November Reading Wrap Up

Welcome to December bookworms, quite possibly the shittiest month of all twelve contenders. I’m not big on the Christmas Holidays; could be because I don’t have children, could be because I am a Grinch. Either way, another month is over, which calls for a monthly reading wrap-up. I read four books in November. Four! I mean, I started some of them in August & September, but that’s beside the point.

Gods & Monsters Book 2 Serpent Dove Trilogy Review

Gods & Monsters by Shelby Mahurin

First up – Shelby Mahurin’s Serpent & Dove Series; Gods & Monsters. I’m glad this series is finally finished, truly. It really just wasn’t for me. I liked it well enough, but not nearly enough to yell and scream and demand the world read it. I wish it had been better executed; there are so many great elements, but it just was meh.

Serpent & Dove Blood & Honey Gods & Monsters

Final Thoughts

Survive the Night Rating Riley Sager

Survive the Night

On the plus side, Gods & Monsters was better than Survive the Night by Riley Sager. I still can’t believe I finished the damn thing. Seriously, the only reason I didn’t toss it into the DNF pile is that I love literally every other book Sager has written. If it was my first Sager novel, well, I’m just glad it wasn’t. I’d be missing out on the other amazing novels he has written. But, seriously, idk what happened with this one…

Survive the Night Thoughts

Kingdom of the Wicked Cursed Kerri Maniscalco

Kingdom of the Cursed

Alright, number three on my list of books read during November – Kingdom of the Cursed by Kerri Maniscalco Book two in her Kingdom of the Wicked Series. I had really enjoyed the first book, but the second not so much. No fault to Maniscalco; I forgot way too much between reads. As far as I am aware, there has been no info on book three yet.

Kingdom of the Wicked Kingdom of the Cursed

beck michaels guardians maiden bonded fate divine blood

Bonded Fate

Last but not least, Bonded Fate by Beck Michaels. Book two in her Guardians of the Maiden Series. I am really enjoying this series. I love storylines with intricate plot details & this one has lots. It’s one of those stories spanning centuries, so a lot is going on.

Divine Blood Bonded Fate

& that’s a wrap.

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