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 […]

#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 […]

#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 […]

#92- The House Girl

Recently, I have read several historical fiction novels with a very similar format; where is the past and present intertwine forming two distinct yet connected stories. After reading so many like this, I felt like the tactic was being overused, played out. It became boring to me. That is, until I read The House Girl. […]

#89- Anatomy of a Misfit by Andrea Portes

I rated this book two stars on GoodReads.com. Which for me, is practically unheard of, I love everything. There is rarely a book that I truly dislike, but unfortunately, Anatomy of a Misfit, didn’t do anything for me. I was so excited to read this book. It was on a list of books to read […]

#84- Paper Towns by John Green and #85- A little Something Different by Sandy Hall

                                            After reading two books that I didn’t like (which rarely, rarely happens. I like almost everything), and failing miserably at reading American Gods, I decided to face the facts. While I love every genre, […]

#80- Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

  I am obsessed with Rainbow Rowell right now. Bordering on my love of all things John Green. Seriously, where were authors like this when I was in high school? Fangirl is about twins, Cath and Wren who go off to college. Wren ready to experience all that college has to offer, including boys and […]