Sunday Summary | 23rd – 29th Jan


Currently reading:

The Nix by Nathan Hill – I’m putting this book on hold at the moment because I have a damn lot of Netgalley books I need to get read, and soon!

The Girl Before by J P Delaney – I’ve been wanting to read this for ages, it was on my most anticipated list of 2017! I’m now very wary of it as apparently it gets a bit 50 Shades and I’m not about that life… We’ll see how it goes…

Books finished this week:

I got to enjoy two free short stories this week.

Spectrum by Aidan Reid – This one was a short story, at only 32 pages long. It was a great effort but it didn’t quite satisfy me enough. I ended up giving this 3 stars on my Goodreads account. I won’t be posting the review on my blog as it’s only 100, or so, characters long, but I’ll link it here.

Cold Calling by Haydn Wilks – Haydn was kind enough to contact me directly and offer me a free copy of his novel in exchange for a review. Cold Calling is a seriously dark novel! Think American Psycho with more unnecessary violence and swearing! Saying that, I still enjoyed this novel, it’s just quite troubling. My review is here!

Bird Box by Josh Malerman- Holy shit. This is my first 5 star read of the year. It’s exciting, scary and emotional. I loved it! Here is my review!

Rattle by Fiona Cummins – Eh. This wasn’t as great as I was hoping. Everyone seemed to really love it but I didn’t see the hype. My review will be up for it soon!

Books I’m planning on reading next:

Books bought this week:

Blog posts this week:

Here’s a catch up on what I’ve posted this week.

Monday: Review: The Spider and the Fly by Claudia Rowe

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Tuesday: Top Ten Tuesday: FREEBIE! (Top ten books I’ll never read)


Wednesday: Wednesday Wisdom


Thursday: Review: Cold Calling by Haydn Wilks


Friday: Review: Bird Box by Josh Malerman


Friday Finds | 20th – 27th Jan


Saturday: TBR Declutter! – Down the TBR Hole #2


9 Replies to “Sunday Summary | 23rd – 29th Jan”

  1. The girl before…if you manage to ignore the 50 shades bit, it ghets better and it’s actually a pretty addictive read, I ended up loving it dspite my initial reservations!


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