Quarterly Reading Recommendation

I can’t believe it’s already been three months since my last quarterly reading recommendations! This is going to be my third instalment for 2022 and even though I didn’t read that much I still able to pick 10 books that I would recommend. If you want to check out my second quarterly reading recommendations click HERE!

My recommendations for July – August – September are:

The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien


Into the Riverlands by Nghi Vo

Slewfoot: A Tale of Bewitchery by Brom

Book of Night by Holly Black

The It Girl by Ruth Ware

So Happy for You by Celia Laskey

Six of Crowns Duology by Leigh Bardugo


🌼Spring TBR🌸

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt is once again our seasonal TBR. Here in Australia we are going into Spring so these are the ten books that are currently the highest on my TBR that I am hopefully going to prioritise in the next 3 months!

My Autumn TBR consists of:

All Our Demise by Amanda Foody & Christine Lynn Herman

Jade City by Fonda Lee

Near the Bone by Christina Henry

Dune by Frank Herbert

Locklands by Robert Jackson Bennett

The Golden Enclaves by Naomi Novik

Belladonna by Adalyn Grace

Rule of Wolves by Leigh Bardugo

Nettle & Bone by T. Kingfisher

5 Quotes from Last 5 Books

These are five of my favourite quotes from the last five books that I have read!!

Vicious Spirits by Kat Cho

“People don’t realize that loneliness isn’t just about being alone”


Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo

“Fear is a phoenix. You can watch it burn a thousand times and still it will return.”


Just Like Home by Sarah Gailey

“Serendipity is just as cruel as it is kind.”

Just Like Home Final for Peter

Into the Riverlands by Nghi Vo

“I’ll remember what it was like to see a battle between people who don’t fight like people, who are what legends come from.”


The It Girl by Ruth Ware

“you’re never alone in a room filled with a thousand books.”


✨Grishaverse Reread✨

Ahh Crooked Kingdom was everything I remembered and more! Like with Six of Crows this was only the second time I read this book and a lot of the little details I didn’t remember. I forgot how intricate Kaz’s many plans were and how they all came together in the end. There were stretches of the book that I found to be a bit slower paced and quite boring but they were overshadowed by how entertaining the rest of the plot was. I liked the fact that everything didn’t go exactly to plan yet Kaz and the rest of the crew were able to come together reevaluate and still get the job done. We definitely get more of an insight into the whole crew and delved into their backstories a lot more which gave this duology a lot more depth. And the way it ended was just so satisfying and made me feel very content. It was also nice to have the little cameo from Genya, Zoya and Nikolai which definitely leads into the next duology in the Grishaverse which I am very excited to get to!