It’s that time of the year again! Everybody starts reviewing lists of things they accomplished in the past year. So now it’s time for me! Goodreads showed me my 2017 in books. So, where did reading take me this year? How was 2017 different from the year before? Here’s a look at the books I read, the pages I turned and what it all meant to me.
Starting today, I will list to you the most outstanding characters in a book or series that I’ve read. Keep in mind that this is solely my opinion and that yours can vary. Today, I’ll be talking about the Magic 2.0 series.
I’d like to disclaim here that some of the things I’ll write about these characters might be spoiling to you, so please continue reading with caution. If you haven’t fully read the series, you might want to come back to this post when you have…
I finished the third part of the Magic 2.0 series. I can only wait for Scott Meyer to finish his fourth book: Fight and Flight. The first book, Off to Be the Wizard, was a great read. Spell or High Water continued where the previous ended, both in story as in style. I really liked that book as well. Now, I’ve read An Unwelcome Quest, which again joins young wizard Martin Banks on his journey.
A few days after April I can look back on my weakest reading month of the year so far. It looks like my numbers are going down, as well as my blog posts. I should really work on that! In april, I read three fiction books. Are you ready?
Hey readers! I’ve returned to a friend of mine, Martin Banks. He went to back in time to become a wizard. And the first book about his wizardry was awesome. Scott Meyer is doing a great job with this writing career of his. Like I said in the other blog post, the audiobooks are read by Luke Daniels. So it’s a great book, written by a great author and read by a great performer.
Interested in more?
I’m not doing so well with this blog here. But don’t worry, I’m working on it! Yesterday, I finished the first book of a new series I found. Scott Meyer, also known for his web comics, did a great job with his first book Off to Be the Wizard.
If you like wizardry, tech jokes and some pop culture references, this book is what you are looking for! Those of you that prefer audiobooks, I can really suggest it. The audiobook is read by Luke Daniels and he’s a great audiobook performer.