Thursday, October 29, 2009

Demon Princess: Reign or Shine - Michelle Rowen

Description from the author's site:

For Nikki Donovan, being a teenager can be hell. Literally.

As if trying to fit in at a new school and navigating the social scene isn’t enough stress for her, sixteen-year-old Nikki Donovan just found out that her long-lost father is, in fact, the demon king of the Shadowlands — the world that separates and protects ours from the Underworld. When she is brought there by the mysterious (and surprisingly cute) messenger Michael, she learns that her father is dying, and that he wants her to assume the throne. To complicate matters, a war is brewing between the Shadowlands and the Underworld, her half-demon qualities are manifesting, and her growing feelings for Michael are forbidden. Ruling a kingdom, navigating a secret crush, and still making it home by curfew — what’s a teenage demon princess to do?

My expectations: FUN FUN FUN!

...what happened? I'm so glad it is!

It's always a good thing when a book presents a concept/idea that hasn't been done before. And that's the case with Demon Princess: Reign or Shine. I'm not absolutely sure that this is the first YA book that tackles demons... and half-demons, but in a land filled with vampire-love stories, this book is definitely one to stand out.

Here are some more reasons why this book stands out:

1. Nikki, a former social outcast, is the high school queen's best friend, who is NOT a mean girl. (I love that!)

2. Instead of the guy always protecting the girl (very very common), here, Nikki is actually stronger than Michael. (Yay for Girl Power!)

3. The guy (Michael) is cute, but in a subtle kind of way. As in, not too many girls going gaga over him. :)

And the book was narrated with just the right amount of lightness and fun I want with my YA. Definitely fun!

The only low point for me was that I guessed how the ending would go too easily. Then again, maybe I've just been reading too much mystery that I end up spoiling the ending for myself (am I speaking logically here? Haha.).

But overall, it's fun! It's new! And if you want that, I suggest you go pick this up! :)

Btw, Reign or Shine is the 1st book in a series. The next book, Reign Check, will be out on June 2010 (according to Goodreads).

Plot: 3.5/5
Writing: 4/5
Book Love: 4/5

A Contest (Not Mine!)

Robolobolyn's Books is giving away a signed copy of The Awakening by Kelley Armstrong, which is the sequel to The Summoning, which is a great great great book! You can see my review of it here.

Ok, back to the giveaway. It ends on November 17. Head on over to her site to join!

Sunday, October 25, 2009

In My Mailbox (8)

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi of The Story Siren. It showcases books you received in the mail, bought, or borrowed this week.

I only bought one book this week...

City of Glass (Mortal Instruments #3) by Cassandra Clare
I was so excited to read this that I put on hold whatever I was reading at the moment! LOVED it!

And I just found out that there's a 4th book in the series - City of Fallen Angels. Can't wait for it!

Saturday, October 24, 2009

The Van Alen Legacy (Blue Bloods #4) - Melissa de la Cruz

I decided not to include a synopsis so as not to provide spoilers for those who haven't read the first 3 books in the series. Go ahead, read them already! :)

The Van Alen Legacy, for me, is the best in the series so far. Melissa de la Cruz's style seems to have improved in her latest book. The book featured Schuyler's, Bliss's, and Mimi's POVs, and I was glad that each chapter indicated which character's thoughts were being narrated. That saved me from the confusion I got from the three other novels, wherein I, sometimes, had to read a couple of paragraphs before I realized whose perspective it was. The plot was very unexpected, not at all what I was expecting coming off from the third book. Though I'm not complaining, after all, who wants a predictable story? Okay, I'm getting a bit spoiler-y here...

Though I did say that Melissa de la Cruz's writing style has improved, I'm still not a fan of it. I particularly don't really like she used ellipses all over the place (or book). Ellipses are good for effect. But when a whole paragraph is filled with it, hmm... it's not so great. Still, I still love the plot and the characters (ehem, Jack Force, ehem) so I'm going to keep watching out for this series.

