Archive for December 2013

Stacey Wallace Benefiel: Glimpse (Zellie Wells, #1)

Stacey Wallace Benefiel: Glimpse (Zellie Wells, #1)

Zellie Wells has a devastating crush on Avery Adams, the son of her mom’s high school sweetheart. At her sixteenth birthday party, held in the basement of her dad’s church, she finally finds the courage to talk to him. Turns out, the devastating crush is mutual.

As Avery takes her hand and leads her out onto the makeshift dance floor, Zellie is overwhelmed by her first vision of his death; shocking because not only are they both covered in his blood, but they’re old, like thirty-five, and she is pregnant.

Afraid to tell anyone about the vision, (she’d just be labeled a freaky black magic witch, right?) Zellie keeps the knowledge of Avery’s future to herself and tries to act like any other teenager in love. When they get caught on their way to a secret rendezvous by her mom and his dad, they are forbidden to see each other.

Convinced that their parents are freaking out unnecessarily, Avery and Zellie vow to be together no matter what. They continue their relationship in secret until Zellie learns that their parents are just trying to prevent her and Avery from suffering like they did. The visions are hereditary, they’re dangerous, and if they stay together the visions will come true.

Now Zellie must choose between severing all ties with Avery, like her mom did to prevent his father’s death, and finding a way to change Avery’s future.


Couple weeks ago I received author's Found (Penny Black, #1) book from NetGalley, which is spin-off series for this Zellie Wells trilogy. I loved Found so much that I wanted to read this "main" series too. And it hasn't been a disappointment. I read the first and second book (more of that later in another post) right away and now I'm reading the third one. I like author's writing style and I'm definally going to read more of her work while I'm waiting on second book in Penny Black series that will be published hopefully soon. (The publishing date isn't set, but I can wait. I just hope that it will be soon)

There were lot of things that were old news to me 'cos I'd read Found already. The supernatural thing and Zellie's power were familiar to me, even if Zellie ferself was a bit lost. That was the downside of things when I'd already read the spin-off. There were lot of exploring of Zellie's powers and visions in this book, and what they are and mean etc. and I already knew that. But that was my own fault, I should've read this series first. So I can look in the mirror if I want someone to blame.

But it was really great to read where it all began, because in Found, the time has past over 15 years and things are pretty different. The was really well written and the story and idea behind it is really interesting.

Zellie and Avery are really likable characters and I couldn't help, but to love them both. And the ackwardness between them and they mutual crush was just great. It was so funny to read. The plotting was great and the story progressed nicely. I really like author's writing style.

Currently reading #1

This year's christmas time has been a nightmare. I've been sick (my both eyes have some kind of infection, they're so red that I look like some kind of zombie and I have some kind of flu too that's been lasting like 2 months) and I have a new job, so I don't have any holiday... I really am not christmas person. Shopping, cleaning, cooking... not really my thing. But yeah.. So I don't have much time to read. And I've been so tired, that I didn't feel like it either. But I'm currently reading few books that hope to finish by new year.

Veronica Roth: Allegiant (Divergent, #3)

One choice will define you.

What if your whole world was a lie?
What if a single revelation—like a single choice—changed everything?
What if love and loyalty made you do things you never expected?


I started this like a month ago and still I haven't finished it. This book has been pretty much a disappointment. I had such great expectations for this book (and I think that so did other people too) and it hasn't met them. Don't get me wrong, it hasn't been bad (at least not yet), but I hasn't been good either. I've read so many bad reviews that I'm little bit afraid to finish this. I'm about half way throught and there are still hope that this will be good. But because I'm so nosy, I couldn't help myself and I had to read those reviews, so I have a pretty good clue about what's going to happen and that why I'm not sure if I want to finish this. Maybe I just want to imagine and hope what's going to happen and I don't want to ruin it.
But I think that I really need to finish this, so I can get it out of my system and focus to some other series. So I'm really trying to read this by new year.

Jessica Shirvington: Empower (The Violet Eden Chapters, #5)

Who will Violet choose?

It has been two years since Violet Eden walked away from the city, her friends, her future and - most painfully - her soulmate, Lincoln. Part angel, part human, Violet is determined to stand by the promises she made to save the one she loves.


This is one of the books, that I've been waiting forever. At least it felt like forever. And now I don't feel like reading it. I don't know what's the matter. I began reading this early december and I'm not even half way throught. Usually one book takes only two-three days max. But I don't know... Maybe it's just that I haven't felt like reading at all, 'cos this is a good book. It really is. I love it. I especially love that it's not all hearts and flowers. It's pretty dark. Not that I enjoy other people's suffering, but I think it's great that sometimes there really is book where everything is not just fine and great and stuff. I donät know if you know what I mean, but I think that this really is something different. Violet is in pain, Lincoln is in pain, Phoenix is "dead" etc.. The beginning of this book is pretty dark and gloom and desperate. And I have really no clue what to expect. I'm still rooting for Phoenix, I love him (I love all "bad" guys), but I think that's not going to happen. But one can still hope, right? So I really need to pick this book up again and finish it, because I really need to know how this ends.

Jodi Meadows: Incarnate (Newsoul, #1)

Ana is new. For thousands of years in Range, a million souls have been reincarnated over and over, keeping their memories and experiences from previous lifetimes. When Ana was born, another soul vanished, and no one knows why.

Yes, I finally started this series last week. It's been in my tbr list a LONG time, so I thought it was finally time to pick it up. And I love it. I really regret that I haven't read this before. This book is just amazing. The whole world is just amazing. Meadows has really made something great. This is one of those books that I'd love to see as a movie. It's wonderful combination of new and old, traditional fantasy and modern scifi. I just love it. And the story is great too ;) I can close my eyes and I can imagine how everything looks and feels and smells. The writing is so good and detailed and whole. I don't know what else to say. This book is so great in so many ways.

Top Ten New-To-Me Authors I Read In 2013


(TTT is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish)
Oh boy. This is a hard one. How on earth I can pick? I've read soooo many wonderful books this year, that this is impossible decision. But lets try...

Top Ten New-To-Me Authors I Read In 2013

(not in order)

1. Wendy Higgins: Sweet Evil (Sweet Trilogy #1, 2012)

Embrace the Forbidden
What if there were teens whose lives literally depended on being bad influences?

