Saturday, April 18, 2015

Stacking the Shelves - Lulu [68]: The Birthday Book Haul Edition

Stacking the Shelves is a meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews where you show off books you're adding to your shelves.

The only good thing that comes with aging every year is birthday gifts. There. I said, I ain't ashamed. So for my birthday this year I got to shop at Bookoutlet and get as many books as I wanted, which I could have taken advantage of and put my dad into debt but with age comes responsibility, right? So I chose 5 books that I really wanted. (The copy of Attachments was given to me by my mama for my birthday :D )

  • Attachments by Rainbow Rowell - GIFTED (my mama)
  • Clipped Wings by Helena Hunting - BOUGHT (Bookoutlet)
  • Easy by Tammara Webber - BOUGHT (Bookoutlet)
  • Cinder by Marissa Meyer - BOUGHT (Bookoutlet)
  • The Well of Ascension by Brandon Sanderson - BOUGHT (Bookoutlet)
  • Beginnings: Obsidian & Onyx by Jennifer L. Armentrout - BOUGHT (Bookoutlet)
  • Also don't forget to enter the giveaway from the "ONE THING STOLEN" blog tour stopped on the blog this week! Just click the baner below to enter:

    That's all I bought this week, Hopefully you guys also had a good book week!

    THANKS FOR STOPPING BY! LEAVE ME YOUR STACKING THE SHELVES IN THE COMMENTS!

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    Thursday, April 16, 2015

    Blog Tour: One Thing Stolen by Beth Kephart [Review + Giveaway (US/CAN ONLY) ]

    HELLO!!! Sorry for the post so late in the day, the brother has the sickness and I was his guardian for today. Why am I speaking in broken sentences? Well it might have to do with this book, ONE THING STOLEN! Keep on reading for my review and don't forget to enter the giveaway :) Let's go...


    Title: One Thing Stolen
    Authors: Beth Kephart
    Published Date: April 14th, 2015
    Publisher: Chronicle Books
    Format: Hardcover
    Pages: 272
    Source: provided for review
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    Something is not right with Nadia Cara.

    While spending a year in Florence, Italy, she's become a thief. She has secrets. And when she tries to speak, the words seem far away. Nadia finds herself trapped by her own obsessions and following the trail of an elusive Italian boy whom only she has seen.

    Can Nadia be rescued or will she simply lose herself altogether?

    Set against the backdrop of a glimmering city, One Thing Stolen is an exploration of obsession, art, and a rare neurological disorder. It is a celebration of language, beauty, imagination, and the salvation of love.

    MY THOUGHTS:

    Honestly, this book was "WOAW!" to me and even though it was very poignant there was also a sense of Hope. From the very start I was captivated by the writing, the story, the words, and Nadia. I must admit, I love poetry, so going into Nadia's head was like reading poetry and trying to decipher the words to create the picture. But I do understand why some people didn't click with the book.

    The book at first is a bit chaotic as Nadia is and maybe the chaos and the interruptions did distract from the story but they helped make Nadia into this real girl who really lost herself in Florence. Her inner struggles, her mind was a strange and beautiful place to be and especially to read about. I loved Nadia's BFF Maggie and I love that the book was in three parts and every chapter had a feather.

    Towards the middle there was something I wasn't expecting but it got us to understand Nadia through Maggie's POV. We also learn of the condition Nadia has and it opened my eyes to something new and terrifyingly wondrous. Maggie stuck with Nadia and was a true friend. I went into this thinking there would be romance but the bond of friendship was the strongest element that kept hope alive. One thing that was confusing was the changing in the POV because I hadn't even noticed Maggie was the one talking until the third chapter in the second part.

    In the end there was a lot that was uncertain but there was also hope. I did have lots of feels and especially wished that Maggie had found Benedetto for Nadia. Overall, I was captivated and enjoyed the beauty of the story. There was just the flaw with the changing POV that made this go to a four star book. Definitely try this if you love poetry and want to open your mind to something new.

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

    I was a child writer-dreamer who never strayed far from that path.

    Today I’m the award-winning author of seventeen books—dreaming my way toward more by night, while running a boutique marketing communications firm by day.

