Monday 30 June 2014

June Wrap Up! -RQK

The first book I read this month was "The Kite Runner" by: Khaled Hosseini. Last month I read his second book and it was so good I decided to read his first book. This book went beyond my expectations and I highly recommend reading this book. You can read my review on it here.

The second book I read this month was "More Than This" by: Patrick Ness. I wanted to read this book when it first came out even though I didn't really know what it was about, for some reason it intrigued me. This book was one of the most unique books I've read. It was just the story itself, but also the very unique way he wrote the story. It is however slow pace which for some would make it hard to read.

The third book I read this month was "Dragon Moon" by: Carole Wilkinson. This is more of a middle-grade book. I read the first book in grade 4 and just never finished the series. I decided I would finish it and it was a good book, though its more of a children's story.

The fourth book I read this month was "Nobody" by:Jennifer Lynn Barnes. I just randomly got this book from the library as I was looking for something new to read and I was very surprised to find how much I enjoyed this book. It incorporates the whole idea of feeling invisible or unnoticed and turned it into its own unique story. It also included science elements such as talking about the energy, matter and antimatter. You can read my review here.

The fifth book I read this month was "False Memory" by: Dan Krokos. Again I randomly chose this book from the library and it was a lot better than I anticipated. I preferred Nobody over this,but this book is quite interesting and has quite a odd concept. I will definitely be reading the other books in this series.

The last book I read this month was "Steelheart" by: Brandon Sanderson. I has wanted to read this book a couple months ago however I kind of forgot and just never did read it. When I was at the library with FTM I saw it and decided I would actually read it this time. The book was nothing like I had pictured it would be, but I greatly enjoyed it. I look forward to the second book coming out soon.

June Wrap Up! - FTM

The first book I read this month was, Half-Bad by Sally Green. I really loved this book, mainly because it was so unique, and had things that you wouldn't expect. You can read me review HERE 

The second book that I read was Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare. I loved this book, it was so interesting to see a little bit of a back-story, to The Mortal Instruments. I would rate this book, a 4.5 out of 5 stars.

The third/fourth book I read or Novellas, are two short stories from The Lunar Chronicles. Glitches and The Queens Army by: Marissa Meyer. I would rate both of these short stories, a 4.5 out of 5 stars.
(If you are interested in reading these short stories, they are avaliable in the paperback version of Cinder and Scarlet the first two books in the Lunar Chronicles.)
You can read my review for Scarlet HERE

I also read the first chapter of Cress, the third book in The Lunar Chronicles. It was an amazing first chapter, and I can not wait to read the whole thing. I hope I can read it VERY SOON!

The fifth book (Novella) I read this month was, Magnus's vow by: Cassandra Clare. I would rate it a, 3
 out of 5 stars.

The Sixth book I sort of read this month was Blood Red Road by: Moira Young. I did not really enjoy this book. Although I have heard great things about it, I really could not get into it. The beginning was slow, and I couldnt get used to the writing style. I did not have the patience to read this, but I am sure if I did, I would have really enjoyed this book. Maybe in the future I will read this book, but unfortunately now is not the time.

The Seventh book I read this month was The Lost Hero by: Rick Riordan. I absolutely love Rick Riordans books, and all of the books that I have read by him have never disappointed me. He is fantastic at writing adventure books. One of the only downsides of reading this book was that I was reading the audiobook and I couldnt extend the due date for the physical book from the library.  because I didnt have the time to actually read it at the time. I still dont like audiobooks, you cant read at your own pace and this took me so long to read because I couldnt read at my own pace. The narrator was great though. 4.5 out of 5 stars!

The Eigth book I read was The Darkest Minds by: Alexandra Bracken! As I started to read this book, I quickly fell in love with the story and the concept, I made the mistake of watching a booktubers booktalk video, it had no spoilers but they had really negative things to say about the book, and I shamefully listened. I watched that video, before I finished the book and it started to change my thoughts on it, which was a bad idea. My thoughts on it are still exactly the same as they were before but may have been lowered by .5 I would rate this book a 4 out of 5 stars! You can read my review HERE!

The Ninth book I read this month was actually just a re-read. It was The Hunger Games by: Suzanne Collins. Still loved it!


  The Tenth book I read this month was the fourth book in the Vampire Academy series by: Richelle Mead. I absolutely loved this book, it was 10x better than the last books! I would rate this a solid 5 out of 5 stars!

