January started rough. I was in the middle of a horrible reading slump and just had no motivation to get through books, but I think it’s really turned around! I spent the last week and a half of the month rereading some favorites in preparation for one of my most anticipated books of the year! I think those rereads helped me get back into the reading habit and saved me from my slump (although if you want to hear about more tips to get out of a reading slump, I have a whole post about it).
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This series is amazing. Seriously. I feel in love with the characters and their dynamics. This is by far my favorite Cassandra Clare series. I can’t wait until The Wicked Powers to find out what happens next!
I couldn’t put this book down. I spent three hours glued to my ARC, eager to see how this story would end. It was so amazing. I can’t wait for everyone else to read this fantastic book! Full review to come closer to release day (4/2/2019).
This. Book. Is. Amazing. It was such a great read. I have become trash for this series and these characters. I need book two immediately!
I’m so glad I had the opportunity to read this book! It is so summery and fun and perfect. It really is exactly what I wanted it to be. Full review to come, closer to its release (3/19/2019).
This was such a fun read! I read it in one sitting and loved it! I’ll have a full review closer to its release date (2/26/2019).
In honor of King of Scars, I decided to reread The Grisha Trilogy and the Six Crows duology. I’m so glad I did. I forgot how much I loved this world and how amazing these characters are!
This is my third(?) reread of this series, and it only gets better every time. This series is absolutely amazing, and this reread only made me more confident in calling it my all-time favorite series.
So this reread was also my first complete reread since Crooked Kingdom came out. I knew it would be painful– I sobbed the first time I read this book (and I was in the middle of my philosphy class, which wasn’t fun), and I cried again as I reread it. It still breaks my heart, and I still adore every word.
This is definitely my favorite short story in The Language of Thorns so far! Maybe it’s because I’m thinking of a certain king of Ravka, but I really loved it!
What was your favorite book you read in January?