Saturday, August 29, 2020

In My Mailbox #460

This week have been mostly okay :) I read two books, eee. And planning on starting one tomorrow. I haven't been feeling the best this week, sigh. Feeling feverish and painful. And feel like medicine is not working like it should. How rude. Getting a new dose this coming week; hoping it will finally work again now. Anyway. A few new posts. Shared my review of The Other Side of the Sky. <3 This week I'm waiting on Cinders and Sparrows :) And shared my review of The Girl and the Witch's Garden :D I'm still behind on everything. Trying my best to get things done, but it's slow. Rude. Got a bit lovely mail this week, eee.

Twin Daggers. Eee. I cannot wait to read this one :D Such a huge fan of MarcyKate and all of her books :)
Shadow School: Dehaunting. I am hoping to re-read book one soon :D Excited for this second book. <3
Pop Figures. Sigh. So in love with these new Wonder Woman ones :D New adorable Harry Potter too :)
Taylor Swift: Folklore. Eee! My first four editions of the new album has arrived, haha. <3 Love them most.

More Instagram photos here. <3

Thursday, August 27, 2020

Review: The Girl and the Witch's Garden by Erin Bowman

I knew I had to read this one the moment that it was announced. Because I already love this author and her books. And because this book sounded so very amazing and adorable. And the cover is beautiful. Finally had the chance to read it, and I am so happy to say that I very much adored it. Four stars, was almost perfect.

But for the most part this book was very good and I really liked reading about all the characters. The writing was stunning and I had no issues connecting with this story. The magic included in this story was pretty great too. I liked the sort of evil cat the most, haha. And the huge estate the book took place at was amazing.

This book tells the story of twelve-year-old Piper. She was just sent to live with her mother and grandmother. She has not seen her mom since she was smaller, since her mom left her and her dad behind and did not contact them again. But now she has to spend the summer with her. Because Piper's dad have cancer, and is trying his last chance at medicine to save his life. So Piper must stay with her mom. Which she is both excited and nervous about. Then she arrives, and her mom does not want her there. She does not treat her nicely at all. Her grandma is missing. And then she learns that her mom is fostering other children, three others that are all around her age. She left Piper, but is being a mom to others. Not okay. I hated how her mom treated her.

There was so much going on in this book. I shall not say too much about it. This is a story about Piper dealing with her dad maybe dying. About her trying to connect with her mom again. About her becoming friends with some new kids. I liked them all. Teddy the most. He was so kind and sweet. They all were, really. I just wish we had seen more of them all, haha. Wanted this book to be longer. Sigh. But I really liked getting to know Piper. She was adorable and I liked her so very much. Her dad was very great too.

Then there was the magic. Piper arrives at this place where she learns that magic is real. And that some people have a magic power. The kids at this estate all have powers. One who can time bend. One who can teleport. It was pretty great to read about and I liked this version of magic. I liked learning that Piper could do magic too, though she did not know it. Her learning more about it was pretty great too. The kids have a mission they must complete. An elixir that must be found. This part of the story was awesome too.

And ahh, this book has a white persian cat in it. And I loved that the very most. Eee. Because I have a white silver shaded persian cat myself. A little different, but almost the same. And I so adored this cat. Okay, it might have seemed evil for pretty much the whole book, ha, but I adored it even so. There is so much I could write about this book, but will not write down much more. Just that the plot was good and I adored the characters. I wish the book had been longer, that there had been more focus on some things.

The only thing I wish had been different about this book was all the lying. I wish Piper hadn't kept lying to the new kids she started living with. And she just did not stop lying either. I understood her reasons, of course, but they could have helped her. I am certain they would have helped her too. And so it was a bit sad that she felt like she had to lie to them. But I also do not blame her, considering her one best friend since forever just stopped being with her. Hmph. But yeah. Their growing friendships were still so great.

The Girl and the Witch's Garden was a pretty amazing book. Full of magic and growing friendships. And family and learning to let go. About learning to deal more with grief. Although I did not fully love this book, I still adored it so very much. And I am so glad that I read it. I simply adore Erin and have loved many of her books. I cannot wait to read even more by her. It feels like there could be more books after this one. And I very much would want to read more about these characters and their magic. You need to read this.

