I’ve been pretty busy these last few mon–years. Things have gotten out of control and I’m only JUST starting to patch things together to make them workable.
One of those things being writing “reviews”, which at this point they are more or less just blurbs on like “Read it if you feel like it” and “HOLY HELL THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING”. Either way, things have gotten pretty laissez-faire around here. Which was my whole life until I realized that I needed to pull myself together because I’m reviewing books from last summer and I have no clue what to write about them.
Which is why I labelled this segment: Ballroom Blitz.
Because I’m going to throw a bunch of tentatively labelled “reviews” at you.
‘Bunheads’ was on my summer reading list last year it was a nice beach book for sure.
Not intense in content, but still a decent story and plot. It’s about ballerinas, one in particular, and you follow their story of competitiveness, heartbreak, life, and their need to dance.
It was really well written (unlike these reviews), and I look forward to finding something else of hers in the future.
Definitely take this on a trip with you.
The Invisible Ones–Stef Penney
This book was pretty decent given that I didn’t know what I was walking into. The plot centres around gypsies and their lifestyle, but only because one of them goes missing and a cop is trying to suss out what happened.
It was well written and I look forward to reading some of the authors others books.
I liked reading about gypsies, and I enjoyed the characters and the plot twists.
Definitely a good mystery for anyone looking for one.
The Night We Said Yes–Lauren Gibaldi
This book was sent in one of my OwlCrate boxes, I was interested in reading it since it was all about how these people spent a night (you guessed it) saying ‘Yes’ to everything.
It was a silly story and definitely more for teens than even Young Adults. I’m neither, but still, it should’ve had a little more juice to it. It barely had any meat on its bones, and it was the first book from OwlCrate that I was really really disappointed in.
Handed it off to head to a thrift store. Hopefully some tween will enjoy it more than I did.
Next week will focus solely on Roald Dahl’s works.