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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Book Haul January

 So my unofficial new years goal is to restrict/control the amount of money I spend on books!! This month I did quite well at this but unfortunately this does mean that I don't have that many books to tell you all about. So this month I bought 4 new books are they were:

I read the Snow Like Ashes this month and really enjoyed as you can see from my review of it. So I had to check out Ice Like Fire (Snow Like Ashes #2) by Sara Raasch to see how this trilogy continued.

The next two books I bought this month were two of the December releases had been looking forward to and they were both sequels to some amazing books. These two books are: Endure (Defy #3) by Sara Larson, See How They Run (Embassy Row #2) by Ally Carter.

The last book I bought in January was Never Fade by


Friday, January 29, 2016

February Releases

February has sooooooo many good sounding books coming out I am not sure that my bank balance is going to happy with me if I was to buy all these, but I can at least ogle then until I can buy them.


Assassin's Heart (#1) by

Release Date: 23rd February (Kindle)
(Note: Hardback available: 1st March 2016)
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I have a feeling that this book might have been released some time in January in the US but here in the UK we have had to wait a little bit longer. I have never really got into Yelena Zaltana's story as much as I did Opal's, but I have read the all of Maria V. Snyder's books (such an amazing author!) and with that surprise at the end of Shadow Study I want to know how things continue.

Sword and Verse by Kathy MacMillan

Release Date: 25th February 2016
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This another fantasy which I have had my eye on for quite a while, check out my Waiting on Wednesday post to see what it's all about.

Other book's which is being released in February are Blackhearts by Nicole Castroman (released:09/02/16) and  These Vicious Masks by Tarun Shanker (released: 09/02/16) both books have been getting a lot of attention online in the last few months but I can't decide if they are for me.  

Let me know if you are have/ are going to read any of these books, is there any I should prioritise reading first? Let me know. *scurries away to re-count pennies, in hope that they might have multiplied in my absence *  

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Hills of Books on Bloglovin

I have finally done it!! Yes that right people I finally gave it a go, and I am now on Bloglovin! It took me a wee while to figure out how to sort it all out, but hopefully *figures tightly crossed* you can now follow me over on Bloglovin! WOOP!!

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Waiting on Wednesday #10 - The Tiger and the Wolf

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Breaking the Spine, which spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating!

Release Date: 11th February 2016

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In the bleak northern crown of the world, war is coming

Maniye’s father is the Wolf clan’s chieftain, but she’s an outcast. Her mother was queen of the Tiger and these tribes have been enemies for generations. Maniye also hides a deadly secret. All can shift into their clan’s animal form, but Maniye can take on tiger and wolf shapes. She can’t disown half her soul, so escapes – with the killer Broken Axe in pursuit.

Maniye’s father plots to rule the north, and controlling his daughter is crucial to his schemes. However, other tribes also prepare for strife. It’s a season for omens as priests foresee danger, a time of testing and broken laws. Some say a great war is coming, overshadowing even Wolf ambitions. But what spark will set the world ablaze?

Why I am Waiting

Firstly look at that cover! Isn't that such a beautiful cover? Any way I stumbled across this book while browsing amazon the other day and the cover drew me in. However I then read the synopsis and it has some of my favourite situations: daughter of leader as the main character; deathly secrets, unique abilities; political intrigue and conflict. Sounds like quite a ride! I haven't read any of the other book by the author so I have no idea if his writing style is my type but I shall wait and see. Adrian is also UK based (Whoop for UK authors!!) but unfortunately since I didn't find out about this book until a few weeks ago it might be a while before I get around to reading.

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Endure (Defy #3) by Sara B. Larson

Spoilers For Defy and Ignite

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At last, Alexa and King Damian are engaged to be married. But their lives are far from safe. The kingdom of Antion is under siege, and Rylan is a prisoner of the enemy. Even worse, Alexa remains at the mercy of the evil Dansiian Rafe, who controls her mind and can force Alexa to kill or harm Damian at any moment. Despite this, Alexa is determined to rescue Rylan, which soon leads her far from Damian and deep into enemy territory.

