Bonus Reads! #101-110

Ya’ll didn’t think I could really stop at 100, did you? I have been a busy bee this last month. Like I said before, reading books is a piece of cake but writing about them seems like a chore. And I am really bad about doing my chores. Which means, I have read several books this […]

#100- The Kill Order by James Dashner

I did it! I read 100 books! I actually finished The Kill Order, the beginning of November, completing my 100 book challenge. I’m just very behind on posting. I have found reading 100 books, much easier than writing about 100 books! The Kill Order is the prequel to The Maze Runner Series. The Kill Order tells […]

#99- First Grave on the Right by Darynda Jones

I love chick lit. A book worm can’t live on 900 pages tomes alone. Sometimes the emotionally intense fictional world I live in needs to be broken up by something a little more light hearted. First Grave on the Right is the first book in the Charley Davidson series. Charley is the Grimm Reaper, and her job […]

#98- City of Bones by Cassandra Clare

I am late jumping on the Mortal Instruments band wagon. Prior to reading City of Bones, all I knew was that they were about vampires. And thanks, to Twilight, I have a serious prejudice against vampires. However, I learned, that this book is about Vampire/Daemon hunters and that makes all the difference. Hunting is some […]

#96-Luxe by Anna Godbersen

  Gossip Girl set in 1899? Sure why not. I will give anything a try once. I like sordid affairs, and I like period pieces, so I was pretty sure this was worth a shot. Luxe is the first in a series of four. It follows New York’s elite upper class as they engage in love […]

#95- The Selection by Kiera Cass

You had me at Young Adult Dystopian. The Selection is the first of a trilogy, about 16 year old America who finds herself in a competition to win the heart of the country’s prince, Maxon. But will her own low social caste, her sense of justice or the love she left behind keep her from […]

#94-Where’d You Go, Bernadette? by Maria Semple

When 13 year old Bee aces her report card and gets accepted into a prestigious prep school, she cashes in her promised reward: a family trip to Antarctica. This quickly becomes a problem for Bee’s mother Bernadette who is so afraid of people that she has an assistant in India managing  the most basic aspects […]