REVIEW - Noah by Elizabeth Reyes

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Noah (5th Street #1)

Author      : Elizabeth Reyes
Source      : Given
Pages        : 254 (e-book)
Publisher  : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Summary from Goodreads :
Veronica Cruz has been through hell and back. After disconnecting with the world two years ago to be at the side of her dying mother, she’s left alone, unemployed, overweight, and feeling a decade older than her twenty-eight years. When her best friend coaxes her into joining the local gym to ditch her depression and rejuvenate her life, she meets Noah. Assigned to help Veronica lose weight, Noah is everything she expected a young trainer to be—perfectly chiseled, supportive and motivating. Add to that, he’s incredibly sexy. He’s everything she’s ever looked for in a man. What she least expected was for him to fall for her, but he has. There's just one glaring problem: Noah is eight years younger.

Noah Quintanilla has his eye on a boxing title—someday. Down for a few months with an injury, his maintenance-boy pay at 5th Street Gym won't cut it. He’s finally given the opportunity to train. The catch? His trainee is an out-of-shape woman with a free week pass. Taking on the challenge, Noah stumbles into one of the closest friendships he’s ever known, and before he knows it, he’s in love. But Veronica’s not having it—the age difference is too much. Their platonic relationship means having to watch her date other men—something that would make him crazy. Believing he's the man for her, Noah sets out to prove that age is but an illusion, and there's more to him than just a number.

Review :
At first, thank you Nana from Reading in The Morning who provided this book for me. I really appreciate it, you know it rite? ;D

Noah happened to be the second contemporary New Adult book I've read after Beautiful Disaster and also the first book I read in 2013 as a refreshing start and yeah, I love it! =D Probably with a right portion like this book, New Adult could be a new favorite genre of mine. The story itself is something I would like immediately. It sounds both realistic and also dreamy at the same time. Seriously, who doesn't want to find unexpected love from the unexpected person, who would love you unconditionally? But in reality, the main issue in this book is not something you can accept lightly, at least for me.

When the first I read the summary, I thought Reyes was pretty bold to pick up this issue as part story concept and I was pretty curious how this issue would work in this story. I imagined if I were Roni, would I want to date a boy who is 8 years younger than me? No matter how hot, sexy, irresistible he was, um... I think I'd like to think twice, no, five times before I decided something like that. I still find a wide age gap between an older girl with a younger boy is kind of awkward, I've read a lot of convincing quotes that told me age is just a number but well, I'm still not convinced enough. Yet, I have to admit this book quite changed my perspective about age-gap between a lover though still only ... a half =p.

Everything about the story feels so right for me. The pace is not too slow yet not too rushed either. Relationship between Veronica and Noah happens quite naturally, how at first they begin it with a good friendship (which is fun, witty, sexy, just wow! =D) and it slowly grows as a love and it's really beautiful. There's a stage where they live together under the same roof because Veronica is a kind heart like that and honestly I was pretty afraid the story would move too 'abruptly' to the next step because of this condition but yet thankfully it's not. I was glad that the author has, what should I call it, a respect for the issue and didn't make Veronica as a dumb girl who jumps easily into such a relationship without think twice and also didn't make Noah as a bastard who force his will to Veronica. They slowly develop their relationship and when it comes, I'm talking about a new year eve scene, the first make-up one, oh wow, pretty hot here *fanning my face*

I simply love the main characters here. Because of thoughts I have previously, Veronica's uneasy feeling and hesitancy about her feeling toward Noah are very relatable. I understand her very well while I also love to see how she struggles to fix her life quality, how she spends her time with Noah (which is very sweet and thoughtful,mutually from both side), knowing him farther and finally found reasons to accept Noah despite of his young age. Noah, oooh he's such a perfect example of a perfect guy and I really adore him. He has a lot qualities in him, physically and mentally. He's naturally well-matured because of his tough life but he still has that sweet, adorable side of a 19 years old boy who easily get jealous when someone is getting closer to a person he loves *swoon*.