When she arrives, what awaits her is deadlier than anything she could have ever imagined: an army of black sorcerers and a horrifying plot to destroy the world as Alexa knows it. Will she be able to gather the strength to free herself, protect the love of her life, and save the land? Will there ever be true peace?

4.5 Star Review

The trilogy comes to an end and this book throws all the feels it can in all the possible forms. Firstly there is always feels at the end of a series when you know that you are saying goodbye to the various characters which you have spent hours getting to know as you read their adventures. However this book is heart-breaking, the interactions between Damian and Alexa in the first 60 or so pages were heart-warming yet tragic and just piles on the feels as their sense of hopelessness increases. The loss of some of the people who meant a lot to the main characters, also added to the endless list of tragedies which Alexa and the kingdom have to deal with and adding pressure and more grief to Damian's shoulders.

I was glad that Alexa spent more time with Eljin in this book, he has been quite a side character for the first two books. He played important roles in keeping the kingdom safe up till this point but I didn't feel as though I real knew much about him beyond he was a good sorcerer and he was loyal to Damian, so it was great than in this book we got to know more about his character.

The second half of this book was all action, followed by more death and destruction. It showed that Alexa can endure - as suggested by the books title!- most things that is thrown at her but not without physical and emotional injury.

I am glad for the preface being from Damian's point of view (POV) although it was slightly heart-breaking to read what he had been through from his perspective it was a good reminder of what happen happened in the past. I was also glad that we got an epilogue - although  I still want more about how people cope 'after' in their new roles - it was so nice to read an interaction between the two character's featured in the epilogue which didn't take place with the threat of war hanging over their heads and wasn't strained by lies and secrets they were both keeping.

Final thoughts

So a great ending to this trilogy - although I would always read more - this book is emotional as well as action packed and tense. It is sad to have turn the last page of Endure and say good bye to so many great characters.

Monday, January 18, 2016

Ice Like Fire (Snow Like Ashes #2) by Sara Raasch


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It’s been three months since the Winterians were freed and Spring’s king, Angra, disappeared—thanks largely to the help of Cordell.

Meira just wants her people to be safe. When Cordellan debt forces the Winterians to dig their mines for payment, they unearth something powerful and possibly dangerous: Primoria’s lost chasm of magic. Theron sees this find as an opportunity—with this much magic, the world can finally stand against threats like Angra. But Meira fears the danger the chasm poses—the last time the world had access to so much magic, it spawned the Decay. So when the king of Cordell orders the two on a mission across the kingdoms of Primoria to discover the chasm’s secrets, Meira plans to use the trip to garner support to keep the chasm shut and Winter safe—even if it means clashing with Theron. But can she do so without endangering the people she loves?

Mather just wants to be free. The horrors inflicted on the Winterians hang fresh and raw in Januari—leaving Winter vulnerable to Cordell’s growing oppression. When Meira leaves to search for allies, he decides to take Winter’s security into his own hands. Can he rebuild his broken kingdom and protect them from new threats?

As the web of power and deception weaves tighter, Theron fights for magic, Mather fights for freedom—and Meira starts to wonder if she should be fighting not just for Winter, but for the world.

4.5 Star Review

I think this book suffered from the second book syndrome where it's more of a filler than anything major happening plot wise. One thing that was gone very well in this book was the world building as we got to see more of the various kingdoms and learn more about the different customs and cultures.

The first chapter of this book shows the reader that although Meira is now the Queen she is still has the desire to be a warrior, it also shows us that Cordell is still as controlling as in the first book presenting Meria with the issue of ruling her kingdom while also repaying - and being controlled by Cordell.

Mather's POV shows how much he has changed since he found out he wasn't actually the king, he seems to be consumed by anger and frustration. At the start of the book Mather was a in my opinion seemed weak and almost moping about the situation but as the book goes on he seems to grow more confident and is more willing to stand-up for what he wants and what he believes winter needs.

