Monday, May 28, 2012

Insurgent review


One choice can transform you—or it can destroy you. But every choice has consequences, and as unrest surges in the factions all around her, Tris Prior must continue trying to save those she loves—and herself—while grappling with haunting questions of grief and forgiveness, identity and loyalty, politics and love.
Tris's initiation day should have been marked by celebration and victory with her chosen faction; instead, the day ended with unspeakable horrors. War now looms as conflict between the factions and their ideologies grows. And in times of war, sides must be chosen, secrets will emerge, and choices will become even more irrevocable—and even more powerful. Transformed by her own decisions but also by haunting grief and guilt, radical new discoveries, and shifting relationships, Tris must fully embrace her Divergence, even if she does not know what she may lose by doing so.
New York Times bestselling author Veronica Roth's much-anticipated second book of the dystopian Divergent series is another intoxicating thrill ride of a story, rich with hallmark twists, heartbreaks, romance, and powerful insights about human nature.

Amazing. Absolutely amazing. I LOVED IT! There were so many emotions that went through me when I read this book. Mostly frustration because Tris and Four could be so stupid sometimes. But don't let that hold you back from enjoying this book. It is MINDBLOWING! I was........was so enthralled in it. I hated that I finished it. I wish it went on and on. *Sigh

Anyway, Insurgent starts where Divergent left off, with Marcus, Tris, Four (Tobias), Caleb, and Peter on the train headed for Amity, the peace hippies. There, they hope to find safe ground and figure things out. Well, it was all good until the traitor Dauntless and the evil Erudite come looking for them. So the start running again and head for Candor, but they meet an old frienemy on the way there, and then BAM! NEW CHARACTER THAT IS SO SURPRISING THAT I WAS LIKE: NO. FREAKING. WAY. And the background of this character was shocking. I didn't even know Abnegation did that.

Well, at Candor, we find out what Four's biggest regret is. I was kinda shocked, but at the same time, I felt that Four started to grow a bit more and more afterwards. He started to be a leader, a true leader, among the Dauntless and he got over one fear, even though he replaced it with another. And he stands up to his dad! Well, not really 'stand' up, but he does something that got me thinking: "That was unnecessary yet necessary at the same time. It was about time." I love Four. (Note: I'm not a fan of his actually name.)

Now I believe that Four's and Tris's simulation results were the same. Abnegation, Dauntless, and Eurdite. Four showed mostly Dauntless and Erudite in both books. I'm sure he's capable of Abnegation, but he doesn't show it that often. But Tris, yeah she does. She shows her Eudite by her talking. At some points, she figures out things that some of the rebel Erudite would say, like figuring out why Jeanine wouldn't come to a meeting between representatives. And because of the incident with Will, she's changed. In Divergent, she because this brave, short blonde girl with a gun. In Insurgent, she's scared to pick one up, and soon she starts becoming more Abnegation and starts taking risks to save others. She does this one stupid thing in the book that is stupid and selfless that I wanted to SCREAM! What her brother does is no better.

One thing I am grateful of is that there was no love triangle introduced. At first I thought there was going to be one between Tris, Four, and Uriah, but later Uriah gets with Marlene (which is sweet untill something really bad happens). Nope, just Tris and Four. Insurgent for them was like a love-hate relationship between them. One moment they were kissing, a few pages they are fighting over something the other did or is going to do (like the stupid thing Tris did). Reguardless, they still came back to each other and fought off all the stress and problems the other factions where causing them. Most of it kept pushing them more and more together (in my opinion). *Sigh. They are my second favorite YA Lit couple, right after Percy and Annabeth. :D

The ending: IT CAN'T END LIKE THAT! It was BAM and BOOM. Shocking really. I always wondered why Chicago was so enclosed and why a huge fence was around it. In Divergent, it said some of the Dauntless were guarding the fence from what was outside so nothing could get in. Turns out, it was the other way around. The fence is to keep everyone in. And.......nope, can't say anymore. But OMG, the cliffhanger was so huge I nearly screamed. It was wow.

Future: The last one in the Divergent Trilogy comes out NEXT YEAR! WHY!!!!!!

Quotes: Mostly the whole book, but here are some of my favorites.

