TBR, Which Book is Next?

Since I have  finished Looking for Alaska and had posted up the Review earlier in the week, I haven’t picked up another book. Its been a very fast week since Monday was a national holiday, but also very stressful with work.

All I’ve truly wanted to do was sleep in, with the AC turned to a very low temperature because NYC was just getting its usual wave of humidity.

I was looking through my TBR list which is  always changing cause there are just many great books in the world waiting to be picked up!


1: Dreamology – L.Keating.

Alice have always dreamed of Max, the boy of her dreams. They had never met and in the dream, things are always perfect. Then she begins her new school and Max is right there. They begin to get to know each other in real life and its not as dreamy or perfect as her dreams. They also begin to see that their dream blends into the real life hours and must find a way  to fix it.

2: Just Listen – S.Dessen

Annabel, is a young model and seemed to have it all. Until one night, on decision and she becomes alienated from the life she’s always known. With her family dealing with a crisis with her older sister, Annabel tries to be the perfect daughter. Until she met Owen, a music “enthusiast’ who shows her the way to dealing with her problems, been more honest with her herself and the people who surrounds her.

3: If I Stay & Were she went  – G.Foreman

This will be a re-read. I read both books when in 2014, when If I stay was about to be released in theaters.

Mia’s life was good. With normal teenagers problems and the prospect of going to Juliard for music. Then Mia suffers a tragic event that left her as the only survivor in her family. Her boyfriend, Adam stayed with in the hospital and helped her get through her coma. She had a decision to make while she was in a coma, either stay alive or die

4:  P.S I still Love you – J.Han

The sequel to To the boys I’ve loved before, Han brings back Lara Jean and her boys. Lara and Peter are making their relationship real and then someone from her past reemerges and she must deal with her feelings all over again.

6: Glass Sword – V.Aveyard

This is also a sequel book, to Red Queen. Mare must lead the Scarlet Squad to find others like her before Maven gets to them in the fight for equality between the Red and Silver Bloods.

Glass Sword is a book I’d really like read next but I’m doing a delayed tactic since King’s Cage, the third book in the series is going on sale in January 2017.

Its been forever since I’ve read a Sarah Dessen book so maybe I’ll read this first?

What do you guys think?

Comment below, check out the blog soon to see which book is next!

Happy Reading,

New Book Alert: Glass Sword 👑

I was able to get Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard yesterday! It coincide with the reveal of the third book in the Red Queen series, King’s Cage.


King’s Cage will be release next year, February 2017 and I don’t think I can wait. I’m very excited!

A post of my Review : Red Queen is available for my thoughts on the book and what the book is about. I had some points that I believe will be addressed in King’s Cage; there is supposed to be varied POV in it.

Please check back again for my thoughts on how the book is when I begin to read it and after when I have a review up.

Subscribe, like  and comment please.

Happy Reading,


Review : Red Queen

Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

An EpicReads book
Rated : ❤❤❤❤

Honestly, I’ve completed this book for about 3 days before composing this review. I have mixed feelings about this book Aveyard and I’m hoping some of my issue could be taken very seriously in the next installments of this series.*crosses finger *

Red Queen is about a girl, Mare living in a dystopian world. The people are segragated by blood. There are the elite and powerful with Silver blood and there are the paupers and lowly with red blood in their veins.Silvers have abilities, like telekinesis, mind reading, nymphs and so fort while Reds do not. This enables the segregation to be effective in show of powers.

Mare is a red blood. She is bitter, (whiny) and disheartened. She hates the Silvers because they take everything away from the Reds and make them suffer. Due to an accident in the palace during a show (an auctioning of type), the Silvers found that she possed an ability that belongs only to the Silvers. Now they were forced to cover up the anomaly and Mare had to pretend to be like the Silvers.

With her position and power, Mare joins the rebel group, Scarlet Guard, who are seeking justice and equality for all people. Her fight for equality consumes Mare and those all around her in a way that makes you wonder who’s on who’s side?

I truly love this story concept and the twist and turns that Aveyard took us through. There was many times this could have been like any dystopian novel we’ve all read before but she kept us in suspence until the last page was turned.

The beginning of the novel was very slow paced and I found myself almost giving up! It wasn’t until later I totally couldn’t put the book down! I’d advice if you had this problem, go back and shoulder through it. Its totally worth… To a point (at least for me).

Mare made this book quite difficult for me to like. I’m usually a go for strong, opinionated characters but she was very bitter. It cloaked the whole book and made me very distrustful of her voice as the narrator. I think this book should have been in third person narrator. Honestly, she was strong yet weak, a great flaw yet important for a protagonist of a dystopian novel. But she was very uncaring for other peoples wellbeing, especially if they were not beneficial to her. I know her attitude was needed to show how much struggles the Silvers put the Reds through, but I couldn’t help but feel that she needed to tone it down a bit. She didn’t have any remorse for the others who suffered if they were not Reds and her action makes me wonder what will happen if she did have totall control over the Silvers.

There are many love stories in this book, it made an unsual love square. It was intriguing but a tad too much. One of the love stories was obvious to me as it wasn’t to Mare that she was way over her head but it added to the great work Red Queen came to be. Another love story should be shelved off and progress towards another girl in the book.

I’m rooting for Mare and Cal all the way. I think they balanced each other well and Mare just has some growing up to do.

I gave this book only 4 ❤ because of how I feel about Mare and her attitude in general. She should want a revolution in a better way but I’m almost too afraid to see her in complete power mode. She seemed like she would like ittoo much!

I’m looking forward to reading the sequel, Glass Sword !

**I tried really hard not to give away any spoilers, especially with the love square but I’m sure you could guess which was which once you’ve read the book!***

If you haven’t checked out Red Queen, please go and grab a copy immediately!

CR: Red Queen and Lola and the Boy Next Door

So, I wanted to share the books I’m currently reading  and I’m excited.  📚

I’m reading Red Queen at a faster pace than I was in the first couple of chapters but I’m almost done with it.

1: Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard.

Boy was this book very interesting! I am almost done and I don’t want to give away much of what my review will be about but it’s going to be great. Great work Aveyard! I’m looking forward to Glass Swords

2: Lola andthe Boy next door by Stephanie Perkins.

My heart was captured by Anna and Etienne in the magical city of Paris! I just had to get my hand on Lola and find out just what is going on with the next door boy! Its set in the US, San Fran to be exact and I’ve heard great reviews about this I can’t wait.

Hopefully it’s a quick read. I have so much books I’m trying to fit into summer vacay before school encroach on my time.

Reviews will  be posted up once I’ve read and digested them accordingly!

Please follow the blog, like, comment and check out the books !

Upcoming Reads

Hey guys, so I have some upcoming reads that I’m looking forward to.

1: The Distance between Us. By Kasie West.

I just recently found out about West , and I’m loving her books so far! They are really quick reads with touching situation happening beneath the love story that are the obvious attraction. I’m not fully able to relate to their struggles because I’m not a teen anymore but I just love the stories.

2: Red Queen. By Victoria Aveyard

This is going to be my first read from Aveyard and I’m really excited! I’ve seen rave reviews about this book from some of my fellow bloggers and I’m looking forward to reading it.

Pick up your copies and support !

Follow my blog, like and comment guys!