Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday (18)

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted at Breaking the Spine and it's used to showcase the upcoming releases we're excited about.

Aaaah, I've adored Kody Keplinger ever since I read her first book, The DUFF, which I absolutely loved. It's one of my favorites! And while Shut Out, her other book, didn't work as much for me, I'm super excited for A Midsummer's Nightmare. Kody's books feel so real, I can't wait to digg in this one and that stepbrother - stepsister (or maybe not?) the summary is hinting.

A Midsummer's Nightmare by Kody Keplinger
Whitley Johnson's dream summer with her divorced dad has turned into a nightmare. She's just met his new fiancée and her kids. The fiancée's son? Whitley's one-night stand from graduation night. Just freakin' great. Worse, she totally doesn't fit in with her dad's perfect new country-club family. So Whitley acts out. She parties. Hard. So hard she doesn't even notice the good things right under her nose: a sweet little future stepsister who is just about the only person she's ever liked, a best friend (even though Whitley swears she doesn't "do" friends), and a smoking-hot guy who isn't her least, not yet. It will take all three of them to help Whitley get through her anger and begin to put the pieces of her family together.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Review: Dark Kiss by Michelle Rowen

♔ Details

Title: Dark Kiss - Nightwatchers #1
Author: Michelle Rowen
Publisher: Harlequin Teen
Release date: 29th May 2012
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♔ Summary
I don't do dangerous. Smart, über-careful, ordinary Samantha-that's me. But I just couldn't pass up a surprise kiss from my number-one unattainable crush. A kiss that did something to me...something strange. Now I feel hungry all the time, but not for food. It's like part of me is missing-and I don't know if I can get it back. Then there's Bishop. At first I thought he was just a street kid, but the secrets he's keeping are as intense as his unearthly blue eyes. If he's what I think he is, he may be the only one who can help me. But something terrifying is closing in, and the one chance Bishop and I have to stop it means losing everything I ever wanted and embracing the darkness inside me... NIGHTWATCHERS When angels and demons must work together, something beyond evil is rising...
♔ Review

This book was like a great surprise for me. In some parts it was way better than I expected, and in some others it wasn't. It was a nice mix, though!

Sam is your regular good highschool girl, until the impossible happens and she is somehow thrust into a completely different world, where there are angels, and there are demons. And all of that because of a kiss! I was sad that all that angel and demon world wasn't explained that much on the book. All the time I was waiting for more details and explanations.

The characters were highly enjoyable. Although I had a couple of issues with Sam... I mean, she was a nice girl, but it seemed like the others had to practically beg her in order for her to do something, like she wouldn't offer any help on her own. Bishop was an absolute delight to read about. I still feel like there was so much more to him, I hope we'll discover more in the next book. And Kraven. Gosh. I'm usually the typical girl who falls for all the good boys and runs away from the bad ones, but with Kraven? I honestly couldn't get enough of him. He's one of my favorite points of the book!

The plot and the story's twist were a bit easy to guess, but some of them were still unexpected. All the story happens in so little time (I think it develops through just one week) that this book felt more like introductory to me. And even though there were a couple of points that I disliked, I found myself enjoying it. Dark Kiss is definitely a cute read!

♔ Rating


Monday, May 28, 2012

Monday morning news

♔ New covers~ The Carnival of Souls looks absolutely awesome, with the mask and the fire and all. There's an excerpt, for those interested. And Dualed's cover looks nice, too!


♔ The absolutely exquisite and delightfully gorgeous cover of Days of Blood and Starlight (Daughter of Smoke and Bone #2) has been released! I honestly can't fangirl enough over it. I can't wait until I have it sitting side by side with the first one. Two of my favorite covers!

In this stunning sequel to the highly acclaimed "Daughter of Smoke and Bone," Karou must come to terms with who and what she is, and how far she'll go to avenge her people. Filled with heartbreak and beauty, mysteries and secrets, new characters and old favorites, Days of Blood and Starlight brings the richness, color and intensity of the first book to a brand new canvas.
♔ Author Kim Harrington has announced her new standalone book, set to be coming out on January 2013. You can read the original author's post here!

