Thursday, 28 November 2013

Under the Never Sky #2 Through the Ever Night

An enticing sequel. Presenting Under the Never Sky #2 Through the Ever Night by Veronica Rossi.

Here is the summary of the book:

It's been months since Aria learned of her mother's death.

Months since Perry became Blood Lord of the Tides, and months since Aria last saw him.

Now Aria and Perry are about to be reunited. It's a moment they've been longing for with countless expectations. And it's a moment that lives up to all of them. At least, at first.

Then it slips away. The Tides don't take kindly to former Dwellers like Aria. And the tribe is swirling out of Perry's control. With the Aether storms worsening every day, the only remaining hope for peace and safety is the Still Blue. But does this haven truly exist?

Threatened by false friends and powerful temptations, Aria and Perry wonder, Can their love survive through the ever night?

In this second book in her spellbinding Under the Never Sky trilogy, Veronica Rossi combines fantasy and sci-fi elements to create a captivating adventure-and a love story as perilous as it is unforgettable.

What follows after 'Under the Never Sky' in the form of 'Through the Ever Night' is a fantastic sequel. They said Book 1 was Aria's tale and now Book 2 is Perry's story. Well they are right. Perry takes center stage in this book. And struggles to find his voice among his people. He is a blood lord now, so his first duty comes as that of his tribe's protection and well fare. He struggles because he wants Aria with him. He struggles because he knows his tribe don't seem to take him seriously and would never allow a mole to live with them. And then there is the elusive land free of the the aether ridden sky called 'the still blue', a constant motive throughout.

Now let us look towards the highlights of this story. Perry most of all owned it. You could practically feel his emotions raw and passionate within these pages. Literally you one with Perry's dilemma, and that is something an author should be proud of. Of course Perry & Aria remained strong. This time they had some big hurdles along their way and they overcame it with vigor. They say absence makes the heart grow fonder, well with the forces at work determined to keep them apart I daresay it proves to be true......

Another notable factor was the friendship between Aria & Roar, a friend who knows your every thought, in sync with you always. And of course Aria's character saw massive development. Much stronger now, she wields that knife like a pro. She is no longer the scared girl she was in 'Under the Never Sky'.

Rossi sure makes the feels come tenfold. I particularly liked her style because you can feel the raw passion or the determination of the character, which is there of course. But you actually feel like a part of the tale and that is an achievement, that is. And then twists & turns and shocking reveals and the betrayals..... well I can definitely say i'm officially counting the clock for 'Into the Still Blue'..... ha! Good thing i've got and e-arc of it, can't wait to see how it finishes.

"Enticingly apocalyptic, Veronica Rossi did a through job on this one"
Genre :      Young Adult, Post-Apocalyptic, Dystopia, Sci-fi, Romance

Publisher: HarperCollins

Release Date: 8th January, 2013

My Copy: bought (ebook)

Rate:              5/5 (It was Amazing)

Books in the series (review link):
                 #1 Under the Never Sky

Buy:           Amazon | Book Depository 

Anna #2 Girl of Nightmares

Presenting Anna #2 Girl of Nightmares by Kendare Blake.

Here is the summary of the book:

It's been months since the ghost of Anna Korlov opened a door to Hell in her basement and disappeared into it, but ghost-hunter Cas Lowood can't move on.

His friends remind him that Anna sacrificed herself so that Cas could live—not walk around half dead. He knows they're right, but in Cas's eyes, no living girl he meets can compare to the dead girl he fell in love with.

Now he's seeing Anna everywhere: sometimes when he's asleep and sometimes in waking nightmares. But something is very wrong...these aren't just daydreams. Anna seems tortured, torn apart in new and ever more gruesome ways every time she appears.

Cas doesn't know what happened to Anna when she disappeared into Hell, but he knows she doesn't deserve whatever is happening to her now. Anna saved Cas more than once, and it's time for him to return the favor.