    I'm privileged to teach creative nonfiction at the University of Pennsylvania in spring semesters.

    I love writing about the intersection of place and memory for the Philadelphia Inquirer. I am honored to review literature for the Chicago Tribune. Always and most importantly, I am privileged to be a mom.

    FIND MORE ON HER: WEBSITE | GOODREADS

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    WHAT DID YOU THINK? HAVE YOU HEARD OF ONE THING STOLEN? HAVE YOU READ IT?
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    Wednesday, April 15, 2015

    Waiting On Wednesday - Lulu [51]: Love Fortunes and other Disasters by Kimberly Karalius

    So lets start with my Waiting on Wednesday. I love doing this meme every Wednesday. "Waiting On Wednesday" is a weekly event, hosted @ Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're anticipating.

    THIS WEEKS BOOK I'M EAGERLY WAITING FOR IS...


    Title: Love Fortunes and other Disasters
    Authors: Kimberly Karalius
    Published Date: May 12th, 2015
    Publisher: Swoon Reads
    Pages: 368
    Series: Standalone
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    In the tradition of Alice Hoffman’s Practical Magic, one girl chooses to change her fortune and her fate by falling in love.

    Love is real in the town of Grimbaud, and Fallon Dupree has dreamed of attending high school there for years. After all, generations of Duprees have successfully followed the (100% accurate!) love fortunes from Zita’s famous Love Charms Shop to happily marry their high school sweethearts. It’s a tradition. So she is both stunned and devastated when her fortune states that she will NEVER find love.

    Fortunately, Fallon isn’t the only student with a terrible love fortune, and a rebellion is brewing. Fallon is determined to take control of her own fate—even if it means working with a notorious heartbreaker like Sebastian.

    Will Fallon and Sebastian be able to overthrow Zita’s tyranny and fall in love?

    WHY I'M WAITING...

    "What if you were fated to Never fall in love?" Oh can I relate! Jeesh, am I forever fated to fall in love with fictional characters?? AM I??

    I just reread that. I come off as really passive aggressive in most post, but I promise I'm not. I promise. ANYWAY! The book. The reason I even clicked on it was because of the oh so pretty cover and was surprised to find a really cool concept in the synopsis! Maybe judging a book by it's cover isn't so bad! I definitely found another addition to my May TBR, and hopefully another fictional boyfriend ;) How about ya'll?

    WHAT DO YOU THINK? HAVE YOU HEARD OF LOVE FORTUNES AND OTHER DISASTERS? LIKE THE COVER? WAITING FOR IT TO COME OUT?
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    Wednesday, April 8, 2015

    Cover Reveal:The Foxglove Killings by Tara Kelly

    Scary how un-spring like spring is, been inside so much I have started to re-watch my favorite anime's. Also check out yesterdays post about the READERHOOD OF THE TRAVELING BOOKS. Anywho, I have an awesome cover reveal to share with you all. I love it and hope you do too!

    NOW ONTO THE REVEAL...

    Title: The Foxglove Killings
    Author: Tara Kelly
    Publisher: Entangled Teen
    Publication date: September 1st, 2015
    Series: Standalone
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    Gramps always said that when the crickets were quiet, something bad was coming. And the crickets have been as silent as the dead. It started with the murdered deer in the playground with the unmistakable purple of a foxglove in its mouth. But in the dying boondock town of Emerald Cove, life goes on.

    I work at Gramps's diner, and the cakes―the entitled rich kids who vacation here―make our lives hell. My best friend, Alex Pace, is the one person who gets me. Only Alex has changed. He's almost like a stranger now. I can't figure it out...or why I'm having distinctly more-than-friend feelings for him. Ones I shouldn't be having.

    Then one of the cakes disappears.

    When she turns up murdered, a foxglove in her mouth, a rumor goes around that Alex was the last person seen with her—and everyone but me believes it. Well, everyone except my worst enemy, Jenika Shaw. When Alex goes missing, it's up to us to prove his innocence and uncover the true killer. But the truth will shatter everything I've ever known about myself—and Alex.