As a New Adult novel, this book pretty much has profanities and some explicit smexy scenes but thank God the author didn't abuse it and made it in a pretty right proportion. This book is beautiful and fun, it's not just the romance that can steal every hearts, but also there are a lot of good other things you can see in it. And maybe one important thing I got from this book is that maturity is not depend on number(s) on your age, but from how life has done to shape out our personality =).
So yeah, if you want to read good contemporary romance which is maturer than YA, this novel can be your perfect choice. I can't wait to read Gio, another my favorite boy from Noah's gang. Once again, thank you Nana for providing the sequel as well! =D

Happy reading, everyone! ;)





TTT#9 : Top Ten Settings I'd Like To See More Of (Or At All)

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday is a feature/weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. It's the best and fun way to share lists of certain topics with other fellow bloggers. If you want to participate, please visit their blog for further information! =D

I have to admit that the setting only could really make me want to read certain book =D It's really fun to imagine I am in there, in sort of imaginary or real places I've never been there before. So here's my list :

Top Ten Eight Settings I'd Like To See More Of (Or At All)
*both in reality or fantasy, and not really specific*

1. Boarding School
taken from here
The first place that popped into my mind while I read this week topic is 'Hogwarts'. I really love stories set in boarding school, both mixed or girls/boys only. I live in a country with almost no boarding school (as far as I know) so it's fascinated me. It's somehow also fun to see dorm-dividing system like Hogwarts, based on their character and potency; or like boarding school at manga called 'For You In Full Blossom', which divides their students into certain dorm based on their talent. I hope I can see more of Boarding School setting in the future.

2. Medieval or Victorian Era, basically Historical fiction setting
taken from here, so gorgeous! =D
Recently I realized that I enjoy reading stories with historical background. Probably because I would never be in there since we don't have time machine =p. Mostly this setting has magnificent castles, knights in shining armor, girls in gorgeous dresser, horses, untouched wide green field and I LOVE THEM =D

3. Europe Cities like Paris, London and many more =)
taken from here
Europe is my big dream! =D When I was a student of Architecture Department, I've been admiring Europe for its beautiful cities, buildings and arts; and I really want to go there! Sadly I still can't afford to go there (but I hope someday I WILL) so reading stories with some beautiful cities in Europe like Paris, London Prague or anywhere can at least makes me imagine I am there. Sounds pathetic but yeah that's what I feel ;p

4. Countryside, with its large farm and ranch, yee-haw! =D
taken from here
Anyone know a simulation game on Playstation I name 'Harvest Moon'? That game makes me want to live in a country side and own a ranch and run a farm! =D Okay, back to the topic. Basically I love log house and large field, they have warm, peaceful and free image in my mind. And don't forget the cowboys, YUM! So stories with this setting immediately catch my attention. Seems like as far as I remember, I only read one YA novel with country-side setting (but bunch of Harlequin novels with this setting) so I need to read more of them.

5. Futuristic city set in the future
taken from here
Oooh all hail crazy imagination! Maybe I'm biased, because I'm a dreamer and have a basic in architecture so I love to see high tech building and structures, lol. People who can create a futuristic city and its details must be a super-genius and probably this is one thing why I badly fall in love with Dystopia series.

6. Underwater world
Atlantis, taken from here
Little Mermaid, everyone? =D
I admit I still haven't read many books about 'Life Under Water' kind like story about mermaid and merman or maybe about Atlantis, and I imagine it would be very AMAZING!!



7. Fantasyland
Rivendell, taken from here
I have not read The Lord of The Ring novels, but from the movies I think this is a series with the most beautiful fantasy places visualization and I deeply fall in love with it. I hope there will be another series with amazing fantastical setting like this one =D


8. Bakery and Patisserie
taken from here
CUPCAKES! CAKES! ICE CREAM! CHOCOLATE! HEAVEN!
Though I don't really like sweet things but I love cakes =D
I rarely see any YA books with this setting or maybe I haven't notice one before but I really look forward for this! Any book recommendation?


Actually there might be many more, but I only have these in my mind right now that I really want to see more. You're very welcome to recommend me some books with settings above. What's your list? Link me so I can check it back.
Have a nice day =)



REVIEW : Across The Universe by Beth Revis

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Across The Universe

Author      : Beth Revis
Publisher   : Razorbill
Source      : Bought
Pages        : 398 (Paperback)

Summary from Goodreads :
A love out of time. A spaceship built of secrets and murder.