Begins where 'Anna Dressed in Blood' left off. And must say 'Girl of Nightmares' is a change of pace. Wherein the first book, Anna Korlov throughly spooked us with her vicious after life tendencies, at the end saving Cas and his friends lives against the Obeman..... And don't forget the effort Cas put in catching her.... it was definitely the perfect Halloween read..... But what progressed was the point that never sits well with me..... the romance between a ghost and a living being.

Still Girl of Nightmares was a change of pace purely because Cas is not hunting ghosts this time but answers.He knows Anna is in hell or wherever the knife sends them but so is the Obeman and he wants to get her out of there.

While the change of pace puts the spook factor to a lower degree but what I liked of this book was that we found out more about Cas' history or more probably on that of the knife and just how dangerous it actually was. Kendare Blake presents a much subdued and calm finale to her ghostly saga..... but worry not you will find all the ghosts, secret societies and action you desire out of this book.

"An intense unraveling and action-packed finale"

Genre :      Young Adult, Paranormal, Horror, Urban Fantasy

Publisher: Tor Teen

Release Date: 7th August, 2012

My Copy: bought (ebook)

Rate:              4/5 (Really Liked It)

Books in the series (review link):
                 #1 Anna Dressed in Blood

Buy:           Amazon | Book Depository 

Conquered Earth #2 The Severed Tower

Presenting Conquered Earth #2 The Severed Tower by J. Barton Mitchell.

Here is the summary of the book:

Holt, Mira, and Max have fled Midnight City with Zoey after watching her repel an entire Assembly army. Zoey's powers are unlocked, but who and what she is remains a mystery. All she knows is that she must reach the Severed Tower, an infamous location in the middle of the world's most dangerous landscape: The Strange Lands, a place where the laws of physics have completely broken down. But the closer they get to the Tower, the more precarious things become. The Assembly has pursued Zoey into the Strange Lands. Among them is a new group, their walkers and machines strangely bereft of any color, stripped to bare metal, and whose agenda seems to differ from the rest. To make matters worse, the group hunting Holt are here, too, led by a dangerous and beautiful pirate named Ravan. So is Mira's first love, Benjamin Aubertine, whose singular ambition to reach the Tower threatens to get them all killed.

Then there's the Strange Lands themselves. They have inexplicably begun to grow, spreading outwards, becoming more powerful. Somehow, it all seems tied to Zoey herself, and the closer she gets to the Tower, the weaker she becomes.

For me this one felt so-so. Yes I actually like the first book more because of its unique setting but must say the story wasn't a memorable one. So I tumbled head first into this one. Yes, the needed element of action and adventure is there but I still got bored with it.

While the concept of the strange lands is very well done, with the almost game like feel to it, like the games where you have to solve puzzles to get to the next level and such..... Holt, Zoe and Mira were in full force as was the assembly and the tone but I still got bored.... And this is definitely the shortest ever review for me..... I know what I need to do, after I finish all of my arc(s) and review copies, i need to read it again with the first book. Maybe then I can actually appreciate it more..... So at the moment it is OK.

"A post-apocalyptic setting that gets complex by the second"

Genre :      Young Adult, Post-Apocalyptic, Dystopia, Paranormal, Sci-fi

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

Release Date: 19th November, 2013

My Copy: publisher and netgalley

Rate:              3/5 (Liked It)

Books in the series (review link):
                 #1 Midnight City

Buy:           Amazon | Book Depository 

Sunday, 24 November 2013

Owl Post #13 [November, 2013]

This meme, called Owl Post is created by Brodie of Eleusinian Mysteries inspired by In My Mailbox by The Story Siren. Been meaning to do this since forever and I just love this idea. I'm being a Ravenclaw since at the age of eleven and couldn't seem to remember to do this....kudos to Brodie for thinking about this!

