Starting off with this gem to try and get out of my slump.
#AdventRecommends by @emilyrose_x (unpopular books) Day 11
So this is an old one, that I've read like 7(ish) years ago.
I love Smith's writing style a lot. And in my opinion this is her best trilogy. It is a bit dark, as most of her books are. But the idea is so original (at least it was once upon a time when I read it).
It has sort of a Jumanji vibe (maybe that's just me, again).
I guess fans of R. L. Stine might like this as well.
A birthday party game gone wrong! Loved, loved, loved this book! Great story. Easy read. I couldn't help sort of rooting for the bad guy at times. (Kind of like with Crowley and Lucifer in Supernatural. Crowley more so. Just saying. Lol) Also, there's a nice touch with the addition of runes toward the end. I don't get to read about them very often. Added a lil something special. :-)
One of my favourite podcasts, Teen Creeps is going to be finishing off the trilogy of ten-year-old me's heart on Wednesday. So, I figure today is the perfect time for a reread! I'm 30% into The Hunter and so far it's holding up extremely well. I'm a little more skeptical about some of Jenny's choices, and apparently time has not granted me even the slightest interest in Tom's general existence, but there's so much to like!
Next week I have to adult hard, so this weekend is all about getting caught up on my Teen Creeps podcast reading and indulging in normally off limits goodies!
Want to play a game? You must win to be released from your worst nightmares. Okay, maybe your worst nightmares when you were 10.
A post for my L. J. Smith love. Forbidden Game reminds me a lot of Hunger Games, but with less physical , more psychological horrors... And also a classic L. J. Smith romance (and by that I mean dangerous and swoony)