Saturday, 30 June 2012

Outlander Read-a-Long - Chapters 1-7

I have gotten off to a brilliant start with this read-a-long - not. Just started and I am already 2 weeks behind. *sigh*

Here goes.

1. Outlander is a well-known book. Before you cracked it open, what were your expectations or assumptions about this story? Or did you jump into it with a blank slate? 

I was first Introduced to Outlander when I was 13 by my school librarian believe it or not. She didn’t give me them to red or anything but she did read them in front of me and lunchtime. Yes, I was one of those kids who went to the library to eat their lunch and help stack books. So yeah, she read them in front of me, which, we all know is tantamount to putting it into someone’s hand when that someone is an avid reader. It wasn’t until a year or so down the line that I managed to get my hands on it from the local library. To be honest I was kind of bored by it and it wasn’t until last year that I finally read it all the way through and loved it. So I went in with a kinda, sorta, blank slate last year but this time around, no ;)

2. Claire’s husband, Frank, is fascinated with learning more and more facts about his family tree, which extends back pretty far. Do you or anyone in your family keep a family tree? How many years/generations back does it go? If not, have you ever considered or attempted to create one?

*sings* I hate Frank! Tralalalalalaaaaa.

Anyway, no we do not keep a family tree (at least no on in my immediate family does anyway). My only experience with a family tree was when we had to do one for school. I only know of my family as far back as my great grandparents on my mums mum, side of the family. After that the family was in Ireland… I do believe that I have quite a few gazillian times removed cousins over there and in America…

Ummmm I won’t deny that after watching that TV programme where the celebrities find out about where they came from I am not intrigued by the idea but I would not want to make a family tree. I am not a believer that I need to know where I came from to know where I am going or anything like that (my pet hate in ‘I-am-not-a-person-until-I know-who-my-father is’ films) so I do not have that to motivate me and although I would find it interesting I just don’t have the time… (or maybe I am just shallow ;))

3. How did you find Claire’s initial conclusion as to her surroundings after waking up from going through the stones? Did you think that was a reasonable conclusion?

Realistic! I think when I read a book I like to think that I am above the character I am reading about in how they react to things. ‘*scoff* yeah right, I would totally not do that!’ – that kind of thing. But nope. I totally agree with her.

4. How about her composed, rational way of dealing with the fact she’s traveled back in time. Did you find it believable? Do you think you would have acted the same way?

I think that her way of dealing with what had happened may have come from her being a nurse during the war. As a nurse she would have to be adaptable, be able to push her own feeling aside and able to handle whatever was thrown at her, so seeing it like this I think that her way of dealing with it was believable. If it was someone else, I am not so sure. Ummm…I would like to say yes, but the truth would be no. As soon as I realised where I was I would be all “Noooooooooooooo. My blog!” lol. 

5. At this point in the story, what are your feelings or expectations on Claire and Jamie? Is Frank still a factor for you?
Um since I have already read this I can’t really answer that. Although I will say that I found theit interactions kind of cute the first read around and I still do now.

Frank ceased to be a factor for me after I met him. SO don’t like that man! Although I do feel sorry for Claire and she obviously misses him. *mumbles* Though I don’t know why.

Bonus Question: Frank encounters a man outside of the inn where he and Claire are staying. He is afraid it might have been a ghost. What do you believe it was? Do you have any predictions or suspicions on what that was about?

This is one of the hang-ups with Outlander fans from what I have gathered. Who is the ghostly scot? The romantic in me would like to think that it is Jamie and that he and Claire are caught in some kind of loop and that no matter who is alive or dead they are never apart from one another. *sigh*

TADA! Better late than never right :)

Friday, 29 June 2012

Feature and Follow and TGIF

Feature and Follow Friday!

Follow Friday is a weekly Blog Hop that can be found over at Parajunkee’s View.

Q: Birthday Wishes — 
Blow out the candles and imagine what character could pop out of your cake…who is it and what book are they from??

Only 1! *sulk*

At this moment in time I think I would have to go with Tamnais Nathrach from the Rain Benares Series by Lisa Shearin. 

