5 Reading Goals for 2015!

I really want to branch out with my reading in 2015. I’ve always been a bit of a mood reader and looking at the books I read last year, I definitely tend towards certain types of book. So I’m setting up some goals for myself that I’m going to write on some post-its and keep by my TBR pile structures.

Read 15 books.
My Goodreads reading goal for 2015 is 15 books. It was 14 in 2014 because I hadn’t really read in a long time and I had certain misgivings about it. I thought a little more than a book a month would be a nice challenge. Well, I ended up reading 56 books and I’m really proud of that. But in 2015, I’m aiming for 15 because I really want to push myself to read some more challenging books rather than just reading the most I can.

Read one of the books I ‘paused’ in 2014!
I paused 14 books in 2014 and I have a post coming up soon on what and why, but I’d really like to finish at least one of them this year. It’s the completist in me.

Read a book longer than 500 pages.
According to Goodreads, the longest book I read in 2014 was 489 pages long. So I’d really like to read a book in 2015 that is over 500. I have a couple of options but I’m thinking Catch-22 which is an impressive 572 pages, and leads me on to my next goal.

Read a classic.
I read 4 classics in 2014; Of Mice and Men, I am Legend, Mystery in White and To Kill a Mockingbird and I really liked them! The language is a little more challenging but they’re classics for a reason. In general, they’re good books and contain valuable lessons.

Only buy half as many as I read.
My TBR pile is- ridiculous. According to Goodreads I have 432 books in the room I’m currently typing in that I have either not read or haven’t read lately. And this is definitely not helped by my love for The Book People collections. So this year I’m going to only buy half as many books as I read, so if I read two books I can buy one, and hopefully that will calm down my TBR a little.

And one extra. Write more book reviews. Book reviews are quite unpopular posts as far as stats but I have to remember that I blog for me, and I like writing them and reading them. I want to get better at being constructive about what I read to help my own writing and will now be posting about books on Mondays as well as Fridays!

I’m doing a little blog survey to see what I can improve in the new year, I’d love it if you could take a couple minutes to fill it in here!

What are your reading goals for 2015?
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Books I Read in December!

I think I did quite well with reading in December considering how busy the month was with Christmas and New Year and the hot mess that comes along with the holidays. I read four books and got about 150 pages into a fifth, and they were all good books! A perfect way to end my first year back reading regularly.

To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee
Amazing. Amazing! To Kill A Mockingbird is the story of a girl named Scout growing up in Southern America in the thirties during the depression and deals with racial inequality and rape and the roles of women and men all while being a really lovely read. I saw the play of this tale in Manchester a couple of years ago and loved in, and the book really stood up to that. It took me a while to read- a little under three weeks- because of how rich the plot and writing was and I found myself, for the first time, wanting to draw out the read but oh I adored it. The characterisation was dead on, the development of the characters and the overlying story of Boo Radley was just so heartwarming.
It’s one of the best books I read in 2014 and definitely the best classic, I feel like it really taught me a lot. I’d urge everyone to pick up this book and I really feel like re-reading it soon. It makes me sad that so many have been put off by reading this in school- I know school put me off a lot of books that maybe I need to give a second chance..

Mystery in White: A Christmas Crime Story by J. Jefferson Farjeon
This was a gift from my mum that she gave me half-way through December as we neared Christmas and it’s a book to pick up around that time if you want some festive scenery description and a mysterious crime that spread over 20 years. A trail is stopped by snow and several of the passengers leave to walk to the station, only to get lost and come upon a house where the tea is set and the fires are burning but nobody is home.
It took me quite a while to read, half because it was a busy time and half because I wasn’t really gripped by the tale. The writing is a reflection of the time it was written and it was a lot less dark than modern crime stories. I’m not quite sure about it even now. I did like the characters though, there was a pretty wide range and they were all well developed and sometimes quite funny!

Three Bedrooms, One Corpse by Charlaine Harris
This series continues to be great in the third book when Roe finds a corpse in the main bedroom of a three bedroom house- I’ll admit, I kind of expected it to be… divided. But hey. This was preferable. This series is what is called cosy crime but always manages to surprise me about who the murderer is amongst all the normal life and romance and family talk. I normally finish these books super quickly and this was no exception as I read the whole story over a very bust weekend.
Alas, this was the last book in the super cheap set of three I got from The Book People (10% off with that link!) but I got the fourth for Christmas and I’m looking forward to finding out what happens next.