It was great to read more about the different kingdoms and the culture and the attitudes of the rules explained why they never reached out to help winter, something I didn't really understand in the first book. It was also great to see some more strong-willed women make an appearance - like Ceridwen - as before it seemed like Meria was the only woman who was willing to fight for what they wanted.

It takes quite a while for the various charterer's to get their head together and actually act. But when they do we get a dramatic show down where some loyalties become very clear and other remain a bit of a mystery. The romance was less of a focus in this book than in the first, the majority of the romance in this book is Meria trying to work out what Theron is up to - something I am still trying to do - and also what her feeling are for him.

Overall a good read, it wasn't quite as good as the first book but it was great at expanding the readers knowledge of the world, and also introduced new characters to create the stage ready for the final book in the trilogy.

Friday, January 15, 2016

Day 5 - Green Books

 So all the Christmas decorations have been down for a few days now and my walls all look a bit bare. But Fear not, I still have my beautiful books to make my room pretty so I thought I would share with you all some of the brightly coloured book I have on my shelves.

So green books.... well I was surprised when I was looking through my books how many green covered book I had. And here they are:

1) This first picture is my high fantasy green books these are some great books and I would recommend them all;
  • Magic Study by Maria. V. Snyder
  • The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
  • The Kiss of Deception by Mary. E. Pearson
  • Defy by Sara Larson
  • Graceling by Kristen Cashore    
2) This second picture is more supernatural/urban fantasy books;
  • Shift by Rachel Vincent
  • Ingo by Helen Dunmore
  • The Deep by Helen Dunmore
  • Taken by Storm by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
  • Ignite Me by

So those are the majority of the green books that are currently on my shelves, let me know if you have read any of them and tell me what you thought. 

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Day 4 - Blue Books

So all the Christmas decorations have been down for a few days now and my walls all look a bit bare. But Fear not, I still have my beautiful books to make my room pretty so I thought I would share with you all some of the brightly coloured book I have on my shelves.

I have so many blue books (which is nice as it's my favourite colour)  I have just chosen a few to share with you here;

  • All These Things I've Done by Gabrielle Zevin
  • Fire Study by Maria V. Synder
  • The Rogues Princess by Eva Edwards
  • Shatter Me by

So there you have it a small selection of my blue books I loved 'All These Things I've Done' but I haven't see that many people talking about it, so would love to know if you have read it!  

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Day 3 - Pink Books

So all the Christmas decorations have been down for a few days now and my walls all look a bit bare. But Fear not, I still have my beautiful books to make my room pretty so I thought I would share with you all some of the brightly coloured book I have on my shelves.
I found I don't have that may pink books of my shelves, but I have found a few and they are:
  • The Squad; Perfect Cover (see my review here)
  • Wild Orchid by Cameron Dokey
  • Spy Glass (Opal Cowan #3) by Maria V Synder
  • Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins
  • The Last Princess by Galaxy Craze  
I would love to see your pink books especially if they of a the fantasy genre is there a load that I just haven't read ?

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Day 2 - Yellow Books

So all the Christmas decorations have been down for a few days now and my walls all look a bit bare. But Fear not, I still have my beautiful books to make my room pretty so I thought I would share with you all some of the brightly coloured book I have on my shelves.

I have found I hard to find yellow books on my bookcase I don't know if this is because there aren't as many book's published with yellow covers or if it is just that I haven't bought any! So here is my small collection of yellow (and few stray orange) books;

  • Prey by Rachel Vincent
  • City of Bones by Cassandra Clare
  • Imperial Spy by Mark Robson
  • Fated by Alyson Noel
  • Rebel Heart by Moira Young
  • Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson

So there you have them, I haven't read some of these so if you would recommend any of them let me know. Also would love to see any book you own will yellow covers -surely they aren't as rare as they seem to be? 

