Sunday, 31 July 2011

In My Mailbox #26

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


Lottie Biggs Is (Not) Tragic by Hayley Long (UK Paperback)
Never heard of this one - but I looked it up and it;s the third in a series so I think I might put that one up for a swap as the synopsis doesn't interest me at all... Tweet me if you want it! Thanks to MacMillan anyway for this one!

Shimmer by Alyson Noel (UK Paperback)
Again, this is a sequel in a series that I haven't read... I might request the first book, Radiance for review if they're good, so are they? Let me know in the comments! Thanks to MacMillan for this one!


Supernaturally by Kiersten White (US Hardback) *Massive SQUEEEEE*
I AM SO SUPER EXCITED TO READ THIS. If you read my blog or Twitter you'll probably know that I ADORED Paranormalcy, so I cannot wait to get started on the second one, which I've heard is just as amazing! I can't wait to jump back into Evie and Lend's world - the series is one of my favourites, EVER :D 

So that's what I got this week, what about you? Leave a link in the comments! :D

Sunday, 24 July 2011

In My Mailbox #25

In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren. Only got internet pictures today - no time to upload actual photos, sorry! :D



Liesl & Po by Lauren Oliver (UK proof)
I loved Delirium, so I can't wait to read this one! It looks awesome and it has very cool pictures in it! Looking forward to it! Thanks to Hodder for this one!

Eight Keys by Suzanne LeFleur (UK Proof)
This was a surprise - at Penguin they got the names and addresses mixed up and I received this by accident - I was going to request it anyway though, so it was a nice surprise! :L Looks really good and SO cute, can't wait to read this one! Thanks to Penguin for this one!


Rosebush by Michele Jaffe (UK Proof)
This was a RAK from Mina @ Gripped Into Books - she so kindly sent me this! It's a proof (it's already out) and I can't wait to read it! Thank you so much Mina!

So that's what I got in my mailbox this week, what did you get? Leave me a link in the comments, and I'll come and stop by if I get the chance before I go away for a week on holiday! :D

Thursday, 21 July 2011

Book Review: Forever by Maggie Stiefvater

ForeverTitle: Forever 
Author: Maggie Stiefvater
Series: Wolves of Mercy Falls #3
Pages: 489
Publisher: Scholastic
Date of Publication: 12th July 2011
Source: Bought
Synopsis from Goodreads: The thrilling conclusion to #1 bestselling Shiver trilogy from Maggie Stiefvater


When Sam met Grace, he was a wolf and she was a girl. Eventually he found a way to become a boy, and their love moved from a curious distance to the intense closeness of shared lives.


That should have been the end of their story. But Grace was not meant to stay human. Now she is the wolf. And the wolves of Mercy Falls are about to be killed in one final, spectacular hunt.


Sam would do anything for Grace. But can one boy and one love really change a hostile, predatory world? The past, the present, and the future are about to collide in one pure moment - a moment of death or life, farewell or forever.

My Thoughts:
Forever is the last book in the Wolves of Mercy Falls series, and it's a perfect ending. It was so great to return to Grace and Sam's world and finally try to work out what the cure is for the werewolf curse or disease, whatever you want to call it ;) The characters feel like old friends and the plot was once again awesomely written and exciting.

I'm not going to say too much plotwise, in case I spoil the other books in the series, but read on with caution if you haven't read Shiver or Linger. Basically, Forever is about Sam and Cole trying to find a cure for the werewolf curse/disease/virus, all the while trying to stop a wolf hunt from being made legal in Mercy Falls. It doesn't sound like much to base a book around, but with Grace and Sam's romance, and Cole and Isabel's relationship, there was plenty to excite me and keep me entertained.

I love Grace and Sam to pieces. They are one of the cutest couples ever, though I do think that Grace is a little too dependent on Sam, but whatever, I don't care. They are so in love and Maggie's writing makes it so obvious, but she manages wonderfully not to make it sappy or wet. It was perfect.

Something that really stood out for me though in this book was Cole and Isabel's relationship. An on again, off again couple, I could never keep up with whether they were together or not. Cole is SO cute though, there were a few times when what he does for Isabel is the nicest thing that could possibly happen, and my opinion of him changed completely throughout the course of the book. At the beginning he was annoying and arrogant, and at the end, he was loyal and loving and oh so nice.