Red Rising by Pierce Brown*
Oh my goodness. I don’t know what I was expecting from this book but oh my goodness. I’ll admit it took me a while to get hooked in this book but once it got it’s claws it, it really got it’s claws in. Simply, this book is about a young man called Darrow who is a ‘Red’ and works under the surface of Mars as a miner of a terraforming substance so Mars can become habitable for humans. But, plot twist, Mars is already habitable and Reds are just slaves constantly working away with nothing to show for it. This book is crazy, there’s so much going on and so much action and drama that it’s a punch in the chest feeling every chapter. I was so impressed at this that I immediately needed to read the second book, published 6th January, and I’m just- speechless.
I was talking to a friend and described this as ‘everything a lot of YA books could be if they were a bit better’, and I stick by that. If you’re a fan of the Hunger Games, Game of Thrones, Chronicles of the Invaders, heck- even if you’re not you need to pick up a copy of this book. Incredible, I’m itching to read the second book.

So that’s it for the year! I’ll be doing a big round up sometime next week. I can’t believe I’ve done 12 months of Books I Read in.. posts! I’m also doing a little blog survey to see what I can improve in the new year, I’d love it if you could take a couple minutes to fill it in here!

Have you read any of these books? What did you read this month?

*I was sent this book for review. It has not changed my opinion. Post contains affiliate links to Amazon.
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Fiction Friday: The Nutcracker Ballet!

Last weekend I went to go see The Nutcracker at the Birmingham Hippodrome and it was amazing. I’ve loved The Nutcracker ever since I was a little girl and go see it whenever I can locally, probably about once every two years. The Birmingham Royal Ballet did an amazing job, the dancing was perfect and the set was magical. I admit my foot was tapping about quite a lot throughout.

The soundtrack is here and there are many versions of the ballet on YouTube (don’t tell my mum but I’m also a huge fan of the Barbie version). If you need a little Christmas cheer, I really recommend either watching a version or putting on the soundtrack and dancing about!

Have you ever seen The Nutcracker? What gets you in the Christmas mood?
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Fiction Friday: Winter Wonderland Book Tag!

Admittedly I had no idea what do to for today’s Fiction Friday, mainly because my plan of reviewing Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets with my friend who is a Harry Potter Virgin ran into problems when I made her watch the first episode of Lost and got her hooked enough that we haven’t been reading together. My bad! Anyway while scouring for ideas I was watching old YouTube videos and found a tag that Priscilla from The Readables did last year, you can watch it here! And here are my answers!

1. What book is so happy and sweet that it warms your heart?
This would have to be Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K Jerome. I was thinking about Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone and thinking about how it was actually kind of dark when the quote; “But then again, everything has it’s drawbacks as the man said when his mother-in-law died, and they came down on him for the funeral expenses,” came to mind and reminded me that Three Men in a Bot has no dark side and truly just makes me happy.

2. What is your favourite book with a white cover?
World War Z by Max Barry. Not exactly festive but this is my favourite book with a white cover and actually one of my favourite books ever. I normally read it in Summer though.

3. You’re sitting in a nice comfy chair, wearing a onesie, with a lovely warm hot chocolate but what MONSTER are you reading?
Honestly I haven’t read many monsters this year, I attempted Game of Thrones but had to put it down a couple hundred pages in. The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson is on my Christmas TBR so I’ll say that one! I’d love some monster book recommendations, I tend to shy away from them!

4. It started snowing so you decided to have a snowball fight! What fictional character would you love to have a snowball fight with?
Hmm. I’d have to say Scout from To Kill A Mockingbird, she’d be amazing in a snowball fight.

5. Sadly, your fire is beginning to go out. So what book would you tear the last few chapters out to throw into the fire?
Either Endgame by James Frey and Nils Johnson-Shelton or Season to Taste by Natalie Young. I really didn’t like either of those books so I’ll sacrifice them to the flames. Reminds me of that scene from The Day After Tomorrow where they burn the books in the library.

