Tuesday Top 10s

Top 10 Sequels that Ended Second Book Syndrome

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hello friends.

this was strangely difficult post to put together??? im not sure if that’s bc im standalone trash or bc i basically never finish series (what a great realization to come to) but either way i had to scrounge my ‘read’ shelf more than three times before i could slap this together

im a very firm believer that second book syndrome is an epidemic that strikes the reading world from time to time and its very rare to find books that defy this phenomenon

but, i got you, and so here is a list of the top 10 books (the order isn’t written in stone, im a very indecisive person) that ended second book syndrome and were even BETTER than their predecessors.

– everyone gasps in shock –

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10. batman: dc icons

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i kind of loved the idea of this series, not only because growing up, i really loved superheroes (i blame my brothers), but also bc my all-time favourite authors were writing them

so, when i read Wonder Woman by Leigh Bardugo and was feeling very meh about it, i was worried how the rest of this series was going to play out


these books are definitely not for everyone, but i really loved reading this book, i found it so fun and a real pick-me-up after the first bookflower watercolour Continue reading “Top 10 Sequels that Ended Second Book Syndrome”

Monthly Wrap Ups

Contemporary-A-Thon Wrap Up – I think we can call it a success

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^ lowkey bothering me that it says “monthly” wrap up when this is a week wrap up but im too tired to make a whole new picture for a single post, moving on

the contemporary-a-thon was held between 17th of sept. till the 23rd and it was so much fun to participate in. I was able to read so many fantastic books that i’ve been meaning to get to and who doesn’t love a good contemporary (the answer is no one)

I read a total of 9 books. 4 physical books 📕, 3 e-books 📱, and 2 audiobooks 🎧
(omg yes, i technically listened to the audiobooks, not read them, yes, i know)

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