Can't beat a tall, dark and sexy goblin mage guys ;)

TGIF is a weekly meme that can be found over at Every week you can find a question that is bound to get you thinking. 

Best I've Read So Far: 
We're half way through the year (crazy how time flies!), which top 3 books are the best you've read so far this year?

Why, why this question? I hate making choices...

*cracks knuckles*

Since I am here I had better answer it I suppose. 

 Ok, so, for funnies I will say Lisa Shearin's finale book in the Raine Benares series "All Spell Breaks Loose". All of Lisa Shearin's books (see what I did there ;)) are packed from cover to cover with laugh-out-loud moments. They are great fun. And not to mention that each of the books has a very snazzy cover. 

"The Murder of Roger Ackroyd" I really enjoyed this locked room mystery - it s a brilliant starting place for getting into Agatha Christie's work.

"Dork Diaries 3.5 - How to Dork Your Diary" This was my first book of 2012 and if I remember correctly I was feeling pretty low at the time when I got it. This book did a brilliant job of cheering me up. It is part how-to guide and part story. It also has blank pages for the last half of the book for the reader to try out keeping their own diary. I think Diary of a Wimpy Kid did the same thing at some point :)

Phew. Did it ;) My 3 choices :)

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Thursday, 28 June 2012

How to Be a Pirate (How to Train Your Dragon Bk #2) by Cressida Cowell

Follows the further adventures and misadventures of Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III as his Viking training continues and his father leads a stranger and the Hairy Hooligans to the Isle of Skullions in search of a pirate's treasure.
(Image and description from Goodreads)

Hiccup really shows what he is made of in this book and in my mind this kid is a true hero. I think it is a crying shame that he is constantly living with this constant doubt hanging over him. Worried that one day his father will see that he is not fit to be his heir (despite everything that he has done) and replace him with his cousin.

But when it comes down to it he has the nerve and the heart that a chief needs to keep his people safe. His cousin is very happy to act the leader but when it comes down to it he doesn’t want to face the dangers of the job. This is shown clearly when Hiccup stands up when an enemy tribe leader demands to know who the heir is. (by the way this ain’t no comical enemy, this is a ‘I will kill you if I can’ kind of enemy’)

In this book we have the introduction of a new villain, Alvin the Treacherous – and something screams at me that he is going to be a recurring villain because, as we all know Villains. Just. Don’t. Die!

Not a let-down at all guys. Lived up to the first book.

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Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Woolgather Wednesday (3) Kill that Book Stone Dead!

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Yip, we all have them. Sadly I think that for those who weren't readers before school this could be a make or break for developing a love of literature.

Thankfully I was a reader before the dreaded English Class leapt upon me.

But, it still well and truly killed me love of some books.

So, shall we begin?

Goodnight Mr Tom
I used to like this but now I can’t even watch it all the way through when the film comes onto the TV. The number of times we read and re-read passages in class because the teacher wasn’t keeping record of where we were in it *shiver* I have never been so glad to get to the end of required read before in my life.

Next up.

Short Stories
Why do English teachers seem to think it is their duty to find the worst short stories and poetry in existence to make their students study. First of all if you are going to pick a story to have them do make sure they understand it. As in don’t have half the text in freaking Gaelic! (Long story, I won’t bore you with that one). But really, iy must be some kind of undisputable law of the universe, or all of my teachers are sadistic and got some kind of twisted enjoyment out of boring us stupid.

Of Mice and Men
Yes, I get this is a classic, highly regarded and all that jazz but I HATED it. I hated it the first time we had to read it and by the time we were done studying it that feeling was fully ingrained.

And the last one that I can bring to mind isn’t a novel but a play. And once again it is a classic.

A Streetcar Named Desire
I have NEVER in my life hated a fictional man so much as I did Stanley and it tainted my enjoyment of the entire play. I despised him. And want to know that is truly disturbing? His kind of characteristics seem to ne seeping into the ‘hero’ characters of a few books I have been reading. Hell no. That IS NOT attractive one little bit people!

So there we have it. The book that thanks to repetitive reading in a short period of time I cannot stand now.

I will say though (before I leave you in peace) that one thing my English class in secondary school did was give me a love of Shakespeare.