Jade loves the house she's just moved into with her family. She doesn't even mind being the new girl at the high school: It's a fresh start, and there's that one guy with the dreamy blue eyes... But then things begin happening. Strange, otherworldly things. Jade's little brother claims to see a glimmering girl in his room. Jade's jewelry gets moved around, as if by an invisible hand. Kids at school whisper behind her back like they know something she doesn't.
Soon, Jade must face an impossible fact: that her perfect house is haunted. Haunted by a ghost who's seeking not just vengeance, but the truth. The ghost of a girl who ruled Jade's school -- until her untimely death last year. It's up to Jade to put the pieces together before her own life is at stake. As Jade investigates the mystery, she discovers that her new friends in town have more than a few deep, dark secrets. But is one of them a murderer?

♔ Michelle Hodkin posted an extra scene of The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer on her blog! It's from Noah's POV, about their first meeting. You can read it here. (May contain spoilers for those who haven't read the book!)

♔ Third book's title of the Hourglass series by Myria McEntire has been officially confirmed! It'll be called Infinityglass. Right now we only know it'll come out on 2013.

Friday, May 25, 2012

Follow Friday (17)

Follow Friday is a weekly meme hosted at Parajunkee & Alison Can Read , used to meet new friends from the blogging world!

Q: Activity! Dreamcast your current read.

I'm not that far into my current read, Dark Kiss, so I'll do a dreamcast about Until I Die! :) (Please keep in mind that my skills in dreamcasting are nonexistent!)


Sarah Elizabeth Johnston


Francisco Lachowski


Colton Haynes

I'm also a disaster for remembering hair or eye color, so these main characters could actually be very different! But yeah, this is exactly how I see them in my mind.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Review: Until I Die by Amy Plum

♔ Details

Title: Until I Die - Revenants #2
Author: Amy Plum
Publisher: HarperCollins
Release date: 8th May 2012
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♔ Summary
Kate and Vincent have overcome the odds and at last they are together in Paris, the city of lights and love.
As their romance deepens there’s one question they can’t ignore: How are they supposed to be together if Vincent can’t resist sacrificing himself to save others? Although Vincent promises that he’ll do whatever it takes to lead a normal life with Kate, will that mean letting innocent people die? When a new and surprising enemy reveals itself, Kate realizes that even more may be at stake—and that Vincent’s immortality is in jeopardy.
In Die for Me, Amy Plum created a captivating paranormal mythology with immortal revenants and a lush Paris setting. Until I Die is poised to thrill readers with more heart-pounding suspense, spellbinding romance, and a cliff-hanger ending that will leave them desperate for the third and final novel in the series.
♔ Review

I was one of the few people that, while I did enjoy Die for Me, it wasn't really a favorite of mine. So I was a bit worried whether I'd like its sequel, Until I Die.

Until I Die takes us back to the wonderfully and exquisitely described Paris setting where the first book took place. With Kate and her revenant friends temporarily free of the evil numa for some time due to last book's development in the end, she can finally worry about other things. And worry she does. Because there's another threat looming; Vincent's need to save people and possibly die in the process, and Kate's own mortality. On another note, two new revenants have moved to the house to replace the twins, but it seems like they won't cover their place on Kate's heart any time soon.

Entrancing and delightful setting in Paris aside (which made me want to hop on a plane to Paris as soon as I could), it took me a while to get sucked into the book. It was certainly nice, but in the middle of the book the pace got somehow slow and thus hard to get addicted to, as I had first hoped. Oh, but it got better. The end. Oh, my. What an ending. I won't say anything, but I couldn't stop reading as the tension started building and the book got impossibly gripping and then, suddenly, it ended. Just like that.

I have to admit that I did't love Vincent in the first book, which made me in turn not love the book. After reading Until I Die I'm seeing him through different eyes, though. I think I got a wrong image of him. Don't ask me why.

All in all, Until I Die is a sequel that I liked fairly better than the first book, and while slow at times it still managed to invest me in the end and even make me tear up in some occasions. Through all the book I was certain it was going to end one way, so it really surprised me when it didn't. Gosh, I can't wait until next year to read the third one, If I Should Die.

♔ Rating


Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday (17)

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted at Breaking the Spine and it's used to showcase the upcoming releases we're excited about.

I can't... even... begin to describe how much I'm dying to read this one. Only two words needed: Adrian Ivashkov.