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR:



    Tara Kelly adores variety in her life. She’s an author, one-girl-band, graphic designer, editor, and photographer. She lives in Sin City with her beloved guitars, sound design master husband, and a fluffy cat named Maestro.

    FIND MORE ON HER: WEBSITE | TWITTER | GOODREADS | FACEBOOK

    THAT'S IT! WHAT DID YOU THINK OF THE COVER? LIKE IT? EXCITED FOR IT TO COME OUT?
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    Tuesday, April 7, 2015

    Readerhood of the traveling books...? [Your thoughts / Vote]

    Hey, everyone! So I've been doing a lot of thinking these past few days. Mostly about other ways to connect with bloggers. I've already talked with Lulu and she thinks it's a good idea. So let me explain about my idea for the "readerhood of the traveling books". So please read everything!

    I was thinking of making a traveling book tour for books that have just published. I would open a poll and have everyone on the blog vote on the book to put on the tour. Then buy the chosen book, read it and then pass it on to the next blogger on the tour. BUT!!! I would include something for the next blogger to get, it could be some bookish swag, a note, a drawing of my favorite part in the book, anything, just put my own personal touch.

    The next blogger would have a week (maybe 2? is that too long?) with the book and here comes the good part. There's no pressure to write a good book review, because the book is already published and it would let bloggers be honest about what they thought. It helps get exposure to smaller or newer bloggers and help them feel more connected to the community. Also, keep in mind that you would be putting in the mailing cost.

    But we'll have time for rules later. Right now I just want to get your thoughts/opinions on this, so please comment.

    OH, YEAH DON'T FORGET TO VOTE IN THE POLL? ARE YOU IN?

    THAT'S IT! DON'T FORGET TO COMMENT BELOW. ARE YOU EXCITED??? :D
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    Thursday, April 2, 2015

    Lulu - Review: The Brilliant Light of Amber Sunrise by Matthew Crow


    Title: The Brilliant Light of Amber Sunrise
    Authors: Matthew Crow
    Published Date: March 10th, 2015
    Publisher: Simon Pulse
    Series: Standalone
    Pages: 304
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    A poignant and unexpectedly funny novel about Francis - one of the best and bravest teenage boy narrators since Adrian Mole. This is an emotionally honest story about wanting the very best from life, even when life shows you how very bad things can be.

    Francis Wootton's first memory is of Kurt Cobain's death, and there have been other hardships closer to home since then. At fifteen years old he already knows all about loss and rejection - and to top it all off he has a permanently broke big brother, a grandma with selective memory (and very selective social graces) and a mum who's at best an acquired taste. Would-be poet, possible intellectual and definitely wasted in Tyne and Wear, Francis has grown used to figuring life out on his own.

    Lower Fifth is supposed to be his time, the start of an endless horizon towards whatever-comes-next. But when he is diagnosed with leukaemia that wide-open future suddenly narrows, and a whole new world of worry presents itself.There's the horror of being held back a year at school, the threat of imminent baldness, having to locate his best shirt in case a visiting princess or pop-star fancies him for a photo-op . . .

    But he hadn't reckoned on meeting Amber - fierce, tough, one-of-a-kind Amber - and finding a reason to tackle it all - the good, the bad and everything in between - head on

    In Bloom is a bright, funny, painful and refreshing novel about wanting the very best from life, even when life shows you how very bad it can be. It is a novel about how to live.

    My first thought walking into this book was "OH, let this not be a remake of FIOS" and shockingly, it was not.

    We are thrusted into the perspective of this 15 year old boy, who you can clearly see is struggling to come to terms with his cancer and the people the people he meets along the way. Francis is witty and incredibly funny but as mature as he may sound at times, he is in fact just a kid. We witness him sometimes being selfish, contradicting and infuriating but this just serves to remind us that of his age. I'm sure most people who have read this book have the same complaint about the character. To me though, it felt real because we aren't in the head of a full grown adult, we are in fact reading in the view of teenager.

    Amber was quirky and just as witty (if not more) than Francis. Her character most of all was likable, and Amber develops wonderfully throughout the book. I think, the important part when going into this book, is that they aren't perfect.

