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MY ALL TIME FAVE!!!! + Surprise Giveaway

Hiii Guyssss,

Today happens to be the last post on my all time favorite books, series versus stand alone’s, and well now comes the hard decision of which one to pick. I know it may seem a shock to you but I did have trouble picking the book because these are like all my favorites and well let me tell you its like a cat fight trying to pick one. Never fear though, I have finally decided on a book and well it’s maybe a bit more surprising then you think so drum roll please, The Distance Between Us is my final decision because like why not!  But stayed tuned cause I got some ‘splaining to do!distancebetweenus

So lets get to the point, I picked this book for many reasons and I really want you guys to know why and even come to appreciate why I did. The first reason I picked this book was well the romance was quite infecting and personally was GOALS for me, like to be honest I want that to be my future boyfriend. But also because of the easy flow of the writing and the humorous endeavors and the drama in wonderland, it was like one of the rainbow lollipops that was endless in colors and flavors. AMAZING, insert emoji lol.

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Another reason was that the book was not time consuming and was very enjoyable, even if your having a bad day, like it just created a small hole of happiness that turned into the spacious air of happiness. Like the book made me feel like a true human being, and even that’s surprising lol! But honestly this book just created so real emotions that connected me to the world, and that was real, and I honestly want you guys to feel that too.

And you guys can because I’m throwing a GIVEAWAY that’s actually going to happen lol! For a whole month there will be a giveaway for this book, The Distance Between Us, and special other gifts that are my secretive secret until it’s time. But trust me you won’t want to miss out, because you’ll be truly upset. But here’s some details for the giveaway entrance:

TO ENTER THIS IS WHAT YOU DO:

  • Subscribe to my blog, and like this post.
  • Write a comment on your favorite Kasie West book or if you haven’t read any (yet :P) tell me your favorite romance book.
  • Lastly, leave a smiley face in the comment section just to keep the positivity  up and around my blog.

Simple right, and if you do this you’ll be put into a selection to win some goodies in a box from meeee! Exciting right. So yeah.

Thanks guys, and make sure you enter and you might win a nice surprise in a month and also to keep the suspense I’ll put up a couple hints of what will be in the box in the next month, so keep your eye’s out.

XOXOLXOLXOXOXOXLO

Setierah

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Part Two: My All Time Fave Stand Alone’s

Hi guys,

So if you read my post last Wednesday you would know that today is going to be dedicated to my favorite stand alone’s and lets just say that I’m very excited. But before you read this one check out part one here or read it later, your choice guys. But anyways here’s the next part and I hope you enjoy and remember I’m going from 7 to 1 from the best to my all time faves, so yeah here’s the post.

wewereliars7. We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

We Were Liars was a book that completely made me think and wonder while devouring words, it was literally that good. This book had me going from the very beginning and had the best ending, and if you haven’t heard about it here’s my review, and it was just so surprising. I can’t give out any details due to the people who haven’t read the book yet so yeah. But the book was and is absolutely great, definitely read it. You won’t expect the ending!

6. Parallel by Lauren Millerparallel

Two different universes, and that’s how  you get me on a silver platter you know. Like I don’t know what it was but the different parallel universes definitely was very appealing to me. But this book was just a mix of everything from the sciency things to the romantic decisions, it was just the imaginary tale of my life that I really want because its great. The characters also made this a joy to read because they were just the right amount of different and indecisive parts I want. So anyways I loved this book and well you know I had to put it in my faves but also check out the review I did on it.

afterworlds5. Afterworlds by Scott Westerfield

This book was absolutely intriguing, and had me in a trance, like this book was real and when I mean real, I mean real. But what do I mean, I mean that this book brought different elements and used like magic and wah-lah it was the best in seconds. But I also love the book because of the characters, and how the characters personality was formulated as the pages went on and to be exact, the grey pages were my ultimate fave for the character development. The best part also seemed to be the slight romances in both of the stories, like they were both good and made me want more, but here’s my actual, non-rambled thoughts .

