Monday, February 28, 2011

Once upon a Twilight!: Book Tour: Darkness Becomes Her Grand Prize Giveaw...

Once upon a Twilight!: Book Tour: Darkness Becomes Her Grand Prize Giveaw...: "Today we have saved the best for last. Kelly Keaton is ending with a bang her book Darkness Becomes Her tour. Thanks to Kelly you will hav..."

For Georgina Kincaid fans...

Richelle Mead announced via twitter that the cover of Succubus Revealed, the final book in the Georgina Kincaid series will be revealed tomorrow! Me and Alana are so excited to see the cover and read the book, but since the book doesn't come out until later this summer, we are more than happy to ogle at the cover for now!

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Alana is Currently Reading...

Siren's Call by Devyn Quinn

Review of Lament

·         Reading level: Young Adult
·         Paperback: 325 pages
·         Publisher: Flux; 1 edition (October 8, 2008)
·         Language: English
·         ISBN-10: 0738713708

Sixteen-year-old Deirdre Monaghan is a painfully shy but prodigiously gifted musician. She's about to find out she's also a cloverhand—one who can see faeries. When a mysterious boy enters her ordinary suburban life, seemingly out of nowhere, Deirdre finds herself infatuated. Trouble is, the enigmatic and conflicted Luke turns out to be a gallowglass—a soulless faerie assassin—and Deirdre is meant to be his next mark. Deirdre has to decide if Luke's feelings towards her are real, or only a way to lure her deeper into the world of Faerie. 

This book was amazing.  It was all about this girl named Deirdre who is a threat to the Queen fairy because she has powers that she could use against the queen if she wanted to. The Queen sends her servant Luke to kill Deirdre but when he meets her he falls in love. Deirdre has no idea who she is and what powers she possesses and Luke tries to help her in every way he can, even though he is a servant to the Queen. I love the romance between Deirdre and Luke. She has no idea who he is or where he came from but she still can’t help just going along with him. She trusts him automatically. They have such a good connection, that it just makes you want to read and read to find out what happens between them. Also Luke is kind of a bad boy with a terrible past, and reading about him just makes you really feel for him and love him even more. I also like how in the beginning Deirdre really doesn’t think so highly of herself but in the end she gains strength and courage to do what needs to be done. I really love this author, and so does Grace. She also wrote the books Shiver, and Linger, which are two of the best books ever. If you want to read more about them check out the authors site.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Grace is currently reading....

Review: Never Cry Werewolf

  • Reading level: Young Adult
  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: HarperTeen; Reprint edition (September 7, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0061349259

Summary:When Shelby is packed off to "brat camp" as punishment for one too many broken curfews, things start looking up when she meets fellow camper (and son of a rock star!) Austin Bridges III. But soon Shelby realizes there's more to Authin than crush material--he wants her help guarding a dark family secret. Shelby knows that bad boys get her into trouble...but who is she to turn her back on a guy in need, especially such a good-looking one?

Review: I actually rather enjoyed this book. I liked how the romance was quick to start. Austin's wolf-ness, for lack of a better word was quick as well. I really enjoyed the whole camp setting, I thought the idea that they were making s'mores and sleeping in cabins was cute. The little characters were enjoyable just as much as the main ones. It was a quick and enjoyable read with all the usual teen problems. Boys, step-moms, miscommunication with parents, and gossip. It's a bit young, probably for a younger audience, maybe 15-17, but enjoyable all the same.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Revew: The Lying Game

  • Reading level: Young Adult
  • Hardcover: 320 pages
  • Publisher: HarperTeen (December 7, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0061869708
Summary:   Identical twins who have never met, a mean-girl crowd with more money than morals, a stoic foster kid, and a beyond-the-grave narrator all propel readers into a roller-coaster ride of physical and emotional challenges in this first book in a new series. Foster kid Emma, two weeks shy of her eighteenth birthday, discovers she has a twin named Sutton and runs away from Las Vegas to meet her in Tucson. Sutton, however, seems to have been killed during the making of a snuff film. Narrating from the afterlife, Sutton cannot remember exactly who killed her, or much else about her life, as she watches her living twin try to solve the mystery