Monday, January 11, 2016

Day 1 - Purple Books

So all the Christmas decorations have been down for a few days now and my walls all look a bit bare. But Fear not, I still have my beautiful books to make my room pretty so I thought I would share with you all some of the brightly coloured book I have on my shelves.
 Todays colour is purple and the is a large range of genres for these purple covered books from high fantasy, dystopian to high school spies.

  • The Squad: Killer Spirit by Jennifer L. Barnes
  • Etiquette & Espionage by Gail Carriger
  • Imperial Assassin by Mark Robson
  • Insurgent by Veronica Roth
  • The Tide Knot by Helen Dunmore
  • Ignite by Sara B. Larson

Something I have just noticed about these book all but one of them is a sequel, I wonder why that might be! So these are my purple books let me know if you have read any of these in the comments below.  

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Snow Like Ashes (Snow Like Ashes #1) by Sara Raasch

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A heartbroken girl. A fierce warrior. A hero in the making.

Sixteen years ago the Kingdom of Winter was conquered and its citizens enslaved, leaving them without magic or a monarch. Now, the Winterians’ only hope for freedom is the eight survivors who managed to escape, and who have been waiting for the opportunity to steal back Winter’s magic and rebuild the kingdom ever since.

Orphaned as an infant during Winter’s defeat, Meira has lived her whole life as a refugee, raised by the Winterians’ general, Sir. Training to be a warrior—and desperately in love with her best friend, and future king, Mather — she would do anything to help her kingdom rise to power again.

So when scouts discover the location of the ancient locket that can restore Winter’s magic, Meira decides to go after it herself. Finally, she’s scaling towers, fighting enemy soldiers, and serving her kingdom just as she’s always dreamed she would. But the mission doesn’t go as planned, and Meira soon finds herself thrust into a world of evil magic and dangerous politics – and ultimately comes to realize that her destiny is not, never has been, her own.

5 Star Review

This book has been on my radar for quite a few months but with the release of the sequel in the latter part of 2015 the series was once again brought to my attention. The beginning of this book is very good at setting the scene; the reader quickly gets to know the personalities of the main characters thought there interactions and it becomes clear that they know each other well, the romance that will feature in the book is also introduced well in the beginning chapters (who doesn't love a forbidden romance!?). The magic system and the current political situation are also explained in theses chapters.
I spent most of the book trying to work out more about Meira's history and origins as we don't really get to read much about her past most of this book which - of course - made me want to know more about were she had come from. 'Sir' is also a fascinating character he always seems to have a plan which he doesn't share with anyone.  I love the way in which the little group interact with each other - there familiarity which each other habits, thoughts and feelings.   
I really enjoyed the romance side of this book we started with one of my favourite tropes, forbidden love where both people like the other but the situation prevents them from actually getting together. However, later on in the book the forbidden love turns into a love triangle. Now wait, don't let it put you off, I am not a great fan of love triangles the indecision, the wavering between one option and another is so infuriating but this DIDN'T happen -at least not in this book can't say for the sequels- when the love triangle is introduced it isn't by Maira's own choice. However, as the situation is delicate it isn't just the three of them which she has to consider and  I can totally understand her choice. She seems to go about 'choosing' in a more mature way she doesn't try and play them both they are both aware of the other's position.
The ending was well rounded, most things seemingly get resolved with a few issues to be smoothed over. I can't wait to see more of how the various characters react to the new situations that are now in, as they are vastly different from where they started.  


Thursday, January 07, 2016

The Traitor by Seth Dickinson











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Tomorrow, on the beach, Baru Cormorant will look up from the sand of her home and see red sails on the horizon.

The Empire of Masks is coming, armed with coin and ink, doctrine and compass, soap and lies. They'll conquer Baru’s island, rewrite her culture, criminalize her customs, and dispose of one of her fathers. But Baru is patient. She'll swallow her hate, prove her talent, and join the Masquerade. She will learn the secrets of empire. She’ll be exactly what they need. And she'll claw her way high enough up the rungs of power to set her people free.

