Saturday, 30 May 2015


Warning!! Just because you put a famous name on the book, it doesn't make it a GOOD book.

GIRL ONLINE is a debut novel by the very british and very famous vlogger Zoe Sugg aka Zoella. Her beauty, fashion and lifestyle vlogs have gained her millions of YouTube subscribers, with even more viewing the vlog every month. So she has decided to go on a new adventure - writing stories for  her audience.

And of course, I had to find out for myself if her attempt of becoming a writer has been successful. When contemporary YA is involved, I am there!


Penny has a secret.

Under the alias Girl Online, Penny blogs her hidden feelings about friendship, boys, her crazy family and the panic attacks that have begun to take over her life. When things go from bad to worse, her family whisks her away to New York, where she meets Noah: a gorgeous, guitar-strumming American. Suddenly Penny is falling in love - and capturing every moment of it on her blog.

But Noah has a secret too. One that threatens to ruin Penny's cover - and her closest friendship - forever.


Let's talk about the edition first. I own the hardback published in 2014. It's a blue book with pictures on the cover and a big red title of the book. Modern. Simple. But I do like it. 344 pages divided into 44 chapters. A quick and easy read.

Now the writing... Firstly, let me point out how disappointed I was when I learned a big juicy secret.  It seems that Zoe actually has not written the book herself. The story line and the characters are her idea, but the whole writing of the story it's not. And the way she was going about it - putting her name on the book, writing a big thank you note on how she stayed up all night writing.. - that all made me angry when I found out that she hasn't actually written the book. Shadow-writing is not something I am a fan of. Period. There is so many talented authors and young writers out there who have an idea and wrote a great story and didn't have enough credit for it. But someone like Zoe just puts her name on a book she even didn't write and it becomes an instant best-seller... I am not sure where the literally world is going if this would continue. Rant over.

Now, let's talk about the writing. It was easy to read. Relate able. Funny at times. But at the same time I felt like the quirkiness of the main character was forced. The so called embarrassing  situations were too boring and too predictable. Actually, the whole story was like a bad take on cinderella story. It's more like a  Cinderella story has gone from bad to worse.  

A girl starts a blog. She becomes famous overnight. But she is shy in real life and has plenty of mortifyingly embarrassing situations under her belt. When she hits a rock bottom a miracle happens and her parents whisk her off to New York, where everyone praises her photographic abilities. She meets a boy who turns out to be a rock star. Really?!?! Could you be even more predictable? 

Anyways, there are some good points to the story. I know, I am surprised myself. But I do like the fact that the book addresses the issue of panic attacks. There are so many young people out there who are struggling with this issue. And not many know what are they going through or how to cope with them. So I am very happy that the author ( and hopefully this was one of Zoe's ideas too) decided to share the experience with the readers and give them a deeper glimpse into this problem.

So all in all... This is a book with too predictable development. It is very easy to read so if you fancy a quick read which won't make your head hurts, you have the right one for your list.

I am so sorry Zoe, but your book failed to impress me. 

Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Waiting On Wednesday #15 : TONIGHT THE STREETS ARE OURS by Leila Sales

by Leila Sales

Publication Date : September 15th 2015
Publisher : Farrar, Straus & Giroux
Genre : Young Adult / Contemporary
Available To Pre-Order : Amazon UK

From the author of This Song Will Save Your Life comes a funny and relatable book about the hazards of falling for a person you haven't met yet.

Seventeen-year-old Arden Huntley is recklessly loyal. Taking care of her loved ones is what gives Arden purpose in her life and makes her feel like she matters. But she's tired of being loyal to people who don't appreciate her—including her needy best friend and her absent mom. 

Arden finds comfort in a blog she stumbles upon called "Tonight the Streets Are Ours," the musings of a young New York City writer named Peter. When Peter is dumped by the girlfriend he blogs about, Arden decides to take a road trip to see him.

During one crazy night out in NYC filled with parties, dancing, and music—the type of night when anything can happen, and nearly everything does—Arden discovers that Peter isn't exactly who she thought he was. And maybe she isn't exactly who she thought she was, either.


What can I say? Contemporary YA novel about discovering yourself and who you supposed to be? I am there. I have read Leila's THIS SONG WILL SAVE YOUR LIFE and I love the fact that it wasn't a love story, but a tale of discovering yourself and your potential. Hopefully, TONIGHT THE STREETS ARE OURS will be as good as the first novel. 

