Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Review: Poison

Poison by Bridget Zinn

Sixteen-year-old Kyra, a highly-skilled potions master, is the only one who knows her kingdom is on the verge of destruction—which means she’s the only one who can save it. Faced with no other choice, Kyra decides to do what she does best: poison the kingdom’s future ruler, who also happens to be her former best friend.

But, for the first time ever, her poisoned dart . . . misses.

Now a fugitive instead of a hero, Kyra is caught in a game of hide-and-seek with the king’s army and her potioner ex-boyfriend, Hal. At least she’s not alone. She’s armed with her vital potions, a too-cute pig, and Fred, the charming adventurer she can’t stop thinking about. 

Kyra is determined to get herself a second chance (at murder), but will she be able to find and defeat the princess before Hal and the army find her? Kyra is not your typical murderer, and she’s certainly no damsel-in-distress—she’s the lovable and quick-witted hero of this romantic novel that has all the right ingredients to make teen girls swoon.
Oooh, what a happy read!!! *Smiles* Poison is just a spectacular read that most people will enjoy! While the plot is not deep or heart pounding, it is just so fun that it keeps you on your toes.

Most parts in Poison are easy and light. And in "stressful" situations (such as running into a witch worthy of Hansel and Gretel) the author add enough humor into the predicament that the laughing readers will be more worried about their aching sides than the characters lives!

I loved, loved, loved all the fantasy elements. I prefer daggers in my stories to potions, but still Potioneer Kyra's mixtures were pretty cool. Also, magic, witches, and pigs with spells are always around the corner!

Kyra is a pretty darn awesome narrater. Although I did have tiny problems about her trying to kill her best friend, but in the end you learn more about that :) Plus, the whole assasin thing fit the story so I didn't mind that much. Kyra is feisty and a lot of fun. I am pretty sure everyone will enjoy reading about her!

Fred and the pig deserve their own separate paragraph. They are both so funny, cute, and sweet. Rosie, which is what Fred named the little pig, is a real unique sidekick for Kyra! Normally MC's have cats, or dogs, or even dragons as sidekicks. Not Kyra. She has a sweet pig that I would kill for. Fred fits Kyra perfectly. They are both somewhat ridiculous and have awesome banters.

This book is switched from present to past. We learn about Kyra before and after the assassination attempt. I found reading about Kyra and the princess's escapades as children highly amusing and lots o fun! Especially since both girls were strong willed and unique.

Overall, Poison is a masterpiece worthy of that pink little pig shown on the cover. The adventures of Kyra and Rosie are not to be missed.

4/5 bookcases

Waiting on Wednesday #7

This Week I am Waiting On...

The Book of Broken Hearts by Sarah Ockler

When all signs point to heartbreak, can love still be a rule of the road? A poignant and romantic novel from the author ofBittersweet and Twenty Boy Summer.

Jude has learned a lot from her older sisters, but the most important thing is this: The Vargas brothers are notorious heartbreakers. She’s seen the tears and disasters that dating a Vargas boy can cause, and she swore an oath—with candles and a contract and everything—to never have anything to do with one.

Now Jude is the only sister still living at home, and she’s spending the summer helping her ailing father restore his vintage motorcycle—which means hiring a mechanic to help out. Is it Jude’s fault he happens to be cute? And surprisingly sweet? And a Vargas?

Jude tells herself it’s strictly bike business with Emilio. Her sisters will never find out, and Jude can spot those flirty little Vargas tricks a mile away—no way would she fall for them. But Jude’s defenses are crumbling, and if history is destined to repeat itself, she’s speeding toward some serious heartbreak…unless her sisters were wrong?

Jude may have taken an oath, but she’s beginning to think that when it comes to love, some promises might be worth breaking.
Okay, normally this is not my go-to genre of book, but I have heard tremendous things about Ockler. And doesn't the story and cover seem sweet and interesting? I hope Ockler pulls off an amazing contemporary! (And since I just finished reading You Look Different in Real Life, the stakes are high for contemporaries at the moment!)

Also, don't forget to check out my first giveaway, 99 followers!

