May 2018 Wrap Up

When I looked back at what books I read in May, I was pleasantly surprised because I had read a lot more than I thought. I read a grand total of four books in the month of May, and while I am still four books behind on my reading goal, I still managed to get a good chunk read this month. Anyways, here are the books I managed to read!

Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han

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During April I had jumped back into To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, the first book in the trilogy, and afterwards I just had to continue on. Always and Forever, Lara Jean is the third and final book in this trilogy which follows Lara Jean, a teenage girl who writes love letters to all the boys she has loved before as a way to say goodbye, right before sealing them away in a teal hatbox forever. One day these letters get mysteriously sent out, and Lara Jean’s worst nightmares suddenly come true. I LOVE these books, and the first book is actually a movie which is being released on August 17 so yay! 4.5/5 stars

 

Macbeth by William Shakespeare

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I had to read this play for English class and well, it’s Shakespeare, which is all I really have to say. Without a doubt I can see the genius behind it and how it acts as a template for hundreds upon hundreds of books and plays and TV shows that we see now. However, it wasn’t something that really gripped my attention and I probably wouldn’t have read it if I wasn’t forced to. 2.5/5 stars

Restore Me by Tahereh Mafi

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My initial plan was to read this book when it first came out back in March, but not only is this book pretty big, but I was also terrified that I wouldn’t love this book as much as the first three in the series. Spoiler alert: I did. This book was everything and more, and I was so happy to not only get to read from Juliette’s point of view, but Warner’s as well. Anyways 10/10 recommend and I cannot wait for the next book! 4.5/5 stars

Sapphire Blue by Kerstin Gier

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Ugh I love all the books in the series so much that all I want to do is read them over and over again, and it has been a long time since I found a book series like this. Sapphire Blue is the second book in the Precious Stones trilogy by Kerstin Gier, which follows Gwenyth, a teenage girl who comes from a family of time travelers. Everyone believes it is her cousin Charlotte who inherited the gene, but when Gwen is thrust back in time secrets unravel about herself that she didn’t even know. This book was originally in German, and there is even a movie (in German but with good English subtitles) which is a lot of fun, just like the book! 4.5/5 stars

Those are all the books I managed to read and I am happy to say that I adored 3/4 of them which means it was a very successful month! Don’t forget to check out my last blog post and social media accounts, all which are linked below 🙂

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June 2018 TBR

I feel like I just put my TBR together for May and now it is already June! Fingers crossed for a good reading month, but since it is the month of my finals (please pray for me), I made my TBR short and sweet so here it is:

Emerald Green by Kerstin Gier

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Originally I planned on reading this book in May since I finished Sapphire Blue, the second book in the trilogy just yesterday, but I decided to buy this book for myself and it sadly won’t arrive until June 1st. I have re-read this book countless times and have, and always will, adore it. The characters all have my heart and the storyline is a whirlwind of fun, adventure and romance! It follows a girl named Gwenyth who comes from a family of time travelers, however it is her cousin Charlotte who is destined for the gene. But one day Gwenyth is flung back in time and she realizes it isn’t Charlotte who has the gene, but herself. Secrets unravel about her and she is suddenly thrust into unknown waters. It doesn’t help that her new time traveling partner, Gideon, is annoying, arrogant, and incredibly handsome either; completely distracting.

I See London I See France by Sarah Mlynowski

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I read this book a few months back and what a fun ride it was. Now that summer is actually here, I am excited to give this summer adventure a re-read. I See London I See France follows Sydney who has the perfect summer mapped out in Europe with her best friend, Leela. However, running into Leela’s cheating ex-boyfriend is not part of the plan, or falling for his very hot friend. While I did have some problems with this book, all I want for this month is to read some fun and easy books and this is definitely one of them!

Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare

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This is a book I want to pick up during the last week or so in June, or whenever I finish exams because it is a big one. I absolutely adore The Dark Artifices trilogy by Cassandra Clare so I am excited to re-read the first two books in anticipation for the third and final one which is being released in December! Lady Midnight follows a family of Shadowhunters (half human half angel) who try to unravel the mystery of Emma Carstairs parents’ death. It is filled with adventure, romance, and betrayal and I absolutely love it.

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4 Books You Should Read This Summer

The time is approaching where we stack up our TBR’s because it is almost summer! Which means more time spent on reading which is good, because there are a lot of books you probably need to get to. To add a few more, here are four new, summer releases you should read this summer.