Dialogue between Tris and Four after Tris's 'timeout' in Candor. pg. 69

"Okay, okay!" He puts up his hands. "It's just...I'm not very nice either, you know. That's why I like you so-"
"Out!" I shout, pointing at the door.
Laughing to himself, Tobias kisses my cheek and leaves the room.

More dialogue between our love birds. pg. 311-2

"You would be fine." I dont' look at him. I stare at his T-shirt between my fingers and the black ink curling around his neck, but I dont' look at his face. "Not a first. But you would move on, and do what you have to."
He wraps an arm around my waist and pulls me against him. "That's a lie," he says, before he kisses me again."

One more. pg 400

He frowns at me. "Say it again."
"Tobias," I say, "I love you."

Insurgent will have you on the edge the whole way through it. The emotions and action and drama of it all will capture you and you will be screaming for more. Veronica Roth is a genius.

I finished this thing at 12 in the morning. Not in one day, unforunately. I got addicted to Pinning just recently. But still, it's an all-nighter. :D

I love how they did the Amity symbol all fancy and the city below.

O. M.G. That's all.

*Bought this book from Amazon.

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Yeah, I'm finally getting around to reading the rest of the series. I read the first one a long time ago, but with all the other books I needed to read I just couldn't get to this series until now. But I have all of them. :D

Sunday, May 27, 2012

The Golden Lily review


Goodreads: Tough, brainy alchemist Sydney Sage and doe-eyed Moroi princess Jill Dragomir are in hiding at a human boarding school in the sunny, glamorous world of Palm Springs, California. The students--children of the wealthy and powerful--carry on with their lives in blissful ignorance, while Sydney, Jill, Eddie, and Adrian must do everything in their power to keep their secret safe. But with forbidden romances, unexpected spirit bonds, and the threat of Strigoi moving ever closer, hiding the truth is harder than anyone thought.
Richelle Mead is the author of the Vampire Academy series and the Bloodlines series. At first, I thought the title of the series overall was weird. Bloodlines? It's about protecting Jill from whoever want to kill her because they don't liek the new queen, Lissa. In this book, I get it.

In the book, we're introduced to a new set of people, the Warriors of Light. They are basically the Alchemists but they want all vampires gone. They go so far to kidnapp on of the vampires Sydney and Eddie are protecting (no, it isn't Jill). Anyway, Warriors of Light and Alchemists were once together, but they are know separate, but the W.o.L. want to unit together with teh Alchemists and destroy all the vampires, and these people make Sydney disgusted that they were once 'related'. And i was sad when i learned one of the supporting characters close to the others was a part of it.

Adrian is getting better. Honestly he is. I was happy that he stopped trying to drug himself when he got sad. And even though Dimitri is there, they just have a mutual relationship. He only tried to attack him (verbally) once. It was then forgotten. And he's become more protective of Sydney too. Speaking of which.......

The romance in this book is a bit better than the last. In Bloodlines, it was mostly about Jill and her relationship to Lee, who turned out to be evil. Now, it's about her and Micah and Eddie, who really likes her, and Angeline, who reallly likes Eddie but he doesn't like her. Jill is having trouble because Micah starts moving too fast, and the fact that she's not human and he is. And Eddie is suppose to be protecting her, not dating her. Angeline, well, she's really really like Eddie, but Eddie feels uncomfortable around her. But, heres the best one of all: Sydney, Brayden, and Adrian. Now, who is Brayden? Brayden is a male version of Sydney, and they get along very well since all they talk about is academic things. Adrian finally tries to talk to Sydney about his feelings, but because his dad decided to be an ass, he coudn't do it so well. And Adrian really has a big caring side to himself in this book. Loved it instead of his smoking drunk self.

Sydney has changed too. She's not as nervous around the vampires, but she's still warry of magic. As she dates Brayden, she finally comes to terms that hanging out with other kids her age isn't so bad, and that she wished she could do it more. And towards the end, she makes a big leap of faith and tries something every Alchemist woudl have disapproved of. She's strong, but she still has some reservations about anything dealing with her blood.

The ending was okay. I didn't like what happened in the end end, but the chiffhanger was okay. It was the huge event that happened in the end that I didn't like. Sydney is very stupid in this situations. Her stupid Alchemist beliefs get in the way.

