I read too many books for one post: part two

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Hello again! So this a continuation from the last post. As I said before, I read the Masque of Red Death duology by Bethany Griffin, which were some pretty good reads.

The first book, Masque of the Red Death* was pretty good. It took me a couple of chapters to get into it but by the time I was done with the book, I could have been interviewed by McDonald s – I was lovin’ it. (funny, eh?) Anyway, all in all, it was pretty good. There was adventure, fun, romance (there was a bit of a love triangle), surprise, deception, and death – all in all in a great book. I can’t pick a favorite character and also don’t ask me if I’m Team Will or Team Elliot; they are both awesome.

So, moving on, I read the novella that comes after the first book, Glitter & Doom, which is about how Kent and April met and what happened next. It was awesome (a bit boring in the beginning though) since one of my fave characters is/was April, I very much liked it.

The next book I read was Dance of the Red Death* which was also as good – the series was just great in general. There was great writing, great characterization, and everything was timed out very well. The only thing I was confused about was the timing because it seemed like it was set both back when the bubonic plague raged on and also in the maybe future… I don’t know but the date setting was kinda confused.

Anyways that’s pretty much it, tata for now!

 

Angel

Red Bubble ❙ Society 6

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