30. sij 2014.

ARC Review: Alienated by Melissa Landers

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Book summary: 
Two years ago, the aliens made contact. Now Cara Sweeney is going to be sharing a bathroom with one of them. 
Handpicked to host the first-ever L’eihr exchange student, Cara thinks her future is set. Not only does she get a free ride to her dream college, she’ll have inside information about the mysterious L’eihrs that every journalist would kill for. Cara’s blog following is about to skyrocket.
Still, Cara isn’t sure what to think when she meets Aelyx. Humans and L’eihrs have nearly identical DNA, but cold, infuriatingly brilliant Aelyx couldn’t seem more alien. She’s certain about one thing, though: no human boy is this good-looking.
But when Cara's classmates get swept up by anti-L'eihr paranoia, Midtown High School suddenly isn't safe anymore. Threatening notes appear in Cara's locker, and a police officer has to escort her and Aelyx to class. 
Cara finds support in the last person she expected. She realizes that Aelyx isn’t just her only friend; she's fallen hard for him. But Aelyx has been hiding the truth about the purpose of his exchange, and its potentially deadly consequences. Soon Cara will be in for the fight of her life—not just for herself and the boy she loves, but for the future of her planet.
          I can freely say that 2014 is a year of great expectations when it comes to YA lit. So many new authors and not to mention the sequels that we're waiting for. Alienated was one on my list and I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this book.

         Because as usual I don't read blurbs I expected this book to be about parallel universes or better said I had movie titled Upside Down in my head, but as soon as I cracked open this book I knew that we'd go the different way and we did. Surprisingly I haven't read that many books about aliens considering how mainstream they are, but I can tell you that this one promises a lot.

        So as usual we have a girl, Cara who is from Earth. She is highly intelligent and outgoing girl. Then there is a boy, Aelyx. He is alien, inhumanly intelligent but cold, because of DNA modifications. Basically on L'eihr the planted he is coming from the normal reproduction is banished and they all get genetically superior features, in almost all sectors, but one - emotional. For them intelligence is main aspect of their society where emotions are leveled to minimum. Once the whole exchange program starts the two of them have to find a way around each other, because they both have greater goals. Cara has to get the money because of their financial  situation and Aelyx must go on with the plan he is sent to do.

      But fear not my friends, this book is much more than girl meats boy and she falls for the boy and after quite some time boy also falls for her. The great thing about this book is the whole world building. The author nicely created the L'eihr and not giving all information at once but piece by piece she manages to keep your attention and makes you turn pages as fast as you can. One thing that surprised me a lot in this book is humor. I laughed a lot and honestly I didn't expect that.

      Only aspect of the story that I was missing, was the whole situation that happened when the first interaction with Earth and L'eihr occurred. Not only out of curiosity but also because it'd help us understand the whole human despise towards the other planted. I do get the reasons, but not the reason they started the exchange program if people were so against it.

      Anyhow I cannot wait for the next book and our trip to L'eihr.

Rating: 4 stars. 

Until the next time,
***NOTE: Copy of this book is kindly provided by the publisher, Disney Hyperion, via NetGalley. Thank you! 
I'm not paid for writing this review - I do it as a love of written word. All opinions are personal. 

29. sij 2014.

Waiting on Wednesday (#80)

You know the story. This is a meme created by Breaking the Spine and every week we pick books we're waiting for. Here are our picks for this week.

Glass' pick

For sixteen years, Daisy has been good. A good daughter, helping out with her autistic younger brother uncomplainingly. A good friend, even when her best friend makes her feel like a third wheel. When her parents announce they’re sending her brother to an institution—without consulting her—Daisy’s furious, and decides the best way to be a good sister is to start being bad. She quits jazz band and orchestra, slacks in school, and falls for bad-boy Dave.

But one person won’t let Daisy forget who she used to be: Irish exchange student and brilliant musician Cal. Does she want the bad boy or the prodigy? Should she side with her parents or protect her brother? How can she know when to hold on and when—and how—to let go?

