As I mentioned in the July Wrap-Up, saw a TikTok video and I just had to pick up The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. The TikTok was about the song The Hanging Tree and someone commented that it was featured in this book. Since I adore that scene in the original trilogy, both in the book and in the movie, I couldn’t resist! Especially in the movie, it is just so emotional and it was probably my favorite scene from the movie. So let’s see if this latest book lived up to all the expectations!
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Earlier this week I posted a review for a mystery and now I’m back for the tour of a young adult dystopian. TBR and Beyond Tour is hosting a tour for The Ballad of Ami Miles and today I want to talk about this book. Keep on reading to find out more about this book including my review and some of my favorite quotes.
A big thanks to the publisher for providing me with an e-arc to read and review!
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I read and reviewed Lifel1k3 quite some time ago, but didn’t take the time to read the sequel, Dev1at3. Before I started I did a reread of Lifel1k3 and then dived right into Dev1at3. All I can say before starting my review is saying that I’m very happy I decided to wait. After that ending, I need the third and final book. But first, let’s talk about Dev1at3!
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When I started reading Defy Me I realized I had forgotten a lot about Restore Me haha. So a friend told me I should really read the novella Shadow Me first and I’m so happy I did. I don’t have that much to say about either story though, so I thought I would do another round of mini reviews.
since these are book 4,5 & 5 in the Shatter Me series, there will be spoilers for the earlier books!
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Not too long ago, I saw in a Facebook group that Michelle Kenney was looking for reviewers for the first two books in a trilogy she wrote. Book of Fire sounded really interesting and like something I would enjoy. Today I have my review for the first book in this series, keep an eye on the blog for my review of City of Dust, the second book in the trilogy!
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Gunslinger Girl wasn’t a book that was top priority on my TBR. To be honest, I’ve never read a Western before and that kind of held me back. I did hear a lot of good things about it though. TBR & Beyond had this book as a group read. There was even a chat with the author, so I gave the book a try.
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