#FlashbackFriday – July Edition

After seeing Nicki @ Secret Library doing this meme lots of times, I decided to step up my game in 2019 and finally join the fun again. This meme is hosted by Kerry @ Chat About Books and is all about sharing my reviews from previous years.

Since I tend to read 10+ books per month on average, I’ve decided to only share my top reads for each year (2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018). This means either a 4,5 star or 5 star rating depending on which was the highest rating that year (if there are not that many titles, I’ll share the books of both ratings).

Let’s go to my reviews, shall we?

JULY 2018

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 

Oh, The Places You’ll Go! – by Dr. Seuss // The Getaway Girls – by Dee MacDonald // Hell To Pay – by Rachel Amphlett // My Real Name Is Hanna – by Tara Lynn Masih

JULY 2017

5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 
Stillhouse Lake – by Rachel Caine

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 
The Stolen Girls – by Patricia Gibney

JULY 2016

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5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 
The Summer That Melted Everything – by Tiffany McDaniel

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4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 
Cascadia – by H.W. “Buzz” Bernard // Out Of The Easy – by Ruta Sepetys // The Night Stalker – by Robert Bryndza // The Girl With All The Gifts – by M.R. Carey // The Fire Child – by S.K. Tremayne

JULY 2015

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5 STARS: I Hunt Killers – by Barry Lyga // Game – by Barry Lyga // Made You Up – by Francesca Zappia // Scarlet – by Marissa Meyer // Wonder – by R.J. Palacio


Have you read any of these titles yourself? Any of these on your TBR? I can highly highly recommend all of these!!


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#FlashbackFriday – June Edition

Whoops, I totally forgot to join this meme last week! But better late than never right? 😉

After seeing Nicki @ Secret Library doing this meme lots of times, I decided to step up my game in 2019 and finally join the fun again. This meme is hosted by Kerry @ Chat About Books and is all about sharing my reviews from previous years.

Since I tend to read 10+ books per month on average, I’ve decided to only share my top reads for each year (2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018). This means either a 4,5 star or 5 star rating depending on which was the highest rating that year (if there are not that many titles, I’ll share the books of both ratings).

Let’s go to my reviews, shall we?

JUNE 2018

5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now.

The Date – by Louise Jensen // The Border – by Steve Schafer

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 

The Fourth Monkey – by J.D. Barker // The Fifth To Die – by J.D. Barker // Will To Live – by Rachel Amphlett // Her Mother’s Grave – by Lisa Regan // One To Watch – by Rachel Amphlett

JUNE 2017

5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 
Love, & You – by Gretchen Gomez // What To Say Next – by Julie Buxbaum

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 
The Weight Of Lies – by Emily Carpenter

JUNE 2016

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5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 
All The Missing Girls – by Megan Miranda

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4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 
Tell Me Three Things – by Julie Buxbaum

JUNE 2015

5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 
A Court Of Thorns And Roses – by Sarah J. Maas // Cinder – by Marissa Meyer

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 
What Lies Within – by James Morris


Have you read any of these titles yourself? Any of these on your TBR? I can highly highly recommend all of these!!


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#FlashbackFriday – May Edition

After seeing Nicki @ Secret Library doing this meme lots of times, I decided to step up my game in 2019 and finally join the fun again. This meme is hosted by Kerry @ Chat About Books and is all about sharing my reviews from previous years.

Since I tend to read 10+ books per month on average, I’ve decided to only share my top reads for each year (2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018). This means either a 4,5 star or 5 star rating depending on which was the highest rating that year (if there are less than five-six titles, I’ll share the books of both ratings).

Let’s go to my reviews, shall we?

MAY 2018

5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 
Strange The Dreamer – by Laini Taylor

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 

My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She’s Sorry – by Fredrik Backman // Murder On The Orient Express – Agatha Christie

MAY 2017

5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 
Flame In The Mist – by Renee Ahdieh // Room – by Emma Donoghue

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 
Anything For Her – by Jack Jordan // Liar – by K.L. Slater // One Of Us Is Lying – by Karen M. McManus // Secrets Of The Dead – by Carol Wyer

MAY 2016

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4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 
Hero – by Belinda Crawford // Heartsick – by Chelsea Cain // Housebroken – by The Behrg

MAY 2015

5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 
Angelfall – by Susan Ee

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 
Unwind – by Neal Shusterman // World After – by Susan Ee


Have you read any of these titles yourself? Any of these on your TBR? I can highly highly recommend all of these!!


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#FlashbackFriday – April Edition

After seeing Nicki @ Secret Library doing this meme lots of times, I decided to step up my game in 2019 and finally join the fun again. This meme is hosted by Kerry @ Chat About Books and is all about sharing my reviews from previous years.

Since I tend to read 10+ books per month on average, I’ve decided to only share my top reads for each year (2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018). This means either a 4,5 star or 5 star rating depending on which was the highest rating that year (if there are less than five-six titles, I’ll share the books of both ratings).

Let’s go to my reviews, shall we?

