Friday 29 March 2013

Funny Fridays: I Need Help...

I was thinking the other day and I realised something.  Something that made me go:

What was this revelation that made me suddenly believe the very thing people have been telling me for years?

Well.  I shall begin with a little story, shall I?  Yes.


I was searching the web for some book-nerd-ish quotes (y'know the sort: "Life's Short.  Read Fast.") and I came across this one that made me smile 'cause it's just so, so true and so, so me:
"I hate having my heart broken by fictional characters."

This got me thinking though.  There's another saying I love which is, ironically, about love:
"Love is giving someone the ability to destroy you, but trusting them not to."

Or, a similar take of this spoken by one of my fictional loves Jace Wayland:
Ergo, for these characters to break my heart, I've got to love them - like really, really love them...  Haven't I?  It's only logical.  I mean, the signs are all there.

And before you can ask "What signs?" here is my list of symptoms:

  • I can't stop thinking about 'my' characters
  • I can't sleep and when I do...
  • I dream about them
  • I'm constantly wondering what they're doing (which makes zero sense, because hello, they're fictional!)
  • My heart races and my hands get clammy when they walk in (to a scene... in a book...)
  • I sigh and laugh at awkward times because I'm thinking about things they've said
  • I want to do stupid things to get their attention, like find a Stele and draw runs everywhere to see if I'm one of them.  Or go to West Virginia and put myself in a stupid and slightly dangerous situation so he can stop time and save me, maybe even heal me so I can be joined to him...  Or join St Vlads so I can become a Guardian and either be trained by him or get trained so I can guard him (yeah, two loves in that world.  Sigh...)
And there's more...  Loads more...  Symptoms.  Those four are my main loves.  

So yeah.  I'm in love with fictional characters.  They are totally ruining me for the real world. 'Cause no one's as perfect as my fictional loves.

Okay, now feel free to roll your eyes and go:



Because the answer is:

But you know what?

I love my weirdness and I plan to embrace it and let everyone know how freaking crazy I am because:

Well.  Except my love for...
Daemon Black (Obsidian)

Jace Wayland (TMI)

Adrian Ivashkov (Vampire Academy/Bloodlines).  
Even though Chace isn't the official Adrian (yet, fingers crossed!) he's so gorgeous he needs two pictures.  Plus, I love Adrian SO MUCH!!

Dimitri Belikov (Vampire Academy)

Crazy weird girl out.  
But let me know who you're in love with in the comments! :)

Tuesday 26 March 2013

Teaser Tuesday (#40)

Teaser Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading.

Here are the rules:
  • Open your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two "teaser" sentences from somewhere on that page
  • Be careful not to include spoilers!
  • Share the title and author too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR list if they like your teaser!

    I have a sneaky extract from Noble Conflict by Malorie Blackman - which comes out June/July (I think...)  It's an awesome book! :D

    From Noble Conflict by Malorie Blackman, Chapter Three, Page 24

    'What on earth...?
    Why was a terrorist looking at data about Calliston Water?'

    Noble Conflict by Malorie Blackman

    Synopsis From Goodreads:

    Years after a violent war destroyed much of the world, Kaspar has grown up in a society based on peace and harmony. But beyond the city walls, a vicious band of rebels are plotting to tear this peace apart. It is up to the Guardians - an elite peacekeeping force - to protect the city, without ever resorting to the brutal methods of their enemy.
    When Kaspar joins the Guardians, he has a chance encounter with a rebel - a beautiful girl named Rhea. Haunted from that moment on by strange visions and memories - memories that could only belong to Rhea - he realises he hasn't been told the truth about what the rebels really want, and what he's really fighting for.

    I love Malorie Blackman and am super excited about this book!  So far, it's amazing! :D

    Hope you all enjoyed the teaser!!  Leave me a link to yours! :D :D

Friday 22 March 2013

Sister Assassin by Kiersten White

Series: Sister Assassin, Book One
American Name: Mind Games
Publisher: HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks
Format: ARC
Published: 19th February 2013
Number of Pages: 302
Book: For Review*
Genre: Paranormal, Urban Fantasy, Science-Fiction, Thriller, Suspense, Action-Adventure, Mystery, YA
Recommended Age: 14+
Contains: Violence, Death, Alcohol References
No Drug References
Author's Site: Kiersten Writes

7 years ago our parents died.
5 years ago we came to this prison.
4 years ago I found out the truth.
3 years ago she killed for the first time.
An hour ago we fought back.
THEY are the ones who need to watch out.
Two sisters stand together in a world determined to blow their lives apart.
Hanna meets The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo in the slickest, grittiest, most compelling thriller you’ll read all year.

