Monthly summary

December Summary


I’m not happy with this months read. I had such troubles with several books. I have yet not finished Strange the Dreamer that I started, but I have not DNF it because I still hope it will get more exciting soon. Santa Claus totally killed my desire to read but I felt I had to finish it and it took way to long. So even though I have had several days free from work, I have hardly read anything. Its sad but now I just hope January will be better for me.

Favorite book this month: Shadow Dance – Julie Garwood
Least favorite book this month:
Santa Claus: The King of the Elves – B.C. Chase

Number of physical books:
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Total pages: 3380
Female authors: 4
Male authors: 5

18498558Bird box – Josh Malerman
Settings: USA Pages: 262 Published: 2014
Genres: Horror, thriller, mystery, fiction.
My rating: 4/5
Links: Review
136637Brimstone – Preston & Child
Settings: USA, Italy. Pages: 740 Published: 2004
Genres: Mystery, thriller, horror, crime.
My rating: 3/5
Links: Review
Book 5 in The Pendergast series.
39313789The Ghost – Jessica Gadziala
Settings: USA Pages: 239 Published: 2018
Genres: Romance, contemporary, suspense.
My rating: 4/5
Links: Review
Book 2 in The Professionals series.
731806If looks could kill – Heather Graham
Settings: USA Pages: 384 Published: 1997
Genres: Romantic, suspense, mystery, thriller, paranormal.
My rating: 2/5
Links: Review
31180248Leah on the off beat – Becky Albertalli
 Atlanta, Georgia Pages: 343 Published: 2018
 Young adult, contemporary, romance. 
My rating:
Book 2 in 
The Creekwood series.
29875363The fireman – Joe Hill
 USA Pages: 768 Published: 2016
 Horror, dystopia, thriller, fantasy, science fiction. 
My rating:
51J31JlyR4LShadow dance – Julie Garwood
Settings: USA Pages: 336 Published: 2006
Genres: Romantic, suspense, mystery, contemporary.
My rating: 5/5
Links: Review
Book 6 in The Buchanan/FBI series.
36021329Santa Claus: The King of the Elves – B.C. Chase
Settings: Fantasy Pages: 308 Published: 2017
Genres: Fantasy.
My rating: 1/5
Links: Review
Monthly summary

December Summary

Well December is over and with that the year of 2017. A new year is standing in front of my door and with that new books to read. Wonderful and I can hardly wait to start my new year. This month I have not been big on reading. A lot of other stuff to do and then the last book i read (Looking for Alaska) was not that good and did not make my desire to read any greater.

Favorite book this month: No one left to tell – Karen Rose
Least favorite book this month:
Looking for Alaska – John Green
Total read pages: 

32620320.jpgThe Darkest Corner – Liliana Hart
Settings: Last Stop, Texas, (USA) Pages: 368 Published: 2017
Genres: Romantic, Suspense, Fiction, Thriller
My rating: 3/5
Five word: No suspense, repeatable, disappointed, mediocre.
Links: Review | Goodreads
Book 1 in Gravdiggers.

No one left to tell – Karen Rose11264393
Settings: Baltimore, Maryland (USA) Pages: 544 Published: 2012
Genres: Romantic suspelsen, mystery, crime, thriller
My rating: 4/5
Five word: Lots of characters and information.
Links: Review | Goodreads
Book 13 in Romantic suspenses and book 2 in Baltimore.

13722526The Nightmare – Lars Kepler
Settings: Stockholm , Sweden Pages: 528 Published: 2010
Genres: Mystery, Crime, Thriller
My rating: 4/5
Five word: Little dry, but exciting, good!
Links: Review | Goodreads
Book 2 about Joona Linna.

To kill a mockingbird – Harper Lee2657
Settings: Fictional southern town, USA Pages: 324 Published: 1960
Genres: Historical, classic.
My rating: 4/5
Five word: Cant choose five words that describes this book.
Links: Review | Goodreads
Book 1 in to kill a mockingbird

27791721The Knowing – Ninie Hammon
Settings: USA Pages: 361 Published: 2015
Genres: Horror, fantasy, paranormal
My rating: 2/5
Five word: Not worth the time.
Links: Review | Goodreads
Book 1 in The Knowing.
Looking for Alaska – John Green99561.jpg
Settings: Alabama, USA. Pages: 221 Published: 2005
Genres: Young Adult, Fiction, romance, contemporary
My rating: 2/5
Five word: Dull, cant understand the point.
Links: Review | Goodreads