Monday, April 29, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday #6

Top Ten Words/Topics That Instantly Make Me Buy/Pick Up A Book  

  1. First, I am always almost guaranteed to pick a book up if it has a blurb from one of my favorites authors on the cover.
  2. The word "Queen", "Princess", or "Kingdom" in the title.
  3. I will definitely pick it up if it mentions a kick-ass heroine.
  4. Dystopian and High Fantasy.
  5. Contemporaries with the word "you" in it

  1. Aliens!
  2. "Stunning" on blurb or a review. Also, "Heart shattering", "Highly imaginative", "Un-put-downable", "Leaves you begging for more!"
  3. Assasins/knights/soldiers
  4. Werewolves and vampires!
  5. "That book made me look at things differently."

What are your top ten words/topics???

And don't forget to check out my first giveaway!

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Review: The Samantha Project

The Samantha Project by Stephanie Karpinske

Samantha was seventeen when she finally learned the truth about herself; that she’s part of a corporation’s top secret genetic enhancement project. They told her she was the only one who survived the experiments. But then she meets Erik. He was raised in a lab until a scientist took him and hid him so nobody would ever find him. But Samantha and Erik somehow found each other. They share a indescribable connection that neither one of them can explain.

Their enhanced genes give them special abilities, like the ability to read minds and communicate with their thoughts. Even with their powers, they’re not safe. The people who are after them will never stop looking. But the more imminent danger is something that lies deep within their cells. It’s just one of many secrets they have yet to discover about themselves.
Hmm, The Samantha Project had potential. And the last half of the book showed it, but the first half. Ooh, the first half...was really, really boring. I am sure that not everyone will think this. You do get to know the characters. So if you don't mind a slow pace, you might enjoy this book. Just to me the first half of the book totally dragged the book down.
Nothing happens for like, 180 pages. We mostly see Samantha at school or moping about her parent's deaths.

After that, she went to a cabin and then kidnapped. Yeah, little more interesting from there. There was more action and I felt a little less as if I were just watching a boring reality TV show. The plot was interesting, once it was actually introduced. The setting was vivid and so action scenes were fun.

I found all the characters pretty cool, except for, uh huh, Samantha. All she really cares about is what other people think. Not good, Sam. Life is gonna be hard. Thankfully, she does get better as the book progresses. The other characters were well thought out. So no need to worry about boring side characters!

Overall, this was not my book. The beginning was so slow, and patience is not one of my virtues. I do think people with more patience and than I will enjoy this unique novel.

2/5 bookcases

Saturday, April 27, 2013

99 Followers Giveaway!

 I have reached 99 GFC followers! So I decided to celebrate by hosting my first giveaway!

The winner can pick one of these two prizes!

a Rafflecopter giveaway
.US only, sorry! But the shipping anywhere 
else is just too expensive for now. 
.You must be over 13
. No cheating please

Newbie Blogger Diaries #3

This post will be about books-for-review. I will explain my methods (which aren't exactly the work of a mastermind, but, oh well) and then I will explain other ways!

Since I am not exactly famously renown in the book blogosphere, I don't get a lot of books and ARCS flying through my bedroom window every night.

So, I get my books-to-review mostly from

  1. Self published authors
  2. Goodreads
A couple times a month I have a some self published authors find me. Still not sure how, but they do. And I am always happy when the book they are asking me to review looks like it will be my type of read. Of course, normally I get them in a e-book style. Only the top bloggers will get the certain book as a print ARC or finished copy. I am always happy when I find a self published novel I love. (Thank you all the authors that have contacted me!)

Goodreads is another place I get books to review. Sometimes I join groups that can sign up for e-arcs or  e-books. In these cases sometimes you actually get to contact the author! Also, First Reads (giveaways) is on Goodreads. All you do is enter the giveaway and see if win!

Other ways (that I don't normally do) to get books for review

  1. Netgalley and Edelweiss 
  2. Publishers
  3. Blog Tours
Netgalley and Edelweiss are sites where you can sign up for e-arcs to review. I don't know why this never appealed to me, it just didn't. However, I know they 99% of the book blogoshere loves the sites. I don't know much except that 1) you can get lot of books, if some of the Stacking the Shelves I've seen are indicators. 2) You request the e-arcs and sometimes you get rejecected, and other time you don't. If anyone with more expertise has anything more to add please do in the comments! Thanks. 

Publishers. Well, blogs with happy statistics can get paperback ARCs from publishers. Maybe one day I will try contacting a publisher, but I am at least waiting a couple more months. ARCs are expensive to print so publishers give them only to people with blogs that are sure to be seen!

Blog tours. So far I have only participated in one. Basically, you post a review or promotional post on your assigned day. Sometimes you get the book to review and sometimes you don't.