I read this book last year.  I can still remember it so clearly.  Or, more precisely, the things it made me feel.  I fell totally in love with two sisters.  I had my heart broken by the pain they felt, by the way one was so very broken I myself shattered.  By the guilt and pain and hopelessness the other felt on her behalf.  I found myself laughing as my heart literally ached, smiling through tears and once I had finished... I just sat trying, and failing, to pull myself together.  I couldn't.  This story, these girls, this... everything... destroyed me.  Like, literally.  I only have to freaking think about it to feel myself tearing up.  Definitely not something I'd expect from a book about assassins, that's for sure.  
Ok, I'm gonna go on with this review before I start crying again.  And yes, it's still that freaking bad.  Quite amazing really, when you think about it...
“The moment he bends over to help the sorrow-eyed spaniel puppy, I know I won't be able to kill him. 
“This, of course, ruins my entire day.”
Fia never wanted to do this.  She doesn't want to kill people.  She doesn't want this gift, the thing that made her valuable in the first place.  She doesn't want to be stuck here, killing on command. 
But she doesn't have a choice.  She has to do this.  If she doesn't, they will hurt her sister Annie, the only family she has left.  And it is her job to look after Annie.
Only when Fia's target rescues a puppy, Fia knows she can't do it.  She can't kill him – her instincts are screaming for her not to.  And her instincts are always, always right. 
It's then everything begins to unravel...
Annie is used to control Fia, kept prisoner at Kessler's School for Exceptional Girls, a school that uses girls with unique abilities.  She may be blind, but Annie is a Seer.  She knows everything her sister has done.  She is told to watch Fia constantly and report what she sees. 
But she doesn't.  She lies to those controlling them.  To protect her sister. 
But Annie is haunted by a terrible secret, one that threatens to destroy girls just like her and Fia.  She's haunted by a future too – a future she can feel but can't reach.  Not here in this prison.  Not with her sister being abused like she is. 
Separated and running out of time, the two sisters have to find a way out – permanently. 
But they won't be able to just walk away.  No, they will need to fight back to be free.  Fight back and risk everything...
I love White's Paranormalcy, so when I saw her name on this book, obviously I wanted it.  But then I saw the title: Sister Assassin.  And, OMG, I so wanted it!  I have a wee bit of an obsession with assassins at the minute – blame Nikita, Throne of Glass and Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick.  I don't know why, because, duh, they should be the bad guys, but I love watching shows and books humanise the person behind the smoking gun.  How they are so damaged and hurt and didn't have a real choice...
Anyway, I thought I knew what to expect in Sister Assassin.  But while it had White's key wittiness and amazing characters, it was so much more too.  It was beautiful and devastating and totally addictive.  It says in my blurb that it is the "most compelling thriller you'll read all year".  And it is.  TOTALLY.  And I've read a hell of a lot of thrillers this year.  And I think it is the first thriller ever that's made me cry.  Oh yeah.  You'll cry.  These girls will just break your heart and make you love them so much it hurts.  I can't wait for more!
The characters were amazing – seriously.  They always are.  They’re so real and 3D.  All of them.  But especially the girls, who I love so freaking much it's actually nuts.  Fia…  God, she was so very broken.  It literally broke my heart, seeing what they’d done to her – what they’d made her do.  I loved her snark and wit, how kickbutt she was.  She was just so, so broken.  They called her a monster.  She killed.   But she only ever wanted to protect Annie.  She only ever cared about Annie.  She broke my heart, I loved her so much.  And Annie, well, she was so strong and smart and caring.  I loved her dry sense of humour, and how when a guard offered to help her, she comes back with telling him yes, he could open a window.  Why? he asks.  "So you can throw yourself out of it", of course.  LOL!  She was broken too, not as much as Fia, but broken.  And I loved her too – so much.
The bond between the sisters was so, so strong. They loved one another so much and always looked out for one another, gave up so much...   It was sweet and so, so heart-breaking.  Heart-breaking…  I loved these two broken girls so, so much – so much it's silly, really, given the book is only a little over 300 pages.  Yeah, I mentioned how wonderful White's characters are, right? Well, here are ramblings about a few more...
Eden: loved her, how kind she was to Annie.  Adam was a real sweetie.  James… I could never make my mind up about this bloody boy.  I hated his guts and wanted to tear him to pieces one moment.  The next, I swear I was falling in love with him.  I mean, how can he do that to me?!?!
The writing had all of White's wittiness and.... MULTIPLE POVS!   Yessss!  I love it when we get sibling perspectives, rather than love interests.  And I loved that the girls sounded so different.  But seriously, what is it with Miss White and writing books that make me smile or laugh one moment and then break my heart the next?  Needless to say, White's writing is completely out of this world.   And the plot was just non-stop action.  I loved the suspense and action.  What I loved more was that we had chapters about past events in the sisters’ lives, giving us a full background, while giving us the action-packed present at the same time.  And just like the Seers can’t see Fia because she never plans, I was completely blank about the whole plot.  Literally.  I had no clue what would happen next.  It was so bleeping addictive and I need so much more of it all – I’ve been left satisfied but with a million questions and an all-consuming need for more more more!
The school.  We were kind of thrown into the deep end with the world and the abilities – thrown in the deep end full of suspense and action and adrenaline.  I loved that sense of knowing but not understanding, of not really knowing where you stand, if that makes any sense?  It added to the excitement of it all.  Also, I feel like this could all be happening like right now, for some reason... creepily...  Some complaints though: we are never actually told what the school is called.  Ergo: I can't WAIT for the next book so I can find out more about the school and world.  I have so, so, so many questions about EVERYTHING!!
This book was just so much more than I thought it would be.  White has an amazing ability to totally knock my socks off every time I pick up one of her books.  She takes a pretty common genre/subject and makes it into something new and amazing and exciting and perfect.  Like with the assassins.  She made two so very damaged and amazing girls as our leads.  And don't even get me started on the action...
Needless to say, I adored Sister Assassin.  And when I say 'Sister Assassin', I mean every single thing about this book.  I really can't think of a single freaking bad thing to say.  Honest to God I can't.  Sister Assassin is as freaking close to perfection as it is humanely possible to get.  Sure, that makes me sound like a totally crappy reviewer, but so what?  It's what I believe.  
Oh wait.  Just thought of a negative:
Sister Assassin was far too freaking short.  I need a million more pages ASAP!
But seriously.  Please oh pleasee oh pleaasee give me a sequel soon.  Miss White, please?
But, God, Kiersten White!  Why must you break my heart EVERY SINGLE TIME I read one if your books?!  WHY?! :'( 
Oh, and Fia wasn't a monster you gits, she was just broken as hell.  So there. 