As for the cover, it's gorgeous as usual (all the Blue Bloods books' covers are gorgeous!) but it's my favorite among the bunch! :)

Plot: 3/5
Writing: 3/5
Book Love: 4/5

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Bite Me! - Melissa Francis


AJ Ashe isn't your typical seventeen-year-old vampire—as if there is such a thing! She's stuck in the middle of a huge fight between her two BFFs. Her ex-boyfriend—whom she's still totally in love with, by the way—is now her stepbrother. A former classmate—who, um, she may or may not have turned into a vampire—is stalking her. And now, apparently, the fate of humankind lies in her little undead hands. What ever happened to the good old days, when all a vampire girl had to worry about was the occasional zit and hiding her taste for blood?


I gotta admit, I bought this book because of the little sentence in the back cover... 'Her ex-boyfriend—whom she's still totally in love with, by the way—is now her stepbrother.' Intriguing, right?

But as I moved along with the story, I found myself getting more and more irritated with the characters. I had a hard time trying to like Ryan, the male protagonist. Sure, he and AJ had some cute moments, but for the rest of the book, I just found him irritating, immature, inconsistent... the list goes on. On the other hand, AJ was likable enough. She related the story in a light and fun tone. However, she did had her mean girl moments too - which is, of course, really annoying. Actually, this one had a sort of Gossip Girl kinda vibe so if you're a fan of the books, maybe you'll like it.

Ok, for the positive points:

1. I found myself itching to know what'll happen in the end. That means it's not boring.
2. I'm pretty sure I'm in the minority here so maybe, it's just that this isn't really my type of book.
3. It did had its fun moments.
4. It has a unique take on vampires.

Oh, and it's the first book in the series. The next one's entitled Love Sucks! (which I may or may not read, I'm still not sure.)

Plot: 3/5
Writing: 3/5
Book Love: 2.5/5

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

(Fallen) Angels and (Possessed) Demons contest! (not my contest. :D)

Hi everyone! Reggie of The Undercover Book Lover and her sister of The Bookologist is having an awesome (Fallen) Angels and (Possessed) Demons contest! It's international and it ends on November 1. :)

The Prize:
The Exorsistah - Claudia Mair Burney
Hush, Hush ARC - Becca Fitzpatrick

-Lipstick Apology bookmark (SIGNED)
-Chasing Brooklyn bookmark (SIGNED)
-I Heart You, You Haunt Me bookmark (SIGNED)
-Give Up The Ghost bookmark (SIGNED)
-Shrinking Violet Sticker (SIGNED)
-She's so Money card/bookmark (SIGNED)
-All About Vee postcard (SIGNED)
-Shrinking Violet bookmark
-Shrinking Violet notepad
-The Hollow 'Rated H' Sticker
-The Hollow 'Haunted by..." Sticker
-James (from Twilight) card

Head on over here for more details on how you can join! :)

Sunday, October 18, 2009

In My Mailbox (7)

So, I've been a very bad blogger these past couple of weeks... hopefully, I'll be able to post more reviews this week. Now, on to the IMM.

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi of The Story Siren. :)

It seems like our post office suddenly vastly improved and I received a lot of great books (from contests) this week!

*All descriptions are from Goodreads*

I just bought one book and that's:

Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick (check out my review)

And now my contest wins:

Cleopatra's Daughter by Michelle Moran
(not from the giveaway I hosted. Just making it clear. Haha.)

Follows the incredible life of Cleopatra's surviving children with Marc Antony -- twins, named Alexander Helios and Cleopatra Selene, and a younger son named Ptolemy. All three were taken to Rome and paraded through the streets, then sent off to be raised by Octavia (the wife whom Marc Antony left for Cleopatra). Raised in one of the most fascinating courts of all time, Cleopatra's children would have met Ovid, Seneca, Vitruvius (who inspired the Vitruvian man), Agrippa (who built the Pantheon), Herod, his sister Salome, the poets Virgil, Horace, Maecenas and so many others!

Immortal by Gillian Shields
(from Melissa Marr's contest)

She sent me some bracelets too! Awesome!

Wyldcliffe Abbey School for Young Ladies, housed in a Gothic mansion on the bleak northern moors, is elite, expensive, and unwelcoming. When Evie Johnson is torn away from her home by the sea to become the newest scholarship student, she is more isolated than she could have dreamed. Strict teachers, snobbish students, and the oppressive atmosphere of Wyldcliffe leave Evie drowning in loneliness.