Seventeen-year-old Amy joins her parents as frozen cargo aboard the vast spaceship Godspeed and expects to awaken on a new planet, three hundred years in the future. Never could she have known that her frozen slumber would come to an end fifty years too soon and that she would be thrust into the brave new world of a spaceship that lives by its own rules.

Amy quickly realizes that her awakening was no mere computer malfunction. Someone-one of the few thousand inhabitants of the spaceship-tried to kill her. And if Amy doesn't do something soon, her parents will be next.

Now Amy must race to unlock Godspeed's hidden secrets. But out of her list of murder suspects, there's only one who matters: Elder, the future leader of the ship and the love she could never have seen coming.

Book trailer :


Cover Glimpse :
I know hardcover version is actually prettier. But somehow I love the paperback version more and decided I'd own this one at first. Although I only knew the story just from book summary and blogger's reviews, I knew the story would not as romantic as what the cover shown. I love how the cover shows the sci-fi, like a part of somewhere on the spaceship and mysterious side of the story and I also can imagine Amy more because she appears there. It's really cool!
In the end I also bought the hardback version as well, and am so thrilled because it has a Godspeed map at the backside of the dustjacket! And it makes this book has reversible jacket! Cool! =D
By the way, this series has very serious issue about the cover changing for people who has acute OCD, LOL.

Review :
Wow wow wow, Beth Revis! 8D
Even before I read any book from her, I had this feeling that she is an awesome person. After I finished this book, I've been more sure that she's not only awesome in person, but her writing and storytelling are not less than it. It's very mind blowing, eerily exciting, and scary too! Wow! To be honest, I was afraid to start this book at the first, was afraid the story would be too overwhelming (since this is a sci-fi book though actually I like sci-fi sometimes =p) and I would end not enjoying it. But gah, I even hardly took my eyes from it, I brought this book everywhere in case I could steal a little moment to read what next. Totally gripping until the end!

Across The Universe quickly reminded me of one of the Bible story about Noah and his ark. Instead a mighty ark, we get a larger-than-life spaceship and set in futuristic world around 250 years in the future. I really love how Revis built the setting, inside a spaceship named 'Godspeed'. She explains how the inside looks like through both of her narrators, for each section, building and people who live inside as well, and if words aren't enough, the book (both paperback and hardback) has the map picture too so you can easily visualize it.

Then after reached some chapters, I found that what makes this book more amazing and not-easy-to-forget for me is that Revis allows, or possibly 'forces' us to 'feel', along with what the main character feels. Actually the story in general and voices inside this book are strongly depressing, but somehow it's also really captivating and you can not help but wanting to know what would happen next.

Beth Revis did a marvelous job on telling the story alternately from two different voices in one person point of view, from Amy and Elder. Each of them provides distinctly different perspective about living in the Godspeed. I easily placed myself on Amy's shoes and so incredible I also feel the same scared, suffocated and desperate as her. Fighting evil aliens sounds more exciting than trapped inside a big tin can in the middle of nowhere for the rest of our life. It's also really fascinating to know the weird culture and behavior of Godspeed' people from Elder side, which is... less-human and well, just say we have to be thankful for still living in this earth with all normality.

I like both Amy and Elder. Though Amy's voice is very emotional and depressing which is very understandable, eventually she becomes stronger, still holds tight the right things she believes and fight for it. Amy influences Elder quite much. Eldest who has been taking care of him is such a wicked man but I'm glad Elder is a total opposite and have his own thoughts about right and wrong. An 'awkward' romance between Amy and Elder is a plus point for me somehow. I'm glad Revis didn't force romance happen between them and just let it flow naturally. It's still a little spark from Elder side and curiosity from Amy's side. I hope to see more development in their character and relationship.

I probably give this book a high appreciation but it's not without a flaw. Just too bad that mysteries are not as thrilling as I expected before. I could predict who's the murderer from the start, it's quite obvious. Just too bad. However there are some twists that quite surprised me when it came and I just enjoyed my time reading the story so it wasn't a big deal.