What are you waiting for this Wednesday? 

**"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking The Spine

that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.**

Monday, 25 May 2015


Warning! Losing hope in love and faith? Read this book and your world be bright again!

THE GEOGRAPHY OF YOU AND ME is a contemporary YA love story written by lovely and very, very talented Jennifer E. Smith.

I love Jennifer's writing. Every single story I have read so far, I have fallen in love with straight from the start. And this one wasn't any different.


Owen lives in the basement. Lucy lives on the 24th floor. But when the power goes out in the midst of a New York heatwave, they find themselves together for the first time: stuck in a lift between the 10th and 11th floors. As they await help, they start talking...

The brief time they spend together leaves a mark. And as their lives take them to Edinburgh and San Francisco, to Prague and to Portland they can't shake the memory of the time they shared. Postcards cross the globe when they themselves can't, as Owen and Lucy experience the joy - and pain - of first love.

And as they make their separate journeys in search of home, they discover that sometimes it is a person rather than a place that anchors you most in the world.


Firstly, let's have a look at the edition first. Paperback. 337 pages divided into 51 chapters. Black & White photograph of Lucy & Owen on the background of New York. There is a splash of blue stars and the title is written in large writing. I love how all the books the author wrote tie together. They have similar design, which always goes down well with me. Well done to the graphic team behind the books.

The writing is wonderful as usual. Easy to read. Very relate able. Modern. Funny at times. Packed with emotions which makes you fall in love with straight from the first page. The story is divided into 5 parts ( HERE; THERE; EVERYWHERE; SOMEWHERE; HOME ) and it is told from both main characters points of view.

Now, let's have a little chat about the story itself. I absolutely adore love-stories written by Smith's pen. Every single one of them captured my heart. And this one is no different. Love at first sight - love at first blackout. A friendship which has formed in dark New York City. A friendship which left a mark on both participants. They formed an unbreakable bond which turned into love. Love so deep that it survived the distance and time...

I love how Smith incorporated travelling into different cities around the world. And she brought back postcards. How I love the art of sending postcards. Bring back letters and postcards!!

Owen is a great male character. He puts the needs of his father before his own. He is sensitive, smart and a very good person. He is polite and treats people right. Lucy is a beautiful girl who is alone most of her time. And then she meets Owen and she finds her soulmate - a new friend who she wants to share her life and adventures with. But the life isn't as simple as we want. And this is a love-story so of course, there would be some barriers put into their way before they find their happiness.

And it wouldn't be a Smith's book if it doesn't end with open ending. A room for future developments.

So well done Ms Smith, you have wrote another beautiful love story which has become a permanent part of my library.

Thursday, 21 May 2015


Warning! If you are expecting a cheesy story, you are wrong. I was myself. This book is more than meets the eye.

LOUDER THAN WORDS is a second book I have read from the pen and mind of Laura Jarratt. It's a contemporary YA novel which manages to surprise you in the most unexpected way.

The first ever novel I have read from Ms Jarratt was Skin Deep. This book was so unusual and I enjoyed it so much, that I have immediately purchased the whole collection of books from this author. And Louder Than Words was one of these books.

To be honest, at the start I was not that impressed with the synopsis, but as I read on I have realised that there is more to this book... So I kept on reading to see if I was wrong.. Turns out I wasn't.


Rafi hasn't spoken for eight years. It's up to her to tell her brother's story now that he can't speak either ...

Rafi idolises her seventeen-year-old brother, who is popular, generous and a borderline genius. Ever protective, Silas always includes her when he's with his friends, so Rafi gets to hear all sorts of things that younger sisters wouldn't normally be a part of. Like the time Silas hacks a gaming site to help out his friend Josie, who has been trashed by her ex.

With Josie, Rafi finds herself with a proper friend for the first time in her life. As they grow closer, she realises that she wants to find a way back into the world – she wants to learn to speak again. But Silas has found a new interest too – and it’s taking him away from everything that was once important to him. Can Rafi find the words to save her brother?


So let's talk about the edition first. Paperback. 403 pages long divided into 59 chapters. Each chapter begins with a quote either from Josie's Pinterest Wall or Rafi's Truth Wall. On the front cover is a picture of a girl with bright blue eyes who can see all of your secrets. I assume this is Rafi. A little bit of a boring design, but it serves the purpose. 