Evie's only lifeline is Sebastian, a rebellious, mocking, dangerously attractive young man she meets by chance. As Evie's feelings for Sebastian grow with each secret meeting, she starts to fear that he is hiding something about his past. And she is haunted by glimpses of a strange, ghostly girl—a girl who is so eerily like Evie, she could be a sister. Evie is slowly drawn into a tangled web of past and present that she cannot control. And as the extraordinary, elemental forces of Wyldcliffe rise up like the mighty sea, Evie is faced with an astounding truth about Sebastian, and her own incredible fate.

Audrey, Wait! by Robin Benway
(from The Epic Rat)

California high school student Audrey Cuttler dumps self-involved Evan, the lead singer of a little band called The Do-Gooders. Evan writes, “Audrey, Wait!,” a break-up song that's so good it rockets up the billboard charts. And Audrey is suddenly famous!
Now rabid fans are invading her school. People is running articles about her arm-warmers. The lead singer of the Lolitas wants her as his muse. (And the Internet is documenting her every move!) Audrey can't hang out with her best friend or get with her new crush without being mobbed by fans and paparazzi.
Take a wild ride with Audrey as she makes headlines, has outrageous amounts of fun, confronts her ex on MTV, and gets the chance to show the world who she really is.

Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater
(from IB Teen Blog)

For years, Grace has watched the wolves in the woods behind her house. One yellow-eyed wolf--her wolf--is a chilling presence she can't seem to live without. Meanwhile, Sam has lived two lives: In winter, the frozen woods, the protection of the pack, and the silent company of a fearless girl. In summer, a few precious months of being human . . . until the cold makes him shift back again.
Now, Grace meets a yellow-eyed boy whose familiarity takes her breath away. It's her wolf. It has to be. But as winter nears, Sam must fight to stay human--or risk losing himself, and Grace, forever.

Lament by Maggie Stiefvater
(by IB Teen Blog)

Sixteen-year-old Deirdre Monaghan is a painfully shy but prodigiously gifted musician. She's about to find out she's also a cloverhand—one who can see faeries. When a mysterious boy enters her ordinary suburban life, seemingly out of nowhere, Deirdre finds herself infatuated. Trouble is, the enigmatic and conflicted Luke turns out to be a gallowglass—a soulless faerie assassin – and Deirdre is meant to be his next mark. Deirdre has to decide if Luke's feelings towards her are real, or only a way to lure her deeper into the world of Faerie.

Luke isn't her only problem. A sinister faerie named Aodhan is also stalking Deirdre. Long-time enemies with a common goal, Luke and Aodhan carry the same assignment from the Faerie Queen. Namely, kill Deirdre before her music captures the attention of the Fae and threatens the Queen's sovereignty. Caught in the crossfire with Deirdre is her best friend James whose devotion has been teetering precariously on the line between friendship and love for months – a feeling that Dee doesn't quite reciprocate. It's Luke she can't stop thinking about: Luke, who was supposed to kill her immediately but hasn't. Luke, who cannot refuse the Queen's orders without paying an unimaginable price. Deirdre ultimately must confront the Faerie Queen before she loses everyone she loves.

Demon Princess by Michelle Rowen
(from Megan Crewe's contest)

As if trying to fit in at a new school isn't stressful enough, sixteen-year-old Nikki Donovan just found out that her long-lost father is, in fact, the demon king of the Shadowlands—the world that separates and protects us from the Underworld. When she is brought there by the mysterious—and surprisingly cute—messenger Michael, she learns that her father is dying, and he wants her to assume the throne. To complicate matters, a war is brewing between the Shadowlands and the Underworld, her half-demon qualities are manifesting, and her gowing feelings for Michael are completely forbidden. Ruling a kingdom, navigating a secret crush, and still making it home by curfew—what's a teenage demon princess to do?

Crazy Beautiful by Lauren Baratz-Logsted
(Megan Crewe's contest)
I really love the cover!

In an explosion of his own making, Lucius blew his arms off. Now he has hooks. He chose hooks because they were cheaper. He chose hooks because he wouldn’t outgrow them so quickly. He chose hooks so that everyone would know he was different, so he would scare even himself.

Then he meets Aurora. The hooks don’t scare her. They don’t keep her away. In fact, they don’t make any difference at all to her.