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Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Tune in Tuesday

Tune in Tuesday is a weekly feature that you can find at GReads and it gives us a chance to show off some of our favourite music :)

And, in keeping with Disney Villain songs.

I give you Scar!

"...are as wet as a warthogs backside
Thick as you are, pay attention"
The whole song is pretty much a great big insult...

But hey, he is a decent villain anyway. Killed his brother, tried to kill his nephew (thought he had succeeded what with sending the hyenas after him) and then to top it all off apparently caused a drought, DUDE this guys can control the WEATHER top points on the crazy-evil-overlord scale. ;)
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Monday, 25 June 2012

How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell

Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III is a truly extraordinary Viking hero known throughout Vikingdom as "the Dragon Whisperer" ... but it wasn't always so. Travel back to the days when the mighty warrior was just a boy, the quiet and thoughtful son of the Chief of the Hairy Hooligans. Can Hiccup capture a dragon and train it without being torn limb from limb? Join the adventure as the small boy finds a better way to train his dragon and becomes a hero!

I loved the film of this so I was both itching and apprehensive about reading this. After all there is always the risk of the film slaughtering the books or the book being terrible and the film being better.

Either way, something is going to be a disappointment.

BUT I am pleased to announce that in this instance BOTH are brilliant - highly different from each other but both good in their own way.

Moving onto the book.

We have Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III heir to the Hairy Hooligans tribe and quite possibly the worst Viking ever until a giant dragon washes up on the beach near his village ready to eat everyone and then he comes into his own.

Like many books we have the totally average kid who will end up being out hero but what I really enjoyed about this that Hiccup is in a position that we would think would keep him out of the firing line of bullies. After all, he is the chief’s son, and future chief of the tribe. But we (ok, I) would be wrong. He is bullied and put down. And in a strange way that is what I liked most. Despite being in a position that could make him puffed and full of himself he is not. He doesn’t think he is entitled to more than any of the other kids and even views himself as less than them because he is smaller than the rest of them. But in the long run he shows that it is what is inside his heart that makes him a hero. Cheesy I know but super good!

The major difference between the book and the film is that Vikings and dragons are not sworn enemies. The dragons are caught and trained by the Vikings for hunting and travel etc. And it was this difference that made the book all the more enjoyable.  

Toothless – Hiccup’s dragon – is a little terror, refusing to do anything that Hiccup asks him to. And yet, like Hiccup, he is different from his own kind and is bullied by the other dragons. But like Hiccup he comes out on top.

Marvellous first book of a series!

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Saturday, 23 June 2012

Stacking the Shelves #3

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme that you can find over at Tynga's Reviews :)

Hi everyone :)

I was going to try and not buy anything this week but these were begging to come home with me.

No, really, they were. (It was pretty pathetic actually ;))

If you follow me on twitter you may will have heard me talking about the How to Train Your Dragon series. I am a bit addicted. :). So I picked up the 5th and 6th book today (I went into my local Waterstones earlier this week and they were out of stock :()

And here is what I bought the day I went to get the How to Train You Dragon books but they weren't there. Ok, the way I see it is that I had the pennies in my hand (well...purse) and it goes against everything to go out of a bookshop empty handed. Yes, limp excuse but I a sticking to it ;)

Anyway, I have heard wonderful things about The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making (wow, try saying THAT one with a couple of glasses of wine in you) so it was the first I picked up and I have read Nobodies Girl by Sarra Manning and LOVED it so I am sure I will enjoy Adorkable :)

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Friday, 22 June 2012

TGIF - Authors are our Celebrities - Diana Gabaldon

TGIF is a weekly meme that can be found over at Every week you can find a question that is bound to get you thinking. 

Authors Are Our Celebrities: Have you ever contacted 
an author you admired? How did that experience go? If not, which author would you love to have a chat with?

Hmmm contact?

As in email? No.

Contact as in twitter? Yes! (what a dark and terrible place my life was pre-twitter ;))

So, yip, I have tweeted some of my favourite authors. Nothing deep and profound (sheesh, what dou you want from me) I am ashamed to say, and some I have heard back from – and this blows my mind every single time it happens.

