Review : As You Wish

As You WishAs You Wish by Jackson Pearce

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book was really amusing and sweet, I haven’t really read many books about wishing but this one was great. The ending really satisfied me and I’m rating this 4.5. That missing 0.5 was because I was sometimes confused when Jinn’s and Viola’s POVs switched. It took a little time to get adjusted a few times but other than that, it was really awesome. For once, you get to understand the guy’s viewpoint on this. The love developed wonderfully and what’s more, Lawrence remained a good friend of Viola’s even after they broke-up. I love how he and Jinn became friends as well and the three of them together are like, the perfect circle of friends. So, in case you haven’t realised yet, I LOVE LOVE LOVED this book. And totally recommend it.



Review : The Council of Mirrors ( The Sisters Grimm #9 )

The Council of Mirrors (The Sisters Grimm, #9)The Council of Mirrors by Michael Buckley

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have no doubts this was the best book, despite the fact that it was the last. I even cried, I can’t believe this series is over. Sabrina’s battle with Mirror was really sweet and I was so happy it ended just like that. (view spoiler)[I cried when Seven died and when Puck crashed the wedding TT_TT My heart went “doki doki” (hide spoiler)] I loved the ending, don’t worry, it won’t leave you disappointed. Everything was described so beautifully and I really enjoyed this book the most. I recommend you to read the entire series, it won’t disappoint, trust me.

Review : Living Dead Girl

Living Dead GirlLiving Dead Girl by Elizabeth Scott

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Oh god, I’m trying to wipe my tears blow my nose before my mom discovers me crying. I read a lot of positive reviews before reading this book so I was compelled to read it. This book is so gut-wrenching and the style of writing is so bizarre and dead-straight on Alice’s feelings. It’s so true it really hurts.

(view spoiler)[Why didn’t you tell someone?

Why didn’t you ask for help?

Why didn’t you leave him?

Why didn’t you respect yourself enough to get away?

All our fault, always. (hide spoiler)

When I reached the end, I was so happy for Alice, so happy. Ray wasn’t such a bad guy, inflicting pain on Alice was a result of his mother’s treatment of him. I can’t and never will be able to blame Alice for wanting “Annabel” to take her place so that she could be free, so that someone else could understand what she was going through. This book is more suitable for mature readers, though. I want others to read this book and understand how Alice felt and I thank her for giving me her perspective on this problem. I honestly admit I never want to experience what she went through and that I will never understand what she went through. But I’m really glad that she got what she wished for. (view spoiler)[I’m free.
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Everytime I see those words, I just want to burst into tears again. This book was an amazing experience and insight. I recommend this book if you’re mature enough to read it.

If Only…

I wish I had this magical power than enabled me to get any book I liked, I wish so much to the point i want to strangle myself. I’m been looking for “The Prophecy of the Stones” ever since I read it a few years ago. I was a bit confused but I really enjoyed the book. When I look at reviews all over the net, I just wanna shinigami people. It’s like all they’re concerned about is bashing and badmouthing the author who wrote the book when she was 13. I think she did a great job and that she has a creative imagination. Seriously, it’s like Rebcecca Black and all those haters. I don’t understand why people have this impulsivity to just bash people without actually knowing how much courage and hard work it takes. I wanna read that book again and just review it.  I’m sorry for being mean if you think I was but these are my honest opinions. It doesn’t hurt to actually think about it deeply and wonder how much effort it must have taken. I’m not going to say insensitive things like “Go and die” but I really do hope people learn to be kind. God, how did I digress from a book to being kind? {{|└(>o< )┘|}}


Review : Coffeehouse Angel

Coffeehouse AngelCoffeehouse Angel by Suzanne Selfors

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I can’t believe I finished reading this in a matter of hours. Right now, I feel like screaming and laughing and crying at the same time. That’s right, I think this book deserves 5 stars because in my opinion, it totally it italic text: does. This story was absolutely refreshing and amazing to sum up. And now follow my reasons…The cover didn’t really attract me, to tell the truth but you know that saying

Don’t judge a book by its cover

so I took to reading it. It was so different, how do I explain this? You might think I’m exaggerating, but I’m not. Katrina is an average girl who works at a coffeehouse owned by her grandmother. Her parents were killed in a car accident when she was young. Her unsuspecting act causes a a great change in her life and this book explores the topic of actually finding what your worth is and friendship, family and love. The first part was more on the humorous side but as it progressed, it took on a more serious tone. ( Not that it was bad ). I enjoyed this story so much it hurts. The ending satisfied me and I’m really relieved there isn’t a series. It’s so difficult to find a book these days that isn’t part of a series that doesn’t get crappy as it progresses into each book. I don’t intend to be so harsh but it’s sadly true. But, there still are great series books out there, I mean. Now I’m digressing =.= My point has been conveyed though. I adored this book to the bottom of my heart and I recommend it; strongly.

Review : Give Up the Ghost

Give Up the Ghost

Give Up the Ghost by Megan Crewe

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this book. It was different from the books I’ve been reading recently which all amount to pretty girl liking insanely handsome boy and all those worldly worries. I’m not saying that it’s necessarily bad but sometimes it’s just too much and too cliché.  This is about a girl who was betrayed by her best friend in Junior School and as a result, becomes reserved, I would say quiet. She can see ghosts ever since the death of her sister four years ago . I immensely enjoyed that there was sufficient humour and not too much romance and snogging. I mean, it’s nice when you read a book once in while that doesn’t include kissing when you’re not even halfway through the book. I love how the characters all developed ( even if it wasn’t thatmuch considering the short time span this story took place in ) and came to a realisation of their own. I would definitely recommend this book. Everyone’s entitled to their own opinion and this is mine. ( ⌒o⌒)人(⌒-⌒ )v