Never Forgotten Review




Never Forgotten (Never Forgotten #1)
by Kelly Risser
Read: Kindle courtesy of NetGalley
Publishing: Clean Teen Publishing

         Before anybody reads this review, especially the people that sent me this book, please note that you sent this book to me for my completely honest review. If you don't like this review, that's fine, keep it to yourself.

My Bitchy Summary
          Meara Quinn is almost a senior in Wisconsin. Everything is great with her friend Kim, who has a man-whore boyfriend. But, Meara's mom's cancer returns bitchier than ever. So, they return to her mother's "home country", Canada.
          Meara get visions of her father and decides to tell everyone-because everyone is totally interested with your life.
          She learns that she isn't normal and she decides to tell everyone that too. Weird shit happens.


Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: ten books from my childhood years I'd like to revisit. From Broke and Bookish

1. If You Give a Pig a Pancake
Yes, I am aware that this is a picture book. But do you see that pig?!?! It looks so cute. I remember doing this project in 1st grade because of this book. It was one of my writing pieces. I just want to read this to my cousin and future adopted kids. I think my story was If you give a duck a pineapple bun...or some other Asian bun
2. The Series of the Unfortunate Events
I remember marathon-ing this series in the 4th-5th grade. It's one of my favorite series. I love how Lemony Snicket interrupts when things get a little scary. His warnings got old tho... Count Olaf gave me some serious stalker vibes.
3. Dragon Slayer Academy
This series was just weird. I read almost every book *Feels shame*... The main character reminded me of Ron Weasley and there was an undercover girl. Girl power! 
4. Where the Sidewalk Ends
I loved a lot of the poems in this book. They were HILARIOUS. My favorite one was about the garden full of jewels and precious stones. The unicorn one was awesome too!
5-8. EVERY ROALD DAHL BOOK IN EXISTENCE
I remember reading & learning swear words from these books. They were so whimsical and fun. Roald Dahl is probably one of the many people responsible for my love of reading.
The epitome of a failed/horrible marriage
 
9. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
To this day, I still don't have a copy... :'(
10. Clementine
Even though I don't like tropical fruits
She's so weird and funny. I wonder how her parents even deal with her. She's absolutely ridiculous.

Next Reads

Gosh, I haven't done posts like this in a while! I remember why!
They're a bitch to edit 


I'll be reading this, courtesy of NetGalley. I've heard great things about this book. I have VERY high expectations. If I do like this book, I HAVE THE SECOND ONE TOO! FOR FREE!! Thanks NetGalley.





I have absolutely no idea what this book is about. Wonderful. I believed a couple of my friends read this and they liked it. I think I also recommended this to a friend. 


Again, my friends recommended this to me. A lot of them read this and really like it. Booktubers loved this. I have really high expectations, yet I feel I won't like this book because it's too mainstream. Mainstream books do not agree with me. 

I read the first book and didn't hate it. So, it's worth a try. Alex raves about this book. Looking forward to Kale Chaol...*smiles nervously*



I read parts of this book, but I felt too bad for Eleanor and couldn't continue. She has a crappy home life and gets bullied. At least try to be nice to the girl for fucks sake!

Trilogies

          I hate trilogies and they hate me. We have a great relationship. Most books that are trilogies are usually either a sandwich (1st book is good, 2nd is shit under my feet, and 3rd ties the series up well), a Titanic (It started out good, but it became a disaster in the end), or it was cow manure (no matter what you did, it still stank.)
          A sandwich for me was the Hex Hall series by Rachel Hawkins. The first book got me pumped, the 2nd made me really angry, and the third even though it made me angry because someone got Mason'd was a good wrap up to the series. Team Good wins, yet again. It was very predictable.
          A Titanic would be Unearthly the series by Cynthia Hand. I really liked the first book. But, after another Mason-ing, I got sad. What made it worse was that her brother's name is Jeffrey. No bueno.... Jeffrey is a dick. In real life and in the book. I hope he doesn't see this... The middle was really weird and Clara's purpose wasn't exactly clear. It might be because I don't recall this book, or the events distracted it. Like midi-chlorians, mentioned once, but never again.
          Cow Manure... did you know you can use cow manure to create a fun, toy explosive with a firecracker? My parents did that as kids... The trilogy would be Firelight by Sophie Jordan. I thought the first book was pretty interesting, but the writing became shoddier. I was bored out of my mind, so I skimmed the last book. It would have been a DNF, but I went Black Friday shopping and needed something to keep me occupied. 

The Winner's Crime

(This review is going to lack some usual characteristics of my reviews.)




The Winner's Crime (The Winner's Trilogy #2)
by Marie Rutkoski
Read: Hardcover, 416 painful & boring pages later...
Publishing: Farrar, Starus, and Giroux on March 3, 2015



Sentinel Review



Sentinel (Covenant #5) by JLA I love you, but I'm angry with you!
Publishing: Spencer Hill Press in November 2, 2013
          It's a beautiful day for a war.
          As the mortal world slowly slips into chaos of the godly kind, Alexandria Andros must overcome a stunning defeat that has left her shaken and in doubt of their ability to end this war once and for all.
          And with all the obstacles between Alex and her happily-ever-after with the swoon-worthy Aiden St. Delphi, they must now trust a deadly foe as they travel deep into the Underworld to release one of the most dangerous gods of all time.
          In the stunning, action-packed climax to the bestselling Covenant series, Alex must face a terrible choice: the destruction of everything and everyone she holds dear… or the end of herself.

Book Discussion

Hi everybody!
          I need a little help. So, today I'll be going to B&N to get The Winner's Crime and The Return (maybe because I might not find it.) If anybody read The Return, should I buy it?
          Also, what books should I read next? I probably won't read it until next year because my TBR is INSANE! I mean, every reader's TBR is insane, but mine is getting overwhelming.


          This picture is the essence of hard-core readers out there. Only hard-core readers would understand. No regular mortal understands the pain of a growing TBR.

          GRRRR, I just looked at B&N to see if TR is in stock. IT'S NOT!!!! YOU LITTLE BITCH! I love B&N, it's my second home, but it NEVER has the books I want when I want it. 
          There's a Throne of Glass discussion in my group.