This is the reality for sons and daughters of fallen angels.
Tenderhearted Southern girl Anna Whitt was born with the sixth sense to see and feel emotions of other people. She's aware of a struggle within herself, an inexplicable pull toward danger, but it isn't until she turns sixteen and meets the alluring Kaidan Rowe that she discovers her terrifying heritage and her willpower is put to the test. He's the boy your daddy warned you about. If only someone had warned Anna.

Forced to face her destiny, will Anna embrace her halo or her horns?

2. C.C. Hunter: Born at Midnight (Shadow Falls #1, 2011)

One night Kylie Galen finds herself at the wrong party, with the wrong people, and it changes her life forever. Her mother ships her off to Shadow Falls—a camp for troubled teens, and within hours of arriving, it becomes painfully clear that her fellow campers aren’t just “troubled.” Here at Shadow Falls, vampires, werewolves, shapeshifters, witches and fairies train side by side—learning to harness their powers, control their magic and live in the normal world.

Kylie’s never felt normal, but surely she doesn’t belong here with a bunch of paranormal freaks either. Or does she? They insist Kylie is one of them, and that she was brought here for a reason. As if life wasn’t complicated enough, enter Derek and Lucas. Derek’s a half-fae who’s determined to be her boyfriend, and Lucas is a smokin’ hot werewolf with whom Kylie shares a secret past. Both Derek and Lucas couldn’t be more different, but they both have a powerful hold on her heart.

Even though Kylie feels deeply uncertain about everything, one thing is becoming painfully clear—Shadow Falls is exactly where she belongs…

3. Jennifer Estep: Touch of Frost (Mythos Academy #1, 2011)

My name is Gwen Frost, and I go to Mythos Academy; a school of myths, magic and warrior whiz kids, where even the lowliest geek knows how to chop off somebody's head with a sword and Logan Quinn, the hottest Spartan guy in school, also happens to be the deadliest. But lately, things have been weird, even for Mythos. First, mean girl Jasmine Ashton was murdered in the Library of Antiquities. Then, someone stole the Bowl of Tears, a magical artifact that can be used to bring about the second Chaos War. You know, death, destruction and lots of other bad, bad things. Freaky stuff like this goes on all the time at Mythos, but I'm determined to find out who killed Jasmine and why; especially since I should have been the one who died...

4. Jennifer L. Armentrout: Half-Blood (Covenant #1, 2011)

The Hematoi descend from the unions of gods and mortals, and the children of two Hematoi pure bloods have godlike powers. Children of Hematoi and mortals--well, not so much. Half-bloods only have two options: become trained Sentinels who hunt and kill daimons or become servants in the homes of the pures. Seventeen-year-old Alexandria would rather risk her life fighting than waste it scrubbing toilets, but she may end up slumming it anyway. There are several rules that students at the Covenant must follow. Alex has problems with them all, but especially rule #1:Relationships between pures and halfs are forbidden. Unfortunately, she's crushing hard on the totally hot pure-blood Aiden. But falling for Aiden isn't her biggest problem--staying alive long enough to graduate the Covenant and become a Sentinel is. If she fails in her duty, she faces a future worse than death or slavery: being turned into a daimon, and being hunted by Aiden. And that would kind of suck.

5. Aimee Carter: The Goddess Test (Goddess Test #1, 2011)

Every girl who had taken the test has died.
Now it's Kate's turn.
It's always been just Kate and her mom - and her mother is dying. Her last wish? To move back to her childhood home. So Kate's going to start at a new school with no friends, no other family and the fear that her mother won't live past the fall.
Then she meets Henry. Dark. Tortured. And mesmerizing. He claims to be Hades, god of the Underworld - and if she accepts his bargain, he'll keep her mother alive while Kate tries to pass seven tests.
Kate is sure he's crazy - until she sees him bring a girl back from the dead. Now saving her mother seems crazily possible. If she succeeds, she'll become Henry's future bride and a goddess.
If she fails...

6. Karen Marie Moning: Darkfever (Fever #1, 2006)

MacKayla Lane’s life is good. She has great friends, a decent job, and a car that breaks down only every other week or so. In other words, she’s your perfectly ordinary twenty-first-century woman. Or so she thinks…until something extraordinary happens.

When her sister is murdered, leaving a single clue to her death–a cryptic message on Mac’s cell phone–Mac journeys to Ireland in search of answers. The quest to find her sister’s killer draws her into a shadowy realm where nothing is as it seems, where good and evil wear the same treacherously seductive mask. She is soon faced with an even greater challenge: staying alive long enough to learn how to handle a power she had no idea she possessed–a gift that allows her to see beyond the world of man, into the dangerous realm of the Fae….

As Mac delves deeper into the mystery of her sister’s death, her every move is shadowed by the dark, mysterious Jericho, a man with no past and only mockery for a future. As she begins to close in on the truth, the ruthless Vlane–an alpha Fae who makes sex an addiction for human women–closes in on her. And as the boundary between worlds begins to crumble, Mac’s true mission becomes clear: find the elusive Sinsar Dubh before someone else claims the all-powerful Dark Book–because whoever gets to it first holds nothing less than complete control of the very fabric of both worlds in their hands….

7. Marissa Meyer: Cinder (Lunar Chronicles #1, 2012)

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.

8. Sarah J. Maas: Throne of Glass (Throne of Glass #1, 2012)

After serving out a year of hard labor in the salt mines of Endovier for her crimes, 18-year-old assassin Celaena Sardothien is dragged before the Crown Prince. Prince Dorian offers her her freedom on one condition: she must act as his champion in a competition to find a new royal assassin. Her opponents are men-thieves and assassins and warriors from across the empire, each sponsored by a member of the king's council. If she beats her opponents in a series of eliminations, she'll serve the kingdom for three years and then be granted her freedom.

Celaena finds her training sessions with the captain of the guard, Westfall, challenging and exhilirating. But she's bored stiff by court life. Things get a little more interesting when the prince starts to show interest in her... but it's the gruff Captain Westfall who seems to understand her best.

Then one of the other contestants turns up dead... quickly followed by another.

Can Celaena figure out who the killer is before she becomes a victim? As the young assassin investigates, her search leads her to discover a greater destiny than she could possibly have imagined.
9. D. B. Reynolds: Raphael (Vampires in America #1, 2009)

Malibu, California-home to rock-and-roll gods and movie stars, the beautiful, the rich . . . and vampires.

