30 June 2013

Debut-a-Thon Day 4 + Challenge #4

Day 4!
I can't believe it's the last day already! This read-a-thon has gone by way too fast. I'm rather ashamed to say that I didn't read very much yesterday. I think I read about three chapters of Angelfall. I have a good excuse though, and that is I decided to get sunburnt and drunk with the rest of my village since there were festivities happening. Now I'm currently hoping I won't have to nurse a hangover.

Challenge #4
For your fourth and final challenge (ikr? *sobs*), you are required to SOLVE THAT DEBUT. Unsure what that means? Me too. 
Basically the idea is to figure out which debuts I'm talking about from my ridiculous descriptions. Hopefully it shouldn't be too hard, but I am still slightly drunk right now so... I'm unsure.

Once again, please don't put your answers in the #debutathon hashtag, because that's annoying and it spoils other people. Don't spoil anyone, don't look at other people's posts and cheat, and don't put the link to your answers in the form below. Put the link in the comment section!

If you complete this challenge, then you'll be entered to win two signed bookmarks. One is for Bot Wars by J. V. Kade, and the second is for Altered by Jennifer Rush. And yes, they are the same person. It's open internationally, and you have to be a participate of the debut-a-thon to enter. Good luck! Don't forget you can check out the list on Goodreads if you need some help. All the titles are on there!

1. A girl with an annoyingly infamous mother is one of a kind at a boarding school for magical folk. Can she solve a murder and set herself apart from her mother?

2. A young orphan decides to investigate some murders that are happening within her magical city. Are they the work of assassins, or something far worse? Also, will Amber ever be over her cat ship?

3. Two courageous sisters have to survive in a world that has been destroyed by aliens. Their special bond is what gets them through, until they are "rescued" and taken to a town full of other survivors. They soon discover that the town really is too good to be true.

4. A family are on the run for reasons unknown to the protagonist. Can she discover the reasons behind all this special treatment before the past catches up with her?

5. A thirteen year old girl returns home after a trip to camp, only to discover that she's been missing for three years and has no recollection of what happened to her.
Fill in the form to share your updates for Day 2!
Whether you're doing daily update posts, or you're just putting all your updates in one post (like I am), you can link your Day 4 post in this form. If you're updating via Twitter or Facebook, please only link to one tweet/post per day (a summary tweet, for example), otherwise things will get crazy. Don't put your challenge answers in this form!

29 June 2013

Interview + Giveaway: Jennifer Rush, Author of Altered

Well, here I am, talking about Altered again. Are you readers sick of me yet? Seriously, I've been raving about this book since January. I have trouble moving on, obviously. 

Anyway, here I am today with Jennifer Rush, who kindly agreed to answer my questions about the book and the writing process, as well as speaking a bit about the amount of sexy time between Anna and Sam. Wait, I mean KISSY SCENES. Not sexy time. I got a bit carried away.

Debut-a-Thon Day 3 + Challenge #3

Day Three!
It's finally the weekend! I have been waiting for Saturday all week, 1) because it's Feast Day and that means there's a celebration going on in my village, and 2) because I don't work at the weekends. Hopefully I'll be able to get lots of reading done today, and I'm especially excited to see what everyone else will be getting into, since I know that quite a few people weren't able to read much during Days 1 and 2.

I'm currently reading Angelfall by Susan Ee, which is a UK debut since it came out here last month. So you guys can stop shouting at me about that now. I finished If You Find Me last night and cried for about an hour. But it's all good, since it was awesome. I'll thank Judith for the recommendation once my heart is less broken.

Challenge #3
Today, Laura is challenging the debutathoners to POEMIFY THAT DEBUT.

For more information, head on over to her post. Complete the challenge, and enter the giveaway! Remember to leave your answers in the comments of her post, NOT this one and NOT in the form below. Eep!

Fill in the form to share your updates for Day 2!
Whether you're doing daily update posts, or you're just putting all your updates in one post (like I am), you can link your Day 3 post in this form. If you're updating via Twitter or Facebook, please only link to one tweet/post per day (a summary tweet, for example), otherwise things will get crazy.

