Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Review: Hollow Dolls by MarcyKate Connolly

Reading books by MarcyKate is always all kinds of fun. Hollow Dolls was no different. It was a stunning story. This book was a three star for me. Adorable, but not perfect. Which makes me a little sad. But I still enjoyed it so very much. And I cannot wait to read even more books by MarcyKate. I truly love all her worlds.

This one is somewhat a sequel to the Shadow Weaver duology. It tells the story of Simone, a girl that we got to know then. And so this story is from a different point of view. But still set at the same time in the same world. Which I liked a whole lot because this world was all kinds of interesting and I loved exploring it all.

I had so many thoughts about this book. It was short and easy to read, which I loved. I enjoyed getting to know Simone a little bit more. And her best friend, Sebastian, whom she is staying with. They were both captured by Lady Aisling, kept captive for years and years and used because of powers they had gotten from a comet that passes every twenty five years. Which is all kinds of awesome. But this lady had many different talents in her garden. Talents that stole memories and kept you young for years. And so Simone and Sebastian still look and feel about twelve years old, I think. But they are much older than that, though they dont feel so. Which was so horrible yet fascinating to read about. They had been used for years, which was the worst.

What I liked most about this book was simply to read about Simone. She has the talent of being a mind reader. Which was pretty interesting to read about. She tries her best not to read everything she comes across, but it's not easy to control. She is still affected by being captured for so long, but this was barely mentioned. Hmph. When they were all freed, everyone had family come claim them. But Simone did not. She cannot find any of her family. This is about her going to a huge library to search for their lost village.

Which I liked reading about too. I liked reading about the library and all the different people working there. It was interesting to learn different things too. What I adored a whole lot about Simone was that her mind wandered a lot. She got distracted often and did not do what she was supposed to. So adored that about her. And her friendship with Sebastian was adorable too. They were such great friends. I only wish that this book had been even longer. I am excited that there is going to be a second book. I need adventures.

The reason for why this book is a three star for me is because I had some issues with the writing. It felt a bit off to me. Sigh. And I felt like the characters were behaving too innocent about everything. They were a bit too pure for me. Ha. Which is so not a bad thing, but it felt weird for me, considering they had been held captive and used for bad things for so so many years. Felt like they should have been affected more, that they should have been a little darker. They felt too young, which they were, but they were not really.

I completely love reading books by MarcyKate. And even though I did not fully love Hollow Dolls this was still an excellent book. And I am so pleased that I read it. And I know that I will always read books by this author. Because she is awesome. And I love the different fantasy worlds she creates in her books. I think you should all read every book by MarcyKate Connolly. They are all so good. All are middle grade but she has a young adult book out next year, and I so cannot wait to read that one was well. I'm so very excited.

Best Books of 2019

Happy almost New Year :D It's the final day of 2019 already. Gosh. Time has moved so so fast this past year. I have been so distracted and busy with my sister and her three kids. They are the most adorable, though. My health has sucked. But I'm trying to deal with it all. I'm still reading. Just not as much as I wish I could. Hoping next year will be easier for me. Fingers crossed. Still. I'm here. Still blogging, still loving it. And despite not having read as many books this year, I still had some books that I loved very much. And so today I'm sharing my best nine books of this year. They all came out this year too. Have you read any of them yet? There are still so many books that came out this year that I have not had the chance to read yet. I'm hoping to get to them next year, eee. I'm sure many of them would make this list, haha. At least, I hope they will all be amazing too. I'm working on book 55 of this year right now. Had so hoped to finish it before today, but no time. So my review will be up later today. Wishing you all the very best new year. <3

My Goodreads 2019 Challenge. My Goodreads 2019 Year in Books.

1. Kingsbane. This book completely ruined me. My gosh. The romance is so painful. But so very perfect.
2. The Magnolia Sword. This Mulan retelling was every kind of adorable. I adored the romance so much.
3. Aurora Rising. I fully adored this set of characters. I loved the space setting and all of the creepy parts.

4. Thirteen Doorways, Wolves Behind Them All. Such a great setting with the most loveable characters.
5. Immunity. This second book was everything I had hoped it would be. Great romance, a thrilling story.
6. Bid My Soul Farewell. I also completely loved this final book. Most adorable romance and creepy plot.

