The Many

August Wrap-Up

Okay okay, I know I missed the past two months for wrap-up’s, but hey, I’m here again now and that’s all that matters, right? Right…? Lol.

I feel like we (meaning us bookworms who do monthly wrap-up’s) say this all the time, but wow! Another month gone by! Phew. I’m not complaining though, now that we’re finally transitioning out of Summer and into Fall, my favourite season! Before I end up rambling on about my excitement for Fall, let’s just get to the wrap-up part. I’ve had such an amazing reading month this August and I couldn’t be happier about it! I read a total of 10 books. I read 4 physical books, and 6 ebooks. Let’s start with the physical books. (more…)


Review: The Many by Nathan Field

The Many by Nathan Field

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My Rating: ★★★☆☆

My Review/thoughts:

If you grew up with a sibling, no matter how much you bantered with each other or “disliked” each other, I think it would be safe to say you’d know if there was anything “off” about them. This was especially the case with Karl. After Karl’s sister—Stacey—comes home from a blind date, he notices something extremely odd about her. Stacey seems cold, distant, and suspiciously nasty. When Karl sees Stacey again after a few months apart, it seems as though everything about Stacey has returned back to normal. But Karl could not have been more wrong. Stacey has turned violent and her mental state has become more concerning. Not being able to take any more of it, Karl seeks out the man Stacey went on a blind date with, believing he has something to do with his sister’s mental state. Karl, however, was none the wiser that he might have just walked right into a trap.  (more…)