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Annihilation – Jeff VanderMeer || Book REVIEW

I’ve heard great things about this book for months and then I saw the extremely compelling trailer for the adaptation.

So when I saw it at the bookstore, I had to pick it up. Was it worth the hype? Let’s find out!

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Salem’s Lot – Stephen King || Book REVIEW

So as I’m reading through Stephen Kings work, I came across my first book that I haven’t read yet! If it weren’t for this challenge, I may have never picked this up! So am I glad I picked it up? Let’s find out!

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Carrie – Stephen King || Book REVIEW {REREAD}

So, as mentioned in my 2018 goals post, I am trying to read Stephen King’s book in the order of publication. Naturally, I started with his first published book, Carrie.

I had read this book before and thought it was only ok. That being said, it had been at least 5 years since I read it so I thought it was time to revisit it. Did I think it was ok again? Let’s find out!

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Completed 2017 Goals + 2018 Reading Goals!

So, it’s the new year and that means new reading goals and looking back on my past goals! While I was proud of my reading from last year, I’m always looking to improve so I have a few goals that I hope to accomplish in the coming year. In this post I’m going to look back on my past goals and talk about my new ones!

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Posted in Wrap Ups/TBR


Alright, to wrap up 2017 I’m going to list every book I read in the year organized by star rating. At the end, I will also list a few of my favorite and least favorite reads of the year, if you want to jump to that just scroll past the wrap up.

Wrap Up

I had a great reading year in 2017. All in all, I read 60 books (double my reading goal)! Out of those books I read –


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2017 End of Year Reading Survey

Hey guys, so sorry I haven’t posted recently. On top of the holidays and finals, I found myself in a super annoying reading slump. It was so frustrating, honestly. The good news is that I’ve gotten out of the slump and I’m here to wrap up my reading year! So without further ado, let’s jump into this survey.

I got these questions from BooksandLala’s Youtube channel. I’m not sure if she’s the original creator, but if you know please tell me in the comments below!

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Cleaving Souls – Chauncey Rogers || Book REVIEW

**DISCLAIMER – I was sent this book in return for an honest review. This did NOT affect my opinions or review. **

In September, I read my first book by Rogers’, Home to Roost (review HERE) and loved it! So when I had the opportunity to read his latest book, I jumped at the opportunity. Did I love it as much as the other? Let’s find out!



Some dangers you cannot outrun. Some nightmares do not end when you wake.

Something is watching Katherine Harris. She can feel it when she goes out. She can feel it inside her home. She feels it in her bed. Her husband, Alex, wants to blame her anxiety on her pregnancy, but he’s often away for work. He doesn’t know what it’s like to be stuck in a small town, to be trapped in a tiny house on a run-down street, to be alone. Kat does, and the feeling only grows worse.

Whatever is going on, Kat’s certain that it’s far more serious than pregnancy jitters. When Alex takes Kat on a second honeymoon to get her mind off things, it becomes far more dangerous as well.

GENRE – Horror / Psychological Thriller

RATING – PG13 (Some intense scenes and gore)

LENGTH – 225 pages

PUBLICATION DATE  – 10 / 10 / 17

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The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer – Michelle Hodkin // Book REVIEW

I always thought that if I read the Mara Dyer trilogy I’d either love it or hate it. So obviously I bought the entire box set. Was the buy worth it? Let’s find out!



Mara Dyer doesn’t think life can get any stranger than waking up in a hospital with no memory of how she got there.
It can.

She believes there must be more to the accident she can’t remember that killed her friends and left her mysteriously unharmed.
There is.

She doesn’t believe that after everything she’s been through, she can fall in love.
She’s wrong.

GENRE – Horror

RATING – PG13 (Some intense scenes, some sexual scenes and innuendos. TRIGGER WARNING – Sexual Assault )

LENGTH – 452 pages

PUBLICATION DATE – 9 / 27 / 11

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