    One thing that really bothered me though, was that the story line for Francis's sister was just awkward. I felt almost like it wasn't really fully thought out and randomly thrown in there. Besides that, I absolutely love the writing style in this book! Overall I give this 3.5 (Almost 4 stars)

    WHAT DID YOU THINK? HAVE YOU READ THE BRILLIANT LIGHT OF AMBER SUNRISE? DID YOU LIKE IT?
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    Wednesday, April 1, 2015

    Waiting On Wednesday - Lizzy [50]: I Am Princess X by Cherie Priest

    So lets start with my Waiting on Wednesday. I love doing this meme every Wednesday. "Waiting On Wednesday" is a weekly event, hosted @ Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're anticipating.

    THIS WEEKS BOOK I'M EAGERLY WAITING FOR IS...


    Title: I Am Princess X
    Authors: Cherie Priest
    Published Date: May 26th 2015
    Publisher: Arthur A. Levine Books
    Pages: 240
    Series: Standalone
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    Once upon a time, two best friends created a princess together. Libby drew the pictures, May wrote the tales, and their heroine, Princess X, slayed all the dragons and scaled all the mountains their imaginations could conjure.

    Once upon a few years later, Libby was in the car with her mom, driving across the Ballard Bridge on a rainy night. When the car went over the side, Libby passed away, and Princess X died with her.

    Once upon a now: May is sixteen and lonely, wandering the streets of Seattle, when she sees a sticker slapped in a corner window.

    Princess X?

    When May looks around, she sees the Princess everywhere: Stickers. Patches. Graffiti. There's an entire underground culture, focused around a webcomic at IAmPrincessX.com. The more May explores the webcomic, the more she sees disturbing similarities between Libby's story and Princess X online. And that means that only one person could have started this phenomenon - her best friend, Libby, who lives.

    WHY I'M WAITING...

    I'm going to be honest, I rarely read any BFF YA stories, but maybe it's that cover because I'm actually excited for this one. There is a whole mystery that I want to solve and especially if it deals with comics. Seriously want to delve into this story when it comes out, plus see all the beautiful pictures.

    WHAT DO YOU THINK? HAVE YOU HEARD OF I AM PRINCESS X? LIKE THE COVER? WAITING FOR IT TO COME OUT?
    LEAVE ME YOUR WAITING ON WEDNESDAY'S POST IN THE COMMENT'S BELOW!
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    Saturday, March 28, 2015

    Stacking the Shelves - Lizzy [67] : The library - thrift store edition

    Stacking the Shelves is a meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews where you show off books you're adding to your shelves.

    Hey everyone! I'm sorry for being M.I.A but I got something so cool that I was a bit distracted ;P At least I managed to get some new books.

  • At Last Comes Love by Mary Balogh- BOUGHT (library)
  • Asylum by Madeleine Roux - BOUGHT (B&N)
  • The Time Travelers by Linda Buckley-Archer - BOUGHT (library)
  • We Were Liars by E. Lockhart - BOUGHT (thrift store)
  • In the Shadow of Blackbirds by Cat Winters - BOUGHT (thrift store)
  • Matched by Ally Condie - BOUGHT (thrift store)
  • Well this week has been an emotional week, two of my favorite anime's this season ended! Tokyo Ghoul √A and Death Parade, I am such a wreck with the feels! They both had great drawings and plots, if you haven't watched them, YOU MUST! (for more anime peeks/edits check out my instagram)

    That's all I bought this week, Hopefully you guys also had a good book week!

    THANKS FOR STOPPING BY! LEAVE ME YOUR STACKING THE SHELVES IN THE COMMENTS!

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    Wednesday, March 25, 2015

    Waiting On Wednesday - Lulu [49]: The Girl at Midnight by Melissa Grey

    So lets start with my Waiting on Wednesday. I love doing this meme every Wednesday. "Waiting On Wednesday" is a weekly event, hosted @ Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're anticipating.

    THIS WEEKS BOOK I'M EAGERLY WAITING FOR IS...