4. The Distance Between Us by Kasie West distancebetweenus

OMG this book was so amazing like I when I say amazing I mean that it was everything that I wanted in this masterpiece. Like the romance was intense and had me going from the very beginning and just made me want to live in between this couple, or soon-to-be couple. I also loved this book because it had a very down to the earth tone and plot and just really made me want to keep reading when nothing was left. Basically this book was everything and not enough at the same time. I just want to say a big thanks to Kasie West for her ability to write romance, just saying (here’s the review.)

AandRdetour3. Amy and Roger Epic Detour by Morgan Matson

All I can say is YES, YES, YES! This book was like all that and a bag of potato chips and definitely spotted attention and never let go. I loved the romance, but hated how long it took for a couple to come together, I also loved both of the characters and their cute ways and I think I feel in love with the male figure, but like that always happens soo you know. But what was also cool is that they went across all of the united states (I think?), and both of the characters developed together and made a consistent change. So it really was a book that I devoured quickly and haven’t forgotten about it yet! Definitely add it to your reading list, you won’t be disappointed!

2. Stolen:Letter to my captor by Lucy Christopher Stolen,_Lucy_Christopher_novel

Guys, I think I’m getting emotional again like I definitely went through something in this book, and it was too serious. This story of a girl being taken and going with this guy was so heartbreaking and it just messed with me for a bit, and I think it was because of the relationship, and how this guy wanted nothing but to help her and yet she denied and never took his help, even though she was right,  it just showed a sight that I wasn’t ready to know about. This book was literally so good that it made me cry and beg god to just change the ending, which never happened but you know I could wish. It was just so hard, yet so easy to read which just made it a horrible experience because these two were perfect, and I just want to cry again.

thefaultinourstars1.The Fault In Our Stars by John Green 

This one book did a number to me, like if you thought I was emotional over stolen, you have another thing coming. This book, with its characters and plot line was just so majestic and touching that I was in tears when I was done. Everything put together is the reason that it is number on on my list, because of its heartbreaking end and heartwarming beginning, you really never get enough of those two and you never want it to end because the author does such a good job into weaving two people together that are ABSOLUTLEY perfect. It really does make you feel something deep and really hits a heart string and never comes from your memory, ever. So read it, watch it, and bring your box of tissues and you’ll never feel like this again.

So thanks for reading guys, join me for the last part next week (part 3) to find the final book out of all of them, which is my overall favorite. Leave a comment below telling me which is your fave and make sure next week when you come be prepared for something, which will be very special, so tune in. Alright guys, have a good day and i’ll see you Friday 🙂

XOOLXOXLOXLXOXLXOXLXOXLO

Setierah

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Part I: My All Time Favorite Series

Hayy guys,

It is I Setierah, and today I have a post that is all about my favorite series but never fear after today I will be doing two more parts commemorating my favorite stand alone books, and then lastly I’ll pick a favorite out of all of them, so stayed tune for that. Let me know if you guys love any of the series as well, and well tell me in the comments to start a conversation between me and you. But without further ado, let’s get into the list of series that are my fave (in order going down from six to one good to all time fave).

Twilightbook7. Twilight Series by Stephanie Meyer

So guys I had to put this series on here because this is the book that started it all, it began my obsession and well has began the fight between were wolves and vampires and team Jacob (ME!!) and team Edward. It was MVP from the beginning and deserves the placement on my list, so congrats for making it to the big leagues Twilight!

6. Bad Girls Don’t Die series by Katie Alender

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Umm this book is the one that gave me chills at night when I was going to sleep, it was the one that made me scuttle under my sheets, it terrified me. But I loved it and the whole series, like it had going on from the beginning all the way till the end and even from there I still wanted more. This book has honestly turned me onto the thrillers more and more, making me a buff of horror (even though I was already into the horror); I really think it taught me the difference between cheap thrills and long lasting fears. So it’s really good, and I think you guys should check this book out, because ultimately if your like me you’ll actually loves it!