And Remember

  1. You don't need to get review books to have an awesome blog!!!
  2. Be patient and BE HAPPY :)
Newbie book blogger vocab quickie:

ARCs- Advanced Reader Copies. Normally handed out to well known bookish people before the release date of final copy

Blog Tours- A book that is posted about on a schedule. They are scheduled by a blog tour site

How do you feel about books-for-review? Do you get them or are happy without? If you do receive them, what method do you use/prefer?

Friday, April 26, 2013

Stacking the Shelves #3

Well, I didn't get a bunch this week. But I did get some really exciting books!


For Review

I am looking forward to reading each of these books. In fact, I have already read Cry Devil. I loved the Selection, so I am especially looking forward to the Elite. And The Samantha Project just looks really interesting!

So what did you get this week? Leave me a link!!!

My first giveaway! *squee*

And don't forget to check out:

Newbie Blogger Diaries #1
Newbie Blogger Diaries #2
Newbie Blogger Diaries #3

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Feature and Follow Friday

Alison Can Read Feature & Follow

Q: Is there a song that reminds you of a book? Or vice versa? What is the song & the book?

Song: I'm Coming After You
Book: Poison by Bridget Zinn

I don't know why I think of these two together, some lyrics match up but most doesn't. I just felt like the tune and beat fit this funny, fast read perfectly! I will never listen to this song without thinking "Poison"! Also, both girls are on the run. And sound very feisty.

Now, tell me what you think. Link me up!

Little note: I am now on Bloglovin!

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Review: Also Known As

Also Known As

 by Robin Benway

Being a 16-year-old safecracker and active-duty daughter of international spies has its moments, good and bad. Pros: Seeing the world one crime-solving adventure at a time. Having parents with super cool jobs. Cons: Never staying in one place long enough to have friends or a boyfriend. But for Maggie Silver, the biggest perk of all has been avoiding high school and the accompanying cliques, bad lunches, and frustratingly simple locker combinations.

Then Maggie and her parents are sent to New York for her first solo assignment, and all of that changes. She'll need to attend a private school, avoid the temptation to hack the school's security system, and befriend one aggravatingly cute Jesse Oliver to gain the essential information she needs to crack the case . . . all while trying not to blow her cover.

Robin Benway certainly does not disappoint in this laugh-out-loud adventure! I believe I loved Audrey, Wait! a tiny smidgen more, but then again I didn't expect AKA to outshine one of my favorite contemporaries.

This book is slightly similar to the Gallagher Girls series, although not really. Okay, maybe I'll back myself up and make more sense. The "spies" and tone are very similiar. Except the plot is totally different and a little more sophisticated. I think I may have liked it more than Gallagher Girls... and that is saying something. (Little Note: If you haven't read Gallagher Girls, you should!)

The characters are really sweet. And super funny. Not just Maggie (Who was amazing) but also her friends and family. I loved how each character had such a memoable personality.

This book was ridiculous. I mean this in a good way. Maggie is just plain quirky! I am so happy she wasn't another predictable, overused YA character. Also, some of the past spy expeditions Maggie mentions are pretty funny/ridiculous.

The synopsis mentions a lot about "Private School". I think this is bringing the focus off what most of the book is about. I mean I LOVED Maggie's experiences there. But, mostly, AKA is about making friends, afore mentioned ridiculous conversations, and learning what it means to be a spy!

Such a funny read!
4/5 bookcases

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Waiting on Wednesday #6

This Week I am Waiting On... 

Gated by Amy Christine Parker

Do the gates keep the unchosen out or the chosen in?

In Mandrodage Meadows, life seems perfect. The members of this isolated suburban community have thrived under Pioneer, the charismatic leader who saved them from their sad, damaged lives. Lyla Hamilton and her parents are original members of the flock. They moved here following the 9/11 terrorist attacks, looking to escape the evil in the world. Now seventeen, Lyla knows certain facts are not to be questioned:

Pioneer is her leader.

Will is her Intended.

The end of the world is near.

Like Noah before him, Pioneer has been told of the imminent destruction of humanity. He says his chosen must arm themselves to fight off the unchosen people, who will surely seek refuge in the compound's underground fortress--the Silo.

Lyla loves her family and friends, but given the choice, she prefers painting to target practice. And lately she'd rather think about a certain boy outside the compound than plan for married life in the Silo with Will. But with the end of days drawing near, she will have to pick up a gun, take a side, and let everyone know where she stands

Doesn't this sound so interesting? I need it now...
What are you waiting on this week?

