July Wrap-Up and August TBR

Another month has gone by! I might have hit a personal monthly reading record of 11 books! I have been averaging 7 or 8 the past several but for some reason this month was just my month to read!

The Queen of Crows by Myke Cole – 10/10

The Ikessar Falcon by K.S. Villoso – 9/10

Kill the Farm Boy by Delilah S. Dawson and Kevin Hearne – 4/10

Brief Cases by Jim Butcher – 7/10

Where Loyalties Lie by  Rob J. Hayes – 8/10

The Mermaid by Christina Henry – 8/10

One of Us by Craig DiLouie – 9/10

Wake by Amanda Hocking -5/10

Bloody Rose by Nicholas Eames – I don’t have a review up for this yet but if you enjoyed Kings of the Wyld, go pre-order this book here!

Stalking Jack the Ripper and Hunting Prince Dracula by Kerri Maniscalco – A review should be coming tomorrow. I kind of surprised myself with how much I ended up really liking this series!

So what is coming in August! I have gotten several ARCs lately and so many of them I want to get through ASAP. August is looking to be a very busy month for me.

Foundryside was on my TBR for July but I did not manage to get around to it.

On the Shoulders of Titans and The Fifth Empire of Man are both sequels to self-pub books that I need to get to ASAP! I have both of them on my Kindle, I just need to read them!

Stars Uncharted is a Netgalley ARC that I received and I am looking forward to some good sci fi action as I have been neglecting that genre somewhat recently.

The Tower of Living and Dying and King of Assassins were both books received from Orbit for review. The Tower of Living and Dying is out now and King of Assassins comes out this month!

Finally, I want to read City of Lies by Sam Hawke. I have been seeing some great things about this book and author so I want to see what all the fuss is about!

Finally, I am currently reading two books as of writing this. I am reading The Traitor God by Cameron Johnson and The Once and Future King by TH White so there should be reviews for both of those going up soon!


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  1. What made Kill The Farm Boy disappointing? I keep seeing it and I mostly see negative reviews associated with it, so I’m hesitant to pick it up, but the cover and premise still have me interested.

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    1. Basically it just went on too long. It was really good at first but it got to the point where all the jokes were predictable because it was the same formula over and over again. Had it been condensed down to a novella, I might have loved it.

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