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Killer fashion was so interesting, it was a shame that the chapters were so short.
Usually I didn’t like retellings, but The Wizard of Oz is one of the few fairytales I like, and I really liked Spelled, this funny and unconventional retelling of Oz. And I’m so in love with the cover!
Today I’m here to show you my tentative TBR for the Christmasathon a readathon that runs from 1st of December to 31st December.
You can find all the informations on the Twitter profile, I will participate for TEAM ELF!!! I was in doubt, because I love both Elf and The Grinch so much, but I think I have more books suitable for the prompts of Team Elf.
If you see more than one book for prompt, is because I can’t still decide.
Killer fashion is a really (short) but interesting non-fiction books about incidents or deaths caused by items of fashion. Very anxiogenous!
And then we have 4 series of manga: Kekkaishi is a fantasy/historical story so underrated; Kobato is from the well know CLAMP, the story is a sad one, but the artwork are amazing; and then Kiss and Never cry, another sad story based on ice skating. I made, some years ago, the cosplays of both Kobato and Kekkaishi!
The midnight bargain was an ARC too, sent to me through Edelweiss, a fantasy with rich and poetical words, very well written.
I love the cover of The Cold is in her bones, and I really liked the first quarter of the book. But then it drags the plot on, and, snakes apart, I can’t really see the connection with the myth of Medusa.
Strange practice was one the biggest delusion of the year: the main character is the only woman in the story and she doesn’t do anything revelant in the story. Also, I was expecting an historican fiction, not a urban fantasy.
Shadowsmith was another great delusion: a mix of different elements from famous books of Neil Gaiman throw together. And the spooky cemetery on the cover is barely there.
I hate the main character of The way I used to be, and I hated even more the clichè of the ugly girl with glasses than became a hot gorgeous girl if she wears contacts. Hate.
Hello readers! Today I’m here to share with you my tentative TBR for the Sherlockathon, a readathon inspired by Sherlock Holmes that will begin on 19th October and will finish on November 15th, so you have still time to join us!
Here you can find the Twitter profile, and here the website with all the prompts.
If there are 2 books under a prompt, it’s just because I can’t decide, I’m a mood reader!
Read a diverse retelling by an own voices author:
Read a Book with more than 500 pages:
read any book only in one room:
Read a book you hope to learn something from:
Read a book by a woman:
Read a book with enemies:
READ A BOOK BY A SCOTTISH AUTHOR OR SET IN SCOTLAND:
Read a book that is ghost written or written under a pen name:
a book with a narrator:
a book with a detective:
read the group book: The hound of the baskervilles by arthur conan doyle
And that’s my TBR, what you think?
Do you see some interesting book? Tell me in the comments!