The Week's Entrée #57

Hi! Welcome to another edition of The Week's Entrée!

Week one of school break is over, but I still have two more weeks of reading! Sadly, I haven't been reading that much because K-DRAMAS happened to me.

If someone would have told me two months ago that I would fall in love with k-dramas, I would have probably rolled my eyes.  But guys, I ADORE them. My sister is obsessed with them. They are so incredibly cute and now I'm seconds away of jumping into a plane and heading straight to Seoul (if I were rich and knew a few Korean words).

My favorite up until now? Fated to Love You. Made me laugh, made me cry like if I'd lost a limb, and I swooooned. Agh, it's amazing. If you love feels and a great love story, you must watch it. Lee Gun ♥♥♥♥

 Here's a sort-of trailer with the most beautiful song ever:





Too many feeeeeeeeels.

*Clears throat* Anyway, I hope everyone has a happy week of reading! :D

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Book reviews in other sites:

I reviewed Gates of Thread and Stone by Lori M. Lee at Kate Tilton, Connecting Authors & Readers

I had really high expectations for this book, but it didn't turn out to be as great as I thought it would be. Still, I enjoyed it and I'm looking forward to read the next book!

The book's summary:

n the Labyrinth, we had a saying: keep silent, keep still, keep safe.

In a city of walls and secrets, where only one man is supposed to possess magic, seventeen-year-old Kai struggles to keep hidden her own secret—she can manipulate the threads of time. When Kai was eight, she was found by Reev on the riverbank, and her “brother” has taken care of her ever since. Kai doesn’t know where her ability comes from—or where she came from. All that matters is that she and Reev stay together, and maybe one day move out of the freight container they call home, away from the metal walls of the Labyrinth. Kai’s only friend is Avan, the shopkeeper’s son with the scandalous reputation that both frightens and intrigues her.

Then Reev disappears. When keeping silent and safe means losing him forever, Kai vows to do whatever it takes to find him. She will leave the only home she’s ever known and risk getting caught up in a revolution centuries in the making. But to save Reev, Kai must unravel the threads of her past and face shocking truths about her brother, her friendship with Avan, and her unique power.

Books I Got Last Week:
{For review}
From Netgalley, authors, etc.


Thanks to Entangled Teen for the review copy of Dragons are People, Too. I'm curious about this book. Also, I was sent the new revised edition of What Remains by Helene Dunbar for the blog tour. New cover is so pretty!

To Read This Week:
  
 

I'm still reading Cold Burn of Magic by Jennifer Estep (it's cool) and next up is Crowded by Shaina Cilimberg.  

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And that's it for The Week's Entrée! What are you reading this week? :)

3 comments:

  1. I am having a fangirl moment. I LOVE Korean dramas. They are amazing and they give you all the feels. My most recent favorite is Birth of a Beauty It's about a girl who is overweight and signs up to get a makeover on a tv show, and opts out at the last minute. She's married to this guy who lives in the U.S., who she finds is cheating. Gah, it's so good. Watch it and let me know what you thought! I swooned and cried. Ughh, I just love them so much!

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    1. YEEEESS! I'll go to you for recs from now on. This makes me so so happy!!! Haven't heard about that one since I'm going through all the ones I find on Netflix, but if they don't upload it soon, I'll look for it somewhere else. Sounds amazing and I'm definitely looking for more cries and swoons!

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    2. LOL! I love them. There's another one I really liked when I remember the name. I'll let you know. Hulu is a good place for them as well as dramafever.com, with dramafever you don't need to pay for anything.

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