7. The Art of Theft. This Lady Sherlock series is slowly killing me. So good. I ship them beyond words.
8. Come Find Me. Such a thrilling and exciting story. With a sweet romance too. I loved all of the twists.
9. The Deceivers. It surprised me how very much I enjoyed this con book. Characters were so adorable.


Saturday, December 28, 2019

In My Mailbox #425

I hope you are all having the best Christmas week :D I'm having a great time. Got some great Christmas gifts, eee. I have been so busy this past week. No time to read at all. Ack. Must finish a book by Monday at the latest. Oops. I shall get this done, ha. Probably. Have been busy playing Lego Harry Potter with my nephew every day, and family time, and finally watching some movies too. Which is good. But my entire body is dead lately. Ugh. Will try to get more things done this coming week :) Hopefully. A couple of new blog posts. I shared my Best Four Stars of 2019 :D Eee. This week I'm waiting on The Court of Miracles. <3 I hope you are all doing well :) Also! I finally got to see Frozen 2 today. Eee. I loved it soso much. <3

Hollow Dolls. Eee! New MarcyKate hardcover arrived early. <3 I think it will be my next read. So excited.
Darkdawn. Oops. Another (very expensive) edition to add to my Jay Kristoff collection, haha. Audiobook.
Frozen. Eee. A bunch of mini figures I got for Christmas. <3 I simply had to wish for them. So very cute.
Pop Figure. Oops. I had to get myself this White Walker riding pop from Game of Thrones, haha. Love.
Christmas Gifts. I got this stunning hippo, eee. Love. And my first instax mini camera :D I am so excited.

More Instagram photos here. <3

Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Waiting on Wednesday #428

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.


Goodreads Description:

A diverse fantasy reimagining of Les Misérables and The Jungle Book.

In the dark days following a failed French Revolution, in the violent jungle of an alternate 1828 Paris, young cat-burglar Eponine (Nina) Thenardier goes head to head with merciless royalty, and the lords of the city's criminal underworld to save the life of her adopted sister Cosette (Ettie).

Her vow will take her from the city’s dark underbelly, through a dawning revolution, to the very heart of the glittering court of Louis XVII, where she must make an impossible choice between guild, blood, betrayal and war.

Hardcover, 464 pages
Expected publication: May 14th 2020 by Harper Voyager
Pre-Order here and here

After seeing the UK publisher post about this all the time on twitter I had to look the book up. And gosh. Now I simply cannot wait to read it, haha. I think it sounds awesome. And it looks so stunning too. Sigh. I'm hoping I will end up loving this book a whole bunch. It do sound all kinds of great, so I think I will :D
What are you waiting for on this miracle Wednesday?

Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Best Four Stars of 2019

Merry Christmas :D Wishing all of you the very best holidays. <3 Christmas is my favorite time of year and I'm so excited for this year. I have bought my family a lot of presents, haha. Like last year, I will be sharing my best four stars of the year and then my best books of the year in a week. This year I haven't read a lot of books, though. Will read one more to make my goal of 55 books read. Which is so little. Yet enough too. My health have been the worst this year; I have been so exhausted. But have still managed to read a little. So I'm happy about that. And I did read a whole bunch of great books. But not as many as other years, ack, so only sharing nine books on both posts. But these books were all amazing. Today I'm sharing my favorite four stars reads of this year. They were all so so good and I adored them all to pieces. They were almost completely perfect to me, and so I had to make a post of my favorite ones. Have you read any of these books yet? They all came out this year. And I completely adored them all. So so good.

Best Books of 2018. My Goodreads 2019 Challenge. My Goodreads 2019 Year in Books.

1. House of Salt and Sorrows. Such a thrilling and exciting retelling. All kinds of creepy and fully lovely.
2. Song of the Crimson Flower. This book was every kind of cute and adorable. Adored the romance so.
3. The Grace Year. This one was beyond horrible and full of suspense. And I enjoyed every moment of it.

4. Descendant of the Crane. A gorgeous world and setting. Very much loved the characters and plot.
5. Last of Her Name. Adorable romance and such a fun space adventure. The plot twist was so good.
6. The Star Shepherd. Completely fun and adorable. The main boy ruined my heart. It was all so lovely.

