• The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

    What can I say? This couple had my heart on my sleeves.

  • Never Let Me Go

    A beautiful story of the fragility of life viewed through skewered lenses.

  • Night Circus

    The world that Morgenstern crafts is one that reeks of the cigar and smoke of the turn of the century England with its glamorous parties like The Great Gatsby, men with bowler hats in the Victorian Era, all with a splash of magic and romance.

  • Piratica I

    Piratica is a swashbuckling adventure, an over-the-top comedy, and of course, an unforgettable love story.

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Cover Canary + Giveaway: Eternal



In the final book of the Winterhaven trilogy, Violet McKenna and her friends find themselves right in the middle of a vampire war. The stakes have been raised, the danger unavoidable now. As the Warriors’ senior year draws to a close, not everyone makes it out alive. Who will be left standing at the end of it all? Will Aidan be a part of Violet’s future, or is he just a specter of the past?

About The Author

YA author Kristi Cook is a transplanted southern gal who lives in New York City with her husband and two kids. Her YA debut, HAVEN, was released in Feb. 2011 by Simon Pulse.



I think all the covers in this series are really pretty so far and I love how in each cover, a butterfly and an item play an important part in interpreting the title. The broken hourglass seems to symbolize the discontinued passing of time and again, the butterfly makes an appearance. It's almost as if the butterfly has escaped from the hourglass and therefore, the grasp and control of time!

So, with all the symbols and hidden meanings, this cover is delectable :) Especially with the beautiful colours and nice cursive font!

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Monday, January 28, 2013

Guest Post by Jeanette Battista (Leopard Moon)

You lucky Kindle people, I have a good news for you! :)

To help spread the word about the fact that Jeanette Battista's LEOPARD MOON, the first book in the Moon series, is available for free at Amazon for the Kindle until the end of January (that's three more days to go) I've invited the author to the blog to share a guest post about her experience writing the book. 

The Moon series consists of four books-- LEOPARD MOON, JACKAL MOON, HYENA MOON and HUNTER MOON-- and is a series that author Melissa Marr says, "... is filled with action and romance, shape shifters and strong heroines."

The guest post follows below, but first here's some information about the book and author and places you can find them both online!

Leopard Moon (Moon Series, #1)

Author: Jeanette Battista

Find it: Goodreads | Amazon | Barnes & Noble


How do you disappear when you come from a family of predators?

A wereleopard, Kess is forced to flee her home and family in Miami once her brother's obsession with her turns violent. She runs from city to city, trying to stay one step ahead of the investigators her family has dispatched to bring her home. Kess ends up in the mountains of North Carolina and attracts the attention of Cormac, a young man with a secret of his own. As she attempts to live as normal a life as her were-nature allows, her brother Sek continues to hunt for her. He believes she is the key to revitalizing their weakened clan and is driven to extreme measures to ensure their continued existence. As Kess' relationship with Cormac deepens, Sek closes in, threatening Cormac's life and Kess' freedom.

When the moon rises, the hunt is on….

Published March 7th 2012.


Dimitri Williams Photography
Source: Author's website
About the Author

Jeanette Battista graduated with an English degree with a concentration in medieval literature which explains her possibly unhealthy fixation on edged weapons and cathedral architecture. She spent a summer in England and Scotland studying the historical King Arthur, which did nothing to curb her obsession. To satisfy her adrenaline cravings—since sword fighting is not widely accepted in these modern times—she rode a motorcycle at ridiculously high speeds, got some tattoos, and took kickboxing and boxing classes. She gave up the bike when her daughter came along, although she still gets pummeled at the gym on a regular basis.

When she’s not writing or working, Jeanette spends time with family, hikes, reads, makes decadent brownies, buys killer boots, and plays Pocket Frogs. She wishes there were more hours in the day so she could actually do more of these things. She lives with her daughter and their ancient, ill-tempered cat in North Carolina.

I'll be honest--I wasn't planning to write a book like Leopard Moon. I had an entirely different story in my head at the time, but it just wasn't coming into clear focus. That's the funny way writing works though: there I am, sitting at a red light on my way to meet my friends for a birthday martini and pedicure, listening to Florence + the Machine and WHAM! The song Howl comes on and this whole lovely scene just starts unfolding in my head. There was Kess, running through the woods, ripping off of her clothes as she triggered a change into a black leopard. And there was Cormac, standing in a different part of the woods being beaten mercilessly by the villain. I didn't know Sek was going to turn out to be Kess' brother, but I did know who he was as a character and what he wanted.

