Sunday Post #18 August 19, 2018

August 19, 2018
Sunday Post, InToriLex
Sunday Post is a Book Blog Meme hosted at the Caffeinated Reviewer. It's a post used to summarize what has happened on your blog for the past week, and preview what's next.



Review: All Systems Red by Martha Wells

Review: Temper by Nicky Drayden

Review: There There by Tommy Orange 

Book Scoop August 17- August 24, 2018


Thats not what happened, The Good Demon, Prey of Gods, Temper, Lies, InToriLex
 That's Not What Happened by Kody Keplinger 
(Scholastic Press OUT AUGUST 28)
I haven't read any Scholactic books in years but this sounds interesting. It follows the aftermath of a school shooting and was inspired by a true story. The author also wrote the book D.U.F.F.

The Good Demon by Jimmy Cajoleas 
The premise of this book is pretty unique. It follows a young girl who wants to reunite with her demon that was recently pushed out because of a exorcism.

Prey of Gods & Temper by Nicky Drayden
(Harper Voyager OUT NOW)
I won these two books along with Temper character cards from Goodreads. I recently finished Temper and enjoyed it, so I'm happy to have a finished copy. Prey of Gods has great reviews, so I can't wait to read it. These are both very diverse fantasy's with sci-fi elements.

Lies by T.M. Morgan 
 (St. Martin's Press OUT SEPTEMBER 11)
I have seen promotion and hyper surround this book for a while. It's a huge best seller in the UK. This follows a man whose life slowly starts to unravel and he discovers most of what he knows about the people in his life are lies.


I've slowly accepted that the summer is just a time when my reading slows down. I had a pretty busy work week, but I will be on vacation for the last week of August and I plan on catching up on my TBR.  I'm happy with the books sent  to me this week. I was hoping for a ARC of The Good Demon since I read the synopsis, so I hope it's enjoyable. I'm was able to visit with family and bowl this weekend. It was really relaxing but meant minimal reading.

#Currently Reading 

There There by Tommy Orange- This is a wonderful book following the lives of Native American people leading up to a POW WOW. The changing POV's, captivating stories and hard truths have led to a incredible listening experience.

Fruit of the Drunken Tree by Ingrid Rojas Contreras- This is a Colombian family saga and it is wonderful. Although I just started it, I'm really enjoying it. The author uses Spanish throughout the book and I'm happy I've been able to understand it because I'm working on learning Spanish.

How did your reading go this week?

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