Review:  I was drawn to this book because I had read Sara Shepard's Pretty Little Liars series. I enjoyed the enough that I read the whole series and watched the show, I assumed I would enjoy this book just as much. I can't say that I DIDN'T enjoy it, but there was something about it that didn't hook me as fast or as much as Pretty Little Liars did. I think the real intense and mysterious part of the book took too long to get to and I found myself whizzing through it waiting for that part to finally hit. Don't get me wrong, it is an interesting book, it is by no means boring or uneventful, I just wish it would have had fun and intense moment a little ore often. The last few chapters of the book are the best, unlike most books where they are winding down the story by that time, in this book the story is just gaining momentum. Of course I see Sara's reasoning, she wants you to keep reading and buying the next in the series (Never Have I Ever- August 2, 2011). I will definitely read the second book and probably all four so I can see how it concludes. All in all I'd say it was a good book, I wouldn't recommend it per-say, but I wouldn't not recommend it either, if that makes any sense. If you're a fan of Sara Shepard go for it, if not, well, see for yourself, you never know.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Alana is Currently Reading...

Lament - The Fairy Queen's Deception
By Maggie Stiefvater

Review of Mistwood

·         Reading level: Young Adult
·         Hardcover: 320 pages
·         Publisher: Greenwillow Books; 1 edition (April 27, 2010)
·         Language: English
·         ISBN-10: 0061956996

Summary from Amazon
For centuries, the kings of Samorna have depended upon the immortal Shifter for protection. When the Crown Prince Rokan ventures into the Mistwood to find the Shifter, she again allows herself to be caught, to be tamed, and to be tangled into the deception and danger of the human court. The Shifter is uneasy, though. First she woke with no distinct memory of the past and now she finds that she is unable to change shape. As she adapts to palace life and painstakingly hides her inability to embrace her past abilities fully, she seems to become more the Lady Isabel as she is known in court, unwittingly displaying human emotions and hesitating in her bound duties to the crown. As Rokan becomes king, he is thrust into danger, seemingly from all sides. Isabel learns much more than she bargained for as she hunts among courtiers for conspirators and finds her loyalties divided. This story unfolds gracefully, mirroring the slow path Isabel must travel to begin understanding herself and her place in the world. Her journey in self-acceptance takes place within a country in turmoil.


I really enjoyed this book. Throughout the whole book the Shifter named Isabel is pretty much fighting within herself to determine if she is the true shifter or just a human girl. She has been made to protect the King at all costs using her ability to fight and shift into any animal. I can’t imagine just spending my life protecting someone who may or might not be a good person, but just because they are King I have to protect them. Rokan which is the future king and Isabel have this relationship where you continually think that she is more than just a shifter to him and he is more than just a King to her. Isabel has to face a huge decision in the end to defend Rokan or defend a person who is truly not a good person. I really wanted Rokan and Isabel to be together, I wish there could have been a little more Romance in the book, but at least the ending is happy. This book is full of mystery and will truly make you think about what is going on, and once you read the truth will unfold. I would definitely recommend this book.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Grace is currently reading....

Alana is Currently Reading...

Mistwood by Leah Cypess

Review Of Awakened

·         Reading level: Young Adult
·         Hardcover: 304 pages
·         Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin; First Edition (January 4, 2011)
·         Language: English
·         ISBN-10: 0312650248

Summary from the House of Night Website

Exonerated by the Vampyre High Council and returned to her position of High Priestess at Tulsa’s House of Night, Neferet has sworn vengeance on Zoey.  Dominion over Kalona is only one of the weapons she plans to use against Z.  But Zoey has found sanctuary on the Isle of Skye and is being groomed by Queen Sgiach to take over for her there.  Being Queen would be cool, wouldn’t it?  Why should she return to Tulsa? After losing her human consort, Heath, she will never be the same – and her relationship with her super-hot-warrior, Stark, may never be the same either…

And what about Stevie Rae and Rephaim?  The Raven Mocker refuses to be used against Stevie Rae, but what choice does he have when no one in the entire world, including Zoey, would be okay with their relationship?  Does he betray his father or his heart?

In the pulse-pounding 8th book in the bestselling House of Night series, how far will the bonds of friendship stretch and how strong are the ties that bind one girl’s heart?


