August Book Highlights

This blog post will differ from our normal review posts. Sometimes the TBR list gets tackled faster than I can write reviews and sometimes real life jumps in the way.  When this happens, I’ve decided to start something new and post a compilation of books that I’ve really enjoyed lately but couldn’t quite write “real” reviews for. Here are 5 books I’ve read/listened to recently and really enjoyed.

The Rebuilding Year (The Rebuilding Year, #1)

The Rebuilding Year by Kaje Harper
Reviewer:
Lost in a Book
Format:
Kindle
Rating:
 4 Stars
Initial Thoughts: Low relational angst but higher plot angst. I’m not a fan of ex/custody drama and this had it in spades. That’s just my preference and the main reason I went with 4 and not 5 stars but YMMV. Well written, enjoyable, and definitely recommended

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Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe (Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, #1)

Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz
Reviewer:
Lost in a Book
Format:
Audio through Audible
Rating:
 4.5 Stars
Initial Thoughts: This book is amazing and the audio is perfection. I took off 1/2 a star because I’m a greedy wench and wanted more of them together. I can’t write a review that even comes close to tackling this book so I’ll point you to Cupcake’s review.

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Captive Prince (Captive Prince, #1)  Captive Prince: Volume Two (Captive Prince, #2)  Kings Rising (Captive Prince, #3)

Captive Prince Series
Reviewer:
Lost in a Book
Format:
Audio through Audible
Series Rating:
 5+ Stars
Initial Thoughts: ERMAHGHERD!!!! 5++++++ Stars. This series. The audio. Amazing!

 

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The Understatement of the Year (The Ivy Years, #3)

The Understatement of the Year by Sarina Bowen
Reviewer:
Lost in a Book
Format:
Audio through Audible
Series Rating:
 5 Stars
Initial Thoughts:  Once again, I didn’t review this when I read it before. *shrug* But, it’s one of my favorites and the audio did NOT disappoint. Teddy as a narrator can do no wrong in my book but Christian Fox held his own. This will definitely be an audio I revisit when I’m in a slump. Definitely recommended.

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