Royals by Rachel Hawkins

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Royals is a book that follows Daisy, whose older sister is engaged to the Crown Prince of Scotland, and she is suddenly thrust into a spotlight, forced to become the regal and proper girl someone part of the royal family should be. While she is taking lessons to become “princess like”,  the prince’s younger brother Miles brings Daisy along for adventures of trouble and mischief. This books sounds like so much fun and gives me some serious vibes from The Selection, a book series I love, so I am looking forward to reading this book. This book has already come out (May 1st) so make sure you pick it up!

Ship It by Britta Lundin

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Claire is a sixteen-year-old girl who is obsessed with Demon Heart, a popular TV show which she writes fanfic of. One day her path collides with Forest, an actor on Demon Heart, at her local Comic-Con, which is a dream come true for her. That is until Forest laughs off Claire’s idea that his character is gay, which is how she wrote him in her ever-so-popular fan-fic. Forest’s mistake suddenly goes viral and Claire is hired to join the cast for the rest of their tour. This seems like a whirlwind of romance and fun and I cannot wait to pick it up. It is always nice reading a book where the main character is obsessed with a TV show or book or movie, and is also a writer because it allows me to relate that much more to them. Again, this book has already come out so make sure you check it out.

From Twinkle, With Love by Sandhya Menon

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Twinkle is an aspiring filmmaker with stories to tell, and one day a boy named Sahil approaches her, offering her the chance to direct a film for the Summer Festival, which is basically her dream come true. It also means she will get to become closer to Sahil’s brother, Neil, Twinkle’s long time crush. But what happens when things get turned and she starts falling for Sahil? This seems like a cute and awkward contemporary, much like Menon’s other book, When Dimple Met Rishi, and I just cannot wait to get my hands on this book on May 22nd.

Save the Date by Morgan Matson

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Save the Date follows Charlie, whose family is coming together for her older sister’s wedding. It has been years since her family has all been under the same roof and Charlie is thrilled, determined to make this the best weekend ever. But of course it can never be that, and even when the weekend has barely begun, it is already shaping up to be a complete disaster. I absolutely adore all of Matson’s books. They are bundles of adventure and fun that I have a blast flipping through. I am so excited for this book to be released and in my hands on June 5th!

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Summer 2018 TBR

I cannot believe that summer is just over a month away, which means I have about a month or so less of school…and that means more time for reading! The past few months I haven’t been great with my monthly reading count, but I am hoping to take advantage of two whole months off school and get a lot done. I am mostly looking forward to all the readathons happening this summer, like the Biannual Bibliothon and the BookTubeAThon because I always get so much read. Anyways, here are a few of the main books I want to get to this summer, and I hope you enjoy.

Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi 

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This book had so much hype surrounding it when it first came out, and from what I gather, it is well deserved. However, I wanted to let some of the hype settle before picking it up…also it is a massive, fantasy book that takes time to read and that is something I do not have right now. All I know is that it is influenced by West African mythology and that is all I need to know. I am already so excited to get my hands on this book and devour it whole.

Save the Date by Morgan Matson

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This is a new summery, contemporary book by Morgan Matson, one of the queens of contemporary, and I am so, so excited for it to come out on June 5th! Save the Date follows a girl named Charlie whose older sister is getting married, and for the first time in years, all four of her siblings will be together. Charlie is hoping for the perfect weekend, but of course it will be anything but that. I love re reading Morgan Matson books each summer, so I am looking forward to having a new one to adore!

Scythe by Neal Shusterman

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Scythe is another book that has a lot of amazing hype surrounding it, and I kept hearing about it so much that I just went out and bought it. I am really looking forward to diving into it because from what I know about it, it sounds fantastic. Scythe takes place in a world with no hunger, disease, death or anything bad. To keep balance in the world, there are scythes, those sent to kill people to keep the population under control. This book follows two apprentices to a scythe, Citra and Rowan, but it is a role neither of them wants. This book is intriguing and sounds captivating, and I am really hoping to get to it this summer…maybe even the second one too!

The Dark Artifices trilogy by Cassandra Clare

Even though the third and final book in this trilogy doesn’t come out until December, I am dying to give Lady Midnight and Lord of Shadows a re read. I wanted to do this earlier but I don’t know if you have noticed that they are humongous books, and lately I just haven’t had the time to devote to them. Especially since they are so amazing that all I want to do is spend my time reading them! If you didn’t know, these books follow a race of half humans and half angels called Shadowhunters whose mission on earth is to keep humans safe from demons.

A Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J Mass

Don’t worry, I have read the first book, A Court of Thorns and Roses, however I never finished the second book…now there is a third book out as well as a novella, and I realize how far behind I am! These are high fantasy books with faeries, and since I need to re read the first book before finally finishing the second book, I need the summer to do so. Everyone has read these books and everyone is discussing the events of the “finale” and I don’t want to be left out anymore!

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April 2018 Wrap Up

Wow, I barely remember April because it went by so fast…and that will be my excuse for why I didn’t read as many books as I had hoped. However, I did read a grand total of 4 books so here they are!

I Have Lost My Way by Gayle Forman

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This was an unexpected read, because I just happened to be in San Diego during the time of Gayle Forman’s signing for this new release. Obviously I went and picked up the book, managing to read it in about two days. I Have Lost My Way follows three characters; Freya, Harun, and Nathaniel, all whom have lost their ways. One day in Central Park their paths connect, and suddenly each becomes an important part in each other’s worlds, and finding their ways once again. It is definitely a feel good book that I really enjoyed, and recommend! 3.5/5 stars

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

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Okay, this book took me forever to get through, but once I was finally finished it, I felt incredibly accomplished. It is a big book, at just over 500 pages and also a historical fiction which are some of the reasons it took me a few weeks to get through. While I enjoyed the first 400 pages, it was really the last hundred that gripped me and had me obsessively flipping to the next page because they were amazing. If you didn’t know, this book is told from Death’s point of view, who follows a young girl named Liesel who is off to meet her new foster family. Along the way, her younger brother dies abruptly, and they have a quick funeral which is where she steals her first book, claiming her new title of the “Book Thief”. We follow her as she grows up as a young German girl when World War II begins, and how her relationships between her foster parents and new friends grow. 4.5/5 stars

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before + P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han

Obviously I adored these two books, considering it was my…fourth re read? Maybe even fifth! I just love these books so much because they are the books I go to when I want a smile and to feel all warm and mushy on the inside. The first book follows Lara Jean, a girl who after she is done loving a boy, writes them a letter and then seals it in a teal coloured hatbox her mother got her, the ready to move on with the rest of her life. But one day those letters mysteriously get sent out, and she finds herself digging a hole of lies to keep her true feelings for her sister’s recent ex-boyfriend, and the boy next door, a secret. If you haven’t read this book, read it, especially since the movie is coming onto Netflix on August 17th, which is a day after my birthday! Both: 5/5 stars

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May 2018 TBR!

Once again, it is that time of the month again where I make a list of all the books I want to read for the coming month, and then try to stick to it…usually failing but sometimes succeeding! Anyways, fingers crossed for an awesome reading month but for now, here are all the books I plan to read in May 2018:

Restore Me by Tahereh Mafi 

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I was so disappointed in myself for not getting to this book in April, but I am determined to read it in May because this was a book I was so highly anticipating this whole year! This is the fourth book in the Shatter Me series by Tahereh Mafi which follows a girl whose touch kills. If you haven’t picked up the first book, Shatter Me, I highly recommend it because it will not disappoint.

Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo

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This is a book that has been on my shelf for a while, so I think it is getting to the time where I finally pick it up. I really want to read this trilogy before jumping back into Six of Crows and the sequel, Crooked Kingdom, because I want to understand the Grisha world better. Other than that, I have no idea what happens in Shadow and Bone but I have heard nothing but great things so I am excited!

P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han

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Since I decided to pick up the first book and give it a re read, it wouldn’t be right not to just re read the entire trilogy. This is one of my favourite trilogies so I am dying to revisit the characters and the story line again! I always fly through these books so I wouldn’t be surprised if I finished the last book too this month.

Sapphire Blue by Kerstin Gier

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Again, I re read the first book back in April via audiobook and can’t just walk away now. This is also one of my favourite trilogies ever, and if you have’t read them…go to the library or the bookstore and make sure you do that! This trilogy is filled with time travel and romance and fun so make sure you get your hands on it.

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Popular Books I Haven’t Read

Up until this year I had been pretty caught up with all the hyped up new releases, but since the school year started I have fallen so far behind it may take YEARS for me to catch up which is why I am making this list to remind myself to actually pick these up eventually. If any of the books I list are amazing, let me know so I can get to them sooner!