The second thrilling installment in Richelle Mead's Vampire Academy spinoff series.

Tough, brainy alchemist Sydney Sage and doe-eyed Moroi princess Jill Dragomir are in hiding at a human boarding school in the sunny, glamorous world of Palm Springs, California. The students--children of the wealthy and powerful--carry on with their lives in blissful ignorance, while Sydney, Jill, Eddie, and Adrian must do everything in their power to keep their secret safe. But with forbidden romances, unexpected spirit bonds, and the threat of Strigoi moving ever closer, hiding the truth is harder than anyone thought.

Populated with new faces as well as familiar ones, Richelle Mead's breathtaking Bloodlines series explores all the friendship, romance, battles, and betrayals that made the #1 New York Times bestselling Vampire Academy series so addictive. In this second book, the drama is hotter, the romances are steamier, and the stakes are even higher.

Monday, May 21, 2012

Monday morning news

♔ New batch of covers! My favorite is, without a doubt, Envy. It's the UK addition, and I think it's a shame the US didn't follow the first book's theme! The Fall to Pieces one is also pretty awesome, and The Program looks kind of creepy.



♔ Only one new trailer this week! I'm quite curious about the book, Slated. However, the book trailer left me a bit confused as to the theme of the book. Nice music, though.

♔ There's a special bonus scene of the Soul Seeker series by Alyson Noël. You can read it here. Apparently, it's of how Daire and Ever meet (sorry, haven't read the series so I can't say much!).  PLUS the first images of the Fated book trailer, which looks awesome.

♔ The author of What a Boy Wants (a book I'm planning to read really soon) has released the title and the cover for the companion novel, What a Boy Needs. And all I have to say is... Wow! She's really lucky, she got two handsome boys for both her covers :D

♔ THERE'S A TEASER FOR SPARK! Yup, the second book of the Elemental series by Brigid Kemmerer. Simply one of the most fantabulous books I've read this year. And now there's a teaser, and I don't know whether to cry or jump around in happiness. Anyways. You can read the teaser here.

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Showcase Sunday 1

Showcase Sunday is a weekly feature inspired by Alea at Pop Culture Junkie and hosted by Vicky at Books, Biscuits and Tea, used to showcase the books we bought, borrowed, got for review...

Hehehe finally decided to join Vicky's Showcase Sunday! "Book Haul" was just a bit boring. And now I have memes for Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday with the day's name on the titles. Good grief.

For review


♔ Blackwood by Gwenda Bond
Cat Girl's Day Off by Kimberly Pauley
Semi-Charmed Life by Nora Zelevansky

♔ A Charmed Life by Jenny B. Jones
♔ Rape Girl by Alina Klein
Music from Beyond the Moon by Augusta Trobaugh

I think I haven't heard from any of these books, but I'm really excited to be able to read them! Cat Girl's Day Off sounded unbelievably cute I had to request it as soon as I read its summary. Semi-Charmed Life also sounds great (look at the cover! It's in watercolors! -yeah, I paint-). And then there's A Charmed Life, with its almost identical title, that I hope is a good read, too.



ExtraNormal by Suze Reese
Preservation by Rachel Wade

These two beauties were free on kindle some time this week, and I didn't hesitate one moment and bought them. I've already read and loved ExtraNormal. And I have high expectations for Preservation!

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Review: Gilt by Katherine Longshore

♔ Details

Title: Gilt - The Royal Circle #1
Author: Katherine Longshore
Publisher: Viking Juvenile (Penguin)
Release date: 15th May 2012
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♔ Summary
In the court of King Henry VIII, nothing is free -- and love comes at the highest price of all.

When Kitty Tylney's best friend, Catherine Howard, worms her way into King Henry VIII's heart and brings Kitty to court, she's thrust into a world filled with fabulous gowns, sparkling jewels, and elegant parties. No longer stuck in Cat's shadow, Kitty's now caught between two men--the object of her affection and the object of her desire. But court is also full of secrets, lies, and sordid affairs, and as Kitty witnesses Cat's meteoric rise and fall as queen, she must figure out how to keep being a good friend when the price of telling the truth could literally be her head.
♔ Review

Before I read Gilt, I thought I had read historical books before. WRONG. Now I can say I've never read anything like it.