Before you all proceed further, let me make something clear:-

1. Just like my IMM posts, this will not be done every Sunday but on the last Sunday of each month... the reason why you'll see a lot more books in here than normal.
2. This first Owl Post will have all the books that I received in November, 2013.
3. Also it will feature a list of recap link at the bottom of the page, which enlists all the review, interviews and tour posts I have done that particular month. Now I expect you all to visit each link and give out a comment here and there(would very much appreciate it) and you all can link your reviews too, i'd love to comment.
4. You are all welcome to share what you all got in the comment section below....i'd love to visit....

For Review




Recap Links

Saturday, 23 November 2013

Doctor Who: Who-ology

HAPPY 50TH to the best show on Earth - DOCTOR WHO..... Presenting Doctor Who: Who-ology by Cavan Scott & Mark Wright.

Here is the summary of the book:

The official miscellany, celebrating 50 years of Doctor Who.

Do you know your Sontarans from your Silurians? What are the 40 best ways to defeat a Dalek? What are the galactic coordinates of Gallifrey? Test your knowledge of the last Time Lord and the worlds he's visited in Who-ology, an unforgettable journey through 50 years of Doctor Who. Packed with facts, figures and stories from the show's entire run, this unique tour of space and time takes you from Totters Lane to Trenzalore, taking in guides to UNIT call signs, details of the inner workings of sonic screwdrivers, and a reliability chart covering every element of the TARDIS. With tables, charts and illustrations dotted throughout, as well as fascinating lists and exhaustive detail, you won't believe the wonders that await. Are you ready? Then read on, you clever boy. And remember.

I'm writing the review on the 23rd Nov.... which is incidently the day of the 50th Anniversary to 50 long years of WHO...... AWESOME. And Who-ology is equally awesome, the one book every WHO-vian should have on their shelf.

A lot of brands came up with their own products to celebrate this day but by far this is the official one and best one of the lot. From Totters Lane to Trenzalore, through UNIT history and the screwdriver that was sonic and the complexingly marvelous circuitry of the TARDIS, every facts, equations you need to know the Doctor is within these pages. With everything on our favorite time lord, his ever changing list of companion, about the enemies, so on and or forth. It explains everything one might need about how the series came to be, about how many adventures the Doctor had had on Earth or how many he had on a space ship or even distant planets.

And don't forget the anniversary episode is today... OH I AM BUBBLING WITH EXCITEMENT

We get to find out all about the Daleks, and the Snowmen, and the Ice Warriors, and the Cybermen. We get to read all about UNIT, about the one man the Doctor ever called his boss, the Brigadier. They even tell us exactly how long it would take to finish, if we start watching from William Hartnell's first Doctor..... And so much more in the 'timey-wimey' world of the Doctor..... And I think the book synopsis sums it up even more perfectly than I could.... All of 50 years of rich history on one single book....... Come on they even gave us the galactic coordinates to Gallifrey, i'm sure you all would like to set your TARDIS' to the shining world of the Time Lords.... I definitely would.

"A must have for all Whovians"
(And check out the 50 years trailer, the mini episode 'The Night of the Doctor' if you haven't checked below)

Genre :      Tie-in, Reference, Sci-fi

Publisher: BBC Books

Release Date: 2nd May, 2013

My Copy: birthday gift (hardcover)

Rate:              5/5 (It was Amazing)

Buy:           Amazon | Book Depository 

Wednesday, 20 November 2013


Proud to present Jennifer Allis Provost's COPPER RAVENS, book 2 in the Copper Girl series....

The cover was created by the most amazing Lisa Amowitz.

Book Blurb:
Sara should be happy.
She has what every girl wants: a man who loves her, a beautiful home, and wealth beyond imagining. She rescued her brother from the Peacekeepers, destroyed the Iron Queen, and doesn’t have to go to her boring job any more.
And yet… Sara still doesn’t know if her father is alive or dead. Her mother hides in the garden, brooding about her missing husband. Her sister, the Inheritor of Metal, is scared of her own shadow, and her brother spends his days fighting and gambling. To add to Sara’s misery, the new queen (gold, of course) is more than a bit crazy, she misses her life in the Mundane world, and, worst of all, Micah wants to have children. A lot of them.
As Sara wavers between happiness and homesickness, a conspiracy emerges against the Raven clan, implicating them in a plot to dethrone the Gold Queen. How can Sara prove her family’s innocence, and become the consort Micah needs her to be, without losing herself in the process?   

