My Week in a Wrapped #32

SundayPost

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news~ A post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things we have received. Share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.

Not much book stuff again this week ’cause I was luckily approved for a four-day vacation leave from work. Yay! 😀 I spent quality time with the family since I’ve worked most days of my life these past months. We’ve had an overnight swimming in a private resort in Laguna. It was so much fun! I really enjoyed it! 😀 Anyway, I still haven’t finished my review for Danny Dirks and the Heir of Pendragon. Argh. Almost done reading The Younger Gods, but I’ve already started reading The Murder of Adam and Eve. I just can’t believe how I’m doing all of this stuff at the same time and you know what? Scheduling posts is becoming a hobby of mine. Lol! Hey! Time flies. It’s already May and May is my birthday month so to celebrate this, I’m thinking of having a GIVEAWAY for a change. This is going to be my first time so I still need to check the rules for it. I’ll see if I can post it this week so make sure you’ll check back. 😀 Okay. Enough of me. How’s your week? 😀

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Last Week On The Blog

Next Week On The Blog

  • Will check for recent updates for books I want
  • Nyze’s Happy Tummy #6: Breaky Combo
  • Teaser Tuesday #43: The Murder of Adam and Eve
  • Waiting on Wednesday #47: Still checking my Wish List
  • Book Review: Danny Dirks and the Heir of Pendragon
  • Boo Review: The Younger Gods (Hopefully!)
  • Currently Reading│Book Beginning: Still checking my TBR
  • Book Blogger Hop (May 8th – 14th )
  • Weekly Photo Challenge (A new theme)

Currently Reading

Name: The Murder of Adam and Eve
Author:
William Dietrich
Number of Pages:
306 pages in Paperback
Published:
September 25th 2014
by Burrows Publishing
Genre: Adventure, Young Adult, Science-Fiction

Goodreads

In this fast-paced and though-provoking thriller, two teens time-travel to prehistoric Africa to judge whether to save our ancestors: the genetic “Adam” and “Eve” whose descendants will go on to populate the world. When 16-year-old Nick Brynner explores an old fort on a forbidden island for a school history project, he stumbles onto a time wormhole. What follows is a mysteriously deserted village with a prowling sentry that looks like a gargoyle, and narrow escape with the help of fellow teen Eleanor Terrell. The two are hurtled into a grim series of challenges by an alien race called the Xu, which are considering a Reset of human history because of our poor planetary stewardship. If Adam and Eve are murdered, will another couple, or another species, do better? Nick and Ellie are ruthlessly deposited onto the African savanna of fifty thousand years ago, and the hunt is on. The Murder of Adam and Eve is a coming of age story, a love story, a war story, and an environmental fable with a deliberately provocative ending, inspired by such books as “Walkabout,” “Ishmael,” “Lord of the Flies,” and the author’s own “Getting Back.”

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Around the Blogosphere

I want to have this part dedicated to book lovers I’m following 🙂

Newly Owned to Read

No new books this week! 😦 🙂

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Nyze

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10 thoughts on “My Week in a Wrapped #32

  1. Cassava cake looks delish. I love coconut milk in things but it is so fattening, and if I eat sugar I break out. So, dessert is pretty rare for me. It is usually fruit.

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