One time that stands out in my mind was that AWESOME day when Diana Gabaldon replied to me :)

I was listening to her podcast (a brilliant listen if you are into her books by the way) and I tweeted about it. Like I said it was nothing deeeeeeeeep. Just something along the lines of,” listening to Diana Gabaldon podcast. Really enjoying it. Best bit blah blah blah.” 

You get the gist.

Now, Diana Gabaldon is a pretty famous and author and in all honesty I wasn’t even expecting her to see the tweet. So you can imagine the squidgy mixture of freaking out and ecstatic amazement when I got a reply from the lady herself. Seriously it was a very stressful situation for me. I didn’t know what to do. Was I supposed to reply back or what? I wrote and re-wrote my reply several times before sending it.

That is something that I have never forgotten. :)

**Image from Greads :))

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Feature and Follow Friday - Unread that Book!

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Q: If you could “unread” a book, which one would it be? Is it because you want to start over and experience it again for the first time? Or because it was THAT bad?

Switched by Amanda Hocking. I wish I could strike this book from my mind.  I hated it!!! Bugged the life out of me. Normally if a book annoys me this much I can find SOMETHING (ANYTHING) to redeem it in my eyes. Not so with this book.

Now I realise that this opinion is not shared by everyone as it is a VERY successful series. 

But for me…*reaches for the brain tipex* 

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Thursday, 21 June 2012

Review - The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie

(I do not want to give anything away with this review so it is going to be very short :))

One of Christie's most celebrated and intriguing whodunnits, featuring the incomparable Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. The sleuth is called in to investigate the murder of wealthy businessman Roger Ackroyd - who has been found dead in a locked room!
(Description from Goodreads)


I really need to come up with another word don’t I… Hmm… Blethericious (?)

Moving on.

This is the first Christie book I have read properly without just making it a quick flick. This was the first because it was the first that I got though the Agatha Christie books bolection (this comes out every fortnight in the UK). And believe me, whoever made the decision to make this the first book made a smashing choice. I know that it has got me wanting to read more.

In this book me are introduced to Hercule Poirot through the eyes of the narrator who in the local doctor. Having only know Poirot through the David Suchet adaptations I loved reading about him and seeing how he is viewed by others.

The characters are anything but plain and in true crime fashion everyone has a motive…. But did they have the mean?

Great mind bending read!

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Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Novel Extract - Dragon Rider's Gift by KH LeMoyne

Title: Dragon Rider’s Gift
Author: KH LeMoyne
Genre: Fantasy Romance, Adult

Roark of Nedres spent his life absorbing lore, legend, and rumor to claim his dragon beast in order to save his people. Nothing has prepared him for the ultimate bond fate will demand.

Princess Nira Meriel Estar was born with the power of prophecy. Her most recent vision forecasts a dire fate for her people, promises few answers, and will deliver the country of Fyrhall a victorious future or crushing defeat.

Kraz, an ancient dragon of mythical power and knowledge, has eluded capture for a thousand years. However, only a dragon of great wisdom would consider an eternal bond to his warrior rider to save his dragon race.

Three souls. Two hearts. One courageous calling.


“Then call your dragon, Roark of Nedres.”
His own dragon? Something new. Nira leaned farther out, only to realize she’d end up on the ground below with her skirts about her head. Best to join her father after all.
By the time she reached her father’s side, her handmaiden in tow, Roark of Nedres stood at the far end of the field. The distance didn’t help her assess his features, but he’d tossed his cloak aside. Her assumption of padding proved unfounded. The sleeveless leather vest and pants hid none of his lean muscle or the long dark sigils that wove along one arm. Fascinated, she watched him go to one knee and bow his head.
No shout. No command. A prayer depicted his ritual. An expectant silence from the crowd accompanied his actions. Dragons were magical, ethereal, and scarce. To foster a claim of finding an egg was considered a sign of great blessing. It was unheard of for a creature of such power to remain hidden and undetected, much less be brought to heel at full maturity.
Nira’s gaze searched the far skies. Roark’s claim was the most exciting event to occur during the rider selection process in years. Holding her breath, she strove to memorize the exquisite sensation of anticipation and hope. If he proved false, she still wanted this feeling in her memory forever.
The skies before her remained clear and powder blue. Not prepared to sink into defeat, she refused to blink. For a split second, she considered the cause of the dark shadow above her to be a trick of the light and a watery eye.
With a gasp, she clutched the balcony railing as a gust blew strands of her hair about her face. Nothing disguised the glorious, burnished copper belly of the beast gliding over the castle roof toward the training yard. Scales in variegated shades of crimson reflected sun and shadow with each shift of muscle. Wings of matching hue cupped air pockets as the creature landed with more grace than a cat at the side of the now standing soldier.
“My lady—”
Nira squeezed Bevier’s hand to stop her before her father heard. Between the vision she’d been painting and the impending rider presentation, the last thing she needed was more leverage for her father to use. But hope blossomed at the scene before her.
Proud and almost defiant, the red dragon stood beside the newest candidate, its wings contracted, but not folded at rest. Both seemed to share an arrogant partnership.