6. What book is so close to your heart that you would gift it to someone this Christmas who hasn’t read before but wants to get into reading?
Okay, I’m going cliché here but Harry Potter. It’s a great series for people who want to get into read but- apart from my friend- who hasn’t read it these days?

I tag everyone! Seriously, I want to see everyones answers. Please link me if you do a post or answer in the comments!
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Fiction Friday: Books I’m Reading this Christmas.

The holiday time is well and truly upon us, we even had ridiculously heavy hail today and personally I’m looking forward to curling up with a good book with a candle and a hot chocolate. And here are the eight books I’m optimistically looking to read. I also have a couple Christmas story anthologies I might dip into too…

Pile of Books I

The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien.
Not a typical Christmas book but the final Hobbit movie is coming out on the twelth and I’m hoping to get around to this before I go see the conclusion of the trilogy. I’ve already read it a couple years ago so it’s not a huge thing if I don’t get around it though.

Three Bedrooms, One Corpse by Charlaine Harris.
Another not very christmassy book but I’ve read the first book and the second book this year and they’ve been great so I’m pretty interested in finding out what happens next! They’ve both only taken me an evening too so if I feel like a murder mystery, it’s a quick read.

The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey.*
Finally! Something wintery! Based in 1920’s Alaska, a couple moves to try and get away after the death of their baby, but they start to see a mysterious little girl out in the snow. I’m hoping for a snow day so I can stay in and read this with the scenic weather.

The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson.
I won this from Bookolio’s blog and it’s the first instalment in the Mistborn trilogy. I really want to read some thicker books next year, so if I start this epic fantasy this year then I’ll be starting off on the right foot.

Snowblind by Christopher Golden.*
Much like The Snow Child, this is a creepy kind of story based in Massachusetts (like my boo, Ashley). The idea is that twelve years after a great storm, the ghosts of those that died are back with a new storm. It has some really great reviews so I’m looking forward to creeping myself out with this one.

Red Rising by Pierce Brown.*
This is a YA dystopian type of book set on Mars and is the book of the month for the Chapter 5 Book Club over on Goodreads so I decided to save this for December even though I’ve been clamouring to read it for a couple months now.

Rudolph! He is the Reason for the Season by Mark Teppo.**
I won this from Goodreads and I know for a fact that this is what I’m going to be reading on Christmas Eve. I don’t know a huge amount about it apart from that its the ‘true story’ of a very cynical Rudolph.

Batman Noël by Lee Bermejo.
Now I borrowed this one off my brother about two years ago and really should give it back at some point… This is essentially a retelling of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens with Batman as Scrooge!

What are you reading this Christmas?

*I was sent these books for review.
** I won this book on Goodreads!
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Fiction Friday: Books I Read in November!

Now I’m jumping the gun a little with my Books I Read in November post considering we have two days left of the month. However, I decided to attempt Blogmas again this December so my Fridays are already booked up with Wintery reading goodness! I’ve actually been reading a lot online this month so my book consumption is down but hey. Reading is reading.

Kitty and the Dead Man’s Hand by Carrie Vaughn
This series had a bit of a dip with the second and third books, coming back up into greatness with the fourth and continuing in this. Set in Vegas we deal with more werewolf hunters, magic, were-things and that extra bit of romance too. The characterisation is dead on because while Kitty made some choices I would definitely not make in my own life, I completely understood why she did. And oh was there drama!
Also, this was the first of the Kitty Norville books to end on a cliffhanger and the only time that I didn’t have the next book to dive in straight away! Sods law! But I had a £10 voucher for eBay and the remaining 3 books were quickly on their way to me.

I Am Legend by Richard Matheson
You can read my review (and enter my giveaway) for this book here! Basically, it’s perfect.

Y: The Last Man, Volume 8, Kimono Dragons by Brian K Vaughn, Pia Guerra, Goran Sudzuda, José Marzán Jr.
I don’t know if it’s because I took a break from reading this series or maybe it’s just me but this volume felt a little- off. A lot was happening, a lot of backstory was put in, but it managed to feel like too much and not enough at the same time. Don’t get me wrong, I love this series but this volume didn’t wow me as much as the others. My least favourite of the ten but still worth reading.

