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“There is no friend as loyal as a book.” ― Ernest Hemingway

Shadowland (Immortals Series #3)

Shadowland (The Immortals, Book 3) - Alyson Noël I loved Evermore and Blue Moon I liked too, and I can't say I hated Shadowland, but it was a bit of a disappointment after the first two books. The characters just keep on making the wrong choices, and although there were some good parts, I didn’t really enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed reading Evermore and Blue Moon. I am going to read the other books, because I did like the ending of Shadowland.

Broken Soup

Broken Soup - Jenny Valentine I have loved this book from the moment I started reading. Although the subject is quite heavy and the story is about depression and losing people you love, it was a very light and easy book to read. It was very unpredictable and every time I thought the book wouldn’t surprise me anymore it did. I would definitely recommend it.

Linger (Wolves of Mercy Falls Series #2)

Linger (Wolves of Mercy Falls Series #2) - I love this book. I didn’t thought there was going to be a sequel, because the story seemed finished, but this book did solve some questions I forgot I had about the first book (like why Grace didn’t turn into a wolf). There are some new characters and now there are 4 persons who tell the story (Sam, Grace, Isabel and Cole). At first I didn’t liked that, because Grace and Sam are the main characters, but while reading the book I found Isabel and Cole are very interesting characters too. Isabel seems very mean in the first book, but now that I could see her point of view I realised she’s not.

If I Stay

If I Stay - It definitely wasn’t the worsted book I’ve ever read, but I wasn’t the best one either. It’s a very sad and touching book, but sometimes it was hard for me to keep reading. I did love the characters and the story and because of the memories you really start caring about Mia’s family. I definitely liked it enough to read the sequel.

Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson Series #1)

Angus, Thongs and Full-frontal Snogging  - Louise Rennison This book is hilarious and you should read it. Just like the other books in the series it’s rather short, but that doesn’t make them less funny. The book pays as much attention to the separate events as to the main story, which makes it easy to read. One of the best books I’ve read so far and definitely the most funny one.

Shiver (Wolves of Mercy Falls Series #1)

Shiver (Wolves of Mercy Falls Series #1) - At first I didn’t expected much from this book, but once I started reading I immediately realised I was wrong. The book is written in special, beautiful way and totally different from other books I’ve read. I expected it to be just another rip-off from Twilight, but it was nothing like that. Grace and Sam (the main characters) are very different from each other, but their love is so well and in such a beautiful way described you completely understand it. It was simply enchanting.