Expected publication: February 6th, 2014

Tanja's pick

It begins as an assignment for English class: Write a letter to a dead person. Laurel chooses Kurt Cobain because her sister, May, loved him. And he died young, just like May did. Soon, Laurel has a notebook full of letters to people like Janis Joplin, Amy Winehouse, Amelia Earhart, Heath Ledger, and more; though she never gives a single one of them to her teacher. She writes about starting high school, navigating new friendships, falling in love for the first time, learning to live with her splintering family. And, finally, about the abuse she suffered while May was supposed to be looking out for her. Only then, once Laurel has written down the truth about what happened to herself, can she truly begin to accept what happened to May. And only when Laurel has begun to see her sister as the person she was; lovely and amazing and deeply flawed; can she begin to discover her own path.

Expected publication: April 1st, 2014

We'd love to see your picks so feel free to link them up.

Until the next time,

26. sij 2014.

First Frost by Liz DeJesus

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Book summary:
For generations, the Frost family has run the Museum of Magical and Rare Artifacts, handing down guardianship from mother to daughter, always keeping their secrets to “family only.”
Gathered within museum’s walls is a collection dedicated to the Grimm fairy tales and to the rare items the family has acquired: Cinderella’s glass slipper, Snow White’s poisoned apple, the evil queen’s magic mirror, Sleeping Beauty’s enchanted spinning wheel…
Seventeen-year-old Bianca Frost wants none of it, dreaming instead of a career in art or photography or…well, anything except working in the family’s museum. She knows the items in the glass display cases are fakes because, of course, magic doesn’t really exist.
She’s about to find out how wrong she is.
         When I was first asked to read this book, I was a bit skeptical. The reason is that little word that this book carries within - retellings. I'm not a hug fan of these but I decided to give it a try anyhow. It turned out to be a good decision.

         First of with retelling part. Well, I'm not sure how to classify this one but it's different from other retellings I encountered with. Mostly this book is not based on only one fairy tale but it manages to intertwine some of the most famous fairy tales together. But at the same time is has new and unique elements.

        Bianca Frost, our main character in this book is a seventeen-year-old girl who comes from a family that owns a really interesting museum called the Museum of Magical and Rare Artifacts. This museum is full of the fairy tale items like Cinderella's glass slipper, Show White's poisoned apple, the evil queen's magic mirror and much  more. Even though Bianca is used to these items as she has grown up around them still it's hard not to question the possibility that they are real items from the fairy tales, even though she is old enough to believe in that. Until one day she sees unbelievable and soon enough must find what's real and what's fake.

       What I liked the most here is the family relationship between Bianca and her parents. It was wonderful to see how much they care for each other even though magic separated them. Another thing is that while this story has many elements of a fairy tales at the same time it's completely easy to believe in it. Beside the all well known characters I'm happy that we meet some other not so much popular fairy tales and their characters. It was a nice reminder without changing the memories so much. They're still same old twisted and complicated characters.

       One element that truly was surprising was the whole story behind "happily ever after". It's truly interesting how author managed to work around it.

Rating: 4 stars. 

Until the next time,
***NOTE: Copy of this book was kindly provided by the author, Liz DeJesus. Thank you! 
I'm not paid for writing this review - I do it as a lover of written word. All opinions are personal. 

24. sij 2014.

ARC Review: And We Stay by Jenny Hubbard

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Book summary:
When high school senior Paul Wagoner walks into his school library with a stolen gun, he threatens his girlfriend Emily Beam, then takes his own life. In the wake of the tragedy, an angry and guilt-ridden Emily is shipped off to boarding school in Amherst, Massachusetts, where she encounters a ghostly presence who shares her name. The spirit of Emily Dickinson and two quirky girls offer helping hands, but it is up to Emily to heal her own damaged self.
This inventive story, told in verse and in prose, paints the aftermath of tragedy as a landscape where there is good behind the bad, hope inside the despair, and springtime under the snow.
        The first thing I learned about this book was it had some parts of it written in verse and as soon as I heard it also has some connections to Emily Dickinson and that it deals with emotional issues - basically it sounds like a perfect read for me. So I grabbed a chance to read it. Luckily I got approved for it, but sadly I expected too much.

         Firstly, I must say that I really enjoy books written in verse so I hoped I'd enjoy this one for that but things weren't that great. Our main character here Emily (Beam, not Dickinson) is a girl that's been though huge trauma. Her boyfriend killed himself in front of her. Emily is angry at him and also feels guilty for that so her parents decide it's best for her to change the school. They send her to Amherst, a place where Emily Dickinson is from. Soon enough our Emily finds inspiration and tries to deal with guilt and her songs and writings help her deal with everything in her life.

