Once in a while you feel like shouting out your favorite reads to the world. Oh. Darn. Are you saying it's just me?
Anyway, the shouting is on.
The best MG/YA book EVER (tied with Harry Potter, of course.) is the...
Wait for it...
The False Prince!
My pathetic review
I had NO IDEA this would be such a stunning novel. However, it made me cry. laugh, yell, and other elaborate shows of emotion. I am, however, a little nervous to read the second book. Will it be up to par? Are you ever afraid of sequels?
And, the second series I am sharing with you all is the Bloodlines series. Each book just gets better and better... And also you can't not mention the fabulous series before Bloodlines, Vampire Academy! Right now I am rereading Blood Promise... it is so good!
Review of The Golden Lily
Review of The Indigo Spell
The Vampire Academy is one of my most favorit-ist (yes, I am aware that the word is not in the dictionary. However, that does not mean it is an illegitimate word. The dictionary is just a bunch of papers, which also means it has no brain. I bet it could have made a mistake.) series ever! Everyone should read them, that way I can bug you about Rose, Dimitri, Sydney, Lissa, Jill, Christian and Eddie!
I will forewarn you, I will really bug you about Adrian in the Bloodlines series. He is so awesome! However, in the Vampire Academy series I kept thinking "Rose is not for you!" and I was right. (Ha!) So, (yeah, I do have a point) in the VA series I was not his biggest fan. Mostly, I felt like ripping his drinks and cigarettes away from him. However, in the Bloodlines series, the readers get a chance to fix him, or at least see him get fixed, and now he is totally amazing!
The characters in both series make me laugh consistently. Especially characters such as Adrian and Trey and Rose and.... you get the picture.
Also, I love how we have a very smart heroine, Sydney. In the books, we are consistently SHOWN not TOLD how intelligent she is, unlike in many other books.
My rant is officially over.
All the books mentioned are excellent devices to get you out of reading slumps, although you might experience a few hours of book hangover. Now, read as if your lives depend on it. Or come chat with me if you also love these gems!
So, have you read The False Prince or Bloodlines? What did you think of them?