Author Bio:
Jennifer Allis Provost is a native New Englander who lives in a sprawling colonial along with her beautiful and precocious twins, a dog, two birds, three cats, and a wonderful husband who never forgets to buy ice cream. As a child, she read anything and everything she could get her hands on, including a set of encyclopedias, but fantasy was always her favorite. She spends her days drinking vast amounts of coffee, arguing with her computer, and avoiding any and all domestic behavior.  

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Friday, 15 November 2013

Divergent #3 Allegiant

Books, the all round perfect companion to humanity..... oh you'll know what i'm talking about in a few.... you'll know. Presenting Divergent #3 Allegiant by Veronica Roth.

Here is the summary of the book:

The faction-based society that Tris Prior once believed in is shattered—fractured by violence and power struggles and scarred by loss and betrayal. So when offered a chance to explore the world past the limits she’s known, Tris is ready. Perhaps beyond the fence, she and Tobias will find a simple new life together, free from complicated lies, tangled loyalties, and painful memories.

But Tris’s new reality is even more alarming than the one she left behind. Old discoveries are quickly rendered meaningless. Explosive new truths change the hearts of those she loves. And once again, Tris must battle to comprehend the complexities of human nature—and of herself—while facing impossible choices about courage, allegiance, sacrifice, and love.

Told from a riveting dual perspective, Allegiant, by #1 New York Times best-selling author Veronica Roth, brings the Divergent series to a powerful conclusion while revealing the secrets of the dystopian world that has captivated millions of readers in Divergent and Insurgent.

It began with a blast in 'Divergent', continued on in 'Insurgent' and manages to shake the foundations of our lives with 'Allegiant'. And I am fairly traumatized. So much so that i'm not able to clear my head to appreciate the books i'm reading now. Its not the book per say, in that context this actually is the perfect post-apocalyptic dystopia; its the traumatizing bittersweet ending that is the problem. Books are our very best of friends and books have the potential too of being the worst nightmare..... Allegiant tows the line somewhere in between.

Against my better judgement I actually knew what to expect when that moment came because a certain website called 'hypable' published a rather too spoilery review of the book..... but that definitely did not lessen the blow and by the end of it tears paved into rivers and my fragile heart was again in pieces..... figuratively of course.....

'Insurgent' showed us the truth of their city and the history of their factions. With the factionless in forced command, Tris, Tobias, Christina, Uriah, Cara and Tori decide to leave the city under the Allegiant initiative and find out the truth. What they find though is much more catastrophic than what they had in mind. The government put them in there to correct their own mistakes.

Think of it as an intensified Big Brother scenario. The government spying on the people, not interfering at most but taking some very drastic measures to serve their own cause. Correcting civilization by correcting their genes of certain undesirable traits like dishonesty, cowardice, low intelligence and to some extent the murderous intentions and violent tendencies. Traits while a part of a society are looked down upon, and people would gladly see such traits go......

But simply doing away with such things is just cop-out and barbaric. You take something that makes the person whole and leave them as such they change..... And i'm definitely certain you would not like people calling you genetically damaged..... because seriously no on can be perfect..... even the almighty is not depicted as such in the folks and the myths.

So things change drastically for Tris & Tobias. Leading to more fights, more mistakes, more altercations while they fight to hold tight to their feelings. All the Bureau wants is to keep the experiment alive by 'Resetting' everything..... resetting everything...... nobody should have that kind of power or even means to do it....... Thus Tris & Tobias find themselves again in the midst of another revolution..... this time between the GD and the GPs..... A race against time to save Chicago and bring this disaster to a stop...... and there goes Ms. Roth killing off the protagonist......

