The best way for me to enjoy a book is by sitting in a comfy chair, with soft blankets, and a steaming cup of joe . This is my lazy mood, but that doesn’t mean I can’t tackle some serious pages while I’m at it.
Soon, I’ve realized that I was going through 15 or sometimes over 20 books a month. Conquering many pages with a laid back attitude.
Thus, lazybookconqueror was born.
This is is a space dedicated to easy going reading, where I get to share my passion for the written word, reviews, bookish news, teasers and releases, interviews, giveaways and so much more.
If you want to reach me feel free to send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. However, I’m not accepting review requests at this time.
Here’s a toast to finding your passion, discovering the sword and slaying the dragon, to magical worlds, and for conquering (albeit lazily) one book at a time.@lazybookconqueror
My Rating System ⭐:
⭐ – 1 star: DNF’d or really didn’t enjoy it at all. Too many central problems.
⭐⭐ – 2 stars: Struggled to finish. I probably enjoyed a few parts and my hopeful side made me see through it to the end. But it possibly left me very frustrated. I had high hopes for you and you let me down, sir.
⭐⭐⭐ – 3 stars: A solid read. That’s it. It’s a good book. I enjoyed it and would probably recommend it, it just dind’t rock my world.
⭐⭐⭐⭐ – 4 stars: Some world-rocking happened here. I loved this story, it’s nearly perfect. But I probably have a pet peeve with something in the plot, my brain is telling me that overall this is amazing, just that tiny bit extra was missing. A great book that I definitely recommend.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ – 5: This is the book to rule all books. I loved it, I will talk about it and obsess over it until I annoy everyone around me. I’ll become a book pusher and gift it to all my friends and then stalk them to see what chapter they are on. This is how good this book is.