Book Review: Holes by Louis Sachar



BookTube has a really big impact on me so I came across this book called Holes by Louis Sachar which is a middle grade book about a boy on a camp in a middle of a dried up lake. They made them dig up holes where thus came the title from. I don’t know at first if I’m going to like it or not because I haven’t read a middle grade book since 2012 so I thought to myself maybe I should give it a try.

This book is introduced to me by Christine Riccio (BookTuber). I didn’t really think that I would’ve hated the book. I have a copy that’s battered and used that I didn’t think that I’d really read it, so instead I listened to an audio book because I’m scared that if I read the book, I would’ve destroyed it. So I just kept it in my container of books.

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Book Review: His Fair Assassin Trilogy by Robin LaFevers


“His Fair Assassin” Trilogy is about the journey of Three Handmaidens of Death; Ismae, Sybella, and Annith. The first book, Grave Mercy, was focused on the political talks and arrangements about the duchess’s safety while the second book Dark Triumph was more of Sybella’s personal story. I love the two books but the complexity, twisted surprises and the betrayals of the Dark Triumph sets me off the edge! It was very exciting and breathtaking, BUT don’t get me wrong, Grave Mercy was exciting and great book in its own way.

The Mortal Heart is about Annith, a convent raised girl and a friend of Ismae and Sybella. Annith has been waiting her whole life wanting to be used as a tool for the glory of Mortain but ALAS! Continue reading Book Review: His Fair Assassin Trilogy by Robin LaFevers

Book Review: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz


This book is about Ari, a boy who struggled getting to know his own self. He was a lonely boy who preferred to be alone with his thoughts. He didn’t want to talk and be bothered. I didn’t think I liked him so much because he was kind of a jerk… or at least, that’s what I think.

He, then, met Dante and they became best friends. They talked a lot and were together a lot of times. Sometimes, there were situations challenging their friendship but they always found a way to solve it.
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Book Review: Burn for Burn by Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian


Burn for Burn by Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian is about three girls getting revenge on three different people they all know. Kat, Mary and Lillian has teamed up to get revenge on Reeve (Rennie’s boyfriend), Alex (Lillian’s sort-of-friend/boyfriend) and Rennie (Lillian’s best friend) . All of them have different reasons, like Kat who wants revenge on Rennie because she has been spreading rumors about Kat. While Lillian is traumatized by what Rennie did and she needs to protect her sister from Alex because she thinks something bad will happen. And lastly, Mary is different now than she was before and she wants revenge on Reeve because she thinks that was he did to her still hurts her very much, she wants to stop it.

This is Karma. Im a bitch. Can you think of anyone who deserves a bitch slap?

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Book Review: Fallen by Lauren Kate


Book: Fallen
Author: Lauren Kate
Series: Fallen, #1
Genre: Young Adult, Romance, Action, Paranormal
Release Date: December 08,2009

Publisher: Delacorte Books

Before anything, I have a handful of horrible books, but Lauren Kate’s Fallen, maybe one of the worst reads i’ve encountered. It was miraculous that I got through this and while it’s that nasty, It has still a little shine upon it.

What if the person you were meant to be with could never be yours?

17-year-old Lucinda falls in love with a gorgeous, intelligent boy, Daniel, at her new school, the grim, foreboding Sword & Cross . . . only to find out that Daniel is a fallen angel, and that they have spent lifetimes finding and losing one another as good & evil forces plot to keep them apart.

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Featured Author: Interview with Amanda Strong

6fvOptbIPutting up another notch on her career, we had the good fortune to interview Amanda Strong, the author of The Awakener from the The Watchers of Men series.

Amanda Strong is a US-based author who started her career in the writing site, Wattpad. She made her break when her published story, The Awakener, garnered a sky-high 430,000 reads in just four weeks. In September 2013, she signed with Clean Teen Publishing for the publication of The Awakener. Her series is a young adult paranormal romance.

Today marks the release of the second book for The Watchers of Men series, Holy and The Fallen. Let’s take a closer look and get to know the genius behind this wonderful creation. Continue reading Featured Author: Interview with Amanda Strong

Book Launch Review: Holy and the Fallen by Amanda Strong

One word, people: AWESOME!

I don’t know about you guys but this series is so good! Who says second books are boring? Wait til you read this.

I really really love this series because it’s light, quick and action packed! I read this book really fast because I didn’t want to put it down. Yes, I sacrificed sleep because who needs sleep when I got Holy and the Fallen? It’s action packed because there are no dull moments. Every scene is important and you need to keep an eye on the details too! It will keep you wanting to turn the pages until you realize you’re reading too much! You know the feeling when you wanted to read one last chapter but ended up reading until the last page? Well, yeah, that happened to me. Continue reading Book Launch Review: Holy and the Fallen by Amanda Strong

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