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Beautiful cover - though I'm not a fan of the black spine would have preferred a full wrap around.
Full Cover for EVERBOUND. Out 1/22/13
Two Things! Thing #1 Have you ever wanted to see the FULL cover for EVERBOUND? Here it is, in its entirety... Thing #2 You know how the 4th of July was the other day? Like, on the 4th? Well, I was watching the fireworks with my family on the balcony, and Kid C said we weren't close enough. So, we decided to "chase" the fireworks, like professionals "chase" tornadoes. We got in the car and took off, driving toward each new batch of fireworks that we saw. Eventually, we ended up on the side of a hill where we'd heard a rumor that there would be fireworks. (Actually, the "rumor" was an announcement on the city's webpage). We weren't sure if the hill would be in the way of our viewing, so we asked a few people who were seated on the side of the road. me: "So, will we be able to see the fireworks from here?" guy (giving me a strange look): "Uh... you see that guy right there?" Points about ten yards away. "He's lighting them. You brought your ear plugs, didn't you?" I didn't get a chance to answer, because without any more warning, the lights everywhere went out, and the show started. And by "show", I mean thunderous explosions that rattled my bones, reducing my organs to jelly, and fire that rained down on us. I fought the urge to run naked down the street, screaming, "We're all gonna die! We're all gonna die!" I lunged for Kid C, shielding him with my body, then the three of us (me, my mom and Kid C) dropped to the ground, flattening ourselves on our backs, partly to get the best view of the fireworks about twenty feet above our heads, and partly for safety measures. During a break, I screamed to Kid C, "Plug your ears! Use the entire fist!" At one point, I tried to get a video. It doesn't do our proximity justice, but you can tell we could only fit one portion of the show in the viewfinder. To get the full experience, turn it up way loud, find yourself the nearest jack hammer, swallow it, and then turn it on at the same time you press play. Afterward, my mom asked me (in the loud voice reserved for people who have just experienced mortar shelling) "Did you really ask that guy if we'd be able to see them from here?" I could tell she was saying something, but I'm not good at reading lips, so I just nodded deliriously and hit the side of my head. Is it possible to catch "firework of the brain"?
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Lexile: HL760L. The Archived. Victoria Schwab. Imagine a place where the dead rest on shelves like books. Each body has a story to tell, a life seen in pictures that only Librarians can read. The dead are called Histories, and the vast realm in which they rest is the Archive. Recommended by Rebecca Vasilakis. Eastland-Fairfield CTC.
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Title: The Archived (The Archived #1) Author: Victoria Schwab 321 pages, January 22nd 2013, Hyperion Goodreads' synopsis: "Imagine a place where the dead rest on shelves like books. Each body has a story to tell, a life seen in pictures that only Librarians can read. The dead are called Histories, and the vast realm in which they rest is the Archive. Da first brought Mackenzie Bishop here four years ago, when she was twelve years old, frightened but determined to prove herself. Now Da is dead, and Mac has grown into what he once was, a ruthless Keeper, tasked with stopping often—violent Histories from waking up and getting out. Because of her job, she lies to the people she loves, and she knows fear for what it is: a useful tool for staying alive. Being a Keeper isn’t just dangerous—it’s a constant reminder of those Mac has lost. Da’s death was hard enough, but now her little brother is gone too. Mac starts to wonder about the boundary between living and dying, sleeping and waking. In the Archive, the dead must never be disturbed. And yet, someone is deliberately altering Histories, erasing essential chapters. Unless Mac can piece together what remains, the Archive itself might crumble and fall. In this haunting, richly imagined novel, Victoria Schwab reveals the thin lines between past and present, love and pain, trust and deceit, unbearable loss and hard-won redemption." No words can explain how great this book is But I will try nonetheless. First of all, let's talk about the concept, I mean storing "the dead on shelves like books", where does that idea come from? After I read that I was already interested in the book. At first it took a little from me to truly understand the whole world, after having read a bunch contemporary books I needed to get used to not reading about the 'normal' world. About 30 pages in, I already know that I'm going to love this book, and I did. Mackenzie was a fun character, she had just