May Faves & June TBR!

It’s hard to decide my favourites for May, because I enjoyed and loved all of them, but here we go. I will say, if you didn’t see my Snow Like Ashes review, I didn’t carry on with the series so only read…four books last month.

moon chosen

Loved the plot, most of the characters, and the book sleeve is beautiful. Also loved the fact it’s set in a sort of post-apocalyptic world where electricity and everything has been destroyed, and the people have branched off into different “tribes”

snow like ashes

I loved the book cover, and plot, as well as a few of the characters. There was also tension and suspense in places which I loved (not mentioned in my review) and there was also something totally unexpected happened too- though I won’t say at which point in the book

dragons green

This one was such an exhilarating read: it was filled with magic, adventure, suspense and friendship

Although I loved The Hate U Give, I didn’t always understand what was being said because of the dialect, so I feel like that may be the reason it didn’t make it into my May Faves.

Right, onto this month’s TBR!

Maresi by Maria Turtschaninoff (currently reading)

The GIRL of INK & STARS by Kiran Millwood Hargrave

INGO by Helen Dunmore

THE TIDE KNOT by Helen Dunmore

THE DEEP by Helen Dunmore

THE CROSSING OF INGO by Helen Dunmore

I can’t wait to re-read the INGO series! I haven’t read them since I was…16? Four years!!

 

Okay, until the next post!

Stay True To Yourself. Don’t Ever Let Others Deter You From The Road You Wish To Take.

Kath xoxo

 

Next post: Maresi review

 

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