Zemira Djedović

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Rogue Descendant - Jenna Black Bye,bye, Konstantin. You won't be missed.

I'm not feeling Nikki and Jamaal. She has more chemistry with Anderson. Jamaal has had 100 years to get over his issues and he still hasn't. Nikkie shouldn't be dealing with them too. It's not that I like her that much. Anderson is keeping me interested in the story.
Deadly Descendant - Jenna Black Nikki needs to stop with this talk of not caring about her adoptive parents and sister. She's all like I do love them but at the same time I'm not a real part of their family. This makes me rage so bad. They adopted your sorry ass even though you were horrible.
Dark Descendant - Jenna Black Oh... I liked Dark Descendant. And there was no romance. At least not involving the main character which was refreshing.
Monsters  - Ilsa J. Bick I can't believe it took me only 2 days to read 821 pages! :O It was like reading two and a half books.

At first I was sure I would just skim it because who has time to read all this? -Me! It was amazing!

Full review to come, tomorrow, I think.

So many emotions but mostly me freaking out and screaming at my PlayBook.
Ashes (Ashes, #1) - Ilsa J. Bick I'll be writing a series overview once I'm done with Monsters which is 800 pages long.
Arsen - Mia Asher This book is every desperate housewives' dark, secret, fantasy.

She's 'trapped' in a marriage which only makes her feel worse and when a cocky. younger guy shows up she's ready to fight him off. For awhile. When shit hits the fan we are suppose to feel sorry for her, but here's the thing, I didn't. I practically laughed out loud, like some kind of Disney villain when her husband told her how horrible she really is.

And then that ending. Talk about fairy tale.
Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea - April Genevieve Tucholke Review to come, soon.
Shooting Scars - Karina Halle Why was it so short? :(

It's hard to rate the book but what the hell, here's 5 shining stars.
Moon Called - Patricia Briggs :( I expected a bit more from this book.

I`m really upset I didn`t like it like everyone else did.
Darkness Falls - Cate Tiernan Darkness Falls was so much better than Immortal Beloved and I very much liked the first book.
The Bone Season - Samantha Shannon 4.5 stars

This review is also posted on my blog, YA Fanatic.

I knew writing a review for this book would be hard even before I started reading it. Just look at that long summary. I mean, how I am going to summarize everything that's been going on in a 480 pages long book? I'm going to try so bear with me.

Not everyone who picks up The Bone Season will love it. It has a lot of infodumping which I surprisingly didn't mind at all. It's set in England in 2059. But it's not your regular England. Everything changed 200 years ago when Rephaim arrived. People started living in a cross between Victorian era and the futuristic world where some have special powers.

Paige herself has a power. She can invade other people's minds and 'push' them out which essentially means, they would be dead. Her power is extremely rare so she had to find protection with choosing to join a gang filled with voyants (people with powers). One night she accidentally kills a man and is captured. She ends up a prisoner in a closed out city, serving Rephaim who use voyants to fight their battles for them.

Paige trains alongside Warden, who is one of the highest ranking Rephaim. Warden is trying to help Paige master her power. Wish we found out more about Warden's past, before Paige arrived. He's one of those strong, silent type of characters so it's hard to tell what's on his mind.

The only 'bad' thing I could say is that the romance was unnecessary. Shannon should've set it aside for the sequel. It came really late in the book without any noticeable bulidup. There was a lot of talk about trusting each other so their romantic feeling came out of nowhere. They should've remained friends so I could have the pleasure of reading about them falling in love later on.

If you love to read books where you can actually picture how the whole world runs then you CAN'T miss The Bone Season. It's one of the hottest books in 2013 and I can't wait to see it on one of my shelves.
A Monster Calls - Patrick Ness, Jim Kay Well this was depressing as hell. I cried a bunch of times.
Immortal Beloved  - Cate Tiernan This book reminded me of the time when I first started to read YA novels, when everything was new and exciting. There aren't many books like this around nowadays.
Cruel Beauty - Rosamund Hodge Buddy read with my darling Glass.

Review to come soon.
Bully (Fall Away, #1) - Penelope Douglas i didn't even heard of this book before yesterday when I found it on Amazon newsletter recommendations. The cover and the title got my attention because I've loved those two models since 2011 when I first saw them. It's been awhile since I liked a new adult novel. They're mostly all the same but when I read the blurb of Bully I just had to check it out since it's not every day I stumble upon a book about falling for a bully.

I'll try and write a detailed review later. Tate and Jared have great chemistry together and it kept me interested all through the night. I actually stopped reading at 5AM. It's one of those unputdownable books.
Biting Bad - Chloe Neill Darth Sullivan and Merit <3

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