Sunday Post #22 September 23, 2018

September 23, 2018
InToriLex, Sunday Post, Weekly Feature
 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: Fruit of the Drunken Tree by Ingrid Roja Contreas


Review: Vox by

Review: Freshwater

Book Scoop September 21- September 28, 2018


The Nectar of Pain, Najwa Zebian, InToriLex
The Nectar of Pain by Najwa Zebian -This is an awesome collection of poetry about pain and loss. I won this from a giveaway hosted by the publisher. 

OUT October 2nd from Andrews McMeel Publishing

People Kill People, Ellen Hopkins, InToriLex
People Kill People by Ellen Hopkins- This a novel written in verse that tackles gun violence and white supremacy. 
OUT NOW From Margaret K. McElderry Books 


I for the second week in a row have been unable to post to my blog regularly. I recently went to the doctors because of my uncharacteristic low energy lately. I had some blood work done, so well see. I hope it's not that I'm almost thirty and my body needs more rest. I have been able to read some but usually while falling asleep quickly.

I'm hoping for a better more productive week, and I'm also going to make a better effort to sleep more and hope that will give me the energy I need. 


The Final Six by Alexandra Monir- I started listening to this on audio on a whim, and I'm really enjoying it. It's about teenagers drafted to colonize a planet on Jupiter. There's action, mysteries and great diverse characters.

A Blade So Black by L.L. McKinney- This a modern day retelling of Alice in Wonderland featuring a black female teen in Atlanta. I'm really excited to finally get to this. 

How did your reading go this week?

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