May Wrap-up

Usually I don’t have a reading schedule, I read what I feel like. May was no different, I wanted to read more of the Harry Potter books and read something I’ve heard of before. Here’s what I read in May:

Warcross was the first book I read this month, I had heard many good things about so I decided to read it. It surely didn’t disappoint!

I’ve never been a fan of high tech worlds like the society in this book, but when I read Warcross the topic didn’t get boring at all.

Rating: 4,75

The plot in this book was caught my interest very quick. I liked it but it wasn’t really the best Harry Potter book so far, it was just too long and I whished to hear more about Ron. I loved reading about the Weasley twins in this book, though. They were amazing!

Rating: 4,25

I re-read this book this month and it was as good as the first time. I love it so much, I love Po and his questions, Katsa and her stubbornness and how fun this book was to read.

I remember thinking the first time I read this book that there were too many names to remember. In the beginning it got very hard to remember everyone.

Rating: 5

This must be one of the best books I’ve ever read, it never got boring to read or too much. I loved the characters and to follow Bitterblues life almost ten years after her father was killed.

Rating: 5

There were characters in this book that I’ll always love. The book was a great sequel, I got my answers but there were still things that she left. I liked it very much even though everything happened very fast, it was intense.

Rating: 4,25

Re-read this one too (May was a month of re-reading, I’d say) since I totally fell in love with it last year when I first read it. The whole world, the language, the plot and how things were described.

This book hasn’t been translated to English (yet?) but I really hope it’ll be very soon.

Rating: 5


As you can see, I read a lot of fantasy this month. I’m planning June (and the rest of the summer) to be filled with series and books from authors I’ve never read anything by.

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