Sundown Rundown – December 2020

Her there, bookaholics!

We are on the eve of the new year! I hope you all are doing well. If you ‘re like me, you’re more than excited to leave 2020 in the rearview mirror. Before I do however, here’s the final wrap-up or the year and an opportunity to catch up on this month’s reviews. So, just in case you missed a couple, here they are.

Daylighters (The Morganville Vampires #15)

Author: Rachel Caine

Amazon

The battle for Morganville has begun and it’ll take everyone to save the town and vampires they know. Of course, some wouldn’t mind letting them die at the hands of the Daylight Foundation but some understand that their mission is dangerous to everyone and could mean the end of an era so long in the making. Claire Danvers and her friends are determined to stop them.

The Theory of Everything

Author: Kari Luna

Amazon

Sophie Sophia is looking for answers and with her new best friend, and panda shaman, she’ll find them and hopefully find her dad as well. A wild ride that’ll spin. your heart right round.

The Grim Grotto (ASOUE #11)

Author: Lemony Snicket

Goodreads

The Baudelaire children face a tribulation unlike any other. Now a part of a submarine crew, they work towards finding the sugar bowl and getting to the last safe place. During their abysmal adventure they encounter unexpected trouble.

The Penultimate Peril (ASOUE #12)

Author: Lemony Snicket

Lemony Snicket Wiki

Having arrived at the last safe place, the Hotel Denouement, the Baudelaires are given a rare opportunity to bring Olaf and his treachery to justice, but it’s not as easy as they thought. They are officially brought into the center of the schism. As some questions are finally answered it seems that some will never be answered.

Favorite Book This Month: Daylighters made me all emotional with the characters really coming together in this final book and how final it felt. I love this series with all of my heart and I got quite weepy as I finished this for the third time in a row.

Least Favorite Book The Month: The Grim Grotto just came up short. Dark and dank and abysmal, which in a way, is exactly what this series is. LOl. Maybe it was the constant pause to talk about the water cycle or the way that the children got so close to finding answers but they got nothing that it left me frustrated.

Don’t forget to check out My Top 10 Reads of 2020 for a chance to enter my book giveaway! I’m very excited about it and celebrating the end of a crazy year. See you guys in 2021!

More to come soon…

-K.

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