I think this shall just be a short review - there's not much to say about Forever that hasn't already been said. It's the perfect ending to an amazing series, and it's one that I'm sure I'll reread in the future. I adore Maggie's writing, and I'll be sure to read anything else that she publishes in the future. If you loved the first two books, Forever will definitely not disappoint, and if you haven't read them, why not?! Go read them, because they are AMAZING. :D

My Rating:
I give it 5 Feet!

2011 Paranormal YA Reading Challenge #34
2011 100+ Reading Challenge #61

Monday, 18 July 2011

Winner! First Blogoversary Scavenger Hunt!

I have picked a winner! On 1st July it was my first blogoversary and I had an exciting scavenger hunt of clues for you to find and guess the book from. I had loads of entries, and I've now picked a winner! So, without further ado, I will announce the book and the winner!

So, the book you had to guess was...

Supernaturally (Paranormalcy, #2)


I absolutely ADORED Paranormalcy, and I cannot wait until Supernaturally comes out next week, so I had to choose it for my giveaway :) And the lucky person who guessed correctly and wins a preorder of this awesome book is... 

Well done for guessing correctly, and I'm emailing you now to get your details so I can pre-order Supernaturally for you! Thanks for taking part everyone! :D 

I'd also like to thank all the lovely bloggers who hosted clues for me, you are all AWESOME people! THANK YOU so much! :D And to everyone who's helped me along in the past year, you're amazing too! Love to you all! <3 

Sunday, 17 July 2011

In My Mailbox #24

In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren. :)


Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs (US Hardback)
I'm really excited to read this, but it is SO creepy looking! Thanks to Quirk Books for this one!

Everlasting by Alyson Noel (UK Paperback)
I probably won't read this one, because I haven't read any of the first five books in the Evermore series and I've heard that they're not very good, and besides, I don't have any time to read them, so I might be putting this one up on ReadItSwapIt :) If you want to swap, let me know (UK)! Thanks to MacMillan anyway!

Forbidden by Jana Oliver (UK Paperback)
YAY!! I ADORED the first book in this series, Forsaken, so I can't wait to read this one! I'm interested to see where the story will take me! :) Thanks to MacMillan for this one too!

Delirium by Lauren Oliver (New UK Paperback)
I read this back in April, but it turned up on my doorstep on Saturday, and it's the new UK paperback version. I have to say, I don't like the cover much but the book itself is AWESOME so I don't mind too much and it's nice to have my own copy! Thanks to Hodder for this!

The Iron Knight (Iron Fey, #4)

The Iron Knight by Julia Kagawa (e-Galley) *GIANT SQUEE AND HAPPY DANCE*
Oh my word, I was SO HAPPY when I got the email saying I'd been accepted for this! :D I CANNOT WAIT TO READ IT. The Iron Fey is one of my favourite series EVER so I'm so looking forward to reading this! Thanks SO MUCH to NetGalley and HarlequinTeen for giving me access to this one! :D 


@lvngbooks @thebookmemoirs Here it is! :D
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The Elder Wand from The Noble Collection (From Elle at The Book Memoirs) *SQUEE*
This is AMAZING. I won this in The Book Memoir's Harry Potter week, and I couldn't believe it! It's a full size wooden replica, and it's so pretty! It's in a beautiful box too - so a HUGE THANK YOU to Elle for this! :D 

Blood Red Road by Moira Young postcard
This was sent to me by Vicki from ComaCalm's Corner, so thank you Vicki! :D It's super pretty :)

Saturday, 16 July 2011

Book Review: Bumped by Megan McCafferty

Bumped (Bumped, #1)Title: Bumped 
Author: Megan McCafferty
Series: Bumped #1
Pages: 323
Publisher: Corgi Childrens
Date of Publication: 4th August 2011
Source: Publisher*
Synopsis from Goodreads: When a virus makes everyone over the age of eighteen infertile, would-be parents are forced to pay teen girls to conceive and give birth to their children, making teens the most prized members of society.

Sixteen-year-old identical twins Melody and Harmony were separated at birth and had never met until the day Harmony shows up on Melody’s doorstep. Until now, the twins have followed completely opposite paths. Melody has scored an enviable conception contract with a couple called the Jaydens. While they are searching for the perfect partner for Melody to bump with, she is fighting her attraction to her best friend Zen, who is way too short for the job.

Harmony has spent her whole life in religious Goodside, preparing to be a wife and mother. She believes her calling is to bring Melody back to Goodside and convince her that “pregging” for profit is a sin. But Harmony has secrets of her own that she is running from.