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Waiting on Wednesday #463

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


Goodreads Description:

A suspenseful tale of witches, family, and magic from internationally bestselling author Stefan Bachmann.

When a scarecrow climbs over the garden wall, delivering twelve-year-old orphan Zita Brydgeborn a letter saying she has inherited a distant castle, she jumps at the chance of adventure. But little does she know that she is about to be thrust into a centuries-old battle between good and evil. Blackbird Castle was once home to a powerful dynasty of witches, all of them now dead under mysterious circumstances. All but Zita. And Zita, unfortunately, doesn’t know the first thing about being a witch.

As she begins her lessons in charms and spells with her guardian, Mrs. Cantanker, Zita makes new allies—a crow, a talking marble head, two castle servants just her age named Bram and Minnifer, and the silent ghost of a green-eyed girl. But who is friend and who is foe? Zita must race to untangle her past and find the magic to save the home she’s always hoped for. Because whatever claimed the souls of her family is now after her.

Unforgettable and utterly enchanting, this stand-alone tale about family, belonging, and friendship will bewitch readers of Kate Milford's Greenglass House, Victoria Schwab's City of Ghosts, and Diana Wynne Jones’s Howl’s Moving Castle. Cinders & Sparrows is a magical page-turner by the author of The Peculiar, the acclaimed international bestseller.

Hardcover, 368 pages
Expected publication: October 13th 2020 by Greenwillow Books
Pre-Order here
and here

Eee. When I saw that cover and read about the book a little while ago I knew I had to have this book. And now I simply cannot wait to read it. Sigh. Will order a hardcover and read it when it gets here :) So very excited. The book looks gorgoeus. And sounds pretty amazing too. Just how I love my middle grades :)
What are you waiting for on this witching Wednesday?

Monday, August 24, 2020

Review: The Other Side of the Sky by Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner

Oh. This feeling is what I want every book that I read to give me. It is the feeling of perfection. The feeling of such happiness. This book was everything to me. Every part of it was perfect. I loved it beyond words. Okay, that cliffhanger ending killed me, but gosh, how good it all was. Sigh. Five stars for this most precious book.

I knew I had to read this book when it was first announced. I very much love both authors and their books, together and not. Their writing is so good. Was even more perfect in this. It looked fully gorgeous. And sounded so very good. And I am so happy that I read this precious thing. Because it meant the very most to me.

Also, how gorgeous is that cover? I do not think I have ever seen prettier people on book covers. Nimh and North are so stunning. And I simply can't wait to own this book for myself when it comes out in just a few short weeks. I was not really prepared for how epic and amazing this book would be. I was not at all prepared for how much I would love both characters and how stunning the romance would be. Without them ever touching each other. Oh. This story was the best. And the worst at times too. I am not sure I can survive waiting for book two after that rude ending. I must know what happens next. Okay, it ended pretty amazingly. But so very evil. Book two will be incredible and I cannot wait for it. This world created was so very well written and so exciting.

There is so much I wish to share about this book. And even more I will forget about, which is always the case with books that I love. But where do I even begin with this book. I shall not write too much about it, as I do not want to spoil anything. This book tells the story of Nimh and North. He is a prince living on a floating island in the sky. His people have been there for so long, never looking down at the world below. Nimh lives on the ground, as the one living divine goddess among her people. They are so very different.

And reading about them meeting each other was the very best. Eee. But first, getting to know them both. They were so interesting and exciting to read about. North lived in the sky, where his people had all kinds of technology available. Almost like our world. Nimh lived on the ground, with no technology. With magic instead. Which was way better, in my opinion, haha. This book starts with learning a bit about them both. And then North falls from the sky in his self-made glider. Someone had sabotaged him; he couldn't stop.

They end up meeting because Nimh travelled at that time to look for a miracle to save her people. And she ended up finding North. And oh, how I loved these two the most. They were with each other for pretty much the whole book. And it was so good. No stupid drama, no hurt, no pain. Okay, a little hurt, but it was so good. I so loved how they began having feelings for each other. And how this was impossible between them. It was beyond good. I shipped them more than anything. And their growing friendship was the best.

