Weekly Wrap Up

Weekly Wrap Up #7 [February 17-22, 2020]

I am bringing my weekly wrap up a little bit later in the day than I normally do, but I think it is just fine. I also think I am just going to post my wrap ups in the same way I have been the last few weeks with the ratings and whatnot. I think it looks so much neater to have it sorted by rating. I do post all of my full thoughts on Goodreads, so you can find my reviews here.

I will still be posting reviews here during the week, but I decided to do my wrap ups in this manner because it helps my stress to not have to post the same reviews. I will probably share a few quick thoughts still

So, this past week I read just 6 books. I was being lazy, but I am ahead regarding my Goodreads goal so I am not worried too much. I am currently at 54 books read this year, and I am staying steady. It helps me to stay sane between taking care of Ever and all the other life things.

The breakdown of books is:

Three physical books

One audiobook

One NetGalley ARC.

One graphic novel in digital format.

Two 3 Star ⭐️ ratings.

Two 4 star ⭐️ rating.

Two 5 star ⭐️ rating.

The genres I read are:

Contemporary fiction

Nonfiction- true crime

Nonfiction – Economics



Fantasy graphic novel.

Sci-fi YA

The 3 star ratings are:

Both of these books were just okay. I was a little disappointed in the romance book since I really did like the other book I had read by the author. I will have a full of this book on Wednesday since it publishes on Tuesday.

The 4 star ratings are:

I can see why there is so much hype about this book, and I did think it was awesome. I just wanted more from the ending.

The 5 star rating is:

This book left me totally shook. I still have no words to talk about how I was so shocked and enthralled the whole time. I cannot believe I did not read it sooner, but I am so glad I did.

My full reviews are going to be available on my Goodreads which is linked above if you want to know all of my thoughts. Please follow me or add me as a friend, that is one of my most favorite ways to connect with people and make more book friends in the world.

Have you read any of these books? I would love to know your thoughts about these books, whether or not you have read them too. Chatting about books is often fun, and I love doing it with all of the awesome people in this community.

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