Long time no see!
How have you been? I’ve been really busy the last year, but I’ll let you ready about that on Patchwork Journey. Today you’re here to read about what books I’ve read lately, and to be honest there have been A LOT since I updated you last. WE aren’t going to go through all those though, so lets just talk about the last 10 and my current read.
Vicious by VE Schwab
If you don’t know Vicious is about two boys/adults who used to be roommates in school but then after an incident the two become enemies. After years in jail (and then breaking out) Victor and his new friend Eli are on the hunt for his old friend.
I honestly didn’t know what to expect when going into this book. It was on sale and I had head the title so I went for it. I ended up not loving it but not hating it. It was good and if I knew what I was walking into I would have liked it more.
Rage by Cora Cormack
Rage is the second book in the Stormheart series where we follow Princess Aurora in her quest to gain powers over storms, save her kingdom, and claim her title as queen. Due to this being the second book in the series I don’t want to say much about the plot, because I don’t want to spoil the first book Roar.
I LOVED this book though. I love the first one and I loved the second one partly because of the magic system. I think that it’s really unique and I haven’t read anything like it before. I also love Aurora as a character. The only thing I don’t like is the romantic relationship, but I’m able to overlook that because of the magic system.
Capturing The Devil By Kerri Maniscalco
Capturing the Devil is the fourth and final book in the Stalking Jack the Ripper Series that follow Audrey Rose a she not only battles society norms but fights to put murderers behind bars though detective work. This story takes place in New York after someone who seems to copy the Jack The Ripper Murders is let loose in the city. They then travel to Chicago in an attempt to follow the murderer.
I have really liked this entire series and I am so sad to see this series end. I’m glad that they didn’t drag it out though, because it ended in a way that if they really wanted to it could continue. I’m ok if it doesn’t continue though. It has been a wild ride where my heart was yanked in several directions and as much as I hate to see it end it’s ok. I did love this book and I have already re-read it. I’m that person apparently.
Loki: Where Mischief Lies
This was a fun read. I enjoyed every second of it and hope that there are more books set in the marvel universe in the future. (Like full of words books. I already want to read the comics). I don’t really know how to describe this book. It’s about Loki in London in like the 1930’s or 1940’s and there is a run of “murders” where the bodies are decomposing and are warm and don’t seem dead. So no one knows what’s going on. It was a fun read though, 100% would read again.
Harry Potter Books 1-5
haha! Bet you didn’t expect that!
Yes. I have been reading the Harry Potter books, but with a catch! Guess you better sick around for the next blog post….
See you soon,