Nimh has been the living goddess for her people since she was five years old. When the divinity chose her as its vessel. Her world have always had one divine person. A person who could help everyone. The last one was a healer, able to heal anything. And now there is Nimh. She cannot do a single thing. Which is not usual. And her people are losing faith in her. Which was the worst to read about. Nimh was lonely. Shut away. Being a goddess meant she could never touch anyone. Ever. Or she would lose her divinity.

And then North was there. And all she wants is to touch him. He is different to her, as he is the only one she has met that does not know her. And he falls for her quickly too. And just. Sigh. I wanted these two together so badly. Yet they never touch in this book. Not once. It was still the most perfect thing. And I so hope there will be touching in book two. And lots of it, haha. Anyway. I have not mentioned the plot much. And I will not. Nimh is searching for a miracle. North is searching for a way home. At least, he was at first.

There was so much that I loved about this book. I'm not mentioning all of it. But gosh. There was magic. And it was so awesome. There were other great characters too that I loved. This book has a special cat through this whole story. The bindle cat. And oh my gosh, this was the most adorable thing. I have a cat myself and always love reading about them. Sigh. This cat was most adorable and cute. And helped them a few times too. He was way too precious. And still alive, ha. I loved this book with the whole of my heart.

One of the things that I loved very much about this story was how diverse it was. The main characters are not white. And I loved that. They were also not all straight, and I loved that too. There are mentions of the main boy having planned on making a three with his two best friends, boy and girl. Which wasn't possible because of him being royal. But they all wanted it. And I loved how this was included in this book, how it was normal in this world. To me, at least, all was written well and this book included so much. All so good.

The Other Side of the Sky was everything I want in a book and so much more. It took me completely by surprise. I knew I would love it, but I did not know that I would love it this much. I did not know how much the story would mean to me. How exciting I would find everything to be. Just, gosh. This book was every bit of perfect to me. And I so cannot wait to know what happens next. Biggest thank you to the publisher, HarperTeen, for the auto-approval on Edelweiss. So glad that I read this precious book. You need it too.

Saturday, August 22, 2020

In My Mailbox #459

I have finally managed to read a book this month, haha :) Which I was so excited about, then it ended up being meh. Sigh. But hoping this means I will read more this coming week too. Fingers crossed. I do have a lot of books I need to read, ha. Starting with more eARCs :) Sharing some of my newest arc downloads below, though not all from the last week. Only two books in the mail this time, haha. But that is fully okay :) A couple of new blog posts. This week I'm waiting on Maya and the Rising Dark. <3 Shared my review of Skyhunter :) I'm doing as best as I can. Feeling all kinds of awful. Pain all over. Sigh. My sister and her kids just had a cold. And I'm preeetty sure I'm getting it too. Sigh. Don't want to. It is not Corona, as my nephew got tested. And we don't have it in my town yet. But yeah. A cold is bad enough. But despite that I'm good :) Hope you are all staying safe. <3 I need to get better at catching up. Oops. Will do more soon.

TRUEL1F3. Got my Australian paperback edition. <3 Love the different covers. Love how big it is. Eee.
Midnight Sun. Oops. I had to get the UK paperback edition too, haha :D So big. My god. Still. I love it :)

Dustborn. EEE. I am SO excited that I got approved for this beautiful thing :D Beyond thrilled to read this.
All These Warriors. AHH! SO thrilled that I got excited :D Eee. Reading my hardcover of book one shortly.
The World Between Blinks. I had to download this precious thing when I saw it. <3 Adore both authors so.
Instant Karma. Ahh! Finally got to download it, from being autoapproved, haha :D Can't wait to read this.

More Instagram photos here. <3

Friday, August 21, 2020

Review: Skyhunter by Marie Lu

I have some mixed feelings about this book. I had been excited to read it for ages, as I have been a fan of Marie since her first book came out. And this new one sounded pretty amazing. And it was. At first. I found the beginning to be pretty great. Thought I would love this book. But then I grew bored. I just did not love it.

Which breaks my heart a little. Giving this book three stars. I so wish I could have loved it. But I also still liked it a lot. I liked the characters a lot. I enjoyed learning more about this world. And the writing was good. Not perfect, as I had issues, but was good and I did enjoy a lot of this book. I just didn't love it like I wished.