28 June 2013

Most Anticipated Debuts + Giveaway

We've already covered which debuts we've loved so far this year, and the debut-a-thon is for our current reads. So, let's look ahead and talk about which future 2013 debuts we're looking forward to, shall we? A bunch of people let me know what they're anticipating, and they've pretty much covered all my choices! I'm mostly looking forward to All Our Yesterdays (thanks, Debby!), These Broken Stars, and The Elites. 

Below is a picture heavy post. And a giveaway. You have been warned.

Debut-a-Thon Day 2 + Challenge #2

Day Two!
So, how did your first day of reading go? Well, I hope! Never fear, I have been watching everyone's updates. I can't believe that some of you have finished books already. Actually, I can, because I'm surrounded by a bunch of reading machines! I was really busy yesterday, but I still managed to read about what I was expecting. Today is my mum's birthday, and I'm at work once again, so I'm not sure how much reading I will get done, but I do hope to finish If You Find Me!

Challenge #2
Today's challenge is hosted by the wonderful Laura, who basically came up with all this challenge stuff by herself, because I'm useless and she's Australian. What? It makes sense.

Head over to Laura's post to PAIR THAT DEBUT!

This challenge is great for music lovers, and horrible for those of us (i.e. me) who are indecisive. I have far too many options!

Fill in the form to share your updates for Day 2!

Whether you're doing daily update posts, or you're just putting all your updates in one post (like I am), you can link your Day 2 post in this form. If you're updating via Twitter or Facebook, please only link to one tweet/post per day (a summary tweet, for example), otherwise things will get crazy. Don't link your challenge answers in this form! This is for updates only. Although if you're keeping it all in one post then it's obviously unavoidable.

27 June 2013

Debut-a-Thon Day 1 + Challenge #1

After two months of planning and running around like crazy, the debut-a-thon has officially begun! The Kiwis and Aussies have almost finished their first day, whereas the rest of us are just beginning. If you're chatting on Twitter with us, don't forget to use the #debutathon hashtag!

If you're not yet a part of the debut-a-thon, and are really jealous of those of us who are, you can sign up here! You have to be a participant to take part in the challenges and be able to win prizes!

Challenge #1
To enter yourself today's giveaway, all you have to do is complete the challenge on your blog/Twitter/Goodreads/Facebook etc., and post a link in the comments below. You have 24 hours to complete this task. Simple, right? I hope so.

So, your first mission as debutathoners is:
Unscramble these titles, and win £10 to spend on Book Depository! Easy! Even if I did delete all the spaces *whistles* Please don't cheat, or read anyone else's answers before doing it for yourself. Where's the fun in that?

1. IIDFEOFYUNM (4 words)
2. TAREDEL (1 word)
3. TPNPOOITIV (2 words)
4. HCITAGRL (1 word)
5. NPOSIO (1 word)
6. TSIPDENLER (1 word)
7. ITSEHTELE (2 words)

Fill in the form to share your goals and updates for Day 1!
Whether you're doing daily update posts, or you're just putting all your updates in one post (like I am), you can link your Day 1 post in this form. If you're updating via Twitter or Facebook, please only link to one tweet/post per day (a summary tweet, for example), otherwise things will get crazy. Don't link your challenge posts (if they're separate) because SPOILERS.

Debut-a-Thon: Goals and Updates

My Goal: 2 books. Let's be real here, I'm not going to read any more than this. I have work both today and tomorrow, and then (weather permitting), I'm off to my local Feast Day to get drunk. I'm actually kind of hoping it rains, because I would rather be reading and tweeting.

Currently Reading:
Angelfall by Susan Ee

Potential Reads: 
ACID by Emma Pass
Bot Wars by J.V. Kade
My Life After Now by Jessica Verdi


Pages read: 45% (If You Find Me)
Books read: -
Total # of books read: 0.5

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Total # of books read: 1

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26 June 2013

Debut-a-Thon: Kick Off!

The debut-a-thon is just around the corner for most of us, while those who live in New Zealand (Greg, I'm looking at you!) get to start RIGHT NOW. This excites me, because the debut-a-thon has still officially begun. Even if I'm not reading yet.

Being British, I won't actually get to start reading for the debut-a-thon for another eleven hours, but I am ready. Beyond ready, in fact. I have my book list (mostly) prepared, I have coffee and food in my bedroom, ready for quick access. The only thing that's not ready and in my bedroom is myself, because by the time you read this I will be at work. But once I'm home at 7PM, I'll be counting down the hours, as well as envying everyone who's in mainland Europe, because they're a whole hour (or two!) ahead of me. *glares at Judith and Debby*. 

