August 30, 2009

Review: Gods of Midnight Series by Deidre Night

I won the first two books of this series over @Gena Showalter’s Blog
and finally started reading them. The story is all about our Spartan heroes. And yes, these heroes are the same Spartans we all know from 300 and they’re as good looking as Gerard Butler. The story starts after the end of the movie so it’s a perfect opportunity to watch it again. *yummy*

Book 1: Red Fire

Ajax, the youngest of the warriors, finds himself in Savannah, Georgia, poised for a final battle against Sable, his greatest demon foe. Over one thousand years ago, Jax stripped Sable of his wings and transformed him into a twisted centaur. Now Sable has returned for nothing less than brutal vengeance...

It’s in Savannah that Jax encounters the beautiful Shay Angel—the great love of his life prophecied to him more than a thousand years ago. Jax will do anything to protect her from Sable’s demonic onslaught, but Shay isn’t one to stand on the sidelines. Especially since she has her own historical ties to Ancient Greece...(by


Ajax is not happy with his immortal existence. Very understandable in my opinion. 2000 years of battling the bad and saving mankind but no real meaning of life for himself. He loves his Spartan brothers and he adores his “mission” but he misses something, or better said someone. The oracle prophecied him a soulmate but that was for over 2000 years and really: no-one can wait so long without getting a little impatient.

Shay just lost her mother and now has to face the problems left concerning family and their business. She lives in a world of demon hunters- every man in their bloodline has this calling and battles the creatures of the night. Only problem is she would like to do the same but the girls aren’t allowed to and what’s more important she shouldn’t be able to see the demons at all. The whole thing gets more confusing when she gets this letter stating that she’s adopted and has the ability to see demons cuz she doesn’t really belong to her family. Now she doesn’t know who to believe and what to do about all this.
They both get together when Shay is attacked of a horde of demons and Jax tries to save her and realizes who he finally has found.

Deidre's writing is full of love and passion. Every time I read her I feel like I could live of her words alone. The characters are complex, sometimes quirky but always lovable, the world is wonderful and full of different facets. I love the way she throws us in the middle of the action and let us see the whole story through the eyes of many characters. In this book is so much story but I never felt overwhelmed. The end was a little predictable but perhaps I just
guesses right.

Book 2: Red Kiss


Spartan slave River Kassandros can transform into any weapon. After a bloody battle he’s forever a dagger—until a mortal can release him. Drawn to this blade, Emma Lowery draws blood with it and frees River. But even as they fight off intense passions, a sinister power arises to destroy them. To protect humankind, they may have to make the ultimate sacrifice—and lose their chance at love
... (by


River is our typical no-confidence Hero. He is a slave and feels like one. (Nearly) All his Spartan brothers support and value him but he don’t seem to accept this. His biggest dream is to be free and to fight with his brothers as a Spartan warrior- same rights and all. He wants to live his own live, to be fully independent and to be his own master. Not only is he bound to Ajax as a herlot he also has the ability/curse to turn into a mighty weapon. This sounds really great but the down point is his condition after he changes back- he turns into berserker with a quite intense sex-drive. No real good condition to meet a lovely girl like Emma.

Emma is Shays cousin and a Listener. She can hear the demons but not see them. She tried to bury her ability deep inside herself after a tragic incident in her past but when she frees River after his 4 months long imprisonment in weapon form there seems to be no way she can hide from her destination any longer. She is strong and is not afraid to go the path life shows her, together with River for their future.
The love between Emma and River is so pure- they are really made for each other. The way their connection builds up through the story is perfectly developed.

The story is fast paced and so full of action I sometimes was afraid to breath cuz I didn’t want to miss something. The life of our Spartans gets more complicated in this book and each one of them has to face a decision in this book. The secondary characters play a big role in this book and I loved it. The story gets so much more depth because of this. It’s also a really good foundation for the next books. I can’t decide who’s story I want to read next- best option would be all at the same time. LOL! She made me really curious here.
Great book with a good cliffhanger in the end so now I’m counting the days till the next book is released.

To learn more about Deidre Knight visit her website here.

To learn more about these wonderful Spartans take a look at their website here.