enough sass and personality to be lovable. We didn't hear of her parents a whole lot, but then again, when do you ever hear about the parents a lot in young-adult books, right? Wesley. Wesley deserves his own paragraph. He was just great from the second Mackenzie saw him in the hallway. I loved how happy he always seemed, and he was just the sweetest and most charming, and how I wish he was real ... I cannot wait to read more about beautiful Wes in the sequel, The Unbound. So I guess there were words about how I felt about the book, but I really couldn't begin to tell you just how great and amazing it is, so really, I think you should just go get it and read, like, right now! More information and places to buy this book: Victoria Schwab
(4.5/5 stars) This book came into my life all thanks to my lovely friend Lisa, and I never want to let go of it. When I read the synopsis, I thought to myself, "Oh, this sounds interesting but I'm not sure if I'll really be able to get into it." My thoughts lied. My thoughts are dumb. What I liked: Where do I start? I like that the book didn't start with Ben's (Mac's ten year old little brother) death. If it had, it might have turned me off and distracted from the overall story. I like that the book takes place between two separate but equally majestic worlds--one being the old fashioned hotel where Mac's family moves into and the second being the world of the Archive. I love the idea of Histories (big 'h'), of people's souls and lives not truly being gone when they die but asleep (it's not that simple, but it's the best description I can come up with). The world of the Archives is complex but fascinating, and I crave more information about them and the people that are involved--i.e. the Keepers, Crew, and Librarians. Now, to move on to the characters. Mac (Mackenzie) is an awesome protagonist. She's flawed and makes mistakes but owns up to them--she's so incredibly real. Attitude-wise (and job-wise to a certain extent), she really reminded me of Suze Simon from Meg Cabot's Mediator series (one of my favorite series of all time). I'm a super big fan of Wesley, the adorable guyliner wearing boy with big brown eyes and a cute sense of humor, who will hopefully maybe (fingers crossed) become a serious love interest in the next book. What I didn't like: At first, I was really confused about who Da was because I thought he was her dad. He's not, he's Mac's grandfather but it would have been nice if that was a teeny bit more clear. I also thought the beginning was a little bit slow and confusing--there's a lot to wrap your brain around world-building wise--and it took me a couple chapters to get really into it, but once I was, I couldn't stop. It was also just a little bit predictable, but I wasn't upset about it. In fact, I got over the predictability real quick. That's where my complaints end, though. A beautiful story with a creepy feel to it, this is a book worth reading. As long as you can get through the first couple chapters, you'll be hooked and drawn into this world like no other. It's unlike anything else I've seen (world-wise) and has great characters and an intriguing plot to boot. -Annie
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Title: The Archived Series: The Archived #1 Author: Victoria Schwab Publisher: Hyperion, imprint of Disney (now Hachette) Format: Ebook, Kindle This book was really disappointing. It sounded so awesome. I read the description and I was all pumped to read it. The afterlife is a giant library that contains corpses in fancy drawers. Sometimes the corpses…
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This is actually an accurate representation of my goals in life. I mean, books, books and more books. Maybe a guy who likes books, but I'm not set on that. << They forgot to add food/snacks to ear while i read books
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I could live with this. Would change the beverage in #14. I mean, books, books and more books. And a guy to read books with? It all sounds good to me.
This is actually an accurate representation of my goals in life. I mean, books, books and more books. Maybe a guy who likes books, but I'm not set on that. Aha<<you're all forgetting time though...time to read books...that's kinda important...and definitely in need of
Replace tea with coffee and add one more Get paid to read books my life would be complete
A #booklover's list of things she wants... i especially want the time to read books!!!
Life goals for a book lover! gonna get my hair done. Byeeee ttyl
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Graceling (Gollancz) (Paperback) By (author) Kristin Cashore Book rating: 05 Free worldwide delivery $8.75
Graceling, by Kristin Cashore. This is a companion book to Fire, the best book in the world. Not as good as Fire and it doesn't have the same characters, but it is related.