But to Lucius, they mean everything. They remind him of the beast he is inside. Perhaps Aurora is his Beauty, destined to set his soul free from its suffering.

Or maybe she’s just a girl who needs love just like he does.

Give Up The Ghost by Megan Crewe
(again from Megan Crewe's contest)

*plus I received some lovely Give Up The Ghost SWAG! Love 'em!

Cass McKenna much prefers the company of ghosts over "breathers." Ghosts are uncomplicated and dependable, and they know the dirt on everybody... and Cass loves dirt. She's on a mission to expose the dirty secrets of the poseurs in her school.

But when the vice president of the student council discovers her secret, Cass's whole scheme hangs in the balance. Tim wants her to help him contact his recently deceased mother, and Cass reluctantly agrees.

As Cass becomes increasingly entwined in Tim's life, she's surprised to realize he's not so bad--and he needs help more desperately than anyone else suspects. Maybe it's time to give the living another chance...

I also won two books from a local bookstore which are:
YAY! I love love love love the books I got this week. :)

Hush, Hush - Becca Fitzpatrick

Description from Goodreads:

For Nora Grey, romance was not part of the plan. She's never been particularly attracted to the boys at her school, no matter how much her best friend, Vee, pushes them at her. Not until Patch came along. With his easy smile and eyes that seem to see inside her, Nora is drawn to him against her better judgment.

But after a series of terrifying encounters, Nora's not sure who to trust. Patch seems to be everywhere she is, and to know more about her than her closest friends. She can't decide whether she should fall into his arms or run and hide. And when she tries to seek some answers, she finds herself near a truth that is way more unsettling than anything Patch makes her feel.

For Nora is right in the middle of an ancient battle between the immortal and those that have fallen - and, when it comes to choosing sides, the wrong choice will cost her life.


I've read conflicting reviews of Hush, Hush - a lot of people fell in love with it, while some um, not so much. And I find myself caught in the middle. You see, I love bad boys. Or bad boys in disguise, really. Case(s) in point: Chuck Bass of Gossip Girl (TV show). Griffin Blake (Oh.My.Gods.). Jace (Mortal Instruments). And a whole lot more from all the romance novels I've read. But Patch? Hmm, yeah, he's hot and all. But there's something off with him. He's a bad boy who exhibits sporadic moments of goodness, which sometimes doesn't make sense. (Am I making any sense? :p) But don't get me wrong, at times, he can be really adorable. :)

As for Nora, she's smart, pretty (in her own kind of way), and totally vulnerable to Patch. Surprisingly, that latter part endeared her to me even more. I can totally relate. Haha. Nora's a very believable character and I'm sure at one point or another, every female reader can imagine putting herself in her shoes and acting the same way she does.

The plot's progression was a bit slow. It seemed like the action only began when I was about 3/4 into the book. But I think what Becca has in store for the readers can make up for that. :)

Overall: I love the concept. I semi-love the characters. The plot was good, but could've been better. :)

Plot: 3.5/5
Writing: 4/5
Book Love: 3.5/5

Sunday, October 11, 2009

100 followers + In My Mailbox (6)

First things first - this blog has reached 100 followers! WOW. I can't thank you guys enough! That just feels absolutely awesome. :) Thank you thank you thank you guys! :D

In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi of The Story Siren.

Here's what I got this week. Forgive me, but I'm just way too lazy to look for book descriptions this time. Anyway, they're all part of a series so if you haven't started with it, you'll be spared the spoilers. :)


The Van Alen Legacy (Blue Bloods #4) by Melissa de la Cruz
I've been waiting for this for like, the longest time! (Just finished reading it, btw. Haha.)

City of Ashes (Mortal Instruments #2) by Cassandra Clare
Like everyone else predicted, City of Bones was sooo good, I know I just have to get the sequel! Can't wait to read it!

From a contest win:

Don't Judge A Girl By Her Cover (Gallagher Girls #3) by Ally Carter
I'm so glad I won this (that's a huge money-saver for me!) since I really liked Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy!


That's all I got but I'm very very happy with them - three books from three of my favorite series! :)

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Between Me and the River - Carrie Host

Between Me and The River tells the story of Carrie Host who, at 40, was diagnosed with carcinoid tumor, a rare form of cancer which can only be treated by surgeries. This book takes takes us through Carrie's struggle with cancer and how she, aided by her family's support, ultimately found the strength to fight it.


