I'm so disappointed because I LOVED Burn for Burn. It was the perfect book for me. And then after that, everything seemed to go downhill from there. The second one was ridiculous [even though so many people loved it!] and the last one was just disappointing. Sorry, Burn for Burn, we are never ever getting back together.
This is a beautiful cover. Plus, this series will come up again because it ripped out my soul.
Divergent was the first ever book to get me into reading YA. Even though the series went down the drain for me, I will never forget what it's done for me.
Also, Ansel Elgort.
The Program made me so sad and then so happy and then sad again. This isn't a "parents keeping them away" kind of forbidden love. It's on such a grander scale that I can't even say without spoiling. Let's just say that I was so so so so sad for the couple and then I wasn't and then I was again.
Anyway, go read this. It's so good!
The Darkling is one of my all time favorites. There's something about him that just makes you want to love him but you're supposed to hate him and suddenly, there's a blur in the line. He isn't my favorite book boyfriend [I don't think one can have a favorite, but still!] This book messed with my emotions so much.
But to be honest, this one isn't even shocking news. Someone told me what happens in the end, I was like "okay... so?" because it was a year before the movie came out. I still haven't read the book, nor do I plan to. I'm still slightly bitter about not experiencing the ending like others but not enough to send me on rage. I was also spoiled in Harry Potter but that was because I watched the [sixth] movie before the book.
The main character in this book is me. Or at least how I felt when I was reading it. This character goes through so much growth and self discovery. Still one of my all time favorites.
Simply because it's Kasie West and Kasie West slays all of you.
Too bad this isn't for TV Shows because I'd be #Bellarke-ing all over the place. Anyway, Noah and Echo are perfect. I got to meet Katie McGarry, which was one of the best things in my short life. There's just something beautiful about the way these two different people compliment each other.
I read the first Mara Dyer book and wasn't impressed. I mean, I didn't hate it or anything, but I didn't get the hype. Seeing as I read it like a year ago, I think I'm ready to give the second book a try [more out of curiosity than anything else.]
Those who know me, know that I don't really like high fantasy. I don't hate it, but I'm not the type to typically pick one up as a first choice. For me to read one, it either has to be because of hype or recommendation. Cinder was neither. I found it on the shelf, thought it was interesting and I ended up loving it so much. There's so much detail in the world[s]. Yes there are multiple ones, four settings to be specific!
I read the first book by accident. So glad I did, though. By the time the last one rolled around, I was pretty much not okay. The ending wasn't bad, but it was an ending. All endings are bad because "I DON'T WANT IT TO END!!!" I'm still not okay. In the dead of night, you can find me crying while hugging my collection.
"Gone was any trace of you, I think that I'm finally clean."
Well, who would I be without a little bit of snark? I'm so glad this series ended. I mean, there are still like a billion more that she's writing but at least one is over. I didn't really mind this series but I didn't like the last book. It felt really...stale.
Micah can bake, is a musician and has a fun attitude. He owns my heart, he really does. Plus, I'm way better than Lainey *flips hair*
I got this from the publisher. It wasn't my first choice ARC but I got it anyway and I was like "aw no!" because I didn't really want it. Totally regretted it after because I DEVOURED this book. It's amazing and I really hope to read Dangerous Boys soon!
It was too long and not exciting enough for me the first time 'round. Also, I was definitely a starting blogger when I read it. My tastes weren't that good. I'm excited to try it again to see if my tastes have changed since.
Jessica @ Fly to Fiction
Jamie @ The Perpetual Pageturner
Jessi @ Novel Heartbeat [I know how much you love Taylor Swift]
Kelly @ Effortlessly Reading
Nikki @ Fiction Freak
Meredith @ Pandora's Books
Jenna & Crystal @ Bookiemoji
And anyone who want's to do. If you're reading this, consider yourself tagged. I wasn't really sure who to tag because IDK who likes Taylor and who doesn't [except for Jessi. Guys, Jessi is Tay's biggest fan!!!]
I had SO much fun doing this! I do feel really basic, though, because I've only read like a hundred and fifty YA books in my lifetime. I know, judge me! So my options for this are really limited.
Feel free to use my questions [the last seven are mine, so please credit!] and let me know when it goes live. I'd love to hear what your picks are!