When Melody is finally matched with the world-famous, genetically flawless Jondoe, both girls’ lives are changed forever. A case of mistaken identity takes them on a journey neither could have ever imagined, one that makes Melody and Harmony realize they have so much more than just DNA in common.

My Thoughts:
Bumped is possibly one of the weirdest books I have EVER read. The whole subject of the book was peculiar and it felt a little wrong, but I was intrigued to read it, as I was interested in how anyone could write a story where it is acceptable and even expected for teens to become pregnant.

Firstly, I think that the synopsis is a little bit misleading. It gave me the impression that NOBODY over the age of 18 could have kids, and that ALL teenagers have to have the older generations' babies for them. In actual fact, it is only the adults who don't live in 'Goodside' (the Church-y Godly place) who are infertile, and not all teenagers actually take part in the Bumping program (where the teens have babies for adults). Maybe it was me misunderstanding or misreading it, but I started this book thinking it was one thing, and then once I was about 30 pages in I realised that I had the wrong idea about it.

At the beginning of the book, I didn't particularly like either Melody or Harmony. Melody was arrogant and completely full of herself, and I thought that Harmony was the same, but in a completely different way. However, as the story went on and the characters developed, I think they became less of polar opposites, and they became a lot more likeable and I enjoyed reading about them. I really liked Zen too, and at the end he was so sweet :)

There was one thing that annoyed me throughout the whole book, and that was the HUGE amount of slang and language used that was not explained. Words like reproasthetical and pregg and neg were not explained, and I had no idea what they mean. I STILL have no idea what a lot of them meant. And there was a whole system called the MiNet - which I'm guessing is like the internet - that is used a lot in the book but that wasn't explained either, and that was confusing even before they started talking about blinding it...

However, about half way through the book I began to get used to the slang and I could enjoy the story a lot more. I thought the plot was strong and interesting, even though I didn't think that too much actually happened, and Megan managed to make such a weird and unimaginable storyline feel pretty real and believable. After a slow start it got better and better, and the last third of the book didn't take me very long at all!

Overall, Bumped is a very good YA debut, but I think that it is not for everyone. I think it is definitely NOT a book for younger readers, purely because of the subject matter, but if you can put the weirdness of the story aside, and can get used to the slang, I would definitely recommend it to you, especially if you are a fan of dystopian fiction.

My Rating:
I give it 3 Feet!

2011 Debut Author Challenge #20
2011 100+ Reading Challenge #60

Monday, 11 July 2011

Winner! Forgive My Fins by Tera Lynn Childs!

So, the winner has been picked and emailed, so I'm all ready to announce the winner! So, without further ado, the winner is...



Congrats Cherry, I've emailed and you've replied so it'll get sent out soon! :D Enjoy it, I thought it was awesome, and SO cute! :D 

Book Review: The Truth About Celia Frost by Paula Rawsthorne

The Truth about Celia FrostTitle: The Truth About Celia Frost 
Author: Paula Rawsthorne
Series: Standalone
Pages: 342
Publisher: Usborne
Date of Publication: 1st August 2011
Source: Publisher*
Synopsis from Goodreads: Celia Frost is a freak. At least that's what everyone thinks. Her life is ruled by a rare disorder that means she could bleed to death from the slightest cut, confining her to a gloomy bubble of safetyA". No friends. No fun. No life. But when a knife attack on Celia has unexpected consequences, her mum reacts strangely. Suddenly they're on the run. Why is her mum so scared? Someone out there knows - and when they find Celia, she's going to wish the truth was a lie - A buried secret; a gripping manhunt; a dangerous deceit: what is the truth about Celia Frost? A page-turning thriller that's impossible to put down.

My Thoughts:
I really enjoyed reading The Truth About Celia Frost. It was different to anything I'd ever read before and it was a nice change from all the paranormal and romances that are popular right now. The story was unique and exciting, and the characters were fun to read about.

I really like how Celia was only 14. I felt that I could relate to her because she is my age, and rarely are there young adult titles that feature a main character who is so young. This means that there was little (basically no) romance, which I'm glad of because it would be weird if there was, in my opinion...

