The Sunday Snuggle W50/2019: Weekly Wrap Up

Hello readers!

It’s been another long week, and somehow it barely felt like Christmas is so close, until it started snowing! This weekend it finally snowed, and it was lovely! I absolutely love this time of the year, so it’s really nice to see it with snow.

This week I got:
red white and royal blue casey mcquiston

I’ve been debating whether to read this book for ages, and I finally caved in.

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Weekly Wrap Up

the electric heir victoria lee magic for liars sarah gailey wilder girls rory power

The Electric Heir (Feverwake#2), by Victoria Lee / Goodreads Ongoing

As said last time, I paused this one because I am trying to read as many 2019 books as I can until the end of the year. At this point I am accumulating so many current reads oh my gosh.

Magic for Liars, by Sarah Gailey / Review ★★★☆☆

I ended up liking this book but not being entirely sold on it!

Wilder Girls, by Rory Power / Review ★★★★☆

This was such a great read and I had lots of fun with this feminist horror YA! I highly recommend it.

the tigers wife tea obreht red white and royal blue casey mcquiston mansfield park jane austen

The Tiger’s Wife, by Téa Obreht / Goodreads Ongoing

I started this one and I’m not sure yet what I think about it! I like the writing and it looks promising but I’m not engrossed in the story yet. I also don’t have the pretty, black edition of this book, but the yellow ugly one. I’m putting the pretty cover on my blog and no one can stop me.

Red, White and Royal Blue, by Casey McQuiston / Goodreads Ongoing

This is ADORABLE. I absolutely love it.

Mansfield Park, by Jane Austen / Goodreads Ongoing

Didn’t pick this up this week .

bibliophile jane mount

Bibliophile, by Jane Mount / Goodreads Ongoing

I didn’t pick this up this week.

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What have you read this week?

One thought on “The Sunday Snuggle W50/2019: Weekly Wrap Up

  1. Ooh, I’m glad you’re liking Red White and Royal Blue, I just got a copy as well and am hoping to read it soon! I’ll definitely be looking forward to your thoughts on that one. And on The Tiger’s Wife as well, of course! I’m glad you’re liking some parts of it at least!

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