Weekly Wrap-Up

This wrap-up is for the week of March 6th- March 12th. I read 10 books which brings my yearly reading total to 92 books. These books totaled 2,249 pages.

Gustav Gloom and the Four Terrors and Gustav Gloom and the Cryptic Carousel By: Adam-Troy Castro

I gave them both 3 stars. This is book 3 and 4 in the series. The girl who has befriended Gustav continue their adventures in the series. They are now looking for his father and getting into trouble.

A Rover’s Story By: Jasmine Warga

I gave this book 4 stars. Cute way to tell children how the space rover’s work. A little girl whose mother works for NASA is one of the workers. The girl writes letters to this rover and expresses her feelings during the whole process.

Death By the Dozen By: Jenn McKinlay

I gave this book 4 stars. Mel and Angie sign up for a baking challenge. It will give the winner publicity and $10,000. There is a secret ingredient for every challenge, and they have to bake something with that ingredient. Along the way there is a death and almost a death. What is happening and why?

Nocturne By: Alyssa Wees

I gave this book 3 stars. I have a review for this book. Here is the link. https://debbiesreadingcorner.com/2023/03/09/nocturne-book-review/

The Defeat of Imperial Germany By: Rod Paschall

I gave this book 4 stars. This is how the Allies defeated Germany in the first world war. Could get boring in parts but history does that sometimes. Not too many books on this war.

Defiant Brides By: Nancy Rubin Stuart

I gave this book 4 stars. Short stories of some of the revolutionary wives of the men who were in the war.

Big Mushy Happy Lump By: Sarah Andersen

I gave this book 3 stars. I thought the book was just ok. I know some people really like this series. I am ok with it and there are some fun panels in the book.

Gustav Gloom and the Inn of Shadows By: Adam-Troy Castro

I gave this book 3 stars. Book 5 in this 6-book series. More adventures and this time they go to an inn of shadows to search for their families.

Adulthood is a Myth By: Sarah Andersen

I gave this book 3 stars. I also realized while reading this book that I read them out of order. Maybe that is why I really have enjoyed them that much. I did start to enjoy the artwork and the reason why they were written.

That is the 10 books I read last week. Have you read any of them and what did you think of them if you have? Do you agree or disagree with my ratings? Let’s chat in the comments below. Until next time, keep reading.

Published by debbierpayne

Mother of six and Grandmother of 7. I enjoy reading, sewing, cooking, and crocheting. I am an active member of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

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