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

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I cannot tell you how much I want to read this book, especially sine the movie will be out in the near future. This is book has seemed to be read by everyone and their sister, and has received amazing reviews so it only makes me want to read it more. Honestly, I have no good excuse to why I haven’t picked this book up, other than the fact that I have been trying to read the books on my shelf first!

Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adyemi 

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This was a book that I had no idea about until about a month before its release date and I immediately became obsessed. I want to read it soooo badly and everyone seems to love it so I am hoping to get my hands on it soon! I do know that it is a massive, fantasy book though so maybe I will wait till the summer so I can devote a solid three days to reading it.

The Cruel Prince by Holly Black 

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The Cruel Prince is actually a book I own, so I could read it whenever and knock it off the TBR. However, my current TBR is sky high and sadly The Cruel Prince is somewhere close to the bottom…that isn’t to say I don’t want to read, because I really do! I adore books about faeries and lots of people I know have loved this book, so I am looking forward to diving into it when I get the chance.

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

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Okay, technically I have read this book, but even after finishing it I could not remember a single thing I had just read. Why? I have no idea. The parts I very faintly remember, I do remember enjoying though. I really want to re read this book and then jump into the sequel, because I own both and also because I feel really bad saying this because I know it is a lot of people’s favourite book!

Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher 

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I really enjoyed the TV show adaptation of this book, but yes, I haven’t read the book yet. I know, I know, I am ashamed as well! However, there are quite a few mixed reviews on this book but since it does cover an important topic, I do hope that I will eventually get to it. Let me know if it is worth giving a read, or if I should just stick to the TV show!

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April 2018 TBR

2018 is just flying by and I cannot believe we are already into March. I started off the year with an amazing reading month, but that number has been faltering as the months pass by so fingers crossed I can actually read a decent amount of books this month!

I Have Lost My Way by Gayle Forman

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This was an unexpected read because I wasn’t planning on reading it so soon. I ended up picking up a copy when I saw the author was signing at a bookstore near where I was staying so I thought why not? Currently I am already about 100 pages into it and enjoying it so I am looking forward to finishing it this month! This story follows three points of views: Freya, Harun and Nathaniel who somehow meet one day in Central Park after Freya falls off a bridge and lands on Nathaniel. They think they have nothing in common, but as the story goes on they realize they have more in common than they thought.

Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Cordova

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This was another book I started in March but then just never got around to finishing it…how? I don’t know because this book is only 300ish pages long! I mean, the pacing did slow down so I found it a little harder to read, but I still am looking forward to finishing it and seeing how everything gets wrapped up. This book follows a girl named Alex who is a bruja, a Spanish witch, and on her Death Day she tries to give her magic away. However, the spell backfires and it banishes Alex’s family to Los Lagos. Now Alex along with the help of a strange boy named Nova have to venture to Los Lagos and save her family. As a person of Spanish heritage, I am really loving the representation in this book and fingers crossed I love it as much as I hope!

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

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I have also been reading this for what seems like forever, but I only have 100 pages left so I definitely will be able to finish it in April. I also kind of have to because I am reading it for my English class so I have no choice really but to finish it really, really soon. I am enjoying it, but sadly I think I would have enjoyed it more if I wasn’t reading it for class. If you didn’t know what this book is about, it takes place a few years before and during World War II. It is narrated by Death but follows a girl named Liesel who is brought to a foster family after her mother is unable to take care of her. We follow her life with this new family, and also as she begins stealing books and learning to read, all while the tragedy of World War II come into play.

Restore Me by Tahereh Mafi

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My copy finally came in the mail of Restore Me and I am so, so excited to dive into this world after recently re-reading the first three books and loving them! The first book, Shatter Me, follows a girl named Juliette whose touch kills, and because of that she has been locked away in an insane asylum for the safety of others. All until one day a mysterious boy becomes her roommate and together they break out of the asylum all because of Juliette. Because she is desired by the leader’s son as a weapon. This series is so good and everyone must read it!

The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson

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I keep putting this book on my TBR and NOT reading it, but I am determined to actually give it a try this month. I believe this book follows a girl who has to marry an older king because of a prophecy…I could be wrong but I know when I read it I was really intrigued! Again, hopefully I will get to it because it is a library book and does have to be returned soon.

