Sundown Rundown – June 2020

Hello, book lovers!

We’ve come to the end of June (way too fast if you ask me). With that comes the Sundown Rundown where I wrap all that I’ve reviewed this month. It’s a great opportunity to catch up on any reviews you might’ve missed this month.

So, as the sun is going down and the fireflies are lighting up, the summer ay turns to night, relax and take a scroll. Personally, I’m going to grab a glass of wine.

Bite Club (The Morganville Vampires #10)
Author: Rachel Caine

Claire Danvers is in over her head when a site goes viral, showing extreme fighting. Vampire versus humans. And her boyfriend, Shane is one of the humans. She and her friends will have to work fast to protect Morganville and save Shane, even if he doesn’t want to be saved.

The Ersatz Elevator (ASOUE #6)
Author: Lemony Snicket

The Baudelaires find themselves in the care of the sixth richest woman and are desperate to find their friends, the Quagmire triplets, who were kidnapped by Count Olaf.

Where the Truth Lies
Author: Jessica Warman

Secrets threaten to destroy a teen girl and tear her seemingly perfect world apart.

Author: Lois Duncan

A group of teens are kidnapped and their parents must work to save them before they wind up dead. Can they meet the deadline or can the kids save themselves? Dangerous and a true show of a person’s worth and character under the veil of life-threatening danger.

We Are The Ants
Author: Shawn David Hutchinson

Henry gets abducted by aliens occasionally. Lately, they’re trying to prepare him to save the world, but he’s not so sure he wants to. Still working through his grief of losing his boyfriend and becoming the school target, not to mention the struggle of his grandmother having Alzheimer’s and his mother wasting away as a waitress, he’s not so sure he wants to save the world.

The Sword of Summer (The Gods of Asgard #1)
Author: Rick Riordan

Magnus Chase has had a difficult life. Living on the streets and still grieving the death of his mother that he knows was murdered. Dying wasn’t much better. Winding up in Valhalla, Magnus must prove he is worthy by taking on a quest to prevent Ragnarok from coming too soon and awakening his sword is just the start. And oh yeah, it talks, so getting it to shut up is tricky too.

Favorite Book This Month: We Are The Ants was freaking phenom through and through! I geeked so hard and just fell in love over and over. Gorgeous story and imagery and writing.

Least Favorite Book This Month: Where the Truth Lies was just ridiculous and it sucks to say that. It felt like too much was being shoved together without much thought to the plotline. It came off self-centered and empty though it tries so hard to garner emotion. There just was just too much that didn’t need to be in it and too much that had no focus. I had such high hopes for this one and it fell like a meteor to the Earth.

Six books. I had planned to get a couple more in, I swear. LOL. This month has been jam-packed with exhaustion from work. I’m getting my schedule going again. But don’t worry. I’ve got several more books to jabber about.

More to come soon…


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