November 2017 Wrap Up

November 2017 Wrap Up

(A/N: This is a side note I wrote this in December but my site was being fixed and I couldn’t upload it so here it is now.)

Hello readers!!!!! That was an absurd amount of exclamation points,  I am back with my first ever wrap up.  Yay!!! So let’s get started I’m pretty proud of myself for November mostly because I was busy this month with life.  In the month of November, I read four books and I even threw a kinda new release into that mix that’s good. Now for the books I read:


  1. Borderline by Mishell Baker,  I’d say this book was pretty good. It was a bit slow and info-dumpy in the beginning but it’s the first book to a trilogy so it has to have that info dumpiness so you can understand the world in the rest of the books.  I’d give Borderline a solid 86%, a B.
  2. Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Now for those of you who follow me on Goodreads and are sitting here thinking you started the book in early October and you finished it on November 13, WHY DID THIS TAKE YOU SO LONG TO READ!?!?!? I was reading this for school with my English Honors class so we would read it a little bit every day and the book took awhile to get through naturally.  I would give Romeo and Juliet an 82%, a B- on the rating scale.  Which is very good for a classic on my rating scale.
  3. The Ship of the Dead by Rick Riordan Here is the new release for this month.  Now I feel super conflicted about this book because one side of me is saying he’s one of your favorite authors you love his work and you should give it at least 4 stars and the other side is saying but this book was’t that great and I’m not going to get into this too much right now because I’m going to make a separate post about my current feelings about Rick’s work compared to my feelings now but all I’m going to say is this book ranks really low on the Rickverse scale for me and I’m going to give it a 79%, C+.
  4. The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith,  This is the only book that ranked in the 90s for me.  I really enjoyed this book and it was actually super short which I was happy about because I flew through it.  I give this book a 95%, A.

That’s it for now, make sure to comment and share if you liked this post.  Also, what do you think of my new site layout?  I love it it’s so pretty now!!

Stay sweet,

Scoop Girl

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