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Hi everyone! I am an aspiring author slash college student who loves to read which is probably obvious, and I love to share what I read with people, again, obvious. I think everyone has a book out there for them, its a matter of looking hard enough to find it and having a positive attitude about reading it. Anyways I hope you all find this blog helpful. Please feel free to comment and ask questions, that's why I do this! -Bookworm95

April 20, 2011


Hey Guys! Happy spring break and happy Easter! I recently finished reading the new installment to the Mortal Instruments series and I have to say it was amazing! The last book left so many things open and the author took the series in a whole new direction. There were many scenes that were action packed and there are new romances forming. And of course the book has left off in a major cliff hanger! There have been many speculations as to what is to come. Cross your fingers that the next books release date, which is set for May 2012, is pushed up.

Also being released this year is Clockwork Prince, the second book in the Mortal Instruments spin off series. The first one is amazing as well and a few of the characters are referenced in the City of Fallen Angels so I highly recommend reading it. (September 2011)

This past week the Twilight Saga Official Guide was released. It is about the size of Breaking Dawn but is totally STUFFED with information, pics, back stories, and more.

Here are some release dates I was able to look up:

Illusions by Aprilynne Pike, (3rd Wings book)- May 3, 2011

Everlasting by Alyson Noel (Evermore series)- June 7th, 2011

Passion by Lauren Kate (Fallen Series)- June 14, 2011

The Power of the Six by Pitticus Lore(I am number four sequel)- August 23, 2011

Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare(The Infernal Devices)- September 2011

City of Lost Souls by Cassandra Clare(Mortal Instruments)- May 2012

Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare(The Infernal Devices)- November 2012

City Of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare(Mortal Instruments)- September 2013

Deadly Little Secret by Laurie Faria Stolarz

Alright Twilight Fans here is another series you will love! As a Twilight fan myself I absolutely loved these books! They are kind of similar but they have their differences too.

"A supernatural romance about a 16-year old girl's attraction to the hunky, but mysterious new guy in school, whose touch has very unnerving effects -- from the author of the bestselling Blue is for Nightmares series.

It all begins with a near-death accident. A mysterious boy saves Camelia from an out-of-control car in the school parking lot, and then speeds off on his motorcycle before she can thank him. She is left wondering who he is.
Her friends think she's overreacting, or that she needs a boyfriend, or that she should forget him. But when Ben Carter starts school in the fall, she's interested in him.
Best friend Kimmie may think that she should go back to her ex-boyfriend and good friend Matt, but Camelia can't shake the feeling that Ben is special, even if he was with his girlfriend the night she died. Scattered throughout the story are what seem to be journal entries of a boy watching Camelia. He's obviously fallen for her, but he's lying low. He is willing to do whatever it takes to get Camelia to notice him and keep her away from everyone else. From Camelia's point of view, life is increasingly more disturbing. Someone is leaving her gifts, calling her on the phone, pounding on her door, and breaking into her room. Camelia needs to know who to trust before it is too late. This is an engaging, eerie tale about the darker side of relationships—when it becomes a matter of life and death to know who your friends are. Reviewer: Aimee Cole"


Tantalize by Cynthia Leitich Smith

I saw these books while browsing the B&N library. They look kind of good :)

"Are you predator or prey?
Quincie Morris has never felt more alone. Her parents are dead, and her hybrid-werewolf first love is threatening to embark on a rite of passage that will separate them forever. Then, as she and her uncle are about to unveil their hot vampire-themed restaurant, a brutal murder leaves them scrambling for a chef. Can Quincie transform their new hire into a culinary Dark Lord before opening night? Can he wow the crowd in his fake fangs, cheap cape, and red contact lenses — or is there more to this earnest face than meets the eye? As human and preternatural forces clash, a deadly love triangle forms, and the line between predator and prey begins to blur. Who’s playing whom? And how long can Quincie play along before she loses everything? TANTALIZE marks Cynthia Leitich Smith’s delicious debut as a preeminent author of dark fantasy."

Check them out!



The Water Wars by Cameron Stracher

This is my current Book Group read. Its called The Water Wars by Cameron Stracher. Its a really good book but to me a little confusing. Its all about the control the governments has on the future America.

"Would you risk everything for someone you just met?"

Publishers Weekly:
Adult author Stracher (The Laws of Return) offers a bleak picture of the future in his first YA novel: fresh water has become a scarce commodity, with most people relying on meager rations of desalinated ocean water distributed by the government. Nations war over extant supplies, pirates thrive, black markets flourish, and desalination companies wield immense influence. Vera and her older brother, Will, have never known anything else. Then they met Kai, the enigmatic son of a water driller, who lives a life of paranoid luxury by comparison. When Kai is kidnapped, Will and Vera embark on a quest to rescue him, going through a series of adventures that take them far from home. Battling pirates, escaping ecoterrorists, and plunging to the heart of a corrupt conspiracy, they learn more about their world than they ever expected, including why Kai is of vital importance. Though characterizations can feel thin and some elements are hard to swallow, it's clear that Stracher has put much thought into the effects of cataclysmic water shortages. His fast-paced, nonstop thriller doesn't hold back in its portrayal of a parched, desperate world. Ages 12 up. (Jan.)"