Hush,hush5. Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick

This book let me tell you, is just really good because of the romance, the science fiction basis and the just really good characters, which drew me in from the beginning and made me feel apart of the story. This series was apart of my addiction to books about fallen angels because I just thought they were interesting and they made my day because I always wanted to date them lol. But let’s be serious, I knew I could never date one but this just kept the dream alive and made me happy. One thing to add, beware of the major emotions that will be felt because there will be a lot of what I call Bella and Edward drama: new moon edition, so if you were a fan of that, which I don’t know who was, get reading there’s because there’s two or three books after this.

4. The Unbecoming Of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkinmaradyer

LOVEEEE this book, like this is life and any of you who don’t know about this book or don’t like it, I can tell you that we’re going to have to have a duel. Lol, for real though. Like this book was just amazing from the start and had me going at every twist that she was going to make, especially in every book. But like honest, in book three literally I was a page turning vampire sucking all of the words I could get off each page, like that’s how good her books are. And can we just take a second to acknowledge Noah and Mara, like they were goals AF and I wish I could find a guy like that. Case and Point.

fallen3. Fallen by Lauren Kate

Ooooh I have so much to say about this one, and let me just begin by saying DAAMN DANIEL, like that’s how explosive this book can get and trust me this book had me in shambles like it’s not right to do this to me. And that same kind of yo-yoing was happening all the way to the end like no. But I was in my trance because of the delicious characters and the plot with all of those fallen angels and the greatest back story ever, like this was the book that started my obsession from the beginning. I just… have no more words. Just read it, and you’ll see.

2. The Selection by Kiera Cassselection

This series was so good, like I couldn’t get enough of it. It was like a reality T.V. show that fulfilled my secret desire but that was so much more different. It was like all No I don’t want to leave, then Oh fine I’ll go to F**k this mess to OMG he’s so cool, and it all progressed to the last book, well not last but before the generational change, and it all was just a satisfying mess (also the little thoughts were from the main character, just to be clear lol). This book also had its ups and downs to the point that I wanted to either smack or punch somebody, you know who I’m talking about if you read the last book in the last pages. It just gave me problems, which made it so much better, like the character and the mess put together was like heaven and I must admit I was in heaven while reading this.

lux1.Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout 

This… Was My Life at 1:30 A.M and still is. The greatest series to me and, lets just say the best characters I’ve ever seen, well almost but like really close. This series had everything, it had the romance, the action, the love triangle, the ups and downs, and especially an epic love, and lets just say the hottest guy ever read about. It IS LIFE. So guys get the book and start living because It’s that good, I swear.

 

So I hope you guys enjoyed this, and come back next Wednesday to see my favorite stand alone books, because you might see something you want to read. And guys I don’t duel it was just a joke I had to tell because it’s so funny lol not. But anyways enjoy your Wednesday morning and have  a good day my lovelies!

XOLXOLXOLXOXLOXLO

Setierah

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Just a thought…

Early morning to you guys,
So you may ask what I’m doing up so early, since I’m always sleeping, but the answer to that question is simply because a book was pondering my mind. A classic, not my kind of classic but the kind that was written in the late or early 1900s (I have no idea of the date so I’m clueless like you). The book is called The Bell Jar , by the renowned Sylvia Plath who created a take on clinical depression. She not only crafted this tale but many reviewers (on goodreads, where many have an opinion) have agreed that she put her foot into this novel.

A novel including several downright hilarious, dark centered jokes based on her outlook on life. The novels plot is about a lady who slowly loses her mind to insanity (but what do I know I haven’t read the book yet, I’ve only read the review lol). Many say this dark centered book has cut to the core but hey, that won’t scare me the big be wolf away.

So I don’t know that Ill be able to handle reading this book but all I can do is try, right? Anyways, leave comments about your experience with reading the book if you have read it but if you haven’t wish me luck. Alright so I’m going to hit the sac or something like that, so anyways I’ll tell you about my journey and I’ll say goodnight to those on the East coast and good morning to the west.
Goodnight guys,
Setierah 

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Review: We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

Hi guys,

So what’s up with you guys since I last talked to you guys, school, living, mysterious reading of a book or reading a mysterious book. Whether or not you had anything change, or have read a mysterious book I have something that may change your life. This book is called We Were Liars by E. Lockhart, and let me tell you something this book is unrealistically thrilling. But because of the amount of secrets and deception, I have to keep the scene secretive and deceptive, which means I can’t really tell you about the book. #sadness.

