Hi guys, I hope you’re having a beautiful day and I hope you’ve had a great Christmas as well, surrounded by your loved ones.
Today I have a list of the books that have most disappointed me this year, this list will count with those books for which I was excited to read but ended up being a disappointment when they didn’t reach my expectations, bored me or were problematic in some way . In addition to the Goodreads link, I also add a direct link to my Review of the book in case you want to know in detail my thoughts about it
Before starting I want to clarify that this post doesn’t intend to offend anyone, it’s just a personal opinion, I know that most of you understand this, but even so, I have to clarify it just in case.
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Hi, loves! I hope you have a great day and have an even better weekend. Today I bring you my March Wrap Up , Where I tell you about my readings of the month, this month I’ve read 6 books and DNF 1, I think it’s the same as last month, which is great,so I’m happy . I’m super excited to show you what I’ve read, also most were very good readings but above all I’ve had a month of beautiful covers. PS: As you will see I wasn’t able to read Wintersong, I really didn’t feel like reading it, so I sure will but later
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Title: The Rain (The Rain #1)
By: Virginia Bergin
Published: July 17th 2014
By: Macmillan Children’s Books
It’s in the rain…and just one drop will kill you.
They don’t believe it at first. Crowded in Zach’s kitchen, Ruby and the rest of the partygoers laugh at Zach’s parents’ frenzied push to get them all inside as it starts to drizzle. But then the radio comes on with the warning, “It’s in the rain! It’s fatal, it’s contagious, and there’s no cure.”
Two weeks later, Ruby is alone. Anyone who’s been touched by rain or washed their hands with tap water is dead. The only drinkable water is quickly running out. Ruby’s only chance for survival is a treacherous hike across the country to find her father-if he’s even still alive.
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