January Book Wrap Up

Hey guys! I’m here today to give you my wrap up of all the books I’ve read this month. In the month of January I managed to a read a total of 7 books, and that has caused me to be a few books ahead of schedule in my Goodreads reading challenge – which is always a good thing.

So here’s the list of the books I read this month, plus a little sentence on how I felt about it:

  1. Redeemed by P.C Cast – the twelfth and final book in the House of Night series. This was a highly anticipated read for me, and I was so happy about it, it was fantastic!
  2. The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan – I’ve already done a review on this and the whole series, but this book, singularly was so. damn. good.
  3. The Son of Neptune by Rick Riordan – Second book in the Blood of Olympus series, featuring Percy Jackson! Another awesome, action-filled adventure that was just awesome.
  4. The Mark of Athena by Rick Riordan – Third book in the Blood of Olympus series, awesome – once again.
  5. The House of Hades by Rick Riordan – I think I’ve said enough for you to know that I thought this book was amazing, along with all the others.
  6. The Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan – The final book in the series, this was absolutely brilliant. Leo and Nico, ah, my favourite and most beloved characters. An amazing end to the book series.
  7. Waterfall by Lauren Kate – The second book in the Teardrop duology, was a wonderful fantasy book to read mixed in with the beautiful message of the strength of love and loss, but the ending was so crazy! I also have a review on that, so check it out in the review section of my blog!

So that’s all the books I’ve read this month. It is a little boring as five of them were a series, but I’m sure the month of February will be much more interesting! Look forward to a bunch of new and exciting books that I’m going to read in the month of February!
Currently, I’m reading Conqueror’s Moon by Julian May and also The Selection by Kiera Cass.

Hope you enjoyed!

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