Divergent, Insurgent, Allegiant by Veronica Roth

IMG_2355I Loved, Loved, Loved this series. I am a little late getting to reading these. The first movie has already been released and I am sad to say that I broke one of my rules and saw the movie before reading the books…. Oops. Anyways I read them all pretty fast because they were so good so I am doing my reviews for them all together. At this point I am sure that most people interested in this series has already read the last book so this review will contain spoilers Read the full post »

Review: Briar Rose by Jane Yolen

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I love fairy tales so when I found this book, (I’m not sure where I found it anymore) I had to buy it. It sat on my shelf for almost a year and I kept thinking I should read this, but then when it came down to picking my reading list it always got shot. So I finally took to reading to and it was so unexpected. Read the full post »

Review: The Summer We Read Gatsby by Danielle Ganek

IMG_2255Summer is finally here and I can finally read all my beach reads that have been sitting on my shelf for quite some time! I picked up this book back in December when it was on sale at Chapters for super cheap.  I had a hard time getting into this novel but once I was in it wasn’t too bad. I loved the Great Gatsby so I was hoping to get a little bit of that in this. Read the full post »

Review: Heart of the Matter by Emily Griffin

IMG_2306I have only read two books by Emily Griffin besides this one, Something Borrowed, and Something Blue. I liked both books, if I were to rate them they would probably receive 3.5 stars. This book was a little different but had the same theme that her other books have which was a little disappointing. I was really excited to read another one of her books but after I started reading a few chapters in, it became all to predictable. Read the full post »

#bookadayuk Week 4

IMG_2307The Borough Press is holding a book a day challenge for the month of June on twitter and I don’t use twitter but I still want to participate in it. Each week I have posted my book a day books right here. It’s a fun little challenge and makes you really think,I’ve had trouble choosing books that were not 85% Harry Potter books, I need o give my other books a chance right? Its already the end and I’m excited to share the last of my #bookadayuk with all of you! Read the full post »

Review: City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare

IMG_2250Holy Cow! I don’t even know what to say other than I was so happy with the end of this series! I started reading the series when my Grandparents bought the box set in 2009. We all really liked it and expected it to be just a trilogy but then came the fourth and I was extremely disappointed with it, I figured that the series should have been left alone. Read the full post »

Review: Splendor by Anna Godbersen

IMG_2273I finished this book last week but I had to let it sit before I started writing my review. I literally finished it within a day, partly because it was easy to read, and partly because I was skipping over Carolinas chapters (sorry but I just can’t stand her) Read the full post »

#bookadayuk Week 3

IMG_2253The Borough Press is holding a book a day challenge for the month of June on twitter and I don’t use twitter but I still want to participate in it. Each week I will post my book a day books right here. Read the full post »

Review: Matilda by Roald Dahl

IMG_2193I read this book way back when I was a child and loved it. I don’t remember how many times I read it and thought it was so funny, I probably saw the movie a few times too. It was great going back and reading this since it has been so long. It was a charming little book and a great protaganous for young girls. I found her cunning, smart (obviously), headstrong, and she likes books! Read the full post »

Review: Envy by Anna Godbersen

IMG_2195Continuing on with this series has been really tough… I know people who have liked the series, but I have to say I do not really like it. I don’t even know what to say about it. I finished it quite quickly since I skim read more than I actually read. I felt the same feelings I had with Rumors, that it was not that interesting and could have been told faster or in fewer books. Read the full post »

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