Sunday Summary 18.06.2017

Hello my lovelies! Another week gone and another Sunday Summary from me to you!


Spellbook of the Lost and Found  Our Dark Duet (Monsters of Verity, #2)  The Call

I finally finished reading the atmospheric and gorgeous Spellbook of the Lost and Found by Moira Fowley-Doyle. I really enjoyed it and I’m not quite sure I have the words in me to describe this book. If you like magical books then I think you’ll love this. I also devoured Our Dark Duet by Victoria Schwab and I LOVED EVERY SECOND!! (More about this below….) My current read is The Call by Peadar O’Guilin. I’ve heard the most fantastic things about this book from my very reliable bookish friends and I have already devoured nearly 40% of it in one sitting last night. As you’re reading this I would predict that I am currently sat with my nose in this one!


Our Dark Duet (Monsters of Verity, #2)  New World: Rising (New World, #1)  The Sandcastle Empire

The Memory Book  The Roanoke Girls

This week was an excellent week for bookish post! My preorder of Our Dark Duet arrived and I’ve already devoured that. I also received Rising by Jennifer Wilson and The Sandcastle Empire by Kayla Olson. I hadn’t heard of either of these but both look pretty good to me! Then I received two books from Daphne who was doing a clear out and kindly sent me her old ARCs of The Memory Book by Lara Avery and The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel. I’ve heard great things about both of these books!

Being Miss Nobody

A big thank you to Stevie and the lovely folk at Usborne Publishing for sending me a proof copy of Being Miss Nobody by Tamsin Winter. It’s a recent release and sounds so wonderful, I’m definitely jumping into this one soon!


Progress is being made little by little! Every little counts and all that!


Our Dark Duet (Monsters of Verity, #2)

I absolutely adore V.E. Schwab’s writing and this has easily been one of my most highly anticipated novels of 2017 and it did not disappoint at all. I was sucked back into the world of Kate and August immediately. This book was SUCH an adventure, it was so exhilarating and I felt exhausted by the end. I loved every second of this book up until the end when my heart was shattered into a million pieces. Schwab has continued her reign as Queen of fantasy for me!



My birthday is this week and I’m really looking forward to it. I’ve already been treated to an afternoon tea by one of my friends who is away this week and I already have 2 seemingly bookish birthday parcels just waiting to be opened! I am waiting out for Thursday to open them though! I have some really nice plans for this week and the weather is currently gorgeous in the UK so I’m a happy bunny.

Have a wonderful week! ❤

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14 responses to “Sunday Summary 18.06.2017

  1. Hope you had a wonderful birthday!

    I read the Darker Shades of Magic trilogy, but have yet to pick up any of Schwab’s other books… I really need to get on the ball here. Have you read Vicious? Didn’t know if you recommend starting with one over the other…

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  2. Ahhh, I’ve really gotta read This Savage Song asap!!! Also glad to hear you enjoyed Spellbooks. I didn’t get on at all with The Roanoke Girls so I’ll be really interested to hear what you think.

    Happy Early Birthday, Kelly (in case I forget haha)!!! I hope it’s a great one ♥

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  3. eeeek! i am currently reading our dark duet and it is so so good!! i cannot wait to spend the rest of my day reading it. this post definitely got me really hyped up and finish the book! happy sunday ❤

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  4. Hi Kelly!

    Great post ☺. I got a copy of the Call the other day at Waterstones, but I’m a bit of a wuss so I probably won’t get round to it for a few weeks.

    I’ve been quite slow with reading this week: I’ve read See You in the Cosmos, Jack Dash and the Summer Blizzard and Truth or Dare, all of which I enjoyed.

    I’ve written a few blog posts; a Father’s Day themed Top Ten Tuesday and also a post about my favourite children’s classics. I also took part in the I Dare You Book Tag.

    Amy ❤

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