I'm glad Across The Universe didn't disappoint me at all. Well, okay in very personal opinion there were some things disappointing *sigh*. You who already read this probably know what it is but for the others, won't tell you what it is though *read:spoiler*. Again, it's not a big deal. I'm eager to read A Million Suns VERY SOON-ish. Highly recommended to Sci-Fi and Dystopia fans!
Happy reading! =D



TTT#8 : Top Ten 2013 Debuts I'm Looking Forward To

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday is a feature/weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. It's the best and fun way to share lists of certain topics with other fellow bloggers. If you want to participate, please visit their blog for further information! =D

On 2013, yes this year, we have a LOT of anticipated upcoming books from debut authors, they all look soooo delicious, yum! =9 Probably you want to check Friday the Thirteeners to know more about authors who make their debut in this year. I think I already wrote down some of them for many times before in like every bookish meme I have here, but well, who cares, they worth to be mentioned many times anyway =D

Top Ten 2013 Debuts I'm Looking Forward To
not in specific order


1. Taken by Erin Bowman
Another Dystopia series! So exciting! Also I found Erin Bowman is a lovely person, it makes me more eager to read her book =)
2. Splintered by A.G. Howard
I'm so excited to read this one, another Alice in Wonderland re-telling. So curious how twisted this one =)
3. The Madman's Daughter by Megan Shephard
Have pre-ordered this because I can't resist. Sounds so eerily amazing and people have positive opinions about this book too.
4. Let The Sky Fall by Shannon Messenger
The concept is original and cool, and I fell in love at the first sight with the cover =D
5. Mila 2.0 by Debra Driza
This sounds really cool, about a girl who becomes an experiment rat of an evil organization (and I read she's kind of Android, wow!) and I want to add more sci-fi books to my TBR list. Definitely need to check out this one =)
6. Legacy of Clockwork Key by Kristin Bailey
I also want to read more Steampunk stories and this quickly caught my attention. Sounds really cool and I hope I'll find more reviews of this book
7. Reboot by Amy Tintera
Another sci-fi book I want to add to my TBR list. I was sold immediately by the premise! Reboot probably is a new term of 'Robot' with very cool twist. I also love the simple cover as well.
8. Between The Devil and The Deep Blue Sea by April Genevieve Tucholke
Sounds having sort of similar concept with Twilight and Beautiful Creatures, but since I love both of them I also eager to read this book =)
9. Ink by Amanda Sun
Sets in Japan, with Japanese hero (aaaagh! I love name 'Tomohiro'! x3) and the story sounds original too. And yes, the cover is so pretty. Definitely have to check this one
10. The Falconer by Elizabeth May
The story is a mixing of Historical-steampunk-fantasy! Wow! I think I'll love this book =D And since the blurbs is blowing my mind, I'm now eager to see how the cover will be *excited*

... and many more!
You're very welcome to recommend me another debut books, I lack of contemporary books apparently. I'll happily check them out and add them to my TBR.

So those are some debuts I'm looking forward this year. I'm sure you've seen them too everywhere, or maybe you've read some of them. Tell me what you think about them, is it good or not really?
What's your list? Leave your link so I can check it back.
Happy reading! ;)



Cover Reveal #12 - The Retribution of Mara Dyer

Sunday, January 13, 2013

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taken from here

The best thing of staying up at midnight, that you'll get a delighting surprise ;D
See what I got at 00.00 a.m at my place.
OH MY GOSH.
It's finally here, the last gorgeous cover of Mara Dyer series!!!


Still no blurb reveal yet, but LOOK HOW BEAUTIFUL, HOW GORGEOUS IS THAT!!!

*staring forever*

If this is really the fix cover, I'm glad they use one of my favorite shot of the photo series, it's a perfect picture for the last book. It somehow looks both bringing-kind-of-good-news and heart-wrenching :'(.
Oh Noah, I hope you'd be okay...

So, who already can't wait for this book like I do? *raise hand* ;)



REVIEW : Matched by Ally Condie

Friday, January 11, 2013

Matched

Author      : Ally Condie
Publisher   : Dutton Juvenile
Source      : Bought
Pages        : 366 (Hardback)

Summary from Goodreads :
Cassia has always trusted the Society to make the right choices for her: what to read, what to watch, what to believe. So when Xander's face appears on-screen at her Matching ceremony, Cassia knows with complete certainty that he is her ideal mate... until she sees Ky Markham's face flash for an instant before the screen fades to black.

The Society tells her it's a glitch, a rare malfunction, and that she should focus on the happy life she's destined to lead with Xander. But Cassia can't stop thinking about Ky, and as they slowly fall in love, Cassia begins to doubt the Society's infallibility and is faced with an impossible choice: between Xander and Ky, between the only life she's known and a path that no one else has dared to follow.