The Eleventh book I read this month was the second book in The Heroes of Olympus series, The Son of Neptune by: Rick Riordan. I found this one alot more interesting and enjoyable than the first one. My favourite POV was probably Percy's just because I haven't read anything from him in a super long time. Rick Riordan is a fantastic author! I would rate this book a 5 out of 5 stars!

I also tried to read The Emerald Atlas but other books were distracting me. I really don't know when I'm going to read that book but it I can say that it won't be too soon.

Friday 27 June 2014

The 5th Wave: Cast

We now have the three main principal cast members to The Fifth Wave movie based off the book by: Rick Yancey.

Chloe Grace Moretz as Cassie, Nick Robinson as Ben Parish/Zombie and Alex Roe as Evan Walker. I am really excited for this movie because The Fifth Wave is one of my favourite books ever! The first casting news that fans recieved was that Chloe was going to play Cassie. Chloe has been in many, many book-movie adaptaions and she is an amazing actress. I'm really exicted for her to be playing Cassie, and I am so confident that she will play Cassie right but in her own way.

The Second character to be cast was Evan Walker, everybody loves Evan. I am one of those people, and his character was one that I was looking foward to seeing being cast. Alex Roe will be playing Evan Walker in the film, when I first saw the news I was really exicited that they finally announced it, he wasn't what I pictured. It doesn't matter what I picture or what anybody else pictures, everybody has their own distinct image of what they think the character should look like. In reality you are probably never going to have the perfect looking actor for the role.

 Some things that I don't really like about some people is that they always base their opinions based upon peoples looks or their age. I honestly couldn't care less of what they look like or what their age is, the only thing that I care about is if they can play the character well and if they can bring life to the character. I have already read comments saying that he isn't "hot" enough, or that there will be no fans of Evan anymore because he isn't attractive like he was in the books. I really just want to slap those people in the face, it isn't up to them to cast those roles. I think if we had those kinds of people casting roles, the movies wouldn't be as good because it would just be a lot of pretty faces. It's like when Sam Clafin was cast as Finnick Odair, everybody basically hated him because "he didn't look the part" but now look, everybody loves him! He blew everyone away with his potrayal. I honestly think that he will do a great job potraying Evan no matter what he looks like.

Then there is Nick Robinson playing Ben Parish. For me, it is really easy to picture him playing Ben Parish. At first it isn't, but if you really just look and think about it, it's really easy to picture it. With Nick, people are giving him more positive feedback because he is attractive... I'm not really going to get into that again. The only thing that i've seen him in was the disney film,frenemies and I don't it's good to base my opinion based off that one film because I really haven't seen him in anything else. 

I have confidence in all three actors. I believe that they will bring Rick Yancey's book to life, along with the script and everything else. They aren't what I imagined in my head, I'll admit but everybody has different images in their heads and I bet Rick Yancey does too. You don't see him going around social media and bombing the actors because they aren't attractive enough do you? He's probably just happy that it's coming together and it's actually going to happen. I mean everybody should feel that way. 

Yes movies are visual, but then again movies have actors and what do actors do? They act. Don't judge a book by it's cover.

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Wednesday 25 June 2014

The Kite Runner by: Khaled Hoosseini (2003) RQK

Short Summary: The story tells of two boys one wealthy- Amir and one a servant's son- Hassan and their friendship. It all starts with various memories of their friendship. It tells you about how they grew up together, learned to do things together, but also how they were very different and lived different lives. Later in the book after his betrayal all is left is Amir and his father. The story goes on to tell of Amir and his fathers life for the next decade or so. Only then does it reveal everything that Amir missed, everything that happened. Its also the time that Amir learns the consequences of his actions and betrayal, as well as what true loyalty is.

Kite Runner is the first novel by Khaled Hosseini. I  read his second one first "A Thousand Splendid Suns", however they have no relation so the order doesn't really matter. This books is not like the typical books reviewed on this blog. It isn't a fantasy or dystopian novel, its a story relating to truths from of this world.

