12.21.2012

Froi of the Exiles by Melina Marchetta

I jumped into this book not wanting to wait to see what happens. I loved the way the action and adventure began so fast. The surprises and turn of events added a characteristic that made me want to keep reading. The only draw back I have from this  book is the ending, it was left handing. I cannot wait until the third book comes out to see how things are taken care of.

12.21.2012

The Hunger Games by: Suzanne Collins

I wanted to read this book after watching the movie, just to see if the movie was anything like the book. I love the book, especially since all of Katniss’s thoughts were written down.  Now I can’t wait to read the second and third books.

12.21.2012

Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

This is the second book for the Hunger Games, and Collins does not let this book fail. She wrote it with more twist and turns, but never failing to show how Katniss sees the Seventy Five Hunger Games, or the nightmares that come from the last games.

12.21.2012

Mockingjay by: Suzanne Collins

This bittersweet ending of this marvelous triology was great. Collins pulled the story closed, without destroying the plot. The plot was great; showing how one girl, who is a hero in everones’ eyes, is broken and fighting for life. And Collins nails the ending, there are a worst games to play.

12.21.2012

The Chase by Diann Mills

The ending was great, however I was sorely disappointed on the beginning of book.  I loved the way the case was unraveling, however the two main characters seem to not be very developed until almost the end of the book, which seemed out of place.

12.21.2012

Grave Mercy by Robin Lafevers

This was a great read, I love the how the characters are themselves; how they are made and molded to fit the story.  The plot and setting are fascinating, to see how a women who is raised for killing to being able  see hope and a second chance.

12.21.2012

Bitterblue By:Kristin Cashore

This sequel to Graceling, was great, unlike Fire (the companion book) the plot was defined and moving. Seeing Bitterblue break so rules, and help her people is inspiring, by the end of the book, your still wanting to see Bitterblue keep progressing and helping her people.

12.21.2012

A Game of Thrones By: George R.R. Martin

I hear this was a great series, however I read up to page 94, and the plot is not even defined, and I am not enthused with hardly any character; so I stopped reading it.

12.21.2012

Seraphina By: Rachel Harman

I love this book, the mystery of the murder and the planning of murders was captivating. The main character was great she was a balanced between the two worlds, and she was smart enough to keep things balanced between both worlds of Dragons and Humans.

12.21.2012

The Girl in the Steel Corset By: Kady Cross

This was a different type of book,  I enjoyed the fact that a woman can fight, but one that has the will power to do good in doing so. The mystery of “The Machinist” along with the society that Finley hangs around with makes this book great read, and a great story.

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