Anyway, I hope you're all as excited as I am about this read-a-thon. Thank you so much to everyone who has signed up so far and spread the word. There are, as I'm typing this, over forty people taking part! I know, I nearly cried too. I honestly thought it was just going to be me and Judith!

A brief schedule: 
Thursday, Day One:
- Debut-a-thon Startling Line
- Mini-Challenge #1: Unscramble That Debut

Friday, Day Two: 
- Most Anticipated Debuts + Giveaway
- Mini-Challenge #2: Pair That Debut

Saturday, Day Three: 
- Interview with Jennifer Rush + Giveaway
- Mini-Challenge #3: Poemify That Debut

Sunday, Day Four: 
- Mini-Challenge #4: Solve That Debut

Things to note: 
- Please, please, PLEASE check that the books you are planning on reading are debut novels, whether they are MG, YA, or adult debuts. I would hate for you to start a book only to realise that it doesn't count towards your goals.

- My update and goals post will be going up at midnight, my time. I expect I will make a many changes to it before it actually goes live. 

- I'll be doing daily posts for everyone who wants to link up their updates daily. I'll also be pointing out some awesome challenges that Laura and I have got going on! Those posts will be going up at 8AM, GMT.

- You are always free to tweet me if you have any questions, and if I'm not around (i.e. when I'm at work on Thursday and Friday) then you can tweet your questions to Judith (@paperiot) or Debby (@snugglyoranges) and they'll be happy to help!

- Use the #debutathon hashtag to talk about the read-a-thon on Twitter! Make it easy to follow each other's updates!

- Most importantly, have fun and read like the wind! Good luck everybody.

Best Debuts of 2013 (January to June)

I am not going to lie to you, I have been disappointed by a lot of the debuts I've read this year so far. But there is that handful that I keep talking about that I really did enjoy. A couple swept me off my feet, and a couple were just really great. Let me show you those, and you can also take a look to see what other bloggers have loved! This post is going to be enormous, so sit back and grab a cup of tea because you'll be here for a while!

I will be doing another post on this at the end of the year. There are still six months left (and I need to read All Our Yesterdays), after all!

25 June 2013

Interview and Giveaway: Kasie West, Author of Pivot Point

Let's take a trip down memory lane, back to the start of the year. I was struggling to get through a book that I had previously thought would be a great read to kick off my reading for 2013. Honestly, it was terrible. But luckily I had a whole lot of other books (over 500, if I'm going to be honest) waiting to be read. I hadn't heard much about Pivot Point, but since it was one of the first books that I had been approved for on Edelweiss, I was excited to give it a try.

Now, six months later, Pivot Point is still one of my handful of favourite books of this year. And today I'll be giving a copy away, as well as interviewing the brain behind the entire operation!

24 June 2013

Welcome to Debut Madness

I really enjoy writing and researching for my Debut Showcase feature that goes up every month. It's a lot of fun, especially when others share their recommendations and what they're anticipating. So, since I love doing it so much, and because I haven't hosted an event in a looooonnnnnnngggg time, I decided to dedicate this week to debut books. I've been planning this for a while, and if all goes well I hope to do it again in the future! 

I have come up with a bunch of fun posts for everyone to take part in, and now that I have a job I'll also be giving a load of stuff away throughout the week! So, in summary:

What can you expect from this week?
- Lots and lots of giveaways
- Interviews
- A Read-a-thon
& more!

There's still lots of time to sign up for the read-a-thon, so if you haven't done so already then you should definitely consider it. It's going to be so much fun! I genuinely hope everyone has a great time, and that you all find some new books to read. The read-a-thon especially is going to be a great (hopefully relaxing) end to my week!

New Releases: June 25 - July 1, 2013

This week's releases sound a lot better than last week's! I'm looking forward to trying The Corner of Bitter and Sweet, Since You Asked..., and Golden Boy! The latter sounds especially intriguing. I'm currently reading In the After and it's soooo good. Which books are you looking forward to this week?

21 June 2013

Another Little Piece by Kate Karyus Quinn

Another Little Piece by Kate Karyus Quinn
Release Date: June 11, 2013
Publisher: HarperTeen
Source: Publisher (Edelweiss)
Goodreads Stars: 1
Rating: Bland

On a cool autumn night, Annaliese Rose Gordon stumbled out of the woods and into a high school party. She was screaming. Drenched in blood. Then she vanished.

