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text 2018-12-31 13:19
December Reads
The Hunger - Alma Katsu
The Indifferent Stars Above: The Harrowing Saga of a Donner Party Bride - Daniel James Brown
Nightfall - Isaac Asimov,Robert Silverberg
Himself: A Novel - Jess Kidd
The Way of all Flesh - Ambrose Parry
The Christmas Hirelings: Audible Christmas Gift 2018 - Mary Elizabeth Braddon,Jennifer Saunders,Audible Studios
Bird Box - Josh Malerman

I did really well in December, I didn't expect to finish so many books. My least favourite of all had to be Nightfall, it was a little lame. Not bad, just nothing new. My favourite book this month is a tricky one. I think it is a toss up between The Way of All Flesh and Bird Box. My favourite cover of the month is definitely The Way of All Flesh. I borrowed it from the library then bought myself a copy as I liked the cover (and the story, of course) so much.

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review 2018-12-29 01:59
The Hunger Games (Special Edition) - audiobook
The Hunger Games - Tatiana Maslany,Suzanne Collins

Audience: Young Adult

Format: Audiobook

Library Copy

 

 

When I wake up, the other side of the bed is cold.

- first sentence

 

This is a re-read for me. I watched the movies during a marathon over the holiday break and was inspired to read the books again. This time I decided to go with the audiobook.

 

I chose the new "Special Edition" and am so glad I did. The narrator is Tatiana Maslany and she did a fantastic job.

 

There isn't much I can say that hasn't been said about this book except I loved it. I will mention that this series, Harry Potter, and Twilight are the books that got me back into reading after a very long slump approximately 10 years ago. To say these books changed my life is not an understatement. :)

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review 2018-12-06 01:02
Hunger Makes the Wolf - Alex Wells

Another Sealwhiskers recommendation; I knew I was going to love it halfway through her description. "Firefly" plus "Earth 2" plus "Mad Max" plus "I Owe My Soul to the Company Store". And yet not like any of them; it's unique and fresh and fun and deep and now I have to get my hands on the prequel short story and the sequel novel.

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review 2018-11-04 17:43
Mockingjay
Mockingjay (The Final Book of The Hunger Games) - Suzanne Collins

The 3rd and last instalment to the series sees Katniss in District 13. She is the 'Mockingjay' a symbol of the rebellion against the Capital. A group of rebel soldiers including Gale and a severely traumatised Peeta are with Katniss for a PR promo when they get pulled into the Capital and a new 'arena'.
A very fast read that I enjoyed a lot but left me thinking that Katniss is a deeply unlikeable person on so many levels. I got a little fed up of her always wanting to be the martyr, imagining that everything happened because of her or her actions, completely forgetting that people have their own agency.
That being said I still enjoyed this a lot but less so than the other books.

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text 2018-10-30 22:20
Wolf Hunger by Paige Tyler 1.99!
Wolf Hunger - Paige Tyler

When SWAT Officer Max Lowry meets Lana Mason, he falls fast and hard. He's positive she's The One. And Max's favorite part? Lana's a wolf shifter too, so they can skip the awkward reveal and head straight to the happily ever after. There's just one problem: Lana doesn't know that she's a werewolf.

 

To make matters worse, hunters with intent to kill have tracked Lana to Dallas. Max has to figure out how to keep Lana safe, show her who and what she really is—and just how much she means to him

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