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"City of Ashes" by Cassandra Clare

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"City of Ashes" by Cassandra Clare


Hey everyone! I'm back again!

I feel like I always say the same thing at the beginning of every review. I need to think of something more creative, honestly. What's a good catchphrase I could use? What's something that symbolises this blog that I could say at the beginning of every review?

If any of you think of anything, comment down below!



Novel: City of Ashes

Author: Cassandra Clare

Published: 2008

Genre: fantasy, sci-fi, romance

The number of pages: 411

Series: The Mortal Instruments #2

I really liked this novel, except for the annoying fact that Jace and Clary are 'siblings' (I don't believe it) and can't be together, so instead, we are left with this annoying back-and-forth-ness.

"The greatest fear in Jonathan's life is the love he feels for his sister" - Valentine 

Blurb:
Haunted by her past, Clary is dragged deeper into New York City's terrifying underworld of demons and Shadowhunters - but can …

"City of Bones" by Cassandra Clare

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"City of Bones" by Cassandra Clare

Hey everyone! I'm back again with another popular series that I'm sure a lot of people have read. I'm late to the party yet again...

On the off chance that you haven't read it, you've probably seen the movie or the TV show. But I'm here to tell you that although I haven't seen the TV series, (well, I've watched three episodes), I have seen the movie and it is very, very different from the book.

Even if you have the series, why not read my review and see if you agree/disagree with my view?






Novel:City of Bones
Author:Cassandra Clare
Published:2007
Genre:fantasy, sci-fi, romance
The number of pages: 506
Series:The Mortal Instruments #1

I don't think I've actually ever read a book where I've seen the movie and noticed so many differences between the two. Maybe that's why the movie wasn't a huge hit and they never made the second one.
"To love is to destroy, and that to be loved is to be destroye…

"Breaking Dawn" by Stephenie Meyer

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"Breaking Dawn" by Stephenie Meyer

Hey everyone!

I hope you enjoy this review. I'm kind of sad that I'm finishing this series, but at the same time, I'm glad I finally got around to finishing it. I've finally read the whole Twilight series, are you proud of me?!

I'll shut up now :)






Novel:Breaking Dawn

Author:Stephenie Meyer

Published:2008

Genre:romance, fantasy 

The number of pages:699 (the longest book I've ever read!)

Series:Twilight #4


I liked this book a lot more than Eclipse. I'll rank them in order of my favourites: New Monn, Breaking Dawn, Twilight, Eclipse.
I loved Bella's (SPOILER) pregnancy, her transition into (SPOILER) a vampire, the built-up drama with the Volturi,

This quote will contain spoilers but I thought that it was too important not to include. Read at your own risk! If you haven't read this series, do not read the quote, it will really spoil it for you.


"It was like I had been born to be a vampire. The idea made me want to…

"Eclipse" by Stephenie Meyer

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"Eclipse" by Stephenie Meyer

Hey everyone!

I'm back with a book you all would have guessed. I also stayed up until 1:20 am to finish this so that I could start Breaking Dawn straight away in the morning. It's going to be the longest book I've ever read, so I'm going to need all the time possible! I'm still trying to reach my goal of 45 books read this year and I only have 30 days left now. I've read 36! Do you think it's possible for me to finish it? Probably not, my I think I will be really close. I'll probably get to the 43 or 44 mark and then go and cry for being so close.

Anyway, I need to stop rambling so that you can actually read what you came on here to read!
Enjoy x





I honestly love this cover so much! After finishing the novel, you can actually take away a lot from what the cover relates to, the broken ribbon. I guess if you think about it, all of the covers of the Twilight books mean something. I love how this cover is so simple, yet so e…

"New Moon" by Stephenie Meyer

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"New Moon" by Stephenie Meyer

Hey everyone! 
Even though last time I said that I should have read this series years ago, I think that I made the right decision not to. This way, as I am older, I get to appreciate it so much more. Plus, I'll probably remember them better now that I've read them further into my teen years.

Anyway, enjoy!



Novel:New Moon

Author:Stephenie Meyer

Published:2006

Genre:romance, fantasy 

The number of pages:497

Series:Twilight #2

"Before you, Bella, my life was like a moonless night. Very dark, but there were stars - points of light and reason...And then you shot across my sky like a meteor. Suddenly everything was on fire; there was brilliancy, there was beauty. When you were gone, when the meteor had fallen over the horizon, everything went black. Nothing had changed, but my eyes were blinded by light. I couldn't see the stars anymore. And there was no reason for anything." - Edward Cullen

So, if you read my last review you would have see…

"Twilight" by Stephenie Meyer

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"Twilight" by Stephenie Meyer

Hey everyone! I'm finally back! I've finished all my exams for the year and school is almost over so I should be reading non-stop for the next two months at least!

Just a quick little side note. Yes, I do realise that most people have probably already read Twilight and that I am very, very late to the party. I have seen all the movies and absolutely love them. I also realise that as a fan of books more than movies, I should have read the series years ago but for some reason, I just never did. I know it's really, really ridiculous that I've never read the books because nearly every teenage girl in the world has read them by now, but I'm here now, right? That's got to count for something even if I am really, super, late to the party.

Anway! Enough chatter from me! Even though most of you have probably read this novel, I hope you enjoy my review!

P.S I hope you realise that it's actually really embarrassing for me to admi…

"Last Seen" by Sara Shepard

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"Last Seen" by Sara Shepard 

Hey everyone!
I'm not sure how many more book reviews I will be posting in November as I have exams in two weeks and haven't even started studying! This week will be my study week so I won't be able to fit in any ready time, meaning that I won't be able to review any new books for at least three weeks, unfortunately. I might be able to squeeze a book in towards the end of November, maybe even two, but I can't promise anything. So if you don't hear from me for a while, don't worry, I'm still here. I'll definitely be posting in December, so you'll have lots more books to look forward to as we finish 2018!
Anyway, enjoy this review, as it may be the last one for a little while. But I'll be back!








Novel:Last Seen

Author:Sara Shepard

Published:2018

Genre:mystery, crime, a little bit of romance

The number of pages:293

Series:The Amateurs #3

First of all, can we talk about the cover? I literally love the covers of this…