It was truly a gift: the entire final fight scene just unspooled itself along with the song lyrics. Each beat of the song matched a key point in the fight. The more I listened, the more I realized that the lyrics could apply to all of the characters in the main triangle at some point in the story I suddenly wanted to tell. And I wanted that story to be more than just boy meeting girl-- I wanted that story to be about girl saving boy, but more importantly about girl saving herself. The song Howl gave me Kess first and Sekhmet second, so a lot of what I tried to do with them was to show them as two halves of a whole, two sides of a coin. Howl, at least to me, wasn't a love song at all--it was a song about possession and obsession and all of those things that show up in our animal drives, that we'd like to forget exists.

So when I began to craft Kess and Sek, Howl played on a continuous loop. And though the song speaks of wolves, I knew these two had to be cats. Wolves have a more social nature and are more easily understood by us-- I think it comes from them being a a precursor to our beloved dogs. Cats are an unknown quantity, strange and separate, even if they choose to share space with us. I wanted real darkness there, not just a brief bit of danger that would be easily resolved. Obsession and mental illness gave Sek that scariness, but also--I hope--a bit of sympathy. He really does love his sister and wants what is best for her and his clan. I never intended to excuse his behavior, but I did want to try and understand it.

Just like the song made me understand that narrator of that story. I can only hope I did half so well.


To meet Kess, Cormac and Sek in this first book in the Moon series, head over to Amazon to download the Kindle eBook for free until January 31st.

It can be found HERE!

Hope you guys enjoyed reading this guest post!

I hopped over to Youtube to check Howl and it really is quite awesome :) After all, it inspired a book.

So, have fun reading this while I sigh at my own iPad with the acute awareness of a lack of anything Amazon...


Sunday, January 27, 2013

Cover Canary + Giveaway: The Forgotten Ones

The Forgotten Ones
Author: Laura Howard
Genre: YA Paranormal Fantasy Romance
Expected release date: May 15, 2013
Age Group: Young Adult/New Adult
Cover Designer: Stephanie Mooney 


Allison O'Malley just graduated from college. Her life's plan is to get a job and take care of her schizophrenic mother. She doesn't have room for friends or even Ethan, who clearly wants more. 

When Allison's long-lost father shows up, he claims he can bring her mother back from the dark place her mind has sent her. He reveals legends of a race of people long forgotten, the Tuatha de Danaan, along with the truth about why he abandoned her mother.

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This cover isn't outstanding or anything, but it perfectly interprets the title "The Forgotten Ones". There's a sense of something being transcended in time and the girl seems to be lost and yearning for something forgotten. Plus, the font is perfect, I love how the colours all match the autumn palette.

VERDICT: This cover is simple, but it's rich with meaning. Quite decent :)

What do you think?

Friday, January 25, 2013

Blog Tour: Giveaway + Character Interview with Declan Ashdown from INTERRED

Welcome to my stop on the Interred Blog Tour hosted by YA Bound! To check out the rest of the tour, click the banner above :)

Interred (Chronicles of the Interred #1) Goodreads

Author: Marilyn Almodóvar 


Time has never been an issue for Baxter Jacobs, but then she never knew she had the ability to Bend it.

As her sixteenth birthday approaches, Baxter inherits a pendant that will change her life. Connected to the pendant is a dark and mysterious young man named Declan Ashdown. Trapped in a Time loop for the past 122 years, Declan needs Baxter’s help to escape. The only problem is, she has no idea how to do it.

To acquire the power she needs to free him, she’ll become one of the Interred, those whose Magical abilities emerge as they come of age. When she does, she’ll discover that Declan isn’t the only one interested in the fact that she’s a Time Bender.

As the Interment arrives, Baxter knows this will be no Sweet Sixteen. A vengeful relative and ruthless Council are determined to control her. Declan’s powerful and charming descendant, Jack Ashdown, claims he can save her. She’ll soon have to decide who she can trust, and how to master her new abilities before Time runs out.

Published 22 January 2013.


Hello Declan, what is your birth name? 

