Why Haven't I Read This Yet? (1)

Yay, new feature!

What this feature is about is that i'm going to show you three books that have come out before 2011 that i've been dying to read but haven't come around to yet, and you're going to vote. This will be twice a month, on tuesdays, and at the end of the month, i'll pick a winner to win a random pick of the books i'll be featuring!

Today we have:

The Faerie Path by Frewin Jones
Goodreads Feburary 1st, 2007 Eos

Swept away into a court of magic and beauty, she
discovers she is Tania, the lost princess of Faerie: the youngest daughter of
Oberon and Titania. Since Tania's mysterious disappearance on the eve of her
wedding five hundred years before, Faerie has been sunk in darkness and gloom.
The courtly Lord Gabriel Drake, who Tania was once to marry, has found her and
brought her back.

With Tania's return, Faerie comes alive again as a
land of winged children, glittering balls, and fantastic delights. But Tania
can't forget Anita's world, or the boy she loved there.

Torn between two
loves and between two worlds, Tania slowly comes to discover why she disappeared
so long ago. She possesses a singular magical ability and she must use it to
stop a sinister plan that threatens the entire world of Faerie.

The Ivy by Lauren Kuze and Rina Onur
Goodreads August 31st, 2010 HarperCollins

Congratulations! You have been admitted to the most
prestigious university in the world. Now what are you going to do?

Callie Andrews may not have money or connections or the right clothes,
and she may have way too many complications in her love life, what with—

Gregory the guy she loves to hate

Evan the guy she'd love to

Clint the guy she'd love to love

and Matt the guy she
really should love

—all vying for her attention.

But she has
three fantastic roommates (best friends or her worst nightmare?) and a wholesome
California-girl reputation (oops) and brains and beauty and big, big dreams.

Will it be enough to help her survive freshman year at Harvard?

This Lullaby by Sarah Dessen
Goodreads March 8th, 2004 Speak

When it comes to relationships, Remy doesn't mess
around. After all, she's learned all there is to know from her mother, who's
currently working on husband number five. But there's something about Dexter
that seems to defy all of Remy's rules. He certainly doesn't seem like Mr.
Right. For some reason, however, Remy just can't seem to shake him. Could it be
that Remy's starting to understand what those love songs are all

Which do YOU choose?

Happy Reading!


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This is hosted by Kristi from The Story Siren!

Came in Mail:
Frost by Marianna Baer

Invincible Summer by Hannah Moskowitz
Like Mandarin by Kristin Hubbard
The DUFF by Kody Keplinger

The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin
Invisible Girl by Mary Halon Stone
Mistwood by Leah Cypress
A Conspiracy of Kings by Megan Whale Turner
Dark Song by Gail Gales
Shut Out by Kody Keplinger
Midnight Palace by Carlos Zafon
Supernaturally by Kiersten White
Perfect Chemistry by Simon Elkeles

BEA books:
too many to list ! (but they're ALL in the video)

What did YOU get? And yes, there will be BEA recap posts coming up this week!
Happy Reading!


A Need So Beautiful by Suzanne Young

Who: Suzanne Young
What: A Need So Beautiful
Where: Harper Teen
When: June 21st, 2011
Why: Author Love
How: For Review

We all want to be remembered. Charlotte's destiny is to
be Forgotten...

Charlotte’s best friend thinks Charlotte might be
psychic. Her boyfriend thinks she’s cheating on him. But Charlotte knows what’s
really wrong: She is one of the Forgotten, a kind of angel on earth, who feels
the Need—a powerful, uncontrollable draw to help someone, usually a stranger.

But Charlotte never wanted this responsibility. What she wants is to
help her best friend, whose life is spiraling out of control. She wants to lie
in her boyfriend's arms forever. But as the Need grows stronger, it begins to
take a dangerous toll on Charlotte. And who she was, is, and will become--her
mark on this earth, her very existence--is in jeopardy of disappearing

Charlotte will be forced to choose: Should she embrace her
fate as a Forgotten, a fate that promises to rip her from the lives of those she
loves forever? Or is she willing to fight against her destiny--no matter how
dark the consequences.

A Need So Beautiful is the story of Charlotte, who is one of the “Forgotten”, forced by a compulsion to help people around her and make the ones she loves forget about her. The more she responds to the need, the more her family and friends forget little things, then big things altogether.