So I will tell you guys that this book had me so freaking emotional, like i swear this book will just push you to the edge and leave you there for the rest of the book. Basically, you’ll be an emotional wreck begging the author to just let you off the carousel but it won’t. Even after reading the book you’ll never forget the book, like never. But throughout the ride of the book you’ll enjoy it. Hopefully your reaction won’t be as bad as mine was, because I was using bad language, while crying and well it was serious. But overall, I give the book four stars out of 5.

But before I go, I need you guys to please promise that you guys aren’t going to research the spoilers and try and know the plot before you actually read it. But, I already know some of you are going to try and look things up about the book so here if you look below there’s a summary and review about it.

Goodread’s  Synopsis

A beautiful and distinguished family.
A private island.
A brilliant, damaged girl; a passionate, political boy.
A group of four friends—the Liars—whose friendship turns destructive.
A revolution. An accident. A secret.
Lies upon lies.
True love.

The truth.

So yeah there you go.

XOXOXOOXXOXLOXXLOXLXOXOXLOXO

Setierah

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Review: The Distance Between Us

Hey guys,
Long time me no see lol, but guess what I have a grand review of this book that I absolutely fell in love with. Distance Between us, and it’s an absolute amazing book. I’m sorry I haven’t been here at all for you guys but I’ve been busy setting new things up and just a lot of things that required multi-tasking. But besides my complaining, let’s get into this review.

Worlds apart, yet so close. A love so unimagined that it was unclear to Caymen. But Xander could see it from a mile away. This love was messed with rumors, lies, hatred, opinions but was stronger than ever with a unexplained bond between the two. What made this love so special was the way it was constant and never changed. But with Caymen, problems were always expected and never stopped.

Characters, Characters, what could I say about these characters. Well, Caymen was a very stubborn character that never really believed Xander when he said he wanted to be with her and well none the less she’s like me with holding back. But she’s mostly this way because of how her moms opinions inflicted on her, but besides stubborn, she’s fun,sarcastic,funny and very smart girl. Xander, is the PERFECT MAN, he’s understanding, funny, and can be controlling but in a good way. He’s like the matching puzzle piece to Caymen’s puzzle piece. Caymen’s mother, who I must say is a very opinionated mother who is dead against rich men. Her mother was just very annoying at times with her opinions but was a sort of great mother. Skye, she’s the girl that evey girl needs as a best friend because she supported Caymen and just always was there for her and never left her side. She was spazzy, fun, daring kind of friend that made everything better for Caymen. Mason, the guy Skye set Caymen up with, was the lead singer of a band and he was very umm weird. He was the type of guy that was a cool going guy who was a womanizer.

So the storyline of this book is like amazing, I love the romance and comedy. I mean it all just kind of came together and never broke apart. So back to the actual storyline, the book started as a regular day when Xander and Caymen meet in Caymen’s mothers doll shop. And instantly there is this kind of connection between them but Caymen denies every bit of it and tries to go on with her life but is constantly disturbed with his presence. Xander, was a never ending ray of sunshine, lol no but he kept fight for her but against his dad. A lot of conflict happened in the book but the best part was how most of  the characters worked together to improved the problems. The book was like a magical imaging put together.

So to conclude this book was amazing and it definitely made me miss every minute of not reading the book. I give this book a 5 star rating and a definite spot on my favorites list. I definitely think you guys should check this funny romance out, I mean you’ll be like a person that laughs and everybody’s like what are you laughing about. Lol but let me stop before you leave me, but like anyways check this book out and check my giveaway out in my last post or on the sidebar. So I love you guys and have a great day.

Love,

Setierah

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Booktubeathon Books!

