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The Spiral Arm (episode 1, season 1)

The Spiral Arm (episode 1, season 1) - Peter  Boland Loved it! Never read a serial series before, and I am absolutely hooked, and it being dystopian makes it even better. Well created future world, interested me a lot.

The character relates to me, being a insomniac, worrying, lacking confidence, I just absolutely love her.

Great writer, I get a great visual, can't wait to read the next one.
Switch - Janelle Stalder This book looks awesome! Want to read asap.
Tournament - Jennifer Goebel, Dagmar Jacisinova If Alaska was the last part of the US... looks like it could be a great book with interesting theories.
Ethereal Fury - Jessica O'Gorek Looks like a alien type human romance. Looks wicked.
The Breeders - Katie French This novel looks so interesting and it looks like it might be different from anything I have ever read.

Abandon (Possession, #3)

Abandon (Possession, #3) - Elana Johnson why does the cover look like a tampon?
Once Humans - Massimo Marino I am so lucky to have one this book on a Goodreads giveaway. I love the first book, it is one of my favorites. Can't wait to read this one.

Enigma Black (Enigma Black, #1)

Enigma Black (Enigma Black, #1) - Sara Furlong Burr Thank you to the author for giving me a copy in return for an honest review.

From page one Enigama Black keeps you wanting to turn the page as fast as you can wanting more. I love this book, and it's one I will end up reading again, and continue on with reading the trilogy. I had high hopes for this book and it defiantly did not dissapoint. This dystopian book stood out more for me that a lot of dystopian books I have been reading.

The plot was amazing and grabs your attention with all it's twists and turns. It's super engaging and the storyline is well paced. I absolutely love Celaine, she is a character I fell instantly in love with on her journey for revenge on the man who changed her life.

The book is aimed at YA, but will suit well with an older audience as well.

Creator Class

Creator Class - K.M. Breakey This was a slighty better than average novel. I found it a tad bit slow till about half way and kept wondering what the actual point of the story was. But if you can push through it, it is defiantly worth it. So just finish it! :) But this story defiantly took longer for me to get though for most books. It may have possibly been better if the book was longer as there is a lot of detail during the first half.

It is defiantly original and I loved seeing the names and cities of places that I live close to (I assume the author is from BC or at least spent a lot of time there).

I will probably read the next book because I have a hate love relationship with cliffhangers.
Unremembered - Jessica Brody I was lucky enough to win this on a Goodreads giveaway!

I was really excited to win this as it had been on my to-read list for a while. I started off kinda slow, and it felt like it wasn't going anywhere, but things turned around for me. Trying to figure out the mystery with Seraphina made me feel connected to the character, and I found my self talking out loud while reading the story, saying phrases of "no way" and "really, why?". I know understand why it took so long for me to get into it - the story had to built up for the end (which was amazing) but enough to leave you hanging and wanting more enough to read the next one.

The reason why I gave it 3 stars is because of the slow beginning, or else I would have given it 4.
Runners - Sharon Sant I received a free copy in exchange for a honest review.

This is a interesting book to read camping...while sick...in the middle of nowhere. It made the story more eerie than it really is. I enjoyed the writers style of the book and how the story was built up with all the weird coincidences and events. The characters developed, and I especially liked Elijah.

The thing I did not like about it was I found it a bit to slow at the beginning but in the end I felt myself turning not being able to put it down.

This book is defiantly going to gravitate me to more time travel books.

*I will put up a full review later, just wanted to get my main thoughts down.*

The Star Dwellers (The Dwellers, #2)

The Star Dwellers - David Estes David Estes knows how to make tears fall.

I will right a review later. This book was so good.
True Lies - Sara Shepard Probably the least favorite out of the series, don't know if it is because this is a novella or if my head is to wrapped around the last few book...but it is nice to see how Sutton ad Garrett ended up together, the rest of the content in the book is mostly fluff. Can't wait for book #6, is it going to be the last one?

Cross My Heart, Hope To Die (The Lying Game, #5)

Cross My Heart, Hope To Die (The Lying Game, #5) - Sara Shepard Only thought after finishing: What was Nisha gonna tell Emma?

Tent City

Tent City - Kelly Van Hull 3.5 stars

I would have probably read this book in one sitting if I didn't have to read it off of the computer. I loved the idea of it, and I didn't mind the love triangle. Probably because it didn't feel like a typical love triangle that I have read in past books where the girl is with one guy, and now he's gone and she is with the other guy, and now guys #1 is back. Dani hasn't been or picked one over the other yet. I am rooting for Jack though. There is some repeated information which lead to moments where I thought I was rereading a page, so that annoyed me sometimes. Really excited about the next book and what is going to happen with Brody and how they are gonna' get Jack back. When does it come out? :)
The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Stephen Chbosky I don't understand all the hype. Review to come soon.