Sunday, August 31, 2014

Weekly Wrap Up (85)

Welcome to my Weekly Wrap Up!! Each week I share My Weekly Wrap Up of everything Book related (reviews,books purchased,won etc..). Each picture is linked for your convenience. All you need do is click on the cover and it will take you to the appropriate page! I'll also be linking my post up to Stacking The Shelves & The Sunday Post.


Hey all, it's Labor Day Weekend in the United States and if you don't know what that is it basically breaks down to the last hurrah of Summer, although, technically, it is supposed to be about celebrating the creation of the labor movement and its dedication to the social and economic achievements of American workers. Also tomorrow is my Birthday woot woot so things have been a bit busy around here. I'm not going to do a traditional format wrap up this week but if you stopped by this week you might have seen my Mini Review of Feral by Holly Schindler. I'm sad to say that was a disappointing read. I also shared my thoughts on the one book that I will gladly never read again as part of this weeks Booking Through Thursday where we were asked the question: What books do you Hate?

On the bookish side of things I received a copy of The Last Policeman by Ben H. Winters in the mail from Quercus Books, I also received a copy of Z-Plan: Blood on the Sand from Mikhail Lerma .  I guess that is about it this week. My computer is fixed so I should hopefully be back to regular blogging *yippee*. Hope you all enjoy the rest of the weekend!!!
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