         The biggest problem for me in this book was point of view. I don't mind third person narrative in general but when a book is dealing with tough and emotional issues I don't think it's a right fit. For that reason it was hard for me to connect with Emily. I did understand her suffering and pain but sometimes it was hard to understand her actions and behavior.

         Don't get me wrong the writing was beautiful and the words are crafted nicely and each was on the right place but it wasn't meant for this type of story. Sadly, it was the reason that kept me away from this book and that made me struggle with it.

Rating: 3 stars.

Until the next time,
***NOTE: Copy of this book was kindly provided by the publisher, Random House Children's, via NetGalley. Thank you! 
I'm not paid for writing this review - I do it as a lover of written word. All opinions are personal.

23. sij 2014.

Blog tour: Escape from Eden by Elisa Nader

Hey all! Today Escape from Eden stops here. So check out my review and the giveaway and don't forget to check the rest of the tour!
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(This book is currently on sale so you can get it for 1.99 on Amazon till Jan 31st so hurry)

Book summary: 
Since the age of ten, Mia has lived under the iron fist of the fundamentalist preacher who lured her mother away to join his fanatical family of followers. In Edenton, a supposed “Garden of Eden” deep in the South American jungle, everyone follows the Reverend’s strict but arbitrary rules—even the mandate of whom they can marry. Now sixteen, Mia dreams of slipping away from the armed guards who keep the faithful in, and the curious out. When the rebellious and sexy Gabriel, a new boy, arrives with his family, Mia sees a chance to escape. 
But the scandalous secrets the two discover beyond the compound’s façade are more shocking than anything they ever imagined. While Gabriel has his own terrible secrets, he and Mia bond together, more than friends and freedom fighters. But is there time to think of each other as they race to stop the Reverend’s paranoid plan to free his flock from the corrupt world? Can two teenagers crush a criminal mastermind? And who will die in the fight to save the ones they love from a madman who’s only concerned about his own secrets?
         Recently while reviewing The Almost Girl I talked about dystopian books becoming realistic and how that scares me. Well, let me tell you this one was truly easy to believe in. You might not think the same but who knows what's happening in those wild parts of the world.

        Anyhow back to start. So this book is about Edanton, a place in South American jungle where people are supposed to experience "Garden of Eden" and by that they are given set of strict rules which they must follow. The work for the community and have strictly enclosed space they are kept in. Mia, a girl who's been part of this program since age of ten is starting the question the system and the idea of it. When a mysterious boy Gabriel shows up he finds that the truth is far from what they've been presented. When she sees what in reality they're there to do she cannot do anything different but fight and try to find a way out.

       All that with greatly pictured idea of people who are used basically as slaves with the shocking ways of controlling the minds. It was hard not to imagine this all in the wilds of Amazon forest and the whole corruption which seems too real.

      What I really liked in this story are unexpected twist which moved the story the right way and which kept the pace and you never knew what's happening next. That and the romance was enough to make me love this story with the addition of realty of the story.

       All in all, it's just everything I could ask for in dystopian story.

Rating: 4.5 stars.

About the author

Hi. I’m Elisa. I like cheese and reading and TV show marathons. Writing is scary, but not as scary as, say, Civil War amputations. I’m an Aquarius. Uh… let’s see… I’m not very good at writing my own biography. Or autobiography. I guess this is reading more like a slightly incoherent personal ad.



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Until the next time,

22. sij 2014.

Waiting on Wednesday (#79)

You know the story. This is a meme created by Breaking the Spine and every week we pick books we're waiting for. Here are our picks for this week.

Glass' pick

Never was there a tale of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo…But true love never dies. Though they’re parted by the veil between the world of mortals and the land of the dead, Romeo believes he can restore Juliet to life, but he’ll have to travel to the underworld with a thoroughly infuriating guide.

Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, may not have inherited his father’s crown, but the murdered king left his son a much more important responsibility—a portal to the Afterjord, where the souls of the dead reside. When the determined Romeo asks for help traversing the treacherous Afterjord, Hamlet sees an opportunity for adventure, and the chance to avenge his father’s death.

