Hey guys! Wow it has been a long time since I have written a TBR post. This month I have some buddy reads and just had some books I really wanted to get to. So I decided why not post a TBR. I feel in the past couple of months I haven’t really had a set TBR. My reading has been all over the place. I also have been in the mood to physically read which has been so nice. The past couple of months have mainly been me listening to audiobooks and pushing myself to physically read. I’m really glad to see that’s changed. I have read two books so far this month so I’m not going to include those on this list. You will see those in my wrap-up. So let’s dive in and see what I’m reading in February!
Hey guys! I am so excited to share with you my February Wrap-up. I feel I ended up getting a lot of reading in this month. I almost read 10 books, which is great. I feel overall I wasn’t in love with the books I read. I participated in Thrillerathon. Sadly two of the books I picked, I did not end up liking. I did end up finding a new 5 star read which I am excited to share with you. I feel March is off to a better start. I hope it stays that way. Anyway, let’s dive in to see what I read in February. Continue reading “February Book Wrap-up”
Bone Parish By Cullen Bunn (Author), Jonas Scharf , Alex Guimaraes
Genre: Comic, Horror
Pages: 112 pages
Publication Date: May 7th 2019
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
My Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars
Synopsis: A necromantic horror series about an upstart crime family trafficking in a new designer drug that’s just hit the market made from the ashes of the dead.
A new drug is sweeping through the streets of New Orleans—one made from the ashes of the dead. Wars are being fought over who will control the supply, and the demand is rising. While the various criminal factions collide, users begin to experience terrifying visions of the dead coming back to life…through them. Eisner Award-nominated author Cullen Bunn (Harrow County, The Empty Man) and illustrator Jonas Scharf team up for Bone Parish, a haunting blend of horror and crime that takes an unflinching look at how we connect to—and disconnect from—the world around us.
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