Absolutely stunning. Suzanne Young blends angelic traits and her own amazing ideas to get this fabulous novel about want and need. I couldn’t put the book down! Suzanne has a way of writing that connects everything together sooner or later, as long as you keep reading. And trust me, you will!

Charlotte was a great main character. I felt so heart broken for her and really understood her compulsion to help people in their time of need. Plus, she was funny and so sweet that you couldn’t help not liking her! Her best friend was shallow at times, but that was the point. Who doesn’t have a friend like that? But you love them anyway.

I loved the romance (tried so hard not to mention Harlin until now). I loved how genuine and intense their relationship was, especially since they hadn’t just met over the course of the book, but had been dating for over two years when you start reading. Which, in itself, is pretty rare since when YA girls have boyfriends, the “new boy” comes along, so that was refreshing! Harlin was sweet and caring and definitely a badass with a warm heart. Their relationship flowed perfectly with the story, and one couldn’t have worked without the other.

And yes, I cried at the end, because I’m a sap. And I have no idea how I’m going to wait for A Want So Wicked with an ending like that!

Happy Reading!


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For Review:
Bitter End by Jennifer Brown

Future Imperfect by K. Ryer Breese

Evernight by Claudia Gray
Stargazer by Claudia Gray
Hourglass by Claudia Gray
Afterlife by Claudia Gray

Happy Reading! (Also, I won't be responding to emails or looking at much comments this week since i'll be at BEA but I do have posts planned so no worries about that!)


What Happened To Goodbye by Sarah Dessen

Who: Sarah Dessen
What: What Happened To Goodbye
When: May 10th, 2011
Where: Penguin For Young Readers
Why: Cover & Hype
How: Bought

Since her parents’ bitter divorce, McLean and her dad, a
restaurant consultant, have been on the move-four towns in two years. Estranged
from her mother and her mother’s new family, McLean has followed her dad in
leaving the unhappy past behind. And each new place gives her a chance to try
out a new persona: from cheerleader to drama diva. But now, for the first time,
McLean discovers a desire to stay in one place and just be herself, whoever that
is. Perhaps Dave, the guy next door, can help her find out.

Now, I've only read one Sarah Dessen book (The Truth About Forever) so I'm not as much of a die hard Sarah fan as some people seem to be! I can say right now: I didn't love it, but I really liked it! This is exactly what it is: A Classic Dessen Novel.

What Happened To Goodbye is about a girl named Mclean, who's father's job forces her to move after her parent's divorce, decides to reinvent herself everywhere she does. Until she gets to Lakeview (where all of Dessen's books are set) and meets friends like Riley, Deb, and Dave. There, instead of being Liz or Eliza or Beth, she's just..Mclean, whoever that is. Insert some soul-searching here and you'll got a pretty enjoyable read!

Mclean was someone I could see myself knowing, and getting along with. She got tangled in her own webs sometimes, but she was human, and she just wanted to be happy. She was temperamental and sometimes didn't want to understand, which made her relatable (something Dessen is amazingly good at.) Her relationship with her father was sweet but as with her mother, shaky with good reason. Deb was probably my favorite character, or close to it. She was quirky, sweet, and naive enough that she had me laughing out loud! She was exactly what Mclean needed, reliable and nice!

Dave is probably my favorite so far of Sarah Dessen's boys. He was a kid prodigy that just..wanted to live and have fun. I loved how quirky he was and what a good friend! Their relationship forming was a bit...strange for me, but I believed it enough. I just felt it could've been developed more than it did through the course of the novel. In the end, enjoyable and sweet. Definitely, if you've never read a Dessen book before, this is a prime example of the good stuff you're missing!

Happy Reading!


Top Ten Thursday (Ermm...Tuesday)

Yes, you know I suck at keeping up with the days I want to post things! But Top Ten Tuesday, which is hosted by the awesomely fabulous ladies at Broke and Bookish, had side character has their topic for this week and I wanted to do it!

1. Jules - Die For Me by Amy Plum

If you read my review, you know my love for Jules. He provided some needed comic relief and was downright awesome.

2. Hana - Delirium by Lauren Oliver

Yeah, she got Lena involved in a lot of stupid crap that probably could've been avoided if Lena wasn't a good person. BUT, she was fabulously developed and the story would've have moved the direction it went without her. Best friends are hardy ever relevant to plot unless the main character is getting back-stabbed by them, so I loved it!

