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    A DANCE OF LIES (THE OUTLANDS PENTALOGY #4) BY REBECCA CRUNDEN| BOOK REVIEW

    A Dance Of Lies is the 4th book in The Outlands Pentalogy. This series gets better with each book and I am all here for it. Each book focuses on a main character's POV taking us through their tumultuous lives as they fight against the oppression and tyranny of the heavily authoritarian Kingdom. A year of living in the Outlands hasn't resolved the issues building between Nate, Thom, Kitty, and the rest of the group. Their found family of people of the Kingdom and Radiants have found a routine to their lives, living day to day the best way possible. Not everyone is happy to flee from the Kingdom and…

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    BOOK REVIEW : A PROMISE OF RETURN (THE OUTLANDS PENTALOGY #3) BY REBECCA CRUNDEN

    A Promise Of Return by Rebecca Crunden is the third book in The Outland's Pentalogy Series. This series is a fantasy/science-fiction set in a dystopian world. I am so thankful to Rebecca for her patience because this book has been sitting on my shelf for some time now. I planned to read this book as soon as I finished A History Of Madness. Unfortunately, I had a lot of books that I had committed before this book and so I scheduled it for August. I have been dying to get back to reading this book and I am so happy to say I finally finished it. Boy oh boy, what…

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    BOOK REVIEW : A HISTORY OF MADNESS (THE OUTLANDS PENTALOGY #2) BY REBECCA CRUNDEN

    A history of madness is the second book in The Outland's Pentalogy series. I read the first book in January. I gave the book 4.5 stars. The world-building is fascinating. We have the mutants and humans at war with each other. Both species have their own views about how the world came to be the way it is now. The humans have ruled the world that emerged after the devastation with firm hands and is ruthlessly enacting laws and regulations to keep the citizens from finding freedom. The indoctrination of the Kingdom is deeply rooted in a falsified history.

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    BOOK REVIEW : A TOUCH OF DEATH ( THE OUTLANDS PENTALOGY) BY REBECCA CRUNDEN

    TITLE : A Touch of Death AUTHOR : Rebecca Crunden GENRE : Fantasy, Science Fiction/Dystopia FBRC RATING : 4.5 Stars SYNOPSIS : A thousand years in the future, the last of humanity live inside the walls of the totalitarian Kingdom of Cutta. The rich live in Anais, the capital city of Cutta, sheltered from the famine and disease which ravage the rest of the Kingdom. Yet riches and power only go so far, and even Anaitians can be executed. It is only by the will of the King that Nate Anteros, son of the King’s favourite, is spared from the gallows after openly dissenting. But when he’s released from prison,…

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    MARCH WRAP-UP

    Hello, fellow bookworms! How are you all doing? I am again late for my wrap-up this month. I have accepted the fact that this is how things are going to be for some time. Things are still hectic and I am trying to read the books on my TBR and then review them once they are all done. I think it’s also one of the reasons for the delay. Right now this is the only way it’s working for me and so I am doing it this way! I listened to 2 more ACOTAR books and am right now in ACOFAS. So far I have enjoyed them and as usual…

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    20 QUESTIONS BOOK TAG!

    I have never done this book tag before and I thought this would be a cool idea to do to do now. I am 2+ years into my blogging journey and today is my 1st year anniversary on Wordpress. Now is a good time as any to answer these questions by myself as I wasn't tagged by anyone. 😉 So let's get started!!

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    AUGUST WRAP-UP

    This month I had a great time with a lot of my books. I had some amazing books that I immensely enjoyed this month. I was also able to complete an entire series and a few authors I will be on the lookout for after this month. I read 4 dystopian, YA, Science-Fiction/Fantasy books, 3 Literary Fictions, 1 YA Fantasy, 2 lower YA, higher middle-grade books as well. August was a good reading month for me and I was able to complete 10 books in total. I completed my Goodreads Challenge as well. This makes me so happy. I hope you guys also had a productive reading month. Let me…

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    JANUARY WRAP-UP

    Hey guys!! How are you all doing? I hope you guys had a great reading month this January. I came back from vacation and everything was a little bit off the track and had some difficulty in getting back everything in order. So I wasn’t able to read all the books I had planned but I am happy I was able to read 6 of them. Three were really emotionally draining and I had to take small breaks in between them. I DNFed a book for the first time. I couldn’t get through it and so I am not rating it or including it in my wrap-up. I read 3…