Review: Cry Devil

Cry Devil by V.S. Ware

You are one half of a set of twins, identical from the crystal blue of your eyes right down to the deep black ink of the dream catcher tattoos at the nape of your necks. That is, until you move with your sister to the idyllic and lavish island of Vitoria. Your sister is swiftly swept up in the destructive behavior of a wild and charismatic tight-knit group of teens on the island- wading neck deep into the dark end of the popular pool. She changes over night, her blonde hair dyed lilac and lungs freshly filled with the sweet poison of cigarette smoke.

And before you know it, you’re swept up too.

There is a book without a name. . A girl burns alive and a secret binds the six of you in silence. That’s only the beginning.

But before all of that, you wake from a coma induced by a life-shattering car accident that took your father’s life and almost took yours. You know when you wake that your life will never be the same, that the darkness of the coma will hardly compare to the darkness that now surrounds your broken family. But you’ll never guess just how dark it will get… or how deadly.

So before supper, say your Grace. It might be your last.
Wow. I just finished Cry Devil (like literally 30 seconds ago)... and wow. This book was amazingly written. Although I am pretty sure not a single good thing happened throughout the whole novel... And it is not my normal type of genre. It is very addicting though!

The characters all seemed very broken, and a couple I still don't what's going on with them. I am pretty sure there is a lot happening that we don't know about yet. *cough*magic or something*cough*

This is a really hard review to write. It has been a while since a book has made my heart pound like this. Really. This book will definitely evoke feeling. Also there is that killer cliffhanger ending. There better be a second book...

The poor main character! She just does not get a break. I mean at the beginning her dad dies and it just goes from there. Another great aspect of this book was the narration. Instead of "I" or "Grace", the author uses "you". This type of unique narration really sucked me into Graces world.

The dialogue between characters flows incredibly well. In fact, the writing is flawless. Grace is very believable and the world she is in is vivid.

In this book there is the subject of Christianity. I do not know how it will come into play in the second book. It did add layers of suspense to the book.

All in all, this book was startling different and haunting. A total killer of a read! I would recommend it to older teens searching for a heart gripping read.

I do not know if the description does justice to the book. I think this book is more focused on Grace and the accident with her Dad than anything else.

Wow, this has been the hardest book to rate. It was so unique though!

4.8/5 bookcases
I'm still not sure on this rating! So conflicted... this is a really high rating for me.

*Received for free in exchange for an honest review*

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Newbie Blogger Diaries #2

Today I am going to talk about how I first got readers to my blog. I don't mean to be a kill-joy here but you could have the best quality posts on Earth and it is still likely that you will never gain any readers. Because, for readers to read your work, they have to find you first.

Here are my two trustworthy ways of getting people to check out your site.

1. Comment on other blogs! Post a thoughtful comment on someone else's book review and leave a link back to your blog. I gurantee that most people are nice and will comment back on your site. The key to this: Leave a THOUGHTFUL comment. Don't just start spamming people with links because then they will then feel much less obligated to check out your blog.

This is my favorite way to gain readers because it feels more personal. But, on a busy night, it it easier to just:

2. Participate in a meme or feature. Memes (which I recently realized rhymed with streams, much to my disappointment. I had been pronouncing it with a french air, Memais, until someone burst my bubble.) or features are when a whole group of bloggers post about a certain subject. Then, you can add your url to a list and have other participators check it out. Also, you can check out their posts. Win-Win.

Here are my favorite bookish memes:
Top Ten Tuesday
Waiting on Wednesday
Feature and Follow Friday
Stacking the Shelves

Or you can make your own. However this takes a lot of time and work. It does make your posts much more unique though!

The last step it to provide entertaining and memorable content, so readers will want to come back! And, one last tip, don't be follower crazy. Every night you see three new followers don't stress out because you wanted five more than you got that night, instead smile and mentally tell those people that they are awesome, and be glad they thought your blog worth following. BE HAPPY!!!

Follow on Bloglovin So, this is how I gained followers and readers in the beginning. What did you do/are doing to bring a little traffic to your blog?

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Review: Bewitching Season

Bewitching Season by Marissa Doyle

In 1837 London, young daughters of viscounts pined for handsome, titled husbands, not careers. And certainly not careers in magic. At least, most of them didn’t.

