WWW Wednesday #2 ~27th January 2016

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WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words . It’s open for anyone to join in and is a great way to share what you’ve been reading! All you have to do is answer three questions and share a link to your blog in the comments section of Sam’s blog.

The three Ws are:

What are you currently reading?

What did you recently finish reading?

What do you think you’ll read next?

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I am currently reading:

‘Something Beautiful’ by Jamie McGuire

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Blurb: America Mason, a sassy undergrad at Eastern State University, is in love with a Maddox–Shepley Maddox. Unlike his cousins, Shepley is more lover than fighter, but a road trip to her parents’ home in Wichita, Kansas could mean the next step, or the end of everything.

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I recently finished:

‘Flawed’ by Cecelia Ahern

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Blurb: The Scarlet Letter meets Divergent in this thoughtful and thrilling novel by bestselling author Cecelia Ahern.Celestine North lives a perfect life. She’s a model daughter and sister, she’s well-liked by her classmates and teachers, and she’s dating the impossibly charming Art Crevan. But then Celestine encounters a situation where she makes an instinctive decision. She breaks a rule. And now faces life-changing repercussions.She could be imprisoned. She could be branded. She could be found FLAWED. In her breathtaking young adult debut, bestselling author Cecelia Ahern depicts a society where obedience is paramount and rebellion is punished. And where one young woman decides to take a stand that could cost her-everything.

Expected publication: March 24th 2016

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‘The Night that changed Everything’ by Laura Tait & Jimmy Rice

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Blurb: People say it takes half the time you’ve been in a relationship with someone to get over them. Rebecca and Ben thought they’d never have to test that theory – they were happy, in love, solid. They are perfectly matched: Ben is thoughtful, kind, and does all the cooking; Rebecca is fun and spontaneous, and often thinks about doing the cleaning but never actually does. Neither of them predicted an encounter with the past that would tear their relationship apart. 546 days of heartache, laughter, first dates and several twists of fate await…

Expected publication: March 24th 2016

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‘Salt to the Sea’ by Ruta Sepetys

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Blurb: ‘The author of Between Shades of Gray returns to WWII in this epic novel that shines a light on one of the war’s most devastating—yet unknown—tragedies. In 1945, World War II is drawing to a close in East Prussia, and thousands of refugees are on a desperate trek toward freedom, almost all of them with something to hide. Among them are Joana, Emilia, and Florian, whose paths converge en route to the ship that promises salvation, the Wilhelm Gustloff. Forced by circumstance to unite, the three find their strength, courage, and trust in each other tested with each step closer toward safety. Just when it seems freedom is within their grasp, tragedy strikes. Not country, nor culture, nor status matter as all ten thousand people aboard must fight for the same thing: survival.’

Expected publication: February 2nd 2016

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What I am reading next:

‘The Dead House’ by Dawn Kurtagich

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Blurb: Part-psychological thriller, part-urban legend, this is an unsettling narrative made up of diary entries, interview transcripts, film footage transcripts and medical notes. Twenty-five years ago, Elmbridge High burned down. Three people were killed and one pupil, Carly Johnson, disappeared. Now a diary has been found in the ruins of the school. The diary belongs to Kaitlyn Johnson, Carly’s identical twin sister. But Carly didn’t have a twin . . . Re-opened police records, psychiatric reports, transcripts of video footage and fragments of diary reveal a web of deceit and intrigue, violence and murder, raising a whole lot more questions than it answers. Who was Kaitlyn and why did she only appear at night? Did she really exist or was she a figment of a disturbed mind? What were the illicit rituals taking place at the school? And just what did happen at Elmbridge in the events leading up to ‘the Johnson Incident’? Chilling, creepy and utterly compelling, THE DEAD HOUSE is one of those very special books that finds all the dark places in your imagination, and haunts you long after you’ve finished reading.

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Review: ‘The Night that changed Everything’ by Laura Tait & Jimmy Rice

⭐️⭐️⭐️ 3/5 stars

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Blurb: People say it takes half the time you’ve been in a relationship with someone to get over them.

Rebecca and Ben thought they’d never have to test that theory – they were happy, in love, solid. They are perfectly matched: Ben is thoughtful, kind, and does all the cooking; Rebecca is fun and spontaneous, and often thinks about doing the cleaning but never actually does.

