Today is the day I will not be ranting and raving over a book for once, but rather the opposite.
There will come a time in every book lover’s life where you just read something that’s just… eh. And then there will be the times that make you write this post because the book you read was just so god-awful. Maybe you heard through a friend of a friend that this book in particular would be the best thing since Harry Potter and it’s so amazing that you’ll be left waiting on the edge of your seat for the sequel for as long as it takes… but then you read it.
And it sucks.
This post is short and sweet!
So before I admit my horrible flop of a challenge, let’s review the rules:
Bronze Medal: 5 Short Stories and 5 Novellas
Silver Medal: 5 Novels and 5 Graphic Novels
Gold Medal: 10 Novels
Allow me to preface this post off by saying I waited 5 days after the release of this book for Amazon to even SHIP my copy to me. Otherwise, I would have had this post done a while ago. I mean, what does pre-ordering do for me if I don’t even get it the day it’s released, Amazon? Come on.
Can I just say I went full nerd when I opened the mailbox and saw my book inside? Lost it. In the street. We have a mailbox we share with the rest of the block, so I’m sure my neighbors saw me/heard me. Then watched as a twenty-one year old woman sprinted back down the street clutching a box to her chest while squealing with glee like a five year old with a kitten.
You might think, “Wow, Rachel, I’m pretty sure you didn’t actually do that, you’re much to poised and adult for such a thing!”
Absolutely… not the case.
You read it right. Ten books in ten days- and since I’m 18 books behind on my Goodreads reading goal for the year, I figure I might as well give it a shot! This challenge is hosted by Epic Reads via their Instagram, so be sure to check them out!
Keep reading to find out what the rules are and my reading list!