2016 End of Year Book Survey

Holy cheese balls this survey took me a long time to finish. It was fun, though.

I didn’t know this was a thing until I saw it explode all over the blogosphere lately. I looked into it and it seemed interesting that I wanted to give it a go. This survey was created by Jamie over at The Perpetual Page Turner.

Because there were so many great books that I read in 2016, I’m going to try and not repeat the same book for each answer. There will be a couple repeats, though (a.k.a. you’re going to see me fangirling over Six of Crows a lot).



Number of books I read: 57
Number of re-reads: 1
Genre I read the most from: fantasy (obviously)



1. Best Book You Read In 2016?

IMG_4551Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

This. Book. Is. So. Freaking. Good. I was surprised when I first read this because I had read the first book of Leigh Bardugo’s other series and was underwhelmed. However, this new series that she has written is a different story. It’s set in the same world, but follows totally different characters. It’s a bunch of thugs and thieves trying to pull the biggest heist in history. If you haven’t read this before, you are certainly missing out on a thrilling adventure.

2. Book You Were Excited About & Thought You Were Going To Love More But Didn’t?

Image result for water for elephants bookWater for Elephants by Sara Gruen

When I read the description to this book, I thought that I was going to love this book. It seemed like it was going to be the right blend of quirkiness, relationships, and heart break. It was a good book, but I didn’t like it as much as I expected to. I found the younger Jacob to be a tad bit annoying, always pining over something he can’t have. I guess that’s human nature, though. We always want what we can’t have.

 3. Most surprising (in a good way or bad way) book you read?

715vlp6m-olTo Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

I wasn’t sure if I was going to like To Kill a Mockingbird, and surprisingly, I did. I don’t read classics often, and in those few instances that I do, I normally don’t enjoy them. This book, however, was an exception. There’s so much in the story that I can relate to an extent, and it was like reliving my childhood, oblivious to the negativity around me.

 4. Book You “Pushed” The Most People To Read (And They Did)?

Image result for throne of glassThrone of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

I wouldn’t say that a lot of people actually read Throne of Glass when I recommended it to them, but I definitely pushed a lot of people to. You see, a lot of my friends either don’t have the time to read or don’t like to read. Some said that they’ll try it if they have time, but I highly doubt it will be any time soon. I convinced an English teacher to give it a try while we were fangirling about books.

 5. Best series you started in 2016? Best Sequel of 2016? Best Series Ender of 2016?

13541054Best series startedThe Dark Artifices by Cassandra Clare

This is one of the series I’m really looking forward to seeing what comes next. I love the Shadowhunter world, and the series get better as they go. It was nice to dive into a familiar world again but with different characters. I feel like this series is going to be the angsty-est out of all the Shadowhunter series that Cassandra Clare has written. It’s forbidden love, for crying out loud. It’s going to angsty. Not that I’m complaining.

17927395Best sequel: A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas

To say that I was pleasantly surprised would be an understatement when it comes to this story. I thought that the series couldn’t get any better after the first book, but boy was I wrong. There was so much character development and the new kingdoms introduced were a great touch to the story. I don’t change ships often, but ACOMAF made me jump off the Tamlin ship and into the Rhysand ship.

Related imageBest series ender: Opposition by Jennifer L. Armentrout

I didn’t read many series enders in 2016. To be exact, I only read two. I chose Opposition  because I liked the ending more than the other one. I hate sad endings, and the other book I read had a really sad ending. AND IT WAS A MIDDLE GRADE SERIES! You can’t end a middle grade series like that! Anyway, I really loved the Lux series and I’m happy with the conclusion.

 6. Favorite new author you discovered in 2016?

Image result for amie kaufman and jay kristoffAmie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff

I don’t know if there is another great writing duo out there. I feel a bit iffy when it comes to co-author writing because I sometimes find that the writing style is choppy. However, both Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff’s writing styles are blend seamlessly together. I look forward to what they are going to write next.