7. Serpent & Dove. Such thrilling characters and stunning romance. I very much enjoyed the world too.
8. The Last House Guest. As always, every book by Megan is amazing. Such a great mystery; adored it.
9. The Oddmire: Changeling. An adorable first book. The cutest characters and such a fun world to learn.


Saturday, December 21, 2019

In My Mailbox #424

Happy Holidays! Christmas is even closer, eee! And I am so excited :D Thrilled about all the Christmas treats and food already, haha. And Christmas music. Have not seen any Christmas movies yet, though, oops. Must do that too :) Christmas is simply the best. Sigh. And I cannot wait for presents opening on the 24th, eee. So excited. Hope you are all going to have an amazing Christmas too. <3 It will be the best for me and I'm so so happy about it. Sigh. Anyway. Not much mail this week. Oops. But something really truly awesome and I am so thrilled. Eee. But only one blog post. Oops. This week I'm waiting on Splinters of Scarlet. <3 Haven't read anything. I still need to read one more book this year, but not sure which, and not sure when I want to start it either. Ack. Soon, I hope. I had my usual hospital visit this week. It went okay to get my medicine. Then had to take an MR xray of my stomach too, which I had been dreading for ages. But it went good that too; not as bad as it could have been. Yay. Now I'm just waiting for the results. Which I'm worried about too, haha. But glad it is done with. My health still sucks. I'm exhausted. Sleeping a lot, with my sleeping pills, which is good, as I am so tired and hurting all the time. Ugh. My wrist is still the worst, so no laptop catching up happening. Hmph. Getting to it soon, I hope :) Merry Christmas. <3

Lord of the Rings. EEE! Look at this advent calendar! Ahh! I got it yesterday, and had to open them all, haha. There are 24 big coins, with a character on them. And they are goddamn gorgeous. My god. I love them all so so much. Sigh. Best movies. And these coins are precious. Was worth all of the money, haha.
The Art of Frozen 2. Oops. I had to own this one, haha :D Is it December 28th yet? Cannot wait to see it.

More Instagram photos here. <3

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Waiting on Wednesday #427

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.


Goodreads Description:

Enchantée meets Downton Abbey in this atmospheric YA historical fantasy set in nineteenth-century Denmark, where secrets can kill and magic is a deadly gift.

For Marit Olsen, magic is all about strategy: it flows freely through her blood, but every use leaves behind a deadly, ice-like build-up within her veins called the Firn. Marit knows how dangerous it is to let too much Firn build up—after all, it killed her sister—and she has vowed never to use her thread magic. But when Eve, a fellow orphan whom Marit views like a little sister, is adopted by the wealthy Helene Vestergaard, Marit will do anything to stay by Eve’s side. She decides to risk the Firn and uses magic to secure a job as a seamstress in the Vestergaard household.

But Marit has a second, hidden agenda: her father died while working in the Vestergaards’ jewel mines—and it might not have been an accident. The closer Marit gets to the truth about the Vestergaard family, the more she realizes she and everyone she’s come to love are in danger. When she finds herself in the middle of a treacherous deception that goes all the way up to the king of Denmark, magic may be the only thing that can save her—if it doesn’t kill her first.

Hardcover, 400 pages
Expected publication: July 21st 2020 by HMH Books for Young Readers
Pre-Order here and here

This book sounds all kinds of exciting and I cannot wait to read it, eee :D I adored The Disappearances by this author last year, and so I'm even more excited about this new book by her. It looks gorgeous. And sounds so good too. I'm sure I will end up loving it. Wish I could read it right now, though :) Cannot wait.
What are you waiting for on this splintered Wednesday?