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This Wicked Game Dial For review Stand alone ? Nov 14 Claire is a long line of Voodoo priestess. She is also a first born. She has also been secretly dating Xander. She doesn't really believe in this stuff at all. Both of their parents are part of the Guild. Many of the members have shops to purchase magical properties. A lady comes into the shop , and asks for a death item & she knows Claire's name. Claire starts trying some magic , and makes friends with the other first borns. She and her friends try to solve the mystery of a certain spell. All of this takes in New Orleans, and it made me think of Rachel . I also loved that parents were involved.This is also my first time reading this author , and I enjoyed the world building and use of magic. Maybe One day Harper Teen Edelweiss Stand alone Feb 18, 2014 Zoe and Olivia are best friends , and they love to dance Ballet. They both end both being cut from the program. Zoe doesn't want anything to dance ever again. Olivia ends up getting Leukemia . Zoe does have some romance between a friend of theirs. This book was about the friendship and the responses that happened with all the family and friends. This was a sad book, but loved how the girls friendship made this book. Book Review= B Thanks so much to Harper Teen and Dial for the books and this is my Honest Review
A book a day.
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a book a day keeps reality away..precisely why I read. #bookworms
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And that's how I like it :) any book nerds out there?
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Teardrop by Lauren Kate "Since Eureka's mother drowned, she wishes she were dead too, but after discovering that an ancient book is more than a story Eureka begins to believe that Ander is right about her being involved in strange things--and in grave danger." #TeensTopTen #LaurenKate
Teardrop, by Lauren Kate (released Oct 22, 2013). Eureka's mother drowned and now everywhere Eureka goes, Ander is there, seeming to know things he shouldn't and telling Eureka she is in grave danger. She has little left that she cares about, just her oldest friend, Brooks, and a strange inheritance - a locket, a letter, a mysterious stone, and an ancient book no one understands. First book in the Teardrop series.
Teardrop by Lauren Kate. YA. Eureka Boudreaux's mother taught her never to cry, but tall, blond Ander, the boy who tells Eureka she is in grave danger, comes closer to making her cry than anyone has before--what he doesn't know is that her strange inheritance of an ancient book contains a haunting tale about a girl who cried an entire continent into the sea after her heart was broken, and that he might be correct about the danger she is in. LVCCLD.
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An epic saga of heart-stopping romance, devastating secrets, and dark magic . . . a world where everything you love can be washed away. The first book in the new series from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Fallen series Never, ever cry. . . . Eureka Boudreaux's mother drilled that rule into her daughter years ago. But now her mother is gone, and everywhere Eureka goes he is there: Ander, the tall, pale blond boy who seems to know things he shouldn't, who tells Eureka she is in grave danger, who comes closer to making her cry than anyone has before. But Ander doesn't know Eureka's darkest secret: ever since her mother drowned in a freak accident, Eureka wishes she were dead, too. She has little left that she cares about, just her oldest friend, Brooks, and a strange inheritance-a locket, a letter, a mysterious stone, and an ancient book no one understands. The book contains a haunting tale about a girl who got her heart broken and cried an entire continent into the sea. Eureka is about to discover that the ancient tale is more than a story, that Ander might be telling the truth . . . and that her life has far darker undercurrents than she ever imagined. From the Hardcover edition.
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The Retribution of Mara Dyer - Michelle Hodkin (Book3). The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer (Book1). The Evolution of Mara Dyer (Book 2)
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The Retribution of Mara Dyer (Mara Dyer #3) by Michelle Hodkin So excited to rea this book!
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Cover Reveal: Shadowhunters and Downworlders: A Mortal Instruments Reader (The Mortal Instruments) by Cassandra Clare. Coming 1/29/13<<<<i can't wait!!!