The Gods of Midnight Series:
1. Red Fire: Reviews @
Goodreads; buy @amazon
2. Red Kiss: Reviews @
Goodreads; buy @amazon
3. Red Angel (release in 2010)
4. Red Demon ( release in 2010)


August 26, 2009

SF/F/H Reviewer Linkup Meme, 2nd Edition

John over at Grasping for the Wind compiled this wonderful list of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror review Blogs. Great work John! If you like to join the list just go here.


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7 Foot Shelves

The Accidental Bard

A Boy Goes on a Journey

A Dribble Of Ink

Adventures in Reading

A Fantasy Reader

The Agony Column

A Hoyden's Look at Literature

A Journey of Books

All Booked Up

Alexia's Books and Such...

Andromeda Spaceways

The Antick Musings of G.B.H. Hornswoggler, Gent.

Ask Daphne

ask nicola

Audiobook DJ


Australia Specfic In Focus

Author 2 Author



Barbara Martin

Babbling about Books

Bees (and Books) on the Knob

Best SF

Bewildering Stories

Bibliophile Stalker


Big Dumb Object

The Billion Light-Year Bookshelf

Bitten by Books

The Black Library Blog

Blog, Jvstin Style

Blood of the Muse

The Book Bind



Booksies Blog


The Book Smugglers


The Book Swede

Book View Cafe [Authors Group Blog]

Breeni Books


Cheaper Ironies [pro columnist]

Charlotte's Library

Circlet 2.0

Cheryl's Musings

Club Jade

Cranking Plot

Critical Mass

The Crotchety Old Fan


Daily Dose - Fantasy and Romance

Damien G. Walter

Danger Gal

It's Dark in the Dark

Dark Parables

Dark Wolf Fantasy Reviews

Darque Reviews

Dave Brendon's Fantasy and Sci-Fi Weblog

Dead Book Darling

Dear Author

The Deckled Edge

The Doctor is In...

Dragons, Heroes and Wizards

Drey's Library

The Discriminating Fangirl

Dusk Before the Dawn


Enter the Octopus

Erotic Horizon

Errant Dreams Reviews

Eve's Alexandria


Falcata Times

Fan News Denmark [in English]

Fantastic Reviews

Fantastic Reviews Blog

Fantasy Book Banner

Fantasy Book Critic

Fantasy Book Reviews and News

Fantasy By the Tale

Fantasy Cafe

Fantasy Debut

Fantasy Dreamer's Ramblings


Fantasy Magazine

Fantasy and Sci-fi Lovin' News and Reviews

Feminist SF - The Blog!


Fiction is so Overrated

The Fix

The Foghorn Review

Follow that Raven

Forbidden Planet

Frances Writes

Free SF Reader

From a Sci-Fi Standpoint

From the Heart of Europe

Fruitless Recursion

Fundamentally Alien

The Future Fire


The Galaxy Express


Game Couch

The Gamer Rat

Garbled Signals

Genre Reviews


The Geeky Bookworm

Got Schephs

Graeme's Fantasy Book Review

Grasping for the Wind

a GREAT read

The Green Man Review

Gripping Books



Hero Complex

Highlander's Book Reviews


The Hub Magazine

Hyperpat's Hyper Day


I Hope I Didn't Just Give Away The Ending

Ink and Keys

Ink and Paper

The Internet Review of Science Fiction



Janicu's Book Blog

Jenn's Bookshelf

Jumpdrives and Cantrips


Kat Bryan's Corner

Keeping the Door

King of the Nerds


Lair of the Undead Rat

Largehearted Boy

Layers of Thought

League of Reluctant Adults

The Lensman's Children

Library Dad

Libri Touches

Literary Escapism

Literaturely Speaking

ludis inventio

Lundblog: Beautiful Letters


Mad Hatter's Bookshelf and Book Review

Mari's Midnight Garden

Mark Freeman's Journal

Mark Lord's Writing Blog

Marooned: Science Fiction Books on Mars

Martin's Booklog


Michele Lee's Book Love

Missions Unknown [Author and Artist Blog Devoted to SF/F/H in San Antonio]