3. Kaleb - Hourglass by Myra McEntire

Yeah, this is probably cheating since this book isn't out yet, but HEY, my blog! You already know my love for Kaleb because of my Hourglass post, but he just had to make the list. Funny, charming, and down-right sexy.

4. Raffin - Graceling by Kristin Cashore

Not that I'm biased to all her characters, since that's pretty much my favorite book ever. But Raffin is funny, sweet, and really cares about Katsa. I loved all his experiments, like the potion that cures headache but turns your hair blue!

5. Puck - The Iron Fey Series by Julie Kagawa

Put your spears down ladies, I love Ash. And think he's the only one for Meagan. And that there was never really a love triangle. BUT he was an amazing best friend, even if he made some mistakes along the way, he really cared about Meagan. Besides, he's funny as hell!

6. Grim - The Iron Fey Series by Julie Kagawa

What can I say? Her books are epic. But Grim is exactly what I want in a side character: dry humor when you need it in a story. Also, even if he's a cat who doesn't like showing he cares, he's invested a lot of time in Ash, Puck, and Meagan. He's sweet at heart, deep down in there.

7. Christian - Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead

Oh boy, how you make me smile. He's a side character with such a history and depth to him that I don't know how he couldn't be added to this list!

8. Jenna - Wither by Lauren DeStefano

I can't really explain this one...but Jenna was, out of her and Cecily, that left the most impact on me. She was quiet but she was big hearted.

9. Rhode - Infinite Days by Rebecca Maizel

Okay, I don't consider him a side character since I love him so much but he doesn't really get much face time, so I'm counting him! He only appears in the first 25 pages (which had me at tears) and in memories, but I couldn't resist. I'm definitely more Rhode than I am Justin, that's for sure. He was so loving and willing to do whatever it look to make her happy!

10. Magnus - The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare

Do I really need to explain? Although, I hear we get a lot more of him in COLS (yes, yes, I have NOT read COFA yet...it's staring at me.)

Happy Reading!
Who do you think should also be on here?


Waiting on Wednesday (8)

New York City, 1882.
Seventeen-year-old Natalie Stewart's latest obsession is a painting of the
handsome British Lord Denbury. Something in his striking blue eyes calls to her.
As his incredibly life-like gaze seems to follow her, Natalie gets the uneasy
feeling that details of the painting keep changing...

Jonathan Denbury's
soul is trapped in the gilded painting by dark magic while his possessed body
commits unspeakable crimes in the city slums. He must lure Natalie into the
painting, for only together can they reverse the curse and free his damaged

Who: Leanna Renee Hieber
What: Darker Still (A Magic Most Foul #1)
Where: Sourcebooks Fire
When: November 1st, 2011

This book looks absolutely amazing. The cover is gorgeous, plus it says that it's The Picture Of Dorian Gray meets Pride and Prejudice with a bit of Jekyll and Hyde through in there! All in all, sounds like a fantastic read!

Besides, it's also a debut author for 2011!

Happy Reading!


The Gathering by Kelley Armstrong

Who: Kelley Armstrong
What: The Gathering (Darkest Rising #1)
Where: Harperteen
When: April 12th, 2011
Why: Interest
How: Bought

Sixteen-year-old Maya is just an ordinary teen in an
ordinary town. Sure, she doesn't know much about her background - the only thing
she really has to cling to is an odd paw-print birthmark on her hip - but she
never really put much thought into who her parents were or how she ended up with
her adopted parents in this tiny medical-research community on Vancouver Island.

Until now.

Strange things have been happening in this
claustrophobic town - from the mountain lions that have been approaching Maya to
her best friend's hidden talent for "feeling" out people and situations, to the
sexy new bad boy who makes Maya feel . . . . different. Combine that with a few
unexplained deaths and a mystery involving Maya's biological parents and it's
easy to suspect that this town might have more than its share of skeletons in
its closet.

Not even going to try to give you a little summary, because there's already no way to explain this to you without seeming like a crazy/cheesy person. I loved the idea of a medical research town up in who-knows-where Canada, and what I liked even more? The teens liked it there! So many YA books with the main character boo-hooing about how she has to drive an extra hour to get to a city, etcc (maybe I have no sympathy for them, since I live in a city...), but hey, it's where you live! You should like it! The whole conspiracy theory aspect that automatically blooms when you think of a medical research town really added to the mystery behind what exactly goes on in there!