Declan Ezekiel Ashdown.

Wow, that's a complex one! I bet I will have trouble spelling your middle name... So, how do you dress most of the time?

Since I'm trapped in a Time loop, I'm still wearing the same clothes I was wearing 122 years ago. I look like a Victorian…white shirt, black vest, black cravat, black coat, and grey trousers.

And that sounds hot. *grins* Do you happen to wear any jewellery?
A pocket watch. Did you miss the part where I'm a Victorian trapped in Time?

Oh, might have forgotten! Tell me, what is something you hated, but had to learn?
Polite conversation. I'm not one for chit-chat, if you couldn't tell.

[Shoots him a sour look] As a matter of fact, I can tell... [Perks up] What do you feel most strongly about?
Returning to my own timeline.

And, what is your worst childhood memory?
The constant beatings with a cane, courtesy of my father.

Oh, now I get why you have problems with polite conversation! 

Thank you for entertaining us here at Bookcase to Heaven™, Declan! It must have been hard for you to agree to this interview :)


Marilyn Almodóvar is the author of a series of YA paranormal novels. Born in Ft. Huachuca, Arizona, Lyn is a lover of words whose reading tastes range from Victorian novels to the books of Stephen King. Her favorite past-times have always been reading and writing, two activities that let her escape to other worlds.

It was this love that propelled her to choose Theater and French as majors in University, with a minor in English Victorian Literature. Lyn lived for almost a decade in England followed by three years in France before returning home to the States. A self-confessed citizen of the world, she is fluent in English, French and Spanish, with basic knowledge of the Italian language.
Lyn could happily exist breathing the clean air of Narnia, trapped in a cupboard under the stairs with Harry, fighting alongside Captain Jack Sparrow, doing an internship in Torchwood, or traveling around time and space with the Doctor…as long as she can have Mr. Spock, Captain Kirk and Captain Mal as companions.

Lyn currently lives in Central Florida with her French husband, English-born eldest son, and French-born youngest son. Her debut YA Novel, Interred, will be published by Iambe books on 01/22/2013.


GIVEAWAY (Aw, yeah!)

The giveaway includes:

- One signed paperback of Interred

- One autographed Interred tote bag

- One onyx pendant inspired by the book
- One angel pin inspired by the book
- Misc. book swag (magnet, wristband, postcard, phone skin)

Best of all, it's open internationally!


Sunday, January 20, 2013

History and Cleopatra's Daughter (Giveaway + Info Sheet)

Hi guys! 

I haven't wrote a personal post for God knows how long and I'm popping up to draw your attention to the pages at the top tab of this blog--

There's an About page now!

And in that page, I rambled quite a bit about my ridiculous love of all things History, and Egyptian history is one of those things that drives me all excited. 

(Confession: After all, THE MUMMY is my all-time favourite movie.)

So here's a info-sheet-slash-book-blast-slash-giveaway on a great series by Stephanie Dray, Cleopatra's Daughter. 

Yesterday marks the two-year anniversary of the publication of Lily of the Nile by Stephanie Dray, the first in her Cleopatra's Daughter series, and of course, it's time to celebrate all of Stephanie's wonderful novels about strong ancient-Egyptian women!  

Two years ago, Stephanie Dray introduced the world to Cleopatra's daughter in the critically acclaimed historical fantasy novel, LILY OF THE NILE. In the award-winning sequel, SONG OF THE NILE, her dynamic and messianic young queen grew in power as she attempted to wrest back her mother's throne and return to Egypt. This year, Dray will complete the trilogy with DAUGHTERS OF THE NILE, which follows Selene on her journey as a fiercely protective mother, a powerful priestess and a queen with a unique historical legacy to bequeath to her heirs.

To commemorate and celebrate the book birthday of LILY OF THE NILE, she is giving away a free Young Adult novelette to her readers this January. THE PRINCESS OF EGYPT MUST DIE tells the beginnings of the reign of Arsinoe II, one of Cleopatra Selene's ancestral heroines and it is not to be missed. Join in the celebration of these ancient queens by grabbing your free copy now!


Before she became one of Egypt's greatest queens, she was a lonely princess who ached to belong...

