A lot of the time I wish I had any job but the one I have. Does anyone else do that? Well, when I'm in a wishing mood I turn to literature. I escape into fantasy and I dream of the jobs that my characters have.
This week's topic was books that have made me cry but I'm not a huge crier and I'm not really feeling the list so I came up with another. Series I've started and not yet finished.
This review has been a long time coming. This book was one of the first that I read in 2020 but there were a few things that I wanted to get through first.
Each week we have a different topic and this week's topic is books that make me laugh out loud. I love to laugh at my books and my family always give me weird looks when I do.
Last week the final book in the Cursebreakers trilogy came out so I thought it was about time that I shared my review of the first book which I read at the end of last year.
I didn't realise that I had read so many new authors and I could barely get the list down to fifteen, never mind ten, so this week's list will be a bit longer.
WWW Wednesday sees its 30th post here on Bookworms Anonymous, which I didn't think I would see in a million years because, and lets be honest, I am not a fast reader and I have gone a month without finishing a book and this part of my blog won't get updated for extended periods of time.
But let me tell you something ... I've finished a book!
I want to begin this review by thanking HarperTeen, our wonderful authors and Karina from Afire Pages for the free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I have thoroughly enjoyed this book and I'm not sure I can put into words just how much I loved this book.
I love Greek myths, in particular because of my love of Percy Jackson and I can't wait to get through this one.
There is a lot of advice I would give to my younger self and quite a few books I would thrust upon her and say "read them now!"