Star Rating:
5 Out of 5

Read this book if you liked:
Paranormalcy by Kiersten White
Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead

Challenges It's Taking Part In:
Happy Reading
* This book was received from HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review

Tuesday 19 March 2013

Silly Gif-Review of Opal by Jennifer L. Armentrout's Ending...

Ok, this is a silly p-re-view of my review of Opal by Jennifer L. Armentrout.  I'm posting it a) because I haven't done anything in like forever on my blog.  Sorry - I've not been well! :(  And b) because I just can't seem to find the right words.  So maybe this post will help.

Opal is the third in the Lux series, which is the BEST SERIES EVER!!  

I mean, I just wanna find Jennifer Armentrout so I can go:


But Opal... the ending...  Well, let's just say it's so freaking ARGHH that I had to do this post of gifs.  I've never used gifs before.  Like, ever.  But in this case, they are so, so badly needed...

My reaction to Opal's ending:

All The GIFs You'll Need To Express Your "Doctor Who" Feels...

All The GIFs You'll Need To Express Your "Doctor Who" Feels

All The GIFs You'll Need To Express Your "Doctor Who" Feels

I need 

If not....

And trust me.  I am not exaggerating.  Not even one. little  bit.

But I'm gonna stop now, 'cause you're all probably going:


Full, real review to come soon...  It'll be gif-less, promise...

Daemon Black.  Y'see why I love him yet?

Happy Reading

P.S. Gifs are fun! 