Princess Arsinoe came of age in the glittering court of Ptolemaic Egypt. Abused by her ruthless sister, a pawn in the dynastic ambitions of her father, and dismissed by the king who claimed her for a bride, young Arsinoe finds herself falling in love with a young man forbidden to her. She dreams of a great destiny, but if she is ever to rule Egypt, she must first survive the nest of vipers otherwise known as her family.

December 2012 (Digital Only)


First in the series

With her parents dead, the daughter of Cleopatra and Mark Antony is left at the mercy of her Roman captors. Heir to one empire and prisoner of another, it falls to Princess Selene to save her brothers and reclaim what is rightfully hers…

In the aftermath of Alexandria’s tragic fall, Princess Selene is taken from Egypt, the only home she’s ever known. Along with her two surviving brothers, she’s put on display as a war trophy in Rome. Selene’s captors mock her royalty and drag her through the streets in chains, but on the brink of death, the children are spared as a favor to the emperor’s sister, who takes them to live as hostages in the so-called lamentable embassy of royal orphans…

Now trapped in a Roman court of intrigue that reviles her heritage and suspects her faith, Selene can’t hide the hieroglyphics that carve themselves into her flesh. Nor can she stop the emperor from using her for his own political ends. But faced with a new and ruthless Caesar who is obsessed with having a Cleopatra of his very own, Selene is determined honor her mother’s lost legacy. The magic of Egypt and Isis remain within her. But can she succeed where her mother failed? And what will it cost her in a political game where the only rule is win or die?

Second in the series

Sorceress. Seductress. Schemer. Cleopatra’s daughter has become the emperor’s most unlikely apprentice and the one woman who can destroy his empire…

Having survived her perilous childhood as a royal captive of Rome, Selene pledged her loyalty to Augustus and swore she would become his very own Cleopatra. Now the young queen faces an uncertain destiny in a foreign land.

Forced to marry a man of the emperor’s choosing, Selene will not allow her new husband to rule in her name. She quickly establishes herself as a capable leader in her own right and as a religious icon. Beginning the hard work of building a new nation, she wins the love of her new subjects and makes herself vital to Rome by bringing forth bountiful harvests.

But it’s the magic of Isis flowing through her veins that makes her indispensable to the emperor. Against a backdrop of imperial politics and religious persecution, Cleopatra’s daughter beguiles her way to the very precipice of power. She has never forgotten her birthright, but will the price of her mother’s throne be more than she’s willing to pay?


To be alerted when DAUGHTERS OF THE NILE releases, please sign up here.

And if you're a fan and would like to be a member of Ms. Dray's street team, with chances to win special prizes in exchange for your help promoting her work, please sign up here.

Steph is graciously giving away a digital copy of The Princess of Egypt Must Die to anyone who wants to download it, along with a bottle of Egyptian perfume for one lucky winner! 

Hope all the incense makes you giddy in the head!

Wishing you a great Egyptian time ahead ;)


Saturday, January 19, 2013

Cinder Read-Along: 19 Jan

So I've decided to turn a blind eye to the huge pile of homework on my desk and happily ran off to join join the Cinder Read-Along.

Well, I guess I have some pretty good reasons: 

a) It has been on my TBR list since forever. 

b) It's one of the top books I've listed for my 2013 TBR Pile Reading Challenge (Take a look here for the complete list.)

c) Scarlet is coming out and I really really want to read it. The whole twist on Red Riding Hood falling in love with the Big Bad Wolf (I'm assuming she does) makes me squeal happily. And then, there's all the cyborgs, evil queen, lunar technology and world domination thing... Which are just plain awesome. So I might as well as take the plunge and use this occasion to read Cinder with other excited bloggers, once and for all!

d) I have to join. Or else I might just never get down to reading it...

I will be putting up teasers as I read and updating once in a while when something thrilling happens in the story!

January 19: Chapters 1-7

I have read 7 chapters today, and so far, I like the story.

It's intriguing, it's fast-paced, it draws me in.

The writing isn't the best, but it's enough to pull off such a strange and lovely storyline.

And then, there's Prince Kai, who made his first and only appearance in these few chapters. Here goes a teaser:

She was met with startled copper-brown eyes and black hair that hung past his ears and lips that every girl in the country had admired a thousand times.

Her scowl vanished.