    Title: The Girl at Midnight
    Authors: Melissa Grey
    Published Date: April 28th 2015
    Publisher: Delacorte Press
    Pages: 368
    Series: The Girl at Midnight #1
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    For readers of Cassandra Clare's City of Bones and Leigh Bardugo's Shadow and Bone, The Girl at Midnight is the story of a modern girl caught in an ancient war.

    Beneath the streets of New York City live the Avicen, an ancient race of people with feathers for hair and magic running through their veins. Age-old enchantments keep them hidden from humans. All but one. Echo is a runaway pickpocket who survives by selling stolen treasures on the black market, and the Avicen are the only family she's ever known.

    Echo is clever and daring, and at times she can be brash, but above all else she's fiercely loyal. So when a centuries-old war crests on the borders of her home, she decides it's time to act.

    Legend has it that there is a way to end the conflict once and for all: find the Firebird, a mythical entity believed to possess power the likes of which the world has never seen. It will be no easy task, but if life as a thief has taught Echo anything, it's how to hunt down what she wants . . . and how to take it.

    But some jobs aren't as straightforward as they seem. And this one might just set the world on fire.

    WHY I'M WAITING...

    UHM. YES PLEASE. With the release date so close at hand (and in my birthday month), I had to have this book on my Waiting on Wednesday post. The idea behind this YA dystopian book series is captivating, and I really have high hopes for this!

    I'm at that point of excitement where i'm already dream casting the characters (It's sad, I know). BTW, I'm not sure if it's just me, but can you see Cameron Bicondova from Gotham as Echo? I know, I know, I'm lamely drawing comparisons of the characters characteristics from the summary but It just clicks in my mind so perfectly. So that's my Wednesday post, is The Girl at Midnight in your TBR pile?

    WHAT DO YOU THINK? HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE GIRL AT MIDNIGHT? LIKE THE COVER? WAITING FOR IT TO COME OUT?
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    Saturday, March 21, 2015

    Stacking The Shelves - Lizzy [66] : The Blue edition.

    Stacking the Shelves is a meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews where you show off books you're adding to your shelves.

    Hey everyone! Spring is here and yet there's SNOW! It still feels like winter. Got some books which coincidentally are in the blue tones.

  • Maximum Ride, Vol. 8 by James Patterson & NaRae Lee- BOUGHT (B&N)
  • Legend by Marie Lu - BOUGHT (Salvation Army)
  • Enclave by Ann Aguirre - BOUGHT (B&N)
  • A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall - BOUGHT (Target)
  • Alice in Zombieland by Gena Showalter - BOUGHT (B&N)
  • The Indigo Spell by Richelle Mead - BOUGHT (B&N)
  • Let's Get Lost by Adi Alsaid - FOR REVIEW (Harlequin Teen Panel)
  • LOVE the Maximum Ride manga's filled with gorgeous drawings! Fang kinda looks like Ayato from Tokyo Ghoul.

    That's all I bought this week, Hopefully you guys also had a good book week!

    THANKS FOR STOPPING BY! LEAVE ME YOUR STACKING THE SHELVES IN THE COMMENTS!

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    Thursday, March 19, 2015

    Lulu - Review: Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes


    Title: Falling Kingdoms
    Authors: Morgan Rhodes
    Published Date: December 11th, 2012
    Publisher: Razorbill
    Series: Falling Kingdoms #1
    Pages: 412
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    In the three kingdoms of Mytica, magic has long been forgotten. And while hard-won peace has reigned for centuries, a deadly unrest now simmers below the surface.

    As the rulers of each kingdom grapple for power, the lives of their subjects are brutally transformed... and four key players, royals and rebels alike, find their fates forever intertwined. Cleo, Jonas, Lucia, and Magnus are caught in a dizzying world of treacherous betrayals, shocking murders, secret alliances, and even unforeseen love.

    The only outcome that's certain is that kingdoms will fall. Who will emerge triumphant when all they know has collapsed? It's the eve of war.... Choose your side.

    Princess: Raised in pampered luxury, Cleo must now embark on a rough and treacherous journey into enemy territory in search of magic long thought extinct.