The writing is easy to read. Modern. Sad at times. But funny at times too. It's quite relate able of many people of different generations. 

Let me tell how intrigued I was with the idea of the book written from the point of view of someone who doesn't speak. I wasn't sure how it would work, but once I start reading and found out that the book actually written from various points of view I was pleasantly surprised. I thought it would the predictable story. Girl can't talk. She meets a boy or a new friend and through the friendship her confidence rises and she will start talking. But I was wrong. This tale is so much more. 

Firstly I wasn't expecting the story take a turn to riots and anarchy. I am not sure if this story was inspired by events in UK and London couple years ago, but it definitely made the book stand out. It was interesting to have a glimpse into that world and how Silas got sucked into it. I wasn't a fan of Lara straight from the start, but as I read on I hated her even more. That girl was kind of brainwashed and ruthless. I think she thought she means well, but didn't take the right approach. And Silas was a like puppy dog in love. Now Rafi and Josie's friendship was so sweet. I love how easy going and tender it was at times. They have complimented each other. Rafi, the girl with progressing muteism.. And Josie, who has the gift of the gap. She cannot stop talking. But the best part of the story was the beautiful and sweet relationship between Rafi and Silas. The level of how much they care for each other was touchily heartbreaking. We all should have the same relationship with our siblings. 

So thank  you Ms Jarratt. At the beginning I was not sure about your story if I am being frank. The blur on the back of the book doesn't give it justice. But as I kept on reading, I have grown to fall in love with the originality of this story. And I loved that this wasn't a love story. It wasn't a story where boy meets a girl, they go through a roller coaster ride of life and everything will work out.. everything would all lovey dovey. This is a different story of love. It's a story of right and wrong. It's a story of friendship. And this is why I did enjoy the novel at the end. 

So well done. You have wrote a unique story for the YA genre I think every one should read at least once. 

Saturday, 16 May 2015


Warning! Are you ready for a different approach to coming-of-age novels? Good. Because this book is exactly what you are looking for.

THE BEGINNING OF EVERYTHING is a contemporary YA novel written by the lovely and very talented Robyn Schneider.

This book has created a lot of buzz in the book lover's sphere straight after it has been published. I have been meaning to read it for quite some time, but an opportunity has arrived in the form of mine and Carpe Librum Girl's monthly book club on Instagram - ZC Book Club*. So I have finally found out what is this well known novel is about.


Golden boy Ezra Faulkner believes everyone has a tragedy waiting for them—a single encounter after which everything that really matters will happen. His particular tragedy waited until he was primed to lose it all: in one spectacular night, a reckless driver shatters Ezra’s knee, his athletic career, and his social life.

No longer a front-runner for Homecoming King, Ezra finds himself at the table of misfits, where he encounters new girl Cassidy Thorpe. Cassidy is unlike anyone Ezra’s ever met, achingly effortless, fiercely intelligent, and determined to bring Ezra along on her endless adventures.

But as Ezra dives into his new studies, new friendships, and new love, he learns that some people, like books, are easy to misread. And now he must consider: if one’s singular tragedy has already hit and everything after it has mattered quite a bit, what happens when more misfortune strikes? 


Let's talk about the wonderful edition first. I own the paperback published in July 2014 by Katherine Tegan Books. 335 pages long divided into 33 chapters. The edition has a beautiful and eye-catching blue and black design. Bold lettering announcing the title of the book. There is a little drawing of a ride in amusement park which I think symbolises the roller-coaster ride which a life can be. Simple design, but very effective. 

The story is written from Ezra's point of view. The writing is engaging. Modern. Funny. Sarcastic at times. But very relate able. It draws you in and won't let go. I think this book is one of the exceptions when I do actually enjoy reading a story from a boy/man's point of view. Possibly this is due to the fact that this novel can be categorised as a coming-of-age story. 