Wednesday 6 March 2013

Onyx by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Series: Lux, Book Two
Publisher: Entangled
Format: Paperback
Published: 14th August 2012
Number of Pages: 416
Book: Bought
Genre: Science-Fiction, Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, Fantasy, Romance, Thriller, Suspense, Action-Adventure, YA
Recommended Age: 14+
Contains: Swearing, Violence, Sexual References, One Dangerously Hot Alien
No Alcohol, Drug References
Author's Blog: Jennifer L. Armentrout

Warning: This review will be an excited rambling of a fangirl who is totally in love with a certain boy from this book.  You could read it and laugh, or, the recommended option, you could go and buy the book and then ramble yourself.

Review From Amazon:
Being connected to Daemon Black sucks...
Thanks to his alien mojo, Daemon's determined to prove what he feels for me is more than a product of our bizarro connection. So I've sworn him off, even though he's running more hot than cold these days. But we've got bigger problems.
Something worse than the Arum has come to town...
The Department of Defense are here. If they ever find out what Daemon can do and that we're linked, I'm a goner. So is he. And there's this new boy in school who's got a secret of his own. He knows what's happened to me and he can help, but to do so, I have to lie to Daemon and stay away from him. Like that's possible. Against all common sense, I'm falling for Daemon. Hard.
But then everything changes...
I've seen someone who shouldn't be alive. And I have to tell Daemon, even though I know he's never going to stop searching until he gets the truth. What happened to his brother? Who betrayed him? And what does the DOD want from them--from me?
No one is who they seem. And not everyone will survive the lies...