And here's another good one:

Cinder grunted.
"I would marry Prince Kai in a heartbeat."
"Me too," said Iko.
Cinder spit out the flashlight and shuffled to the fourth corner. "You and every other girl in the Commonwealth."
"Like you wouldn't," said Peony.

But, I think that romance is going to take a back seat since there seems to be some inter-galaxy conspiracy brewing.

Really excited for what's coming next!


Friday, January 18, 2013

Tour Invite: Maid of Secrets (Maids of Honor, #1)

Hello lovelies!

This is a blog tour invite for a Young Adult Historical Fiction novel, MAID OF SECRETS by Jennifer McGowan.


Seventeen-year-old Meg Fellowes is a wry, resourceful thief forced tojoin an elite group of female spies in Queen Elizabeth’s Court. There she must solve a murder, save the Crown, and resist the one thing that will become her greatest freedom–and her deadliest peril. 

For Meg and her fellow spies are not alone in their pursuit of the murderer who stalks Windsor Castle.

A young, mysterious Spanish courtier, Count Rafe de Martine, appears at every turn in the dark and scandal-filled corridors of the Queen’s summer palace. And though secrets and danger are Meg’s stock-in-trade, she’s never bargained on falling in love…

Expected publication: May 7th 2013 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers


More details about the author and the premise of the novel can be found on Goodreads. But, in short, this is a novel about royalty, espionage and romance!

The tour will include: 

- Character interviews for the four Maids of Honor
- Author interviews
- Reviews (along with Author Spotlights)
- Guest Posts 

The tour will last from 1 to 14 May.

All participating bloggers will be provided with an e-ARC via Edelweiss. More details on the distribution of digital review copies will be sent out in a later email once you are confirmed to be on the tour. Do make sure that your Edelweiss email is the same as the one you provide for this tour. If you do not have an Edelweiss account, you can sign up for one a
http://edelweiss.abovethetreeline.com/This will be useful for you even if you don't participate in the tour as Edelweiss works like Netgalley :)

Also, there will be an international giveaway of the book and other swag. 

If you are interested, please fill in the form below:

I have been waiting for this novel since the moment I set my eyes on it :) I love historical fiction from the very bottom of my heart and the fact that this novel combines history with espionage and romance just sets my poor heart aflutter!

I'm very blessed to work with the amazing author, Jenn McGowan, on this blog tour. And we are both really excited to have you join us in reading, reviewing and promoting this novel :D

Lovers of historical fiction will get to interact with Jenn in this tour. So, this blog tour will be an invaluable experience for you to make friends with fellow history junkies and talk to the author about books and writing!

Looking forward to having you on-board!


Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Review: Everneath


Author: Brodi Ashton


Last spring, Nikki Beckett vanished, sucked into an underworld known as the Everneath, where immortals Feed on the emotions of despairing humans. Now she's returned-- to her old life, her family, her friends-- before being banished back to the underworld... this time forever.

She has six months before the Everneath comes to claim her, six months for good-byes she can't find the words for, six months to find redemption, if it exists.

Nikki longs to spend these months reconnecting with her boyfriend, Jack, the one person she loves more than anything. But there's a problem: Cole, the smoldering immortal who first enticed her to the Everneath, has followed Nikki to the mortal world. And he'll do whatever it takes to bring her back- this time as his queen.

As Nikki's time grows short and her relationships begin slipping from her grasp, she's forced to make the hardest decision of her life: find a way to cheat fate and remain on the Surface with Jack or return to the Everneath and become Cole's...

Published 24 January 2012


Everneath holds a special place in my heart. Not because of the way it’s written or anything of that sort, but because my friend cried when she read it.

There are people who say that YA novels can never truly illustrate the power of love. I used to agree. For me, the sensible and rational part of my mind constantly reminds me that high-school sweethearts never do last and many of the magical moments of insta-love in the novels are simply unrealistic in real life.

But, now, I beg to differ.

Everneath is that novel which brings a new facet to the already multi-dimensional Young Adult romance. The love story runs in the background of the grand mythology and ticking time, but it is never eclipsed by the rest of the tale. That is because Jack and Nikki's romance is painfully real and hopeful amidst the surreal myths and angst.

The novel is narrated by a string of countdowns and recollections, starting from the moment when Nikki regains consciousness after a century of Feeding in the Everneath. Strangely, she is alive and intact after the Feed, something which greatly surprised the Everliving, Cole, who had fed on her emotions and life. 