Powerful and charismatic, Raphael is a Vampire Lord, one of the few who hold the power of life and death over every vampire in existence. Thousands call him Master and have pledged absolute loyalty on their very lives. But when, in a brazen and deadly daylight attack, a gang of human killers kidnaps the one female vampire he'd give his life for, Raphael turns to a human investigator to find his enemies before it's too late.

Cynthia Leighton is smart, tough and sexy, a private investigator and former cop who's tired of spying on cheating spouses and digging out old bank accounts. When Raphael asks for her help in tracking down the kidnappers, Cyn's happy to accept. But she soon realizes her greatest danger comes not from the humans, but from Raphael himself.

Battling Russian mobsters and treacherous vampires, and betrayed by those they trusted, Cyn and Raphael find themselves fighting for their lives while caught up in a passion of blood and violence that is destined to destroy them both.

10. Jenna Black: Dark Descendant (Nikki Glass #1, 2011)

Nikki Glass can track down any man. But when her latest client turns out to be a true descendant of Hades, Nikki now discovers she can’t die. . . .

Crazy as it sounds, Nikki’s manhunting skills are literally god-given. She’s a living, breathing descendant of Artemis who has stepped right into a trap set by the children of the gods. Nikki’s new “friends” include a descendant of Eros, who uses sex as a weapon; a descendant of Loki, whose tricks are no laughing matter; and a half-mad descendant of Kali who thinks she’s a spy.

But most powerful of all are the Olympians, a rival clan of immortals seeking to destroy all Descendants who refuse to bow down to them. In the eternal battle of good god/bad god, Nikki would make a divine weapon. But if they think she’ll surrender without a fight, the gods must be crazy...

Well, that was my top ten. This really difficult. There are so many great authors and great books and it's impossible for me to pick my top ten, but these were some of my favourites this year. I could name probably ten or twenty more I love as much, but I had to pick something, so these were my picks this time.

Amanda Gray: Endless

Amanda Gray: Endless

Jenny Kramer knows she isn't normal. After all, not everybody can see the past lives of people around them.

When she befriends Ben Daulton, resident new boy, the pair stumble on an old music box with instructions for “mesmerization” and discover they may have more in common than they thought. Like a past life.

Using the instructions in the music box, Ben and Jenny share a dream that transports them to Romanov Russia and leads them to believe they have been there together before. But they weren't alone. Nikolai, the mysterious young man Jenny has been seeing in her own dreams was there, too. When Nikolai appears next door, Jenny is forced to acknowledge that he has travelled through time and space to find her. Doing so means he has defied the laws of time, and the Order, an ominous organization tasked with keeping people in the correct time, is determined to send him back.

While Ben, Jenny and Nikolai race against the clock - and the Order - Jenny and Nikolai discover a link that joins them in life - and beyond death.


I received free ebook via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

The first thing that I noticed was the gorgeous cover. I love it. It is so beautiful. So peaceful. I would love to have it as a poster in my wall. Something about it is just... I love it. I absolutely love the cover.

But the book and the story. Well... It turned out to be quite different than I first thought. And in a good way. It was way more complex than I thought. The idea behind the story is great and it was so well written. I'm not usually big fan of time travel, but it worked. Like I said, it was different.

Everything in this book was like a mystery. There were this massive amount of puzzle pieces and piece by piece everything comes together. I couln't stop reading, I just needed to know what the next piece would be and how it would fit in. And it took a while to finally get some idea of the big picture. I think I had read over half of the book and I still didn't know what was going on. There were always something more you wanted to know and that was the main reason why I couln't stop reading. It was great how much little details there were about art and Romanovs and stuff. And it was great how story slowly reveals how past and present meet.

There were three main characters, one girl and two boys and yet Endless doesn't have that typical love triangle. First Jenny meet Ben, but can't stand him. Then they become friends and Ben turns out to be great and loyal friend. Then Nikolai comes into the picture and you can that first there is a little bit of tension, but luckily it clears out and Jenny and Ben are able to remain friends, even when Jenny and Nikolai grow closer.

The ending wraps thing up pretty nicely leaving room for sequel. And I really hope that there will be a sequel to this story. Ending was fine, but I think but it wasn't actually a happy ending. Well, it depends how you look it, but I think that there are still lot more in this story and would like to read more.

Stacey Wallace Benefiel: Found

Stacey Wallace Benefiel: Found (Penny Black, #1)

Penny Black hasn’t had it easy. Just about everything you’d expect to happen to a harassed foster-kid turned junkie has happened to Penny. Add in the mysterious power to rewind time, conducting events around her, and it’s a wonder she held up on the streets for so many years. Now, at seventeen, the New Society has found her. Finally, Penny is where she belongs. But that doesn’t stop the visions, or the need to protect the victims shown to her.

Wyatt Adams is excited and intrigued when his sister Melody assigns him to be Penny’s Lookout. Being the youngest, and hopelessly ordinary in the family that created the New Society, has left Wyatt feeling like he has a lot to prove -- and Penny is a big deal. She’s got abilities that surpass any he’s seen before…and pretty much every quality he looks for in a girlfriend, but no one needs to know about that, especially Penny.


I received a free ebook via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Just wow. Wow. That's the first word that comes in mind when I think about this book. I was a little sceptical, when I started this book, but I was so totally wrong! So wrong! This was really amazing book. Found is the first book in Penny Black trilogy that's spin-off of Zellie Wells trilogy. And I'm definally going to read that one too while I'm waiting for next book in this series. One great thing about this series is that it wasn't a problem that I haven't read the previous books. You can understand this story without reading them.

This was a really great story with interesting characters and backstory. This time rewinding thing seems really interesting (even though I noticed some problematics that bugged me after reading and got me pretty confused at times) and it's pretty cool ability. But the plot was great and intriguing and there were just the right amount romance, mystery and action.

And the ending.. WTF? Really. What the hell is going on? It was A SHOCK. I did not see that coming. But it was great. It was fabulous twist. I feel sorry for Wyatt, but oh boy, I just can't help but to love good drama and love triangle. I was so disappointed when this book ended and I can't wait to read the next one too. Can someone tell me when it will be published? I couldn't find the info anywhere.