Saturday, December 14, 2019

In My Mailbox #423

Eee. I read two books this week. And I feel so happy about this, haha. Okay, they were re-reads, but I still read something. <3 They were the best re-reads. Sigh. I need to read one more book this year, to make it to my goal of 55 books. It was first at 80. But I would never have managed to hit that this year. Sigh. But I will hit 55, and I'm happy about that. But now taking a little reading break to catch up to movies the next week or so. Which I'm so excited about too, haha. Only one book in the mail this week, as there are not many pre-orders out in December for me, haha. But got so many new pop figures. Oops. A few new blog posts too. I need to put together some cover reveals, but so slow and little energy. Shared my third review of Flashfall, eee. <3 This week I'm waiting on Twin Daggers :D I shared my second review of Flashtide :) Such a great duology. <3 I'm so behind on things lately. Even more this week, as I have gotten the worst wrist and finger pain. I cannot use my wireless laptop mouse much at all. There is so much pain. Uuugh. Hope it will get better soon. Hmph. Anyway. December is the very best. I so love this Christmas month :D And I hope all of you are enjoying it too. <3 I cannot believe it is Christmas eve in just 10 days. Gosh. <3

Legacy. Ahh! Finally got my personalized copy :D Thank you Shannon and Changing Hands for it all. <3
Luke Evans. Oops. I could not resist ordering this CD, eee :D And it came with a signed poster. I love it.
Pop Figures. Well. A Harry Potter box, haha. Bought it to get that lovely Sirius figure :D Though I love the other items too. And ahh! Huge Ursula! My first big size pop, haha :D She's awesome. But my favorite new pop is my Maleficent. My god. She is gorgeous. So much love. And more Frozen 2. Love them all.

More Instagram photos here. <3

Review: Flashtide by Jenny Moyer

I am so thrilled that I finally decided to re-read these books. Sigh. They have brought me so much joy. And all kinds of heartbreak. Because these characters go through so much. Gosh. But gosh, how I love it all beyond words. The writing is stunning. The world created is all kinds of evil and exciting. I love reading about it all.

I will start by saying that I first gave this book four stars, when I read it a couple of years ago. This time it is a five star for me. I'll not re-read my review until after I finish writing this one, so not fully sure why I had issues with it before. I mean, it still hurt, this second time, but it was not too heartbreaking, haha. I loved it so.

Which makes me even more happy that I decided to re-read this series. Eee. I'm thrilled that I'm giving this second book five stars this time. Okay, fine, book one is still my favorite, but this sequel was all kinds of awesome too. I only wish there was a third book. I wouldn't mind at all reading even more about these characters. Sigh. The ending is amazing, though. But I will always want even more, haha. I simply love these books so very much. I love how the romance is every kind of perfect. That there is no kind of love triangle at all. That there is very much minimal drama. I love that they are together almost all the time. I love how much they love each other. It is the sweetest thing. I simply love how strong they are together. And how they know this. Love them so.

Flashtide takes place a few months after Flashfall ended. Orion and Dram have been living free in the mountains for a while now, enjoying life the best that they can. They are being hunted. But they are free and living. And reading about them both being that way was all kinds of sweet. Sigh. These two precious characters deserve all the good things. Which they very rarely get. Hmph. Rude. Because they end up getting captured early in this book. And taken to a very different place from outpost five. So much worse.

Which shouldn't even be possible, haha. With how very awful the cordons were. But this new place, the overburden, was even worse. And it broke my heart reading about Orion and Dram being force into this place, being forced to do things to survive. They both went through so much. Gosh. And it ruined my soul a little to read about it all. I felt like Dram had it worst. But Orion did not have it any better either. But even through all that hurt and horror they still did have each other. They still had their love and friendship. Sigh.

Well, sort of. They spent a little time apart in this book. Which hurt my heart even more, haha. Which I'm certain is the reason for the four star a few years ago. Oops. I wish they had spent more time together. That Orion had fought harder to find and save Dram. But I also understood why she couldn't. And it did not hurt quite as bad this second time around. But gosh, it was still painful. I wanted them to spend every second together, even in this awful place. They were so much stronger together. I loved their relationship.

Another thing that hurt a little was how Orion lost faith in Dram a few times. I wish she had believed in him more, but I also understood it. This girl had gone through so very much. Most of it changed her. And so her not seeing everything as they were was not all that surprising, haha. Still, it hurt a bit. But she did not doubt for long, which made me love her even more. As Orion was such a strong and brave character in this second book too. She is hurt more. But she rises from that. And I simply adored reading about Orion.

And I completely love Dram too. Sigh. He is all kinds of adorable. And I love how much Dram loves Orion. Reading about the two of them was simply the very best thing. Eee. They are both such strong characters and I loved them to pieces. This book hurt them both very badly. So many bad things happened. But they made it through it. Somewhat. They changed so so much. And I loved them completely. There were other characters too, and I enjoyed getting to know them all. They were pretty interesting. I loved Roran most.