Hey guys,
So i know I said I was going to tell the books I read on Sunday but if you stalk me on twitter, you would know I was watching movies and living life lol! So anyways, I’m going to list the books I’m read I and I’ll have a gallery with the name of the challenge and the summary. So without further ado:

1. The Sleepwalkers by J. Gabriel Gates
2. Forbidden by Syrie James & Ryan M. James
3. Breaking Dawn by Stephanie Meyer
4 Distance between us by Kasie West
5. The Archived by Victoria Schwab
6. The Unbound by Victoria Schwab
7. Mary Hades by Sarah Dalton

So guys that’s what I will be reading for this entire week, and I hope you guys will be joining me in this journey of Booktubeathon. Remember to checkout my blog all this week for mini reviews and daily update and challenges from Booktubeathon.

Love you guys,

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Setierah

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Prom Impossible Book Review

Prom, a disaster waiting to happen. No boyfriend, blamed for something that wasn’t her idea and stricken by the idea that her love doesn’t love her. Things aren’t going well and to make it any worse she’s sent away to camp for a month missing the summer that everything could change. Maybe it’s possible that the worse things can turn into the best thing. A thrilling adventure, unmasking some of the problems with high school. A great book that just made life better for me.

Laura Paulings characters are just amazing, real and have great development that compliments the plot. The main character, Cassidy, was the best female character I have read about the whole year. I mean her character development was the greatest in realizing many things and she was real and easy to grasp the jist of her. Zeke, the hotness and compassionate guy, he was the best kind of guy because no matter what he was always there for Cassidy and shown a care for her since day one. Jasper, who was the craziest guy ever in the whole entire book, showed no care at any of the time for Cassidy only just to get essays (talk about a relationship with benefits). He absolutely disgusted me and definitely made me hate guys like him so much more. Micheal, who was the nerd who was oblivious to any facts of love, he absolutely pissed me off with not knowing how Cassidy felt about him. I mean it was made pretty clear that she liked him but he didn’t read the signals. Lastly, even though there are more characters these are the most important, Julia. She was Cassidy’s best friend and the most predictable girl or like the girl in the school who is the most popular but who is nice is her. All of the characters were fun and enjoyable to read about.

So the story was basically about a girl who takes the heat ,for her best friend Julia (aka her cousin), for a stupid prank and gets her life turned up by being sent to a juvenile delinquent recovery program. While being sent away, she’s met the most boyishly cute guy with an exception, he’s a delinquent. Well maybe not, but as senior year approaches new lines become crossed, trust becomes scarce and love, well it comes in threes. This book was amazing and had a built in fun experiences, guaranteeing a fun, happy day for any reader. I enjoyed this book and came to find out that I absolutely love YA contemporaries. So I give this book a 5 and I definitely recommend it to hopeless romantics like me.

Love you guys,
XOXOOXOOOXOXOOOXOOXOOXOOXOOXO
Setierah

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The Camelia Resistance (Book One) By A.R. Williams

 

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Willow Carlye, an upstanding citizen who works for the Ministry (the government of the New Republic) making policies for the well-being of others. While taking a business trip, she goes against the policies made by her and lives life for herself one time. For her mistakes she is rewarded with losing her job for living her life. When isolation starts to get unbearable, she gets contacted by a Camelia member and is told about what’s going on. As soon as she finds out what it actually feels like to live she’s addicted to the adventure. But as her adventure is starting, she goes through a web of lies just to find the truth.

Willow Carlyle was an isolated person who made policies that restricted every aspect of anybody’s life. She evolves to this woman who wanted an adventure to find out the list of lies she’s been told to act like an upstanding citizen. She definitely becomes the strong female lead, and loses her feeling as an isolated human being. Warren Lake or Minister Lake is the head of the government and has a history regrets. While being the liar of the characters he is a man who wants the best for his family or loves but finds a bad way to do things instead of being the guy to live with being a white hat hero. Warren isn’t necessarily the villain but in many ways he portrays himself as a villain. Ven is a beautiful guy who is on two sides of the coin instead of one and is a guy that keeps to himself but interacts with strangers in different ways. He is a confusing character to understand but he turns out to be an easy character to understand because he’s like a regular guy always wanting things he can’t have. Ianthe is a very intense character because of all of the things she’s been through but she is a nice person and can be very funny. This character grabbed attention as soon as she waltzed into the story, it was fun to read about a girl who actually feels real with a struggle.