Y: The Last Man, Volume 9, Motherland by Brian K Vaughn, Pia Guerra, Goran Sudzuda, José Marzán Jr.
Back to four stars, I went straight into this volume from the last and preferred it. There was less backstory but more explanation as we finally find out what caused the plague and it’s not a bad explanation. I don’t want to give away spoilers so I’ll just leave this by saying that Yorick is one of my favourite comic book characters.

Y: The Last Man, Volume 10, Whys and Wherefores by Brian K Vaughn, Pia Guerra, José Marzán Jr.
I cried. I admit. I cry every dang time I read this volume and I’m not talking just the one time. There are two distinct points in this that make me tear up.
In general, I’m not a fan of endings. Mostly I’m left unsatisfied or annoyed compared to how I felt about the series as a whole, (looking at you Lost) but this comic ended the way it did and I might not be happy in the sense of- not crying, but I’m happy by the way it ended because it was the ending this amazing series deserves. The whole run of Y: The Last Man is five stars in total.

I’m also hoping to finish To Kill A Mockingbird in the next couple of days but I’ll put it in Decembers wrap up. And that’s another month down! I can’t believe I only have one more ‘Books I Read in..’ post for this year. Where has the year gone?

What did you read this month?

*This post contains Amazon affiliate links which means if you buy anything from the links, I get a few pennies at no extra cost to you. Pretty neat, huh?
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Fiction Friday: The Book People Haul!

Okay I bought more books. And maybe I didn’t even haul my last The Book People order so really I’ve bought more books that even this post suggests but… Books. I have no self control. I swear I’ll get round to reading them eventually. Books aren’t a bad thing to hoard, right?

And these books came from my favourite place to buy books. The Book People. Who were doing 20% off at the time (they aren’t anymore but don’t worry, they do these sales a lot) and I couldn’t resist picking up a few things that had been knocking about on my wish list for a while. Starting with…

The Uglies series by Scott Westerfeld. You might remember, if you have a seriously impressive memory, that I already have the first book in this series and posted about it here but I haven’t read it yet. However, I have two friends who rave about this series and since all four cost £5.60, it made sense to just buy these and put my old copy up on Read it, Swap it. The Uglies series is about a girl in a dystopian society where at 16 they go through extensive plastic surgery to go from ‘Uglies’ to ‘Pretties’, that’s pretty much all I know about it so I’m really looking forward to finding out more. And these covers are great too, they’re the slightly rubbery feeling ones like a Nars palette. Love them.

Next thing I added to my basket was The Immortals by Paul Stewart & Chris Riddell for a jaw-dropping 80 pence. 80 pence. Seriously. Now The Edge Chronicles were some of my favourite books growing up as they were fantasy adventure books that had flying boats and these beautifully constructed worlds that I adore and still draw on as inspiration to this day. I believe there are now 11 books, but I just have the original three trilogies and this is a conclusion book to them all so I think next year I’m going to sit down and marathon them all. Good idea? Good idea.

The next two I got where hardbacks which is pretty unusual for me as I’m a paperback girl myself but at the prices- I couldn’t leave them. Firstly, The Bone Season. I’ll admit, I know next to nothing about this book apart from that Andy Serkis tweeted a picture with the second book. That was enough to make me buy this for £4.79 and look into it a little more and find out that he bought the film rights. This is the first book in a seven book series and is a supernatural dystopian debut novel by British author Samantha Shannon. Pretty exciting stuff.

And last but not least, I bought The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton. This was everywhere when it first came out but I haven’t heard a lot about it since, I’m really looking forward to reading it though as I have a serious love for the old fashioned doll houses and this historical kind of creepy sounding book sounds perfect for a winter read. And I know you’re not supposed to judge a book by it’s cover but just look at it! I paid £3.99 but it’s now £3 on The Book People so go! Go get it now if it sounds like your kind of book!

Have you read any of these books? What do you think?
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Fiction Friday: Books I Read in October!

I’m pretty pleased with my October reading! I read five books at a total of about 1700 pages and I accidentally kept with a bit of a theme. Two alien books, two werewolf books and a murder mystery. Yep. Definitely October.