Neither of them predicted an encounter with the past that would tear their relationship apart.

546 days of heartache, laughter, first dates and several twists of fate await…

‘The Night that changed everything’ by Laura Tait and Jimmy Rice is the story of Rebecca and Ben. They get together and think that they have the perfect relationship, but just before their first anniversary their relationship gets tested when Rebecca learns of something about Ben.
The story is switching between Ben’s and Rebecca’s point of view, so we get an inside into the thoughts of both of them.
I really wanted to like this book and the characters, but I just couldn’t connect with them. The further I got through the book, the more annoyed I got with Ben and especially Rebecca. I am not going to go into too much detail because I don’t want to give the story away.

Expected publication: March 24th 2016

(I have received this book through NetGalley for an honest review.)

Stacking the Shelves #3

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This week I received a total of 11 books! Over NetGalley I was approved for two books, three I got sent by the Author/PR/Publishers and I bought six books (seriously need to get the urge to buy pretty new books under control!)

‘What is not yours is not yours’ by Helen Oyeyemi

Thank you to Sophie Jonathan (@SophieHJonathan) for providing me with this beautiful book!

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 Blurb: From the award-winning author of Boy, Snow, Bird and Mr. Fox comes an enchanting collection of intertwined stories.

Playful, ambitious, and exquisitely imagined, What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours is cleverly built around the idea of keys, literal and metaphorical. The key to a house, the key to a heart, the key to a secret—Oyeyemi’s keys not only unlock elements of her characters’ lives, they promise further labyrinths on the other side. In “Books and Roses” one special key opens a library, a garden, and clues to at least two lovers’ fates. In “Is Your Blood as Red as This?” an unlikely key opens the heart of a student at a puppeteering school. “‘Sorry’ Doesn’t Sweeten Her Tea” involves a “house of locks,” where doors can be closed only with a key—with surprising, unobservable developments. And in “If a Book Is Locked There’s Probably a Good Reason for That Don’t You Think,” a key keeps a mystical diary locked (for good reason).

Oyeyemi’s tales span multiple times and landscapes as they tease boundaries between coexisting realities. Is a key a gate, a gift, or an invitation? What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours captivates as it explores the many possible answers. 

Expected publication: March 8th 2016 

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‘Bone by Bone’ by Sanjida Kay

Thank you to Corvus (@CorvusBooks) for providing me with a copy of this book!

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Blurb: How far would you go to protect your child? When her daughter is bullied, Laura makes a terrible mistake…

Laura loves her daughter more than anything in the world.

But nine-year-old daughter Autumn is being bullied. Laura feels helpless.

When Autumn fails to return home from school one day, Laura goes looking for her. She finds a crowd of older children taunting her little girl.

In the heat of the moment, Laura makes a terrible choice. A choice that will have devastating consequences for her and her daughter…

Expected publication: March 3rd 2016 

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‘All the birds in the sky’ by Charlie Jane Anders

Thank you to Lydia (@lydiagittins) at Titan Books for a copy of this book.

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Blurb: From the editor-in-chief of io9.com, a stunning novel about the end of the world–and the beginning of our future

Childhood friends Patricia Delfine and Laurence Armstead didn’t expect to see each other again, after parting ways under mysterious circumstances during high school. After all, the development of magical powers and the invention of a two-second time machine could hardly fail to alarm one’s peers and families.

But now they’re both adults, living in the hipster mecca San Francisco, and the planet is falling apart around them. Laurence is an engineering genius who’s working with a group that aims to avert catastrophic breakdown through technological intervention into the changing global climate. Patricia is a graduate of Eltisley Maze, the hidden academy for the world’s magically gifted, and works with a small band of other magicians to secretly repair the world’s ever-growing ailments. Little do they realize that something bigger than either of them, something begun years ago in their youth, is determined to bring them together–to either save the world, or plunge it into a new dark ages.

A deeply magical, darkly funny examination of life, love, and the apocalypse.

Expected publication: January 26th 2016

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‘Flawed’ by Cecelia Ahern

I have received this book through NetGalley.

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Blurb: The Scarlet Letter meets Divergent in this thoughtful and thrilling novel by bestselling author Cecelia Ahern.