I didn't tell him I'd thought of him every day. 
That even when every other memory had faded, he never left. 

What had sustained Nikki in those hundred years beneath the ground were the face and memories of a boy. After her miraculous survival, Nikki is given the chance to return back to the surface-- where only a few months have passed-- but several complications arise. She had left for Everneath without having said goodbye and the people around her have changed. While trying to repair all the broken relationships and heal her own broken heart, Nikki's days are numbered. She has only six months before the Tunnels-- the underworld of Everneath-- come for her and she can only try to reach out to that one boy she loves before she is gone, forever.

That one boy is Jack. Nikki had loved him before fleeing to the Everneath, loved him still in that century of being fed on and loves him all the more now. But Nikki's disappearance without even a goodbye has scarred him. The sweet Jack in Nikki's memories and the angsty bitter Jack in the present are intensely contrasting characters. But, regardless, both shoot countless of arrows into our hearts as we pity the poor boy who is angry of getting hurt a second time yet loves Nikki all the same.

Then, there's Cole. This novel is a prime example of a love triangle well done. Cole is here as an almost non-existent second man and his main purpose is to offer Nikki another way out of her quagmire. Nikki can choose to become an Everliving herself, but that would mean that she has to feed on an innocent soul too. And dooming someone else to her own fate is not something she would ever agree to.

The clock is ticking, and after every chapter, the time remaining grows short. We can't stop flipping as we wait with bated breaths to see what will happen to Jack and Nikki. Yet, as the story grows from one that is melancholy to one that is uplifting, cruelly, our hopes are dashed near the end. The slightly open ending masterfully sets the stage for the next instalment.

Everneath will make us cry (like me and my friend) for the love between Jack and Nikki as we ponder about a concept rarely seen in Young Adult novels-- sacrifice. One thing for sure, the resolution will leave us pondering about its implications long after the last page. 

But, fear not, the sequel is going to be released exactly a week from now. So, be prepared for another  glorious addition to the shelves of Greek Mythology.

Source: The dusty homely neighbourhood library


Saturday, January 12, 2013

2013 Challenges

The Debut Author Challenge is hosted by the Hobbitsies and this is my first year joining!

The list of debuts that I'm planning on reading are as follows:

January-- Uses of Boys by Erica Lorraine Scheidt
January-- The Madman's Daughter by Megan Shepherd 
January-- Cinders & Sapphires by Leila Rasheed 
February-- Pantomime by Laura Lam
March-- Strands of Bronze and Gold by Jane Nickerson 
March-- The Nightmare Affair by Mindee Arnett
March-- The Legacy of the Clockwork Key by Kristin Bailey 
April-- In the Shadow of Blackbirds by Cat Winters 
May-- Maid of Secrets by Jennifer McGowan
May-- The Falconer by Elizabeth May 
June-- Ink by Amanda Sun
July-- After Eden by Helen Douglas
August-- Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea by April Genevieve Tucholke
December-- These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagen Spooner

The 2013 TBR Pile Reading Challenge is hosted by Evie@ Bookish, Rachel @ Fiktshun, Justin @ Justin's Book Blog, Tiffany @ Escaping…One Book at a Time, Bonnie @ Words at Home and Emily @ Doodle's Book Blog. This is also my first year joining!

I'm aiming to go for A Sweet Kiss, which is around 21 to 30 books.

Here is the list of books in my TBR pile that I am going to finish in 2013:

1. Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi
2. Insurgent by Veronica Roth
3. Illuminate by Aimee Agresti
4. The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin
5. The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien
6. Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel
7. Cinder by Marissa Meyer
8. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
9. An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
10. The Selection by Kiera Cass
11. Witchstruck by Victoria Lamb
12. Warm Bodies by Issac Marion
13. Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl
14. The Body Finder by Kimberly Derting
15. Harbinger by Sara Wilson Etienne
16. Throne of Glass by Sara J. Maas
17. The Perks of Being a Wallflower by 
24. Delirium by Lauren Oliver 
25. Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater

The above are all books that I own or have been given to me by publishers in 2012. This year, I'm going to finish them all!

I will be updating this page as I find more books in the nooks and crannies of my room or on the ever amazing Goodreads :) Challenges do make you organized!


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