A Bone to Pick by Charlaine Harris
I read the first book of this series last month and loved it. It was a five star book and this series continues to be strong in the second book. In fact, exactly like the first book, I read this in one evening as part of my Hallowreadathon as I predicted in this post!
The story continues an untold amount of time later but I’d put it at about 6-8 months after the last book ended, and Roe has just inherited a house. And a skull.
The mystery in this story is just as gripping as the last although there was less immediate danger and less of the thrill that comes with danger. However, I think that Harris has done a great job of keeping it realistic and I enjoy reading about Roe’s life even without the drama. That’s a good sign in my book.
I got the first three of these books from The Book People here so I have one more to read before I have to buy the rest at full price, but I’m fairly sure I will!

Kitty Takes a Holiday by Carrie Vaughn
Now this book was good! I’ve been reading this series through the year and I was browsing my book nook for something to read and despite this being at the bottom, hidden behind a second layer of books and with the weight of three layers of books on top of it, it was worth the time wiggling it out. I really like the Kitty Norville Series as a contemporary take on werewolves and magic and the supernatural.
However, this book had one downside that really had me struggling when I star-rated it and that was that the first 200 pages were great. Amazing. Reminded me of what I loved about this series after the bumpy second book even without the radio host element that made me pick up this series in the first place. I liked the new werewolf element being brought back and the Thoreau references. But the last 100 pages felt more like the second book where the legal stuff was happening and I don’t feel it was the author’s strong suit. It’s a four star book- but it was this close to being a three star.

Kitty and the Silver Bullet by Carrie Vaughn
This book convinced me to continue with this series. If Kitty Takes a Holiday was a four star book that was nearly a three star book, then this is a four star book that was nearly a five star book.
Without getting too much into the plot, we return to exploring the werewolf pack dynamics and radio show setting that I loved so much in the first book. The romance followed on well from the third book. All while adding some vampire politics.
The writing continues to be strong, the story carried through the whole book and there was none of the kind of writing that put me off the second and third book.

Conquest by John Connolly and Jennifer Ridyard*
Don’t let the size of this ARC fool you, this was only 40 pages shorter than Endgame and packed in a lot of information.
The premise of this book is that an alien race similar to humans has gone around the galaxies conquering planets, and decide to conquer Earth. As you can imagine, not a popular decision and there is a Resistance that is constantly trying to get them to go away. That’s the base, now imagine a huge amount of other stuff on top like teen romance, robots, witches…
Trying to explain this book simply is a challenge but I really really enjoyed it and I’m looking forward to the sequel,  Empire, that I tweeted the cover of. I know, I know, never judge a book by its cover but- pretty. It’s being published on the 1st of January and I’m all over that.
The main character is totally loveable even though she’s an alien, the romance is believable- no love at first sight in sight, and the plot is thick and way beyond what I expected for a YA book. It is a long book, and it takes some getting into but I really like the world and love that it’s based in Scotland.

Endgame: The Calling by James Frey and Nils Johnson-Shelton**
And the second alien book of the month. This was a total flop for me and you can read my thoughts here!

What did you read this month?

* I requested this book from Book Bridgr. As a fan of the book I was asked if I wanted to become a Chronicles Champion which I am and now have a very snazzy badge on my About Me pageIt has not changed my opinion. Honesty as always.
** I received this book for review purposes. It has not changed my opinion and I am not obligated to talk about it.
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Fiction Friday: Too Spooky Reads!

Happy Halloween! Today I’ve got a list of some too spooky (or too spoopy) reads that I’ll be picking from to read tonight and tomorrow as part of my Halloween Read-A-Thon! Halloween is a great night to get some scary reading done and there is still time to join the #hallowreadathon if you want to join me and a few others in reading and scaring our socks off! But on with the list!

So the books I’m debating between this halloween are; Carrie by Stephen King. I haven’t read this book in a couple years but I remember loving it when I was a teen. It was the first Stephen King I owned and started my love of his writing and my collection of his work. It’s a creepy tale of why you should never pour pigs blood on someone at prom. Just don’t do it.

How to Survive a Sharknado and Other Unnatural Disasters by Andrew Shaffer. This came in my October Loot Crate and I’m dying to start it. It has everything you could possibly want to survive; Sharknados, a Beeclipse, Swamp Volcanos, Bigfoot, you name it. I’m a big fan of the Worst Case Scenarios books so this is right up my alley. It’s a pretty short book too so I don’t think it’ll take too long to read.

