End of the O.W.L.s readathon

Hello witches or wizards,

It’s the end of the readathon! Last Thursday was the last day of the readathon and I hope y’all read a lot this month. 😉

I finished the Opposite Of Always by Justin A. Reynolds and Children Of Blood And Bone by Tomi Adeyemi! Both were great reads by the way.

The Opposite Of Always was a really funny book. The way Justin A. Reynolds built the story to reveal the moral of it was great. I really enjoyed reading Jack and Kate scenes with their cereal addiction which were often cute and funny. This book is in my opinion underrated and deserves more hype. I enjoyed the time travel a lot which I had never read in a book before. I also really like that Jack doesn’t only need to save Kate during the time-traveling but he also needs to help his friends. At one point I was a bit confused but it became clearer at the end.

With Children Of Blood And Bone it was different. Because in the beginning I wasn’t so sure I was going to love this book, but the more I read it the more I loved it. The whole time, especially at the end, things happened that I did not expect at all. So I was always surprised, which is a great thing. I love the magic system this book has and I love the romances in it too. My favorite characters are definitely Amari and Zélie. On the other hand, I have really mixed feelings about Inan. One thing that bugged me a little was that Amari, although she’s one of my favorite characters, talked a lot about Binta. And I do understand why, but still, every single Amari chapter has the name ‘Binta’ in it.

That’s it! I had a great reading month because I read books that were on my TBR for a while now. I hope you read a lot this month. How was your readathon? Tell me in the comments!

And I’m happy to announce that I passed my O.W.L.s as broom maker!

Bye, -ChH

 

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