Hello and happy Tuesday!
I have been having so much fun participating in Top 5 Tuesday recently. T5W is a weekly meme hosted by Shanah @ Bionic Book Worm. So far this month we’ve done:
And here we are today with books starting with P–Q–R–S–T 🙂
Parsnips Buttered by Joe Lycett.
Joe Lycett is an amazing human being and so of course I’m taking the opportunity to talk about him. He’s a pansexual British comedian who enjoys responding to spam emails and also parking tickets from the council. He writes all about these experiences in his book Parsnips, Buttered which I highly enjoyed not only for the humour but also his own funny illustrations through out.
Queen of Shadows by Sarah J Maas.
This book was by far my favourite of the Throne of Glass series. I loved all the new characters, I loved how badass Aelin was, I loved Aelin in that black ninja assassin suit. I actually haven’t continued on with the series since reading this besides reading the novella bind up but I seriously need to get my arse in gear and complete the series but I’m scared.
Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston.
I tried. I really did try to go for another book but I couldn’t think of any! I’ve talked about this book too much and I know that so let me just say that I loved this and that I am so incredibly happy to see that so many other people love it too. This book keeps popping up in my Tumblr dash and I get so happy every time I see it.
Shade by Mere Joyce
I am a huge fan of books with a main character that can see ghosts and this book in particular I loved. Fourteen year old Callum goes to a summer camp for people who can see ghosts and its so good! What I loved about this was that each person could see a different kind of ghost. Callum sees the ghosts of those brutally murdered. Another character sees ghosts of dead dogs, another of woman who died in childbirth. I am so excited for the sequel Revenant.
Troublemakers by Catherine Barter
I got an ARC for this a year or two ago and I really want to re-read it because I remember I loved it but don’t remember the exact whys. This book follows a girl whose mother, a political activist, died when she was younger and is being raised by her brother and her brothers boyfriend who are currently going through a rough patch. This was a really enjoyable coming of age story that, like I said, I want to re-read.
There we go for another week. Thank you for reading 🙂