Future: Book #3 is coming out in 2013. I happy that the series is going good, but sometimes six is too much.


pg. 163, assembly in the gym about Sex and STDs

"The first song was called "STDs are Not for Me." That was when I took out my math homework.


Wish we could see the lily on Sydney's face instead of in the font. But at least the cover is better than the one for Bloodliens.


*Won this book. No review required.

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Saturday, May 26, 2012

A Shell Full of Books #5

Sunday. At least I'm not in school. I can read more. :D

Here we go. :D

Embrace by Jessica Shirvington
Thanks goes to Shanyn from Chick Loves Lit

Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver
Thanks goes to Lalaine from FicBookReviews(YA)


Defy by Raine Thomas
I have yet to read the first series by her, but I've heard great things about it. :D

And this poster!

Thank you Jess Rothenberg!

Bought from Amazon using a giftcard:
City of Lost Souls by Cassandra Clare
Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore
Storm by Brigid Kemmerer
Insurgeent by Veronica Roth (and LOVING IT!)
Kill Me Softly by Sarah Cross

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Friday, May 25, 2012

Of Poseidon review



Goodreads: Galen, a Syrena prince, searches land for a girl he's heard can communicate with fish. It’s while Emma is on vacation at the beach that she meets Galen. Although their connection is immediate and powerful, Galen's not fully convinced that Emma's the one he's been looking for. That is, until a deadly encounter with a shark proves that Emma and her Gift may be the only thing that can save his kingdom. He needs her help--no matter what the risk.

As a lover of the sea, I knew I'd love this book. I love mermaids, but these guys are better. They're called Syrena. Unique. Instead of the traditional goldfish tail, they have a shark tail. They can sense each other at certain distances. They are super fast. And some can talk to fish!

In the book Galen finds out that Emma can talk to fish, a gift only Syrena of Poseidon have. And if Emma is who Galen thinks she is, then she has to marry his brother. It really sucks when 1) she can't grow a fin, and 2) he's in love with her.

So the overall plot is Emma is trying to fin out what she is and how she has all this abilities while Galen tries to find out how she can exist and how he can be with her without giving her to his brother. Doesn't that sound awkward?

This book took me only a day to read. It had me hooked through the entire thing. I loved Emma's spunk and "I dont' take orders from you" attitude, and Galen's sweet but stubborn and protective personality towards her. Toraf's name is weird, but he's hilarious and always says something smart. And his plan to finally win over Rayna was brilliant! She deserved that after she was being a bitch to Emma.

There were only two character's I didn't like. One of them was Emma's mom who had a big secret that could impact everyone, and Paca, a stupid mermaid who is lying about having the gift of Poseidon.

There's a lot of history in this book. I liked that. It made understanding the book and the Syrena's customs a bit better too. And there was only one thing I didn't like about the book. It was that Galen couldnt' get Emma's hint on how she really liked him. He liked her for sure, he was just oblivious to what she felt. It doesn't hgave tha the was trying to NOT fall in love with her becaus eof the possibility that she might be forced to marry his brother. But instead of shifting (mating ) at 18, he wanted to learn about humans and fell in love with his soulmate-Emma. They kinda had that insta-love thing going on, but it was so sweet and Galen was so amazing that you had to love it. By the way, Galen is MINE! Book boyfriend #4 or #5. One of the two.

The ending---HOLY CRAP! I should habve seen it coming, Banks hinted it over and over, but I didn't see it. OMG! It can't freaking end like that! NO FREAKING WAY!

Future: Banks created a little prequel in Grom's point a view called Legacy Lost, and Of Triton comes out eventually. I CAN'T WAIT!!!

Quotes: the whole book!

Of Poseidon is an unique read. Anna Banks transforms our fairytale mermaids into incredible creatures of the deep. Romance and secrets don't fail in her book. This is a book you definiately want to pick up. I can't wait for Of Triton.

The Big Kahuna


The most horrible cliffhanger EVER!

*Won this book. No review required.

