#Review | Dance of Thieves by Mary E. Pearson

Dance of Thieves
Dance of ThievesDance of Thieves by Mary E. Pearson (Dance of Thieves #1)
Published by Henry Holt & Company on August 7th 2018
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy
Pages: 384
Format: ARC

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#2018 Most Anticipated Finales (Jul – Dec)

Most Anticipated 2018 Finales

Hey, Bookworms!

Welcome back to the second half of my Most Anticipated Books of the year. From July to December, I will be separating the list into 5 different categories listed below.

Last week I covered Part 3: Sequels! So this is only part 4 of that 5 part list. Stay tuned over the next few days for all 5!

Part 1: Debuts

Part 2: New Series

Part 3: Sequels

Part 4: Finales

Part 5: Standalones

Let’s continue on with the Most Anticipated 2018 Finales from July to December!

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#TBR: July 2018 (Books at Dawn’s Monthly TBR)

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Hey, Bookworms!

June was definitely a hard reading month for me. I felt a little slumpy which is probably I didn’t read as much as I wanted. I also took a vacay to Los Angeles… and I didn’t read a single thing while I was there. Super proud of myself… (sarcasm). Anywho, July will hopefully be a better month, so here we go!

Let’s see if I can stick with it this time!

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Top #Spring 2018 Reads!

Top Spring 2018 Reads (1)

Hey, Bookworms!

I know I’m a few weeks late on this one… but better late than never right? Spring is such a beautiful time of year. Even though here in Toronto, spring is pretty much two weeks between the end of snow and the beginning of boiling temperatures… it’s still a beautiful two weeks!!

With summer right around the corner I have some books to recommend! Over the last 3 months, I have read some amazing books. So I wanted to take this opportunity to showcase them for you all to possibly add to your TBR’s!

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Book Series I Won’t Be Finishing + Unpopular Opinions

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Hey Bookworms!

Over the years of book blogging I have come to realize that not only is it okay to DNF a book, but it’s also okay to DNF a series or trilogy. Forcing myself to continue on with a series when I just lack interest in the story-line, or that I can’t connect with the characters, is just not what I want to do. My time is precious, especially the time I spend reading.

So sorry, not sorry.

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