Best reads of 2017

Yes, yes, I know it’s not 2017 anymore, but I just have been so busy and tired that it has been really hard to concentrate enough to write down a blog about the best books I read last year.

Like my life had a very unexpected turn of events and the week of Christmas and the New Year’s week were so incredibly difficult and busy that I cannot even begin to understand how I got myself so busy, it’s insane!

Then I had to travel out of the country so that is another week that went by without me finishing this post.

Also I re-read a lot of books so the new material I read is pretty limited.

Still I do have a few books that I feel deserve more attention than what they got.

So let’s get this blog started!!!!! *Screams in announcer voice*

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The Last Girl On Earth by Alexandra Blogier ARC Review

Happy New Year you guys!! I hope you are having a wonderful time in the early stages of the new year.

So cover your eyes guys ’cause here I come again!

Thanks to Netgalley and Delacorte Press for providing The Last Girl On Earth by Alexandra Blogier for me to enjoy and then post an honest review of this book.

I know, I know, I’ve said that this blog is more than just book reviews and then I go and do just that. I have a few other post about how real life relates to books and visersa I just haven’t finished them and I have read a lot of ARCs lately so that is why I kind of have to write reviews, please don’t get too mad at me.

Anyway, this post is all about The Last Girl On Earth and so before I tell you what my thoughts on the book are, let’s read what the book is all about. Shall we?

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The Sweetest Kind of Fate by Crystal Cestari Review

OMG hello guys!

If I could have placed heart emojis in the title I would have.

Thanks to Disney-Hyperion and Netgalley I had the honor to receive The Sweetest Kind of Fate ARC by Crystal Cestari, for an honest review and if you couldn’t tell by my word choice above, I loved it.

I effing loved it.

Like seriously this is the kind of book that makes me want to stop reading, go out there to the cold and lonely world and find me an adventure so that it stops being a cold and lonely world to become a warm and full of love world.

So before I start with my review, here is what the book is about:

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Brave by Jennifer L. Armentrout book trailer

Hello lovely people!

Today is the release day of one of the books that I have been waiting for, for a loooooooooooooooooooooooong time. Yes, each of the “Os” means like weeks, I don’t know, but it’s been a while since I read the previous book, “Torn” and I had been patienly waiting for Brave.

Today is the release day and I cannot wait to start the final installment of the Wicked Trilogy, but before I can do that, I want you all to watch the trailer because every book release is better if there is a book trailer.

So, without me rambling more, click read more to watch the trailer.

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My Kind of Crazy by Robin Reul review

Hello lovely people of the interwebs!

It’s me Ana coming at you with another book review. Yeah, I know, crazy stuff!

Though for some reason this year I’ve re-read about ten to fifteen books (don’t know what’s gotten into me. I just really want to read stories that I really enjoyed some months or years ago). I have taken some time to read new stories to add to my list and a few weeks ago, the lucky book that made it to my “to read” list and then immediately I started it, was Robin Reul’s debut novel, My Kind of Crazy.

I really enjoyed this book, it was an easy and fun read that took me about 7 hours of dedication, but I really enjoyed those seven hours.

So before I tell you all about the things I liked and the things I didn’t about, My Kind of Crazy, here is what the book is all about:

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Nemesis duology by Anna Banks review

Yes, you read that right, I’m reading again and the reviews are coming in with it.

I actually started the Nemesis book last year, but for one reason or another I didn’t get to finish it, so this month I decided that I had had a really long reading break and that it was time to start reading again. Nemesis was a very good book to start with, because after that one I’m crazy about reading again.

Anyway, instead of giving you a review of the first book (Nemesis) and then the second book (Ally) I’m going to write a review of the duology itself. No it’s not to save time or whatever you might be thinking, it’s just that I read them right after the other and I feel like it’s better if I tell you how I felt about both books that way you can decide if the duology is worth your time or not.

Here is what the books are about:

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