Hi Y’all! It is November and I am bringing back the Month of Thanks. I had so much fun doing this last year that I thought I would recycle the program again this year. Each day I will highlight one book from 2013 that really stuck with me and one blogger (and their awesomeness) that I am thankful for! These are not in any particular order and by no means is 30 going to cover everyone (or book) that I love.
Listened for Fun (Audible)
Overall Rating: 5.00
Story Rating: 5.00
Character Rating: 5.00
Audio Rating: 4.50 (not part of the overall rating)
First Thought when Finished:What an emotionally fulfilling entry into the series. The last few chapters were beyond my highest expectations.
“One by one, the others all nodded their heads again, as if we were talking about having a spring picnic instead of going up against the deadliest woman in Ashland and all of her men.”― Jennifer Estep, Spider’s Revenge
What I Loved about Spider’s Revenge: It was time for the big showdown between Gin and Mab! Spider’s Revenge did not disappoint in how it all came to head. The whole book was leading to a pivotal fight scene that just had to happen. I was emotionally drained once the story was done but that was totally in a good way.
What I like best about Books & Things: Melissa and I share a love of our furr children and good books! I also count her amongst my closest friends.
What I *heart * about Books & Things: She reads really good books and often ones that hadn’t come across my radar. I love that she is a bit eclectic and her personality is one of a kind (in the best possible of ways)! I just really adore her.
Why you should follow Books & Things: She has an eclectic reading taste and is an all-around fantastic blogger!
Go visit Books & Things
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- June is Audiobook Month: White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo/Narrated by Amy Landon - June 1, 2020