The House of Night series is one of my favorite series. I must say though that I thought the series should have ended already. I found myself getting bored at times and then really excited when the good parts happen. I went into reading this book thinking that I have to read it only because I have read all the other books in the series so far.  I skipped some parts in the book to get to the good parts, I did go back and read them though when I finished the book.  The only things I really wanted to know was what happened with Stevie Rae and Rephaim?, who I happen to think make the best damn couple even though he is not even close to having a human body. Throughout the book it hints that Rephaim will have to choose between good and evil. Another thing I really wanted to know was if Zoey would come back to her friends because they really needed her, one of her closest friends die, but I won’t say who. She makes the right choice in the end though. And the last thing I wanted to know was if Neferet was finally going to get her ass kicking, but she still lives and is an evil being ;(. But by the end of the book I was really glad that I read it. The best thing that happened though which I know Grace was really happy about is that a previous character comes back ;). I will definitely read the next book Destined which is suppose to come out in November 2011. 

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Grace is currently reading....

Review: Uninvited

  • Reading level: Young Adult
  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Simon Pulse; Original edition (October 23, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1416939784

When rejection comes back to bite you...

Jordan's life sucks. Her boyfriend, Michael, dumped her, slept his way through half the student body, and then killed himself. But now, somehow, he appears at her window every night, begging her to let him in.
Jordan can't understand why he wants her, but she feels her resistance wearing down. After all, her life -- once a broken record of boring parties, meaningless hookups, and friends she couldn't relate to -- now consists of her drinking alone in her room as she waits for the sun to go down.
Michael needs to be invited in before he can enter. All Jordan has to do is say the words....

I originally got this book because I liked the cover, i'll be honest. After reading the back I thought it sounded really cool so I went and got it. I have read an Amanda Marrone book in the back, and I remember not liking it until the last 50 pages or so. I did not like this book, and I wouldn't recommend it. I think the idea behind the book, the plot, was a good one, but I think the actual writing was boring. It was a really east read, I started on the way to school and finished it on the way home, so if you're looking for a really easy really fast read, sure, maybe you'll like it. I found it hard to relate to the main character Jordan, as she is an alcoholic and a druggie. It was just a really blah book. I got it assuming there would be a lot of vampire activity going on, since it is about a vampire, but it seemed like the vampire aspect was put aside to Jordan's drinking and drug problem. Not a recommended book. Sorry Amanda. 

Monday, February 21, 2011

Grace is currently reading....

Review: Th1rteen R3asons Why

  • Reading level: Young Adult
  • Hardcover: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Razorbill; 1st edition (October 18, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1595141715
Summary:from When Clay Jenson plays the casette tapes he received in a mysterious package, he's surprised to hear the voice of dead classmate Hannah Baker. He's one of 13 people who receive Hannah's story, which details the circumstances that led to her suicide. Clay spends the rest of the day and long into the night listening to Hannah's voice and going to the locations she wants him to visit. The text alternates, sometimes quickly, between Hannah's voice (italicized) and Clay's thoughts as he listens to her words, which illuminate betrayals and secrets that demonstrate the consequences of even small actions. Hannah, herself, is not free from guilt, her own inaction having played a part in an accidental auto death and a rape. The message about how we treat one another, although sometimes heavy, makes for compelling reading.

I first read this book after hearing that Selena Gomez was starring in the movie. As I have said in an earlier post, I like to read books before they come out as movies. So, I gave it a shot. It turns out I really enjoyed it, I read it in one day. I could not put it down because I just wanted to see how everyone involved got themselves into the situation. I also wanted to see how Clay Jenson, the narrator of the book got himself involved in the suicide of Hannah Baker. I developed an immediate liking to Clay, he seemed like such a nice and down to earth guy, someone I would be friends with in High School. He didn't seem to match up to the other people on the tape and I knew I would be disappointed if I found out he was actually a mean guy. I often become so attached to character in books that I get insulted or sad if anything happens to a protective mother in a way. I think anyone who reads the book will fall for Clay like I have and as Hannah has. The reader will see the events that leads to Hannah's decision and wish they had been there to stop her from going through with it. A definite must read for people of any age, high schoolers will learn that every action they do towards people have a consequence, and older readers will remember the sometime horrible moments of high school and hurtful gossip and rumors. You will become entranced in the story that is Hannah Baker, and the relationships she has with the others in the book. Everyone is connected in one way or another and each relationship escalates her hardships. Read it, read it, read it.