So I really enjoyed reading this book to the point I was begging the book to make new pages for me to read. I enjoyed this book because of the great character development shown as well as the humor that the book had exhibited. This book definitely was for me because as soon as I read about it I had to read it and share it with you guys. Like the book totally drew me in like a moth to a light, it was like fate pushing us together. Ok, let’s not go to far with me and this book being fated for each other but because of the book I thought I could get away with it. Anyways on with the rating, drum roll please, dum dum dum dum the book receives a 5 star rating and a I DEFINITELY recommend everybody over 15 read this book. Before I go I have one last thing to say…… The book is amazing and you guys should read it and those people hoping for spoilers there aren’t any here so get the book and get reading. So I hope you enjoyed the book review and come back for more, bye loves.

XOXOOXOXOOXOXOOXOOXOXO

P.S. This is a trilogy series, so I’m so excited for the second books and hope you guys are just as psyched as I am. 🙂

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Stolen: A letter to My Captor

Gemma had a perfect life before going to the airport with her parents,

"A Heart-Breaking story, that captures the heart and never lets go."
“A Heart-Breaking story, that captures the heart and never lets go.”

from going to get coffee across the boarding area her life changed into being the missing girl from England. A mysterious guy named Ty, finds the girl from his dreams and steals her from her world throwing her into his world full of silence, heat and empty, barren lands. This book was a struggle, what I mean by a struggle was I mentally died, and it was a completely different and such an original book from what I’ve ever read before. It was a rollercoaster of immediate feelings of love, hurt, hatred, with so many other feelings that I currently can’t name. Lucy Christopher, a master mind of words, created the most interesting captor matching with a strong female lead. Stolen is full of pointless escape attempts, enjoyable banters and heart-breaking moments.
The two main characters in this novel have played a huge role in creating a real life heart-breaking story about a girl being kidnapped and trapped in a place with no escape from an emotionally unstable captor. Ty, who was the captor, had a rich history of being hurt, misused, and neglected. All of these experiences have made Ty a lonely, detrimental time bomb, who loves easily while getting hurt all of the time. He’s such a sweetie to Gemma, by helping her, feeding her while trying his best to please her. But while Ty is a good kind person, he made an awful mistake of taking someone against their will and a moral mistake of trying to make someone love him back. While Ty was the captor, Gemma was the victim, and was mostly an interesting character. At some point in the book I felt that she became depressed and lonely and basically lost her fight in her and succumbed into being trapped. I loved the character especially when she started seeing that Ty only loved her and started to return his love back. Maybe its messed up for me to say this but I felt these two characters were meant for each other.

“What you did to me wasn’t this brilliant thing, like you think it was. You took me away from everything- my parents, my friends, my life. You took me to the sand and the heat, the dirt and isolation. And you expected me to love you.” This quote basically explains the whole book of him hoping and praying that someday she would be okay from being in isolation away from society. He did sort of have a good plan but the one thing wrong was he took something that wasn’t for him to take. The truth was that, he was wrong to take her to Australia and to expect her to love him.

