Happy Tuesday y’all! I’m doing TTT after a long time! I missed doing it. Hope to get my groove back this September.
It took me a long time to actually pick up this book because the idea of reading the book about a girl who is about to be executed by the Nazis disturbed me like nothing else. But I finally made myself read it and I regret nothing.
I’m not comfortable with themes of euthanasia. Nor do I have any taste for books where a protagonist dies. I didn’t have any idea that these things would be included in the book, but I still enjoyed the book.
Time loops are not my thing. It’s too convoluted for my reading taste. And even though I was confused by a lot that was going on in the book. But I definitely savored every word of this book.
I also have no taste for time travel. But Outlander is a book that I really liked. It had the right amount of romance, action, adventure and suspense. But the series only gets worse. I didn’t even get past the first 3 books.
Nothing could be more out of my comfort zone than reverse harem. I doubt if I’ll ever read this genre again, but I can’t deny how much I loved the series of All the Pretty Monsters.
I love Jewel E. Ann as much as I hate love triangles. But my love for the author was justified as she did a pretty great job with the love triangle with it. Themes like reincarnation are also out of my comfort zone but I loved how this theme was executed in the book.
Motorcycle club books are not my cup of tea. Fearless by Lauren Gilley was an exception.
I was initially very uncomfortable with romances having big age difference between the main couple. Now I’m more open to reading books with this theme. And I think Kulti played a big part in that.
Reading a book with the ‘Other woman’ of the series as the protagonist isn’t something I thought I’d ever do and enjoy. But this was the second book of the trilogy and I really liked seeing the world from the eyes of a character I hated.
Teacher-Student romances are not a genre you’ll find me reading usually. But I picked this book because of my love for Amy Harmon. And it exceeded my expectations. This was much more than a teacher-student romance, it was all about a girl and her journey to finding herself..