But if there was anything I didn't like, it was the slang. I think it was annoying. But it was so small thing, that I can get over it. There kinds of books aren't usually my first picks in bookstore, but this was great. I think that if you like movies like X-Men or Jumper, you will love this book.

Marissa Meyer: Cress (Chapter One)

Marissa Meyer: Cress (Chapter One) (Lunar Chronicles, #3)

I received an ARC of the first chapter of Cress from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

How on earth one can review a chapter? It's not easy, there's not lot of material to do so, but I'll try. Well. Based on one chapter I can say that I'm excited. I can wait to read the whole book. Can you give it to me now? Like this second? No? Are you sure? Yeah, I thought so, but one can hope, right? I would to ANYTHING to get my hands on ARC. But 52 days of waiting ahead for me. I know that there are chapters 1-5 available for free, but it seems that not internationally. I haven't found any place that lets me download it, so that sucks.

But about this chapter.. Do I regret reading it? Yes. Why? Because I can't wait to read the whole book. This waiting is absolutely torture. This one chapter was perfect teaser. It really did its job. Cress as a character seems interesting. It will be interesting to see her actually get out of that satellite. And the last paragraph in this chapter? I have my own theories about what that means, but we'll see if I'm right about that one...

Updating my tbr list

Tuesday was Top Ten Tuesday and the theme was "winter tbr list". I has few great picks (I think), but I read also a lot of other people's lists and you had some really really great books picked. And there were few books that repeated over and over again. So I thought that maybe I should update my tbr list, because there were so many books and series that I haven't even started (or even heard of). I figured that they must be great or you all wouldn't have picked them. So here's my updated tbr list for this winter. I'm fully commited to reading these over this winter (or at least try).

Panic by Lauren Oliver (pub. March 2014)
This was one of those books, that repeated over and over again. I loved Delirium-series and I loved Before I Fall, so I'm convinved that this is going to be amazing book.

Incarnate (Newsoul, #1) by Jodi Meadows.
The last book in this series is coming out in 2014 and I haven't even started the first one. I've heard great things about this series, so maybe it's finally time to read it.

Throught the Ever Night (Under the Never Sky, #2) by Veronica Rossi
I read Under the Never Sky and I loved it, but then I sort of forgot the whole series. This series is also coming to it's end, so there's definally the need to catch up.

Uninvited (Uninvited, #1) (pub. Jan 2014) by Sophie Jordan
This book was also on many lists. I've read Sophie Jordan's Firelight series and it was good and this one sounds really interesting. It comes out in January, so maybe read some other her books before that, there's few that I haven't read.

Cruel Beauty (pub. Jan 2014) by Rosamund Hodge
I must confess that I've haven't ever heard of Rosamund Hodge before. But this sounds really great book, so I think that I will read it.

Unravel Me (Shatter Me, #2) by Tahereh Mafi
Another series, that I need to catch up before it ends. I read Shatter Me and then forgot all about this series (again).

Ok. That was my list for now. More later. I have a loooong list, but I'm little bit busy (working) now, so I need to continue this list later. But I must say that I'm super excited, there are lots and lots of great books with my name on them. :D

(That's me waiting to get my hand on these.)

Ally Carter: Perfect Scoundrels

Ally Carter: Perfect Scoundrels (Heist Society, #3)

Katarina Bishop and W.W. Hale the fifth were born to lead completely different lives: Kat comes from a long, proud line of loveable criminal masterminds, while Hale is the scion of one of the most seemingly perfect dynasties in the world. If their families have one thing in common, it's that they both know how to stay under the radar while getting-or stealing-whatever they want. No matter the risk, the Bishops can always be counted on, but in Hale's family, all bets are off when money is on the line. When Hale unexpectedly inherits his grandmother's billion dollar corporation, he quickly learns that there's no place for Kat and their old heists in his new role. But Kat won't let him go that easily, especially after she gets tipped off that his grandmother's will might have been altered in an elaborate con to steal the company's fortune. So instead of being the heir-this time, Hale might be the mark. Forced to keep a level head as she and her crew fight for one of their own, Kat comes up with an ambitious and far-reaching plan that only the Bishop family would dare attempt. To pull it off, Kat is prepared to do the impossible, but first, she has to decide if she's willing to save her boyfriend's company if it means losing the boy.

This is one of those books that are perfect when you want something fun and light and simple. It's one of those "feel good" books. It makes you smile and relax. It's something you can enjoy when you don't want to use your brain too much. It's simple, but yet so well written.

I can't say I'm a superfan, but I really like this series. It's something different. And it's not just for teens. I'm 24 and I love it. It's funny and silly. I loke Kat. She is fabulous. And her family.. :D Yeah, don't even know what to say, I'm just smiling here behind my laptop. Thinking about this series makes me smile. And I'm pretty sure that I'm going to read these books again. And again.

This was Hale's book. We got see him as a bigger character, not just Kat's love interest. Hale is great, but we didn't see him a lot in previous books. We knew that he's really rich and super loyal. That's pretty much it. So it was great to see and learn more about him. And see that vulnerability. Hale was just perfect.

I'm definally going to read more Ally Carter's work. She has this amazing talent write books that are simple, yet complex and they are so funny and silly and they just really make me smile.

Top Ten Tuesday On My Winter TBR list

(TTT is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish)

I don't usually have any particular "winter reading list", but this year I try to read some books that have been in my tbr list for a while. I have also few books from NetGalley that I really need to read..

1. Deborah Blumenthal: Mafia Girl (from NetGalley)

What's in a name? Everything if you have my name." At her exclusive Manhattan high school, seventeen-year-old Gia is the most hated/loved girl in school. Why? Her father doesn't have a boss. He is the boss--the capo di tutti cappi, boss of all bosses. Not that Gia cares. But life gets complicated when she meets a cop she calls "Officer Hottie" and feels a suprising chemistry. Then Vogue magazine wants to feature Gia in a fashion spread about real-life bad girls. On top of this, she's running for class president. Can Gia step out from under her dad's shadow and show everyone there's more to her than "Mafia Girl?

2. Amanda Gray: Endless (from NetGalley)

Jenny Kramer knows she isn't normal. After all, not everybody can see the past lives of people around them.