Those are all the books I plan to finish in the month of April and yes, this TBR is slightly ambitious compared to what I have actually been getting done lately, but these are all books I really want to read so I am hoping I will get it all done. Don’t forget to comment below your April TBR and also check out some of my previous posts linked below:

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February 2018 Wrap Up!

While February was a decent reading month, it was nowhere near as productive as January but that’s okay. It is two days shorter and there is still plenty of time to read as March is now here! Overall I read a grand total of four books this month and I am happy to say I enjoyed them all.

Just Listen by Sarah Dessen

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This was a re read which I picked up for a cute, easy ray of warmth to pick my spirits up in the dead of winter. While this book isn’t always the brightest, acknowledging some heavier topics, it was a nice escape from our world for a little while. Just Listen follows our main character Annabelle, who appears to have the perfect life on the outside. However, on the inside she has anything but. Her sister is struggling with an eating disorder, putting a strain on her family and her friends despise her for something she didn’t do. Some light shines in her world again though, when Owen Armstrong comes into her life and sees her for her imperfect self. I know there are many flaws in this book, but it was nice to give it another read! 4/5 stars

The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan

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I actually listened to the audiobook for The Lost Hero and it was so much fun! I love this world and these characters, and have since I was ten years old. It was refreshing revisiting it all through a different format, and the narrator was really great, adding to the already amazing story. The Lost Hero is the first book in The Heroes of Olympus series, which follows large and diverse cast of characters who come together to save the world from the ultimate threat, mother Earth. There is action, adventure, and romance, and just brought so much nostalgia when I listened to it. 4.5/5 stars

The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon

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This was a first read for me, and I was really looking forward to it because I had heard great things about it. It seemed cute and fluffy, and it definitely was all that. The Sun is Also a Star follows our two main characters, Natasha and Daniel who meet one day in a whirl of chaos and fate. Natasha is an immigrant whose family is about to be deported, and Daniel is going to an interview that will lead him to a life he doesn’t want to live. The story follows their romance and relationship as it grows in only a time span of several hours, and how they believe they were destined to meet. This book was quite cliche and “insta-lovey” but I did enjoy it and thought it was a fun read. I’m not sure if I would read it again, but I recommend it if you like contemporary! 3.5/5 stars

Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

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Restore Me comes out in just under a week and I am so, so excited, thus why I am re reading the first three books in the series! I just finished re reading the first book yesterday, but I didn’t realize how much I had forgotten regarding the story and the characters, so it felt as if I was reading the book for the first time again. Shatter Me follows Juliette, a girl whose touch kills. Because of this, she is locked up in an insane asylum to keep everyone safe from her curse. However, one day she is broken out by a strange boy, and she learns that she is wanted by the government as a secret weapon. I love this book so much and I am so excited to continue on with the series again! 4.5/5 stars

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March 2018 TBR!

I feel like I just made my February TBR, yet that was already an entire month ago. These months are going by too fast but at the same time I have a lot of exciting things happening for me this year so I want to get to them as fast as I can. Anyways, January was a fantastic reading month and February was good enough, but since I get a little over two weeks off of school in March (counting down the days), I want to try and get a few more books in and stay ahead of my reading goal, which according to Goodreads I am five books ahead!

Ignite Me + Restore Me by Tahereh Mafi

These are the third and fourth books in the Shatter Me series by Tahereh Mafi, a dystopian series that follows Juliette, a girl whose touch kills. After she is locked up to keep people safe from her powers, she is finally broken out almost a year later, and learns that she is desired as a weapon by the government. I was re reading this series to get ready for Restore Me, which hits shelves on March 6, and now I am on the third one and I cannot wait to give it another read! I love this world and characters, and I just know the fourth book will meet all my expectations.

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

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I have been reading this book since the end of February because I have chosen to read it for my English class, and so far I am enjoying what I’ve read. This book takes place in Germany during World War II and is narrated by death, which is a really unique narrator composed to most books. I have heard nothing but amazing things about this book, and I am sure I will enjoy it just as much as the rest of the world seems to.

The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson

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Lately I have been in the mood for some fantasy, and when I went to the library I found this book and thought what I read of the synopsis was interesting enough so why not? I am still really excited to read it and hopefully I can get to it in the month of March! All I know is that our main character is a princess and that she has to marry a king…I think, I’m not sure because I really want to go into it without any idea of what to expect.

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