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Thursday, May 24, 2012

The Immortal Rules review


In a future world, Vampires reign. Humans are blood cattle. And one girl will search for the key to save humanity.
Allison Sekemoto survives in the Fringe, the outermost circle of a vampire city. By day, she and her crew scavenge for food. By night, any one of them could be eaten.
Some days, all that drives Allie is her hatred of them. The vampires who keep humans as blood cattle. Until the night Allie herself is attacked—and given the ultimate choice. Die… or become one of the monsters.
Faced with her own mortality, Allie becomes what she despises most. To survive, she must learn the rules of being immortal, including the most important: go long enough without human blood, and you will go mad.
Then Allie is forced to flee into the unknown, outside her city walls. There she joins a ragged band of humans who are seeking a legend—a possible cure to the disease that killed off most of humankind and created the rabids, the mindless creatures who threaten humans and vampires alike.
But it isn’t easy to pass for human. Especially not around Zeke, who might see past the monster inside her. And Allie soon must decide what—and who—is worth dying for.

Review: I love dystopians. I love the future. What made this book even better was taht it was a vampire dystopian. It was interesting. Vampires rules the world because of some disease that started killing humans or turning them into rabids (zombie vampires). The city, New Covington, is were our main character lives. If you've ever seen the city of Ba Sing Se from Avatar, the Last Airbender, then picture that but with vampires and black and poor and dirt everywhere. Then outside of the city is ruins from old cities and desert and forrest. Now, my details maybe just general, but Julie gets down to the bare bones. Her attention to detail is spectacular. In your mind, you can see everything as you read. Now, for those who aren't fans of a lot of details and bi paragraphs without dialogue and action, just thoughts and descriptions, remember, Allie is the main character and this is about her journey as a vampire outside of the city, so you're going to read a lot of her thoughts, especially when she's traveling with Zeke and his family.

The action in Julie's books is what I believe makes Julie's books her books. Since there could be rabids or evil vampires or evil bikers anywhere, the group was always on their guard. And when they did fight, there was a lot of fighitng and blood. The action is one of the best things I liked about this book. And a stubborn, kick ass girl (and she's Asian!) with a katana equals a lot of it.

Second thing I like about her books are her characters. Either they are goodie tooshoes or smart-asses or stubborn as hell. Allie's 2/3. She had spunk, and didn't give up. Sure, she's not that fond of being a vampire, but she still tries to keep in touch with her humanity by helping Zeke and the others reach Eden, an isolated island full of only humans. Even when they found out she's a vampire, she doesn't give up helping them. Plus, she's stubborn and won't listen to Zeke when he tries to make her leave.

The romance in the book is okay. Not as good as Ash's or Meghan was but good. Could have been a bit better. Zeke wanted to know Allie better and she wanted to bite him and make him a vampire. There were moments when they sharedc a bit of intimacy, like standing too close, but it could have been more. But I did liek how the tesion between them got so great that Zeke caved in and kissed her. *Sigh.

The ending sucked. I say this because there was a big ending cliffhanger. And I hate them. It left me mad and impatient. May 2013 is when the next one comes out. It's totally unfair!



Pg 410. Scene between Allie and Zeke

"Maybe we're both a little crazy."
"I can live with that," Zeke murmured and finally did what I'd been fearing and hoping and dreaming he'd do from the very start. His other hand reached up, framing my face, as he leaned in and kissed me.

Rating & Cover


*Won this book. No review was required.

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Acutally, I finished it already. I have to get the review typed up. Soon!

Sunday, May 20, 2012

A Shell Full of Books #4

Okay. It's Sunday again! My shell's a little full this time, but these books made me happy when I got them.

Thanks goes to Steph from The Fake Steph

Entwined by Heather Dixon
Thanks goes to Jenny from Chocolate Chunky Munkie

The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa
Thanks goes to Precious from Fragments of Life


As you can see, I have two copies of The Immortal Rules.
One of them is up for trade.
Goodreads is the best way to reach me on trading books.


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Saturday, May 19, 2012

Six-Month Blogoversay Giveaway! (Well, past it anyway)

So, it's a little past six-months when I first started this blog. Two months to be excat. Though my first post was in August, I didn't start blogging until September around my birthday. :D

Anyway, I will admit, I only started this blog to win giveaways. You kow, when you post about the giveaway to gain more entries? Well, soon, I just started writing down my thoughts about books and putting them on here. And know I'm in love with blogging, even though my time is consumed by school work and other events.