Celestine North lives a perfect life. She’s a model daughter and sister, she’s well-liked by her classmates and teachers, and she’s dating the impossibly charming Art Crevan.

But then Celestine encounters a situation where she makes an instinctive decision. She breaks a rule. And now faces life-changing repercussions.

She could be imprisoned. She could be branded. She could be found FLAWED.

In her breathtaking young adult debut, bestselling author Cecelia Ahern depicts a society where obedience is paramount and rebellion is punished. And where one young woman decides to take a stand that could cost her-everything.

Expected publication: April 5th 2016

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‘Devil and the Bluebird’ by Jennifer Mason-Black

I have received this book through NetGalley.

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Blurb: “Devil-at-the-crossroads” folklore finds its way to YA via this moody, magical tale

Blue Riley has wrestled with her own demons ever since the loss of her mother to cancer. But when she encounters a beautiful devil at her town crossroads, it’s her runaway sister’s soul she fights to save. The devil steals Blue’s voice—inherited from her musically gifted mother—in exchange for a single shot at finding Cass.

Armed with her mother’s guitar, a knapsack of cherished mementos, and a pair of magical boots, Blue journeys west in search of her sister. When the devil changes the terms of their deal, Blue must reevaluate her understanding of good and evil and open herself to finding family in unexpected places.

In Devil and the Bluebird, Jennifer Mason-Black delivers a heart-wrenching depiction of loss and hope.

Expected publication: May 17th 2016

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The Books I have bought:

‘Fire Falling’ by Elise Kova

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The Lunar Chronicles: 

Cinder/Scarlet/Cress & Winter 

by Marissa Meyer

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And finally had my copy of this book come all the way from the US:

‘Passenger’ by Alexandra Bracken

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Review: ‘Flawed’ by Cecelia Ahern

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5/5 stars

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Blurb: ‘The Scarlet Letter meets Divergent in this thoughtful and thrilling novel by bestselling author Cecelia Ahern.

Celestine North lives a perfect life. She’s a model daughter and sister, she’s well-liked by her classmates and teachers, and she’s dating the impossibly charming Art Crevan.

But then Celestine encounters a situation where she makes an instinctive decision. She breaks a rule. And now faces life-changing repercussions.

She could be imprisoned. She could be branded. She could be found FLAWED.

In her breathtaking young adult debut, bestselling author Cecelia Ahern depicts a society where obedience is paramount and rebellion is punished. And where one young woman decides to take a stand that could cost her-everything.’

The main character in ‘Flawed’ by Cecelia Ahern is seventeen year old Celestine North. She is living with her family in a society where perfection is key and flaws are punished. People who have been proven in court to be flawed, live the rest of their lives marked to stand out in society and under strict rules to make examples of them. No one wants associate with them, in fear of being punished as well. The whole idea of a society that tries to ‘breed’ perfection gives the book a bit of a dystopian feel.
Celestine is perfect in every way. She is the perfect daughter, perfect in school and is dating the perfect guy. Everything seems perfect, until an incident during the Earth Day celebrations saws the seed of doubt in her head. Things escalate quickly and she is suddenly facing punishment herself. Now all she believed in, the rules and the way the society is ruled, are put in question and she needs to figure out what to believe, who to trust and which way to turn. I also have to mention that I really enjoyed the character of Judge Crevan. I’m not going to mention too much about him here, so I won’t ruin the book for anyone, but he played his part really well.
When I picked up ‘Flawed’ I wasn’t sure what to expect. I had never read a book by Cecelia Ahern before, but was intrigued by the blurb of her first YA novel…and of course the pretty cover. The beginning was a bit slow but not to a point that it annoyed me and once the events started unfurling it picked up in pace. I couldn’t put it down all weekend and stayed up late into the night to finish it. This book is not even published yet and I am already impatiently waiting for number 2, so I can find out what’s going to happen next.

Expected publication: March 24th 2016

(I have received this book through NetGalley for an honest review)

Review: ‘Salt to the Sea’ by Ruta Sepetys

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5/5 stars

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‘The author of Between Shades of Gray returns to WWII in this epic novel that shines a light on one of the war’s most devastating—yet unknown—tragedies.

