Sundown Rundown – January 2021

Good evening, book worshippers!

January has finally reached its end and we have survived it so far! LOL. I’m kidding. 2021 has been bumpy, nerve-wracking, stressful, but it’s also been decent. There has been a lot of reading. This month has really been about tackling the more thicker books, so it’s why this month was a little scarce for reviews. I also want to apologize for not having a book tag this month. I love getting those up because they’re so much fun, but it just didn’t work out due unforeseen circumstances. Still there’s been a lot reading and I’ve really dived into my bookish New Year’s Resolution.

Aside from books, I naturally keep a less than exciting life. With the pandemic, it’s even less so. Sorry, guys. So While the night begins to set in, let’s take a scroll through what I’ve tackled this month and also give you a chance to get a gander at whatever you might’ve missed this month!

I Would Leave Me If I Could

Author: Halsey


A remarkable and stunning piece of work. Also, the news of her pregnancy has me jumping for joy. Halsey has always given and walked in the light of vulnerability with skin thicker and stronger than any material on this planet. I’m so happy for her.

Stranger Things: Six

Author: Jody Houser


I. Love. Stranger. Things. That’s it. That’s the line.

Spirit Walk

Author: Richie Tankerlsey Cusick


Ghosts, angst, and a muddle of whispered confusion.

Stranger Things: Into the Fire

Author: Jody Houser


There was a lot more going on during season 2 than Eleven and the crew trying to close the portal to the Upside Down. Another story. A twisted story of trying to save family.

The Lake of Dead Languages

Author: Carol Goodman


A dark past comes back to haunt and possibly repeat itself, and threatens a Latin teach of an all girls private school.

Favorite book this month: I Would Leave Me If I Could was breathtaking and heart-shattering and utterly remarkable. There are so many words yet not enough.

Least favorite book this month: Spirit Walk lacked so much for me. From the ghost plot getting dropped off to the character overshadowing so much and leading nowhere, I just really struggled with this one.

More to come soon…


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Thoughts? Let’s chat in the comments below! What book did you love this month?

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