Book trailer :


Cover Glimpse :
I really really adore the cover. It's simple but pretty, also like want to tell something about what the story is about. After I read the whole story, I even love the cover more because it's perfectly related and could pictured the 366 pages with a simple image; a girl with pretty green silk dress inside a small bubble and her hands somewhat tries to push out the surface from inside.

Review :
After I finished this book, I got this guilty feeling that probably I should have read this book first before any Dystopia books I've actually read first like Divergent or Delirium. I really want to love this book because my expectation to this series was pretty high since Dystopia is my favorite genre and I hoped Matched would offer something as fascinating as they did. In the end, hm... I don't all judge the story is bad, but I feel the story is lacking of something and yes, a bit dragged and slow. This book is put-down-able for me. I think the story has a big potential to be more developed, more intriguing. But well, Condie gave us as it is, like she wants to present Matched as the beginning only. Thankfully, Condie has interesting plot and writing style from the start that could pin me. To be honest, ironically this big question mark I got about where Condie want to drag the story to that made me faithfully reading this book and yeah I still managed to enjoy it.

The story is told from Cassia's side, who has been living in The Society for 17 years of her life. Society is built perfectly but absolutely restrictive. Every aspect of citizens' life is ruled and controlled, even if they'll get matched or not (which is the main cause of everything in this book, apparently) and when they'll die, everything is already decided. Society keeps them save, live healthy and only know what they should know. Things that considered provoking rebellion are prohibited and banished (I even cringed when I read they tear down all 'provoking' books and poetry as well and dump them to the fire. Oh my!).

From Cassia's voices and thoughts we see her discovery and observation about Society and her transformation process as the conclusion of what she finds about it later. Though Cassia isn't quite my favorite for some reason (I don't know, probably because the story moves very slow and I got bored sometimes, I can't really enjoy her character), I do admire her because she's not fully asleep under the artificial safety The Society made. She dares to questioning the reliability of The Society after the malfunction on her Matched system, 'cleverly' and cautiously break the rules to know more, then have her own thoughts and fight the right things she has in mind.

There's obvious love triangle happen in this book, but dang I can't choose to whom I should root. They both are very awesome, Xander and Ky. Ky's mysterious-ness and his complicated background draw more curiousity and Cassia attracts to him at the first time because of this. I found myself waiting for scenes where Cassia interacts with Ky and I love that their relationship grows slowly but sweetly, not all fall-in-the-first-sight or teeny-flowery type but still beautiful and heart-wrenching. They both protect each other and Ky is also one reason of Cassia's transformation.
Xander, meanwhile, is barely appeared but I already grow fonding him. He's a best friend and always supportive, disappointed but not all mad while Cassia chooses Ky over him. I sincerely felt sorry for him. And yet he's mysterious as well. He seems hiding something and really eager to know it at the next book.

Here comes something bugging me. Somehow I feel there are some holes here and there. As far as I read this book, there's no clear explanation or background why The Society is being all restrictive. I considered it as the first little hole and then as I read more, about what's behind Cassia's Matched malfunction system, facts about Ky's origin and the war outside the Society, that hole was getting bigger. I kept sticking my eyes to the story and tried to ignore the hole with a faith there would be more explanation about this mysterious Society but maybe I need to wait until I read the next book.

Though Matched is not as satisfying as I predicted, it's still a good story with interesting premise. Probably it's not all fast pace and full of actions like other Dystopia story (and it's a bit unwise to compare one to another, although I can't help it /=) but I still managed to enjoy it although at some moment I put it down. If you can enjoy slow and detailed story progress, you probably would love this book.
Happy reading! =D



2013 Reading Challenge : Book in English

very cute button! =D

This year I decided to participate Reading Challenge that's held by one of Indonesian Blogger, Peni from Ketimbun Buku. Beside I mostly read book in English, it sounds really fun to challenge ourselves and share our thought of books we've read. And if it isn't interesting enough to convince you, it has awesome prizes too!