In 1945, World War II is drawing to a close in East Prussia, and thousands of refugees are on a desperate trek toward freedom, almost all of them with something to hide. Among them are Joana, Emilia, and Florian, whose paths converge en route to the ship that promises salvation, the Wilhelm Gustloff. Forced by circumstance to unite, the three find their strength, courage, and trust in each other tested with each step closer toward safety.

Just when it seems freedom is within their grasp, tragedy strikes. Not country, nor culture, nor status matter as all ten thousand people aboard must fight for the same thing: survival.’

Just finished ‘Salt to the Sea’ by Ruta Sepetys and I am blown away! It is a simply beautiful and humbling story that follows a group of characters that find each other on the desperate walk to safety towards the end of WWII in 1945. They are among thousands of refugees who are trying to make it to the ships that promise them safety in the west, but it is the middle of winter, there is no food and danger lurks around every corner with the Soviet red army approaching. Each character has a history and secrets, which slowly come to light during the story. It all leads to one of the biggest tragedies in maritime history, in which over 9000 people die.
The characters may be fictional, but the events that surround them are history and real people lived through these difficulties and tragedies all those years ago.

This book made me smile and shed tears in equal measures and I will order myself a hard copy when it is published. I would recommend it to anyone, especially to people who enjoy historical fiction. You will love it!

Expected publication: February 2nd 2016

(I have received this book through NetGalley for an honest review)

Stacking the Shelves #2

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This week I received a total of 11 books! Over NetGalley I was approved for three books, one I got sent by the author and I bought seven books.

‘The Road back from Broken’ by Carrie Morgan

Thank you to Carrie Morgan for sending me an eBook copy to review!

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‘For Fitz, having survived means being haunted by the very memories he wants to forget…

Four months after surviving an IED blast in Afghanistan, Army sergeant Jacob Fitzgerald has recovered from his physical injuries but his invisible wounds continue to fester.

Devastated by the loss of his friend Peterson, a gifted medic who was killed in the IED attack, Fitz turns to alcohol to dull his pain. But his solace proves short-lived when a DUI crash leaves Fitz one screw-up away from a court martial and he comes home to find his wife Jenn packing her bags.

Desperate to save his marriage and his Army career, Fitz is befriended by Remy, a young Army chaplain haunted by demons of his own. Fitz leans on Remy for support when sobriety proves a mixed blessing, bringing the clarity of mind needed to reconnect with his family while unleashing a flood of vivid, searing flashbacks.

As the haunting memories of the IED attack and his fallen comrade send Fitz into a spiral of anguish, he must choose between numbing the pain and losing both his family and his career, or coming to terms with his role in the death of his friend.’

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‘Salt to the Sea’ by Ruta Sepetys 

  • Received through NetGalley

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‘In 1945, World War II is drawing to a close in East Prussia, and thousands of refugees are on a desperate trek toward freedom, almost all of them with something to hide. Among them are Joana, Emilia, and Florian, whose paths converge en route to the ship that promises salvation, the Wilhelm Gustloff. Forced by circumstance to unite, the three find their strength, courage, and trust in each other tested with each step closer toward safety.

Just when it seems freedom is within their grasp, tragedy strikes. Not country, nor culture, nor status matter as all ten thousand people aboard must fight for the same thing: survival.’

Expected publication: February 2nd 2016

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‘The Night that Changed Everything’ by Laura Tait & Jimmy Rice

  • Received through NetGalley

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‘This is a love story of two halves.

People say it takes half the time you’ve been in a relationship with someone to get over them.

Rebecca and Ben thought they’d never have to test that theory – they were happy, in love, solid. They are perfectly matched: Ben is thoughtful, kind, and does all the cooking; Rebecca is fun and spontaneous, and often thinks about doing the cleaning but never actually does.

Neither of them predicted an encounter with the past that would tear their relationship apart.

