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Lisa T Bergen is my favourite author, she is a christian author who writes for adults, young adults, and children. She has two series and a duology for young adults, one series is historical fiction and the other is dystopian fiction. I love her writing so much and love that It is clean fiction. Continue reading
I started Reading ‘I’ll Be There’ yesterday afternoon. I finished it this morning, my goodness that book is good. Continue reading
‘ “Who is she?”
“Where did she come from?”
“We don’t know. All we know is she’s been here longer than anyone else and she does things for the king” ‘
Hearing bells ring.
Oh, dead men sing.’
‘Mouse looked at her like she was a warrior angel. If only she knew how Harper felt inside.’
‘She had vowed to her God never to kill a man, she didn’t want to anyway.
She did not know that vow would be broken in such a horrid way.’
‘She liked how the sun felt on her neck. It made her heart feel warm, and when he looked at her she did not know what to think. All the thoughts flew out of her head like bumblebees.’
Book: City of Glass
Author: Cassandra Clare
Series: The Mortal Instruments (3rd book)
Age Recommendation: 14+
I really enjoyed City of Glass, I definitely enjoyed it more than City of Ashes (It tore me apart). I really liked Clary (the main character) a lot more in this book compared to the first to in the series. It felt to me like she had matured a bit and I liked that a lot, it complimented the storyline very well. so if you have just started The Mortal Instruments, persevere it gets better as the books go on.
WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD, READ ON AT YOUR OWN RISK
I may have completely failed reading my TBR of February…. I finished one book and that was ‘City of Ashes’ by Cassandra Clare. I was planning on reading more but school life got in the way and by the end of every day, week, I was exhausted. So, I’m not going to do a wrap up because that’s completely embarrassing but I am going to do a March TBR.
I’m pretty sure that these books were my February TBR but that’s okay because I will read/finish them at some point this year. So here are the books I will be reading in the month of March:
City of Glass by Cassandra Clare (I’ve started this)
The Last Sin Eater by Francine Rivers (I’ve also started this)
Shades of Doon by Carey Corp and Lorie Langdon
To Kill A MockingBird by Harper Lee (This is for school)
So hopefully I will be able to read these books and have the motivation to read when I feel tired.
“Smart Girls Don’t Wear Mascara” is a book written by an author in my local area, Cecily Paterson. It is aimed at younger girls 12-14 in age.
‘SMDWM’ is about a girl called Abby Smart who is just starting yr 6 at her local school. With her best friends and their Smart Girls Club, Abby knows that it will be the best year ever. That is until the new girl arrives…
Cecily was so kind and gave me her book after I finished doing work experience with her last year. I read ‘Smart Girls Don’t Wear Mascara’ in my summer break.
I thought ‘SGDWM’ good, but I found the main character quite naive. I think this is because this book aimed at younger people and the fact that the main character Abby is a 12 yr old girl.
So besides that, I didn’t have any other problems with the book and thought that it is well written.
I think if I was younger I would’ve appreciated ‘SGDWM’ a lot more so I do recommend it to younger girls, tweens and young teens.
I’m sorry that this post is late, I have just started the school year and it’s quite busy! Let’s start off with the ‘wrap up’. Continue reading
So this is my first book review!
‘Passenger’ is a YA historical/science fiction novel about a girl, Etta, who can travel through time. Continue reading