The Mistress of Ancient Revelry

MIT Science Fiction Society

Monster Librarian

More Words, Deeper Hole

Mostly Harmless Books

Multi-Genre Fan

Musings from the Weirdside

My Favourite Books

My Overstuffed Bookshelf


Neth Space

The New Book Review


Not Free SF Reader



OF Blog of the Fallen

The Old Bat's Belfry

Only The Best SciFi/Fantasy

The Ostentatious Ogre

Outside of a Dog



Pat's Fantasy Hotlist

Patricia's Vampire Notes

The Persistence of Vision

Piaw's Blog

Pizza's Book Discussion

Poisoned Rationality

Popin's Lair


Post-Weird Thoughts

Publisher's Weekly

Pussreboots: A Book Review a Day



Ramblings of a Raconteur

Random Acts of Mediocrity

Ray Gun Revival

Realms of Speculative Fiction

Reading the Leaves

Review From Here

Reviewer X

Revolution SF

Rhiannon Hart

The Road Not Taken

Rob's Blog o' Stuff

Robots and Vamps


Sandstorm Reviews

Satisfying the Need to Read

Science Fiction and Fantasy Ethics

Science Fiction Times


Sci-Fi Blog


Sci-Fi Fan Letter

The Sci-Fi Gene

Sci-Fi Songs [Musical Reviews]

SciFi Squad

Scifi UK Reviews

Sci Fi Wire

Self-Publishing Review

The Sequential Rat

Severian's Fantastic Worlds

SF Diplomat



SF Gospel


SF Revu

SF Safari


SF Signal

SF Site

SFF World's Book Reviews

Silver Reviews

Simply Vamptastic

Slice of SciFi

Smart Bitches, Trashy Books

Solar Flare

Speculative Fiction

Speculative Fiction Junkie

Speculative Horizons

The Specusphere


Spiral Galaxy Reviews

Spontaneous Derivation

Sporadic Book Reviews

Stainless Steel Droppings

Starting Fresh

Stella Matutina

Stuff as Dreams are Made on...

The Sudden Curve

The Sword Review


Tangent Online

Tehani Wessely

Temple Library Reviews

Tez Says

things mean a lot [also a publisher]

True Science Fiction


Ubiquitous Absence



Urban Fantasy Land


Vast and Cool and Unsympathetic

Variety SF

Veritas Omnia Vincula


Walker of Worlds

Wands and Worlds


Wendy Palmer: Reading and Writing Genre Books and ebooks

The Weirdside

The Wertzone

With Intent to Commit Horror

The Wizard of Duke Street

WJ Fantasy Reviews

The Word Nest


The World in a Satin Bag


The Written World



Young Adult Science Fiction



Cititor SF [with English Translation]




Foundation of Krantas

The SF Commonwealth Office in Taiwan [with some English essays]

Yenchin's Lair






Fernando Trevisan

Human 2.0

Life and Times of a Talkative Bookworm

Ponto De Convergencia




Fantasy Seiten

Fantasy Buch

Fantasy/SciFi Blog


Welt der Fantasy

Bibliotheka Phantastika

SF Basar

Phantastick News



Phantastick Couch


Fantasy News

Fantasy Faszination

Fantasy Guide

Zwergen Reich

Fiction Fantasy


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August 23, 2009

Thorn Queen by Richelle Mead


Eugenie Markham is a shaman for hire, paid to bind and banish creatures from the Otherworld. But after her last battle, she’s also become queen of the Thorn Land. It’s hardly an envious life, not with her kingdom in tatters, her love life in chaos, and Eugenie eager to avoid the prophecy about her firstborn destroying mankind. And now young girls are disappearing from the Otherworld, and no one—except Eugenie—seems willing to find out why.

Eugenie has spilled plenty of fey blood in her time, but this enemy is shrewd, subtle, and nursing a very personal grudge. And the men in her life aren't making things any easier. Her boyfriend, Kiyo, is preoccupied with his pregnant ex, and sexy fey king Dorian always poses a dangerous distraction. With or without their help, Eugenie must venture deep into the Otherworld and trust in an unpredictable power she can barely control. Reluctant queen or not, Eugenie has sworn to do her duty—even if it means facing the darkest—and deadliest—side of her nature…


This is the second book in the Dark Swan series and I was totally obsessed to get my hands on it. After a long wait in finally arrived at my door and I stopped all my other reading to get this one started. And I was not disappointed at all.

This book starts a few months after the first one. Kiyo moved in with Eugenie, she still fulfills her shaman duties and tries to ignore her queenish obligations. At another duty visit to the Otherworld, a baby shower which was bad enough, she discovers how her people suffer. She never thought about the consequences of turning a land into a desert- what this would mean to her people. Without water and enough to eat they all think its her way to punish them. But that's not the whole problem- gentry girls are disappearing and Eugenie can't turn her back on these problems. Kiyo is mostly busy with Maiwenn and the soon to born Child and surprisingly Dorian is helping her as much as he can.