Yes there are sacrifices in a war. Yes not everyone gets their happy ending. But did she have to write such a subdued bitter-sweet ending..... Because she not only shatters our hearts but disrupts our happy place.... There is Tris who finds strength in truth, is ready to die to see Tobias and her loved ones happy and their is Tobias, who is suddenly in a vulnerable spot. Nobody likes to be called damaged as Tobias is no exception. It takes him sometimes to get over it but he does and I like him very much for that... but GOD THE LAST 40 PAGES..... even if I already knew what was going to happen, I still wasn't prepared for the effect it would have on me...... the full force with which it attacks us......

An author's mettle is proved by the plot they write but most of all is because of what their plot makes us feel...... I will definitely hope the directors change the ending for when the times comes for Allegiant to be made into a movie..... And whatever Roth comes up with next, i'll totally check it out.

"A perfect disorder and a heart shattering ending"

Genre :      Young Adult, Sci-fi, Romance, Dystopia, Post-Apocalyptic

Publisher: Harper Collin's Children's

Release Date: 22nd November, 2013

My Copy: Harper Collin's India

Rate:              4/5 (Really Liked It)

Buy:           Amazon | Book Depository 

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

After Eden #1 After Eden

Presenting After Eden #1 After Eden by Helen Douglas.

Here is the summary of the book:

Eden Anfield loves puzzles, so when mysterious new boy Ryan Westland shows up at her school she's hooked. On the face of it, he's a typical American teenager. So why doesn't he recognise pizza? And how come he hasn't heard of Hitler? What puzzles Eden the most, however, is the interest he's taking in her.

As Eden starts to fall in love with Ryan, she begins to unravel his secret. Her breakthrough comes one rainy afternoon when she stumbles across a book in Ryan's bedroom - a biography of her best friend - written over fifty years in the future. Confronting Ryan, she discovers that he is there with one unbelievably important purpose ... and she might just have destroyed his only chance of success.

There is time travel. There is Cornwall, England. There is a star-crossed romance (somewhat) and most of all it is a mission of the utmost importance and the fate of the Earth may very well depend on its success. Time travel stories seem to be in vogue these days and Helen Douglas' After Eden is a fantastic addition to the list.

A lot of novels tend to make us study..... come on now every now and then you would have come across stories that have the ability to that..... seriously this book actually made me do that.... and physics at that..... it was the topic of relativity I studied at school and made me research the studies on time travel......and that definitely does not happen everyday..... Although for me sci-fi books tend to do that a lot.

All right. All right. I bloody well loved it. The tale is quite easy to understand. Eden is the normal everyday high school girl, leading a normal high school life but things turn for the best when mysterious Ryan Westland comes to her school..... And he doesn't know what pizza is...... WOW. Ryan is on a mission to the past from 50 years in the future and Eden finds out that the safety of the Earth is in question..... definitely not a nice thought.

I absolutely liked the way Douglas told her story. As far the book is concerned only the 4th dimension time travel is mentioned and the thereafter customary detials but its good she didn't go descriptive on the science of the matter or readers would have gotten bored...... Characters are important ..... plot is too.... but most of all mission Earth is what takes first priority.

Eden & Ryan. Liked them both very much. Eden is the girl who loves to solve puzzles a lot and is a very simple and determined girl, very stubborn and loyal. to her cause as well. Ryan, well he is a mystery; doesn't know who Hitler is or what pizza is..... but on the other hand is very much a brainiac. It is when the two get together that things start to unravel. The planet, the future everything could be saved with the success of this mission...... You should read it folk, you'll enjoy it.

Helen Douglas did a fantastic job with After Eden. She took a simple but partially futuristic tale, gave it a good number of twist & turns and the romance...... don't forget the subtle romance..... Definitely excited for the sequel but got to say this book works rather well as a standalone.