Katherine, or Kitty, has lived with the duchess of Norfolk since she was eight years old. She lives under her care along with other girls also unwanted from their families. They're the unloved ones. And things don't look too great for them. Among them, Cat, the self-titled Queen of Misrule, always the queen in their games, is the girl calling the shots. If you have Cat's favor, then you have everything there's to have in that live. Except, Cat has her eyes set on life outside theirs.

Kitty wasn't exactly a character I liked, but one I could connect with. Everyone saw her only as Cat's shadow. And, in fact, she might as well have been like that, but I could see there was more to her than everyone seemed to think. She knew her restrictions as a woman in her time, but didn't necessarily agree with them. She was clever, and she was loyal. But she was also only a girl, with no support of her family and no one to really love her. And Cat... well, she was Cat, all intricate character and only ever thinking of herself. I have to admit it hurt a little, seeing how Kitty did everything for her, but Cat never really going out of her way for Kitty.

What was outstanding in Gilt was, without a doubt, the setting. Ever since the first page I felt like I was really in London in the time of King Henry VIII. It was so gorgeously described it was like you could immerse in the book and go back in time to watch those events. Everything seemed so real! From the characters, how they thought, acted, talked, to the castles, the court, the power hierarchy... As I said, everything.

While the historical setting was exquisitely done, I gave this book 3 stars because of its story, which left a bittersweet aftertaste. All in all, great reading!

♔ Rating


Friday, May 18, 2012

Follow Friday (16)

Follow Friday is a weekly meme hosted at Parajunkee & Alison Can Read , used to meet new friends from the blogging world!

Q: Summer Break is upon us! What would be the perfect vacation spot for you to catch up on your reading & relax?

Well, I think that'd be my grandparent's house at a village in the mountain. In the summer it's very sunny, but not too hot because of the location, and it's wonderful sitting outside and reading, with the wind and the birds' chirping. I can't think of a better place!

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday (16)

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted at Breaking the Spine and it's used to showcase the upcoming releases we're excited about.

As soon as I read this book's description, I added it to my TBR list. It's true that it sounds a little like The Host by Stephenie Meyer, but I still think it has the potential to be awesome in its own. And oh, boy, does this sound promising.

Eva and Addie started out the same way as everyone else—two souls woven together in one body, taking turns controlling their movements as they learned how to walk, how to sing, how to dance. But as they grew, so did the worried whispers. Why aren’t they settling? Why isn’t one of them fading? The doctors ran tests, the neighbors shied away, and their parents begged for more time. Finally Addie was pronounced healthy and Eva was declared gone. Except, she wasn’t...

For the past three years, Eva has clung to the remnants of her life. Only Addie knows she’s still there, trapped inside their body. Then one day, they discover there may be a way for Eva to move again. The risks are unimaginable–hybrids are considered a threat to society, so if they are caught, Addie and Eva will be locked away with the others. And yet…for a chance to smile, to twirl, to speak, Eva will do anything.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Monday morning news

♔ Breathtaking new covers this week! First, the most gorgeous without a doubt, Asunder. While, in my opinion, doesn't surpass the first one, it has me seriously smitten with it. And I'm incredibly excited about Fearless, Hunter's story in the Elemental series.


♔ Trailers! Skylark has me quite intrigued, although I'm waiting for reviews to come out so I can make my decision. The trailer in itself... Not the best. It's sad that it was only text! Hemlock's is short, but I think it's very nice.

♔ Author Jennifer L. Armentrout, author of Half-Blood and Obsidian, has released the first chapters of Cursed, which apparently is a standalone novel. I'm actually interested in this one, since Armentrout and me had a bumpy start (is that even an expression? whatever) ever since I started reading Half-Blood, which I found too similar to Vampire Academy for my taste (but liked the action in the story) and read the first chapters of Obsidian, which failed to capture my interest. Hoping for a better end with Cursed. I'll keep my eyes on it! Go here to read the first sample chapters.

♔ Tahereh Mafi, seriously one of the most awesome authors out there, has made a new vlog with seriously good news about her Shatter Me series. Read her original post.

♔ Mimi from Mimi Valentine wrote an awesome post about writing reviews. I found it very nice and thoughtful, and I loved reading everyone's opinion on the process. Read her BookTalk101: How to write reviews! post. Oh, and she's also having a May giveaway. You can win one of the books listed on her post or any of your choosing under 20USD!