Thank God for summer!

Well soon I hope to have my reviews of The Immortal Rules and Of Poseidon up. Finals are coming up so I don't know when. But hopefully soon. :D

So, anyway, to celebrate my past Six-Month Blogoversay, I want to hold a giveaway. My second one since I now have money.

Here's what you could win:

Incarnate (ARC)
Fever (ARC)
Dark Water (ARC)
Passion (Finished)
In Darkness (ARC)

Sorry to say that no, not all of them. Just one. And one winner. :) And besides that, some swag.

First, some conditions:

1: US ONLY! Sorry, I'm not that rich.
2: I'm not responible for the book if it gets damaged.
3: All these books are ones that I own. If you've seen some of my IMMs and A Shelf Full of Books, you can tell that the floor is the one in my bedroom. All the books you see are ones I've won that I want to giveaway. :D
4: 13 years or older please.
5: The winner will be choosen at random from rafflecopter. :D

So, enter Enter Enter!

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Forgot to say Thank to my 61 GFC follower, 10 Linky followers, and all my Twitter followers.
Love you all!

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Saturday, May 12, 2012

A Shell Full of Books #3

Showing the world what books came and are going to come out. :D One shell at a time.

Oh and I apologize for not posting much this week. I had a lot of homework. Finals are in one week and it's going to be hecktic. I hope to finish The Immortal Rules this week. *fingers crossed

On to the books.


The Golden Lily by Richelle Mead
Thanks goes to Emilie from Emilie's Book World

Fever by Lauren DeStefano
Fated by Alyson Noel
Sombody Please Tell Me Who I Am by Harry Mazer & Peter Lerangis
Dreamland Social Club by Tara Alterbrando
Thanks goes to Alexandra from Collections

Of Poseidon by Anna Banks
Thanks goes to Erika from Rescue Reads

Pretty Amy by Lisa Burstein
Thanks goes to the Krazy Book Ladies over at Krazy Book Lady


Above by Leah Bobet
Thanks goes to Aeicha from Word Spelunking

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Saturday, May 5, 2012

A Shell Full fo Books #2

It's that time again! Show the world what you got this week!


Here we go!


Legend by Marie Lu
Thanks goes to Sandra from Waiting for Wentworth

The Marked by Inara Scott
Thanks goes to Michelle & Leslie from Michelle & Leslie's Book Picks


The Light Tamer by Devyn Dawson
Thanks goes to Paige from Comfort Books

Random Buzzer Points
My Beating Teenage Heart by C. K. Kelly Martin

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Thursday, May 3, 2012

GIVEAWAY ALERT!: Kindred Dreamheart Anniversary Giveawy!

Kindred Dreamheart


Okay, so Katrina is counting down to the days when her 1st Anniversay/Blogoversay is. So far it's 13 days, 1hr, 59 sec.

May 17, 2012

:D So, for this she's decided to giveaway a book to three lucky winners. And it's any book of their choice. :D
It can be HC, PB, AB, or E-book. :D
So, the link to her blog is on the right, or right here.

I'd go and enter if I were you right now. :D

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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

The Hunt review


Don’t Sweat. Don’t Laugh. Don’t draw attention to yourself. And most of all, whatever you do, do not fall in love with one of them. Gene is different from everyone else around him. He can’t run with lightning speed, sunlight doesn’t hurt him and he doesn’t have an unquenchable lust for blood. Gene is a human, and he knows the rules. Keep the truth a secret. It’s the only way to stay alive in a world of night—a world where humans are considered a delicacy and hunted for their blood.
 When he’s chosen for a once in a lifetime opportunity to hunt the last remaining humans, Gene’s carefully constructed life begins to crumble around him. He’s thrust into the path of a girl who makes him feel things he never thought possible—and into a ruthless pack of hunters whose suspicions about his true nature are growing. Now that Gene has finally found something worth fighting for, his need to survive is stronger than ever—but is it worth the cost of his humanity?


When I first heard and read the summary, my first thought was: The Hunger Games. Random people are chosen to take part in a hunt to kill other people. They train for a week, there's a big party, and a little love story.


1) Told from a guy's point of view.

