Sunday, 6 October 2013

Incredible Must Read

The Last Girl
By Michael Adams

An apocalypse that is highly plausible in our day and age

Fast paced and  refreshing  I have never read anything like this before. This book is a wonder to the eyes.
About me:
1. Never read books that are set in Australia
2  I don't usually read male authors
This book was both and boy, Michael Adams showed me I was wrong to avoid these things.
 Fantastic writing and storyline.  The scene setting took me to this world and kept me there. My mind did not wonder once. Fantastic Michael Adams
Only bad thing: I want the second book now!!!

Tuesday, 24 September 2013


by Phoebe Kitanidis

Marshall King and Elyse Alton the fabulous character's  in this extraordinary 5 star worthy novel, take you on a ride that is breath taking and picturesque in setting I can see Summer Falls I can almost smell it because of the writing style . The novel starts with two strangers waking in bed with no memory of themselves or each other. While they discover things about them selves and where they are, you are taken a journey an adventure you will not forget in a hurry. One that I know will leave you wanting more I enjoyed this book immensely and look forward to reading any other books buy this phenomenal Author.
 Exemplary Phoebe Exemplary

Saturday, 21 September 2013

Icons (Icons, #1)★★★
By Margaret Stohl
This book is right up my alley, I devoured this book in one sitting. We have a  fascinating world  and beautifully written characters trying to survive it, throw in adventure love and more excitement than you could handle and you have the marvelous written plot driven character driven ICONS

Friday, 20 September 2013


by Gina Rosati


16 year old Anna Rogan can astrally project out of her body. What an idea you want to keep reading right, I think you should grab this book now and fast with  original ideas fast paced plot character driven book. It is a must read that you wont want to end. An absolute Masterpiece

Frozen (Heart of Dread, #1)
Frozen (Heart of Dread #1)
by Melissa de la Cruz     Michael Johnston 


I loved the world the authors  created in this book a world that is covered in ice a place called New Vegas. A girl called Nat and a boy called was a drop of romance a whole lot of  adventure. Imagine if your world was covered with ice would you want to see what else is out there. Read and find out

Thursday, 19 September 2013

by Laurie Halse Anderson 

This book deals with some sensitive issues.
The main character, Melinda Sordino, is a selective mute and a terribly depressed teenager due to an incident at a party. Throughout the book she is sad, stressed and isolating herself. I really don't wish to give too much away as I am the type of person who will not even read the blurb on the back of a book but this book delivers an important message. Speak: it is something she must do and something you should read.
This books will be enjoyed by anyone who enjoys deeper stories that explore the real life of a teenager struggling with a life impacting issue. The writing was real, the characters were real and the story was told in a way that will be sitting there, reading and you'll look up hours later and, more than likely, just put your head straight back down to continue reading throughout the night.
The Almond Tree
The Almond Tree
by Michelle  Cohen Corasanti

Well where do I start this book was heart-rending yet I was unable to put it down, every spare minute I had I was reading it.The Almond Tree is a thought provoking novel that is able to transport you to another world so unlike your own. The main character Ichmad Hamid perseverance is inspiring. The writing is flawless and the novel as a whole was superb piece of literature .