Thursday, March 28, 2013

What's Next (44)

I am so excited to be participating in a new meme every Thursday hosted  by Iceybooks, this meme is designed to help us bloggers get some help from our reader's on what to read next, so every week I will post 3 books that I am trying to decide between and you guys can vote on which one you think that I should read next. Cast your vote through the poll at the bottom of this post.

Happy Reading!

Wild Awake By: Hilary T. Smith
Goodreads Summary:

 Things you earnestly believe will happen while your parents are away:

1. You will remember to water the azaleas.
2. You will take detailed, accurate messages.
3. You will call your older brother, Denny, if even the slightest thing goes wrong.
4. You and your best friend/bandmate Lukas will win Battle of the Bands.
5. Amid the thrill of victory, Lukas will finally realize you are the girl of his dreams.

Things that actually happen:

1. A stranger calls who says he knew your sister.
2. He says he has her stuff.
3. What stuff? Her stuff.
4. You tell him your parents won’t be able to—
5. Sukey died five years ago; can’t he—
6. You pick up a pen.
7. You scribble down the address.
8. You get on your bike and go.
9. Things . . . get a little crazy after that.*
*also, you fall in love, but not with Lukas.

Both exhilarating and wrenching, Hilary T. Smith’s debut novel captures the messy glory of being alive, as seventeen-year-old Kiri Byrd discovers love, loss, chaos, and murder woven into a summer of music, madness, piercing heartbreak, and intoxicating joy.


 The Boyfriend App By: Katie Sise
Goodreads Summary:

 In The Boyfriend App by Katie Sise, super-smart, somewhat geeky Audrey McCarthy can’t wait to get out of high school. Her father’s death and the transformation of her one-time BFF, Blake Dawkins, into her worst nightmare have her longing for the new start college will bring.

But college takes money. So Audrey decides she has to win the competition for the best app designed by a high schooler—and the $200,000 that comes with it. She develops something she calls the Boyfriend App, and suddenly she’s the talk of the school and getting kissed by the hottest boys around. But can the Boyfriend App bring Audrey true love?

You Look Different In Real Life By: Jennifer Castle
Goodreads Summary:

 For the rest of the world, the movies are entertainment. For Justine, they're real life.

The premise was simple: five kids, just living their lives. There'd be a new movie about them every five years, starting in kindergarten. But no one could have predicted what the cameras would capture. And no one could have predicted that Justine would be the star.

Now sixteen, Justine doesn't feel like a star anymore. In fact, when she hears the crew has gotten the green light to film Five at Sixteen, all she feels is dread. The kids who shared the same table in kindergarten have become teenagers who hardly know one another. And Justine, who was so funny and edgy in the first two movies, feels like a disappointment.

But these teens have a bond that goes deeper than what's on film. They've all shared the painful details of their lives with countless viewers. They all know how it feels to have fans as well as friends. So when this latest movie gives them the chance to reunite, Justine and her costars are going to take it. Because sometimes, the only way to see yourself is through someone else's eyes.

Smart, fresh, and frequently funny, You Look Different in Real Life is a piercing novel about life in an age where the lines between what's personal and what's public aren't always clear.


Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Waiting On Wednesday!

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Breaking the Spine, that highlights upcoming book releases that everyone is waiting on.

This weeks selection is:

Title: Find Me 
Author: Romily Bernard
Published: September 24th, 2013
Goodreads Summary:

 "Find Me." These are the words written on Tessa Waye's diary. The diary that ends up with Wick Tate. But Tessa's just been found...dead.

Wick has the right computer-hacking skills for the job, but little interest in this perverse game of hide-and-seek. Until her sister Lily is the next target. Then Griff, trailer-park boy next door and fellow hacker, shows up, intent on helping Wick.

Is a happy ending possible with the threat of Wick's deadbeat dad returning, the detective hunting him sniffing around Wick instead, and a killer taunting her at every step?

Foster child. Daughter of a felon. Loner hacker girl. Wick has a bad attitude and sarcasm to spare.

But she's going to find this killer no matter what.

Because it just got personal.

My Thoughts:

I love this cover so much! I also think the plot sounds awesome and I am a huge fan of thrillers.

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I recommend the most.


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme that is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

This week's topic is the top ten books I recommend the most!

1. The Mara Dyer Trilogy By: Michelle Hodkin

I am dying for the last book in the series , each book is so great and then their is Noah! If you haven't read this series yet you should!

2. The Selection By: Kiera Cass

This book completely surprised me and I read the entire book in one sitting and I really enjoyed it!

3.  Meant To Be By: Lauren Morrill

I have to admit that I am not a huge contemporary fan but, this book was so adorable and so much fun!

4. Pushing The Limits By: Katie McGarry

This was one of my top reads of 2012  and anytime I can I lend this  book out for people to read because it is so amazing!

5. Anything By Richelle Mead

Richelle Mead is one of my all time favorite authors and any books that she writes I recommend.

6. Anything By Cassie Clare

 Many book lovers I know have already read her books but anytime I meet a new reader I definitely explain that her books are must reads!

7. If I Stay and Where She Went By: Gayle Forman

I loved these two books and so many feels came out of both of these books, how could I not recommend this one!

8. The Chemical Garden Trilogy By: Lauren Destefano

I just finished up this trilogy and it was great, I recommend this series for people who don't normally enjoy dystopians because it is different from many of the dystopian books out there that I have read. 

 9 . Blood Red Road By: Moira Young

I loved, loved, loved this book, I can't say enough good things about it. I haven't  read the second book because  I have heard mixed things and I am scared it will ruin my love for this book.

10. Sweet Evil By: Wendy Higgins

I have read so many angel books in my time and this one was by far my all time favorite it felt fresh and new and not the same old love stories.

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