In a final test of her loyalty, the Masquerade will send Baru to bring order to distant Aurdwynn, a snakepit of rebels, informants, and seditious dukes. Aurdwynn kills everyone who tries to rule it. To survive, Baru will need to untangle this land’s intricate web of treachery - and conceal her attraction to the dangerously fascinating Duchess Tain Hu.

But Baru is a savant in games of power, as ruthless in her tactics as she is fixated on her goals. In the calculus of her schemes, all ledgers must be balanced, and the price of liberation paid in full.

3 Star Review

I loved the way in which this book started as we get to read the invasion through the eyes of a child. You can tell that she is a determined and intelligent girl from the very start It was also great to she her -especially at the beginning- trying to balance the tradition's she has always accepted and the new culture which she is being taught.

Baru's determination continues though out the book and she has this great balance of bravery and moments of doubt and self-pity. There are so many people playing for power in this book at some stages it was hard to keep up with who was doing what and why. There were even parts of book where I wasn't sure what Baru herself was aiming for. All thought I enjoyed this book it didn't grab me, I just didn't connect with the character and the storyline.

This book is complex and full of rebellion plans, moves and counter moves, twists and turns. I love the quote on the front of this book; 'A mask can hide a thousand lies...' and I think this just sums up this book as Baru can't trust anybody if she wishes to succeed in her ultimate aim.

P.S. This book has a cool map with notes on each of the Dukes and Dutch's with I found slightly helpful but there were a few times where it took me quite a while to link the person to the place described on the map and Baru's home country wasn't included which was confusing for me at the start.

Wednesday, January 06, 2016

Waiting on Wednesday #9 - The Crown's Game

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Breaking the Spine, which spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating!

Release Date: 17th May 2016
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Vika Andreyeva can summon the snow and turn ash into gold. Nikolai Karimov can see through walls and conjure bridges out of thin air. They are enchanters—the only two in Russia—and with the Ottoman Empire and the Kazakhs threatening, the Tsar needs a powerful enchanter by his side.

And so he initiates the Crown’s Game, an ancient duel of magical skill—the greatest test an enchanter will ever know. The victor becomes the Imperial Enchanter and the Tsar’s most respected adviser. The defeated is sentenced to death.

Raised on tiny Ovchinin Island her whole life, Vika is eager for the chance to show off her talent in the grand capital of Saint Petersburg. But can she kill another enchanter—even when his magic calls to her like nothing else ever has?

For Nikolai, an orphan, the Crown’s Game is the chance of a lifetime. But his deadly opponent is a force to be reckoned with—beautiful, whip smart, imaginative—and he can’t stop thinking about her.

And when Pasha, Nikolai’s best friend and heir to the throne, also starts to fall for the mysterious enchantress, Nikolai must defeat the girl they both love . . . or be killed himself.

As long-buried secrets emerge, threatening the future of the empire, it becomes dangerously clear . . . the Crown’s Game is not one to lose.

Why I Am Waiting

I had never heard of this book before the cover was released late 2015 and a few people started talking about it. I check it out then and added it to my maybe list but it wasn't till I watched The YA Book Traveller's book trailer which brought the synopsis to life (check out this video here).

Monday, January 04, 2016

December Wrap-up

In December it felt as though I read a lot more books than I actually did as I decide I was going to read as much of my TRB pile as I could rather than re-read books so I had limited re-reading this month. I have separated the books I have read into genres and given each a rating out of 5. I would love to know if you have also read any of these books and what you thought of them let me know in the comments below:

High Fantasy and Sci-fi

The Traitor by Seth Dickinson
3 Stars
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The Finisher (Vega Jane #1) by David Baldacci
3.5 Stars
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Defy (Defy #1) by Sara B. Larson
4.5 Stars
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Unravelling by Elizabeth Norris
4 Stars
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Fight or Flight (Out of Orbit #2) by Chele Cooke
4 Stars (See review here)
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Paranormal Romance