I loved Maya! She was strong, smart, and spunky enough that she vigour to find out what the hell was going on made the story move forward. I liked how when she made decisions, hasty ones at that (one in specific, if you've read it), and looked back at it to take it down a notch. I also like how she wasn't all "oh, i'm obviously some supernatural creature" when weird things started happening to her, because really? Who does that?

Daniel had to be my favorite character. He was sweet, protective, and really, an awesome best friend. I see a little bit of a love triangle possibly blooming in the second book, but for now, he's a great friend and he and Maya have a natural banter between them that I loved. Really, everyone in the town was entertaining and contributed to Maya's character development in their own way. Rafe, while I roll my eyes at the obvious "bad-boy" thing going on, was flawed enough that I believed him. I liked that he was impulsive and hot-tempered, but still sweet and caring when he wanted to be. Both sides of the spectrum are way too extreme, and he was right in the middle.

One thing I didn't like is the fact that not much gets answered in this first book. I was left with way too many questions, and really, Maya doesn't know a lot of what's going on by the end of the last chapter. While I do like some loose ends, I think we could've unraveled a bit more before ending! Definitely looking forward to book two!

Happy Reading!


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For Review:
Sirensong by Jenna Black
Frost by Wendy Delsol

Where She Went by Gayle Forman
Dead Tossed Waves by Carrie Ryan
What Happened To Goodbye by Sarah Dessen


What did YOU get in your mailbox?
Happy Reading!


Interview with Gayle Forman: If I Stay; Where She Went

Today I have an interview with Gayle Forman, author of If I Stay and Where She Went. Since she was at my indie on Thursday, here are some of the questions the audience and I asked her!

Did you plan to write a sequel to If I Stay from the beginning?

No! I remember leaving If I Stay with Mia and Adam in a hopeful, if not totally solved, position and I was happy with that for a while until I realized...whoa, I'm awful. I had left this with this road ahead of them that would be full of problems and complications so the idea for a sequel just started nagging at my brain. I had been working on a different book at the time, so I brushed it aside and hoped it go away. It didn't. So finally, I sat down and wrote a first draft, thinking that that would put me to piece. But Mia and Adam didn't' want to only be heard by me, they wanted to be let out.

Did you always know what Mia's decision was going to be in If I Stay?

Actually, no. I only knew that the end was going to be Mia’s decision and the book would be her tug-of-war with life and death. Until halfway, I had absolutely no idea. I also didn’t know Adam was going to be so important until I wrote their first date and I was like: “Wow, she really loves him.”

Will there be a third book to Where She Went?

No, I like where I left Mia and Adam in Where She Went. I know a lot of people like trilogies, but that's where they're story ends!

Any advice for aspiring authors?
The usual first: Write. Write. Write. With practice comes experience, and that's exactly what you want. Also GET OUT. Have some life experiences. Write what you want to write, not what you feel you should just because it's a super huge trend at the moment. You want to write a Dystopian? Go ahead. But if you love it and you really loved that book, the reader will be able to tell.

Also, something I found out, read out loud, especially poetry. It really helps.

Happy Reading!


Die For Me by Amy Plum

Who: Amy Plum
What: Die For Me
When: May 10th, 2011
Where: Harperteen
Why: Hype
How: For Review

My life had always been blissfully, wonderfully normal.
But it only took one moment to change everything.

Suddenly, my sister,
Georgia, and I were orphans. We put our lives into storage and moved to Paris to
live with my grandparents. And I knew my shattered heart, my shattered life,
would never feel normal again. Then I met Vincent.

Mysterious, sexy, and
unnervingly charming, Vincent Delacroix appeared out of nowhere and swept me off
my feet. Just like that, I was in danger of losing my heart all over again. But
I was ready to let it happen.

Of course, nothing is ever that easy.
Because Vincent is no normal human. He has a terrifying destiny, one that puts
his life at risk every day. He also has enemies . . . immortal, murderous
enemies who are determined to destroy him and all of his kind.

While I'm
fighting to piece together the remnants of my life, can I risk putting my
heart—as well as my life and my family's—in jeopardy for a chance at love?