There is so much I wish to share about this book. Yet I'm certain I will not be able to write much of it down. Will be sharing some plot details about it, yet not really any spoilers. This book takes place in a world almost ours. The people in this place knows that there were people existing long before them, better people who knew much more than they did. There were ruins of their cities and a few books about the things they did. But what happened to these ancient people are not known. They are just gone. And those living in this world now are just trying their very best to survive. One type of people are having a war with everyone else. They have conquered every land so far, except for one. The land and people of Mara. Where our main character, Talin, live now.

Getting to know this girl was pretty good. At first I felt certain that I would adore her. But I grew so bored with her and everything. I felt like so little happened and I felt like her thoughts just stopped being all that interesting. Which was the worst. But yeah. There were parts of Talin that I did love, though. She and her mom escaped from their home about ten years ago, when the Federation took over their city. They fled with so many others, while others lay dead behind them. It was so sad to read about. So real at times too.

And so Talin has lived in Mara for years now. With her mom and their people being forced to live on the outside of the city walls, not with the people of Mara. They are being called names and not treated well at all for being foreign to those who live there. It was heartbreaking to read about and so very real with the world we live in too. We learn about Talin and her mom. I liked them both. But Talin has a big hole in her memory, and I felt like this was being mentioned a little too much without anything ever happening with it.

Talin has not spoken a single word since the day she and her mom escaped from their home. And so she speaks with sign language. And that was another thing I really loved. I loved the diversity in this book and the inclusion of people who do not speak. I felt like it was done well, though I cannot know for sure, as I'm not without speak. But for me, it was written good. I adored Talin even more for this. Despite how I felt like this book was boring. Oops. But it was not all bad. As I liked learning about this world. Just wanted more.

Talin has trained as a Striker since she was twelve. Since a boy noticed her watching them. She was not allowed to be there, inside the city walls. But she was. And she wanted to be a Striker so badly. This boy helped her become one. When they had never included someone like her before. She wasn't treated well by everyone. Which was not good at all. But she had her Shield. The boy she fought with every day and trained with to get better. Corian. Whom then died straight away. Yeah. I felt like there was too little grief.

This book is about Talin and her now country fighting to remain free from the Federation. About her and her friends being the best to defend their land. They are trained to fight Ghosts, some type of awful man-made monster sent at them. I found that interesting, but not scary enough at all, to be honest. Ack. It is the story of Talin saving an enemy soldier from being executed. About being forced to then take care of him after that. A man named Red. I did like him a lot. Still, wanted more. Sigh. He was exciting, though.

Because Red had been through so much. He was not quite human. They had done experiments on him. Which was the very worst. Yet so interesting too and I liked reading about it all. I was just fully confused at times. It starts with him being whipped, until he was almost dead. Yet it is never mentioned again. Did he not have any damage, when he almost died? Too weird. How quickly he trusted Talin and her friends. How he suddenly just defended them and forgave them all. It seemed way too unreal and weird for me.

But yeah. I still liked getting to know Red and I liked reading about him and Talin. An almost romance. I shall not say much more about this book. Already said way too much. Oops. I liked the characters. I just found them a bit boring. I liked the plot, yet that was a bit boring too, which disappointed me. At first I did like the writing. But then I just wanted the book to be over with already and could not find it in me to care about any of them. Which I am not pleased about. Sigh. But still. Three stars. As I did enjoy this book too.

Huge thank you to the publisher, Roaring Brook Press, for letting me read this book early via Netgalley. I'm glad I read this one. And will still be getting a hardcover for my Marie collection. This book also ended on a big cliffhanger. I did not care that much, but I must know what happens next too, ha. Skyhunter was a pretty great book. Not perfect to me, sadly, but pretty exciting at times too. The characters were mostly good. The story was mostly interesting. I just did not love it. But so curious what the rest of you will think.

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Waiting on Wednesday #462

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


Goodreads Description:

In this highly anticipated contemporary fantasy, twelve-year-old Maya’s search for her missing father puts her at the center of a battle between our world, the Orishas, and the mysterious and sinister Dark world. Perfect for fans of Aru Shah and the End of Time and The Serpent’s Secret.

Twelve-year-old Maya is the only one in her South Side Chicago neighborhood who witnesses weird occurrences like werehyenas stalking the streets at night and a scary man made of shadows plaguing her dreams. Her friends try to find an explanation—perhaps a ghost uprising or a lunchroom experiment gone awry. But to Maya, it sounds like something from one of Papa’s stories or her favorite comics.