7. Best book from a genre you don’t typically read/was out of your comfort zone?

1005_furiously-happyFuriously Happy by Jenny Lawson

I don’t read biographies often, let alone autobiographies. I always find it super boring reading about how someone lived their life. However, I could personally relate to Jenny Lawson. I have social anxiety and suffered depression for a couple years. Reading how Jenny Lawson copes with her mental illnesses made me feel not alone. Plus, her stories are hilarious. The pictures add a great touch. She’s just enough awkward and weirdness to make you laugh.

 8. Most action-packed/thrilling/unputdownable book of the year?

IMG_4551Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Do I even need to explain myself? Six of Crows was so intense! If you haven’t already jumped onto the bandwagon and read this book, you need to do that right this instant! Don’t be skeptical about all the hype. The hype is there for a reason. I’m not going to say anything about this other than the fact that you’ll fall in love with every single character in the Dregs. Except Matthias. I’m still holding a little grudge on him.

 9. Book You Read In 2016 That You Are Most Likely To Re-Read Next Year?

I usually wait a couple years before I reread a book because there are so many books I want to read. I don’t have any plans to reread books from 2016 this year.

10. Favorite cover of a book you read in 2016?

Image result for illuminae gifIlluminae by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff

Not only does the story have an interesting format that it’s told in, it also has an awesome cover. Heck, the whole thing is visually pleasing. The dust jacket on the hardcover version is awesome. Once you take that off, the book itself is stunning. I mean, do you see this .gif? You can’t tell me that that isn’t beautiful inside and out.

11. Most memorable character of 2016?

IMG_4551Kaz Brekker from the Six of Crows series by Leigh Bardugo

I haven’t been able to stop thinking about this book ever since I read it, which says a lot. If you know anything about me, I’m forgetful. If I don’t care enough to remember it, I won’t. However, I’m so invested in this world of Ketterdam and the Dregs that it hasn’t left my mind. I still constantly think of those little thieves, especially the genius behind it all.

 12. Most beautifully written book read in 2016?

Image result for milk and honeymilk and honey by Rupi Kaur

It’s simple, yet powerful. I’ve never read poetry books before other than Shel Silverstein’s books way back when I was younger. It was interesting to dive into a writing style that I haven’t read in a while. Most of the poetry I’ve read before were targeted toward children, and seeing that poetry can also talk about deep and dark subjects opened my eyes to a whole new world of literature.

13. Most Thought-Provoking/ Life-Changing Book of 2016?

715vlp6m-olTo Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Now I understand why certain classics are classics. I wouldn’t say To Kill a Mockingbird was life-changing, per say, but it definitely changed my view on classics. It’s kind of what people say about alcoholic drinks to those who don’t like alcohol. You just haven’t found the one for you. Bad analogy? Yeah. It was bad. However, this book was rather thought-provoking. While I was reading it, I stopped every once in a while to think about what I just read. That is something I don’t normally do when I read.

 14. Book you can’t believe you waited UNTIL 2016 to finally read?

Image result for golden sonGolden Son by Pierce Brown

I read Red Rising a little over a year before I started Golden Son. I really enjoyed the first book, so I have no idea why I waited so long to continue the series. The unfortunate thing about waiting so long is that I lost interest in the story and didn’t enjoy it as much as I thought I would. I might not even finish the trilogy.

 15. Favorite Passage/Quote From A Book You Read In 2016?

My favorite quote from Empire of Storms was said by Aelin to a certain someone that I’m not going to mention because SPOILERS!

“The world,” Aelin said, “will be saved and remade by the dreamers…”

I kind of find this true in the real world as well. It’s the dreamers and weird ones that make the future.

16. Shortest & Longest Book You Read In 2016?

Image result for julius caesar bookShortest book (not including novellas): Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare

I feel like people either hate Shakespeare or love Shakespeare. There’s no in between. I’m more on the hate side, but I still don’t mind reading his works. The part I don’t like is all the essays I have to write over them. It also bothers me the way of thinking back in Shakespeare’s time was that people’s fate was already decided. I didn’t mind Julius Caesar, but I’d much rather learn the actual history of Caesar rather than read a play about him that was written way after he died. Sorry, Shakespeare.

25209521Longest book: Oblivion by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Oblivion is the first book of the Lux series in Daemon’s perspective. However, the Kindle version included not only the first book, but also the second and third book in Daemon’s perspective, making three books in one. Because of that, this book was fairly long. 1,005 pages, to be exact. It was worth it, though. I really enjoyed it.