This book was such a breath of fresh air! To be honest, I never really wanted to read it that much. The summary seemed interesting, but not enough to grab me. The concept sounded so much like every other book that I just brushed it off. But when it landed unexpectedly on my porch, I decided to give it a chance. And good thing I did!

Die For Me is the story of Kate, who moves to Paris after her parents die to live with her grandparents, along with her sister. Once she gets there though, she meets Vincent and gets sucked into this crazy world of people called Reverents. This is the type of book that makes me not lose faith in Paranormal Romance! The myth and legend that surrounds the Reverents was absolutely amazing and so originally done that I was hooked from the moment everything starts getting revealed. I sympathized with Kate, and was cheering for her the whole way! She was level-headed and most of all, SMART.

My favorite part of this book is a battle between the setting and the side characters. I loved Amy's description of Paris, and it definitely did it justice! I don't remember if she used to live there or lives there now, but she definitely captured the essence as well as the actual places perfectly. And then there are the side-characters. HIS "FAMILY."

Love, love, love. I loved every single one of them, but especially Jules. He was cocky, confident, and so funny that he definitely took over everyone else for my favorite. And I've been informed there'll be more of him in book two, so this makes me infinitely happy! Ambrose was equally amazing, and so were the twins! Georgie, her sister, is kind of a airhead to realistically enough that she was believable. Sometimes, when people are grieving, they do crazy things. Get into that kind of trouble that she did was hers, and it wasn't her fault.

Vincent, I had conflicted feelings with in the beginning, but I ended up just the same as Katie, loving his character. In the beginning, he does seem aloof and distant and makes you want to, you know, pull your hair out with the whole mystery crap. But Plum has a writing sense that really opens up the character to you not at once, but throughout the entire story. That character development really tied the knot for me! Plus, their romance was absolutely adorable.

Happy Reading!


So i'm going to this thing...

I'm sure you've heard by now if you follow me on twitter, but I am attending Book Expo America and Book Blogger Con!

And if you are going, I want to meet you! I'm crazy excited for the events in 2 weeks, and I want to meet all the awesome people that I know from online. So if you want to meet up or anything of the sort, leave a comment!

Here's all the info if you have no idea what I'm talking about:

I'll also be vlogging everyday of that week to give you the highlights and such so be prepared for that!

So let me know :)

Happy Reading!


p.s I won't be posting much this week since I have AP Exams on Thursday and I'm WIGGING out. But I'll try my best :)


⊱ high fantasy is epic; five reasons why

I always feel like we don't have enough High Fantasy out there in the world anymore, which pretty much upsets me. Anything from hard-core fantasy like Tamora Pierce and Lord of the Rings or YA like Graceling by Kristin Cashore, The Thief Series by Megan Whale Turner, and Brightly Woven by Alexandra Bracken. Also TV shows like Legend of the Seeker (which got canceled but is EPIC) and the new Game of Thrones, which i'm obsessed with. Pretty much, those are the only ones I can name off the top of my head. As someone who's novels with almost 95% been High Fantasy, there's something absolutely magical about being the sole creator of everything in that book.

(note: Dystopian is considered a kind of fantasy, since you're making a complete new concept and world but from our own. But for this post's sake, i'm only counting Epic/High Fantasy. But Dystopian is always loved)

So today, i'm going to give you six reasons why High Fantasy is EPIC.

1. It's always something new.
Whether it's hobbits or people with graces, you'll be getting something with High Fantasy that you never have before! While I love paranormal, sometimes all the creatures seem to blend together (until someone epic--Die For Me by Amy Plum in specific--brings me back to it!). Reading HF never gives you that feeling, since it's something different everytime!

2. The world-building.
It will always be amazingly epic. The world is completely created by them, and I think it's amazing to be able to see this entire world full of things we can't and don't recognize. It really adds suspense to the story, since we never know what's over those mountions or at the end of the forest. Sometimes I feel that this is probably the thing that makes HF so daunting for a lot of people. But if done right, of course, jumping into these worlds is so amazing!

3. The journey story
I can tell you right now that if you're looking into a HF book, it's most likely a journey story. The title is kind of self-explanitory, but if you don't know! It's a story that takes place getting from one point to another, from whatever quest/mission/journey you've been entitled too. In Graceling Katsa has to go with Po through all the seven kingdoms to find out who was responsible for kidnapping his grandfather. In Brightly Woven, Sydelle has to go with North to the capital city. Either way, journey stories can be difficult to do, and they always seem to pull it off.