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I Am Number Four Movie Review

I went to see I Am Number Four on Friday because I really loved the book. I figured that since the rights to the movie were purchased even before the book was out that they wouldn't change it too much for the movie right?...Wrong. The movie starts off right away being incorrect such as: John taking pictures and hanging out having a good time. Those of you who have read the book know that Henri says no pictures, ever, for any reason. Now I know that you can't keep 100% accurate and true to the books, because then we would be sitting in the theatre for a long time getting every detail from the book into the movie. I for one have no problem with this, as a book lover, I would MUCH rather see my favorite books word for word, scene by scene, fact by fact on the big screen. I would gladly take the long hours in the movies rather than the shorter time and seeing my book get butchered. There were so many things in the movie that they changed from the book that didn't even HAVE to be changed. Like Sam's glasses for instance, he didn't wear them in the book AT ALL. He didn't wear his NASA shirts which were a vital part of the book. And the hayride where Mark decided to beat up on John, Sara, Sara's friend and Sam? Sam wasn't on the ride in the movie, and it wasn't set in October as a Halloween fair, it was a spring fair. Would it really have been such a big deal to make it a Halloween fair? I just really think that there were things that had no reason to be changed. If I had watched the movie just going in thinking it was a movie I would be impressed by it, but since I read the book, I was too caught up in how the book was changed to enjoy it as a movie. Which is sad. The box that is so important to John and Henri hardly plays a role in the movie, and the story of John's legacies and his visions from Lorien are terribly understated or non-existant. There were really so many things that were left out, changed, underplayed, that I could go on typing here for a very long time and this blog would take up the whole site. So, I'll leave it at that, and tell you to check out the movie and see for yourselves. I would still recommend you to see it, because as a movie in itself it is good, but as a book turned movie....not so much.

A really great and up to date site

I find myself going here everyday. It makes my train ride to school so much more interesting. I read the email on the bus and then buy the books suggested while i'm on the train. Take a few minutes to check it out and sign up for the newsletter. A new one is sent everyday! It's something to look forward to.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Grace Is Currently reading....

Thirteen Reasons Why : By Jay Asher

Books Turned Movies

Often times we see our favorite books becoming movies. I like to get in the reads before they become movies, so you will see in future posts that I am reading books that are soon to be, or will be movies in the near future. I most recently read The Perks Of Being A Wallflower and now I can not wait until the movie comes out so I can compare and contrast the book to the movie. Hopefully we won't see to much of a change from the book to the movie, but as we already know, that is often the case. Here are some books that will be movies,that I have read.

  1. I Am Number Four (out February 18)
  2. Thirteen Reasons Why
  3. Water For Elephants
  4. The Hunger Games
  5. The Perks of Being A Wallflower
  6. Beastly
For a wonderful site that follows books to their journey of being a movie, head here:

They are a truly wonderful and up to date site, Be sure to check them out for all your "Page to Premiere" questions!

Review of The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

So, I finished the Perks Of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. I  really enjoyed the book, grew pretty attached to Charlie, the main character. I am no good with writing summaries, as I aways end up telling the story event by event, so I've decided that I will just copy a summary on here that is on the back of the book.

It is the story of what it's like to grow up in high school. More intimate than a diary, Charlie's letters are singular and unique, hilarious and devastating. We may not know where he lives. We may not know to whom he is writing. All we know is the world he shares. Caught between trying to live his life and trying to run from it puts him on a strange course through uncharted territory. The world of first dates, family dramas, and new friends. The world of sex, drugs and The Rocky Horror Picture Show, where all you need is that perfect song on that perfect drive to feel infinite.
On the the review. I enjoyed this book very much and quickly forgot that I was actually reading a book. The book is a series of letters sent to someone whom we do not know, in which Charlie is describing different moments in his life, how he's feeling, who he's seeing, and what is happening. Although the other characters in the book found Charlie to be a "Freak" or "Weird" I found him to be someone I would enjoy hanging out with. He does have his strange moments but don't we all? This book is an easy read and I would recommend it to anyone who is just looking for something fun and quick to read. Do not let the thought that it is a quick and easy read keep you from seeing how well the book is written and how great the story lines are. There will be at least one character from the book that you will relate to. A definite must read to all, young and old. 