17. Book That Shocked You The Most

imageEmpire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas

If we’re talking about plot twists, Empire of Storms takes the cake. There were so many that I never saw coming. Especially that ending. I should expect it by now from Sarah J. Maas because of her past books, but I never can see what’s coming next. I guess that’s what I love about this series. It’s unpredictable.

18. OTP OF THE YEAR (you will go down with this ship!)

Feysand (Feyre + Rhysand) from A Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J. Maas

imageI used to be Team Tamlin when I read ACOTAR, but secretly was hoping that Feyre would end up with Rhysand. After reading ACOMAF, my opinions on Tamlin have totally changed. I know he did the things he did because he thought he was helping Feyre. He still was a major potato sack to Feyre, let’s be real. That’s why I support Feysand now. Rhysand is more than he let’s on. If you haven’t started this series yet, you need to get on that because it is amazing.

19. Favorite Non-Romantic Relationship Of The Year

Image result for lumberjanesImage result for lumberjanes seriesImage result for lumberjanes seriesImage result for lumberjanes vol 4Image result for lumberjanes vol 5

Lumberjanes series by Noelle Stevenson

They’re a really tight knit group that go on adventures together and will do anything for each other, including risking their lives. Who could ask for a better group of friends?

20. Favorite Book You Read in 2016 From An Author You’ve Read Previously

25209521Oblivion by Jennifer L. Armentrout

One of my favorites was Oblivion. I have many more, but this one stood out to me. I’ve probably said this tons of times, but ever since I started the Lux series, I really wanted the story in Daemon’s perspective. Oblivion is exactly that. This book was a dream come true.

21. Best Book You Read In 2016 That You Read Based SOLELY On A Recommendation From Somebody Else/Peer Pressure

Image result for gracelingGraceling by Kristin Cashore

I’ve been pressured for years by my friend to read this book, and I finally gave in. I kind of had to because she got me a copy for Christmas. Boy, am I thankful that she did! It was amazing to read some light fantasy for a change after all that high fantasy I had been reading. It was just what I needed. If I didn’t read it at the time I did, I would’ve probably gotten into a huge reading slump.

22. Newest fictional crush from a book you read in 2016?

13541054Julian Blackthorn from The Dark Artifices by Cassandra Clare

I secretly crush on Julian Blackthorn. Is that weird? I feel like if I met him in real life I would have a crush on him. I mean, come on. I’ve only read about him in stories and I already do. Hey fictional gods, can Julian Blackthorn please be a real person? Thanks.

23. Best 2016 debut you read?

Oddly enough, I haven’t read any 2016 debuts. I thought I might’ve read one, but apparently I haven’t. Maybe I should make an effort to read more debuts this year.

24. Best Worldbuilding/Most Vivid Setting You Read This Year?

17927395A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas

I thought that the world presented in ACOTAR was great, but I really liked the way  Sarah J. Maas revealed the bigger world. All Feyre knew about at first was her town and the Spring Court. Now she sees another part of the big world that she lives in. It’s just like real life. Everyone has their own little world within the whole world.

25. Book That Put A Smile On Your Face/Was The Most Fun To Read?

F1005_furiously-happyuriously Happy by Jenny Lawson

I had to read a biography for my English class and I didn’t want to have the same book as everyone else. That’s why I decided to read Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson, and I didn’t regret it. It’s HILARIOUS. Jenny Lawson is so awkward and random. I guess the best part is that I can relate to her to some level. I have almost the same amount of awkwardness as her.

26. Book That Made You Cry Or Nearly Cry in 2016?

I tend to steer clear of books that make me cry because I hate crying. I know that makes me sound like a unemotional robot. I’d rather feel any emotion other than sadness because when I feel sad, I feel helpless. And feeling helpless is the worst feeling of all. In short, I don’t read sad books if I can help myself.

27. Hidden Gem Of The Year?

Image result for lumberjanesImage result for lumberjanes seriesImage result for lumberjanes seriesImage result for lumberjanes vol 4Image result for lumberjanes vol 5

Lumberjanes series by Noelle Stevenson

I don’t think this graphic novel series gets as much attention it deserves. If you like adventure time, you’ll most likely really enjoy this too.