When she befriends Ben Daulton, resident new boy, the pair stumble on an old music box with instructions for “mesmerization” and discover they may have more in common than they thought. Like a past life.

Using the instructions in the music box, Ben and Jenny share a dream that transports them to Romanov Russia and leads them to believe they have been there together before. But they weren't alone. Nikolai, the mysterious young man Jenny has been seeing in her own dreams was there, too. When Nikolai appears next door, Jenny is forced to acknowledge that he has travelled through time and space to find her. Doing so means he has defied the laws of time, and the Order, an ominous organization tasked with keeping people in the correct time, is determined to send him back.

While Ben, Jenny and Nikolai race against the clock - and the Order - Jenny and Nikolai discover a link that joins them in life - and beyond death.

3. Stacey Wallace Benefiel: Found (from NetGalley)

Penny Black hasn’t had it easy. Just about everything you’d expect to happen to a harassed foster-kid turned junkie has happened to Penny. Add in the mysterious power to rewind time, conducting events around her, and it’s a wonder she held up on the streets for so many years. Now, at seventeen, the New Society has found her. Finally, Penny is where she belongs. But that doesn’t stop the visions, or the need to protect the victims shown to her.
Wyatt Adams is excited and intrigued when his sister Melody assigns him to be Penny’s Lookout. Being the youngest, and hopelessly ordinary in the family that created the New Society, has left Wyatt feeling like he has a lot to prove — and Penny is a big deal. She’s got abilities that surpass any he’s seen before…and pretty much every quality he looks for in a girlfriend, but no one needs to know about that, especially Penny.

4. Carrie Jones: Need

Pain shoots through my head. Fireworks. Explosions. All inside my brain. The white world goes dark and I know what's about to happen.

Zara White suspects there's a freaky guy semi-stalking her. She's also obsessed with phobias. And it's true, she hasn't exactly been herself since her stepfather died. But exiling her to shivery Maine to live with her grandmother? That seems a bit extreme. The move is supposed to help her stay sane...but Zara's pretty sure her mom just can't deal with her right now.

She couldn't be more wrong. Turns out the semi-stalker is not a figment of Zara's overactive imagination. In fact, he's still following her, leaving behind an eerie trail of gold dust. There's something not right - not human - in this sleepy Maine town, and all signs point to Zara.

In this creepy, compelling breakout novel, Carrie Jones delivers romance, suspense, and a creature you never thought you'd have to fear.
5. Julie Kagawa: The Lost Prince

Don’t look at Them. Never let Them know you can see Them.

That is Ethan Chase’s unbreakable rule. Until the fey he avoids at all costs—including his reputation—begin to disappear, and Ethan is attacked. Now he must change the rules to protect his family. To save a girl he never thought he’d dare to fall for.

Ethan thought he had protected himself from his older sister’s world—the land of Faery. His previous time in the Iron Realm left him with nothing but fear and disgust for the world Meghan Chase has made her home, a land of myth and talking cats, of magic and seductive enemies. But when destiny comes for Ethan, there is no escape from a danger long, long forgotten.

6. Melissa Marr: Carnival of Souls

In a city of daimons, rigid class lines separate the powerful from the power-hungry. And at the heart of The City is the Carnival of Souls, where both murder and pleasure are offered up for sale. Once in a generation, the carnival hosts a deadly competition that allows every daimon a chance to join the ruling elite. Without the competition, Aya and Kaleb would both face bleak futures—if for different reasons. For each of them, fighting to the death is the only way to try to live.

All Mallory knows of The City is that her father—and every other witch there—fled it for a life in exile in the human world. Instead of a typical teenage life full of friends and maybe even a little romance, Mallory scans quiet streets for threats, hides herself away, and trains to be lethal. She knows it's only a matter of time until a daimon finds her and her father, so she readies herself for the inevitable.While Mallory possesses little knowledge of The City, every inhabitant of The City knows of her. There are plans for Mallory, and soon she, too, will be drawn into the decadence and danger that is the Carnival of Souls.

7. Katie McGarry: Dare You To

Ryan lowers his lips to my ear. "Dance with me, Beth."

"No." I whisper the reply. I hate him and I hate myself for wanting him to touch me again....

"I dare you..."

If anyone knew the truth about Beth Risk's home life, they'd send her mother to jail and seventeen-year-old Beth who knows where. So she protects her mom at all costs. Until the day her uncle swoops in and forces Beth to choose between her mom's freedom and her own happiness. That's how Beth finds herself living with an aunt who doesn't want her and going to a school that doesn't understand her. At all. Except for the one guy who shouldn't get her, but does....

Ryan Stone is the town golden boy, a popular baseball star jock-with secrets he can't tell anyone. Not even the friends he shares everything with, including the constant dares to do crazy things. The craziest? Asking out the Skater girl who couldn't be less interested in him.

But what begins as a dare becomes an intense attraction neither Ryan nor Beth expected. Suddenly, the boy with the flawless image risks his dreams-and his life-for the girl he loves, and the girl who won't let anyone get too close is daring herself to want it all....

8. Melissa Marr: Darkest Mercy

Send the messengers for the Faery Courts. This is the end.
The Summer King is missing; the Dark Court is bleeding; and a stranger walks the streets of Huntsdale, his presence signifying the deaths of powerful fey.

Aislinn tends to the Summer Court, searching for her absent king and yearning for Seth. Torn between his new queen and his old love, Keenan works from afar to strengthen his court against the coming war. Donia longs for fiery passion even as she coolly readies the Winter Court for battle. And Seth, sworn brother of the Dark King and heir to the High Queen, is about to make a mistake that could cost his life.

Love, despair, and betrayal ignite the Faery Courts, and in the final conflict, some will win...and some will lose everything.

9. Andrea Cremer: Nightshade

Calla Tor has always known her destiny: After graduating from the Mountain School, she'll be the mate of sexy alpha wolf Ren Laroche and fight with him, side by side, ruling their pack and guarding sacred sites for the Keepers. But when she violates her masters' laws by saving a beautiful human boy out for a hike, Calla begins to question her fate, her existence, and the very essence of the world she has known. By following her heart, she might lose everything- including her own life. Is forbidden love worth the ultimate sacrifice?