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Grace is currently reading....

You'll find that as books are propositioned to become movies, or have already been cast and are getting recognition and news worthy, I read them. I like to read books before the movie comes out so when I heard this book was become a movie I immediately took it out of the library. I liked the cast just on principle (anyone else find Logan Lerman completely HANDSOME?) Logan Lerman as Charlie, the main character. Emma Watson as Sam, the girl he is friends with and is also in love with. I liked the cast and now that i'm mostly through with the book I can definitely see them as the characters. It is certainly an interesting read, and a rather quick one, as it is composed of a series of letter written to an anonymous "friend". Review and summary to come.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Alana is Currently Reading...

I am reading Awakened by P.C Cast and Kristin Cast. It is the 8th book in the House of Night Series. I like this series a lot. The whole series is based on this 16yr old girl Zoey Redbird who found out she is becoming a vampire and has to leave behind her family to attend The House of Night which is a boarding school that is meant for fledging vampires to go to. There she meets many different people including some of her best friends. Along the way Zoey founds out she was marked by the special goddess Nyx. She develops these powers to control all the elements. She has to go through obstacle after obstacle to defeat the evil in the world. Without giving too much away about the 8th book, the book is basically about Zoey having to find herself and the courage to continue battling and defeating the evil, even though she has the opportunity to remain in a realm where there are no problems for her, and she gets to be with her warrior and love, Stark. The book is also about her best-friend Stevie Rae, but I won't get into that now. I will discuss it more in detail when I finish the book ;)
You can check out the website of the series by clicking on the House of the Night.

Upcoming releases for February

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Out 2/22/11

Summary and review of The Book Of Spells

Summary: 16 year old Elizabeth (Eliza) Williams can't wait to start school at the Billing's school for girls. She looks forward to leaving her home and escaping her overly-proper mother. Mrs Williams expects her to be a proper young lady who exhibits perfect etiquette. She knows sending her to Billings will teach her how to be the lady she believes her daughter should be. Her older daughter May came back with more than just etiquette and proper behavior, but an engagement as well. Elizabeth has a different idea about her time spent at Billings. She will spend her time in the library reading the books she loves, but her mother forbids her to read (a frivolous and silly thing for a woman to do). Eliza has no idea that her love of books and curiosity will change the course of her life forever. Eliza and her friends fins a trunk of books that contain spells and incantations, intrigued by the possibilities this can lead to, they start a coven casting basic spells and holding secret meetings. Looking only at the fun they are having the don't realize the tragedies they are about to face, and ignore the warnings to turn back.

Review: As a fan of the private series I was happy to read this prequel and see the Billings girls of the past. I originally assumes the girls in the book would be the ones who started the Billings house, and show the evolution of the infamous Billings name. It turned out that was not what it was about, but none the less I enjoyed the book and the characters presented. The novel was about 11 girls who become a coven of witches and perform basic spells. The story has a sort of love triangle in which Eliza finds herself falling in love with the Fiance (Harrison) of oner of her coven members, the feelings are mutual which stirs up some trouble among the two. I found myself anticipating the arrival of Harrison and the secret rendezvous that he and Eliza have. The book is a quick and easy read, not requiring much concentration or serious thought, which is good for those just trying to enjoy a book. In true Private fashion there is a slight love story that comes with many complications, but I was disappointed to discover that the love aspect of the book was not played out as much as I had hoped. I was hoping for more secret rendezvous and stolen kisses. One must take into consideration however; the time period in witch (pun intended) the book is set (1915). The girls weren't as open, and wild as they are in Billings today. We wouldn't expect Noelle Lange or Ariana Osgood to fit in there. Any fan of Kate Brian will definitely enjoy the book and find it an interesting and fun read. I would recommend fan of Sweep by Cate Tiernan to check it out as well considering the witch craft and covens aspect. Definitely recommended to Private fans. See how the Billings girls have changed from high collared ankle length dresses to murder, scandals, and designer barely there dresses.

