Review #174 // The Dark Planet (Atherton #3) – Patrick Carman

The Dark Planet (Atherton, #3)

With Atherton’s fall completed, the remaining people have settled back into their new way of life. Despite this, Edgar misses this cliffs, and only knows one other place to climb: off the edge of Atherton. During his climbs, Dr Kincaid realized the importance of contacting the Dark Planet, and sends Edgar off the edge in order to find the old dock.


Why this book?: The last of this nostalgic series for me. This was the book I accidentally started with all those years ago. According to my memory, I read it two or three times before realizing there were other books.

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Queer Summer Reading Sign-Up & TBR

grab button for Queer Summer Reading 2018This year, I’ve been trying to get involved in reading challenges or groups. I’ve tried Lit CelebrAsian, a reading group focused on reading books by Asian authors, as well as State of the ARC/ARCs Anonymous to help with backlist ARCs.

Queer Summer Reading sounds like a simple, directly up-my-alley kind of reading challenge. This post will detail the challenge as well as how I intend to involve myself over the next two months.

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Review #173 // The Hollow Boy (Lockwood & Co. #3) – Jonathan Stroud

The Hollow Boy (Lockwood & Co., #3)

With Lockwood & Co.’s recent success, they’re now overworked, and being constantly separated on jobs to make sure they all get done. When Lockwood and George hire a new assistant, Holly, without Lucy’s opinion, bad blood begins to boil. Even worse, a new outbreak is stretching all agencies to the max, and there is no end in sight.


Why this book?: I’ve been enjoying the series. The audiobooks are amazing as well, so lets hope this one is just as good.

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June Wrap-Up

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This year, I’ve decided to start doing monthly wrap-ups. You can look forward to these posts on the first of every month, with the previous month being discussed.

Deciding what I wanted to include in these posts was hard, but in each of these, you’ll find: books I’ve read this month, posts published, as well as news (be it personal or public). Enjoy!

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Review #172 // Rivers of Fire (Atherton #2) – Patrick Carman

Rivers of Fire (Atherton, #2)

When Atherton finally hit a level of flatness, most inhabitants believed that the changes were over. That not being the case, the people have to think fast, and overcome their prejudices with each other in order to survive, while a small group works to escape the inside of Atherton before it’s too late.


Why this book?: I’m rereading this series, because I remember loving it as a kid. This is the second one. 😀

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