I read Find You in the Dark and damn did I devour that baby. It was such an addicting story. Ever since that book, I became obsessed with Clayton Reed and Maggie Mae Young. So when this book came out, I was allllll over this shit! Their story was so emotional and tragic and heartbreaking. They became one of my top favorite YA couples EVER! And they'll always remain at the top! Loved this book so damn much! But really, I loved this series as a whole with the same intensity. This is a MUST READ!
This book was amazing! I read it so quickly, like a day or two. I devoured this story. I loved and hated Jared. I loved Tate. I couldn't stand her best friend. I really just wanted Tate to toss her ass out. She was alot more forgiving than I would've been for the shit she put her through. But then that's just why I loved Tate so much. She saw past everyone's flaws, which is why she gave Jared another chance. I couldn't help but hate him for what he did to her, but I also couldn't help but love him. I'm such a sucker for assholes, can't help myself. LOL It's definitely a MUST READ in my book!
I'll admit, I was a little worried going into this book. I'd seen sooooo many reviews for it, and they were ALL positive. But why was I so worried then? Because, I'm not really a Dystopian fan. I just can't really get into some of them. Now The Hunger Games and Matched I loved. But other than that, not really. But wow, I was so surprised by how much I loved this book AND its sequel. SO amazing! The plot is unique and fascinating and just pretty damn awesome. I loved Perry and Aria to pieces. Both coming from different worlds, yet meeting and fighting to survive in the realms. It was pretty amazing. I loved seeing their relationship blossom as they depended on each other so much. They were beautiful characters that even in the sequel I was still in love with them, rooting for them the whole way through. And of course, add Roar to the mix. Ahhhhhh, so fantastic! If you like Dystopian, be sure to add this series to your list. You won't regret it! I'm impatiently waiting for the final installment, yet I don't want it to end either.
Well hell. I don't have a clue as to describe my love for this gem. I know so many that've read it and loved it like me. Most people I know have read it. But there are some that haven't yet experienced this tragically beautiful love story, and it's a travesty. This book tore my heart out and by the end, I was inconsolable. August Waters is a must-meet in my opinion. If you haven't met him, you're missing out. This story will stick with you for a long time. I can't say much without wanting to spoil it and then fall to my knees in sobs just thinking about it. As sad as it is, it's also inspiring and just amazing. I highly recommend it.
Holy shit! Noah fucking Shaw. Ummmmm, yeah. That explains it all. Or it should. Maybe not to those that haven't met this sexy SOB. Hot damn! When I first picked this up, or actually when I one-clicked this bitch, I started it right away, not meaning to. I just wanted to read the first chapter, maybe. And then I was gonna read more later. Nah, I wound up finishing half the damn book in a matter of hours. I was sucked in from the prologue. Wow. That book was both terrifying and addicting. But I loved every second of it. Every. Minute. Mara and Noah are an amazing pair and I devoured their whirlwind, chaotic relationship. But not only their relationship, the path they were led on, through the creepy ghostly encounters and the nightmares and the strange happenings. Yeah, as creepy as hell as it was, I couldn't turn the pages fast enough. Even looking around me being the scaredy cat that I am, I didn't care. I kept on reading, like a fiend. But oh so good it was. Ahhhhh, Noah Noah Noah. I freaking love you so much you sexy beast! Don't miss out on him! It's a crime against humanity. Truly.
What an amazing journey this series was. I loved each book so much, but I think Iron Queen was the best of them all. I was took on such an intense and crazy ride with this book. So much action and romance and humor with all the characters. I truly love how Kagawa writes. Her world is one I'd love to live in. Puck and Ash are amazing. I love them both but I especially loved how Ash opened up more with Meghan. He was always my choice for her. Puck is awesome but he, to me, was perfect as the comedic relief for them. I did feel bad for him though. I know he really loved her too and that sucked to see him sad knowing he lost her to Ash. But I really felt it was meant that way. I loved Grim the elusive cat. He's so awesome and funny and just a great asset to the story. I truly loved his quirks and sarcasm. I just loved him period. Really, the whole series is one of my top YA series EVER. I love Ash, Meghan, Puck, Grim, the Wolf. Everything about this series was amazing and perfect and I wanna read it all over again. If you haven't read The Iron Fey series, YOU MUST! Ash is a MUST meet bad boy hero! *sigh*
Oh boy! I read this in March of this year-actually I read the whole series in March. I devoured the first two Infernal Devices books in a few days. I didn't plan on reading it at all. They compete with The Mortal Instruments for my favorite series of ALL-TIME and I was afraid it would surpass TMI. Boy was I right. While I loved TMI, I LOVED TID more. It's basically the same world, just in the Victorian era. And I gotta say, AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME! This series took me through so many emotions; I was laughing, swooning, crying, laughing, crying, and then sobbing. This book took me through all that TEN TIMES OVER. I was a mess by the end of this book. Clockwork Princess was an outstanding end to a fantastic series. Yeah, it hurt in so many places. I still can't get over certain parts and how it really ended. I could've done without the Epilogue. I wish I hadn't read that, but up until that point, I devoured this baby. I loved it so hard, lost so much sleep but it was worth it. I highly recommend this series! HIGHLY RECOMMEND. I still miss Will. He's still my top book boyfriend.
I loved Shatter Me. I saw a lot of reviews for those that didn't like the writing style. I found it to be pretty unique. When I started it, I was intrigued. I loved the slashing of lines and words. I'd never read a book like it. The plot was interesting and the characters really came to life for me. I loved Adam. He was a sweet guy and his love for Juliette was just right. Juliette was a great heroine. I felt for her and everything she went through. But she was strong and genuine and really grew up by the end of the book. Warner was an ass. I couldn't stand him. I really couldn't. I wanted him out of the picture. He got on my everlovin nerves. I felt Adam was the right choice for her, despite all the Warner lovers. I still stand by Adam. And when Ignite Me comes out next year, I hope to God Juliette ends up with him or I'll be pissed. Anyway, I recommend this series if you can overlook the slashes and repetitiveness.
I loved this book! I loved Daniel and Lis. I loved how realistic this story was. I love the fact that I can relate to it in a way. I've experienced similar situation as Daniel and my heart broke for him. It's really tough being Daniel Colton. He's got a secret, but I'm not sharing since it'll spoil the story. But I'll just say, I enjoyed this book a lot. I read it and couldn't put it down. And when I had to, I was still thinking of this book and Daniel. My heart broke for him a bunch. But by the end, I was crying tears of happiness and love. It was beautiful! I know a lot of people quit reading it halfway through, but I think there's plenty that'll enjoy this book. It's definitely a favorite. Also, if you haven't read Berrick's The Education of Sebastian series, that's another I recommend.
Well there ya go. My Top Ten of 2013. And it wasn't an easy task. I read a bunch of great books this year, so choosing only ten was time-consuming and hardcore thinking for me. I hope you decide to read some of these, if you haven't read them already. I can't wait for the books of 2014 now. It's gonna be an awesome year of releases.