While there are a couple more classics I could recommend, I thought today I’d share a standalone I would like to read sometime soon, preferably this year!
It’s been a while since I’ve done this meme! Mostly because I’ve kind of been struggling to find any standalones I’ve read, besides classics, but I think I’m fresh out. And then I realized that if I go to the classics, there are only a few I actually like and would recommend. Even so, I haven’t featured all of my favorite classics yet, so I’ll do those for now!
As I mentioned before, I’m going to have to resort to the classics, as I am quickly running out of standalones that have been published in the last two to three decades. So, for today’s standalone, I recommend:
So, I have no business choosing this book for my “can’t-wait-to-read” pick of the week because I still haven’t bought or read the second book to the trilogy. But here’s my pick anyways:
This is a freakout post. Don’t mind me. I’m just jumping around in joy, laughing like a maniac, and grinning like a darn right fool.
I love books. But I also LOVE music. I haven’t listened to the Top 40 Hits or anything of the sort in months but I still have some songs on the Billboard charts that I actually know and/or like.
Wow. Just…wow. Where do I even begin with this review. I’ve got to get my thoughts together, because this book straight up blew my MIND.
Hello, everyone! I’m so excited to do this one 🙂 I’m currently putting off three essays for this post, but I think it’s worth it. Thanks to Sammie at Bookshelves and Biros for tagging me!
Some books you just have to read again. And again. And again. And again. Here are my top 5 rereads!
Are you looking for a happy book? Well, this ain’t it. My Rating: ★★★ 1/2 (3.5 out of 5 stars)