There is probably so much I could write down about this book. But I have already written more than I was going to, ha. Flashtide was all kinds of thrilling. Such a perfect second book. Flashfall will always be my favorite, but my god, this sequel is good too. And I love them both so very much. The books are so dark but so full of hope too. Reading about the flashfall and all the creatures in it was the very best thing. You need these in your life. Oh, how I hope Jenny will get to publish more books. Would read anything by her.

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Waiting on Wednesday #426

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.


Goodreads Description:

Aissa's life is a web of carefully constructed lies. She and her twin sister, Zandria, are Magi spies, magic users most believe to be extinct. And they're on a mission for revenge.

This action & adventure spy thriller--a fantasy spin on Romeo and Juliet from New York Times bestselling author MarcyKate Connolly--is perfect for fans of Marissa Meyer and Elly Blake and is about to become your new obsession!

By day, Aissa and Zandria play the role of normal young Technocrats eager to fulfill the duties of their new apprenticeships. By night, they plot their revenge to retake their city from the Technocrats. But then Aissa is given a new mission: find the heir to the Technocrat throne, who is rumored to be one of the Heartless, and kidnap her. Born without a working heart, the Heartless survive with a mechanical replacement.

Aissa is more likely to be caught than to be successful, but she's never been one to turn down an assignment, even if the hunt is complicated by a kind Technocrat researcher who is determined to find a cure for the Heartless. But when Zandria is captured by the Technocrats, Aissa will do anything to get her sister back. Even if it means abandoning all other loyalties--and missions--and deciding whether or not it's worth risking everything on getting help from her sworn enemies.

Hardcover, 368 pages
Expected publication: August 25th 2020 by Blink
Pre-Order here and here

Eee! I'm such a huge fan of MarcyKate and her books. They are all awesome and she is so kind. And oh gosh. I cannot wait to read this newest book by her :D Hoping to be able to hunt down an ARC of it, eee. <3 The cover is gorgeous. I love it. And the summary is exciting too. Cannot wait to meet these sisters :)
What are you waiting for on this determined Wednesday?

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Review: Flashfall by Jenny Moyer

This book is so good I die a little. Sigh. Third time reading it and gosh, how badly I love it. So happy I decided to re-read it now. I remembered how much I loved it. Still I had forgotten just how very amazing this was. The writing is perfection. The story is all kinds of evil and horrible and full of hope. Love every piece of it.

There is so much about Flashfall that I love. Reading this story about Orion and Dram is the very best thing. I loved getting to know them again. And the world they live in. Gosh. It's set in the future, after radiation have ruined almost everything. And is still killing people, second by second. Worse were those in charge.

And I simply loved everything about this story. Eee. The book is told from the point of view of sixteen year old Orion. And Orion was the very best person. I adored her to pieces. She's all kinds of strong and brave, even despite the way that she has to live. She still have hope for a better life. Getting to know her all over again was the best thing. Orion was such a stunning character. And I loved her acts of rebellion. Even though it cost her each time. Oh. But hoping for a better life is worth all the costs. Orion goes through so very much in this book. She gets hurt so often, by creatures and by evil people, and she gets stronger each time. She does not break no matter what happens to her. And I loved her so for it all. She was also all kinds of fun and sweet.

Then there was also Dram, her better half. They are partners in this world, though not yet a couple, but it seems like they both care for each other. Which was the very best thing. Eee. We get to see their great friendship turn into more and it was the sweetest thing. I shipped them so. And they were so so perfect together. Sigh. Dram was such a perfect character too. I loved him to pieces. And getting to know him again too was the best as well. He and Orion takes such good care of each other. I loved that the most.

In this world Orion and Dram live at an outpost. They are being forced to mine the tunnels of this outpost, searching for something called cirium; which helps protect from all the radiation. If they do not mine like they are told to, six days a week, they are forfeit, left to die slowly in one of the mines. Despite not really having a choice in their life, they are still living. They are controlled all the time, but they still have some privacy. But gosh, mining these mines is no easy thing. And so many of them have died. Ahh. Shudders.