4. The characters
The character in High Fantasy always catch me by surprise. Characters are the beating heart of every story, but I love seeing how characters bend to laws in High Fantasy books. Seeing as how the author has complete control of rules and concept inside their own world, characters always come in with a bit of a chip on their shoulder and I like seeing them overcome that and shatter their kingdoms rules. This is probably what High Fantasy has most in common with Dystopian.

5. The creatures
Really, this is probably one of my favorite parts. All the creatures that the author gets to make up (including the character's powers themselves) are always so original and vivid in my mind that they had to have their own number. One of my favorites was definitely Brightly Woven and North's cape that give him the power they need to get from one side of the continent to the other. High Fantasy has a way of making things you wouldn't find were possible a reality, and I totally applaud them for it.

(also, if you haven't read Graceling OR Brightly Woven, get on that nowz. Also, The Near Witch by Victoria Schwab. I haven't really figured out if it is High Fantasy or not...but i'm pretty sure yes.)

Happy Reading!
p.s the wonky posting this week was brought to you by: AP WORLD HISTORY TEST ON THURSDAY. *dies*


Divergent by Veronica Roth

Who: Veronica Roth
What: Divergent
Where: Harperteen
When: May 3rd, 2011
Why: Hype
How: For Review; ARC

In Beatrice Prior's dystopian Chicago, society is
divided into five factions, each dedicated to the cultivation of a particular
virtue—Candor (the honest), Abnegation (the selfless), Dauntless (the brave),
Amity (the peaceful), and Erudite (the intelligent). On an appointed day of
every year, all sixteen-year-olds must select the faction to which they will
devote the rest of their lives. For Beatrice, the decision is between staying
with her family and being who she really is—she can't have both. So she makes a
choice that surprises everyone, including herself.

During the highly
competitive initiation that follows, Beatrice renames herself Tris and struggles
to determine who her friends really are—and where, exactly, a romance with a
sometimes fascinating, sometimes infuriating boy fits into the life she's
chosen. But Tris also has a secret, one she's kept hidden from everyone because
she's been warned it can mean death. And as she discovers a growing conflict
that threatens to unravel her seemingly perfect society, she also learns that
her secret might help her save those she loves . . . or it might destroy her.

If you like kickass characters, amazing writing, world-building, swoon-worthy romance, and flipping epic dystopian? You should be reading Divergent right now.

I had heard so much hype about Divergent by the time it came in the mail, so I can totally admit I dived into it. It's about a girl named Beatrice who lives in a society where you are separated into 5 different groups based on the personality traits you are--Amity (Peaceful), Candor (Honesty), Abnegation (Selflessness), Erudite (Knowledge) , and finally, Dauntless (badass-ness. Courage!). She's been pressured to choose Abnegation her whole life but when the choice comes, she picks Dauntless instead! The world-building in the story was fantastic and I especially loved all the tests they had to do to pass or fail, plus the general stereotypically of the government that she lives in.

Beatrice was my kind of character. Flawed to the point where she felt absolutely real to me, but not so much that I couldn't stand her. She made mistakes, she was selfish at times, but I'm all for sometimes doing what makes you happy even if it'll break someone else's heart. She's brave as hell, because I wouldn't have enough courage to do all the things she does (I honestly wouldn't even have passed that first test about jumping off the roof!) but she knew what she wanted and knew what she had to do to get it.

I think it's the characters that really do it. Four will make you absolutely swoon, and I loved reading about him and Tris. He was an amazing mentor and teacher, and pushed her when at times, she felt like just giving up. Also, the secondary characters? Get ready to not see any betrayals coming. Some of the people are just downright cruel, and some people you love, will just go breaking your heart. Also, the way she writes? Is just downright amazing. You'll have yourself choosing which faction you are the minute you start reading!

Happy Reading


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This is Hosted by Kristi over at The Story Siren.

For Review:

Vanish by Sophie Jordan

Wildefire by Karsten Knight (Not Pictured)


Forgotten by Cat Patrick

Wake Unto Me by Lisa Cach

Frostbite by Richelle Mead


City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare

Betrayls by Lili St. Crow

The Goddess Test by Aimee Carter

The Red Queen's Daughter by Jacqueline Kolosov

The Gathering by Kelley Armstrong


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