When Papa goes missing, Maya is thrust into a world both strange and familiar as she uncovers the truth. Her father is the guardian of the veil between our world and the Dark—where an army led by the Lord of Shadows, the man from Maya’s nightmares, awaits. Maya herself is a godling, half orisha and half human, and her neighborhood is a safe haven. But now that the veil is failing, the Lord of Shadows is determined to destroy the human world and it’s up to Maya to stop him. She just hopes she can do it in time to attend Comic-Con before summer’s over.

Hardcover, 304 pages
Expected publication: September 22nd 2020 by HMH Books for Young Readers
Pre-Order here and here

I have seen this book so many times on Twitter. And now I have finally read the summary. And eee :D I cannot wait to read this book. I think it sounds pretty awesome and I think I will end up loving it. And so I shall pre-order it very soon. I also have the YA book by this author; though haven't gotten to it yet. Soon :)
What are you waiting for on this dark Wednesday?

Saturday, August 15, 2020

In My Mailbox #458

Oh, help. I got all the books this week. Ahh. Bookdepo has suddenly been super fast in shipping books, haha. And got a few books that took two months to arrive. Oops. But they are all here now, finally. Sigh. And they are all goddamn gorgeous. But ahh. So many! Help. So happy with them all. Been so busy this past week. Exhausted, but good. Got some of my pop figures on new shelves, and eee. It is perfection. Sharing next week :) I have not read anything yet. Not for all of August. I know what I need to read. I just cannot make myself start. Oops. Soon, I hope. Have so much I need to get to. I'm simply too busy and too exhausted. I also might have re-watched The Lord of the Rings trilogy this week, haha. <3 Extended edition, always. They are my favorite movies of all time. So very good. But yeah. No books read. And so behind on taking instagram photos. Gah. Must get better :) And so, also, only one new blog post. This week I'm waiting on The Language of Ghosts. <3 I'm still doing mostly okay. Medicine not fully working. Ugh. But I'm good. And safe. And I really hope all of you are too. <3 The world is such a mess right now.

Seven Devils. Eee. I'm very excited for this book :D And had to have both the UK and US editions. <3
Midnight Sun. Will be forever and ever until I read this book. But I had to buy it, UK and US, of course :)
Darkdawn. I know. Not reading this book. Oops. But of course, had to own this new UK paperback of it :D
TRUEL1F3. Oops. I got a second copy; which I did not order. Hmm. Way too weird, haha. I don't mind :)
All These Monsters. Eeee. I'm very excited about this book. Will be reading soon, I hope. Seem amazing.
Splinters of Scarlet. It's here, finally :D I cannot wait to read this one soon too. Love this author a bunch.
Rebel Spy. Eee. Finally got this lovely book. Took forever, ha. And I enjoyed this book a whole lot. Love.
The Oddmire. Finally owning this book, haha. I adored it so much and had to own this pretty hardcover :)
The Girl and the Witch's Garden. Finally finally got this precious book. <3 I cannot wait to finall read it :D
One True King. Eee. My UK and international pback edition. Sigh. These books are the very best ones.
Igniting Darkness. Got my gorgeous UK paperback too :D It looks so very precious. Love this cover tons.
Imprison the Sky. Eee. I really really need to re-read Reign the Earth. Oops. Sooon. US pback edition :)
Wayward Son. Sigh. I still need to re-read Carry On. Oops. One day soon. I loved it so very much. Ack.
Descendant of the Crane. New UK edition of this lovely book :D I adored this one so much. And so pretty.

More Instagram photos here. <3

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Waiting on Wednesday #461

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


Goodreads Description:

Forced into exile on an enchanted, moving island, ex-princess Noa Marchena has two missions: reclaim her family’s stolen throne and ensure that the dark powers her older brother, Julian, possesses don’t go to his head in the process. But between babysitting her annoying little sister, Mite, and keeping an eye on the cake-loving sea monster that guards the moving island, Noa has her hands full.

When the siblings learn that their enemies are searching for a weapon capable of defeating Julian—whose legendary spell weaving is feared throughout the kingdom—once and for all, they vow to get to it first. To everyone’s surprise, the key to victory turns out to be a long-lost magical language—and only Noa can speak it.

