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.
This is the first blog tour review of many over the next five days and as organised as I promised I would be … I'm really not. I finished this book at half past ten last night in some attempt to have this review ready for today.
2021 sounds so far away but there is only 3 and half months left of reading. That isn't much time and I have been buying books all year and I have a lot that I still need to read.
This post is going up later than I intended, mnostly because I am not nearly as organised as I wanted to be this week, partly because of a few bad days at work, and partly because I have been doing a lot of diamond painting .
I like the topics that we have this month for #SixForSunday, but I am honestly wracking my brain for good answers. I hope you like whatever I put in the end.
This week, or rather this month I have decided to combine my two different haul posts. Partly because next Saturday I have a blog tour post to do and I don't want to take away from that, and partly because I didn't buy many books last month.
I love Greek myths, in particular because of my love of Percy Jackson and I can't wait to get through this one.
This week I want to talk about an LGBTQ book that seemed to have passed my notice last year. I saw it about and I saw other people's reviews of it but for some reason I didn't think about buying it and I didn't think about reading it. I now feel like such an idiot because it may have been the best book I read all year and the fastest book I read this year.
I'm sure you've been reading all about my days out last week on my Bookworm NOT in Paris post, but if you haven't read that I went out to Liverpool on Thursday and spent a good long time in Waterstones. I bought four books that day and had a great time being back in my favourite bookshop.
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!"