The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken Series: The Darkest Minds #1 Format: Paperback Pages: 528 Published by Disney Hyperion Top 3 Genres: Dystopian, Young Adult, Paranormal My rating: Set it on fire/If you have nothing else to read/you need to read it/Run and buy it. Source: Paperback provided in exchange for an honest review by Chapters Indigo To buy the book on Chapters: HereAdd to: Goodreads
Mind Games by Shana Silver Pages: 320 Format: ARC provided by Swoon Reads Top 3 Genres: Dystopia, Thriller, Romance My rating: Set it on fire/ If you have nothing else to read/ you need to read it/Run and buy it. To buy the book:CA • US • FR• Bookdep Add to: Goodreads Hey guys! Today let’s talk about a book I was pretty excited about … and that unfortunately disappointed me ….Mind Games! (But … Lire la suite Mind Games: too many execution flaws despite an interesting futuristic base!
Hi guys! Little Top Ten Tuesday from France today 😉 Enjoying the sun FINALLY!! And a lot of reading!!! Anyway, here is my little TTT of the week: Most Anticipated Releases of the Second Half of 2019! ( If you do not know what TTT is, you can read all about it at That Artsy Reader Girl.)
Archenemies by Marissa Meyer Series: Renegades #2 Source: hardcover provided by Raincoast Books Pages: 496 Top 3 Genres: Young adult, Dystopian, Super Heroes My rating: Set it on fire/If you have nothing else to read/you need to read it/Run and buy it. Add to: Goodreads Hey guys! I’m so excited to share with you my Archenemies review today! This book was so great and so much more … Lire la suite Archenemies: villains, heroes and some in between!
Wildcard by Marie Lu Series: Warcross #2 Also in this series: Warcross Format: ARC provided by Penguin Teen Canada Pages: 352 Published by Penguin Random House Top 3 Genres: Young Adult, Dystopian, Science-fiction My rating: Set it on fire/ If you have nothing else to read/ you need to read it/Run and buy it. To buy the book: CA•US• FR• Bookdep Add to: Goodreads
Hello bookdragons! Confession time: For almost 20 years of my life (even as a baby, yes) I thought I didn’t like sci-fi. For me, sci-fi meant Stephen King Running man or robots or weird aliens in very dubious books. But then, IT ALL CHANGED. How? Why? I’m gonna tell you!