Showing posts from September, 2015

Book Review: Between the Shades of Gray

Can you believe it?  I have another Book review! Be shocked! I am! Lets just get into this book because i will ramble enough in the actual review so lets just....  Between Shades of Gray Author : Ruta Sepetys Language : English Type of book:  Paperback  Pages :  352 Overall rating : 4 out of 5 Book series:  no Book received through:   bought it myself Summary on the book : "It's 1941 and fifteen-year-old artist Lina Vilkas is on Stalin's extermination list. Deported to a prison camp in Siberia, Lina fights for her life, fearless, risking everything to save her family. It's a long and harrowing journey and it is only their incredible strength, love, and hope that pull Lina and her family through each day. But will love be enough to keep them alive?" Favorite thing/moment in the book:  There was not one specific moment, but more the overall realistic and very real-world description and view that this book had that i liked. 

Book Review: The Hobbit

I am so behind on my Book reviews, you would not believe it. I think i currently have 6 started reviews that i have not finished or posted or both.  So i am working on catching up. It will take a while.  But oh well? Right? Right.  Someday i will stop pushing back posts and not posting for what ever reason, and actually follow the plan i make and not have a huge amount of posts saved and post them instead. Wouldn't that be something? Anyway....  I have read The Hobbit. And i want to talk about it because i have some things to day about this book. If you are interested -which i hope you are because i also want to hear what you thought about this book. Or if you plan to read it- read on. And see what i thought. And then let me know what you thought.  The Hobbit Title:  The Hobbit Author : J. R. R. Tolkien Language : English Type of book:  Paperback  Pages :  280 Overall rating : 2.5 out of 5 stars Book series:  The Middle-Earth Universe (is that a ser

Waiting on Wednesday: Aylin

I t is Wednesday.  Here is another book that i can't wait to get my grabby hands on.  Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event hosted over at Breaking the Spine , so head over there to join in or see what it is all about :) Aylin W ritten by : Ayse Kulin Publisher : Amazon Publishing  Release Date:  October 6, 2015  Genres : Crime, Contemporary Fiction, Thrillers, Mystery Pages : 267 Buy :  Book Depository ,  Ama , Summary :  Aylin's body was found in her garden, her hair immaculately styled as usual. Her death came as a shock - after all, who would have wanted someone so admired and talented dead? Who -among the many she'd helped, the few she'd hurt and all those she'd left behind -might have been driven to murder?  In the course of Aylin's life, she had been many things: a skinny little girl, a young woman blossoming into a beauty, a princess married to a controlling Libyan prince, a broke medical student determined to succeed.

Top 10 Tuesday: My Fall TBR

Another Tuesday, another Top 10 Tuesday post, featuring the meme created by the girls over at .  I did kind of cheat a little bit this week, because i included 4 series with more then one book, so technically this is not a 10 book list. But really who cares, right? It is a list of the books i want to read this fall, so this is it :) Oh and i purposefully did not include New Releases, because i want to read the books I have.  1. Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson  This book was on my Summer TBR. And since it is on this one, i think we all know what happened to that plan. So next try.  2. The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon  I recently got this book and i want to read it. I also really excited to read a book about Clairvoyants.  And why not start a new big series that i have no idea how many books this series is going to have. But the series is just starting out. And i want to read it. So i should start it.  3. The Luminaries by Eleanor C

Book Review: Throne of Glass

Okay so this is not a new Release in any sense of the way.  And people talk about this book it is a little crazy to be honest.  And After reading a Court of Thorns and Roses - review here if you want to read what i thought about that book- i kind of wanted to try another Maas book and see if she really is capable of writing a kick-ass female lead.  So... here are my thoughts on Throne of Glass Title:  Throne of Glass Author : Sarah J. Maasy Language : English Type of book:  Hardback  Pages :  406 Overall rating : 3.5 to 4 out of 5 Book series:  yes Book received through:   bought it myself Summary on the book : "In a land without magic, where the king rules with an iron hand, an assassin is summoned to the castle. She comes not to kill the king, but to win her freedom. If she defeats twenty-three killers, thieves and  warriors in a competition, she is released from prison to serve as the king's champion. Her name is Celaena Sardothien.