A question: When I was reading the book, they kept saying how this was Eliza's first year, but then she ended up sharing a room with Katherine who was a third year, and she was in the third year building. Did I misread or was this just an error in the book?

Here is a link to Kate Brian's website, a direct link to the book of spells section:

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Iron Crowned

Iron Crowned
          Richelle Mead's, Dark Swan Series, which is one of my favorite series is coming out with its next book Iron Crowned on Feb 22. I personally can't wait to read this book. The First two books in her series are Storm Born and Thorn Queen. You guys should definitely check it out. I will be sure to post a review about the series soon including the new book.  Just click on the title and it will direct you to more info about it :)

Born at Midnight

Born at Midnight
    Born at Midnight is a new book by C.C Hunter that will be released on March 29, 2011. I thought it looked interesting so I posted this for you all to go and check it out. Just click on the title above and you'll be directed straight there!

Grace is currently reading....

I am currently reading The Book Of Spells by Kate Brian. I have been reading and following the private series, and have enjoyed them from the beginning. The Book Of Spells is called a private prequel, but any fan of the series knows that there already is a prequel titled: Last Christmas which focuses on a brief Christmas break romance between Ariana Osgood and the beloved and short lived) Thomas Pearson. So I wouldn't consider this book to be a prequel necessarily, considering there already is a prequel to the series. This is more of a pre-prequal, because this book isn't set in the distant past, but rather it is set in 1915, before Easton Academy even allowed girls into their campus. I was a bit guarded going in to the book, considering the huge twist in plot that the series has turned down. To avoid spoiling this book, and others in the series, do not read past this point if you haven't already read them **SPOILERS** the pre co-ed Billings' girls find a secret treasure map and follow the directions to the basement of a church. Here they discover a trunk of spells and magic books, they start practicing from the book and officially become witches. I am currently on page 150 in the book, and was pleasantly surprised to find that I am actually enjoying it (despite how far off it is from the rest of the series). A full summary and review of the novel will be posted once I finish it, which will be soon, so hang tight.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Authors We Have Met

Grace with Suzanne Collins, August 24, 2010. Pictures were not allowed WITH the author, so we had to settle for a pic of them talking, while getting Mockingjay signed.
Grace with Beth Revis on the Breathless Tour. February 9th, 2011.
Not your traditional author, but we met Kat Von. D after she wrote her second book.

Alana meeting Richelle Mead on January 18, 2010. She read an excerpt from Spirit Bound.

Grace meeting Richelle Mead on January 18, 2010. She read an excerpt from Spirit Bound.
Grace meeting Richelle again on December 7, 2010 reading from the last book in the Vampire Academy series Last Sacrifice. We wouldn't find out until February, but she was pregnant at this signing!

Grace meeting Brenna Yovanoff, Ally Condie, and Andrea Cremer in NYC for the Breathless Tour on February 9th, 2011.

Grace and Andrea Cremer. Breathless Tour, February 9th, 2011.

Our First Blog!

This is our first official blog, and hopefully many more are to follow. We are new to the blogging world (writing, not reading). I guess we should get started on introducing ourselves, what we read,what books interest us, and why we're here. To start off our names are Grace (22) and Alana (21), and we are both full time students. I (Grace) was not MUCH of a reader as a youngster, although I did read occasionally (I was in "Readers are Leaders" after all), the first leisure book I read was recommended to me by no other than, Alana when we were in the 9th grade. If You Loved Me by Marilyn Reynolds was the book that started my reading career. I went on from there to reading books by Judith Gould (The Greek Villa being my favorite). We set off on a whirlwind of reading after that, and always recommended books to each other of all different genres. The books that have been catching my attention as of late are ones based on Dystopian societies. Of course, my favorite is The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (Team Peeta!!). I recently read Matched by Ally Condie, another book set in a Dystopian society. I have time between traveling an hour and half to the city to and from school everyday to read a few books every week or so, so I figured I'd put that reading to good use and review the books I've read on here to share with all of you book lovers! Hopefully the books I read and review will be a make or break point for your decision to read the book as well. Feel free to comment on any review we write saying if you liked or disliked the books, agree or disagree with our comments, or any thing you feel like adding. I hope to hear from you all soon and long live read2read!