Currently Reading: 7/18/22

I have soooo not had much luck with books this month! I’ve DNF’d two books, one of which was one of my most anticipated releases of 2022 and the other just couldn’t hold my interest. I’m having better luck with my current read of the week, which I’m already 40% through. Hopefully this slump/reading funk goes away soon!

The Daughter of Doctor Moreau by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
I’m enjoying this more than I expected to and love the atmosphere! It’s strange and doesn’t really fit the horror label that so many folks on Goodreads have given it (so far anyway). 

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  1. I’m struggling a bit too. I nearly DNF’d ‘The Lost Time Accidents’. Looking forward to your review of Silvia Morena Garcia’s book.

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  2. I’ve read the first couple of chapters of Doctor Moreau and I like it so far. I saw the author on social media telling everyone that it isn’t horror so I’m going into it with that expectation😁

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  3. Don’t worry about it. So far this year I’ve DNF’d Locklands, Hunger of the Gods, Dead Silence, and Age of Ash. More books on my anticipated list than I’ve actually finished 😂😭

    Hope it turns around for you soon!!

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      1. The First Binding by R.R Virdi (I was soooo disappointed) and The Flames of Mira by Clay Harmon. The Flames of Mira was actually pretty cool concept-wise, but it just didn’t hold my attention so I picked up something else.

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