APRIL 2018

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 

Scared To Death – by Rachel Amphlett // The Summer Children – by Dot Hutchison // The Chosen Ones – by Carol Wyer // Blood Runs Cold – by Dylan Young

APRIL 2017

5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 
The Perfect Stranger – by Megan Miranda REREAD // Castle Of Water – by Dane Huckelbridge // Small Great Things – by Jodi Picoult

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 
Sleep Tight – by Caroline Mitchell // The Millionaire’s Wife – by Shalini Boland

APRIL 2016

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5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 
Steal Like An Artist – by Austin Kleon // The Conspiracy Of Us – by Maggie Hall // A Darker Shade Of Magic – by V.E. Schwab

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4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 
Map Of Fates – by Maggie Hall // Out Of My Mind – by Sharon M. Draper // A Gathering Of Shadows – by V.E. Schwab

APRIL 2015

5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 
And Then There Were None – by Agatha Christie // The Last Time We Say Goodbye – by Cynthia Hand // Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows – by J.K. Rowling (reread)

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 
Ruin And Rising – by Leigh Bardugo // The Storyteller –  by Jodi Picoult // Fangirl – by Rainbow Rowell


Have you read any of these titles yourself? Any of these on your TBR? I can highly highly recommend all of these!!


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#FlashbackFriday – March Edition

After seeing Nicki @ Secret Library doing this meme lots of times, I decided to step up my game in 2019 and finally join the fun again. This meme is hosted by Kerry @ Chat About Books and is all about sharing my reviews from previous years.

Since I tend to read 10+ books per month on average, I’ve decided to only share my top reads for each year (2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018). This means either a 4,5 star or 5 star rating depending on which was the highest rating that year (if there are less than four-five titles, I’ll share the books of both ratings).

Let’s go to my reviews, shall we?

MARCH 2018

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 

My Sweet Friend – by H.A. Leuschel // No Safe Place – by Patricia Gibney // The Sun Does Shine – by Anthony Ray Hinton // The Child Next Door – by Shalini Boland // Cocktails And Dreams – by A.L. Michael // Deadly Secrets – by Robert Bryndza // The Good Twin – by Marti Green

MARCH 2017

5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 
Goodbye Days – by Jeff Zentner // A Conjuring Of Light – by V.E. Schwab

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 
I Found You – by Lisa Jewell // The Missing Ones – by Patricia Gibney // Last Breath – by Robert Bryndza

MARCH 2016

No 5 or 4,5 star ratings in 2016, so I’m sharing the 4 star ratings instead. Looks like I had a rather bad month that year!

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4 STARS: Wow, this was really good. Close to amazing!
Kindred Spirits – by Rainbow Rowell // One – by Sarah Crossan // REREAD: Red Queen – by Victoria Aveyard // The Bookshop Book – by Jen Campbell // Random – by Tom Leveen

MARCH 2015

5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 
The Shock Of The Fall – by Nathan Filer

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 
 Crown Of Midnight – by Sarah J. Maas // Heir Of Fire – by Sarah J Maas // Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince (reread) – by J.K. Rowling // Siege And Storm – by Leigh Bardugo


Have you read any of these titles yourself? Any of these on your TBR? I can highly highly recommend all of these!!


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#FlashbackFriday – February Edition

After seeing Nicki @ Secret Library doing this meme lots of times, I decided to step up my game in 2019 and finally join the fun again. This meme is hosted by Kerry @ Chat About Books and is all about sharing my reviews from previous years.

Since I tend to read 10+ books per month on average, I’ve decided to only share my top reads for each year (2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018). This means either a 4,5 star or 5 star rating depending on which was the highest rating that year (if there are less than four-five titles, I’ll share the books of both ratings).

Let’s go to my reviews, shall we?

FEBRUARY 2018

5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 
The Good Daughter – by Karin Slaughter

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic!
The Visitor – by K.L. Slater // Barbed Wire Heart – by Tess Sharpe

FEBRUARY 2017

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4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 
The Impossible Fortress – by Jason Rekulak // Rebel Of The Sands – by Alwyn Hamilton // Traitor To The Throne – by Alwyn Hamilton // The Killing Game – by J.S. Carol // The Song Of Achilles – by Madeline Miller

FEBRUARY 2016

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5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 
All The Light We Cannot See – by Anthony Doerr

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4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 
Extraordinary Means – by Robyn Schneider // Dangerous Boys – by Abigail Haas

FEBRUARY 2015

5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 
Doctor Sleep – by Stephen King 

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 
The Ocean At The End Of The Lane – by Neil Gaiman


Have you read any of these titles yourself? Any of these on your TBR? I can highly highly recommend all of these!!


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#FlashbackFriday – January Edition

After seeing Nicki @ Secret Library doing this meme lots of times, I decided to step up my game in 2019 and finally join the fun again. This meme is hosted by Kerry @ Chat About Books and sharing my reviews from previous years.

Since I tend to read 10+ books per month on average, I’ve decided to only share my top reads for each year (2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018). This means either a 4,5 star or 5 star rating depending on which was the highest rating that year.

Let’s go to my reviews, shall we?

JANUARY 2018

4.5 STARS: This one was almost perfect. Surely fantastic! 

Keep Her Safe – by Richard Parker // Deep Blue Trouble – by Steph Broadribb // The Witch Doesn’t Burn In This One – by Amanda Lovelace // Born A Crime – by Trevor Noah

JANUARY 2017

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5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 

The Perfect Stranger – by Megan Miranda // Mosquitoland – by David Arnold // The One Memory Of Flora Banks – by Emily Barr

JANUARY 2016

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5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 

Neverwhere – by Neil Gaiman // I’ll Meet You There – by Heather Demetrios

JANUARY 2015

5 STARS: Absolutely and entirely mind blowing! I suggest you to pick up a copy now. 

The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out Of The Window And Disappeared – by Jonas Jonasson

 


Have you read any of these titles yourself? Any of these on your TBR? I can highly highly recommend all of these!! ❤


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