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#Fantasy: Shadowhunters and Downworlders: A Mortal Instruments Reader. Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments series, epic urban fantasy set in a richly imagined world of shadowhunters, vampires, werewolves, fairies, and more, has captured the imaginations and loyalty of hundreds of thousands of YA readers. Originally a trilogy (City of Bones, City of Ashes, City of Glass), Click the Pic To Read More!
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I remember reading research that said reading to children at an early age is one of the only definitive predictors of later success in school (and life?). "Reading to children, even before they can understand words, teaches them to associate books with love and affection".
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I remember reading research that said reading to children at an early age is one of the only definitive predictors of later success in school (and life?). "Reading to children, even before they can understand words, teaches them to associate books with love and affection". I swear, I'll read to my children every day without fail, forget the TV, they'll have books.
I have always loved books and reading. My mom read to me before I was born, I had most of my children's books memorized before kindergarten, I was an avid and skilled reader through primary, and today, still avid and still love them today.
I will do this for my children and hope they develop the same live for books that I hold:)
My parents read to me and my siblings, and I will do the same for my children.
I love this! I cannot stand when people use reading/books as punishment :-(
I will read to my children. I hope they will enjoy reading as much as I do.
then I am definitely going to read to my children all the time!!
Dreamer. Bookworm. Nature seeker. Curious. Vegetarian. Human. Welcome to my treasure box of dreams! (Be warned: You may...
Oh good it's not just me that tries to read book titles in pictures, in people's hands, in movies.
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Bookish problems! Every time!
Bookish problems! ~ so me~
All the time. Movies, too.
book lover's problems
Bookish problems! :)
Small bookish things
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Curtsies & conspiracies by Gail Carriger. Finishing school, book the second. In her alternate England of 1851, fifteen-year-old Sophronia tries to uncover who is behind a plot to control a prototype that has the potential to alter human and supernatural travel, and to learn what role Mademoiselle Geraldine's academy for young spies plays in the affair.
(Gr 6+) As Sophronia attends her second year at Mme. Geraldine's, she fends off attacks of Picklemen, deals with complicated friendships, and becomes entangled in a scientific and political plot that could bring massive technological change.
Sophronia's first year at Mademoiselle Geraldine's Finishing Academy for Young Ladies of Quality has certainly been rousing! For one thing, finishing school is training her to be a spy (won't Mumsy be surprised?). Furthermore, Sophronia got mixed up in an intrigue over a stolen device and had a cheese pie thrown at her in a most horrid display of poor manners.
Sophronia's first year at Mademoiselle Geraldine's Finishing Academy for Young Ladies of Quality is training her to be a spy. Won't Mumsy be surprised? Now, as Sophronia sneaks around the dirigible school, she learns that a conspiracy is afoot -- one with dire implications for both supernaturals and humans. Sophronia must rely on her training to discover who is behind the dangerous plot while avoiding missteps as she takes on the London Season with a full dance card.
Curtsies & Conspiracies: Finishing School Book the Second. November 2013...I can't want
#2) Sophronia Temminnick is back for more daring yet ladylike exploits in this effervescent second installment in Carriger's Finishing School series, which follows Etiquette & Espionage. This time, the dirigible that is Mademoiselle Geraldine's Finishing Academy for Young Ladies of Quality is embarking on an exciting and mysterious trip to London-with boys on board, students from Bunson & Lacroix's Polytechnique. Like the first installment, this is a witty and suspenseful steampunk romp.
Sophronia's first year at Mademoiselle Geraldine's Finishing Academy for Young Ladies of Quality has certainly been rousing! For one thing, finishing school is training her to be a spy--won't Mumsy be surprised? Furthermore, Sophronia got mixed up in an intrigue over a stolen device and had a cheese pie thrown at her in a most horrid display of poor manners. Now, as she sneaks around the dirigible school, eavesdropping on the teachers' quarters and making clandestine climbs to . . . 4.33 stars
Curtsies & Conspiracies by Gail Carriger Released November 5, 2013. This is the second book in Carriger’s young adult Finishing School series. Sophronia is still getting into all sorts of trouble aboard the floating finishing school she attends. It’s an unusual finishing school that prepares its students to be spies and agents as well as…
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this is Hayley all the time haha
me throughout my childhood
Me all the time.