It's about change when you least expected and faith guiding you to your planned destiny. Ezra thought that he had it all planned out. He was popular. Had a good prospect on becoming a well-know athlete. He had the girl every one wanted. But then an accident happened and Ezra was forced to re-valuate the important things in life. And that is what is important in this novel. No, it's not a love story. If you are after a love story with happy ending where everyone ends up with the person they want to be, put the book down. This book is different. A Unique view into the life of a teenager on the point when he is becoming an adult. And happy ending isn't guaranteed. Let's just say that Cassidy has bigger issues than Ezra...  This is  a tale of friendship and becoming a person you have always meant to be. It's about faith screwing everything which is normal to you, turning your life upside down... throwing new great experiences and showing you that the life is worth living not just surviving. You don't have to do what is expected of you. You don't need to be what your parents want you to be. You can be anyone. You can do anything. Don't let them stop you! Make the most of what is given to you. Even if it's a stupid accident which shattered your knee and you cannot chase a ball with a racket anymore (apparently they call it tennis !!). It's about the people in your life. The ones who support you no matter what. They don't judge. They don't try to bring you down. They harness the light and life inside you. 

So yes, I have enjoyed Ezra's story. Even though he got his heart broken. He got he best friend back and brand new life full of possibilities. 

Thank you Robyn. I admired your story from start to finish. It's been a pleasant read and made me think of a lot of things in my life. 

*Find out more about ZC Book Club by following this link : #ZCbookclub

Tuesday, 12 May 2015


Can't get enough of YA in your life?
Are you wondering if there others obsessed with this genre as much as you are?
Wish there would be something out there to satisfy your ever-present cravings? 

I have a great news for you! OWLCRATE has been created for someone just like you! 
The book geek couple Korrina & Robert share the same passion for YA genre and decided to create a monthly subscription box for the lovers of this wonderful genre.  They have decided to share the love with other admirers,  book geeks  & book nerds and OWLCRATE has been born. 

"OwlCrate was created to share the joy of reading with the world. We believe in the importance of literature, and the magic of the written word. Stories help to expand our minds, expose us to new experiences, and show us that we're not alone. But we also know that reading can often feel like a solitary activity, and we wanted a way to bring book nerds together. By sharing the fun of unboxing your OwlCrates, as well as reading each month's chosen novel along with other members, we hope you find a safe and happy place among our community. "

I absolute adore  and fell for their manifesto : 

1) No one is too old to read YA.
2) We will not be ashamed of our TBR piles.
3) It's okay to fall in love with fictional characters.
4) The book is always better than the movie (but the movies are fun too!).
5) Books have the ability to change our world.

I have come across OwlCrate last month and immediately subscribed to monthly rolling subscription!! 
Each month I shall receive a different themed box packed with goodies. And OMG they are beautiful!!

And couple of days ago I have received my first OwlCrate box. This month's theme : ALL THE FEELS.. What a perfect package it is!!!

The box includes one book and 4 other presents! 

A handmade soy candle by FROM THE PAGE. Mine is Hazel's Flowers. 

A pendant necklace from FOREVER ALWAYS DESIGNS. 

Moriah McStay's debut novel EVERYTHING THAT MAKES YOU with exclusive bookmark, sticker and signed bookplate! 

A cotton tote bag for every Fangirl / Fanboy out there made by BOOKWORM BOUTIQUE.

Tempted? Check out their website : and subscribe to this wonderful monthly gift you can treat yourself to. You will not retreat it!

I cannot wait to see what the May box will bring !!

Monday, 11 May 2015


Warning! This story will brake your heart!

ALL THE BRIGHT PLACES is a contemporary YA novel written by the very talented Jennifer Niven.

I have come across this novel earlier this year. There was a lot of buzz about it the book bloggers and book reviewers' world. At first I couldn't understand why, but after reading this book, I couldn't do anything else but sing praises about the story and the author's incredible story-telling.


Theodore Finch wants to take his own life. Violet Markey is devastated by her sister's death. They meet on the ledge of the school bell tower, and so their story begins. It's only together they can be themselves... But, as Violet's world grows, Finch's begins to shrink. How far will Violet go to save the boy she has come to love?


Let's talk about the beautiful edition first. Paperback. 378 pages long. Sky-blue coloured background with post-it notes. The pictures of post-it notes are raised slightly, so you can touch them when handling the book. 

The story is written from the point of view of both main characters - Violet's & Finch's. And you all know how much I enjoy when the story is told from different points of view. It makes it more original. More interesting. And definitely more put-down-able.