In an underworld filled with leviathan monsters, ghoulish shades, fire giants and fierce Valkyrie warriors, Hamlet and Romeo must battle their way through jealousy, despair, and their darkest fears to rescue the fair damsel. Yet finding Juliet is only the beginning, and the Afterjord doesn’t surrender souls without a price…

Expected publication: February 4th, 2014

Tanja's pick

A stunning, magical debut. An international sensation.

In modern-day England, witches live alongside humans: White witches, who are good; Black witches, who are evil; and fifteen-year-old Nathan, who is both. Nathan’s father is the world’s most powerful and cruel Black witch, and his mother is dead. He is hunted from all sides. Trapped in a cage, beaten and handcuffed, Nathan must escape before his sixteenth birthday, at which point he will receive three gifts from his father and come into his own as a witch—or else he will die. But how can Nathan find his father when his every action is tracked, when there is no one safe to trust—not even family, not even the girl he loves?

In the tradition of Patrick Ness and Markus Zusak, Half Bad is a gripping tale of alienation and the indomitable will to survive, a story that will grab hold of you and not let go until the very last page.

Expected publication: March 4th, 2014

We'd love to see your picks so feel free to link them up.

Until the next time,

21. sij 2014.

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Things On My Reading Wishlist

Hello darlings. It's Tuesday and as always it's time for Top Ten Tuesday. So this week the task is pretty interesting and it's about things that are on my reading wishlist aka things I'd love to see in YA. I don't think I'll find ten, but let's try.

1. YA set in Victorian time or if you want me to paraphrase it - Pride and Prejudice in YA. But not retelling of P&P. I'm complicated as that. Basically I'd love too see teens in that period and their views. I guess there are books like this around but I have never got to read any.

2. Villains with well developed ideas. Basically if you have seen Thor or Avengers then it's Loki. I love his character and the deepness he has. It's so easy to believe him so I guess that's why he has an army (that and Tom Hiddleston - off topic)

3. Parents kicking-asses side by side with their kids. Now that would be amazing. Usually it's only teens, but why not include parents.

4. Sad and shocking stories about tough issues (depression, anxiety, etc) but with realistic and sad endings. I mean it's all nice and lovely but this kind shocks more than anything. I've read one or two of these but I'd love to see more (I'm kinda of cheating).

5. Strong characters who know how to let go off persons who hurt them. But without going back to them, but truly letting go.

6. Relationship is not everything in life. I do love nice romance and it's okay, but not to be center of your universe and universe itself.

7. YA book set on desert island. I have no idea why (I guess it's due to Lord of the Flies). Basically their transformation and adaptation.

8. Trafficking. I did read few books about this but characters are mostly older, when in reality teens disappear everyday.

9. Serial-killers. I can already picture a teen who is a serial-killer and being psychopath and crazy (I blame it on Criminal Minds).

10. I shall say something nice at the end, or you'll think I have twisted mind. So friendship or the bond between two characters which is bigger than any family tie.

Oh I made it to ten. I didn't know I'd do it. Anyhow I'd love to your ideas. Feel free to link them in comments below.

Until the next time,

19. sij 2014.

Showcase Sunday (#9)

We should do these more often. Anyhow hello everyone. It's been a while since we shared some of our goodies with you, so it's time for another Showcase Sunday. As both of us are busy with different sorts of things we didn't get that much books but we did got some though. So shall we start.

Tanja's haul 

This time I won't start it with books because there is something that made my year so far. So I've got my own Kindle! Yap, only mine. You have no idea how happy I'm, considering my birthday is in three days it's a perfect timing. 
And special thanks go to my friend Lela! You rock, girl! ;)

Now onto books...
The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak (won at Alice Marvels! Thank you Lauren)
Pale Goods by Kim Paffenroth (won at Bookish! Thank you Evie)
Eon by Alison Goodman (bought)
The Sky is Everywhere by Jenny Nelson (bought)

In case you haven't don't forget to check awesomebooks.com! They have amazing deals and in fact the last two books are from that site!

Also some ebooks
The Here and Now by Ann Brashades 
And We Stay by Jenny Hubbard 
First Frost and Glass Frost by Liz DeJesus 
Thank you Liz DeJesus and Random House Children's!