Having never read a memoir before, I didn't know what to expect as I started reading this book. I was prepared to go through it with a very melancholic mood. But as I went on with the first few pages, where Carrie recounts her memories with her family as a young kid, I was pleasantly surprised. Suddenly, my whole outlook for this novel changed. This was not what I expected at all.

Carrie has an ability to inject lightheartedness into what is an otherwise extremely serious subject. Though the content of the book was really depressing, I managed to go through it without sobbing my heart out for the most part of the book. This is not a bad thing. Somehow, I was able to feel what the author was really expressing that way.

One of the parts that I liked most about the book was this short paragraph about Carrie's realizations about cancer that showed up in some of the chapters in the book. Here's one of which:

Cancer is like that. Sometimes we truly don't see how we will muster up the courage to keep going. When we can only see death staring us in the face, fear just knocks us flat out. This is where the people we love the most can help us to lean on their courage and stand up again.
- page 225

Carrie is very fortunate to have a very supportive husband, Amory, and kids, who at the face of this crisis, have matured beyond their years to help their mother through this painful ordeal.

Between Me and the River is a beautiful and inspiring story. I'd recommend it not just to those with loved ones who have faced cancer in their lives, but to everyone who would like to realize some of the truths that we constantly face in our lives.

Writing: 4/5
Book Love: 4/5

I would like to thank Lisa of OnlinePublicist for giving me a wonderful opportunity to review this book.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

In My Mailbox (5)

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by The Story Siren. It showcases books you've received, bought or borrowed w/in the week! :)

I think I went a little crazy and bought a bunch of books (well, for me, since I rarely buy this many books in a week) this week! Really need to practice some self-control here. Haha.

(All descriptions are from Goodreads)

Sweethearts by Sara Zarr

As children, Jennifer Harris and Cameron Quick were both social outcasts.They were also one another's only friend.So when Cameron disappears without warning, Jennifer thinks she's lost the only person who will ever understand her.Now in high school, Jennifer has been transformed.Known as Jenna, she's popular, happy, and dating, everything "Jennifer" couldn't be---but she still can't shake the memory of her long-lost friend. When Cameron suddenly reappears, they are both confronted with memories of their shared past and the drastically different paths their lives have taken.Sweethearts is a story about the power of memory, the bond of friendship, and the quiet resilience of our childhood hearts.

City of Bones (Mortal Instruments #1) by Cassandra Clare

When fifteen-year-old Clary Fray heads out to the Pandemonium Club in New York City, she hardly expects to witness a murder - much less a murder committed by three teenagers covered with strange tattoos and brandishing bizarre weapons. Then the body disappears into thin air. It's hard to call the police when the murderers are invisible to everyone else and when there is nothing - not even a smear of blood - to show that a boy has died. Or was he a boy?

This is Clary's first meeting with the Shadowhunters, warriors dedicated to ridding the earth of demons. It's also her first encounter with Jace, a Shadowhunter who looks a little like an angel and acts a lot like a jerk. Within twenty-four hours Clary is pulled into Jace's world with a vengeance, when her mother disappears and Clary herself is attacked by a demon. But why would demons be interested in ordinary mundanes like Clary and her mother? And how did Clary suddenly get the Sight? The Shadowhunters would like to know....

Graceling by Kristin Cashore

Katsa has been able to kill a man with her bare hands since she was eight; she's a Graceling, one of the rare people in her land born with an extreme skill. As niece of the king, she should be able to live a life of privilege, but Graced as she is with killing, she is forced to work as the king's thug.
She never expects to fall in love with beautiful Prince Po. She never expects to learn the truth behind her Grace--or the terrible secret that lies hidden far away. . .a secret that could destroy all seven kingdoms with words alone. With elegant, evocative prose and a cast of unforgettable characters, debut author Kristin Cashore creates a mesmerizing world, a death-defying adventure, and a heart-racing romance that will consume you, hold you captive, and leave you wanting more.