Because they die horrible deaths. These mines are filled with creatures. And they were all terrible to read about. And I loved every moment of it, haha. Orion and Dram gets hurt so often by these awful creatures. Which was awful to read about, but so good too. This book was all kinds of dark and evil. And I so loved every part of it. As it was filled with good moments and hope too. The growing romance between Orion and Dram was the sweetest thing. And made everything worth it. Every death, every hurt. My poor heart.

Every thing about this book was exciting. And every time something went wrong, and it felt like nothing worse could happen, it happened. Ha. Which I must admit was all kinds of fun to read about, haha. The story of Orion and Dram was the very best to get to know. And all the other characters in this book was interesting to get to know as well. I adored all of them. Well, except for Cranny. I wished the most horrible death on that man. Oops. He deserved it. This book was evil, but not too evil, and I was happy about that.

There is so much I could say about Flashfall. But will stop for now. I simply loved this book to pieces. It is beyond exciting and thrilling. So dark but so full of hope too. I remember some things about book two and I am so nervous about re-reading it next, as I know things get even worse. Ahh. But also so very excited. If you have not read this book yet, you are seriously missing out. It is such a stunning adventure to read about. You all need Flashfall in your life. Also, Jenny is all kinds of adorable too. You must read her book.

Saturday, December 7, 2019

In My Mailbox #422

Feeling pretty exhausted this week. All of me hurts. But sleeping pills are helping me sleep, so not sure I wish to stop taking them. Hmm. But gosh, the worst pain is in my wrist and fingers. I can barely use my laptop mouse. And so I cannot do any catching up just yet. Ugh. Must be my arthritis acting up. Sigh. It sucks, though, as it hurts badly. Even hurts to type this. Ahh. Hope it will stop soon. Anyway. I have not read at all this week. Needed a few days break, ha, to watch a few movies. And just relax. Starting a new book tomorrow, though :) Okay, a re-read, haha, but needed that. Two new posts this week. I shared my tenth review of The Scorpio Races. <3 And this week I'm waiting on Set Fire to the Gods :D So far behind on everything, but slowly trying to do a little. But won't get anything done with this wrist pain. Hmph. Got a few lovely books in the mail this week, eee. Also missing some mail. Hmm. Hope it will show up soon :)

Bid My Soul Farewell + Give the Dark My Love + A World Without You + Rebel Rising. Ahh! Thank you so so much to Beth and Malaprops for these most perfect personalized books. <3 It means the world to me. Had some struggles to get these, ack, but Malaprops were the kindest about it all. Hugs. And gosh, how I love all my signed books, eee :D And the gorgeous swag included. Gosh. All of it is so very perfect.
Frozen 2. Oops. I had to buy at least one new Frozen 2 book, haha :D So pretty. Can't wait for the movie.
Taylor Swift. EEE! I got my collector ticket for the show in Oslo in June :D I AM SO SO EXCITED. Sigh.

More Instagram photos here. <3

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Waiting on Wednesday #425

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.


Goodreads Description:

Ash is descended from a long line of gladiators, and she knows the brutal nature of war firsthand. But after her mother dies in an arena, she vows to avenge her by overthrowing her fire god, whose temper has stripped her country of its resources.

Madoc grew up fighting on the streets to pay his family's taxes. But he hides a dangerous secret: he doesn't have the earth god’s powers like his opponents. His elemental gift is something else—something that hasn't been seen in centuries.

When an attempted revenge plot goes dangerously wrong, Ash inadvertently throws the fire and earth gods into a conflict that can only be settled by deadly, lavish gladiator games. The fights put Madoc in Ash's path, and she realizes that his powers are the weapon her rebellion needs—but Madoc won’t jeopardize his family, regardless of how intrigued he is by the beautiful warrior.

But when the gods force Madoc’s hand, he and Ash uncover an ancient war that will threaten more than one immortal—it will unravel the world.

Hardcover, 432 pages
Expected publication: August 4th 2020 by HarperCollins
Pre-Order here and here

I am all kinds of excited for this book. It sounds awesome. And looks gorgeous. Sigh. I'm such a huge fan of Kristen and I cannot wait to read this new book by her. I have not read anything by Sara yet, but she seems amazing as well. I'm sure this book they have written together is going to be awesome. Can't wait.
What are you waiting for on this fiery Wednesday?