While I liked Celia, I did feel that she and the other characters were VERY unrealistic. Perhaps they got better towards the end, but somehow, I just feel that had Celia's situation been real, nobody would have reacted in that way... The hatred that Celia has her mum is so sad, and yes, I realise that she would want to rebel in any way that she could, but despite this I feel that the way that Rawsthorne went about portraying Celia's anger did not feel real. I also didn't believe in her mother's actions at the beginning, because while I know some super protective parents, I doubt anyone is that bad, and would stop her daughter from going to the hospital when she needed to go.

I liked how the book was told almost from two points of view, even though it was told in third person. I liked how it alternated between Celia and Janice's story, and the story of Frankie and his mission to find Celia and Janice, and how they both ended up woven together at the end. I thought the way that Rawsthorne developed and wrote the plot was awesome, it kept me hooked and I read the whole book in about 6 hours. It was very good.

I loved the setting of the book, even though it sounded kind of gross and I had a hard time believing it was in England... I don't know, I've just never come across a place like that in England before. It sounds scary - all the gangs and the really high blocks of flats. (I don't like tall buildings.) The foresty secret place that Celia found with Sol was pretty cool though, and it was so cute that he taught her to swim there. :)

The whole idea of Celia's illness I think was poorly played out by her mum. Once Celia worked out that she didn't have some blood clotting disorder, I think her mum should have told her the truth, instead of hiding it from her until almost the end of the book, as this would have stopped Celia from hating her for most of it. Just saying ;)

Overall though, I really enjoyed reading this book. I think it is a very strong debut from Paula Rawsthorne, and I will definitely be reading any other books that she writes, as her style is awesome. I'd recommend this to anyone looking for a good YA read that is different from the popular titles going round today, however I would say that it would probably be more suited to the younger readers (12-15) because of Celia's age and the way that it reads - it's not too complex, which makes it perfect for a quick read, but would probably be more enjoyable for a younger person. Don't let this put you off though, after all, I feel it is aimed at that age range, so therefore it's perfect!

*Thank you to Usborne for sending me this in exchange for an honest review. In no way has this affected my opinion of the novel or the author. 

My Rating:
I give it 4 Feet!

2011 Debut Author Challenge #19
2011 100+ Reading Challenge #59

Sunday, 10 July 2011

In My Mailbox #23

In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren :)


Sorry for the dark picture... But look how shiny Forever is.... *stares*

Forever by Maggie Stiefvater (UK Paperback) *SQUEE*
I'm SO excited for this one, AND I got it early!! :) It's meant to come out on Tuesday BUT if you head over to your nearest ASDA you can get it NOW for only £4! It's shiny and pretty and I can't wait to read it!

Passion by Lauren Kate (UK Hardback)
I have a manuscript copy of this but I decided I wanted a finished copy I can put with my other two Fallen series books on my bookshelf and this was half price so I thought, Why not? :L It's really good so if you haven't read it, do!


Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor (UK proof) *SQUEE*
There was lots of sqeeing this week! Cannot wait to read this one, it looks AMAZING. I'm hoping I can get to read it before I go on holiday but I'm not sure - but it will be one of the first I read when I get back! SO excited! Thanks to Hodder for this!

Vanish (Firelight, #2)  A Beautiful Dark  Cold Kiss  The Mephisto Covenant (The Mephisto Covenant, #1)  

Vanish by Sophie Jordan (e-ARC)
I'm so excited to read this one! I LOVED Firelight, so Vanish should be amazing :) Thank you to HarperTeen and NetGalley for giving me access to this one!

The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson (e-ARC)
This one looks amazing too! I'm so excited about everything I got this week, can't wait to read them! Thank you to HarperTeen and NetGalley for giving me access to this one!

A Beautiful Dark by Jocelyn Davies (e-ARC)
This one looks so good, and the cover is gorgeous! So pretty! Thank you to HarperTeen and NetGalley for giving me access to this one!

Cold Kiss by Amy Garvey (e-ARC)
Again, I love the sound of this one, and the colour of the cover is SO nice :D Thank you to HarperTeen and NetGalley for giving me access to this one!

The Mephisto Covenant by Trinity Faegen (e-ARC)
This one looks pretty good, so I'm looking forward to reading it. I've heard good things about it, and I love the title, even though I have no idea what it means... Thank you to EgmontUSA and NetGalley for giving me access to this one!

That's all I got this week - what did you get? Leave me a link in the comments!

