WOW! I devoured this book. It was totally worth the wait at the
library and is now on my list of books to buy. I absolutely loved it.
The characters were wonderful, the story fantastic and intriguing
and I got lost in it. There were lots of innuendos but if you love a
good urban fantasy, this is it. It was full of twists and turns that
I didn't see coming and I'm ready to read it again. I can't wait for
the second book in the series to come out.
When You Reach Me Rebecca Stead
This is 2010's Newberry Award Winner. I wasn't sure about this
book. It was confusing at first, but I think that is what made me
keep reading. I wanted to find out how it all ended. By the middle
I began to figure somethings out and the ending was incredible.
I was doubting why it won the award until I finished it. It is an
enjoyable read for anyone that I highly recommend.
Evermore Alyson Noel
At first I thought this book was going to be another Twilight
knock-off but it surprised me. It definitely began as that, but
didn't end up that way. I really enjoyed this story. I liked the
concept and the characters. There was a bit of language and
some more adult situations. Right now I can't remember exactly
what they were, I just remember being disappointed and not sure
I wanted to buy the book because of it, even though I loved the story.
It is a wonderful fantasy that if you don't mind those few things
anyone would enjoy. I wouldn't not recommend it to everyone, but
if I have a good feel for the type of books you like I might send it your way.
It is a series I will continue reading because I did like the story line so much.
Marked P.C. and Kristen Cast
This book was very disappointing. Within the first two pages I
was tired of the language and basically stopped reading it. I
skimmed through the rest of the book and was able to get the
gist of it just by doing that. I am not going to read any more in
this series but I will give it create for showing what can make
strong friendships and how you treat people will in time end up
helping or hurting you. This is not a book I would recommend.