I‘ve had Song of the Current sitting on my shelf for almost a year and have decided to finally pick it up because the author, Sarah Tolcser will be at my local indie bookstore next Tuesday, signing the sequel and I plan on getting it. Better late than never, right? 😂
Look at this great group of books from my bestest book friend @TracyReadsBooks 💕💕 I am eternally grateful to her as she not only is my book dealer (!), she also introduced me to Litsy!!❤️😘
This book surprised me, it is about adventure, fate, and destiny. I loved the pirate theme to the book. The wherryman look after their own. That was a popular saying in the book about taking care of your own people. Caro‘s father was a wherryman and she was his first mate. She grew up and lived her whole life on his wherry up until her fate came calling for her. Overall very good book, I very much enjoyed the romance at the end.
This book was alright. It wasn't riveting and at the time of reading I could easily take it or leave it. The story had an interesting premise, but didn't hold me enough to read any further books, if in fact there are any. Although it does leave it open for more.
I'm rating it a pick though, as I still enjoyed reading nonetheless and I think a younger audience would enjoy.
Here is my physical book Wrap Up for August! The next two pics I post will be the eBooks & Audiobooks I also read/listened to in August.
I read 12 books, 3 graphic novels and listened to 4 audiobooks in August! Which I'm super happy with!
How much did you read this month? What was your favourite read of August?!
I read so many good ones! I can't choose between This Savage Song, Gentlemen's Guide & Upside of Unrequited!
This book was a fun, action packed YA fantasy! The characters were amazing and I loved Tarquin's development! The romance was done well and I'm someone that doesn't like romance. The writing was really good and it had unique names that were still easy to pronounce. I loved that we had pretty good parents which is rare for YA fiction! Overall highly recommend to fantasy readers and lovers of Moana.
Find my full review at duskangelreads.com
Finished this fun debut fantasy novel by Sarah Tolcser today. If you like adventure tales with pirates, sea monsters, a little romance, and some interfering Gods this is the book for you. It's a light read with lovable characters. Being the first in a series it sets the tone and leaves you open for more at its end. I look forward to reading the next one.
The Terry Pratchett Books are second hand bargains
This was an interesting book.
I feel like the plot was up and down and up and down which made the flow a little odd but I did enjoy it!
I liked all the family, friend and romance (slow burn) relationships...and the political and backstabbing...and the magic/gods
Excited to see where the sequel will go since Caroline has the Vix and political support/connections.
This is my seventh and last book of the #summerflingreads challenge! All done!
I'm officially on vacation!
I love anything related to mermaids, pirates, and sea life! Plus there's glitter on the cover so...
My last book for the #summerflingread in the category of Beach Read (we classified that loosely as a regular Beach read or one where stuff takes place in the sea or on the beach).
Feel free to join the Life & Lit Facebook book group. We're currently voting on the August book!
Sitting outside on the front yard with my iced coffee and my current read: Song of the Current 💙
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Awesome #Uppercase box this month! Can't wait to read this one!!
For years I have been obsessed with Pirates of the Caribbean, but never have I been able to find a book with daring sword fights, magic, and of course BURIED TREASURE and now I have 2! I'm so excited!!