"Enchanting & Unputdownable till the very end"
Genre :      Young Adult, Sci-fi, Romance, Dystopia, Time-travel

Publisher: Bloomsbury

Release Date: 7th November, 2013

My Copy: publisher & netgalley

Rate:              4/5 (Really Liked It)

Buy:           Amazon | Book Depository 

Monday, 11 November 2013

Hachette Indiapedia

Presenting Hachette Indiapedia.

Here is the summary of the book:

Tired of sifting through thousands of websites for a school projects? Bored of flipping through thick history books for an overview of a dynasty? Sick of staring at maps to understand the land forms of the country and going crazy searching the newspaper archives to understand the Reservation Bill? Don't worry! Help is at hand for Hachette brings you a super compendium of information - Indiapedia: All-India Factfinder. This useful reference book will introduce you the different aspects of India from history to economy, from geography to the flora and fauna, from sports to an Indian cinema timeline. With sections on just about every aspect of India, this book is a must-have for every student to know more about their country and use for school projects, essays, quizzes and general General Knowledge enhancement.

And that's not all, there is a special section on the 100 extraordinary things about India.

The Who's who for India. Concise facts. Indiapedia claims to be everything you need to know about India, without checking various sources on the internet. True. Very true......

And not that i'm begrudging anyone anything. People should buy this because not only does it prove for an educational read but it has everything you need to know about India.... but the thing is, it gets old very fast and it may even be useless in a year or two when something changes about India. Like the name of a state, names of state officials or even policies. then this book becomes useless.

But all the same it works for this now and works big time if you need to know something about India.

"A concise guide to India"

Genre :      Refrence

Publisher: Hachette

Release Date: 15th September, 2013

My Copy: publisher

Rate:              3/5 (Liked It)

Buy:           Hachette

Wednesday, 6 November 2013

The Naturals

HAPPY RELEASE DAY! Once in a while you get to see intelligent thrillers like this. Forgive me the review might sound disjointed, i'm still heart-broken with Allegiant and on top of that writing the review for an amazing book like this is hard enough as it is..... Presenting The naturals by Jennifer Lynn Barnes.

Here is the summary of the book:

Seventeen-year-old Cassie is a natural at reading people. Piecing together the tiniest details, she can tell you who you are and what you want. But it’s not a skill that she’s ever taken seriously. That is, until the FBI come knocking: they’ve begun a classified program that uses exceptional teenagers to crack infamous cold cases, and they need Cassie.

What Cassie doesn’t realize is that there’s more at risk than a few unsolved homicides— especially when she’s sent to live with a group of teens whose gifts are as unusual as her own.

Sarcastic, privileged Michael has a knack for reading emotions, which he uses to get inside Cassie’s head—and under her skin. Brooding Dean shares Cassie’s gift for profiling, but keeps her at arm’s length.

Soon, it becomes clear that no one in the Naturals program is what they seem. And when a new killer strikes, danger looms closer than Cassie could ever have imagined. Caught in a lethal game of cat and mouse with a killer, the Naturals are going to have to use all of their gifts just to survive.

Honestly the only other book of Jennifer Lynn Barnes I had read was 'Every Other Day' and I didn't like it that much..... But this is definitely an amazing read. An intelligent, descriptive YA thriller and I know it just released 'today' but i'm already scrambling for the sequel.

Cassie Hobbes was the perfect protagonist. She is far from perfect, naive yes but she knows at first glance who she can trust and who she can't/ Her ability of 'natural' profiler. Now that is an interesting ability, just looking at the person she can dictate their life history. Made me remember Sherlock Holmes a lot..... It was impressive enough but I daresay regular people may find it insulting if their personnel history is being recited by a stranger.

Then there were the other inmates of the house. Michael, Dean, Lia and Sloanne. All of them have their own 'natural' abilities. Michael can read emotions, Lia is a lie detector, Dean is a profiler like Cassie and Sloanne is a walking encyclopedia..... Just saying, living in a house with them, things can definitely never be boring.

