Books: About my January Reading List, Lucas (A Preston Brothers Novel) and Enginerds.

This week I read Lucas (A Preston Brothers Novel) by Jay McLeanthere were moments when I cried a lot but I really loved the book and soon I’ll be posting my full review in this Blog.

My next book to read is Enginerds by Jarrett Lerner, after the emotional roller coaster that was Lucas I really need something more “light” and Enginerds seems like a perfect choice 🙂 .

The photo is from the Book I won in a Giveaway organized by the author on Twitter and best of all is that is a signed copy and with a personalized message from the author 🙂 .

And So the Adventure Begins….

Back from my Read & Review HIATUS!

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After a HIATUS I’m back to writing Book Reviews and, starting this year, in addition to posting my reviews in English (in this Blog and some other platforms as Goodreads, per usual), I’ll be also posting them in Spanish in www.detejoniaparaelmundo.com (my Blog in Spanish language).

In a previous Blog post you’ll find a list with some of the books I’ll be reading during January 2018.

Happy Reading!

Kbooklover

Books: Currently in Kbooklover January Reading List.

        Books currently in my January Reading List  (Updated to 01.05.18):

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Project Pandora (An Assassin Fall Novel) by Aden Polydoros

You’ll Miss Me When I’m Gone by Rachel Lynn Solomon

Enginerds by Jarrett Lerner

Lucas (A Preston Brothers Novel) by Jay McLean

 

Last Book Read (In January 2018):

US by Curtis Wiklund (Review to be posted soon)

Books: Review of Fábulas de Nuestra Tierra para contar en un Día de Muertos.


Written by the Mexican author Nora Girón-Dolce and divided into 6 short stories, this book is full of magic that takes you on a wonderful journey through Mexican customs and traditions that revolve around the Day of the Dead.

Reading this book was like sitting in front of the fire, drinking coffee and eating bread while someone told old legends in such a detailed way that it was as if I was there looking at the fields and the altars, smelling the rich food, listening to the wise words of a woman who enjoyed helping others and even understanding the incredible relationship between a dog and its owner.

The author has a style that allows you to easily connect with the characters, lose yourself between the pages and ultimately find you satisfied with the experience.

With a total of 56 pages the book is a quick read that is worthwhile and I highly recommend.

* The book reviews written on this Blog reflect my personal opinion and I do not perceive any kind of compensation for them.