Shy, studious Persephone Leland would far rather devote herself to her secret magic studies than enter society and look for a suitable husband. But right as the inevitable season for "coming out" is about to begin, Persy and her twin sister discover that their governess in magic has been kidnapped as part of a plot to gain control of the soon-to-be Queen Victoria. 

 Racing through Mayfair ballrooms and royal palaces, the sisters overcome bad millinery, shady royal spinsters, and a mysterious Irish wizard. And along the way, Persy learns that husband hunting isn’t such an odious task after all, if you can find the right quarry.

Bewitching Season is a 2009 Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year.

Wow, what a fun book! Bewitching Season had everything I was looking for when I started reading reading it; magic, witty conversations, and intriguing characters! I hope to read more by Marissa Doyle in the near future.

Well, now that I am thinking about it, this review is not going to be very long. Really, this book was incredibly well done. There is nothing worth criticizing. I mean nothing  in this book was mind boggling or anything, but nothing was flat out bad. I enjoyed every little aspect of The Bewitching Season. Especially how they added Princess Victoria in. *smiles*

The characters were charming. Mostly in a cutesy way, especially Persy's younger brother. He had me laughing through out the entire book. Persy and Pen were awesome main characters too. Persys personality was not extremely original, but still lightly unique and had me rooting for her the entire time! Pen also was a great heroine. I think, in fact, I liked her as much as I liked Persy. Which is rare. In most books I prefer one sister over the other.

Ally, the governess, was also a character I liked reading about. We got several scenes from her point of view, all of which were some of my favorites. Ally is young, chipper, and smart. I felt she played a part bigger than just the missing nanny. Also, Ally's family is a constant part in Bewitching Season. I think readers will enjoy reading about all the amazingly charming characters.

The plot and story were just plain fun. Magic, misunderstandings, and disguises filled the story with light drama. This is definitely a book to smile through! Also, the London setting is very vivid.

All in all, Bewitching Season is not to be missed. I am so glad I picked it up when I did!

4/5 bookcases

Friday, April 19, 2013

Stacking the Shelves

Hosted by the wonderful Tynga's Reviews

Don't You Wish
Article 5
Bewitching Season
Also Known As
Going Vintage
Falling Kingdoms
You Look Different in Real Life
The Collector

Wow... What a haul! I got to go to Powells and also finally got a shipment from amazon! I cannot wait to read all of Jennifer L Arementrouts books. I have so been waiting for Apollyon! I have already read both Article 5 and Bewitching Season. They were pretty awesome. Right now I am reading Also Known As.

Anyway, I hope all of you had a great week in books! Hope to see your posts soon. See you soon! By the way, does anyone have any recommendations for what I should read next?

What did you get this week? :)

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Feature and Follow Friday

Alison Can Read Feature & Follow

Q: If you could hang out with any author (living) who would it be and what would you want to do?

Hmm, maybe, okay, huh, this is hard. I have read so many awesome authors...

I got it!

Robin Benway. She writes the most fun books! I bet she would be a blast to hang out with. Ice cream, and high volume radio!
Who would you like to hang out with?

I am also now on Bloglovin!
Follow on Bloglovin

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Cover Reveal: Outcast

Just a little reveal I found! Isn't the cover pretty? I love the angel wing constellation; the mixed color of the sky really makes the stars pop! The synopsis sounds fun too.

Outcast by Adrienne Kress

After six years of “angels” coming out of the sky and taking people from her town, 16-year-old Riley Carver has just about had it living with the constant fear. When one decides to terrorize her in her own backyard, it’s the final straw. She takes her mother’s shotgun and shoots the thing. So it’s dead. Or … not? In place of the creature she shot, is a guy. A really hot guy. A really hot alive and breathing guy.

 Not sure what to do, she drags his unconscious body to the tool shed and ties him up. After all, he’s an angel and they have tricks. When he regains consciousness she’s all set to interrogate him about why the angels come to her town, and how to get back her best friend (and almost boyfriend) Chris, who was taken the year before. But it turns out the guy in her shed is just as confused about everything as she is.

 He thinks it’s 1956.

 Set in the deep south, OUTCAST is a story of love, trust, and coming of age. It’s also a story about the supernatural, a girl with a strange sense of humor who’s got wicked aim, a greaser from the 50’s, and an army of misfits coming together for one purpose: To kick some serious angel ass.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Review: Article 5

Article 5 by Kristin Simmons

New York, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C., have been abandoned.

