Wicked Wildfire Read-a-Thon: Wrap-Up #WWReadathon

Wicked Wildfire Read-A-Thon

So, the read-a-thon is over. I didn’t read all I planned on, but I did get enough going. I think, lol.

I had much bigger plans, but reading on my desktop PC is pure torture, it’s like 40 degrees Celsius in here after the computer runs for like 1 hour +. And no, I don’t have AC, so yeah, I gotta roll with the blasted weather.

Whoever invented summer and high temperatures was looking to pay me some evil-doing or something, lol. I hate heat and it sticks to me, of course. Gah.

Anyways, here’s what I managed to read:

Two of them I did Fluttering Thoughts on during the read-a-thon, and on the other 2
I’ll do reviews later on, Pushing the Limits though was unexpectedly amazingly fabulous, to give you a preview of it. It’s making it on my top reads of the year list, no doubt about it. I even liked more then I did Saving June, and I thought that one was brilliant pretty much.

Enslaved in shadows was fun and entertaining, I liked it too. But the star for me in this reading session was Pushing the Limits, followed amazingly close by Clockwork Angel that was just freaking genius. If I ever had a doubt, I’m more then sure now, I’m 100% a steampunk girl xDDD

How about you guys, read any of these titles, loved them, not so much? 😀


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