This book was the hardest and most amazing book I’ve read in a while and it made me cry and wish that everything was different for her and him. It was super hard to get through with not crying for them and an unemotional person would probably be the only one person that wouldn’t cry. I give this book a 5 star rating because this story was original, beautiful and was full of a passionate, heart-breaking romance. I totally recommend this book to everyone to read because once you do read it, you won’t be able to stop reading the book while not being able to not cry. So this book was amazing and Lucy Christopher has made me into an emotional sap over this book. So, I love you guys and wish you the best for reading any book you desire.
XOXOXOXOXOXOXOOXOXOOXO
Setierah

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Good Morning Guys!!!! I’m out of the Craze! :)

Good Morning to all of my followers or new comers, I want to firstly want to say I know I’m up early but I have my reasons for being up. Next I just want to say to all my followers that I finally finished Stolen by Lucy Christopher and I am so happy I read it because it was a great reading experience because of how original the love story was, I mean how overused is stealing someone from an airport because you love them like man this book was just so amazingly plotted and I just love it and can’t wait for the movie and whatever else is being made from the book.  Anyways, look ahead for a review about Stolen. Furthermore I’ve been reading everything else with a clear head and I definitely think you guys should check out the book Stolen and yeah just read away your life. Anyways, I’m either going to get prepared for the day or sleeping. So enjoy your morning you guys!

Sincerely,

XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO

Setierah

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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.

Enjoy!!!!

Xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

Ms.Slayerofya

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Monday madness Update

Hey guys, I’m sorry I haven’t posted in a week and I’m sorry I usually post every other day but yeah (no excuse). Umm so I ran off course a little (or alot) and started reading The Fault in our stars. Like OH MY GOSH this book has me crying so much like really, it has two cancer patients that are fighting through this disease together but at first was not very optimistic about anything. And the romance just fills me with so much joy that makes me cry because its just so beautifully written. Even though I’m not done I kinda have feeling something is gonna happen that is gonna make me so sad. John green I applaud you for making me actually feel so many feelings like I’m Involved in the book myself. I can’t wait to finish (or can I).

Then on Eve &  Adam i’ve made like 50 pages worth of progress, so that’s just great. But the weird thing is that secrets only get more confusing, which I think makes it more cooler (who uses that to describe a book, I do).  And also I notice a growing attraction between Solo and Eve but it’s like its there one second and gone the next, like what really. Also if I  had to pick someone that is really brave and cool and can be very stupid at times I would definitely have to pick me some Aslin, like really (where can I find that flavor).  But it’s getting juicy.

The 5th wave is actually very weird. And I LOVE IT!!!! Like really the author conveys an emotion that is totally amazing and when I read it I can pick up no fear of being killed but of being the very last person of her kind. I haven’t read much but it’s so far really amazing so YEAH.

Scarlet, I have not started but like the buildup of wanting to start it is like AHHHHHH. I should really hurry and finish everything. LOL

Also umm stay patient there will be a vid up very soon and also a very fun post I am creating so Yeah Love you guys and BYEEEE!!!!!

See you either tomorrow or Wednesday. Kay. Bye

Posted in What I am reading

Monday Madness

So, hi my slayers but today is my Monday madness of what I’m reading. So this week I will be reading 3 books this week. So that’s 1,200 pages this week. Yay!!! I can’t wait, it’s like every book lover’s dream to read that much in a Week.Right? So, enough of keeping you waiting for the books I will be reading.

The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey (457 pages)

So, I have been wanting to read this like forever. It’s a science fiction, that is about surviving each wave of aliens coming over. So what are there intentions? Well that was soon declared as Killing the race off. So even though I don’t really like science fiction, but I’m willing to take a chance for my followers, and just because I literally love the idea of a female character defending herself. So I’m excited.

Scarlet by Marissa Meyer (454 pages)

I am totally, happy to read this book because this is the second book to Cinder, which it took me awhile to finish but i am totally in love with science fiction remake of Cinderella. But the thing about the second book is that I believe this story is gonna be told from a different girl but I don’t know. I’ll tell you more along the week as I read.

Eve & Adam by Micheal Grant and Katherine Applegate (291 pages)

I can’t wait to read this one, like really. My friend read it first and I was so jealous of her like OMG. But this book is about a girl that is the Daughter of the mother that works at a Biopharmaceuticals facility gives her a project to Create the perfect boy. Isn’t that amazing project to do to kick you out of boredom. So I’m super excited for this, so yeah.

So leave me some comments on what books your reading this week. Maybe i’ll even check it out for next week. Bye. Have a good week.