Welcome to a new Top Ten Tuesday!
Today’s a Throwback Tuesday, because I’m taking you back in time, all the way to January 2016, when I was a fledgling blogger who, after a lot of doubt, finally took the plunge and just started her own book blog… Which was (and who am I even kidding, still IS) a learning curve. So here’s to rookie mistakes, not giving up, and getting better one day at a time!
My first ever book review is also my shortest one ever (not counting my recent ‘review to follow’ reviews because by now we all now there is no review following). I’m not as in love with this book as I was back then, and I also have zero interest in any sequels, but back then I quite enjoyed it.
Re-reading this aaaallmost makes me want to re-watch Shadowhunters. If only for the Malec and Simon scenes. But then again, I better not. Let’s just have a gif-party instead.
OH MY GOD, THE TERRIBLE FORMATTING!! *cringe*
At least ACOMAF lived up to my expectations 😉
Look, now I know this book is problematic, but when I reviewed this I wasn’t aware of this yet. Now I am, and though I won’t quickly recommend it because of its issues, I still quite enjoyed the story.
January-2016-Lindsey, YOUR LAY-OUTS SUCKED! But you read 9 out of 10 books on your TBR, so you’re doing a whole lot better than 2019-Lindsey…
Another SUPER-SHORT review, but I was clearly in love with this series. And that was before I ever met Nikolai so I was in for quite the surprise <3 But really Lindsey, DID YOU HAVE TO MISSPELL LEIGH BARDUGO’S NAME IN YOUR REVIEW? Geez.
Another book that I’ve since learned to be problematic, yet I did highly enjoy this one. And I’m still watching fluffy light-hearted comedies to try and get over it.
Well, here’s my reminder to go watch Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
Funny how I gave this one a 4-star rating, but have zero interest in the sequel and actually unhauled this book a few weeks ago…
Well, this post is one I still completely agree with! But then, I also haven’t read a lot of Dystopian since then, so I can’t really update it either.