“I’d made enough of a fool of myself tonight.  Kicked a hissy fit over Ash and Daemon, stormed out of the party, and nearly decapitated Simon.  All of this before midnight. 
I don't want to give this plot away.  Cause if you haven't read Obsidian, I don't want to give anything away.  Though, both blurbs pretty much give everything away anyway...
Ok, let's just say this: Katy now knows what her neighbours are.  She fought with them.  She almost died for them.
And now?  Well, she's... uh... different.  And also sorta connected to Daemon freaking Black.  The hot jerk who broke all the rules to save her and suddenly seems determined to prove how much he likes her... and how much she likes him back.
So not gonna happen anything soon - Kat's way too strong for that.
But then... well, let's just say things happen and Katy gets super close to exposing everything.  Especially since the MIB have shown up and are starting to dig around.
So now Katy has to trust this new newbie to help her get herself under control.  Daemon isn't pleased – and not just cause he's jealous.  
It obviously doesn't help that Katy's seeing ghosts of people who should be long, long, long dead.  People who could lead Daemon to the one person he has truly loved and lost – and we're not talking about some girl here.  This is deeper.  Much, much deeper.
And it could kill them all...
I finished Obsidian in one sitting and immediately ordered Onyx and Opal from Amazon.  It told me they’d arrive the next day.
It was just too freaking long.
So I went on my iPad and I bought the eBook version of Onyx. And in one sitting that went from the evening to two in the morning, I gobbled it all up.  I don’t know what it is about Jennifer Armentrout that makes me do that – makes me almost feverish to read every single word and savour them, enjoy them, while making me rush to find out what happens...
So often you read a first book and love it so much it hurts.  And then you rush to get the next and it's like – 'Meh'.  Because it's a huge let-down.  
My God, it SO wasn't one of those! It was just as amazing – maybe even more so! It had all the action, all the romance, all the toe-curling "Holy Hawt Chemistry Batman!", all the humour. And it had all the Daemon. Literally nothing to complain about. And so, SO freaking much to gush about.
Guys, I'm so sorry for this rambly review.  I love it so blinking much that I can't help it.  I simply HAVE to gush.  And gush and gush and then gush a little bit more.
Sigh.  I am SO in love.
I rambled a lot about Daemon last time.  I’m going to ramble even more now.  Because, oh my God, I love Daemon!  He is the hottest thing ever.  And also the sweetest – we got to see this totally lovely, sweet side of him and the totally hot protective side.  If I’m honest, I’m shocked Kat held out on him like she did – I would’ve been all over him!  He really is the most amazing guy and may just have become my newest fave book boyfriend, taking over the likes of Jace and Dimtiri and Adrian.  Sigh.  I love him so much!  I don’t know how I’m meant to wait until the next book comes for more of him!   I have now joined The Daemon Invasion and believe in the cause with every single part of my being.  Team Daemon Forever, people.  For-ev-ah.
I love Katy too.  I mean, she's a book girl!  Who doesn't love people just like themselves in books?  Though, she does have more control than me.  As mentioned before, I'd be all over Daemon the second he walked into a room.  But back to Katy.  I loved watching her grow and become so strong and kickbutt.  I love her wit and strength and snark.  And, of course, the whole book thing!  As she said, "People who didn't heart books didn't understand."  That made me laugh 'cause it's just so, so true!
And Dee – oh, how I love Dee!  Sweet, hyper, friendly Dee.  I felt so sorry for her – she really deserves none of the bad things that happened to her.  She's just the kindest, sweetest thing ever and a really great best friend.  She's not really in this one much, and most of the time I wanted to slap Kat for pushing poor Dee away, but Dee was still so sweet.  And that ending...
As for the new guy.  Well.  I don't want to give anything away.  But all I can say is how could a girl even consider picking anyone over the gorgeous Daemon Black?  Since he is, as I'm sure you know now, the hottest thing since the sun was created.
I love the chemistry between Daemon and Katy. As previously mentioned, and as one of Katy's friends said, "Holy Hawt Chemistry Batman!" Sure, they argue much of the time. But even that is bleeping hot – like stand-back-or-be-burned kinda hot. And the kisses: talk about knee melting! I swear, by the time I finished the book, half of me was lying melted on the floor, and the other half was screaming: I NEED MORE RIGHT RIGHT NOW NOW NOW!!! They are now my favourite book couple in the history of ever.
Obviously, I adore the characters.  But Armentrout's writing?  Equally amazing.  Like seriously freaking amazing.  It's almost dangerously and freakishly addictive and so full of amazingness.  I just love the humour, the suspense, the romance, the action.  And, my God, was the plot amazing.  It was honest-to-God made of awesome.  I loved every single second and couldn't read fast enough.  It blew  me away – completely.  But that ending... OMG, Jennifer!!  Talk about evil!  And I had to wait ages for the next to arrive, 'cause it wasn't on iBooks and it seemed stupid to buy another book twice on my Kindle and there was snow which meant the post was slow.  
Have I proved the addictiveness of this series?  I swear that they're almost druglike in their total and complete overpowering way of getting into my head and my heart and making me fall in love every single page – with everything: the writing, the plot, the characters, the world, Daemon.  I adore this series.  If that isn't clear, which after my rambling it hopefully will be.
I could literally just go on and on and on about Onyx forever.  I loved it so freaking much it's like it hurts.  I can barely put into words how freaking much I love it.  It's almost crazy how much I love it.  If you haven't read it, I don't think you'll get all my psycho babbling.  But think of your favourite book ever and then multiple it by a squillion to get my crazy intense adoration of this book…
And I’m really sorry for the rambling.  I can’t seem to help it when it come to this series…

Star Rating:
5 Out of 5

Read this book if you liked:
The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare
Vampire Academy and Bloodlines by Richelle Mead
Covenant by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Lorien Legacies by Pitacus Lore

Challenges It's Taking Part In:

Happy Reading

Friday 1 March 2013

By Midnight by Mia James

Series: Ravenwood Mysteries, Book One
Pen Name Of: Tasmina and John Perry
Publisher: Gollancz
Format: Paperback
Published: 3rd February 2011
Number of Pages: 448
Book: Borrowed From Library
Genre: Paranormal, Fantasy, Mystery, Urban Fantasy, Romance, Thriller, Suspense, Horror, Action-Adventure, YA
Recommended Age: 13+
Contains: Violence, Death, Swearing and Alcohol References
No Alcohol References
Author's Blog: Tasmina Perry's Blog

April Dunne is not impressed.
She’s had to move from Edinburgh to Highgate, London, with her parents.  She’s left her friends – and her entire life – behind.  She has to start at a new school and, worst of all, now she’s stuck in a creepy old dump of a house which doesn’t even have proper mobile phone reception.
Ravenwood is a prestigious academy for gifted (financially or academically) students – and the only place her parents could find her on incredibly short notice.  So she’s stuck with the super-rich, and the super-smart… and trying to fit in is more than tough.  It’s intimidating and isolating, even when she finds a friend in the conspiracy-theorist Caro Jackson – and perhaps finds something more than friendship in the gorgeous, mysterious Gabriel Swift.
But there’s more going on at Ravenwood than meets the eye.  Practical jokes on new students are normal, but when Gabriel saves her from… something… in Highgate Cemetery, and then she discovers that a murder took place just yards away from where she had been standing, April has to wonder if something more sinister is going on.
…and whether or not she’s going to live through it…