28. Book That Crushed Your Soul?

imageEmpire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas

The Throne of Glass series generally crushes my soul. Heck, Sarah J. Maas’s writing crushes my soul. However, the ending of Empire of Storms (fifth book in the TOG series) ripped my heart in two, yanked out my soul, and crushed it with its bare hands and fed the remains to a roaring fire. I don’t think anyone survived that ending. EOS Casualty Count: all the fangirls.

29. Most Unique Book You Read In 2016?

Illuminae Ray V6FrontOnlyA2A_V3.inddIlluminae by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff

I have never seen a book like Illuminae before. From the cool dust jacket and cover to the format that the story is written in, the book screams unique. The story is written in files, text messages, and reports. It’s any sci-fi nerd’s dream. The story even has an AI (artificial intelligence) character. What more can you ask for?

30. Book That Made You The Most Mad (doesn’t necessarily mean you didn’t like it)?

Image result for firelight kazu kibuishiFirelight by Kazu Kibuishi

This was the other series ender I read in 2016 that I was talking about in #5. This is a middle grade graphic novel series that I really enjoyed up until the end. I’m so used to happy endings in stories that I’m always angry when I don’t get one. ALL THE CHARACTERS DESERVED A HAPPILY EVER AFTER BUT THEY DIDN’T GET ONE!



1. New favorite book blog you discovered in 2016?

All of them? Since I can’t just list one, here’s a list of some of my favorite book blogs:

The Sassy Book Geek
The Inky Awkto
Teacher of YA
Chocolate N’ Waffles
Fantastic Books and Where to Find Them
My Bookish Dream

2. Favorite review that you wrote in 2016?

I don’t have a particular favorite review that I wrote.

3. Best discussion/non-review post you had on your blog?

I have no earthly idea. I like most of the posts that I do. Some more than others, but I don’t have a favorite or one that I think is the best.

4. Best event that you participated in (author signings, festivals, virtual events, memes, etc.)?

I haven’t participated much in bookish events in 2016. Actually, scratch that. I haven’t participated in any bookish events in 2016. Maybe this year I’ll do better. One of my bookish dreams is to attend BEA (Book Expo America) one year. Hopefully in the future I’ll be able to fulfill that dream.

5. Best moment of bookish/blogging life in 2016?

This wasn’t a certain day or anything, but I feel like 2016 is the year I finally understood how to blog. I cleaned up the outline of my posts and the general design of my blog, which is pretty nice. When this happened, I was proud of myself.

6. Most challenging thing about blogging or your reading life this year?

Because of my busy schedule this year, I had a difficult time finding time to read and blog. Despite the lack of time, I think I did pretty well this year.

7. Most Popular Post This Year On Your Blog (whether it be by comments or views)?

Based on the number of likes I got on this post, my most popular post of 2016 was the Bookaholics Anonymous Book Tag. To be honest, I don’t know why it blew up like it did. It was a bit overwhelming.

8. Post You Wished Got A Little More Love?

I’m happy with the amount of love I’m receiving from everyone. Everyone is so supportive, and I can’t ask for anything more.

9. Best bookish discover (book related sites, book stores, etc.)?

There are two bookstores near where I live: Barnes & Noble and Half Price Books. Both of them are fairly small. I went to Austin, Texas during Thanksgiving Break and went to this place called Book People per my friend’s suggestion. Holy cheese puffs that store is HUGE! It’s two stories! It might’ve been three. The third floor was closed the day I visited. For someone who’s only been to small bookstores, Book People felt like book heaven.

10.  Did you complete any reading challenges or goals that you had set for yourself at the beginning of this year?

Um. I did set a couple goals but actually didn’t achieve any of them…

*crickets chirping*

Moving on!



1. One Book You Didn’t Get To In 2015 But Will Be Your #1 Priority in 2017?

Image result for a gathering of shadowsA Gathering of Shadows by V.E. Schwab

I just really need to read this book. I loved the first book and I have no doubt I will love this one as well. Why I haven’t read it yet, I’m not sure. I’ve been putting it off ever since I got a copy of the ARC.