The writing is engaging. Modern. Packed with pop culture references which are part of everyone's life. Not to mentioned, that the whole story is very relate able. At the same time, this book is packed with so much sadness.

The story... well.. let me first mention how brave the author is... How original and unique her story is... Ms Niven is afraid of writing about the saddest thing in the world.. A human being.. A person thinking about taking their own life. This story is heart-shattering. Heart-breaking. Unique. Wonderful. Mesmerising. A true original in the YA genre. I was hooked to it from the first page. Finch & Violet's story is un-put-down-able. You will start reading it and it gets under your skin. It will be the only thing you will be able to think about. You will want to find out more. You will hope. You will hold your breathe and wish for a miracle - a happy ending. And you will cry. You will cry crocodile tears. For a moment, I had to put down the book. I had to take a break from reading it and put my heart back together. This book isn't like any others. This is a book which will leave a mark on you. It is one of those books you will recommend everyone to read. It's life-changing. It opens your heart and mind to this you previously thought won't matter to you. It would never happen to you. But the author has opened the door and now you will want to know more.

What a brave thing to bring Bipolar disorder into the story. I can honestly say that this is the first book I have read which touches upon this subject. And it describes in the way that everyone can understand what these unfortunate souls go through. It shows you the mood swings, the always present thought of committing suicide, the walls closing on you feeling... You will finally understand what these people feel... And it changes your life. It changes the way you live your life.. It will make you want to seize the day and live it. Because you never know which day will be your last.. 'LIVE. LAUGH. LOVE.' Will become your motto.

The two main characters in this story are so relate able. You cannot help but love them both so much. Violet who went through the unfortunately tragedy of losing her sister. She is in so much pain when she meets Finch. The world is grey. There is no sunshine for her. But then she meets this boy who forces her to start living her life. He reminds how beautiful living can be. He expands her world. And he falls in love with and she falls in love with him. Deeply. Passionately. With the whole heart and soul. But as Violet's world is getting more brighter, more sunnier, Finch's world starts to shrink. He is in such a dark place. Will Violet manage to save the boy she loves?

Thank you, Ms Niven. Thank you with all my heart and soul for writing this books. It opened my mind and soul to things I didn't dare to think of before - young people taking their own lives, bipolar disorder, the pain when losing someone who we loved dearly. Thank for shining the light upon this subject and make it more visible. Your story is one of a kind and it should be a permanent fixture in everyone's library.

You have wrote a masterpiece.

Saturday, 9 May 2015

Jennifer E. Smith : HAPPY AGAIN

HAPPY AGAIN is a short novella accompanying one of my favourite books I have had the pleasure to read this year - THIS IS WHAT HAPPY LOOKS LIKE - written by one of my absolute favourite writers JENNIFER E. SMITH.

I have absolutely loved THIS IS WHAT HAPPY LOOKS LIKE. Every single page was a pure perfection. It melted my heart and brought a little bit of hope for romance into my life. But Ellie & Graham's story was left opened for more.

So the lovely Jennifer decided to write a short novella. A quick story to bring back the characters and hopefully bring a happy ending to their story. 

It was beautiful. Romantic. Emotional. I have loved every single page and my only wish is that there would more... I really hope that the author decides to write more from their love story. Jennifer left it open for more. So fingers crossed, there will be more to come in the future.

Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Waiting On Wednesday #14 : THE NIGHT WE SAID YES by Lauren Gibaldi

by Lauren Gibaldi

Publication Date : June 16th 2015
Publisher : Harper Teen
Genre : Young Adult / Contemporary
Available To Pre-Order : Amazon UK

Before Matt, Ella had a plan. Get over a no-good ex-boyfriend. Graduate from high school without any more distractions. Move away from Orlando, Florida, where she’s lived her entire life.

But Matt—the cute, shy, bespectacled bass player who just moved to town—was never part of that plan.

And neither was attending a party that was crashed by the cops just minutes after they arrived. Or spending an entire night saying “yes” to every crazy, fun thing they could think of.

Then Matt abruptly left town, and he broke not only Ella’s heart but those of their best friends, too. So when he shows up a year later with a plan of his own—to relive the night that brought them together—Ella isn’t sure whether Matt’s worth a second chance. Or if re-creating the past can help them create a different future.

In alternating then and now chapters, debut author Lauren Gibaldi crafts a charming, romantic story of first loves, lifelong friendships, uncovered secrets, and, ultimately, finding out how to be brave.


