Friday, March 4, 2016

The #FridayReads Review (3/4/16)

Welcome to The #FridayReads Review, a regular Friday segment where I share what I've been reading the past week, and what I'm planning to read next! Want to join the Friday fun? Post your own #FridayReads Review and leave the link in the Comments below, or just Comment with what you've been reading!

My Hero Academia, Vol. 03 (My Hero Academia, #3)The Smithsonian Book of Books

My Hero Academia vol. 3 by Kohei Horikoshi (PBK)
While the character roster is growing uncomfortably large, this is an interesting superhero saga.

The Smithsonian Book of Books by Michael Olmert (HBK)
Taking a much-needed novel break this weekend. I've been slowly reading chapters of this for a while now as books are my passion, and it's proved an amazing read and resource.

Raging Sea (Undertow, #2)Bloody Mary, Vol. 1

Raging Sea by Michael Buckley (ARC)
2.5 Stars. While I really enjoyed the first book, this sequel was a disappointing and rather torturous read due to a serious lack of common sense and ingenuity from both the characters and the story. While the second half was better than the first and the climax a thrilling ride, thanks to the last page I will sadly not be interested in finishing the trilogy. Review to come.

Bloody Mary vol. 1 by Akaza Samamiya (PBK)
3 Stars. Relatively interesting vampire premise but somewhat lackluster execution. Still, interesting enough to give another volume and see where it's going.

Tell the Wind and Fire
Tell the Wind and Fire by Sarah Rees Brennan (ARC)
Soon my pretty, soon...

So what are you reading this week?

1 comment:

  1. I am excited to see what you think of Tell the Wind and Fire. I was a big fan of Sarah Reese Brennan's Lynburn Legacy series.