This book is a little different from the first one. It seems more serious and troubled. Eugenie is torn between the Human and Gentry world more than ever. Which obligations are more important? Is a Human worth more than a Gentry? Is Dorian really only a player? Will Kiyo stay at her site or go back to Maiwenn? Just a few questions she ponders in this book. The whole story is fast paced and runs from one complication into the other. The characters are well drawn and shine from within. I loved the way the story unfolded itself until I reached the last 90 pages. No fun there! I don't want to spoil the book but I don't like the ending so much.
So OK I have to spoil it:
Spoiler starts here:

I hate the way she turns Kiyo down in the end. OK he's not my hero or something but she does because of everything that happened to her and seriously she hates him cuz he didn't want to kill this guy. At this point I was really disappointed. And than she jumps straight in Dorian's arms after she has been raped for a week. Seriously, does anyone believe this? And this sentence: "Make this my memory?" Oh please. At this point I was tempted to through this book wide away. But perhaps I'm just a little bit overreacting. Anyone else found this crazy?

end spoiler!!

So after all it was a good book but the end ruined it a bit. I'm curious about what will happen next.
4 of 5 stars

More infos about Richelle Mead @ her website.

The Dark Swan Series:
1. Storm Born: my review; reviews @goodreads; buy @amazon
2. Thorn Queen: ; reviews @goodreads; buy @amazon
3. Iron Crowned (release in 2010)


August 20, 2009

Review: Leader of the Pack by Karen MacInerney


On the outside, Sophie Garou is living every woman's dream: she has beauty, brains, and a big-time position in Austin's most respected accounting firm (not to mention a very sexy, very successful new boyfriend). But there's one Sophie would rather keep under wraps: she is a werewolf.

Sophie's life gets a little more hairy when her long-estranged father, Luc, arrives in the Live Music Capital to attend the werewolves' annual Howl and reconnect with his daughter. But Luc's plans fall apart after he's accused of murder and arrested by his arch rival, Wolfgang, leader of the Houston pack (and one notoriously dirty dog). Wolfgang drools at the thought of Luc's impending execution, but Sophie won't let her father die without a fight. Determined to prove his innocence, she and her friends set out to find the real killer. Along the way, Sophie must deal with taboo attractions, Machiavellian intrigues, sinister agendas, and hair-raising betrayals.


This is the third book in the Tales of an Urban Werewolf series. This book changes everything in Sophie's world. After 28 years of abstinence she meets her father and she isn't very about this fact from the beginning. Luc Garou is really annoying with his "we are better than the Germans"(I'm so not feeling for Luc- LOL) and you should take over Wolfgang's pack. He's a real Casanova and tries to charm his way in her heart and mind. She doesn't want to have him in her life but she most definitely doesn't want him dead. So she has to save his life when he is accused of being a murder and she has to pull all strings available to her to achieve it.
Sophie tries many things, some more permanent than expected, and seems to run from one dead end to the other. But she doesn't want to give up.
In the middle of this unsolvable situation Marc is pushing her buttons more then ever. He's possessive as Hell and this is no understatement. He offers his help to save her dad but that seems to have a catch, a real big one.
Lindsey still wants to become a werewolf and her advances become more serious.
The real big help is Tom and Sophie is really glad to have him around so much. Who can hold that against her? But he's also still seeing Lindsay- are real dilemma for our little werewolf.

The story is full of new revelations and turnarounds. I was gripped by this story and all the action going on in it from the beginning. But one thing was missing: All the funny situations that made this series so special. You know, these clumsy or embarrassing moments that made me laugh my ass off. OK there were a few funny and witty things but not at all enough for my taste.
After all, it's a good book and I hope we will get a fourth book in this series.
4 of 5 stars

More infos about Karen Macinerney at her website!
Tales of an Urban werewolf:
1.Howling at the Moon, Reviews @goodreads, buy @amazon
2.On the Prowl; Reviews @goodreads, buy @amazon
3. Leader of the Packl; Reviews @goodreads, buy @amazon


August 16, 2009

In my Mail this week!!!

