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30 Days of Books – Day Eight – A book you love but everyone else hates. Uh oh. I’m about to shoot myself in the foot. Okay – I admit it. For all you Twi-hards out there…I am 100% Team … Continue reading
30 Days of Books – Day Seven – My Guilty Pleasure Hi. My name is Adrienne and I’m a Roswell High Addict. That’s right – my guilty pleasure is the entire Roswell High Series (all 10 books) by Melinda Metz. … Continue reading
30 Days of Books – Day Six – Favorite Hero Easy one – JACE from the Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare. I first meet Jace in THE CITY OF BONES. He’s a witty charming shadow-hunter who kicks demon ass … Continue reading
30 Days of Books – Day Five – My Favourite Classic Book I haven’t read a lot of the classics yet but I have read a few by Jane Austen and Emma is by far the best. In fact – … Continue reading
30 Days of Books – Day Four – A book that makes you sad. I’ve read a lot of books that don’t have happy endings, but the one that pulled on my heart-strings the hardest had to be My Sister’s … Continue reading
30 Days of Books – Day Three – A book you have read countless times. This is an easy one! The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C.S. Lewis. I can’t even fathom how many times I’ve read this book. … Continue reading
30 Days of Books – Day Two – Name a Book you started reading but never finished. Well. This is embarrassing. And I’m sure somewhere my Grade Nine English teacher is shocked and appalled. But I’ll let you all in … Continue reading
30 Days of Books – Day One – What was the best book you read in 2010? Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins was amazing. And Hush Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick was superb. But I have to give this award to the fabulous … Continue reading
Matched by Ally Condie Cassia lives in a society where everything is chosen for you. At 17 years old, she gets matched with her future husband – Xander who is her childhood friend and neighbour. But something goes wrong, and … Continue reading
I’m almost finished Across the Universe by Beth Revis. What should I read next.