2. Book You Are Most Anticipating For 2017 (non-debut)?

A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas

Once again no one is surprised with my answer. After reading ACOMAF, I need the next book. I only have to wait until May… *sigh*

3. 2017 Debut You Are Most Anticipating?

Image result for wires and nerve bookWires and Nerve, Volume 1 by Marissa Meyer, illustrated by Douglas Holgate

This isn’t particularly an author debut, but I’m super excited for Marissa Meyer’s new series Wires and Nerve. I love graphic novels and I love Iko from the Lunar Chronicles. Combine those two together to get the Wires and Nerve series.

 4. Series Ending/A Sequel You Are Most Anticipating in 2017?

Throne of Glass #6 by Sarah J. Maas

This is the ending of an epic series. I’m scared but excited for this book, which is coming out sometime in October.

5. One Thing You Hope To Accomplish Or Do In Your Reading/Blogging Life In 2017?

I hope to make my blog better than it was last year. I also hope to read a lot more amazing books this year.

6. A 2017 Release You’ve Already Read & Recommend To Everyone:

I haven’t read any 2017 releases yet so I can’t recommend anything.


Until next time….


27 thoughts on “2016 End of Year Book Survey

  1. Lindsey 01/15/2017 / 12:16 pm

    Oh my word, I’m not surprised that this was hard to do, I wouldn’t even know where to start! This was great to read – and Six of Crows has just gone straight onto my TBR list, so there is one person you have convinced.

    Sarah J Maas’ books are also on the list so it was great reading really positive things about this books – I’m really looking forward to reading them.

    Nothing wrong with a crush on Julian Blackthorne, he is definitely a crush-able character, hehe! I think you’re right with this series potentially being the most antsy that she has written considering the whole forbidden love thing!

    Thanks for a great post, it was really enjoyable to read!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jessica 01/15/2017 / 1:07 pm

      You won’t be disappointed when you read Six of Crows. It’s so good!
      Same with Sarah J. Maas. I love all her books that’s she’s written so far.
      Cassandra Clare is amazing with the romances. I can’t wait to see what she does with Julian and Emma!
      Thanks! ❤️

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Kate (Reading Through Infinity) 01/15/2017 / 1:48 pm

    Wow, kudos for going into so much detail with this! Sounds like you’ve had a pretty good year! I loved reading ACOMAF/Empire of Storms/Six of Crows during 2016 so I can definitely see why they made Best Sequel, Biggest Shocker and Best Book categories! I’m a huge fan of Graceling too (it’s one of my all-time favourite books) and I want to get to A Gathering of Shadows in 2017 too! 🙂 Great post!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. DrAwkto 01/15/2017 / 2:58 pm

    You read a lot of books last year! Congrats. I also discovered some new ones I’m interested in reading from your list. Wires and Nerves, and Furiously Happy. A gathering of shadows is also one of my top priority list of things to read this year!

    Maybe we can make a discussion about it on twitter or something. 😀 It’s a lot more fun to read with buddies! The next novel in the series will be coming out in February. :O

    I heard so many good things about Six of Crows, it’s gonna be put in my To Read List for sure. I’m reading Lies of Locke Lamora, which I heard was a similar premise to Six of Crows, so I believe it’s gonna be an enjoyable reading experience.

    GRACELING! AHH! I read that novel a while back and everyone I tried to convince to read wasn’t interested in it. To be fair, lots found it to be a bit slow in the beginning, but it’s a great journey. What else did you think of the novel or do you have a review posted up for Graceling?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jessica 01/15/2017 / 3:40 pm

      I need to read A Gathering of Shadows soon before the third book is released. I think having a discussion over it with friends would be super fun. I’m not sure when I’ll get to reading it, though.
      I never heard of Lies of Locke Lamora, but it seems like I have another book on my TBR now.
      I loved Graceling! It was an adventure to read. I do have a review up for it, but it was from a year ago and so it’s not that great. >o<

      Liked by 1 person

  4. abookblog 01/15/2017 / 3:39 pm

    Very interesting post and so long, haha! You’ve read so many good books and many that I haven’t yet read. I also got few ideas what books I could read this year (even though my tbr list is way too long). https://abookblogsite.wordpress.com