All the time! :)
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Book Review - 'Cinder' Book #1 in 'Lunar Chronicles' Futuristic retelling of classic fairytale Cinderella.
The first book cover of the Lunar chronicles, awesome fairy tale twist. A Sci-fi and tradition fairy tale, great read. <3
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Cinder (Book 1 of the Lunar Chronicles)- great young adult read. Sci-fi, fantasy and a little travel. Just got done reading this and it was great! Definitely recommend if you love sci-fi, fantasy intertwined with a fairytale!
YA Book Review: Cinder by Marissa Meyer - Cinder is a fresh, and interesting take on the Cinderella story. Basic elements of Cinderella are there. However, Cinder takes place in a world ravaged by a deadly plague and threatened by the Lunar Colony. Cinder isn’t a maid. She’s a mechanic and a cyborg. Recommended for readers who enjoy reading books with Fairy Tales, Fantasy, Romance, Science Fiction, Young Adult - 5 Stars - Click through to read the full review!
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Title: Cinder Author: Marissa Meyer # Of Pages: 390 Publisher: Feiwel & Friends Publication Date: January 3, 2012 Level: Young Adult Rating: 3 Hearts Synopsis (From Amazon.com) Humans and androids crowd the raucous streets of New Beijing. A deadly plague ravages the population. From space, a ruthless lunar people watch, waiting to make their move. No one knows that Earth’s fate hinges on one girl. . . . Cinder, a gifted mechanic, is a cyborg. She’s a second-class citizen with a mysterious past, reviled by her stepmother and blamed for her stepsister’s illness. But when her life becomes intertwined with the handsome Prince Kai’s, she suddenly finds herself at the center of an intergalactic struggle, and a forbidden attraction. Caught between duty and freedom, loyalty and betrayal, she must uncover secrets about her past in order to protect her world’s future. My Verdict I love fairy tales and I was excited about a fairy tale re-telling. I’ve only read one other retelling and I wasn’t to impressed, but I had heard so much about this one I thought for sure I would love it. Cinder was nothing like I expected and unfortunately I found it to be quite a let down. This book was more sci- fi than dystopian, in my opinion. Cyborgs, robots, net screens, hover crafts, ID chips implanted in everyones wrists. It wasn’t like a plausible future world, it was a completely out there world. The author stayed true to the most basic aspects of the fairytale, evil stepmother, two step sisters, they all treat her like dirt and make her do all the work, but that’s pretty much where the similarities end. About ninety pages into this I still wasn’t into it and I never really got into it until the last 50 pages or so. The only thing that kept me reading was Prince Kai. He was definitely my favorite character. As soon as he meets Cinder for the first time he is drawn to her. I loved the interactions between the two of them. Unlike all the other girls, Cinder doesn’t drool all over him but rather treats him like any other person. She is completely blunt with him and the banter between the two of them always made me smile. This is book one of the Lunar Chronicles, which I knew, but I was under the impression that each book was a re-telling of a different tale and each could stand on its own. I fully expected Cinder’s story to wrap up by the end, so when I read the last page and nothing had been resolved I was so mad. But I guess that was my own fault.
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The Reckoning - Alma Katsu - coming out June 19, 2012 - on my summer reading list!!! #indigo #perfectsummer
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The Reckoning (The Taker Trilogy) by Alma Katsu. $15.49. Publication: June 19, 2012. Series - The Taker Trilogy
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Book Bracelet The winners of the 2015 Rijksstudio Award for "Make your own Masterpiece" are Lyske Gais and Lia Duinker. They created this amazing Rembrandt Book Bracelet which is inspired by De steniging van Stefanus, a circa 1635 artwork of Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn.
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Cover Reveal: Bronze Gods (Apparatus Infernum #1) by A.A. Aguirre. Cover by Cliff Nielsen. Coming 4/30/13
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