threaten to take over the planet, Cassie looses everything she’s ever know including her family. She’s left to take on the world alone, that is until she meets Evan.

What I loved: It jumps straight into the action. Being able to hear Cassie’s thoughts was a great element (and had me laughing). Makes you think about your own morals  and there’s a little romance too! Hello cliff hanger…

What I didn’t: Point of View changes were tricky.

If you liked Hunger Games, Maze Runner, or Divergent: this is right up your alley! And be sure to continue on with the series with The Infinite Sea!

For my full review of The 5th Wave, click play!