546 days of heartache, laughter, first dates and several twists of fate await…’

Expected publication: March 24th 2016

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‘There will be Stars’ by Billy Coffey

  • Received through NetGalley

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‘In a life full of lies, he settled finally for the truth. No one in Mattingly ever believed Bobby Barnes would live to see old age. Drink would either rot Bobby from the inside out or dull his senses just enough to send his truck off the mountain on one of his nightly rides. Although Bobby believes such an end possible and even likely it doesn t stop him from taking his twin sons Matthew and Mark into the mountains one Saturday night. A sharp curve, blinding headlights, metal on metal, his sons screams. Bobby s final thought as he sinks into blackness is a curious one there will be stars. Yet it is not death that greets him beyond the veil. Instead, he returns to the day he has just lived and finds he is not alone in this strange new world. Six others are trapped there with him. Bobby soon discovers that rather than the place of peace he had been led to believe he was in, it s actually a place of secrets and hidden dangers. Along with three others, he seeks to escape, even as the world around him begins to crumble. The escape will lead some to greater life, others to endless death… and Bobby Barnes to understand the deepest nature of love.’

Expected publication: May 3rd 2016

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The books I have purchased:

‘Our Endless Numbered’ Days by Claire Fuller

‘Peggy Hillcoat is eight years old when her survivalist father, James, takes her from their home in London to a remote hut in the woods and tells her that the rest of the world has been destroyed. Deep in the wilderness, Peggy and James make a life for themselves. They repair the hut, bathe in water from the river, hunt and gather food in the summers and almost starve in the harsh winters. They mark their days only by the sun and the seasons.

When Peggy finds a pair of boots in the forest and begins a search for their owner, she unwittingly begins to unravel the series of events that brought her to the woods and, in doing so, discovers the strength she needs to go back to the home and mother she thought she’d lost.

After Peggy’s return to civilization, her mother learns the truth of her escape, of what happened to James on the last night out in the woods, and of the secret that Peggy has carried with her ever since.’

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‘Truthwitch’ by Susan Dennard

Finally received my copy of this beautiful book!

‘On a continent ruled by three empires, some are born with a “witchery”, a magical skill that sets them apart from others.

In the Witchlands, there are almost as many types of magic as there are ways to get in trouble—as two desperate young women know all too well.

Safiya is a Truthwitch, able to discern truth from lie. It’s a powerful magic that many would kill to have on their side, especially amongst the nobility to which Safi was born. So Safi must keep her gift hidden, lest she be used as a pawn in the struggle between empires.

Iseult, a Threadwitch, can see the invisible ties that bind and entangle the lives around her—but she cannot see the bonds that touch her own heart. Her unlikely friendship with Safi has taken her from life as an outcast into one of reckless adventure, where she is a cool, wary balance to Safi’s hotheaded impulsiveness.

Safi and Iseult just want to be free to live their own lives, but war is coming to the Witchlands. With the help of the cunning Prince Merik (a Windwitch and ship’s captain) and the hindrance of a Bloodwitch bent on revenge, the friends must fight emperors, princes, and mercenaries alike, who will stop at nothing to get their hands on a Truthwitch.’

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‘The Pirates Wish’ by Cassandra Rose Clark

After setting out to break the curse that binds them together, the pirate Ananna and the assassin Naji find themselves stranded on an enchanted island in the north with nothing but a sword, their wits, and the secret to breaking the curse: complete three impossible tasks. With the help of their friend Marjani and a rather unusual ally, Ananna and Naji make their way south again, seeking what seems to be beyond their reach.

Unfortunately, Naji has enemies from the shadowy world known as the Mists, and Ananna must still face the repercussions of going up against the Pirate Confederation. Together, Naji and Ananna must break the curse, escape their enemies — and come to terms with their growing romantic attraction.

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‘The Martian’ by Andy Weir

‘Six days ago, astronaut Mark Watney became one of the first people to walk on Mars. Now, he’s sure he’ll be the first person to die there.

After a dust storm nearly kills him and forces his crew to evacuate the planet while thinking him dead, Mark finds himself stranded on Mars’ surface, completely alone, with no way to signal Earth that he’s alive — and even if he could get word out, his supplies would be gone years before a rescue could arrive.

Chances are, though, he won’t have time to starve to death. The damaged machinery, unforgiving environment or plain-old “human error” are much more likely to kill him first. But Mark’s not ready to quit. Armed with nothing but his ingenuity and his engineering skills — and a gallows sense of humor that proves to be his greatest source of strength – he embarks on a dogged quest to stay alive, using his botany expertise to grow food and even hatching a mad plan to contact NASA back on Earth.