Last but not least I've got this amazing swag from the author Teri Brown. Thank you so much. I cannot wait to read Born of Illusion

Glass' haul
How to Meet Boys by Catherine Clark 
Side Effect May Vary by Julie Murphy
We Were Liars by E. Lockhart
17 First Kisses by Rachel Allen
Thank you: Balzer + Bray, Random House Children's and HarperTeen!

So that's it for now. Until the next time,

17. sij 2014.

Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell

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My rating: 5++

Book summary:
It's 1986 and two star-crossed teens are smart enough to know that first love almost never lasts, but brave and desperate enough to try. When Eleanor meets Park, you'll remember your own first love--and just how hard it pulled you under.

 A cross between the iconic '80s movie Sixteen Candles and the classic coming-of-age novel Looking for Alaska, Eleanor & Park is a brilliantly written young adult novel."

 "I want everyone to meet you. You're my favorite person of all time."
      Yes, I want everyone to meet this beautiful book. Everyone! After I finished reading Fangirl, I had to get my hands on all books written by Rainbow Rowell. I've started Eleanor and Park the very next morning. If you'd ask me which one of this two I like more, I wouldn't know what to tell you. Both of them have that special something, fairy dust all of our favorite books sprinkle all around them.

      This novel is completely different from Fangirl. That is a good thing in my world. I don't like authors who are constantly writing books with similar characters and story. If you had read one, it's as if you read them all. Rainbow Rowell is not one of those authors (I'm reading Attachments currently and it is whole other category, I'm even wondering if it's written by the same person).

      I absolutely adore setting of Eleanor & Park - everything happens in 1986. - and don't even let me start with the music: The Smiths, The Joy Division, U2... Walkmens! Yes, I used to have one of those. Making mixtapes was a big deal and it took a lot of time. I still have few tapes somewhere in the apartment.

     But the most captivating part of this story are main characters, Eleanor - overweight and awkward new girl, and Park - part Korean and part Irish boy with great music taste.
 “What are the chances you’d ever meet someone like that? he wondered. Someone you could love forever, someone who would forever love you back? And what did you do when that person was born half a world away? The math seemed impossible.”
      This is not a story about a boy and a girl who fall in love at a first sight. This is not a story about fat girl who fights a social stereotypes in her school and in the end changes the way everyone thinks about her. But also, Eleanor & Park is not another story about bulling. Not completely. Main focus is somewhere else and it is so honest and real. Eleanor has some issues with the way she looks but she still knows what she wants, who she is and she doesn't try to fit in. She just is. Park is fighting with his identity - being Korean is what defines him where ever he goes, but he doesn't even know what does it mean to be Korean. Along with family problems, great music and epic make out sessions, this novel will keep you on the edge until the very end. I really hope that Rainbow Rowell won't get into the all too familiar trap of writing sequels. This story should stay just the way it is and she should write new stories.

     Eleanor & Park goes just after Fangirl on the list of my favorites. Thank you, Rainbow, for giving us your stories.

 Happy reading,

15. sij 2014.

Savor by Kate Evangelista

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Book summary: 
Mature and explicit content. Not recommended for readers below 18-years-old. Yup, you've got to be that old to read my story. Consider yourself warned.
I’m Dakota Collins, a tough talking, eye patch wearing, workaholic photography student. Why am I important? Well, maybe because I get to spend an entire month with Vicious, only the sickest indie rock band out there.
You see, I needed a subject for my Spring Showcase introspective in order to graduate. During a chance encounter at a club I’d been sent to cover for the Daily Gossip, our ironically named college paper, the features writer I usually teamed up with introduced me to the band—by accident, I might add. It involved a run in with a scary, bald bodyguard. Anyway, long story short, I signed a contract to take pictures of Vicious.
I should have known their handsome yet way too serious for his own good bassist, Luka Visraya, wouldn't be able to keep his hands to himself. He’s gorgeous and all, but the way he smiles spelled trouble with a capital L. I’m in for a long month with him around.
Crazy shit happens and then some. So, if you want the skinny on Vicious and the events revolving around my stay at Lunar Manor, read my story.
Again, refer to the warning above.
          First of I shall start with the cover. Kate Evangelista's books never fail when it comes to the covers. All that I've seen and read had this amazing art on them. But for me the best thing is that they're always connected to the story itself. So, yes this beautiful dress appears in the story.