And then there were two. The two love interests. Michael is the sarcastic emotions reader and he knows how best to use his abilities to the full. Dean, the broody who keeps her at arms length. But it were the interactions that mattered. The interactions of Cassie, Michael and Dean totally made the highlight of the book. It is a love triangle, i know and i hate their kind but here they played a very subtle role and the main focus was the murder mystery..... so yes the build-up was very well set.

The naturals was definitely a well written book. the crime, the cold cases, the human emotions, and the mystery of the homicides and coupled together with great characters, each in their messed up way bringing something new to this book. It takes great skill to write a criminal mystery like this and put in enough detail to make it seem real. Kudos Jennifer Lynn Barnes..... And i'll repeat i'm totally eager for the sequel.

"Incredibly magnificent and an intelligently descriptive YA mystery/thriller"

Genre :      Young Adult, Criminal Mystery, Thriller, Romance, Contemporary

Publisher: Disney-Hyperion

Release Date: 5th November, 2013

My Copy: publisher & netgalley

Rate:              5/5 (It was Amazing)

Buy:           Amazon | Book Depository 

Sunday, 3 November 2013

Reading in November!

Reading! Reading! Reading!

A Good Habit!

A Great Habit!

Yes I know I already do Owl Post at the lat sunday of every month showcasing every thing I read in that month. But a few avid reader (me in that quotient as well) got together and cooked up this new meme to share what we are going to read this month, a tentative list at best, since there is no guarantee I wouldn't read anything other than what I mention..... because I definitely could.

Well here they are I suppose (click on the images to know more about them) -

#1 Netgalley/Bought Ebooks Reading

The NaturalsAfter Eden (After Eden, #1)The Severed Tower (Conquered Earth, #2)Infinityglass (Hourglass, #3)
Curse of the Broomstaff (Janitors, #3)A Study in Silks (The Baskerville Affair, #1)A Study in Darkness (The Baskerville Affair, #2)A Study in Ashes (The Baskerville Affair, #3)
Pawn (The Blackcoat Rebellion, #1)Crystal FireUnravel Me (Shatter Me, #2)The House of Hades (The Heroes of Olympus, #4)
Through the Zombie Glass (White Rabbit Chronicles, #2)Kinslayer (The Lotus War, #2)Splintered (Splintered, #1)If I Should Die (Revenants, #3)
Of Triton (The Syrena Legacy, #2)

The Naturals - Jennifer Lynn Barnes
After Eden #1 After Eden - Helen Douglas
Conquered Earth #2 Severed Tower - J. Barton Mitchell
Hourglass #3 Infinityglass - Myra McEntire
Janitors #3 Curse of the Broomstaff - Tyler Whitesides
The Baskerville Affair #1 A Study in Silks - Emma Jane Holloway
The Baskerville Affair #2 A Study in Darkness - Emma Jane Holloway
The Baskerville Affair #3 A Study in Ashes - Emma Jane Holloway
The Blackcoat Rebellion #1 Pawn - Aimee Carter
The Hunted #2 Crystal Fire - Jordan Dane
Shatter Me #2 Unravel Me - Tahereh Mafi
The Heroes of Olympus #4 The House of Hades - Rick Riordan
White Rabbit Chronicles #2 Through the Zombie Glass - Gena Showalter
The Lotus War #2 Kinslayer - Jay Kristoff
Splintered #1 Splintered - A.G. Howard
Revenants #3 If I Should Die - Amy Plum
The Syrena Legacy #2 Of Triton - Anna Banks

#2 Paperback/Hardback Reading

Friday, 1 November 2013


Dystopian Giveaway Hop
Dystopian Giveaway Blog Hop  

Hosted by My Shelf Confessions & I Am A Reader, Not A Writer
November 1st to 7th

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