10. Veronica Roth: Allegiant

The faction-based society that Tris Prior once believed in is shattered—fractured by violence and power struggles and scarred by loss and betrayal. So when offered a chance to explore the world past the limits she’s known, Tris is ready. Perhaps beyond the fence, she and Tobias will find a simple new life together, free from complicated lies, tangled loyalties, and painful memories.

But Tris’s new reality is even more alarming than the one she left behind. Old discoveries are quickly rendered meaningless. Explosive new truths change the hearts of those she loves. And once again, Tris must battle to comprehend the complexities of human nature—and of herself—while facing impossible choices about courage, allegiance, sacrifice, and love.

Jennifer L. Armentrout: Sentinel

Jennifer L. Armentrout: Sentinel (Covenant, #5)

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 swoonworthy 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.


“That was so Resident Evil,” Luke said, his eyes wide. “Awesome”
I cracked a grin, a little breathless. “It was kind of Alice awesome, wasn’t it?”

It was such a beautiful ending for this series. It was perfect. It was badass. It was sad. It was bittersweet. It was everything I hoped. I laughed, cried, feared and cursed the gods with this series and the journey was just absolutely amazing. It's so unbelievable that it really is over and this was the last book. But yes, THAT is how you end a book.

I waited so long to finally read this book and it was everything I hoped and even more. I loved this so much, I don't even know if can put it into words. I mean... It just was.

Aiden and Alex. Oh.. What can I say? It was sweet, really sweet. They love each other so much. They would do everything for each other, and they did. They did absolutely everything. They were willing to sacrifice everything. And... Yeah, I don't know what to say.

Seth. He's back. Wow. I always loved you and I will always love you. Ok, there were some moments when I hated you, but you are perfect just the way you are.

And the ending. I don't know what I can say without telling too much. It was really emotional. There were so many things I felt. I felt like crying, and yelling, and then crying again, and I wanted to laught and jump and scream and everything. It was so much. And then I wanted to KILL the author. How can she do this? How can she end this series that way? I mean WTF?! But then she saved the day and the ending was really beautiful. It really was. It was sad and it was happy. It was perfect. It really was everything. I was wordless.

“Agapi mou, you are my everything.”

J. Lynn: Wait for you

J. Lynn: Wait for You (Wait for you, #1)

Some things are worth waiting for…

Traveling thousands of miles from home to enter college is the only way nineteen-year-old Avery Morgansten can escape what happened at the Halloween party five years ago—an event that forever changed her life. All she needs to do is make it to her classes on time, make sure the bracelet on her left wrist stays in place, not draw any attention to herself, and maybe—please God—make a few friends, because surely that would be a nice change of pace. The one thing she didn’t need and never planned on was capturing the attention of the one guy who could shatter the precarious future she’s building for herself.

Some things are worth experiencing…

Cameron Hamilton is six feet and three inches of swoon-worthy hotness, complete with a pair of striking blue eyes and a remarkable ability to make her want things she believed were irrevocably stolen from her. She knows she needs to stay away from him, but Cam is freaking everywhere, with his charm, his witty banter, and that damn dimple that’s just so… so lickable. Getting involved with him is dangerous, but when ignoring the simmering tension that sparks whenever they are around each other becomes impossible, he brings out a side of her she never knew existed.

Some things should never be kept quiet…

But when Avery starts receiving threatening emails and phone calls forcing her to face a past she wants silenced, she’s has no other choice but to acknowledge that someone is refusing to allow her to let go of that night when everything changed. When the devastating truth comes out, will she resurface this time with one less scar? And can Cam be there to help her or will he be dragged down with her?

And some things are worth fighting for…


This book reminded me of Jamie McGuire's Beautiful Disaster. A lot. It was probably a coinsidence, but sometimes there were almost like a "dèjá vu", like I've already read this once. Don't get me wrong, I think this was amazing book. The story was great. It was so touching and tragic. It was a real "survival story". There were just some elements that were really similar.

I think that if you read Beautiful Disaster and liked it, you'll probably like this one too. Other one that was somehow pretty similar was Pushing The Limits. I've loved all of these, there were some similar elements.

I really don't know what to say about this book. I loved it. That's it. It was great and it was really touching story. It was amazing how Avery learned to live and to trust again. And how patient Cameron was. Both had their own secrets and they had to learn to trust each other. I don't know... It was just beautiful book.

I've read a lot of reviews from people that didn't like this book and said that it was too similar with Beautiful Disaster and other NA books. I understand them and in a way I agree. It was pretty similar. But to me.. I liked. Shoot be if you want, but I really loved it.

Julia Crane: Freak of Nature

Julia Crane: Freak of Nature (IFICS, #1)

I received free ebook from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


Donate Body to Science. Check.
When seventeen-year-old Kaitlyn checked the box, she never suspected she’d have her life–and her body–stolen from her. She awakens one day in a secret laboratory to discover that her body is now half-robot and is forced to hide her own secret: that she still has human emotions and a human mind. If the scientists who made her find out, they’ll erase what remains of who she was.

Kaitlyn finds an unlikely ally in Lucas, a handsome, brilliant scientist who can’t get over the guilt he feels knowing she was once a vibrant, beautiful young woman. He never expected a science project to affect him the way she does. As he tries to help her rediscover her past, he finds himself falling for the brave girl struggling to find her place and acceptance between the human and computer worlds.


The first thing a noticed about this book (obviously) was the cover. I love it. It was the first thing that made me want to read this book. And then I started to read the book. The beginning was great, I loved the story and idea behind this book and I thought it was really promising.

English isn't my first language, so I'm not really sure if understood everything correctly, but there were some things that kinda didn't make sense. Like the fact that first they say that there are cameras everywhere and they need to be really careful what so say or how to act, so the cameras don't catch them. And then suddenly Kaitlin and Lucas are kissing in a middle of the yard? Right. So nobody sees them, but then next time when they are sitting and talking under the tree, the guard comes almost immedialy 'cos they are in a blindspot and they can't see them. There few other times too, when I got the feeling that things didnät make sense, if you know what I mean..

What the first half of the book was really good if you can forget those things. And the truth is that almost every book has some "mistakes", so I can forgive. But I think that the other half of the book wasn't as good. The story progressed too fast and it felt pretty rushed. There weren't enought details and the book felt like it wasn't really finished. Like the first half was finished and the ending only a draft. There were so much potential and the book could have been great, but it wasn't "polished" enought.