Oooooooo :)

Here is some more info about the author :)

Author Bio
A former technology specialist, KH LeMoyne writes sensual romance: urban and high fantasy, and scifi/futuristic. She lives in Maryland with her wonderful husband and corgi. Much to her dismay, she rarely encounters supernatural beings other than on paper. Visit her website: or blog:

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Woolgather Wednesday (2) - Spoilers? For or Against?

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So another subject that can have people who are usually very calm individuals - kind to their children and always leave tips at restaurants – throwing gazillion page tomes at each other’s heads. 

How do you feel about *whisper* spoilers?

Hate them? Love them? Don’t really care?

Well, if I am honest I am a bit of all three – undecided much.

See, it’s like this. If I am in the book and I am about to pick up a book by an author that I haven’t heard of I will read the blurb. But then after finding out who the main characters are and the general gist of the story I will then read the last few pages. So I would call that a pretty huge spoiler. I know this is a terrible thing to do – or some one of my friends has been telling me for years – but the way I see it is that I am not going to spend £7.99 on a book and spend hours reading it to not like the ending. But there is a difference between knowing the ending and knowing how we got there, that is the kind of spoilers I don’t like.

If I am reading a series of books I don’t skip to the end of the novels to see how it will end as in my book it doesn’t matter as it could all go to hell in the next book. I don’t mind some spoilers for a series, for the next book or whatever, as long as there aren’t any crazy spoilers like “oh you know how Z has been trying to decide between Y and X the past 4 books well guess what? They chose…”  THAT is the kind of spoiler that when it appears without warning has we ready to chuck a nice and heavy special edition copy of War and Peace at someone. I mean, really. I don’t want to know that! And without a warning or anything!! (Yes, this has happened to me, it was a sad occasion)

And then we have would could be called the ultimate spoiler. When the book is turned into a movie or a TV show (Google Game of Thrones). Personally I don’t like to see the film before I have had a chance to read the book. I like to read the book so I can have a good moan about the way it has been murdered in the transfer to the screen ;). I have Water for Elephants and A Game of Thrones sitting on my shelf right now and I won’t be seeing either adaptations until I have read the books (I must stay strong, I MUST). I have done it the other way around and doing so has out me off reading the books, prime examples are PS I Love You, The Other Boleyn Girl and The Time Travellers Wife. I have the books sitting on my shelf but for some reason having seen the films just turn me off reading them…

How do you guys get along with spoilers or film versions of books?

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Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Tune in Tuesday

Tune in Tuesday is a weekly feature that you can find at GReads and it gives us a chance to show off some of our favourite music :)

This week I thought I would share the song that has been on repeat the most in my car.

Disney, take it away...

Why do Disney villains get the best songs?

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Monday, 18 June 2012

YA Review - The Princess Diaries #2 by Meg Cabot

Just when Mia thought she had the whole princess thing under control, things get out of hand, fast. First there's an unexpected announcement from her mother. Then Grandmère arranges a national primetime interview for the brand-new crown princess of Genovia. On top of that, intriguing, exasperating letters from a secret admirer begin to arrive.