A year later, Annaliese is found wandering down a road hundreds of miles away. She doesn't know who she is. She doesn't know how she got there. She only knows one thing: She is not the real Annaliese  Rose Gordon.

Now Annaliese is haunted by strange visions and broken memories. Memories of a reckless, desperate wish . . . a bloody razor . . . and the faces of other girls who disappeared. Piece by piece, Annaliese's fractured memories come together to reveal a violent, endless cycle that she will never escape—unless she can unlock the twisted secrets of her past.

Another Little Piece has been getting a lot of very positive reviews. That's one of the reasons I was so excited to read it this week. I had been planning on saving it for the debut-a-thon, but I just couldn't wait any longer. Unfortunately, Another Little Piece didn't meet my expectations.

20 June 2013

Dare You To by Katie McGarry

Dare You To by Katie McGarry
Pushing the Limits #2
Release Date: May 28, 2013
Publisher: Harlequin Teen
Source: Publisher (Netgalley)
Goodreads Stars: 3
Rating: Enjoyable

Buy it: Amazon UK

If anyone knew the truth about Beth Risk's home life, they'd send her mother to jail and seventeen-year-old Beth who knows where. So she protects her mom at all costs. Until the day her uncle swoops in and forces Beth to choose between her mom's freedom and her own happiness. That's how Beth finds herself living with an aunt who doesn't want her and going to a school that doesn't understand her. At all. Except for the one guy who shouldn't get her, but does....

Ryan Stone is the town golden boy, a popular baseball star jock-with secrets he can't tell anyone. Not even the friends he shares everything with, including the constant dares to do crazy things. The craziest? Asking out the Skater girl who couldn't be less interested in him.

But what begins as a dare becomes an intense attraction neither Ryan nor Beth expected. Suddenly, the boy with the flawless image risks his dreams-and his life-for the girl he loves, and the girl who won't let anyone get too close is daring herself to want it all.... - Goodreads

Oh yay, another book this year that has disappointed me, despite the fact that my expectations weren't even that high. I had a few issues with this one, and I don't know if I'm being overly sensitive, but as someone who has experienced abuse and has grown up surrounded by it, I think it's okay for me to judge? Maybe. I tried not to whine and complain all over the place, but I felt like the points I make are important.

19 June 2013

Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo

Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo
The Grisha #1
Release Date: June 5, 2012
Publisher: Henry Holt and co. (BYR)
Source: Bought
Goodreads Stars: 4
Rating: Essential

Buy it: Amazon UK

The Shadow Fold, a swathe of impenetrable darkness, crawling with monsters that feast on human flesh, is slowly destroying the once-great nation of Ravka.

Alina, a pale, lonely orphan, discovers a unique power that thrusts her into the lavish world of the kingdom’s magical elite—the Grisha. Could she be the key to unravelling the dark fabric of the Shadow Fold and setting Ravka free?

The Darkling, a creature of seductive charm and terrifying power, leader of the Grisha. If Alina is to fulfill her destiny, she must discover how to unlock her gift and face up to her dangerous attraction to him.

But what of Mal, Alina’s childhood best friend? As Alina contemplates her dazzling new future, why can’t she ever quite forget him?

Glorious. Epic. Irresistible. Romance. - Goodreads

Who wants to hear about that time I was in a major reading slump and I couldn't get out of it? I tried everything, from YA to MG to a Spartacus TV show tie-in, but nothing was working. Then Judith harassed tweeted me once again about how I should be reading Shadow and Bone. Considering I wasn't getting into the Spartacus book, I decided that I might as well at least try this book that Judith has been going on and on and on about. So I did. And to my amazement, my cursed reading slump was broken. All thanks to Judith and Leigh Bardugo's fabulous writing.

17 June 2013

New Releases: June 18 - 24, 2013

Is it just me, or is June a really boring book month? The only book I'm kind of dying to read this week is Proxy. Publishers must be saving all the good stuff for August and September.

14 June 2013

#WWReadathon: Wrap Up

I reached my goal! I was so surprised because I was in a major reading slump this week, and I tried to get into several books. I blame Gameboard of the Gods, because that book bored me to tears and every time I tried to read something after that, I just couldn't do it. But thanks to Judith, my reading is hopefully now back on track.