The ending was kinda lame, everything was too easy for Kaitlin and Lucas. I can't really imagine that any multimillionare (or billionare) changing his mind so fast. First he spends millions and millions to this project and then he just changes his mind about it.

But I'm not losing my hope. I know that there are next book coming and I hope that it will be more "prefessionaly" written and maybe little more polished. The story and idea is really great and there is so much potential, it just need a little bit more polishing.

Mary Higgins Clark: Where Are You Now?

Sometimes even I need a little break from vampires and werewolves and stuff and when that happens, I have few favourite authors whose books I like to read. And the honor this time goes to Mary Higgins Clark. She is one wonderful lady. Some of you may know her, she's written so many books that it's almost miracle if haven't heard of her. She is the murder queen. She is Queen of Suspence.
She's been writing since the 70's I think. I think I (and my mother) own about 20 of her books. Maybe more. So there are lots of her books that I haven't read. This time my "escape-from-fantasy" book is...

Mary Higgins Clark: Where Are You Now? (2008)

It has been ten years since twenty-one-year-old Charles MacKenzie Jr. ("Mack") went missing. A Columbia University senior, about to graduate and already accepted at Duke University Law School, he walked out of his apartment on Manhattan's Upper West Side without a word to his college roommates and has never been seen again. However, he does make one ritual phone call to his mother every year: on Mother's Day. Each time, he assures her he is fine, refuses to answer her frantic questions, then hangs up. Even the death of his father, a corporate lawyer, in the tragedy of 9/11 does not bring him home or break the pattern of his calls.

Mack's sister, Carolyn, is now twenty-six, a law school graduate, and has just finished her clerkship for a civil court judge in Manhattan. She has endured two family tragedies, yet she realizes that she will never be able to have closure and get on with her life until she finds her brother. She resolves to discover what happened to Mack and why he has found it necessary to hide from them. So this year when Mack makes his annual Mother's Day call, Carolyn interrupts to announce her intention to track him down, no matter what it takes. The next morning after Mass, her uncle, Monsignor Devon MacKenzie, receives a scrawled message left in the collection basket: "Uncle Devon, tell Carolyn she must not look for me."


The idea behind this book was pretty mush the same as in all Mary Higgins Clark books. Young wealthy well-educated woman with a mystery. This time it's missing brother. There are also some romance (like always) and as usual he is an old "friend". Well, her brother's friend. All the usual elements are there.

The book was book as always and as always I didn't have clue about the bad guy. There was few times when I suspected, but I wasn't sure. I read this book in finnish, so I don't if it was the translation or if this book really wasn't as good as usually they are. The writing was sometimes "clumsy". I don't know better word for it. It could have been that there was just lousy translator.

I've read a lot of her books and usually I really enjoy them. But this one... I don't know. I just felt tired. It felt like every book is the same. This time it didn't work. It just felt old. Everything was old news. I'm sorry, but couldn't she invent something new for a change.

Sorry, but I really was kinda disappointed with this book. I've liked Higgins Clark's book for years and I don't know why I didn't like this one.

Nostalgic Monday - Sunglasses after dark

I've been a passionate reader almost my whole life. The series I really loved was propably Nancy Drew-series. Well, who little girl doesn't? I've read every book that was translated to finnish, so about 100 books. There are lots and lots of other books I loved too, but that's the one I loved to most.

This blog isn't really about my childhood books, but today I'm feeling little nostaltic and want to introduce you one vampire book that I love above all. It's my very first vampire book, that I bought with my own money. I was maybe 11 or 12 years old at that time and sometimes I wonder what the saleslady was thinking when she sold this book to me, bacause this one is NOT a book for children. NOT AT ALL. And the book is....

Nancy A. Collins: Sunglasses after dark (Sonja Blue, #1)

A debut horror novel featuring a vampire, Sonja Blue, who escapes from a mental hospital leaving a trail of corpses in her wake. As we learn about her early life, we are taken on a nightmarish tour of a world inhabited by other types of non-humans - ogres, zombies and, of course, vampires.

This one is REALLY old book. It was first published in 1989, so it's older than I am. (few months) It was old when I bought it and it's even older now. Well, not old compared to many many other books, but old to me. But that really was my first adult vampire book. I've maybe read some other vampire books that were childrens books, but I think that this one was my first "real" vampire book. To me it's legendary.

There are other Sonja Blue -books, that this is the only one I've read. I think there are 7 books in this series. Someday I'm going to read them too, but I'm not in a hurry.

I can't remember why I bought this book, maybe I just liked the cover. I don't think that I really knew what this book was about, 'cos I really think that this isn't really good for for kids. There are sex and rape and horror and blood and other really gory stuff, especially if you are a kid. I wouldn't let my kid read this. But I really love this book and I think that I've read it almost 10 times. My paperback is really worn out and it's a miracle it's still in one piece.

So yeah.. That's it for now. I just wanted to share this one piece with you all, cos I think that this book was monumental for me and it's propably one of the main reasons why I love vampire books and urban fantasy so much.

2014 waiting list

This year is coming to an end and it's time to look to future. 2014 is just around the corner and there are lots of great books coming up. Here's my top 10 waiting list (not in particular order), what's yours?

1. Richelle Mead: Silver Shadows

In The Fiery Heart, Sydney risked everything to follow her gut, walking a dangerous line to keep her feelings hidden from the Alchemists.

Now in the aftermath of an event that ripped their world apart, Sydney and Adrian struggle to pick up the pieces and find their way back to each other. But first, they have to survive. 

Ok, The Fiery Heart was just published, but that doesn't mean that I can't be already waiting for the next book, right? Especially after that cliffhanger.. July is long way to come, but this is absolutely one the most torturuous wait for me.

2. Marissa Meyer: Cress

In this third book in the bestselling Lunar Chronicles series, Cinder and Captain Thorne are fugitives on the run, with Scarlet and Wolf in tow. Together, they’re plotting to overthrow Queen Levana and her army.

Their best hope lies with Cress, who has been trapped on a satellite since childhood with only her netscreens as company. All that screen time has made Cress an excellent hacker—unfortunately, she’s just received orders from Levana to track down Cinder and her handsome accomplice.

