After having read Kate Watson's somewhat retellings of Mansfield Park and Great Expectations, I was curious to see what she'd do with mythology. Let's see how it went!
I'm way late with this post - life can do that to you when you just became a mom! - but it's here now! Let's see how much I managed to read before my little wiggle was born!
It took me a while to get my thoughts straight enough to write this review, but I managed to do so eventually! Here's my review on the BEST retelling I've read so far - A Curse So Dark And Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer!
I don't usually post reviews on sequels on my blog, so you know that when I do.. It's either because it was extremely good.. or extremely bad.. I'm thrilled to say Archenemies belongs to the first group because I absolutely loved the freak out of it and.. read it in no time? At all?
It's time to share next month's TBR! Although I have no clue how much I'll be able to read since that depends solely on the little one's arrival but.. I can only try and set some kind of TBR at this point, right?
February is all about fantasy reads, and that's exactly what we're going to do with Fantastic February! Are you ready for this challenge? Because I sure am! [Among other things..]
Do you like planning in advance as much as I do? Do you like monthly reading challenges? Or, more precisely, do you like my monthly reading challenges? Are you curious to see whether I'll be changing things up in 2019? I hope the answer to all these questions is yes because, if so, you're in for a treat with this post!