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Review: Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins

♔ Details

Title: Sweet Evil - The Sweet Trilogy #1
Author: Wendy Higgins
Publisher: Harper Teen
Release date: 2nd May 2012
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♔ Summary
What if there were teens whose lives depended on being bad influences?

This is the reality for sons and daughters of fallen angels in Sweet Evil.
Tenderhearted Southern girl, Anna Whitt, was born with the sixth sense to see and feel emotions of other people. She’s aware of a struggle within herself, an inexplicable pull toward danger, but it isn’t until she turns sixteen and meets the alluring Kaidan Rowe that she discovers her terrifying heritage, and her will-power is put to the test. He’s the boy your daddy warned you about. If only someone had warned Anna.
Forced to face her destiny, will Anna embrace her halo or her horns?
♔ Review

Sweet Evil was one of my most anticipated books of the year ever since I read the summary (okay, I admit it, the cover is gorgeous and attracted me from the first moment!), plus all the rave reviews did nothing but convince me further. Now, having read it, I can say I'm so glad I did!

Anna lives with her stepmother, Patti. Her biological mother died from childbirth and she doesn't who her father is. She's different from other girls. She can sense people's emotions and see them, just like an aura of different colors. She's a very good natured girl, except, she's always felt a pull towards not-so-good things: alcohol and drugs. But she's always been able to ignore her dark side. Until she meets the perfect, handsome English-accented and totally swoon-worthy material drummer of The Lascivious, Kaidan Rowe. What makes curious about him is Kaidan's rather special aura (or lack of it). When he enters in her life, her vision of the world is turned upside down, she learns what she really is, and her bad side is tested like never before.

All the characters were an absolute delight to read about. Between the good Anna and the bad Kai, you have one of the most interesting couples I've read in some time. When they got together sparks fly. Their scenes were noting short of intense! I mean, he's the son of Lust (I could go on endlessly about how hot he is, but I've promised I'd keep the fangirling to a minimum), so expect some smoking hot scenes. As I've said before he plays the drums and, admittedly, I would have liked to see a bit more of the rest of Kai's band. I hope we do in the future! On the other hand, Kai's childhood friends are definitely unique. We are presented to them almost at the end of the book, but that made me even more excited to read about them in the future. Another set of notorious characters are Anna's stepmother and biological father. Patti is so sweet, caring and protective towards Anna you can't help but warming up to her. I didn't find her overprotective or too hovering, just... sweet. Their relationship was really nice! And her father, well, he's a piece of work. He's AWESOME, with capital letters and all. Seriously. You have to read the book to understand it.

This is a book about angels, and as much as I'd like to do a breakdown and explanation of how that world is played out in this book, I don't want to spoil you! The plot runs flawlessly, and every piece of information about the angels is carefully laid out in the story so we understand exactly what's going o without it becoming too overwhelming. Let me just tell you that this is now my favorite angel book!

Sweet Evil is a story that hooks you from the very start and doesn't let you put the book down a second while at the same time enthralls you with its angel setting. You should read it if you haven't yet! It's one of the best of the year, without a doubt.

♔ Rating


Friday, May 11, 2012

Follow Friday (15)

Follow Friday is a weekly meme hosted at Parajunkee & Alison Can Read , used to meet new friends from the blogging world!

Q: This Sunday in the U.S. is Mother's Day. In celebration, what are some of your favorite books with strong mother/child relationships?

Tough question! The truth is that, in most books that I've read recently, parents have a very little role in them (or they aren't in the picture at all). But I remember a book I read in my childhood, called War of Witches (El Clan de la Lloba in Catalan) by Maite Carranza where there is a very strong mother-child relationship. They basically survive saving each other from a very ugly destiny. Sadly, I don't remember much of the book since I read it almost ten years ago, but I remember how nice their relationship felt.

But then, just recently I read Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins, and the relationship between the main character and her stepmother was really nice. Another book worth mentioning is the Vampire Academy series, where while Rose and her mother have their differences, they care for each other.