Here are books I'll read in 2013 and participate them on this challenge (most of them are Fantasy YA books and with no particular order) :

1. Through The Ever Night - Veronica Rossi
2. The Indigo Spell - Richelle Mead
3. Requiem - Lauren Oliver
4. Clockwork Princess - Cassandra Clare
5. *Divergent book 3* - Veronica Roth (the title haven't been announced yet)
6. Die For Me - Amy Plum (just finished it yesterday ;))
7. Until I Die - Amy Plum
8. If I Should Die - Amy Plum
9. Unraveling - Elizabeth Norris
10. Sweet Evil - Wendy Higgins
11. Defiance - C.J. Redwine
12. The Iron King (re-read) - Julie Kagawa
13. The Iron Daughter - Julie Kagawa
14. The Iron Queen - Julie Kagawa
15. The Iron Knight - Julie Kagawa
16. The Lost Prince - Julie Kagawa
17. Reached - Ally Condie
18. Pushing The Limit - Katty McGarry
19. Lola and The Boy Next Door - Stephanie Perkins
20. Hallowed - Cynthia Hand
21. A Million Suns - Beth Revis
22. Shades of Earth - Beth Revis
23. The Retribution of Mara Dyer - Michelle Hodkin
24. Article 5 - Kristen Simmons
25. Eyes Like Stars - Lisa Mantchev

... and still many more. Will update them at the side bar and will add tag 'Reading Challenge 2013' on the review of each of them ;)

Feel excited finally? So Indonesian bloggers, don't miss this chance and challenge yourself!
Good luck for all of us! ;D



New Year Blog Update

Thursday, January 10, 2013

So... after more than a year... and after strolling around in the middle of my work time (ok, I'm a bad employer, I admit)...

FINALLY I CHANGED MY BLOG LAYOUT!
*throws confetti*

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I'm so happy I found this template!
Pretty clean and cute rite? It's really hard to find template that fits my taste and I have no time to build a new one.
Eventually I'll add some things here and if possible would add a fancy header too, so it won't be just a plain header text.

So I hope you'll enjoy the new layout and your stay here ;)



TTT #7 : Top Ten Bookish Goals For 2013

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday is a feature/weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. It's the best and fun way to share lists of certain topics with other fellow bloggers. If you want to participate, please visit their blog for further information! =D

Top Ten Bookish Goals For 2013

1. Read The Host by Stephenie Meyer before the movie release
2. Finish some post-poned reviews (which is so many of them =_=)
3. Learn to make a better book-review and 'polish' it to be more both informative and entertaining.
4. Be able to read 70 books and accomplish the reading challenge
5. Change blog's template or header at least once
6. Re-reading Harry Potter series
7. Reading at least The Lord of The Ring or The Hobbit
8. Be more selective on buying books a.k.a not wasting too much money for it (I hope so... >.>)
9. Complete my TMI series in hardback (only City of Bones and City of Ashes left)
10. Be more active at blogging (should be more talkative also)

Phew!
I hope you and I, especially, can fulfill those goals between my hectic work =) and
What's your list? So you have the same point as mine?
Have a nice day!


In My Mailbox #30

Sunday, January 6, 2013



In My Mailbox is a blog meme hosted by Kristi of The Story Siren. You can show some books you got over the week which you bought, borrowed or given to you.






Hello guys how are you today?
This is my first IMM post in 2013! Yee~ha! 8D I am really anticipating this year because a lot of awesome-looking books that will be published. This year's gonna be rock!

So, these are books I got after haven't posted any IMM for a while :
Though it's quite late, finally I got this :

Iron Fey Box set, consist Iron King, Iron Daughter, Iron Queen and Iron Knight by Julie Kagawa.

... and got Ash poster =)

Nevermore by Kelly Creagh
Uncommon Criminals by Ally Carter
Love Inc. by Yvonne Collins, Sandy Rideout

Beautiful Redemption by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
Demonglass by Rachel Hawkins

Shadow Kiss by Richelle Mead
Vampire Academy The Ultimate Guide by Michelle Rowen and Richelle Mead

What did you got this week? Leave your haul link so I can check them back.
Thank you for visiting and hope you'll enjoy all your new books! =D



Happy New Year!

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Happy New Year 2013
Orkut Scraps and Graphics - wonderscraps.com

YAY!
Finally we arrive on 2013! *blow the new year trumpet*
I hope you guys, and me too, will read a lot good books, get a wonderful days, great moments ahead, and get all wishes and resolutions come true.
God bless! =D

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