A Bone to Pick by Charlaine Harris. I loved the first book in this series and gave it five stars, so while it may not be spooky, I think it still belongs on the list as it is a murder mystery type book and when it a better time to lose yourself in one of those then halloween?

Kitty and the Dead Man’s Hand by Carrie Vaughn. This series has had a lot of attention from me this month and rightly so. Werewolves? Check. Vampires? Check. Action? Check. Drama? Check. I’ve been loving these books and I’m so ready to jump into this, the fifth book in the series. I really recommend these books if you’re looking for a good urban werewolf story and look out for my reviews of the third and fourth book coming soon in my monthly wrap-up. Maybe this will join them!

World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks. Yes, I’m talking about this book again and again and again on my blog but it is one of my firm favourites and deserves a spot on this list. In the format of interviews with survivors, the narrator takes us through the zombie war with chills and paranoia along the way. I don’t think I’ve read this book once without feeling the urge to move to somewhere remote and learn how to wield a machete. Love it.

I am Legend by Richard Matheson. Another favourite if the battered spine didn’t show that. I have a vivid memory of buying this book in Manchester Waterstone’s and reading it in a shoe shop while my mum bought shoes, I was hooked from the first page and it deserves all the credit it gets as the origin of the modern zombie. And yes I’ve talked about it before on the blog and even bought a copy to give away.

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling. We all need a little magic, right? I think my most frequent costume when I was a kid was a witch so it only seemed right that ol’ Harry made it on the list. I’m currently reading this with a friend of mine who has never read Harry Potter before and she’s taking part in the Read-A-Thon so we’re going to blast through some of this tonight.

What are your favourite spooky reads?

*This post contains Amazon affiliate links which means if you buy anything from the links, I get a few pennies at no extra cost to you. Pretty neat, huh?
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Book Review: Endgame: The Calling by James Frey and Nils Johnson-Shelton

I was excited about Endgame, I was. I was excited because Chloe Dykstra instagrammed it and I’ve admired her since pre-heroes of Cosplay so when I saw an opportunity to get an early copy, I jumped at it. Unfortunately, this is not going to be a positive review.

Endgame: The Calling by James Frey and Nils Johnson-Shelton

I’m going to start by talking about the book, just the words on the page. It was.. alright. My review is basically a shrug. It wasn’t an original idea; 12 teens have to find keys and kill each other in the process? Yeah. Okay. Aliens? Gods? An interesting idea but the Battle Royale/ Hunger Games set up just seemed too familiar.

The writing was basic, I think with my sticky note system there was four sentences/ paragraphs where I thought- oh that is nice writing. And that’s really low for me, I prepared many sticky notes for this book and was sorely disappointed at the result. And considering that the book was written from about 14 different perspectives, I expected to get more than one style. Not everyone thinks alike but it would seem like it if aliens came down and picked this book to read first.

And the characters? So unlikable. It’s rare that I can’t find one character to latch onto and be like this one, I like this one. Two were bearable. But I just didn’t understand the rest of them or why they were doing what they were doing.
Of course, the cliffhanger ending. But is it going to make me pick up the next book? No. Much like Divergent, I’m just going to google it.

So let’s get on to the two things about this book that had to do with the book but not the words on the page.
Firstly, James Frey. James Frey is a man who lied in his autobiography and is still getting published and I presume, a large amount of money for his trouble. I think this article says it better than I could.

Secondly, the gimmick of it all. $2,000,000 or £1,229,202 worth of gold to be split between the three books, put in glass cases in Vegas. There to be opened live on YouTube by three people who figure out the clues, designed by three MIT PhDs in the books and find the key. I’m just reminded of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and the fact that it is worldwide just makes me think that it will be won by the person with the most financial backing. But that is conjecture. Basically I just think $2 million is a lot to sink into these three books.

I really wanted to like this book but I couldn’t. In short, want some entertainment called Endgame? Watch the genius TV show. Still want to read it? You can buy it here.

What do you think of Endgame?

*This book was sent to me for review. It has not changed my opinion. This post contains Amazon affiliate links which means if you buy anything from the links, I get a few pennies at no extra cost to you. Pretty neat, huh?

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