Thursday 20 August 2015

August Wrap Up | Faith

The first book I read this month was The Statistical Probability Of Love At First Sight by: Jennifer E. Smith. I have been really craving a cute contemporary read. I don't know why Jennifer E. Smith's books stood out to me, they just did. I am usually the type of person who boycotts cute romantic contemporary books because I never really understood the hype. I've always just thought that they were cheesy, not well written and I just thought they didn't have a good story. I read this book, and not only did it put a smile on my face but it made me understand why everybody loves these kinds of books. This book was so much more then just a romance book, it involved family and that is something that I really admired. This wasn't mind-blowing but it really was a fun read, so I would rate this book a 4 out of 5 stars. I definitely think that I'm going to be on a Jennifer E. Smith marathon for a while.

The second book I read this month was Saga Volume 2 by: Brian K. Vaughn and Fiona Staples. I honestly don't know how I feel, for the most part I wasn't really paying attention while reading it but I was also still invested in it. I know that I liked it more then the first volume. I'm sorry, I can't really say much. I would rate it a 3.8 out of 5 stars.

What I can say is that I do recommend these graphic novels if you're into science-fiction and if you can handle illustrated nudity.

The third book I read this month was The Geography of You and Me by: Jennifer E. Smith. Something about the two Jennifer E. Smith books that I've read and loved, is that there are little tiny things/moments in them that are so significant to the characters and in the story that you can't help but smile. Such as, the postcards. This book was definitely very cute and adorable but I did prefer The Statisical Probability of Love At First Sight a little bit more, it just stood out to me more then this one did. I would rate this book a 3.5 out of 5 stars. It was really interesting seeing from two POV's, it just made the story alot more memorable. Also, I truly belive that Jennifer's books are perfect for the screen because it looks like they would be easy to adapt since they are already a mini movie just within a book. I suggest that you read this if you've read Love, Rosie/Where Rainbows End by: Cecilia Ahern.

If you do want to start reading something by Jennifer E. Smith, I .think you should go and check out The Statiscial Probability Of Love At First Sight because that is personally my favourite.

The fourth book I read this month was Tearing Down The Ivy by: Amy Bledsoe. I was sent this book in exchange for an honest review. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, it did hold a lot of captivating mysterious stories but I did feel that I wasn't in the right mindset to be reading this book. I would recommend this book if you've watched The Secret Life Of The American Teenager. I would rate it a 4 out of 5 stars. 

You can read my review HERE


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