It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #45-47 ( #IMWAYR )

    Last Week’s Reads:

    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
    by J.K. Rowling
    City of a Thousand Dolls
    by Miriam Forster♦♦
    by Jeff Somers♦♦
    Shadow on the Crown
    by Patricia Bracewell♦♦
    WoW: Well of Eternity
    by Richard A. Knaak
    WoW: The Demon Soul
    by Richard A. Knaak
    WoW: The Sundering
    by Richard A. Knaak
    WoW: Rise of the Horde
    by Christie Golden
    WoW: The Last Guardian
    by Jeff Grubb
    WoW: Tides of Darkness
    by Aaron Rosenberg
    WoW: Beyond the Dark Portal
    by Christie Golden & Aaron Rosenberg
    WoW: Lord of the Clans
    by Christie Golden
    Dance of Shadows
    by Yelena Black♦♦
    The Hallowed Ones
    by Laura Bickle

    This Week’s Reads:

    The Murmurings
    by Carly Anne West♦♦
    Black Feathers
    by Joseph D’Lacey♦♦
    WoW: Day of the Dragon
    by Richard A. Knaak

    As you can see, even though I haven’t been updating the blog a ton lately, I have been reading a lot! I’m sitting at 16 books for February, which I think is pretty good. One side effect of rereading all the Warcraft books, other than making me cringe as some of my early reviews, is that they made me miss the world, so I’ve started playing again. I hope that doesn’t put a dent in my reading….

    Review books received from:
    City of a Thousand Dolls: Amazon Vine
    Trickster: Publisher via Edelweiss
    Shadow on the Crown: Publisher via NetGalley
    Dance of Shadows: Publisher via NetGalley
    The Murmurings: Publisher for blog tour
    Black Feathers: Publisher for review

    Thank you! ♥

    ♦♦ indicates books received for review

    It’s Monday! What Are You Reading is hosted by Book Journey.

    The YA linky list for It’s Monday! What Are You Reading is hosted by Teach Mentor Texts.

    – leeanna

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