Review: Everless by Sara Holland

36475035TITLE:  Evereless
WRITTEN BY: Sara Holland
PUBLISHED BY: Orchard Books
VERSION I READ: hardback
PAGES: 361


(PLOT BY GR) Time is a prison. She is the key. Packed with danger, temptation and desire – a perfect read for fans of The Red Queen.  In the land of Sempera, the rich control everything – even time. Ever since the age of alchemy and sorcery, hours, days and years have been extracted from blood and bound to iron coins. The rich live for centuries; the poor bleed themselves dry. Jules and her father are behind on their rent and low on hours. To stop him from draining himself to clear their debts, Jules takes a job at Everless, the grand estate of the cruel Gerling family.
There, Jules encounters danger and temptation in the guise of the Gerling heir, Roan, who is soon to be married. But the web of secrets at Everless stretches beyond her desire, and the truths Jules must uncover will change her life for ever … and possibly the future of time itself.
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books · mental healt · realistic fiction

REVIEW: Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer

9781408883525TITLE:  Letters to the Lost
WRITTEN BY: Brigid Kemmerer
PUBLISHED BY: Bloomsbury Children’s
VERSION I READ: paperback
PAGES: 393
TRIGGERS: grief. Especially if you have lost a parent this book can be triggered.


(PLOT BY GR) Juliet Young always writes letters to her mother, a world-traveling photojournalist. Even after her mother’s death, she leaves letters at her grave. It’s the only way Juliet can cope.
Declan Murphy isn’t the sort of guy you want to cross. In the midst of his court-ordered community service at the local cemetery, he’s trying to escape the demons of his past. When Declan reads a haunting letter left beside a grave, he can’t resist writing back. Soon, he’s opening up to a perfect stranger, and their connection is immediate. But neither Declan nor Juliet knows that they’re not actually strangers. When life at school interferes with their secret life of letters, sparks will fly as Juliet and Declan discover truths that might tear them apart.
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books · dystopian · series

REVIEW: The Call by Peadar Ó Guilín

9781910200988TITLE:  The Call
WRITTEN BY: Peadar Ó Guilín
PUBLISHED BY: David Fickling Books
VERSION I READ: paperback
PAGES: 336
TRIGGERS: if you are sensitive to crude scenes it might be not the right book for you.


(PLOT BY GR)You have three minutes to save your life. Nessa and her friends attend Boyle College to train for the most dangerous time of their lives – THE CALL. Without warning, each one of them will wake in a terrifying land, alone and hunted, with a one-in-ten chance of returning alive.
No one believes Nessa can make it, but she’s determined to prove them all wrong. And she will need every ounce of spirit and courage in order to survive . . .
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#blogpost · books · fantasy · series

REVIEW: The Extinction Trials by S.M. Wilson

34865995TITLE:  The Extinction Trials
VERSION I READ: paperback
PAGES: 384


(PLOT BY GR) Betrayal. Sacrifice. Survival.
Welcome to the Extinction Trials. In Stormchaser and Lincoln’s ruined world, the only way to survive is to risk everything. To face a contest more dangerous than anyone can imagine. And they will do anything to win.
But in a land full of monsters – human and reptilian – they can’t afford to trust anyone. Perhaps not even each other…
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#blogpost · books

5 books that I am eager to read this year


New year, new books!
There are a good amount of new books that are going to be release on 2018 and a lot of them are probably sticking on my TBR for 2019 and 2020. Who knows?!
But I am sure that these 5 BOOKS won’t survive on my to-be-read list for much time. I can’t wait to have them in my hands and digging into I hope I will find everything that I am expecting from them and EVEN MORE.

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Review: How Not to Travel the World by Lauren Juliff

26020876TITLE:  How not to travel the world
WRITTEN BY: Lauren Juliff
PUBLISHED BY: Summersdale Publishers Ltd.
VERSION I READ: paperback
PAGES: 352
TRIGGERS: stupidity.


(PLOT BY GR) I had no life experience, zero common sense and had never eaten rice. I suffered from debilitating anxiety, was battling an eating disorder and had just had my heart broken. I hoped by leaving to travel the world I would be able to heal myself. Instead, Lauren’s travels were full of bad luck and near-death experiences. Over the space of a year, she was scammed and assaulted, lost teeth and swallowed a cockroach. She fell into leech-infested rice paddies, was caught up in a tsunami, her motorbike’s brakes failed and she experienced a very unhappy ending during a massage in Thailand. It was just when Lauren was about to give up on travel that she stumbled across a handsome New Zealander with a love of challenges…
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