Friday, 8 July 2011

Book Review: A Tangle of Magicks by Stephanie Burgis

A Tangle of Magicks (Unladylike Adventures of Kat Stephenson)Title: A Tangle of Magicks
Author: Stephanie Burgis
Series: The Unladylike Adventures of Kat Stephenson #2
Pages: 282
Publisher: Templar
Date of UK Publication: August 1st 2011
Source: Publisher*
Synopsis from Goodreads: After her antics in A Most Improper Magick, Kat Stephenson is back to cause more chaos! Stepmama drags the family to Bath to find Kat's sister a new suitor. But, unknown to most of its gossipy visitors, Bath is full of wild magic. When Kat uncovers a plot to harness this magic in the Roman Baths, she finds her brother Charles is unwittingly involved. Kat must risk her newfound magical powers as she defies the Order of the Guardians to foil the plot and clear her brother's name.

My Thoughts:
I read an e-galley of the first book, A Most Improper Magic, when it was being released in the US under the title Kat, Incorrigible. It was cute and funny, and I loved it. A Tangle of Magicks, the second book in the series, is just as cute and just as funny, and I loved it just as much.

Kat is of course, her usual outgoing, occasionally annoying but always amusing and lovable self. She does what she thinks is the right thing to do, but she often does it without thought and sh usually just gets herself into trouble. Her magic is progressing, but she doesn't know how to use it yet, so for a lot of the book I think she feels helpless and a little sorry for herself for messing up the only chance she has to make good use of her magic, even though she is very good at not showing what she is really thinking. Everything she does is full of mischief and fun, and every single page something new happened that had me smiling, or even laughing out loud.

Again, the plots were silly and completely unbelievable, which is of course what makes them so good. This book takes place in Bath, where Kat discovers that the Roman baths are full of wild magic. When she finds out that her brother is unknowingly involved in a crazy plot to harness this magic, she has to risk her newly discovered powers and try to save him. Of course, while doing this, she gets herself and others into trouble, and ruins her friends' reputation in Society, but she doesn't care because all she can think about doing is saving her brother. There's also a whole story about Angeline, Kat's sister, in which Kat also tries to save Angeline from the horrible player that is Viscount Scarwood.

There was nothing about this book that I didn't like. I cannot fault it. Just like with the first book, I can find nothing to complain about. The characters were amazing, the plot was fantastic, and I read the whole book in a matter of hours.

A Tangle of Magicks is definitely a worthy sequel to A Most Improper Magick. It perfectly carries on the story, and it's so easy to jump straight back into the world of Kat Stephenson, and not jump out until the end of the story. I cannot wait for the next instalment, if there is one, as again, I'm sure it will live up to the amazingness of the first two awesome books.

*I received this review copy free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. In no way has this affected my opinion of the book.

My Rating:
I give it 5 Feet!

2011 Paranormal YA Reading Challenge #28
2011 100+ Reading Challenge #50

Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Book Review: Texas Gothic by Rosemary Clement-Moore

Texas Gothic
Title: Texas Gothic
Author: Rosemary Clement-Moore
Series: Standalone
Pages: 405
Publisher: Corgi Children's
Date of Publication: 7st July 2011
Source: Publisher*
Synopsis from Goodreads: Amy Goodnight knows that the world isn't as simple as it seems—she grew up surrounded by household spells and benevolent ghosts. But she also understands that "normal" doesn't mix with magic, and she's worked hard to build a wall between the two worlds. Not only to protect any hope of ever having a normal life.

Ranch-sitting for her aunt in Texas should be exactly that. Good old ordinary, uneventful hard work. Only, Amy and her sister, Phin, aren't alone. There's someone in the house with them—and it's not the living, breathing, amazingly hot cowboy from the ranch next door.

It's a ghost, and it's more powerful than the Goodnights and all their protective spells combined. It wants something from Amy, and none of her carefully built defenses can hold it back.

This is the summer when the wall between Amy's worlds is going to come crashing down.

My Thoughts:
I read and really enjoy The Splendour Falls, also by Rosemary Clement-Moore, around this time last year, so when I heard that she was releasing another YA ghost book, I jumped on the chance to read it. I thought that while The Splendour Falls was a very good book, Texas Gothic was BETTER. I loved it.
I loved the characters, I loved the plot, and I loved the whole creepy and mysterious atmosphere that Rosemary so cleverly created with her beautiful writing throughout the whole book.