(not sure Forgotten would fit this - or any - genre)
Shadows of Ancients (The Ancients books1-4) by Christine M. Butter
Re- read
4 Stars
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Elsker (The Elsker Saga books1-3) by S.T.Bende
4.5 Stars
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Forgotten by Cat Patrick
4 Stars
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The Red Wolf's Prize by Regan Walker
Re-read (Adult book)
3.5 stars
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Hemlock (Tales of a Traveller #1)
5 Stars (re-read)
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Wolfbane (Tales of a Traveller #2)
5 Stars (re-read)
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Pride+ Prejudice+ Zombies
3.5 Stars
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Royal Rebel by Dana Taylor
3 Stars
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Ash by Malinda Lo
3 Stars
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Death by Latte by Linda Gerber
3.5 Stars
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Agent 21: Reloaded by Chris Ryan
3 Stars
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Sunday, January 03, 2016

Top 10 Books of 2015

2016 has started so I have had a look back over the books I have read this year and I was surprised at how few books I had given 5 stars! Not all my 5 star books have made onto this list as I have looked back at them and well...some of the book I originally gave 4 stars have stayed with my more than some of the 5 star ones. So here are my 10 (+1) favourite books of 2015:

10.5) Elsker (The Elsker Saga) by 
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10) Shadows of the Ancients (The Ancients #1) by
9) Arcadia Awakens (Arkadien #1) by Kai Meyer
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8) Defy (#1) by Sara B. Larson
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7) Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
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6) The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson
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5) All Fall Down (Embassy Row #1) by Ally Carter
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4) Hemlock (Tales of Traveler #1) by 

3) Queen of Shadows (Throne of Glass #4) by Sarah J. Maas
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2) A Court of Thorns and Roses (ACOTAR #1) by Sarah J. Maas
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1) The Wrath and The Dawn by

There we have it my top reads of 2015 I was surprised and the range of topics which featured in this list I thought I would mainly be high fantasy. Although high fantasy is a main feature in this list with two Sarah J. Maas books as well as  Kiss of Deception and Defy, there were also quite a few supernatural romance books: Elsker, Shadows of the Ancients and Arcadia Awakens. Would love to know some of your favourite book you read in 2015 let me know in the comments below.

Saturday, January 02, 2016

December Book Haul

December is a month of Sales and shopping and I thought I would have an epicly long list of books to share with you but it just didn't seem to happen that way but here are the books I did buy and was given this December;

1) Seeker by

So these three books were in the Black Friday sales so I grabbed them while these where cheap and had been on my to-buy-list for quite a while.

So I got two book under my Christmas tree this year and they are books I have been meaning to buy for a few months now so I am so glad that I got them from my family at they are:

Snow Like Ashes by

Friday, January 01, 2016

January Releases


So 2016 has started WOW! I don't know how this happened so fast, another year gone!
 Anyway onto the books; January seem to be another slow month for publishing but the books that are coming out have been hyped so much by other book blogger and I can't wait to see what all the fuss is about (fingers crossed it's not a let down!).  


Truthwitch (The Witchlands #1) by

"In a continent on the edge of war, two witches hold its fate in their hands."

I have see so many people talk about this book as so many ARC seemed to go out. I unfortunately didn't manage to get my hands on a ARC so I shall have to wait with everyone else to make up my own mind on this book when it is release in January.

Passenger by Alexandra Bracken

Release Date: 5th January
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I love a good time travel book and I loved the one Alexandra Bracken I have read so I hope this book lives up to my expectations.

Sword and the Verse by Kathy MacMillan     

Release Date: 19th January
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This book is only out in kindle form in the UK in January, the Hardback doesn't come out until  25th February! I love the sound of this book and have been eyeing it for a while, I now just have to decide whether I should wait for the physical copy to be released so I can have it looking pretty on my bookcase or whether I should get it in e-book form!! Ah the hard decisions that a book-lover has to make ;)



P.S Should also mention that the UK Paperback versions of See How They Run (Embassy Row #2) by Ally Carter comes out on the 14th of January and the Hardback comes out on the 1st of January!!!!
So those are the three I am looking forward to being released let me know in the comments below what books you are looking forwards to being published this month.