         But we'll get to that. At the start we meet Dakota our main character in this story. She is a photography student who has a great eye for a photography and extraordinary talent, but she manages that with one eye only as she always wears eye patch. Once for the project she must do for her school newspaper, she gets to take photos of Vicious, the band that's been on the top of every music chart. When she sees the potential she never fails to chase it. So she decided to go all in and ask them to be her models for her final school project, with that she knows if she goes thing rightly, many doors will open for her. Once she gets them to accept her offer she finds her self in different world one that she doesn't know much about. Only how far will she go and how much is she willing to sacrifice.

         Firstly Dakota is a character that I grew to admire through this book. She is independent, strong-willed young woman who takes care of herself. Well until she meats Luka, the bassist of Vicious who is hard to resist I must say. He is a rockstar so what else do I have to say. It was great to see how conflicted the two of them were and how Luka was more complicated than you'd thought. Secondly you already get an excerpt of the writing from the blurb and I must say it fits Dakota's character fully.

        There are some things that made me gave this book fours star even though it was truly addicting. Mostly this is the was Ms Evangelista always works with her series and that's it doesn't offer you answers. Not all of them for the matter. You're usually left with many unanswered questions at the end. I'm used to it, to some extend. From one point it's great cause it makes you want more, but then again agony is an old friend of mine who I still haven't grown to love.

         Now, I'm eagerly waiting for more.

Rating: 4 stars. 

In case you're in need for the second opinion you can check Glass' review for this book. Head over to Way Too Hot Books

Until the next time,
***NOTE: Copy of this book was kindly provided by the author, Kate Evangelista. Thank you! 
I'm not paid for writing this review - I do it as a lover of written word. All opinions are personal. 

Waiting on Wednesday (#78)

You know the story. This is a meme created by Breaking the Spine and every week we pick books we're waiting for. Here are our picks for this week.

Glass' pick

The past will always find you.

Jos Archer was the girl with the perfect life; until the night it all came crashing down around her. Now, nine months later, she still hasn't begun to pick up the pieces. Even transferring to a new college and living under the watchful eye of her older sister, Renee, isn't enough to help her feel normal again.

And then she meets Dusty Sharp. For reasons Jos can't begin to fathom, the newly reformed campus bad boy seems determined to draw her out of her shell. And if she's not careful, his knowing green eyes and wicked smile will make her feel things she's no longer sure she deserves.

But even as Dusty coaxes Jos to open up about the past, he's hiding secrets of his own. Secrets about the night her old life fell apart. When the truth is finally revealed, will it bring them closer together;or tear them apart for good?

Expected publication: January 28th, 2014

Tanja's pick

Ember Miller and Chase Jennings are ready to stop running. After weeks spent in hiding as two of the Bureau of Reformation’s most wanted criminals, they have finally arrived at the safe house, where they hope to live a peaceful and quiet existence—but all that’s left is smoking ruins.

Devastated by the demolition of their last hope, Ember and Chase follow the one thing left to them—tracks leading away from the wreckage. The only sign that there may have been survivors.

Because of their high profiles, they know they can’t stay out in the open for long. They take shelter in the wilderness and amid the ruins of abandoned cities as they follow the tracks down the coast, eventually finding refugees from the destroyed safe house. Among them is someone from Chase’s past—someone he thought he’d never see again.

Banding together, they search for a place to hide, aiming for a settlement a few of them have heard about… a settlement that is rumored to house the nebulous organization known as Three. The very group that has provided Ember with a tiny ray of hope ever since she was first forced on the run.

Three is responsible for the huge network of underground safe houses and resistance groups across the country. And they may offer Ember her only chance to tell the world her story—and to fight back.

Expected publication: February 11th, 2014

We'd love to see your picks so feel free to link them up.

Until the next time,

14. sij 2014.

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten 2014 Debuts I'm Excited For

Hello all. It's another Tuesday and that means another TTT post. It's as always a meme created by girls at The Broke and the Bookish and our topic for today is top ten 2014 debuts. I don't have ten, as I'm still discovering all the books that are about to come out, but here are some:

As always I'd love to see your picks so leave your links in comments below.

Until the next time,


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