Round Up Review September 27-October 3, 2020

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I didn’t get that much reading done this week like I have in previous weeks. It has been a busy time of it for me right now and a lot of things happened. I did, however, get a couple of ARCs done, so the reviews are here for those. I was able to get some more books this week as well, so there should be more to look forward to next week.

Alpha Bots (The Womanoid Diaries, #1) “Alpha Bots” by Ava Lock is an interesting mystery, that will leave you guessing on what will happen for the majority of the story. It has great humor and character development. I love stories that seem fresh, and this is definitely one that I haven’t read something similar to before. It has LGBTQ representation and I really liked that, I appreciate more books are coming out with representation.

Received as an ARC for honest review thanks to Netgalley and publisher for the opportunity

This book is currently available

The Last Tiara “The Last Tiara” by M. J. Rose was an interesting read. I have always been fascinated by Russian history, and though this is historical fiction it is interesting to read. The only thing that was difficult for me was that it was a bit of a slow start. I loved that it was based on a real piece of jewelry. Interesting story overall and I think that people will enjoy it.

Received as an ARC in exchange for an honest review thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for the opportunity

This book will be available February 21, 2021

Books read: 2

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tishamae89

A book reviewer from Salt Lake City, I write weekly book reviews. When not reading I am spending time with my husband, my cats or planning my next trip to Disney. Follow my reading adventures on my site.

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