    Rebel: Jonas, enraged at injustice, lashes out against the forces of oppression that have kept his country cruelly impoverished. To his shock, he finds himself the leader of a people's revolution centuries in the making.

    Sorceress: Lucia, adopted at birth into the royal family, discovers the truth about her past—and the supernatural legacy she is destined to wield.

    Heir: Bred for aggression and trained to conquer, firstborn son Magnus begins to realise that the heart can be more lethal than the sword....

    MY THOUGHTS:

    I'm so happy to say that I finally read Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes. And, I must say, WOW!

    For those who don't know, this is a high fantasy type series which follows the fall of the Limerian Kingdom and the battle for power. We view this in the perspective of four young adults within the three kingdoms. There's Chloe, Princess of Auranos; The Paelsia Princes and Princess, Magnus and Lucia; and a Limeros peasant, Jonas. There is more narratives of minor characters within the story, too.

    Chloe: At first, Chloe was deemed unlikeable when I started reading through her perspectives. I mean she was bratty, lacks a bit of common sense and got herself into trouble. More towards the end though, Chloe's character develops and we can see a kick butt character forming underneath. Her story line was super interesting too, She not only has an internal battles with herself but also an external one. She deals with Aron forced fiancé) whom is blackmailing her and has a murdered a wines sellers son causing there to be a dispute between the kingdoms of Auranos and Limeros. The only thing that felt a bit off was the bad case of insta-love that popped out of nowhere.

    Jonas: Jonas is the brother of the wine sellers son who was murdered by Chloe's fiance. After seeing such a cruel act from this prosperous and wealthy kingdom, He decides to take matters into his own hand. Jonas perspective was the most interesting one out of all, I think that it's intriguing to read from the side of a person bent on revenge over one his loved ones. We see inside his mind and how he contours what really happened that day Aron stabbed his brother.

    Lucia -

    Magnus -

    Overall 4.5 STARS! This book had me clinging to each page and now, I must find a way to get my hands on the second book.

    I definitely recommend this for those who love high fantasy, action and doesn't mind a bit of character death and violence.

    WHAT DID YOU THINK? HAVE YOU READ FALLING KINGDOMS? LIKE IT? LET ME KNOW IN THE COMMENTS BELOW!
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    Wednesday, March 18, 2015

    Waiting On Wednesday - Lizzy [48]: The Dead Girls of Hysteria Hall by Katie Alender

    So lets start with my Waiting on Wednesday. I love doing this meme every Wednesday. "Waiting On Wednesday" is a weekly event, hosted @ Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're anticipating.

    THIS WEEKS BOOK I'M EAGERLY WAITING FOR IS...


    Title: The Dead Girls of Hysteria Hall
    Authors: Katie Alender
    Published Date: August 25th, 2015
    Publisher: Point
    Pages: 336
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    Asylum meets Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, in this riveting tale of ghosts, secrets, and family, from master of suspense Katie Alender.

    Delia's new house isn't just a house. It used to be an insane asylum, a place to lock up "troubled" young women long ago. And a restless, wicked spirit is still at play--and it doesn't want defiant girls like Delia to go anywhere.

    So the house kills her.

    Now Delia is a ghost, trapped in her creepy home forever. As she meets the other ghost girls who haunt the narrow hallways, as well as the handsome ghost boy on the grounds, she learns shocking truths about the house's history. Delia also realizes that her alive and grieving sister might be the house's next target.

    Can Delia unlock the mystery of the old asylum, save her sister, and free herself?

    WHY I'M WAITING...

    I rarely pick up books about ghosts but Katie Alender is one the few writers who makes fresh and interesting ghost stories. I LOVE that cover it's both creepy, elegant, and eerie. When I was reading in the synopsis and got to the part, "SO THE HOUSE KILLS HER" I was like WHAT?! I like that she's now a ghost and trying to save her sister of the same fate. Really want to see how that plays out :D

    WHAT DO YOU THINK? HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE DEAD GIRLS OF HYSTERIA HALL? LIKE THE COVER? WAITING FOR IT TO COME OUT?
    LEAVE ME YOUR WOW'S IN THE COMMENT'S BELOW!
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