#Reading Journals: July 22nd, 2019

Hello, bookworms! How’s your reading coming along? Here’s another #Reading Journals post coming for you 🙂

By the way, my PC at home started acting up a couple of days ago and the issues happen ONLY when I use the Internet on my PC… so until I fix those problems (or buy a new one after a long discussion with my wallet), I’ll be updating my blog from my iPad/iPhone/Fire. I might not be able to nail the layout exactly the way I like, pardon me! 😦 All right, then, here are the updates.
I got to finish these two books since my last update, which is my last WWW Wednesday post. I enjoyed them both so much but The Silent One definitely takes the cake. If you enjoy psychological thrillers, highly recommended! The Secret Cove in Croatia is another great summer read; it’s perfect to take your mind off things that bother you and get immersed in a little world set in the Mediterranean Croatia!. The Silent Ones (Click the link to read my thoughts)
I am currently reading Song for a Lost Kingdom Book 1 by Steve Moretti. I’ll be participating a book tour for Book 2 next month, and I thought it would be a nice change to read this book after several psychological thrillers and women’s fiction/Chick Lit. This book is … quite interesting. I’m having troubles with identifying myself with the heroine, Adeena (quite honestly, I cannot stand almost everything she does) but the story itself is one of a kind and I’m enjoying the time-slip element so much!  I wanted to finish this book yesterday but the struggles with my PC ate up a lot more time than I initially anticipated, and I’m still halfway through the book. I will be most like to be reading this one for the next couple of days. Boooo 😦
That’s about it for today. How about you? How’s your reading coming along? Feel free to comment below! Thank you so much for reading as always, and I’ll see you in my next post!

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  1. oh I remember reading SOng for the lost kingdom before and feeling the same way at the first half of the book. I didn’t get Adeena too but I do like the path that the story is taking and was very excited for book 2. Hope you enjoyed it too, Nori.

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    1. Thanks, Lili! Yup, I’m still frustrated (awfully, by the way) by Adeena, but I must admit she is the driving force of this story and I like the way the story develops! It’s quite interesting!

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