Hello readers, sorry for the late post!
How are you? I would have the time to post more during May, unfortunately I had severe illness coming back, and I’m still not feeling really well, so I don’t know how much I will posting during the next month.
Rest assured that I tried to read all your blog posts, even if I didn’t leave a comment so often.
In May I’ve read 10 books plus one DNF.
The time hunters and the box of eternity: the second volume in the Time Hunters saga is even better than the first one! A great group of characters, actions and really evil villains. And have you seen the cover?
The adventures of Sophie Mouse, a new friend: I’m totally in love with this series, the illustrations are beautiful!
And then you’re dead:well, that was funny! Don’t read it if you’re hypochondriac or really anxious!
Real haunted cemeteries and graveyards: good to know just a little fact here and there, mostly American cemeteries, but without real information or names of the witness.
The heiress of Linn Hagh: it’s not worthy of Agatha Christie, I’m sorry. The mystery is good but not excellent, the characters are not likeable, especially the detective.
The clockwork crow: beautiful cover, poor and predictable plot, the crow is the only character that I liked.
All my friends are dead: I was expecting more. It wasn’t so funny.
Two gothic/supernatural historical fiction that both disappointing me. The seer of shadows is, in fact, a middle grade (and I love middle-grade books) with flat characters and a rush ending. Odd & True is my biggest disappointment of the year so far: Cat Winters is the best to write women in a historical context, but this book is just boring and the sisters are annoying.
And that was my reading month, how was yours?
Tell me in the comments!