The book is written from the perspective of the wealth boy Amir. Now even though I understand the importance of having a character like Amir in this story to be the way he is to emphasize the way these children's way of life can be and the truth behind these stories I didn't like his character for most of the book. My favourite character was Hassan who was the son of his father's servant. I guess if the book was on his perspective I might have a different opinion, but the book being as it is I found Amir's lack of loyalty quite appalling. I feel like I should explain this so people don't confuse what I'm saying. I completely understand that this book is no fantasy and I in know way wish it to be. However I personally am a strong believer when it comes to the loyalty you have with your friends. Especially in this circumstance when they grew up together and how Hassan has unbreakable loyalty to Amir I find everything he did to be truly horrible.

Of course though that is the whole point of this story. It tells you of the terrible things that Amir did, his betrayal, but it also talks about his redemption. Khaled incorporates other issues that go with the culture and country that his story is set in. His novel is backdropped by the devastating history of how Afghanistan came to be the country it is today. An important thing that is explored throughout the story is how in their culture, their country, the power that their fathers have over their sons.

 Overall I really enjoyed this book. It gave me insight to the lives of these people who live in these countries and the things they go through just to live. I would rate this book 5 out of 5 stars. It truly is an inspiring and tragic story. This book also has a movie which I would highly suggest watching, of course after reading the book. The second book "A Thousand Splendid Suns" will have a movie coming out in 2015.

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The Darkest Minds: Alexandra Bracken - FTM

When Ruby woke up on her tenth birthday, something about her had changed. Something alarming enough to make her parents lock her in the garage and call the police. Something that gets her sent to Thurmond, a brutal government "rehabilitation camp." She might have survived the mysterious disease that's killed most of America's children, but she and the others have emerged with something far worse: frightening abilities they cannot control.
- Goodreads 

The Darkest Minds has recieved so much praise and great feedback, and in general it sounded so interesting. It is the first book in a trilogy, the sequels are Never Fade and In the Afterlight. I went into this book having HIGH HOPES and as I read, I was not let down. I loved it, it was amazing. So I was almost half way through  the book when I decided to watch a Booktubers review/booktalk and no it did not have any spoilers, but they did have some negative things to say about it. I tend to listen to others opinions especially when it is someone that I admire. So I listened, and when I picked it back up again, my thoughts changed and I started to dislike it. It made me realize some things that didn't really matter, such as at some points it is a little boring, and the whole roadtrip thing was boring. I quickly discovered that I wasn't really reading as me. I was reading based off others opinions.

The characters in The Darkest Minds are so loveable, well some of them at least. Zu was one of the sweetest people ever, I don't know why but she reminded me alot of Olive from Miss Pregrines home for Peculiar Children by: Ransom Riggs. She was just so loveable and innocent.

Ruby is the main narrator in this book and I loved her as well. I loved how we got to see so much character development while you read this book. In most books, you don't really get to follow someones journey to becoming such a strong character.

Liam, everybody loves Liam. I have heard a lot of people say that he reminds people of Noah Shaw The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer and he totally does.  (You can read my review for The Evolution of Mara Dyer HERE) He is one of those characters that I think everyone loves and can't hate.

Then there is Chubbs.... Earlier on, someone commented on my Instagram "She is an evil writer" I did not understand this, but I had heard and read that she broke people hearts and things.... If you haven't read the book please skip this part..... SHE KILLS CHUBBS!!! So Chubs is another one of those loveable characters, but he hates new comers... so as i'm writing this review, I am thinking "Who does he remind me of?" He reminds me of, Alec Lightwood from The Mortal Instruments series. (You can read my COHF HERE) He didn't really like Ruby in the beginning and would tell her to do what's best and leave. 

This book does have some difficulty with explaining things, such as the powers, the colours and the flashbacks so it is quite confusing to read at times. Overall this book was great! I recommend to go into this book with nothing in your head. DO NOT LISTEN TO OTHERS OPINIONS! If you are planning on reading this book, it's better to go into it without knowning anything. 

I would rate this book a 4 out of 5 stars! I hope you enjoyed readin this review, please feel free to subscribe/follow our blog! 

Friday 20 June 2014

Saying goodbye to: The Hunger Games

If you have been living under a rock for the past 3 or 4 years you probably won't understand a word I am writing. Today's subject is about The Hunger Games series/franchise coming to an end. Technically it is not really the end, but today marks the day of mockingjay part 1&2 finally wrapping on set. (June 20th, 2014) 


I read the books after the first movie came out. (Yes i'm one of those fans.) I remember that day so well, the only reason I went to go and see it was because everyone else had saw it and I felt like an outsider. I had seen trailers for it everywhere and promotions for it everywhere and it never really caught my eye. I still remember glancing up to the TV and seeing the trailer but I wasn't really paying attention, so I thought the movie was about a beauty pagent which I guess isn't entirely wrong but it was really far off from what it was actually about.