Books Read (3/3):
- Spirit by Brigid Kemmerer
- Breathless by Brigid Kemmerer
- Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo (which I actually finished today, but since work has been cutting into my reading time I am including it.)

Books DNFed (1/1):
- Gameboard of the Gods by Richelle Mead *shakes fist*

As you can see, I read a full book, a novella, a book that I was in the middle of, and almost 20% of another book. I'm pleased with myself, considering I spent most of the read-a-thon in a terrible reading mood. I'm hoping this doesn't happen during the next read-a-thon I'm taking part in, especially since I am also hosting it!

How did you do? Did you reach your goals? Do you have any recommendations? Let me know!

13 June 2013

DNF: Gameboard of the Gods by Richelle Mead

Gameboard of the Gods by Richelle Mead
Age of X #1
Release Date: June 4, 2013
Publisher: Dutton Adult
Source: Bought
Goodreads Stars: DNF
Rating: DNF

Pages Read: ~84 (18%)

In a futuristic world nearly destroyed by religious extremists, Justin March lives in exile after failing in his job as an investigator of religious groups and supernatural claims. But Justin is given a second chance when Mae Koskinen comes to bring him back to the Republic of United North America (RUNA). Raised in an aristocratic caste, Mae is now a member of the military’s most elite and terrifying tier, a soldier with enhanced reflexes and skills.

When Justin and Mae are assigned to work together to solve a string of ritualistic murders, they soon realize that their discoveries have exposed them to terrible danger. As their investigation races forward, unknown enemies and powers greater than they can imagine are gathering in the shadows, ready to reclaim the world in which humans are merely game pieces on their board.

Gameboard of the Gods, the first installment of Richelle Mead’s Age of X series, will have all the elements that have made her YA Vampire Academy and Bloodlines series such megasuccesses: sexy, irresistible characters; romantic and mythological intrigue; and relentless action and suspense. - Goodreads

In the past, I never used to post reviews of books that I didn't finish. I didn't feel like I could write enough about them for the post to be considered a review. But I have changed my mind, and decided to give this a try. Please don't class this as an "official" review, more of my jumbled thoughts on the book and why I wasn't able to finish it.

My heart is broken, guys. I can't believe I just put down a Richelle Mead book. What has my life become? Anyway, I do have a few reasons for not being able to finish this one, and you'll find those below. To put it briefly, I didn't like it. To elaborate a bit more, I wasn't a fan of the characters. Which is awful because normally I am in love with at least a couple of Mead's characters in her books. I had two favourites in the Dark Swan series, and Vampire Academy was packed full of awesome characters. Agh, what happened with this one?

12 June 2013

Spirit by Brigid Kemmerer

Spirit by Brigid Kemmerer
Elemental #3
Release Date: May 28, 2013
Publisher: K Teen
Source: Bought
Goodreads Stars: 4
Rating: Essential

Buy the Book: Amazon UK 

With power comes enemies. Lots of them.

Hunter Garrity just wants to be left alone. He’s learned the hard way that his unusual abilities come at a price. And he can’t seem to afford any allies.

He’s up to his neck in hostiles. His grandfather, spoiling for a fight. The Merrick brothers, who think he ratted them out. Calla, the scheming psycho who wants to use him as bait.

Then there’s Kate Sullivan, the new girl at school. She’s not hostile. She’s bold. Funny. Hot. But she’s got an agenda, too.

With supposedly secret powers rippling to the surface everywhere around him, Hunter knows something ugly is about to go down. But finding out what means he’ll have to find someone he can trust… - Goodreads

I discovered this series last year when everyone was riled up about Spark being released. I wanted to find out what everyone was shouting about, so I bought both Storm and Spark and read them in a couple of days. Brigid Kemmerer has a way of captivating you with both the excellent story and the great characters. So after nine months of excruciating waiting, I finally got my hands on Spirit. And I loved it!

11 June 2013

Top Ten Books I've Read So Far In 2013

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

I know that this isn't the official top ten list for this week, it should in fact be a list of my top ten beach reads, but I haven't actually read many beach reads. Also, on June 25th when this list is meant to go up, I am hosting my debut event and won't be posting memes. Therefore, I thought I would switch it up a bit so I could share this list!

