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Late December Update!

Happy Holidays everyone! This month I am skipping my December TBR in favor for a late month update. For the past twenty days, I have read four books and finished two. One of which happened to be a graphic novel. I started the month off by finally finishing Stardust by Neil Gaiman, which I thought was wonderful. I gave this book a four out of five stars on Goodreads. Then I started Witches of East End by Melissa de la Cruz, which was awesome and I absolutely loved it! I would definitely reread this novel. (five out of five stars) Then I read a graphic novel called Saga Vol.1 by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples. I cannot wait to read the rest of the series! It was also very strange in plot but in a good. The graphics were awesome and I gave this a five out of five stars. I also finished a novel for my English class called The Imperfectionists by Tom Rachman, which was good. I gave this a four out of five stars. Then I read The Opposite of Loneliness: Essays and Stories by Marina Keega…

November Wrap Up!

From applying to colleges and Thanksgiving, it seems as if the month went by in a flash. Since November is over, it is time for my monthly reading wrap up. The TBR jar pick was Hemlock Grove, but sadly I did not get to it. So Hemlock Grove will be the pick for December as well.

Anyway! The first book I read was Demon Blood: Enlightenment by Tim Meyer. Well it was more like the first book I finished in November. 

"The story follows several strangers coming together to prevent the end of the world. A lonely drifter, following the gruesome murder of his wife and unborn child, is struggling to find his purpose in a world filled with evil and insanity, as he searches for the entity that led his life astray. A low-budget horror producer—and recent widow—has traveled across the states to seek out a man she believes to know the truth about her husband's mysterious suicide. Two brothers are left homeless when demonic spirits ransack their quiet country home, setting it ablaze, …