TITLE: TimekeeperAUTHOR: Alexandra MonirSERIES: TimelessSYNOPSIS: When Philip Walker appears as a new student in Michele Windsor’s high school class, she is floored. He is the love she thought she lost forever when they said goodbye during her time travels last century. Overjoyed that they can resume the relationship they had a lifetime ago, Michele eagerly approaches him and discovers the unthinkable: he doesn’t remember her. In fact, he doesn’t seem to remember anything about the Philip Walker of 1910.Michele then finds her father’s journals, which tell stories of […]
A new year brings new challenges in reading. Currently I have joined three challenges to complete by the end of 2013, (that is if the world doesn’t end in 2012). They are, drum-roll please…2013 Dystopia Reading ChallengeI think the title is self explanatory.I also did a post on this which you can find at 2013 Dystopia Book Challenge.2013 SARC (Stand Alone Reading Challenge)Goal: to read a certain number of books that are not part of a series.2013 Paranormal Reading ChallengeGoal: Read and review books about certain paranormal creatures every […]
This week I have been really busy in school so I didn’t have that much time to go the library to get that many books. 🙁 Oh well, it should be better next week. Anyways the two books I got were…The InnocentsLili PeloquinAnd in celebration of the new movie…Life of PiYann MartelThat’s it for this week. Hopefully it’ll be better next week!
Review: From the first page, I was at the mercy of the book. It captured me in a way that not many books have. Grave Mercy starts off in a way, that by the first page, there was already a couple of questions swirling around my head. Questions made me want to keep reading. I wasn’t satisfied until I finished the book. By then, I was already looking forward to the next book, Dark Triumph. From the very beginning it was obvious that Grave Mercy […]
Yippee! Today is the first Sunday of December! How can time have gone by that fast? One more month until 2013, that is if the end of the world doesn’t happen first…Anyways, I got a few more books this week than the last two :). All of them came from the library (except for two very special e-books).PERCEPTIONKim HarringtonDELIRIUMLauren OliverHARMONIC FEEDBACKTara KellyAnd the two e-books I got from the authors are…REMEMBRANCEMichelle Madow&REVIVING BLOOMMichelle TurnerThat’s it for this week, although I was expecting some packages in […]
It’s not that surprising that I only got two books this week, it being Thanksgiving week and all…But the two books that I did get are really good ones. Plus I still have to finish reading books from last week…CLARITYKim Harrington&REACHEDAlly CondieThat’s it for this week. Feel free to leave the URL to your IMM’s in the comments, I need new books to read…
“Review”: I’m going to tell you right now that I started writing this post with every intention of reviewing Nevermore like I would any other book. That being said, it has kind of turned into a rant of how the Maximum Ride series has been going downhill with every book with bonus bits and pieces of a review. ? Do you know the feeling when the moment you have been waiting for over a year happens? That feeling has had a lot of time to […]
This year I have a lot to be thankful. A lot of the things revolve around books and the people who take the time to visit my blog. I decided to make a list of blog-related things that I am thankful for this year.For the more experienced bloggers who have a page for tips, tricks, or tutorials on their blog.For the people who take the time to visit my blog.For the people who take the time to not only visit my blog, but also to comment on […]
This week is a bit of a slow week. Which I guess in a sense is good, since I received a ton of great books last week and I tend to read faster than I write reviews. Anyways, this week I got:FORGOTTENCat PatrickGRAVE MERCYRobin LaFevers&DON’T TURN AROUNDMichelle GagnonThat’s it! Next week should be even more interesting with Thanksgiving and everything… (Libraries are closed on holidays).
Get More: Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Jamie Campbell Bower, Movie Trailers, Movies Blog“Clary Fray is a Shadowhunter — a member of a secret society of demon hunters. Take that fraught premise and toss in some vampires, werewolves, warlocks, faeries, and a teenage love triangle, and you’ve got the general idea. With a movie version of the series in the works, now’s the time to jump on the bandwagon. Start with City of Bones and prepare to be hooked!” — Entertainment WeeklyTITLE: City of BonesAUTHOR: Cassandra ClareSERIES: The […]