Oh wow, this sounds like a contemporary YA novel that should be on my shelf. Not only it have a sweet love story, but it's kind of finding out who you supposed to be type of a story. And I love those the best. THE NIGHT WE SAID YES will definitely find a place in the Contemporary YA section of my personal library. 

What are you waiting for this Wednesday? 

**"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking The Spine

that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.**

Tuesday, 5 May 2015


Hello there my sweet readers!! 

Guess what the lovely month of May has arrived on our doorstep. The summer is even closer. Are you excited as I am. Flowers are in bloom. Trees are greener than usually. Sun is starting to come through the clouds. And It's getting warmer. Spring fashion is my favourite. 

As you all know I have been recently to Paris - my favourite city in the world. THE CITY OF LOVE & LIGHTS. I have had the most wonderful time and I cannot wait to get back. Hopefully pretty soon. 

I want to apologise for the lack of posts recently, but it seems that the love of travelling took over my life for a while, but I am back with a boom with plenty of posts ready to be read. 

But lets start with introducing you to my May TBR pile. I am a little behind my reading from April so I am still working through my April TBR pile. There is only two books left - THE GEOGRAPHY OF YOU AND ME by Jennifer E. Smith & GIRL ONLINE by Zoe Sugg. And since I am finishing one TBR list, I have decided that the month of May would be a month when I finish off book series I have started a while back. I think it is time to find how the stories end. 



MAZE RUNNER by James Dashner


Solving the Maze was supposed to be the end. No more puzzles. And no more running. Thomas was sure that escaping meant he would get his life back. But no one knew what sort of life they were going back to... Burned and baked, the earth is a wasteland, its people driven mad by an infection known as the Flare. Instead of freedom, Thomas must face another trial. He must cross the Scorch to one again save himself and his friends...


The Trials are over. WICKED is planning to restore the survivors' memories and complete the final cure for the Flare. But Thomas has already remembered more than they think. And he knows WICKED can't be trusted... The time for lies is over. But the truth is more dangerous than Thomas could ever imagine. Will anyone survive the Death Cure?


Sun flares have unleashed devastation on the Earth. Mark and Trina were there when it happened, and against the odds they survived. But now a violent and highly contagious disease is spreading like wildfire. Worse still, it's mutating, and people are going crazy. Mark and Trina will do anything to save their friends - if only they can avoid madness and stay alive. 

SLATED by Teri Terry


Kyla shouldn't remember anything from before she was Slated, but dark secrets of her past will not stay buried. Caught in a tug of war between Lorder oppression and the fight for freedom, her past and present race towards a collision she may not survive. While her desperate search for Ben continues, who can she trust in this world of secrets and lies?


Kyla was Slated: her mind wiped clean by the oppressive Lorder government. When forbidden memories of a violent past began to surface, so did doubts: could she trust those she had come to care for, like Ben? Helped by friends in MIA, she goes undercover, searching for her past and evading the authorities who want her dead. But the truth Kyla desperately seeks is more shocking than she ever imagined. 

SHATTER ME by Tahereh Mafi


Juliette has escaped from The Reestablishment. Now she's free from their plan to use her as a weapon, and free to love Adam. But Juliette will never be free from her lethal touch. Or from Warner, who wants Juliette more than she ever thought possible. Haunted by her past and terrified of her future, Juliette knows that she will have to make some life-changing choices. Choices that may involve choosing between her heart - and Adam's life. 


Everyone Juliette ever cared about could be dead. Juliette may be the only one standing in The Reestablishment's way. But to take them down, Juliette will need the help of the one person she never thought she could trust: Warner. And as they work together to defeat their mutual enemy, Juliette will discover that everything she thought she knew - about Warner, her abilities, and even Adam - was wrong. 

Destroy Me & Fracture Me

Juliette will not stand alone. In a battle that will decided the fate of her world... In DESTROY ME, Warner, the ruthless leader of Sector 45, refuses to let her go. In FRACTURE ME, Adam, Juliette's first love, will do anything to get her back. 


3 wonderful series I cannot wait to finish. 3 great stories and worlds I cannot wait to part of again. 

You know my plan for this month, what is on your TBR list this month? Let me your choices, recommendations are always welcome here.