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January TBR




Hey guys, It is I Seteirah getting back to work on my blog. Yay it’s exciting to be back and may I say I missed blogging and living to serve you. But anyways away from my boring life and onto my exciting blogging life. I have here a TBR (that you can read from the top) of what I read this month, and I know I was supposed to post this on the 20th  of January but hey I like to use all of my month to read.

So in contrast, the first book that I read was The Selection by Kiera Cass. Let me just say, WOW Factor because I mean just this compeition and what girls will do to win to be with max is just well exilirating to me. To start the book off the author introduced it as her mother forcing her to do an application for the selection of girls for Prince Maxon and well America doesn’t swoon a bit and she would like to keep it moving. But one thing provides her the will to go, to get away from her life. And it’s something so strong that’s called a broken heart. Other than the storyline of girls basically selling their own selves to be forced on to a guy they might not even love. There are casts meaning  instead of classes there are the numbers based on whether a person is poor, in between or rich. The numbers go to 1 to 8 and that’s how a person is looked at first and foremost instead of their personality. 

After reading the delightful book The Selection by Kiera Cass, I read the sequel called The Elite by Kiera Cass. I have to say the sequel was a real game changer for me because usually I start to lose interest in the second book because it’s not as interesting as the first but not this one. This sequel was like BANG, BOOM, and POW right in the face for me. I mean it was like drama after drama, scene after scene after scene and crazy after crazy. I wish I could tell you but I mean no spoilers. You know what fine here’s something, Prince Maxon really expresses his emotions for America and America gets kinda confused in what she wants. That’s all I can say because my lips are sealed.

Leaving behind the kinda weird drama of being forced into a Princes arms here comes the paranormal/ teenage drama. In As Dead As It Gets by Katie Alender, Alexis (the main character) life is messed up from being accused of murdering a girl, playing with a demon in a book and basically killing her bestfriends knee. How can anything get any worse right? No, she has to get stuck into being in yearbook, being with a total nut bag and being jealouse of her ex-boyfriends girlfriend. But for real this book is scary in a way that you won’t get any sleep or want to take any selfies on a camera.

After taking a visit to chill street, I took a blast to the future in Parallel by Lauren Miller. How do I even begin to say what this book was, but how about this it was decision waiting to be made. To be more specific the character Abby, who makes decisions in life that change her future in a very weird way. This I basically like back to future without the space car and the mad scientist ( ok maybe it has one) but is just like it in a girl control freak way, if you know what I mean. But I got to say, I really loved this book a million because all of the characters and the realness of everything , it made me think of my life if I changed a detail.

The last book of the hour was a switch to the past in the 1600s called Gideon’s Angel by Clifford Beal. I mean this book is like amazing, if you read my review on the book then I won’t have to recapture all of it. But mainly the plot was about saving Cromwell and England from being taken over by the devil and trying to stop the devil. But this book was just what I needed to delight my reading this month.

So guys it’s been fun talking to you guys today. I absolutely had fun reading these books and then reviewing the books. So I hope you guys try and read these books because they are absolutely worth the time of reading them. Ok let me go before you tell me to stop talking.






I'm setierah and I LOVEEEE blogging about books, its my life.

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