Before she even has the chance to wonder who those letters are from, Mia is swept up in a whirlwind of royal intrigue the likes of which hasn't been seen since volume I of The Princess Diaries.
(Description from Goodreads)

I really didn’t like Lily (Mia’s best-friend) in this book. Well come to think of it I wasn’t all that fond of her in the first book wither but she bugged me more here. I really wanted Mia to go to town on her, but, unfortunately that did not happen.

I loved Mia’s reaction to her mother’s pregnancy. First of all she doesn’t freak out that he mother is having sex. She realises that both of her parents are attractive and are bound to be in relationships. So her un-childish reaction gained her loads of points from me. In fact what bugged her mainly was that he mother wasn’t using protection.
“I know it takes two to tango, but please, my mother is a painter. He is an algebra teacher. You tell me who is supposed to ne the responsible one.”
I thought it was lovely that almost as soon as she found out about the pregnancy Mia was on the computer trying to find things that would help and keep her mum and the baby healthy through it.

Moving on.

I love Mia’s lists. No, really, they are great. They range from homework exercises to all of the weird and wonderful boys who could be her secret admirer (has to be one of the funniest lists in this book).

I love how in most of her lists stops thinking about Michael (her best friend older brother) is normally in it.
“Could a computer genius/juvenile delinquent ever be interested in a flat chested princess like myself? He did save my life tonight (well, ok: he saved me from possible community service)It’s not a French kiss, or a slow dance, or even an admission he’s the author of that anonymous letter.
But it’s a start”
I don’t quite get her constant issue with her breast size or lack off. Actually, I don’t quite understand this issue whenever is come up in books…Just don’t understand it (and find it a little annoying actually)

And last but not least I cannot end this post without mention the grandmother.

“But grandmere isn’t satisfied with the way the cosmetic technician (make-up lady) did my eyes. She says I look like a poulet. That means hooker in French. Or Chicken. But when my grandmere says it, it always means hooker.

Why can’t I have a nice, normal grandma, shoe makes borchst and thinks I look wonderful no matter what I have on?”

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Saturday, 16 June 2012

Stacking the Shelves #2

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme that you can find over at Tynga's Reviews :)

Hi guys,

No video this week - I haven't been alone in the house long enough to put one together - but I do have some pretty pictures :)

(You may be able to see that I am going through a teeny-weeny ickly Camelot phase right now ;)

You might remember The Raven Warrior from last week, well I got the first book in that series, The Dragon Queen, I have the rest of the Camelot series so I got the first one Camelot's Shadow so I can do a series re-read and then there is Firelord - I have no idea about that one (but it is part of a series I do know that ;)
You might remember The Raven Warrior from last week, well I got the first book in that series, The Dragon Queen, I have the rest of the Camelot series so I got the first one Camelot's Shadow so I can do a series re-read and then there is Firelord - I have no idea about that one (but it is part of a series I do know that ;)

I got these form AwesomeBooks

 Another Arthurian series.
This is book 1 of Merlin's Legacy - Daughter of Fire.

I got this one from an Amazon Seller.

And last but not least, this is Resenting the Hero.
This has been on my wish list for forever, so I am looking forward to reading it :)

I got this from ReadItSwapIt

And now for something that dropped through my letterbox that wasn't a book. But book goodies :)

Aren't they pretty.
I won them in a giveaway from Rachel Harris (Can't wait to read her novel My Super Sweet 16th Century) so thank you very much Rachel! :)
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Friday, 15 June 2012

Empty that Shelf Challenge Update #3 - The End

Hi everyone. 

So the fortnight it over :) 

How has your reading gone?



Could have gone better?

It doesn't matter. Even if you managed only one book, it is one book less on your TBR pile :)

Here are the books I have finished over the past fortnight. 

These books are great fun! I would totally recommend these books. 

Meg Cabot is a fun author to read, but I will admit that I found both of these a let down -  but in different ways. Princess Diaries, annoying supporting characters. Underworld, annoying main character.

BRILLIANT! You can check out my review here

Last book I read. I didn't enjoy this one quite as much as the previous 3 but still a fun read.

So averaging out at 1 book every 2 days isn't too bad :)

How did you guys get on?

Leave a link to your post in the comments if you like. Hope you had fun :)

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