May was such a fresh month and it brought in so many audio-books and amazing fictions to my doorstep. I read books and listened to books. Here’s a wrap up and what I liked and did not like about these reads.
1. All Your Twisted Secrets by Diana Urban – 4/5
This was my first audiobook of May 2020. It was a Thriller/Suspense/YA fiction released in March 2020.
2. As Kismet Would Have It by Sandhya Menon – 4.5/5
This was a short sequel to the coveted ‘When Dimple Met Rishi’ of the YA fiction genre released in April 2019. I read this on Kindle.
3. This lie will kill you by Chelsea Pitcher – 3/5
My second audiobook of the month belonging to the Mystery/Thriller genre released in December 2018.
A Heart so Fierce and Broken by Brigid Kemmerer – 2.5/5
The second installment of the curse breaker series was a rollercoaster that ended in a crash! This is a YA fiction released in January 2020. You can check out my complete review by clicking here – REVIEW OF A HEART SO FIERCE AND BROKEN BY BRIGID KEMMERER!
Reign of Shadows by Sophie Jordan – 2/5
The first book in the series, released in december 2015, is claimed to be a retelling of Rapunzel. For a book placed under YA Fantasy, it sure lacked a lot of it.
Rise of Fire by Sophie Jordan – 3/5
The second book in the Reign of Shadows duology, released in December 2015 was a far better read than its preceder but still failed to satisfy the fantasy whore in me.
Carry On by Rainbow Rowell – 4/5
Carry On by Rainbow Rowell is a YA fantasy/fiction published in October 2015! It is part one of the Simon Snow series which is a spin-off from her novel – Fangirl!
Obsidio by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman – 4.5/5
The third book of The Illuminae files series was released on 18th October 2016. Inspite of a few reviews that state that all the three books follow a very similar pattern with different characters, I somehow failed to notice that. It was an amazing ride and I’m thankful for it.
Wayward Son by Rainbow Rowell – 3/5
The part II of the Simon Snow series of the genre Fantasy Fiction released in September 2019.
Yes No Maybe So by Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed – 4.5/5
A stunning story showing off the power of resistance and the need for young minds to open up to the working of the world of politics while also providing us with a beautiful love story. Published in February 2020, this YA Fiction/ Romance Novel was an amazing read!
Have you read any of these book? Do you agree with my review or otherwise? Tell me in the comments below!