The post office got really busy this week and finally brought most of my books:

Amazon delivered two long awaited books:

- Skinwalker by Faith Hunter

- Leader of the Pack by Karen MacInerney

I also got a few books I won at contests:

- a signed copy of Red-Headed Stepchild by Jaye Wells which I won @twitter (my review)

- a signed copy of Red Fire & Red Kiss by Deidre Knight which I won @Gena Showalter's Blog

- a signed copy of Demon Inside by Stacia Kane which I won @her Blog

I started Skinwalker and Leader of the Pack and they're both really great so far.


August 8, 2009

Review: Midnight's Master by Cynthia Eden

In a world of shadows, desire conquers all...

Tall, dark, and formidable, Niol Lapen is the last demon on earth most people would ask for a favor, yet the sexy little reporter who wanders into his club dares to do exactly that. Holly Storm already knows too much about his kind, and Niol has no wish to help her get in deeper over her head. But working alongside her may be the only way to stop a killer, even as it ignites a primal desire unlike anything he's known.

Holly has seen firsthand what Niol is capable of, but that doesn't frighten her nearly as much as her body's instinctive reaction to him, or the wild, fierce passion that would tempt her to follow him through hell itself. Something evil and relentless is prowling the streets of Atlanta. And as Holly's search leads her into danger that even Niol could never have predicted, she'll uncover a secret that could rip her world apart. (by


The third book of the Midnight Trilogy is about the little noisy TV reporter Holly Storm. Since her confrontation with the world of the Other in the last book she sees the world with different eyes. She knows what these Others can do but she don't let herself be intimidated and stays true to her mission: discovering the truth and show it to the world. The whole mess starts when one of her demon informants is killed and she feels determinate to find the one responsible and bring him to justice. She contacts Niol Lapen, sexy level ten demon and mister wet dream in one person. Niol is full of destructive powers and a not so minor attraction to Holly. He tries to shove her as far away as possible while still saving her from her noisy self and its consequences.

Both characters are very fascinating and they held my attention from the beginning. OK, I admit it: Niol had my attention from the first book of the series but I'm a sucker for misunderstood bad guys. ;-) He's very mysterious and so adorable when he starts caring for Holly's wellbeing. He never tries to hide his bad sides and flaws but he don't seem to notice the good ones. I now have the opinion it can't be bad to have your on demon.
Holly is strong and willful despite her knowledge that she's week in comparison to the Others. She never gives up and don't hush away when a certain demon wants her to.

The story itself is breathtaking and fast-paced. Eden's writing style is so gripping that I forgot time completely while reading. Definitely the best book so far in this series and I so hope there will be more despite the name as trilogy. We still have so many things to discover and I want to read it all.

For more Information about this series & her other books visit Cynthia Eden's website:

Midnight Trilogy:
1. Hotter After Midnight: Reviews @goodreads, buy @amazon
2. Midnight Sins: Reviews @goodreads, buy @amazon
3. Midnight Master: Reviews @goodreads, buy @amazon


August 7, 2009

Exams & Award Celebration!

Hurray, my exams are over. Everyone take a glass and now we celebrate:

First I will spread a little award-love into the bloggosphere:
Thanks again to all who gave this awards and also thanks to all the people who visit my blog and leave a comment. I'm really happy how this whole blogging thing worked out for me. It's a great feeling to achieve something and to have someone who notices this. You people are really great. Thanks.

I got the Lemonade Award from Shellie @ Layers of Thought. The Lemonade Award is a feel good award that shows great attitude or gratitude. Here are the rules for accepting this award:
Put the Lemonade Award logon on your blog or post.
Nominate at least 10 blogs that show great attitude or gratitude.

My nominees are:

Kim from The Book Butterfly
Debbie from Debbie's World of Books
Kara from World According to Books
Breiab from Literaturely Speaking
Diane from Bibliophile by the Sea
(yeah I know I can't count-my brain is mushy from all the exams and the drinks)

The next one is from Linda @ ~Bambi Reads~ : The Let's be Friends Award.
Blogs that receive the Let’s Be Friends Award are exceedingly charming. These kind bloggers aim to find and befriends. They are not interested in self-aggrandizement. Our hope is that when the ribbons of these prizes are cut, even more friendships are propagated. Please give more attention to these writers. Deliver this award to eight bloggers.