This is one the books that I really need. Like yesterday. I would do anything to get my hand on ACR. Luckily this comes out in feb, so hopely time will fly.

3. Kiera Cass: The One

The Selection changed the lives of thirty-five girls forever. And now, the time has come for one winner to be chosen.

America never dreamed she would find herself anywhere close to the crown—or to Prince Maxon's heart. But as the competition approaches its end and the threats outside the palace walls grow more vicious, America realizes just how much she stands to lose—and how hard she'll have to fight for the future she wants.

This one isn't actually fantasy. It's more like dystopia, which isn't usually my favourite genre, but it's beginning to grown on me. I fell like I have been waiting this book forever and there are still over 4 months.. Noooo...

4. Richelle Mead: The Immortal Crown

Gameboard of the Gods introduced religious investigator Justin March and Mae Koskinen, the beautiful supersoldier assigned to protect him. Together they have been charged with investigating reports of the supernatural and the return of the gods, both inside the Republic of United North America and out. With this highly classified knowledge comes a shocking revelation: Not only are the gods vying for human control, but the elect—special humans marked by the divine—are turning against one another in bloody fashion.

Richelle Mead is one of my all time favourite authors, so it isn't much of a surprise that there is another books of hers in my list. I think that this series is little bit different than other Meads books, but I love it all the same.

5. Wendy Higgings: Sweet Reckoning.

It’s time.

Evil is running rampant and sweet Anna Whitt is its target. Nobody knows when or how the Dukes will strike, but Anna and her Nephilim allies will do anything necessary to rid the earth of the demons and their oppressive ways.

The stakes are higher than ever, and Anna is determined that the love she feels will be her strength, not a liability. But trying to protect the ones she loves while running for her life and battling demonic forces proves to be perilous—especially as faces are changing and trust is fleeting. When the Duke of Lust sends Anna’s great love, Kaidan Rowe, to work against her, Anna must decide how much she’s prepared to risk.

In the most sensual and fast-paced installment yet, Sweet Reckoning brings all the beloved Neph together one last time to fight for their freedom.

Ok, I must confess that I think this cover looks pretty stupid, but I've decided not to care. This series was something new to me and I really fell in love with this one. There's still time to april, but one must be patient, right?

6. J.R. Ward: The King

Long live the King…

After turning his back on the throne for centuries, Wrath, son of Wrath, finally assumed his father’s mantle--with the help of his beloved mate. But the crown sets heavily on his head. As the war with the Lessening Society rages on, and the threat from the Band of Bastards truly hits home, he is forced to make choices that put everything--and everyone--at risk.

Beth Randall thought she knew what she was getting into when she mated the last pure blooded vampire on the planet: An easy ride was not it. But when she decides she wants a child, she’s unprepared for Wrath’s response--or the distance it creates between them.

The question is, will true love win out... or tortured legacy take over?

YEJ!! Another one. I LOVE this series and I am absolutely sertain that I'll love this book too. Another Wrath and Beth story, who wouldn't love that?

7. Jennifer Estep: Killer Frost

I’ve battled the Reapers of Chaos before–and survived. But this time I have a Bad, Bad Feeling it’s going to be a fight to the death … most likely mine.

Yeah, I’ve got my psychometry magic, my talking sword, Vic–and even the most dangerous Spartan on campus at my side, in Logan freaking Quinn, but I’m no match for Loki, the evil Norse god of chaos. I may be Nike’s Champion, but at heart, I’m still just Gwen Frost, that weird Gypsy girl everyone at school loves to gossip about.

Then someone I love is put in more danger than ever before, and something inside me snaps. This time, Loki and his Reapers are going down for good … or I am.

6th book in this series and I've loved every minute of it. Is it the final book? I'n not sure, but it sure sounds like it. So much have happened and it's unbelievable that this could be the end.. But every great series has to end and it's better if they don't drag it out too long, so the quality doesn't drop.

8. Brodi Ashton: Evertrue

Now that Nikki has rescued Jack, all she wants is to be with him and graduate high school. But Cole tricked Nikki into feeding off him, and she’s begun the process of turning into an Everliving herself... which means she must feed on a Forfeit soon — or die.

Terrified for her survival, Nikki and Jack begin a desperate attempt to reverse the process using any means possible. Even Cole, who they expected to fight them at every turn, has become an unlikely ally — but how long can it last? Nikki needs to feed on Cole to survive, Cole needs Nikki to gain the throne in the Everneath, Jack needs Nikki because she is everything to him — and together, they must travel back to the Underworld to undo Nikki’s fate and make her mortal once more. But Cole isn’t the only one with plans for Nikki: the Queen has not forgotten Nikki’s treachery, and she wants her destroyed for good. Will Nikki be forced to spend eternity in the Underworld, or does she have what it takes to bring down the Everneath once and for all?

In this stunning conclusion to the Everneath trilogy, Brodi Ashton evokes the resiliency of the human spirit and the indomitable power of true love.

It feels like it's been forever since I read the previous book and wait is finally almost over. The series is almost over. Yikes. And I'm still rooting for Cole. Loving Bad Guys Forever United! That's me.

9. Julie Kagawa: The Forever Song


Allison Sekemoto once struggled with the question: human or monster?

With the death of her love, Zeke, she has her answer.


Allie will embrace her cold vampire side to hunt down and end Sarren, the psychopathic vampire who murdered Zeke. But the trail is bloody and long, and Sarren has left many surprises for Allie and her companions—her creator, Kanin, and her blood brother, Jackal. The trail is leading straight to the one place they must protect at any cost—the last vampire-free zone on Earth, Eden. And Sarren has one final, brutal shock in store for Allie.

In a ruined world where no life is sacred and former allies can turn on you in one heartbeat, Allie will face her darkest days. And if she succeeds, triumph is short-lived in the face of surviving forever alone.

This one doesn't have even a cover yet, but I'm still waiting for this one. The previous book and it's ending... I don't know what to say.. Waiting is torture.

10. Gena Showalter: The Darkest Touch

I don't know almost anything about this, except that it's Torin's story. I've loved this series right from the beginning and this will be 11th book. Can't wait.


Ok, that was my short list. I know that there are lots and lots of great books coming in 2014 and this was only the top of the iceberg and I'm pretty centain that I've forgotten few really great books from this list. But what do you think? What books are waiting for?