As he overcomes one seemingly insurmountable obstacle after the next, Mark begins to let himself believe he might make it off the planet alive – but Mars has plenty of surprises in store for him yet.

Grounded in real, present-day science from the first page to the last, yet propelled by a brilliantly ingenious plot that surprises the reader again and again, The Martian is a truly remarkable thriller: an impossible-to-put-down suspense novel that manages to read like a real-life survival tale.’

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…and three books by Jamie McGuire:

‘Beautiful Redemption’

‘No-nonsense Liis Lindy is an agent of the FBI. Deciding she is married only to her job, she breaks off her engagement and transfers from Chicago to the field office in San Diego. She loves her desk. She is committed to her laptop. She dreams of promotions and shaking hands with the director after cracking an impossible case.

Special Agent in Charge Thomas Maddox is arrogant, unforgiving, and ruthless. He is tasked with putting away some of the world’s toughest criminals, and he is one of the best the Bureau has to offer. Though, as many lives as he’s saved, there is one that is beyond his reach. Younger brother Travis is faced with prison time for his involvement in a basement fire that killed dozens of college students, and the media want a conviction. Travis’s only savior is his unusual tie to the mob. In a deal that will spare his brother, Thomas has agreed to recruit Travis into the FBI.

Liis is stubborn, defiant, and yet somehow softens Thomas’s rough edges, making her the perfect agent to accompany him to the ceremony. Posing as a couple, they must travel to Travis & Abby’s beach vow renewal and give him the news, but when the pretending ends, she finds herself wondering if they were pretending at all.’ 

‘Beautiful Sacrifice’

‘Falyn Fairchild can walk away from anything. Having already left her car, her education, and even her parents, the daughter of the next governor of Colorado is back in her hometown, broke and waiting tables for the Bucksaw Café. After every shift, Falyn adds to her shoebox of cash, hoping to one day save enough to buy her a plane ticket to the only place she can find forgiveness: Eakins, Illinois.

The moment Taylor Maddox is seated in Falyn’s section at the Bucksaw, she knows he’s trouble. Taylor is charming, breaks promises, and gorgeous even when covered in filth—making him everything Falyn believes a hotshot firefighter to be. Falyn isn’t interested in becoming another statistic, and for a Maddox boy, a disinterested girl is the ultimate challenge.

Once Falyn learns where Taylor calls home, everything changes. In the end, Maddox persistence is met with Falyn’s talent for leaving, and for the first time, Taylor may be the one to get burned.’

‘Something Beautiful’

‘America Mason, a sassy undergrad at Eastern State University, is in love with a Maddox–Shepley Maddox. Unlike his cousins, Shepley is more lover than fighter, but a road trip to her parents’ home in Wichita, Kansas could mean the next step, or the end of everything.’

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Review: ‘Into the Dim’ by Janet B.Taylor

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4/5 stars

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‘When fragile, sixteen-year-old Hope Walton loses her mom to an earthquake overseas, her secluded world crumbles. Agreeing to spend the summer in Scotland, Hope discovers that her mother was more than a brilliant academic, but also a member of a secret society of time travelers. Trapped in the twelfth century in the age of Eleanor of Aquitaine, Hope has seventy-two hours to rescue her mother and get back to their own time. Along the way, her path collides with that of a mysterious boy who could be vital to her mission . . . or the key to Hope’s undoing. Addictive, romantic, and rich with historical detail, Into the Dim is an Outlander for teens.’

‘Into the Dim’ by Janet B. Taylor is the story of sixteen year old Hope Walton. After loosing her Mum, she agrees to spend the summer in Scotland with an aunt she has never met. There she learns things about her mum she never thought possible and for the first time in her sheltered life, she is making friends.
Stories about time travelling are usually not something I go for, but when I read about this book and some of the good reviews, I decided to give it a go and I am glad I did. Janet B. Taylor manages to describe the twelfth century and Eleanor of Aquitaine beautifully and the concept of time travelling was nicely explained and not too technical. I would have liked to get to know some of the characters a bit more in depth, but I still related to them and really got into the mission Hope and her friends went on.
The end of the book hints at a sequel, which would be great! All together a great read and would definitely recommend it, even if you are usually not a fan of time travelling.

Expected publication: March 1st 2016

(I have received this book through NetGalley for an honest review)