I read the books in less then a week, I developed a hate for Gale, fell in love with Peeta Mellark but most importantly, I fell in love with the series. I have loved the books and I have loved the movies and now knowning that they have finished filming and there will only be two more movies is so bittersweet. It was amazing experiencing how this franchise grew and grew, watching trailers and interviews but it is so sad that it is coming to an end. It seems like it could go on forever, but it can't.

The entire franchise does mean something to me, before the hunger games the only novels I read were classics and children's fantasy. I would read nothing else, I stayed in my little comfort zone and I was afraid to leave it. Any other genre was a danger zone. Then everything changed once I saw the movie. I was introduced into a whole new world, new characters, new people and I couldn't stop talking about it. After I read the books, I would start making fan-made trailers with my friends and posting them to youtube (Which have been deleted) and I would buy useless merchandise. This wasn't normal for me, I literally couldn't stop myself from obsessing over this series This series literally morphed me into a fangirl. I mean yes, there were other series that I freaked over like Harry Potter. (I grew up watching the movies, and read the books after the last film.) but I had known about those characters all my life, and there was nothing new to look foward to.

The series had characters that I could connect to, to care about and well to fangirl over. I will admit, the writing isn't that great but the whole concept and all of the characters is what makes it amazing.

The Hunger Games really did open my eyes to discovering new things. If I never read those books I probably wouldn't have read/discovered Divergent, Legend, The fifth wave. If I was still in my little safety zone those books would be considered THE DANGER ZONE. Now I still prefer fantasy and dystopian but I am willing to read other books. I have always loved reading, but The Hunger Games mainly just enhanced my love for books.

Looking back on these memories and things, it now makes me wonder what my life could've been like if I hadn't discoverd The Hunger Games or if it had never even existed. I could have been a completly different person and I wouldn't have created this blog with my friend. I have no idea how many times I've re-read those books, but I do know that they impacted my life and they have a special meaning to me, and it isn't just The Hunger Games, there are so many other series that have the same meaning to me but each means something different. You never really know how much something means to you until it's gone...

Monday 16 June 2014

Narnia Withdrawls

I have this thing, and I can`t really share it with anybody. So I have turned to the Internet! I am a huge fan of The Chronicles of Narnia. I love the concept, and I love all of the stories. C.S. Lewis has written a masterpiece. It is one of my all time favourite series. I am personally a fan of both the books and the movies. I have no problems with either of them. Then what is my problem? 

Every time I read the books, or watch the movies. To be more specific, Prince Caspian and The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, I just get so sad. I am left teary eyed, and I will be an emotional mess. I always try to explain it to people, and they always look at me like I am crazy. I am always so sad because Aslan says that they will not be able to return to Narnia, because they have grown up. I will be always dreading the end because I will be sitting there, “BUT-BUT THEY ARE YOUR KINGS AND QUEENS OF OLD! WHY CAN`T YOU JUST GROW UP THERE AND THEN GO BACK TO YOUR WORLD WHEN YOUR OLD SO YOU CAN BE YOUNG AGAIN!Not to mention, all of the movies have really, really sad songs. 

Whenever I read these, I always forget that they have technically literally grew-up in Narnia. So they would have to grow-up twice... Really, even as I am writing this I am already getting really sad. I just adore this series so much, and I love the whole franchise and I am really excited for the next movie, The Magicians Nephew which is the prequel to the series. I do wish that, they would make The Last Battle as the next movie, because I love the Pevensie children and the actors are actually of age of what the characters are in the books. It would be so awesome. I think fans of the series would be excited as well.

That would be a dream come true, if The last battle became a movie! Fans of the movies and not the books could be very confused on why the children are not in the movies. Yes it would be awesome to have the prequel, but it would also be nice to have a Pevensie reunion. The voyage of the dawn treader was not a good ending for the movies, and for the Pevensie children. Fans of the movies are left sitting in their seats, only knowing that they NEVER return to Narnia. Yes that is kind of true, but there is so much more to the story, that fans might be interested in seeing. 