My nominees are:

Susie from My guilty Pleasures
Lea from closetwriter
Wicked Munk from Sticky Pages
Shona from Shona's Book Shelf
(still dizzy in head so counting doesn't work today)

The third is the Spread the Love Award from
Yvette @ True Crime Book Reviews.
As the name says I will just spread the love.

My nominees are:

Danni from Romantic Harbor
Rowena from CoFFee HouSe BanTeR
Wendi from Wendi's Book Corner
JennJ from Sapphire Romance Realm
K.C. from Smokinhotbooks

The last two awards I've got from Leontine over @ Leontine's book Realm:

The Lovely Blog Award and the rules are:

1. Accept the award, post it on your blog together with the name of the person who has granted the award, and his or her blog link.
2. Pass the award to other blogs that you’ve newly discovered. Remember to contact the bloggers to let them know they have been chosen for this award.

My nominees are:

Suzie from Confessions of a Wandering Heart
JennJ from Sapphire Romance Realm
Carrie from Dark Novels

And finally the Kreativ Blogger Award. If you accept this award you must list seven of your favorite things and also nominate seven blogs for this award.

My favs are:

1. such a surprise: books, books and more books
2. my kitty: the little sunshine in my world
3. music: loud and rocky
4. movies: nearly everything, or better said, the good ones
5. talking: a lot and very fast mostly with friends ut's also handy at work
6. my computer: my way in the wide world
7. my htc Touch Diamond(my IPhone alternative)

My nominees are:

Missy from Missy's Book Nook
Jeff from Fantasy book news &Reviews
Heather from Heather's reading romance
The wonderful ladies from Book Pushers Anonymus
Wicked Munk from Sticky Pages
K.C. from Smokinhotbooks
Kim from The Book Butterfly

Every party needs something to laugh about so here you go:
This kitty just stole my wine so we will go straight to the last part of our celebration:
And now I'm on my way to get my wine back.
I wish you all a nice weekend!!!


August 6, 2009

Books read in July!

So last month was a slow one concerning reading but very productive concerning exams lol.
Here is my list:

1. "To Die For" by Linda Howard

Funny read. Blair is really witty and has a serious attitude problem. Wyatt is a real alpha male- bossy and demanding. A quite interesting combination. But something was missing. I don't know why but I liked the second book in this series more.
3 of 5 stars

2. "Ashes of Midnight" by Lara Adrian

When I think about Andreas Reichen I can't imagine a sexy and intriguing man. Along this series I also thought of him as a rather uninteresting person. His power pyrokinesis is a great idea but it didn't make me like Reichen more. His backround story was good and gave his character a new depth.
The story was good. I especially loved the setting in Germany
3 of 5 stars

3. "Prey" by Rachel Vincent

My full review is here.
5 of 5 stars

4. "A Girl's Guide to Vampires" by Kati MacAlister

I read many reviews about this book before deciding to read it. And I have to say the first 50 pages didn't fulfill my expectations. I was prepared for a story about vampires and the main characters thinks they don't exist. When Joy realizes that she stumbled headfirst in a dark world of paranormal creatures I nearly screamed "Took you long enough girl!!!". The story after this point was good. It's a combination of find the bad guy and choose the right man. Roxy can be a little annoying but she is really amiable. Very funny book!!
4 of 5 stars

The next ones are the books read in my exam time so there is no real review but I think I will write them when I have the time for that again.

5. "Midnight's Master" by Cynthia Eden

Wonderful book with the right amount of demon inside!
5 of 5 stars

6. "Seduce the Darkness" by Gena Showalter

Devyn is so sexy and adorable and he knows it. I never thought I would like such an arrogant character but OMG he's gogeous.
5 of 5 stars

7. "Branded by Fire" by Nalini Singh

My inner kitty still screams to have her own little wolf, so I think that's said enough so far!
5 of 5 stars

8 . "City of Souls" by Vicki Pettersson

I love these series and this book brought some new aspects and unexpected developments. Heartbreaking!
5 of 5 stars

9. "Talk Me Down" by Victoria Dahl

This book took my by surprise. Yes, I should have guessed. So many people that this is very good book and so on. But seriously, I never thought it would grip so fast and hard. Couldn't stop reading it although I had to learn for my exams. So you are warned its very intoxicating! This is one of the best books I read so far this year and I can't wait to read the second installment! If you haven't read it. Go and get it Now!
5 of 5 stars

I've got my last exam tomorrow so I really should learn now and stop finding ways to avoid it.

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