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Lia Habel's first book, and so very much worth looking into. and i'm not just saying that because i'm friends with the author. ;) -- Not read this but it looks good if you like Zombie Romances X-D
Novels On The Run: BOOK REVIEW - DEARLY DEPARTED by LIA HABEL - GONE WITH THE RESPIRATION SERIES # 1 - 4.75 STARS!!
Absolutely thrilling. Not your ooshy gooshy romance novel, more of an action adventure that happens to have a romance in it. And why do I love it? Because zombies.
This is a pacy, bloodthirsty, hugely entertaining teen zombie novel with an unconventional but tender love story at its heart. From the ruins of a cataclysmic ice-age a new society has emerged, based on Victorian customs. Nora Dearly, a feisty teenage girl and apparent orphan, leaves her exclusive boarding school for the holidays to return home – only to be dragged into the night by the living dead. Luckily for her, this particular crack unit of zombies are good guys – sent to protect her fro...
Thank you so much for pinning awesome books. I loved this one and Under the Never Sky. I'm going to have to check out all the books you pin now! :)
Sounds very much like an essay I wrote about my love of writing and the power of words
Gail Carriger's whole series of Victorian romance, comedy of manners and otherworldly creatures has become one of my favorites. Folks, this woman can write.
The Book Addict's Guide to Contemporary YA
The Inventor's Secret by Andrea Cremer | The Inventor's Secret, BK#1 | Publisher: Philomel | Publication Date: April 22, 2014 | www.andreacremer.com | #YA #steampunk
Pushing the Limits - Katie McGarry
No, I don't think reading a book for the 5th time is stupid. It's awesome.
Read this to yourself // funny pictures - funny photos - funny images - funny pics - funny quotes - #lol #humor #funnypictures
Jules Verne - Steampunk cover by ~MaxMade on deviantART
AWESOME bookmark. It would be cute to make up a bookmark and get Belle to sign it!
Lia Habel wearing a clockwork necklace - by Jema Hewitt .
... although I have to admit, this is close to the experience I have while reading anyway. Just fewer attacks by tracker jackers.