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Review: The Summer My Life Began by Shannon Greenland

♔ Details

Title: The Summer My Life Began
Author: Shannon Greenland
Publisher: Speak (Penguin)
Release date: 10th May 2012

♔ Summary
Elizabeth Margaret—better known as Em—has always known what life would contain: an internship at her father’s firm, a degree from Harvard and a career as a lawyer. The only problem is that it’s not what she wants. When she gets the opportunity to get away from it all and spend a month with the aunt she never knew, she jumps at the chance. While there, Em pursues her secret dream of being a chef, and she also learns that her family has kept some significant secrets from her, too. And then there’s Cade, the laid-back local surfer boy who seems to be everything Em isn't. Naturally, she can’t resist him, and as their romance blossoms, Em feels she is living on her own terms for the first time.
♔ Review

Em, our protagonist, has her life all played out. However, that's a future her family has decided for her. Because living in a successful and strict family, even if she doesn't realize it, means her lack of freedom. She has finished highschool, will spend the summer in an internship at her father's law firm and will be attending college at fall to study law. Now, what if a letter (from a newly-discovered aunt) comes home inviting her to spend the summer and her B&B like real vacations?

The Summer My Life Began wasn't what I expected. I thought it would be a perfect summer read; light, nice and highly enjoyable. But while it was nice, it lacked the depth I seek in my reads. It felt like things were too good to be true. In this book everything was nice, everyone was always happy and excited. To the point that when there was some "trouble", it felt too forced and uncharacteristic and out of the blue.

Another thing that bugged me was the little characterization. Like I said, everyone seemed to be happy at all times. As the story went on I found the turns a tad too easy to guess, and the love story appeared out of nowhere, with little feeling.

It was so sad to see this book disappoint me! I really hoped I'd enjoy it, and while it was still nice, the points mentioned above kept me from getting into it.

♔ Rating


Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday (15)

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted at Breaking the Spine and it's used to showcase the upcoming releases we're excited about.

I wasn't that sure about this book... Until I read the summary. Seriously, the myth of Adam and Eve (reversed) and with a little bit of sci-fi. Count me in! Eve an Adam sounds all kinds of amazing to me.

Eve and Adam by Katherine Applegate and Michael Grant
Sixteen-year-old Evening Spiker lives an affluent life in San Francisco with her mother, EmmaRose, a successful geneticist and owner of Spiker Biotech. Sure, Evening misses her father who died mysteriously, but she’s never really questioned it. Much like how she’s never stopped to think how off it is that she’s never been sick. That is, until she’s struck by a car and is exposed to extensive injuries. Injuries that seem to be healing faster than physically possible.

While recuperating in Spiker Biotech’s lush facilities, she meets Solo Plissken, a very attractive, if off-putting boy her age who spent his life at Spiker Biotech. Like Evening, he’s never questioned anything...until now. Solo drops hints to Evening that something isn’t right, and Emma-Rose may be behind it. Evening puts this out of her mind and begins her summer internship project: To simulate the creation of the perfect boy. With the help of Solo, Evening uncovers secrets so big they could change the world completely.

Monday, May 07, 2012

Monday morning news

♔ New covers! The one I like most is, without a doubt, Fuse. The image here is small, but if you see the bigger version there are so many details it's breathtaking. The Elixir one is very pretty, with the water flower and everything. But the Unchained one (a new series by Jennifer L. Armentrout, I believe) doesn't do it for me. Seems like the lighting of the girl is off, so it doesn't match with the background. And Every Day? Now, that's really something.



  ♔ Now onto the trailers...

I thought last week's book trailer was the official one, but I was wrong! Here is the book trailer of Until I Die (book I'm currently reading), and I like it! Okay, I admit it, the fact that it's been filmed in Paris has a lot of weight in my opinion :)

Hmm... I read the first book, but I didn't like it as much as I thought I would. I'm definitely intrigued about the sequel, Arise, although seems a lot more creepier than the first.

I honestly hadn't heard about this book before, but I really liked the book trailer (even though most part of it are just photos)! Seems like a very nice contemporary. 

I haven't read this series yet (planning to do some day), so I can't say much about the trailer. Hmm... the boy is cute? LOL Anyways. I didn't know it was about angels! Weird.

I've seen this one around a bit lately, but not yet sure whether I'll read it. Maybe I'll wait for reviews in order to decide. The trailer is rather simple, but to the point.

I haven't read the series either, but the trailers are really nice!
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