September readings | Highly Trained Characters, Magic, Hockey, Aliens, and Ghosts

Title: On The Wings of War
Series: Soulbound #5
Author: Hailey Turner
Genre(s): Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, Magic, Romance (MM), Shapeshifters, Vampires
Page count: 395 (ebook)
Published: 2 Sept 2020

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Title: Summertime Butt Slut
Series: Fully Loaded Creampie Adventures #1
Author: Malcolm Van
Genre(s): MM Smut
Page count: 94 (ebook)
Published: 10 July 2019

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Title: Cemetery Boys
Author: Aiden Thomas
Genre(s): Fantasy, Ghost, Young Adult, Queer, Fiction, Contemporary, Romance
Page count: 352 (ebook)
Published: 1 Sept 2020

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Title: Decker and the New Guy
Series: Fully Loaded Creampie Adventures #2
Author: Malcolm Van
Genre(s): MM Smut
Page count: 163 (ebook)
Published: 25 Aug 2019

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Title: Burn Zone
Series: Hotshots #1
Author: Annabeth Albert
Genre(s): Contemporary, Romance (M/M), Fiction, Firefighters,
Page count: 336 (ebook)
Published: 27 April 2020

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Title: Return to Zero
Series: Lorien Legacies Reborn #3
Author: Pittacus Lore
Genre(s): Science Fiction, Young Adult, Urban Fantasy, Aliens, Fiction, Dystopia, War,
Page count: 464 (ebook)
Published: 25 June 2019

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Title: Trade Deadline
Series: Hat Trick #3
Author: Avon Gale & Piper Vaughn
Genre(s): Contemporary, Romance (M/M), Sports, Hockey, Lgbt,
Page count: 304 (ebook)
Published: 17 Aug 2020

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Title: Classified
Series: The Elite #3
Author: Brooke Blaine, Ella Frank
Genre(s): Contemporary, Military Fiction, Romance, Lgbt,
Page count: 228 (ebook)
Published: 23 June 2020

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Title: Holiday Hijinks: Escape from the Holidays
Series: Hounds of the Hunt #3
Author: Toni Griffin
Genre(s): Paranormal, Christmas, Romance (M/M), Shapeshifters,
Page count: 154 (ebook)
Published: 23 Dec 2018

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Title: Common Goal
Series: Game Changers #4
Author: Rachel Reid
Genre(s): Contemporary, Romance (M/M),
Sports, Hockey, Lgbt,
Page count: 282 (ebook)
Published: 21 Sept 2020

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The 5th Wave | Trailer

Reaction: I expected a trailer for it soon but it still surprised me when it came out. I watched it a few times and I’ve got admit it looks exactly like what I remembered in the book, so it seems very faithful to the book and that worries me a little. I don’t know if I’m excited to see it anymore but I’m curious to see how it will turn out.

What about you? Are you excited for it?

The Lost Files: Five’s Betrayal | Pittacus Lore

This sequel to I Am Number Four: The Lost Files: Five’s Legacy finds Number Five entering the ranks of the Mogadorian army. The Mogs have convinced him that they will be the victor in their war for Earth, and Five decides he would rather be on the winning side. Realizing that the only thing that matters is his survival, Five allies himself with the sworn enemies of the Lorien and pledges to help the Mogs take down the very people he was meant to protect. Is he too far gone to be saved? Discover how Five became one of Earth’s and Lorien’s most dangerous adversaries and decide for yourself.

How was it? Pittacus Lore managed to write yet another engaging novella that keeps you wanting more. The universe of the series is expanding and I love it.

When number five first appeared in the series, I was happy that the garde were reunited but I didnt trust him at all. In Five’s legacies I came to like five. His insecurities, his laziness and his need to connect was something that I could relate to. But in Five’s Betrayal I went right back to where I started. Learning about what lead him to do what he did in the Fall of Five did not bring any kind of compassion. I don’t hate him but I don’t like him. I never trusted him anyway, so he could die I wouldn’t really care. I cant wait to see what’s in store for him in the Revenge of Seven and I hope there’s no redemption for him in the future that would really make the whole storyline suck.

What did you guys think of the novella?

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I Am Number Four: The Lost Files: Return to Paradise | Pittacus Lore

How was it? I usually read these novellas within hours after I bought them but this one sat on my e-reader for days before I got to it. I even read it in a week.
The main reason is that Mark is not my favorite character neither is Sarah Hart btw and to be honest I couldn’t give a fuck about what happened in Paradise after John, Six, and Sam left.
We don’t learn much in this novella. The only interesting thing about it is Mark’s internet activities and the last chapter.

Rating: 2 out of 5.