 The Bill of Rights has been revoked, and replaced with the Moral Statutes.

 There are no more police—instead, there are soldiers. There are no more fines for bad behavior—instead, there are arrests, trials, and maybe worse. People who get arrested usually don't come back.

 Seventeen-year-old Ember Miller is old enough to remember that things weren't always this way. Living with her rebellious single mother, it's hard for her to forget that people weren't always arrested for reading the wrong books or staying out after dark. It's hard to forget that life in the United States used to be different.

 Ember has perfected the art of keeping a low profile. She knows how to get the things she needs, like food stamps and hand-me-down clothes, and how to pass the random home inspections by the military. Her life is as close to peaceful as circumstances allow.

 That is, until her mother is arrested for noncompliance with Article 5 of the Moral Statutes. And one of the arresting officers is none other than Chase Jennings—the only boy Ember has ever loved.
Article 5 was a pretty awesome book. With the exception of the MC, I really loved the setting, characters, and plot. Kristin Simmons has certainly written a really good addition to the dystopian genre. I can't wait for Breaking Point!

The main character, Ember Miller, wasn't a bad character. In fact, I did like seeing the story through her eyes.  She was a remarkably clear, caring narrater. If only I felt like she sorta stood out. I mean, we don't know much about her other than she has a mother, two best friends, and likes to read Frankenstein. Also, sometimes she fails to notice fairly obvious things. Hopefully we come to know her more in Breaking Point.

You know, the more I am thinking about it... I really did think Ember was a good character. *Sighs*. Wow, this is hard. She is realistic and smart (most of the time). Oh...I think I know how to say this... The thing that bugged me most about Ember is her lack of past. Sure, there is plenty of it included. But, like, all of it is about Chase. I need to know a little more about her than that peeps. In that aspect Ember seemed kind of flat.

The plot is killer. I was always on the edge of my seat. Fake IDs, nightmarish schools, and daring escapes. The Soldiers and Articles in our new terrifying america are particularity disturbing and cruel. This dystopian world and rule will now be on my list of most well done.

There are a lot of interesting characters. Chase, Sean, Ember's mom, Rebecca, and many more. I am mostly character oriented when I read and I definitely loved (or at least felt some sort of feeling) for all the characters. Little note: I especially hope we see this certain character, Sean, in the second book. He seems like one genuinely good person. And by the end he was on a hunt to find another real cool character I liked. I want to know if he succeeds!

Of course, in Article 5, there is a lot of drama, drama, drama. Which is something most book lovers like and expect once in a while. But, just a tip, read this book when you are in the mood for it or the plot and characters could get annoying pretty fast.

I really, really liked Article 5. I recommend it to everyone, particularly dystopian lovers.

4/5 bookcases.

Waiting on Wednesday #5


The Originals by Cat Patrick

A riveting new story from Cat Patrick, author of Forgotten and Revived.

 17-year-olds Lizzie, Ella, and Betsey Best grew up as identical triplets... until they discovered a shocking family secret. They're actually closer than sisters, they're clones.

Hiding from a government agency that would expose them, the Best family appears to consist of a single mother with one daughter named Elizabeth. Lizzie, Ella, and Betsey take turns going to school, attending social engagements, and a group mindset has always been a de facto part of life...

 Then Lizzie meets Sean Kelly, a guy who seems to see into her very soul. As their relationship develops, Lizzie realizes that she's not a carbon copy of her sisters; she's an individual with unique dreams and desires, and digging deeper into her background, Lizzie begins to dismantle the delicate balance of an unusual family that only science could have created.
Doesn't this book seem very creepy/heartwarming??? I hope it will be an interesting! It seems surreal to grow up living with clones of yourself. I just hope Cat Patrick can pull it off beautifully.

What are you waiting on? Link me up!

Monday, April 15, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday

Hosted by the Broke and the Bookish
Top Ten Tuesday REWIND -- pick a past topic you missed or one you want to revisit! Okay, so I have been searching through the past topics, and have decided to choose...Top Ten Series I have yet to finish.
1.Shadow Falls
2.The Seven Realms
3.The Iron King
4.Maximum Ride

6.The Curseworkers
7.The Demons Lexicon
8.Witch and Wizard
9. Mythos Academy
10.The Books of Bayern

These are all series that I have read the first couple books, but haven't gotten to the latest two or three!

So, what did you rewind on this week? Link me up!