2) The people are hunting hepers-humans-instead of each other.

3) Most of the story takes place at night.

4) The 'normal' people are vampires that eat all of the human.

In the world of The Hunt (town never really had a name), vampire beast rule, humans are cattle. Well, some are. There are a few humans that have been in hidding. Like Gene and Ashley June.

The Hunt was very entertaining. The fact that a boy was telling the story made it more interesting. (Sometimes reading from a girl's point of view gets kinda boring.) There was always something happening. Geen exploring the library; he finding the mysterious journal; Ashley June asking Gene why didn't show that one fateful day; Gene visiting the hepers. It was never boring. Thank God!

Now Gene. What's interesting about him is that he's human, and he never said his name until 3/4 of the book was done. Your 'name' is deteremined on where you sit in class. Odd, I know, but creative. And for 17 years he's managed to keep up appearances because of his dad. When his dad was still alive, he would tell Gene all these rules so you wouldn't end up dead like his mother and sister did. (One of them was never go to Kindergarten or First Grade. Why? Because the beasts sleep on the ceiling, and humans can't; so a young little kid could be killed.) But there's a part of him that wishes he didn't have to live in fear of the vampires. That he had a normal life. Grow up, marry Ashley June, have kids. Happily Ever After.

The rest of the characters are people who are like the rest of society: flesh/meat eating, blood drinking vampires. Except Ashley June. She's different, but I'm not saying anything. Just know she's not like most vampires.

The ending was just like the ending of Catching Fire. I HATED IT! Cliffhangers suck. They really do.

Future: don't know when the next one is coming out.


"Is it so hard to like me?" she asks, whispering, her eyes searching mine. "Is it really that hard?" Ashley June. pg 141

"Pretend all that, just for one night." Ashley June. pg 142

The Hunt is for fans of The Hunger Games and the Immortal Rules. It will never bore you.




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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Killing Two Birds With One Stone #17

KTBWOS is all about posting about giveaways that have that extra entry for a blog post or just to let people know about a giveaway. And instead of making one for each one, they're all in one post!

Okay, so there's a lot.


Yep, that's right. Another one. :D The Glimpse. It sounds really good. So good that the giveaway already has 1505 entries. Why? Because each person gets at least 70 entries individually. I know. That's a lot. So get your butt over there and enter yourself. :D
Here's the link: The Glimpse Giveaway


You gotta love Blogoversaries. Well, Book Briefs has several giveaways going on for hers. Like a Nook giveaway, a swag pack, and now:

it's an ebook! And you can enter to win it. :D I love the cover.


600. That's right. Holy crap. CONGRATS!
Anyway, she's giving away a lot of books, like Anna Dressed in Blood. :D It's so awesome. So go over and wish her congrats, and then enter yourself.
Link's on the side or right here: 600 Followers Giveaway


A Cupcake and a Latte is having a giveaway for.....

Yep. You've seen one, you seen them all. :D
So, this one is for/sponsored by MM Publicity. :D So, I suggest you get your butt over and enter yourself. :D I really need to read this book.
Oh, and enter yourself in the Fairy Tale Blog Hop giveaway too.

iLive, iLaugh, iLove Books

We love you too! Well, she's giving away the following:

$10 The Book Depository Order
Signed ARC of THE SCORPIO RACES by Maggie Stiefvater plus swag (US Only)
3 Swag packs with assortment of children's, MG, and YA (US Only)

I know right. :D I like the first one the most. :D She has so many followers. :D
Link's on the side or right here: Follower Appreciation Giveaway

Fiction Freak

Fiction Freak is also having a Follower Giveaway. 113 followers. :D CONGRATS!
Anyway, to show her appreciation, she's giving away to one winner a book of their choice from TBD under $15 or an ebook of their choice. :D
Link is on the side or right here: Follower Giveaway

bitterblue by kristin cashore book giveaway

Yep. that's right. BITTERBLUE GIVEAWAY!

So, Read. Breath. Relax. is having a giveaway for Bitterblue + A Seven Kingdom's tote bag.
Tote bag seven kingdoms bitterblue

Several other blogs are doing the same thing, but there all different giveaways.
Thank you Penguin!
Here's the link: Bitterblue Giveaway!

So, there you have it!

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