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  • 2012 / 04 / 30

    Week 18. What’s on my Reading List?

    Week 18. What’s on my Reading List?

    It’s Monday again! Time to set my reading priorities. This is a weekly meme featured here—on my blog, where I present you the books I’m planning to read for the entire week. I decided to do this in order to declutter my ever piling TBR. I have a good feeling with this week’s set (and have lots of free time for reading! Yay!). Starting off with Unraveling, ever since I saw this book and read the synopsis I’ve been dying—

  • 2012 / 04 / 29

    Grave Mercy

    Grave Mercy

    Author: R.L. LaFevers Series: (His Fair Assassin #1) Published: April 3rd 2012 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Rating: I knew there’s something strange with this book. Strange because I’m not a huge fan of historical fiction (but that’s starting to change) but I wanted to read it. And that’s weird for me. Plus, the idea of an assassin and not just ordinary assassin, a female—a nun! I know I have to pick this one up. Grave Mercy was so different from—

  • 2012 / 04 / 29

    The Glimpse

    The Glimpse

    Author: Claire Merle Expected publication:  June 7th 2012 by Faber & Faber (UK) Rating: I received an eARC from Faber & Faber (UK) via Netgalley. Thank you. My interest in this book fluctuated the whole time. From bored, disbelieved to fascinated then lost. But all things considered I think The Glimpse was still a decent read. It didn’t excite me like other dystopian books I have read before but honestly, there were times that it was really engaging but I’m—

  • 2012 / 04 / 26

    Torn

    Torn

    Author: Stephanie Guerra Expected publication: May 15th 2012 by Marshall Cavendish Rating: I received an eARC from Marshall Cavendish via Netgalley. Thank you. Torn is a bit different from what I expected. But it was cool that it wasn’t what I initially anticipated. For starters, for a short novel (my copy has 236 pages) it dealt with a lot of issues, and most of it, I must say were subtly executed. I’m not sure if I was impressed that it tried—

  • 2012 / 04 / 25

    Week 17. Waiting on Wednesday

    Week 17. Waiting on Wednesday

    It’s Wednesday again. What book/s are you looking forward to reading? “Waiting on” Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Breaking the Spine that showcases much awaited upcoming releases. Eve and Adam by Katherine Applegate and Michael Grant Expected publication: October 2nd 2012 Publisher: Feiwel & Friends Format/Pages: Hardcover, 304 pages Sixteen-year-old Evening Spiker lives an affluent life in San Francisco with her mother, EmmaRose, a successful geneticist and owner of Spiker Biotech. Sure, Evening misses her father who died—

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