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Cattereia

Cynically Sweet (Booklikes)

I'm not the most active user here on Booklikes. In fact, sometimes I forget that it even exists. However, I endeavor to come back and post more stuff that I enjoy.

My reviews aren't guaranteed to be something you agree with and my perspective on books isn't something most people generally want. However, I still hope that there's something you can gain from them and you don't feel as if you've wasted your time reading them.

 

Don't just take my word for it; read the books yourself and form your own opinion!

Currently reading

The Beekeeper's Secret
Josephine Moon
Freaks I've Met
Donald Jans
Flood of Fire
Amitav Ghosh
Kitchen Addiction!
Lizz Lund
#1 Bundle of Fun - Humorous Cozy Mysteries - Funny Adventures of Mina Kitchen - with Recipes (FREE April 28--May 2!): Kitchen Addiction! + Christmas Bizarre ... Kitchen Cozy Mystery Series - Bundle 1)
Lizz Lund
Dead to the Max
Jasmine Haynes
The Street Philosopher
Matthew Plampin
The Lovely Harbor (Matt Ransom 4)
Bobby Underwood
JUST DESSERTS: a romance novella you won't want to put down
Emma Bennet
The Writing Circle (Voice)
Corinne Demas

Children Books: Drago the Dragon (Children Story Books: Early Beginner Readers Fiction Books Bedtime Stories Collection): Kids Books - Bedtime Stories ... (Fun Time Series for Beginning Readers)

Children Books: Drago the Dragon (Children Story Books: Early Beginner Readers Fiction Books Bedtime Stories Collection): Kids Books - Bedtime Stories ... (Fun Time Series for Beginning Readers) - Uncle Amon Drago the Dragon by Uncle Amon is a short book, filled with short stories about Drago and his human best friend Emily. The book tries to guide children using the morals that they learn from the book. It also has activities and jokes.

Overall, it's a sweet book. The stories are great for kids and hopefully they'll learn something as well! I really liked how Emily stood by Drago through thick and thin. She's a very sweet girl. I also like how Drago was a very nice dragon; he really did mean well.