Bite Me! by Melissa Francis

AJ Ashe isn't a typical seventeen-year-old vampire (as if there is such a thing as 'typical!') Her ex-boyfriend is now her stepbrother. Her two BFFs are in a huge fight and AJ's caught in the middle. She's totally framed for cheating on a Lit test. And now, apparently, the fate of humankind lies in her little undead hands. Like that's fair. What ever happened to the good old days when all a vampire girl had to worry about was the occasional zit and hiding her fetish for necks?

The Ex Games by Jennifer Echols

Hayden and Nick used to be a hot item, but their brief affair ended with a highly publicized break-up. Now the two are “just friends,” excluding the occasional flirtation.

When Hayden wins the girls’ division of a local snowboarding competition, Nick is unimpressed, claiming that Hayden wouldn’t have a chance against a guy. Hayden calls Nick’s bluff and challenges him to a head-to-head boarding contest. Their mutual friends quickly take sides, the girls on Hayden’s and the boys on Nick’s, making for an all-out battle of the sexes. This friendly competition is bound to get heated--and if they’re not careful, they might end up igniting some old flames.

Giveaway win:

Cutting Loose by Nadine Dajani

Meet three women who are as different as could be—at least that’s what they think—and the men who’ve turned their lives upside down as their paths collide in sizzling, sexy Miami. . . .

Ranya is a modern-day princess—brought up behind the gilded walls of Saudi Arabian high society and winner of the dream husband sweepstakes . . . until said husband turns out to be more interested in Paolo, the interior-decorator-cum-underwear-model, than in his virginal new wife.

Smart, independent, but painfully shy, Zahra has managed to escape her impoverished Palestinian roots to carve out a life of comfort. But she can’t reveal her secrets to the man she adores or shake off the fear that she doesn’t deserve any of it. She also can’t shake the fear that if she holds on to anything—or anyone—too dearly, they will be taken away in the blink of a kohl-lined eye.

Rio has risen above the slums of her native Honduras—not to mention the jeers of her none too supportive family—to become editor in chief of SuĆ©ltate magazine, the hottest Latina-targeted glossy in town, and this in spite of Georges Mallouk, her hunky-yet-clueless boss, and in spite of Rio’s totally wrong but oh-so-sinfully-right affair with the boss’s delicious but despicable younger brother, Joe.

In this city of fast cars, sleek clubs, and unapologetic superficiality, Ranya, Zahra, and Rio wrestle with the ties that bind them to their difficult pasts, and it just might be time for them to cut loose. . . .


I finished reading Bite Me!, The Ex Games, and Graceling this weekend. Watch out for my reviews! What about you guys? What did you get this week? :)

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Blogroll Update + Networking Sites

If you have a book blog and would like to be included in my blogroll, just leave me a comment and I'll add you right up! (Of course, it would be nice if you'd add me to yours too. Haha.)

Also, I'm on several bookish and social networking sites such as:

Add me up! :)

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Catching Fire - Suzanne Collins

*Spoilers for those who haven't read The Hunger Games*

Against all odds, Katniss Everdeen has won the annual Hunger Games with fellow district tribute Peeta Mellark. But it was a victory won by defiance of the Capitol and their harsh rules. Katniss and Peeta should be happy. After all, they have just won for themselves and their families a life of safety and plenty. But there are rumors of rebellion among the subjects, and Katniss and Peeta, to their horror, are the faces of that rebellion. The Capitol is angry. The Capitol wants revenge.


I know you've probably read a lot of other reviews of Catching Fire all saying the same thing - that they LOVE it and that it's even better than The Hunger Games. Well, the same goes for me. I am simply amazed with Suzanne Collins and how she can just keep on getting the plot more exciting and having readers on edge even more!

I love that every chapter of the book seems to always end (I'm pretty it's always) with something unexpected and major. Reading the book is an adventure - a heart-pounding, teeth-biting adventure at that, that even when I was aching to know what'll happen next, I was sad to see the book coming to an end. And end it did, as always (of course), with this cliffhanger that guarantees you'll be out getting a copy of the 3rd book as soon as it's released!

I'm telling you, it's the CLIFFHANGER OF ALL CLIFFHANGERS! (At least, for me. :D)

As for the Katniss-Peeta-Gale love triange, I'm happy to say I'm still on Team PEETA! Though of course, I must admit Gale's okay too. :p But still, Peeta is Peeta. *sigh* :)

Plot: 5/5
Writing: 5/5
Book Love: 5/5

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