C.S. Lewis is such an amazing author, it is brilliant how he connected christianity to his own books. It made them so unique and brilliant and loveable. The idea of a magical world, filled with talking animals, daring adventures, kings and queens, white witches, a magestic talking lion and just magic in general is so beautiful. These books were written beautifully, they are probably the happiest sadest books that I have ever read. 

I cannot express how much I love this series. Yes I will always get sad when I watch the films, and when I read the books but I will never get tired of reading and watching this amazing series.

Tuesday 3 June 2014

Half Bad: Sally Green - FTM


Half-Bad by Sally green is the first book to a new trilogy. It follows the character Nathan, who is half-black-witch and half white-witch. In this world, black-witches are supposed to be killed on sight. Nobody knows what to do with Nathan, they can't decide either to kill him or not to kill him. Nathan's parents are both very well known, his mom is a very honorable white-witch and his father is the most powerful, evil and most gruesome black-witch that exists. Nobody in Nathan's life really likes or cares for him in his early life, besides his half-sister Deborah, his half-brother Arron, his grandmother gran and his girlfriend Annalise. His story leading up to him eventually being held hostage, and tortured is so heartbreaking. His freedom was basically being ripped away from him almost everyday, and everyone would always call him a black-witch and that he would someday die. One of the scenes in this book that was so graphic and cruel was the scene with Annalise's brothers. The people who know of their relationship do not approve of it, especially because Annalise comes from a pure line of white-witches. So in this scene, her brothers are beating him up, and pinning him to the ground, and they grab a knife and carve BW into his back...

Most of the time in this book, Nathan is trapped in a cage being tortured and doing physical circuits. Just before he was trapped in this cage, Nathan was taken away from his family and by the time he get's out, he hasn't seen his family in at least two years. The amount of character growth that happens in this book is absolutely amazing. Nathan goes from a weak worthless whet into a strong witch.

Other reviews that I have read, all say the same thing. It's so unique. I agree with every single person who has read and reviewed it. It is incredibly unique. I feel like I've read a lot of witch books but I actually haven't, I actually think half-bad may be one of the only witch books that I have read. So in this world, witches live among humans but they don;'t know that, but before anyone becomes an actual witch, they are known as a whet. On their seventeenth birthday, there is a celebration called the giving. The giving is a ritual where your parents or your ancestors give you three gifts, make you drink their blood and help you discover your special gift, after this ritual you are officially a witch. The giving, I found was very unique. As Nathan's siblings slowly start turning seventeen and having their givings, he starts to question if he's going to receive his three gifts and become a witch. One of his only solutions to this problem is his father.

Everyone see's Nathan's father, Marcus as pure evil. He is, he murdered Nathan's siblings father and he eats the hearts of witches he wants the gift of. He fell in love with Nathan's mother and they had Nathan together, at the time Nathan's mother was actually married to her husband who we know he murdered. Everyone see's him as cruel except Nathan. He believes that his father truly cares and loves him, and wants to give him his three gifts. Often, Nathan would have fantasies about his father. This part of the story, I really loved. We don't really get to see a child who has an evil parent truly care for them, and expect them to someday come for them. 

Marcus, has visions. There are only two things that can kill him. A knife called the fairborn and his own son, Nathan. I loved Nathan's loyalty towards his father even though he was a black-witch, and had barely even knew him. I would really like to see how their relationship turns out in the future books and there are so many unanswered questions that I am sure that many people would like to read about.

To wrap this review up, I'm going to rate this book a 4 out of 5 stars. It was really unique and had incredible character growth. It had interesting twists, and was fantastic for a debut novel. I do encourage everybody to go and read it, it won't be a waste of your time. 

Sunday 1 June 2014

May Wrap Up! - RQK

The first book I read this month was "A Thousand Splendid Suns" by: Khaled Hosseini. I honestly didn't think I would have much interest in this book, but I found it to be amazing and very real. It is quite sad and in no way ends in a happy ending, however it is great if your looking to read a realistic story.

The second book I read this month was "Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment" by: James Patterson. I had heard about this series many times however I never thought to actually read it. When FTM and I went to the library I decided to try it out. I absolutely got hooked on this series. A review will be up later on in June.

The third, fourth fifth and sixth books I read this month are also all from James Patterson's Maximum ride series. "Maximum Ride: School's Out Forever", "Maximum Ride: Saving The World and Other Extreme Sports", "Maximum Ride: Final Warning", and "Maximum Ride: Max". As I said previously I got hooked on this series and have almost finished it.

