Rating: 4/5 stars warning: Not for the fainthearted When the last page was flipped, I needed to make sure my surroundings were okay – no lurking shadows, eerie voices or anything. It’s been a while since I read some reality-altering novel like this.
Title: The Haunting Season Author: Michelle Muto I just turned the last page of The Haunting Season and spent like 5 minutes staring blankly into space because my mind mentally screamed for more. Really? It’s over? Is there a book two or something? Please don’t leave me like this. Well basically, those are… Continue reading The Haunting Season by Michelle Muto (Book Review)
Title: Between Author: Cyndi Tefft After flipping the last page of Between, I suddenly found the need to find a good reason to move on with my life The moment I finished reading Between, I instantly tweeted to its author, Cyndi Tefft, that I need to find a good reason to move on… Continue reading Between (Book Review)
Title: Minutes Before Sunset Author: Shannon A. Thomspon Brief Summary: As the First Descendant of the Dark prepares himself to battle the Light because of a prophecy, he unexpectedly meets a girl that made his life take a 360-degree turn. The young man whose heart grew cold after a certain accident involving a girl who… Continue reading Minutes Before Sunset (Book Review)
WARNING. MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS
Let me start off by saying that, just like the four books I’ve read prior to this one (The Infernal Devices trilogy + City of Bones), Cassandra Clare managed to pull things off yet again by giving her readers and her supporters the sudden and unexpected twits and turns of the plot. Quite honestly, though,… Continue reading City of Ashes (Book Review)
If a book makes me feel so many emotions in just one go, then that’s what I call a book worth reading. This is exactly my sentiments for Michelle Muto’s Don’t Fear the Reaper Title: Don’t Fear the Reaper Author: Michelle Muto BRIEF SUMMARY: Don’t Fear the Reaper is basically about this teenage girl who… Continue reading Don’t Fear the Reaper (Book Review)