10 June 2013

New Releases: June 11 - 17, 2013

There are some interesting sounding debuts coming out this week. I haven't actually had the chance to read Rush or Another Little Piece, but they are on my Kindle. Boy Nobody was disappointing, I must say. Which books are you looking forward to? Have you bought or read any of these already?

07 June 2013

#WWReadathon: Goals + Updates

Here is me shamelessly signing up for yet another read-a-thon at the last minute! I saw Mel's tweet earlier and thought I would unofficially join in, but then Tabitha just told me to go ahead and sign up. So I am doing just that. I am so spontaneous and fun.

As you may know, I do have a job now (woohoo!) so my reading time has been severely cut. I'm hoping to finish a few books over the course of this week, though! I've listed a bunch of books below to keep with the spontaneous theme, although - as always - there is no way I am going to get to all of them. I'm going to aim for three, including the one that I'm already in the middle of, but if I make it past that I would be so happy.

Currently Reading: 
- Gameboard of the Gods by Richelle Mead

Potential Reads:
- Dare You To by Katie McGarry
- Rush by Eve Silver
- The School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainini (I'm currently 25% through)
- The Spartacus War by Barry Strauss (HA, because I may as well traumatise myself some more)
- A Storm of Swords Part 2 by George R. R. Martin (I'm currently 33% through)
- Another Little Piece by Kate Karyus Quinn

Books Read (2):
- Spirit by Brigid Kemmerer
- Breathless by Brigid Kemmerer
Day One:
I'm right in the middle of Spirit by Brigid Kemmerer!

Day Two: 
I finished Spirit, and went on to read and finish Breathless, a novella in the same series. I loved both books!
I've started reading Gameboard of the Gods by Richelle Mead! I'm very excited.

So yes, too many books, too little time. Aim: Three books, including Spirit which I am currently reading and have about 30% to go. I'll be updating everything in this post so I don't overload you all, and then I'll do a wrap up post at the end. Wish me luck!

06 June 2013

Debut-a-Thon: Recommendations

I am hosting a read-a-thon, did you know? In case you have no idea what I'm about to talk about, here is a quick introduction:

I've been spending a lot of my online life this year promoting and talking about 2013 YA debuts. I have a monthly showcase feature, and two of my favourite books of the year thus far have been from debut authors. The Debut Showcase feature is a lot of fun to write, but it's not really something that other people can partake in. So, naturally, my silly little brain went to work and came up with THIS.

Basically, I'm hosting a read-a-thon at the end of June that will focus on 2013 debuts. You can sign up for the read-a-thon here.

Since it's such a specific requirement in comparison to those read-a-thons that allow for any book to be read, I wanted to give you guys some recommendations well in advance to help you decide which debuts to buy and read. You can see what other people have recommended in the spreadsheet below.

05 June 2013

2013 Debut Showcase: June

The purpose of this feature is to show you guys which YA debuts I'm most looking forward to, and which ones I've enjoyed. Hopefully it'll also help build some buzz around some of these debuts. There will be one post at the beginning of each month showing the top three upcoming debuts I'm most looking forward to and excited for, and it will also wrap up the previous month by showing which debuts I read and enjoyed.

04 June 2013

Transparent by Natalie Whipple

Transparent by Natalie Whipple
Release Date: May 21, 2013
Publisher: HarperTeen
Source: Publisher (Edelweiss)
Goodreads Stars: 2
Rating: Bland

Plenty of teenagers feel invisible. Fiona McClean actually is.

An invisible girl is a priceless weapon. Fiona’s own father has been forcing her to do his dirty work for years—everything from spying on people to stealing cars to breaking into bank vaults.

After sixteen years, Fiona’s had enough. She and her mother flee to a small town, and for the first time in her life, Fiona feels like a normal life is within reach. But Fiona’s father isn’t giving up that easily.

Of course, he should know better than anyone: never underestimate an invisible girl. - Goodreads

X-Men. That is what Transparent promised. It lied.

03 June 2013

New Releases: June 4 - 10, 2013

There are a few sequels coming out this week, but the only one I will definitely be reading is The Impossibility of Tomorrow, because I've read the first book and I loved the villain. I REALLY need to hurry up and read Shadow and Bone before Judith murders me in my sleep, as well as Black City. Which books are you look forward to?