The final book I read this month was "City of Heavenly Fire"  by: Cassandra Claire. I loved this book and I highly recommend for everyone to read this series. Though I suggest reading the Clockwork series before this as parts of this book will ruin some things in Cassandra's other series. You can read FTM's review on this HERE!

The Son of Sobek/The Staff of Serapis By: Rick Riordan (2013/2014) - RQK


The Son of Sobek and The Staff of Serapis are short story cross-overs of Rick Riordan's Kane Chronicles and The Hero's of Olympus series. In this first story it tells of Carter Kane meeting a mysterious boy, Percy Jackson. Their meeting was very sudden and surprising, Percy had saved Carter and asked for an explanation as to why Carter was here. However they didn't get anywhere with that as they couldn't identify each other as either a demigod or magician which resulted in much confusion and an accidental hit from Carter onto Percy resulting in a fight between them. The fight later subdued and they were able to clear up that they weren't enemies and that they needed to work together to get the monster.

I found this beginning part intriguing as I was very curious about what would happen with them finding out about the various gods and cultures that actually exist. I also found it interesting to get a glimpse of how their various powers and talents would match up when faced against each other. However I think the fact that they were able truce to save people from the monster shows that no matter where they come from in the end they have the same goal and that working together is the best and most efficient way to achieve it.

During their fight with the monster Percy and Carter both are surprised with each others talents and abilities however they manage to keep their focus on the monster and continue battling it. Using their combined abilities they were able to defeat the monster together. Afterwards they decide that it is probably in their best interest to not tell each other anything more about each other or their worlds.

I found this story to be a great cross-over and I very much hope that he creates some sort of series off of this. The Son of Sobek provides something like a teaser to what could be possible in the future for these two series, but it also provides some information and a battle to hook you on this in a more intense way then a regular teaser would. Even though this story is short it still had the excellent quality of writing that all Rick Riordan's books have. I would give this book a 5 out of 5 stars as it was a great story, and I have no complaints about it other then I wish it was its own book. I look forward to possibly reading more of this cross-over in the future.

In the second story Annabeth runs into a unique girl, Sadie Kane while face to face with a monster in a subway train. Annabeth on her way to Percy's place runs into a monster. The monster is special in more ways than Annabeth first realizes. While following the monster she sees that it is surrounded by Greek letters along with hieroglyphics, Egyptian hieroglyphs.

I expected this story to be much on its own and have no connection to The Son of Sobek, but I was wrong. This story very much connects with Rick Riordan's other stories including the previous Hero's of Olympus books as it mentions the Argo II ship. I have heard about the Egyptian and Greek gods, however I have never heard of the god Serapis which was a god that binds the Greek and Egyptian religions. I love how Rick Riordan takes real gods, and their stories and adds a modern day twist to them to create his own stories. I find it much more fascinating to learn so much about these ancient religion through his stories then just plainly studying them.

Annabeth then runs into Sadie who is fighting off what appears to be a black labrador retriever. Later Annabeth wakes up to have a confusing conversation with Sadie in which they find out that they really are from two different types of magical culture religions. They also connect The Son of Sobek story to this one by Annabeth bringing up Percy's encounter with Carter. Unlike Carter and Percy though Sadie and Annabeth liked and trusted each other quite quickly. They walk into battle only to see things flying everywhere, something, someone was building something. This someone turned out to be a god, Serapis.

I really liked this story even more then I liked The Son of Sobek. In this the Egyptian and Greek religions were much more crossed and interrelated which made it very fascinating to read. Though it is a short story much is revealed in very little time. In this story it mentions Alexander the Great and how there is a city named after him in Egypt. To my surprise this fact that I learned from reading this story came in handy in school. I realized now more then before how these stories are actually teaching me things without my knowing. I give this story a 5 out of 5 as I did for the other short story as it is fantastic and I highly recommend reading both of these short stories.


May Wrap Up! - FTM

The First book I read this month, was The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin. I absolutely loved this book! It was so creepy and fun! You can read my Review HERE

The second book I read this month was The Evolution of Mara Dyer which is the second book in this series. This book was 10x creepier and I love creepy stuff! You Can read my review HERE

The third and final book I read this month was City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare! This book was absolute perfection! I rated it a 10 out of 5 stars! You can read my Review HERE