But what if by helping her brother, Noa ends up losing him?

Hardcover, 368 pages
Expected publication: September 8th 2020 by Balzer + Bray
Pre-Order here and here

I needed some new books to read, by new to me authors. And when I saw this cover, I knew I had to have this book. Eee. And so I have already pre-ordered it, oops :) I'm very much hoping that I will love it. <3 And feel pretty positive about it too. It looks stunning. And sounds so awesome. I can't wait to read it.
What are you waiting for on this ghostly Wednesday?

Saturday, August 8, 2020

In My Mailbox #457

Oops. This week I did not read at all. Or do much of anything. Simply relaxing after spending all of July reading, haha. Needed some time off too :) Got a bit of mail. <3 And got more medicine this week. But so far I'm not having any effect from it. Which is not normal at all. Uuugh. Hoping that it's just slow, and that it does not mean my medicine will not work on me anymore. Fingers crossed for me, please. Anyway. Only one new blog post. Oops. This week I'm waiting on The Lives of Saints. <3 I'm hoping to read a new book this coming week :) Though still just taking it slow. Hope you are all doing well. <3 And are staying safe :)

Keeper of the Lost Cities. Oops. I had to get the hardcover and paperback of this special edition. Love.
TRUEL1F3. UK edition of this pretty book :D I think that I love the new covers. Cannot wait to read this.
Descendant of the Crane Swag. Eee. Thank you so much Joan for this most perfect swag. <3 I love it so.

More Instagram photos here. <3

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Waiting on Wednesday #460

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


Goodreads Description:

Enter the world of the Grishaverse and Shadow and Bone, soon to be a Netflix original series!

Dive into the epic world of international bestselling author Leigh Bardugo with this beautifully illustrated replica of The Lives of Saints, the Istorii Sankt’ya, featuring tales of saints drawn from the beloved novels and beyond. Out of the pages of the Shadow and Bone trilogy, from the hands of Alina Starkov to yours, the Istorii Sankt’ya is a magical keepsake from the Grishaverse.

These tales include miracles and martyrdoms from familiar saints like Sankta Lizabeta of the Roses and Sankt Ilya in Chains, to the strange and obscure stories of Sankta Ursula, Sankta Maradi, and the Starless Saint.

This beautiful collection includes stunning full-color illustrations of each story.

Hardcover, 128 pages
Expected publication: October 6th 2020 by Imprint
Pre-Order here and here

EEE! I so cannot wait to own this beautiful thing :D Gosh. It sounds so goddamn incredible. And full color illustrations in all of it too? Yes please. I am such a huge fan of Leigh and the Grishaverse. Sigh. It's been way too long since I read the original trilogy, though. I will be re-reading them soonish. And I simply can't wait. Mal and Alina were always my favorite ones. <3 I truly cannot wait to read about all of these saints :)
What are you waiting for on this saintly Wednesday?

Saturday, August 1, 2020

In My Mailbox #456

This week have been so very busy. But so good too. Have spent many days outside; as we finally got a bit of heat and sun :) It's been so good. Eee. <3 And finally finished my re-read and read of The School for Good and Evil series :D Ahh! Read them all in July. So happy. They are the best books. So much love. <3 But also happy to be finished, haha. As I have so many movies I want to watch now :) So on a small reading break, so I can watch some movies, finally. New blog posts this week :) I shared my review of A Crystal of Time :D This week I'm waiting on City of Spells :) I shared about the cover reveal for The Island :) Then I shared my review of One True King. <3 Sigh. No catching up just yet, as I do not have any time left at all. Not even for my spa bath most days. How rude. But doing good. And so far safe too, but that seems to be changing in Norway these days. Sigh. I hope you are all okay. <3 And enjoying summer :)

Igniting Darkness. This gorgeous thing arrived days ago, early :D Must re-read all books first, oops. <3
TRUEL1F3. Eee. I need to re-read book one very soon, to finally finish this trilogy :D I have peeked. Sigh.
Darkdawn. US paperback for this one too :D I know.. I haven't read it. Sigh. I may never, haha. Still. Love.
Immunity. Eee. US paperback is out. My gosh. This duology was beyond perfection. The best books. <3
The Iron Daughter. Second new special edition :D It looks so gorgeous. I love these new covers so much.

More Instagram photos here. <3