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jessica 01/15/2017 / 3:58 pm

      You can never have too many books on your TBR 😄


  5. Megan @ bookslayerReads 01/15/2017 / 4:04 pm

    I was pushed to read Throne of Glass. And unfortunately, it wasn’t for me. I did love Six of Crows though. And still wanna read Water for Elephants. Sorry it wasn’t as good as you expected though. Hopefully I’ll like it a bit more 😉

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jessica 01/15/2017 / 4:25 pm

      Throne of Glass has mixed reviews. I’ve noticed that either people hate it or love it. Water for Elephants was a great story, but I hated the feeling of helplessness the story brought. I wanted to help the main protagonist so much.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Megan @ bookslayerReads 01/15/2017 / 5:16 pm

        Yes, it does. And I can’t wait to read Water for Elephants (when I finally get a chance). It seems like kind of a sad story.

        Liked by 1 person

  6. Thanks for the mention, Jessica; I love your blog just as much! Six of Crows was absolutely breath-taking and phenomenal. Unfortunately, however, I haven’t found the time to finish Crooked Kingdom, yet, but hopefully I will be able to soon! I hope to start the Throne of Glass series before the end of this month, and I plan on finishing books 1-5 in time for the release of the final book. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jessica 01/15/2017 / 6:39 pm

      Thanks! I love your blog as well! 💕
      Six of Crows is a great story. I haven’t finished Crooked Kingdom either. I’ve started it, but haven’t finished it. I don’t want the series to end!
      That’s actually really smart. The worst thing about a great series is waiting for the next book to come out. Especially when the author loves to write cliffhanger endings. Can’t wait to see your thoughts about TOG.

      Liked by 1 person

  7. Kimberley @ liveswellread 01/16/2017 / 4:31 am

    It sounds like you’ve had such a great reading year! Of all your picks that I’ve read, Lumberjanes was a stand-out for me. Best of luck for the year ahead!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jessica 01/16/2017 / 9:24 am

      I feel like Lumberjanes deserves a little more love than it gets. Hope you have a great 2017!

      Liked by 1 person

  8. Anna @MyBookishDream 01/18/2017 / 7:06 pm

    Six of Crows is such an amazing book! I loved everything about it. ❤ I agree that it was sooo fast paced as well. I simply couldn't put the book down.
    I have heard amazing things about Illuminae and I definitely NEED to check it out in the future. It does sound very unique as well, I have never encountered a book that was written that way.
    Thank you soooo much for the mention as well! ❤ I'm really glad that I discovered your blog as well. I really enjoy reading your posts and chatting with you! 😀

    Liked by 1 person

  9. TeacherofYA 01/26/2017 / 10:48 am

    Aww, you’re one of my fave blogs, too!
    Wow, this tag is intense! I really want to read the Oblivion books by Armentrout!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jessica 01/26/2017 / 5:01 pm

      Thank you! 😍
      You should read the Lux series by Jennifer L. Armentrout. The books may look cheesy but they’re great.

      Liked by 1 person

        • Jessica 01/29/2017 / 3:15 pm

          It’s more on the paranormal side of fantasy. It still takes place in the present day world, but there are aliens.

          Liked by 1 person

          • TeacherofYA 01/30/2017 / 8:17 am

            Oh, you’re talking about….I got confused, lol. I was thinking of the book Lux that’s like a historical romance…it has a girl in the cover with a big dress…do you know what I was thinking? Lol. But you’re talking about those Oblivion books! Are they called the Lux series?
            I feel like such a dope! Yes, that’s definitely sci-fi, and I want to read those so bad!

            Liked by 1 person

            • Jessica 01/30/2017 / 5:01 pm

              Haha it’s okay 😊 we all make mistakes sometimes. I never heard of the other Lux before. The Oblivion books are the only Lux series I know. 😄

              Liked by 1 person

            • TeacherofYA 01/31/2017 / 7:32 am

              I think it’s a book called Luxe. I’ll have to look it up and tell you about it, lol. I felt stupid though. I’m so wanting to read the correct Lux series by Armentrout.

              Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s