Amy Goodnight was, in my opinion, a really good main character, and I think she told the story very well. I love how nosy she was, and how determined she was to save people she didn't even know from the 'Mad Monk'. I thought she was incredibly sweet, and I could relate to her in how she was constantly trying to appear like she and her family were normal, even though she couldn't deny their not-normal-ness too much longer. I also adored her love/hate relationship with Ben, it was so cute!

Talking of Ben, I can't decide whether I like him or not. At those rare times when he was being sweet and caring of Amy I liked him, but most of the time he was a complete jerk who was horrible and uncaring and unthinking and just plain rude... However, he got a lot better at the end, and when he continually saved Amy you couldn't help but at least like McCrankyPants a little bit ;)

I thought the plot was very well thought out and very complex, yet all the threads of the story were expertly woven together to create a whole story that was completely understandable and not too confusing, and one that wrapped up perfectly at the end, and answered all my questions. It started off fairly simply with the Goodnight sisters going to investigate around the dig where some old bones had been found, and then throughout the book more and more elements got added, bringing together the whole story. There was the perfect amount of suspense and tension, and the book felt neither rushed nor dragged out, which happened a little bit at the end of The Splendour Falls, so I was a little bit worried that Texas Gothic would drag a little bit, but if you're having these worries too, get rid of them, there is no need! The pacing was perfect.

One thing that really stood out for me were the ghosts in the story. I loved how they weren't real people who were see through who could walk through walls, I loved how they were just a light or presence that could be felt in the room. I just liked that, and also how they played a very significant part of the book, yet they were subtle and didn't take a lead part in the book.

Overall, I think that Texas Gothic is Rosemary's best book to date (Or that I've read, as I've only read two of them...). I loved everything about it, and I will definitely be reading anything else that Rosemary Clement-Moore publishes in the future, as she is an amazing writer. I'd recommend this to anyyone looking for a good YA novel with a bit of creepy-ness, and mystery, then Texas Gothic would be perfect for you.

*Thank you to Random House for sending me a copy of Texas Gothic in exchange for an honest review. In no way has this affected my opinion of the book.

My Rating:
I give it 5 Feet!

2011 Paranormal YA Reading Challenge #33
2011 100+ Reading Challenge #58

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

New Releases in July 2011

Here are all the awesome YA books that are being released in July :) All links go to Goodreads and the covers are UK covers if you don't recognise them! I want Forever, Supernaturally, Wolfsbane, and Wildefire most, and Forgive My Fins, Texas Gothic and Blood Magic are awesome! :D Which ones do you want most?

Forever  Supernaturally (Paranormalcy, #2)

Release Date: 12th July 2011

Release Date: 26th July 2011

Forgive My Fins  Texas Gothic

Release Date: 1st July 2011

Release Date: 7th July 2011

Haunting Violet  Blood Magic

Release Date: 9th July 2011

Release Date: 7th July 2011

The Immortals: Everlasting  Wolfsbane (Nightshade, #2)

Release Date: 7th July 2011

Release Date: 26th July 2011

Sister Mischief  Wildefire (Wildefire, #1)

Release Date: 12th July 2011

Release Date: 26th July 2011

Ripple  Pearl

Release Date: 21st July 2011

Release Date: 19th July 2011

Starstruck  Bad Taste in Boys

Release Date: 12th July 2011

Release Date: 12th July 2011

Undercurrent (Siren Trilogy, #2)  Dragon's Oath: A House of Night Novella

Release Date: 12th July 2011

Release Date: 12th July 2011

Sometimes It Happens  Sass & Serendipity

Release Date: 12th July 2011

Release Date: 12th July 2011

Wildcat Fireflies (Fenestra, #2)  Shadows on the Moon

Release Date: 12th July 2011

Release Date: 7th July 2011

Jessie Hearts NYC  Once Every Never

Release Date: July 2011

Release Date: 14th July 2011

Amy & Roger's Epic Detour  Sirensong (Faeriewalker, #3)

Amy & Roger's Epic Detour by Morgan Matson
Release Date: 7th July 2011

Sirensong by Jenna Black
Release Date: 5th July 2011

Original Sin (Personal Demons, #2)  Lost Voices

Original Sin by Lisa Desrochers
Release Date: 5th July 2011

Lost Voices by Sarah Porter
Release Date: 4th July 2011

Twisted (Pretty Little Liars, #9)  Love Story

Twisted by Sara Shepard
Release Date: 5th July 2011

Love Story by Jennifer Echols
Release Date: 19th July 2011

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