Summer Holidays are now here. Insane amounts of reading have commenced ...
Books read in July
112) Witch Hunt by Ruth Warburton (British Books Challenge)
113) Winger by Andrew Smith
114) Zero Hour by Will Hill (British Books Challenge)
115) A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray
116) Come back to me by Mila Gray (British Books Challenge)
117) The Miseducation of Cameron Post by Emily Danforth
118) Pink by Lili Wilkinson
119) Derby Girl by Shauna Cross
120) Threads by Sophia Bennett (British Books Challenge)
121) Rooftoppers by Katherine Rundell (British Books Challenge)
122) Lies like Love by Louisa Reid (British Books Challenge)
123) Pea's book of best friends by Susie Day (British Books Challenge)
124) Maybe One Day by Melissa Kantor
125) Buffy the Vampre Slayer Omnibus #4
126) Thirteen Chairs by Dave Shelton (British Books Challenge)
127) Sorry about me by Laura Dockrill (British Books Challenge)
128) Dawn by Eve Edwards (British Books Challenge)
129) Waterborn by Rachel Ward…
Rosie has managed to
wangle spending the summer before uni in the same house as her boyfriend
Cal – but who else should also be staying except for the infamous
Things between Cal and Rosie could never have
been described as easy, but her growing jealousy seems like an
unstoppable force. Can their love weather the storm?
My thoughts I have been waiting for this book for ages and couldn't read it quick enough. I loved it because it was Funny, heartfelt and really sweet. It felt me to like a Sarra Manning novel comparable to the Diary of a Crush series.
I particularly loved Rosie and all her worrying as she was definitely a character I could relate to with my crazed worrying and OCD list making.
My very geeky side adored the pop culture references particularly those that referenced His Dark Materials,
A book I adored and a series I would thoroughly recommend
Ryan Dean West is a
fourteen-year-old junior at a boarding school for rich kids. He’s living
in Opportunity Hall, the dorm for troublemakers, and rooming with the
biggest bully on the rugby team. And he’s madly in love with his best
friend Annie, who thinks of him as a little boy.
With the help of
his sense of humor, rugby buddies, and his penchant for doodling
comics, Ryan Dean manages to survive life’s complications and even find
some happiness along the way. But when the unthinkable happens, he has
to figure out how to hold on to what’s important, even when it feels
like everything has fallen apart.
Filled with hand-drawn
info-graphics and illustrations and told in a pitch-perfect voice, this
realistic depiction of a teen’s experience strikes an exceptional
balance of hilarious and heartbreaking
is one of those books that you pick up and happily read and laugh along
to before it unexpectedly smashes you in the chest and leaves you an
When Summer's mom died, her life is turned upside down
will states that Summer's legal guardian is her uncle Tristan: a man
Summer has never even heard of before. Forced to leave her life in
London, Summer moves to Tristan's creepy, ancient house in Cornwall.
There she is met with indifference from him, open hostility from her
cousin, and an aunt who has chosen to leave rather than to tolerate her
presence. Soon Summer comes to believe that the house may be haunted.
But is it haunted by ghosts, or by the shadows of her family's past?
Scared and lonely, Summer begins to spend more and more time in the
beautiful sheltered cove she discovers nearby. But she's not alone. A
local boy frequents it too. Can Summer find first love and the answers
to the mysteries of her new home with this good-looking boy who appears
to be too perfect to be true?
My thoughts This was an OK read. I happily read it and enjoyed it well enough. I loved the se…