April Dunne has been dragged from her home in Edinburgh and her friends.  Unsurprisingly, she isn't happy.  The fact that she's been enrolled in Ravenwood School, or academy for the wealthy and brainy, just makes everything worse.  And then...  Pupils start turning up dead, murdered, and her father has some weird conspiracy theory.  It involves murders past and the paranormal.  Something is going on.  Something iffy.  And with a beautiful, mysterious boy constantly telling her to "get out" and get new best friend thinking the school is controlled by supernatural nasties, April doesn't think that school could get any weirder.  Only... it turns dangerous instead...
I love paranormal books.  I love murder mystery books.  Ergo, I loved By Midnight.  It had all the awesome paranormal stuff a girl could want, with the most amazing conspiracy theory-slash-mystery on top of that.  It was literally awesome with extra awesomesauce.  It was so brilliantly gothic and addictive and twisty.  The moment I finished By Midnight, I instantly needed the next in the series.  I needed to know what would happen next.  It was just so much fun – and so brilliantly original!  I loved it!
I absolutely loved all the characters – especially April: she was just someone I instantly liked.  She was funny, in a kinda wry, snarky way, but she was also stubborn and practical: she was always rationalizing and weighing everything.  I found her hilarious, with loads of personality and strength.  Plus, I love that she’s the “unofficial Nancy Drew of the underworld” and found her reaction to the whole supernatural news utterly believable and wonderfully refreshing.  I also loved her new friend Caro – she’s sweet, snarky and a total conspiracy theory addict, as well as being completely bonkers and so wonderfully crazy.  I loved how she got completely outraged at being considered “fairy harmless” and just found Caro overall hilarious – she was so brilliantly wacky!  Gabriel was one of those “unattainable” types and for ages my question was: “Who is he?!”  Well, he was cute and rather romantic and sweet and brave and perfect... I may have liked him. Just a little…  And his relationship with April… oh, I loved it.  It felt really real and I can’t wait to see where it all goes next…
There were loads of other minor characters that really stood out.  I found April’s family intriguing and especially loved her relationship with her father.  Her strong friendship with her Scotland-based best friend Fiona was also really sweet.  The Faces were all evil, two faced witches (Caro talkin’, honest) and I found their interactions with everyone intriguing, even though I hated them.  I loved Caro’s best friend Simon, who was a bit of a diva and a total evil genius.  Yeah, they were all just amazingly created – all really alive and jump-off-the-page.
I adored the writing: it was third person, concentrating of April, and was fast paced, full of mysteries and was just really beautifully written.  It was simply, effective, powerful, and oh-so addictive.  And the plot – ohmigod!  It was amazing!  I loved the conspiracy theory, mystery and cold case angle: that, tied up with the paranormal aspect, made for a killer book.  No pun intended.  And it was just so amazingly twisty – I was never bored: never!  It had more twists than… Um, a really twisty thing.  Plus, that prologue: God!  Talk about hooking!
And the supernatural, myth aspect was awesome!  Like, so totally epic and unlike anything I’ve read before ever.  I just loved it all so much!  And I loved all the twists the myths had – I never knew what was going to be revealed next!  It was so cool!
Ok, so there were some parallels to two big cult-classics – one book, one show (those who have read this might know what I’m talking about), but By Midnight was just so different it was untrue.  It was new.  It was fresh.  It was exciting.  It is one of my new obsessions.  I can’t wait for the second in the series!  I mean, paranormal with a mystery and murder thrown in.  Does it get any better?  No.  It doesn’t.  Ever. 
Because By Midnight?  It had secrets, murders and vampires – oh my!
Sorry.  Couldn’t resist it.  You should all really read this book though.  It is literally the coolest, bestest conspiracy book EVER!

Star Rating:
4½ Out of 5

Read this book if you liked:
Night School by C.J. Daugherty
Darke Academy by Gabriella Poole
Empty Coffins by Gregg Olsen

Challenges It's Taking Part In:

Happy Reading