June Wrap Up

In the month of May, I took part in the Medieval-a-Thon hosted by the lovely Holly Hearts Books over on youtube. I was happily surprised to actually hit my main goal and became and Princess. So with without further ado here’s what I read in May

The Crimson Campaign by Brian McClellan


Status: Complete
Rating: 4/5
Review link: Review To Come
Challenges: 2020 TBR

I just finished the on. I was a nice continuation very was and politics heavy but well done, which a couple of twists and turn to keep you guessing. I will definitely read the last book of the series.

The Death of Dulgath by Michael J. Sullivan


Status: Complete
Rating: 5/5
Review link: here
Challenges: 2020 TBR

I love Hadrian and Royce. And I know that the Riyria Chronicles is not a masterpiece of epic fantasy but I don’t care. I have an amazing time reading about their adventures and this is what matters! I hope to pick the last book in the Riyria Chronicles in June and then move to The Riyria Revelation.

We Ride the Storm by Devin Madson


Status: Complete
Rating: 4/5
Review link: here
Challenges: –

I was pleasantly surprised by this one! Devin Madson does an amazing job in writing dark and violent scenes without overdoing it just for the gore and shocking her readers. There were also a lot of twists and turn that you don’t see coming that keep me guessing on the direction of the story. I can’t wait for the next book to see where all this is going.

Blade’s Edge by Virginia McClain


Status: In Progress
Rating: ?/5
Review link: Review To Come
Challenges: SPFBO TBR

What about you? What books did you read in May? Did you take part in any read-a-Thon? Let me know in the comments!

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