Thursday, October 31, 2013

Monthly Reading Wrap-Up: October 2013

Oh, what da ya know! Another new format for this monthly segment! Ha! Yes, I am still dabbling.

October Reads

5 of 5 stars
I've read this book 3 times this year (2013) and it gets me every time. It's now my all-time favorite novel!

Also, I need to redo my review because this first one is crap. So do me a favor and don't read this review. Just take my word o...
3 of 5 stars
I hate that I JUST found out about this short story last month! Gaah!

Anyway, a great concluding short story to the VA series. It didn't have all the same elements that Mead typically has in her novels (i.e. if it had been a part of a n...
2 of 5 stars
Not a big Shakespeare tragedy person, although I admire Shakespeare's writing ability.
This Girl
5 of 5 stars
A beautiful retelling of Slammed from Will's POV. Mostly, This Girl brought warmth in my heart and put a smile on my face. The majority of the novel was filled with just Will and Lake, and then, of course, I already knew most of what was...
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
2 of 5 stars
2.5 rating

I didn't love it, and I didn't hate it.

It's about psychiatric patients living in a psych ward in the mid 1900s. It's narrated from a crazy person's perspective.

I liked how the main character Bromden used machines and fac...
4 of 5 stars
4 stars!

If I were to pick only one thing about this series that I love (which, mind you, is hard to do) it would be the theme. For those who don't know, each book in The Seven Deadly series focuses in on one of the Seven Deadly Sins (s...

Favorite Cover of the Month:

Book I'm most looking forward to reading next month:
(Another reread!)

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

RDL: Greed by Fisher Amelie + Review + Excerpt + Giveaway (CLOSED)

The newest novel by Fisher Amelie, Greed, was supposed to release today but released early yesterday! Thanks for stopping by my hollow of the book blogging world to join me in celebration of Fisher's new release with a Release Day Launch! Greed is a mature young adult/new adult contemporary novel and is the second book in The Seven Deadly Series by Fisher Amelie. Continue reading for more on Greed including my review, an excerpt, and a giveaway! You could win a signed copy of Vain, Book 1 in the series, or a Kindle Fire! 


Gather ‘round, love, because I want you. I want what you have, I want what you don’t have, I want more of what I already have. I want. But if you so much as ask for something in return, go ahead and walk away. Know if you want to play in my world, it’s every man for themselves and the weak become mine. Leeches will be obliterated because I make it my job to destroy them. I protect what’s mine and I take what’s yours...because that’s what I do. I want.

My story will not endear me to you and, frankly, I could care less if it does because I’m in this for the money and nothing else. There’s nothing redeeming about me. I’m a corrupt, money hungry, immoral asshole from Los Angeles. I’m every man’s worst nightmare and every girl’s fantasy.

I’m Spencer Blackwell...And this is the story about how I went from the world’s most coveted guy to the guy no one wanted around and why I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world.

~~Add Greed to: GOODREADS~~

My Review
First off, I'd like to thank Kelly Simmon for providing me a copy of Greed in exchange for an honest review on today's post! I was not compensated in any other way and the following words are my own thoughts.

If I were to pick only one thing about this series that I love (which, mind you, is hard to do) it would be the theme. For those who don't know, each book in The Seven Deadly series focuses in on one of the Seven Deadly Sins (see picture on the right). The way Fisher Amelie centers a story around such a crucial thing is impeccable. The sins are not "small" sins. They're sin at its worst as the characters are at the lowest, darkest part of theirs lives. In Greed, Fisher Amelie doesn't just show that Spencer is a money lover--she shows that he will go to no limit to get the money he wants and thinks he needs. The situations of this series are amazingly intense!

I LOVED how greed and Spencer's inner demons were portrayed throughout the entire book! The symbolism and parallel to the Bible had me flailing my limbs at the pure brilliance of the idea. No joke. But it also gave me the chills, seeing how deep the devil can root itself in someone and how rough it is to attempt breaking Satan's hold... As I read, I kept thinking about one of my favorite songs of 2013, Demons by Imagine Dragons

"With the beast inside 
there's nowhere we can hide.
No matter what we breed
we still are made of GREED."

Spencer's story begins with us seeing just how greedy he is as he takes part in an illegal and harmful activity. I was so shocked by it that I just kept wishing for something inside Spencer to click and slowly change his greedy nature. 

"This was who I was. Hopeless personified."

The click didn't end up coming from inside him but from something unexpected; it sent him and his sister Bridge fleeing to a down-to-earth place where joyous and humble people lived on hard work and the money they stretched to the last penny. The sense of family and the emphasis on lending a helping hand to your neighbor touched my heart as much as it shook up Spencer. The impact the Hunt family made on Spencer was gradual but the life transformation Spencer made was wonderful to see. Redemption is a huge part of this series and seeing Spencer's redemption was too sweet to not love.

Which brings me to the love story.


At times, the romance was a bit cheesy. Spencer glorified Cricket and I didn't really fall for it. I wish Spencer and Cricket had shared more scenes together, or had given us more conversations so I could tell that Spencer's feelings weren't just based off of what he observed of Cricket and that Cricket truly reciprocated Spencer's feelings. For instance, Sophie and Ian spent more time together in Vain, allowing me to see that their feelings for each other were completely in sync and understand why they had feelings for the other. I didn't always get that with Spencer and Cricket. In the end, Spencer and Cricket were cute together. Without intentionally doing anything, Cricket changed Spencer and that was beautiful to see.

"I studied the girl before me. She was beautiful beyond belief, but she wasn't some object to conquer, she was someone to be cherished, someone to be loved, someone to be revered."

And oh my goodness the ending was so sweet! The surgery, both reunions, the newcomer, the big day...(I'm trying to be discrete, can you tell?)... Incredible! Loved!  Also, I'm just kind of throwing this out there, but I didn't catch the clue in Vain that suggested Spencer's story...

"We were all in the same boat, prisoners to greed." 
-Sophie Price, VAIN

until it was shoved under my nose in Greed so I was on the look out for the clue for the next book in this series, Fury. When I spotted it...oh boy oh boy and I excited for this next book! Fisher always comes up with the best scenarios for this series and I know this upcoming novel is going to be mind-blowing!

There were so many aspects of Greed that I loved, from Bridge's vulnerable yet extremely likable nature and the Hunt family to Spencer's redemption and the HEA. But my favorite thing about Fisher Amelie's books are the wonderful themes, motifs, and morals that are weaved into the text.

"There's always something to do here.

Proof that life does not wait, so why not

carve yourself our a little bit of happiness."

My Rating for GREED:

Although Greed can technically be read as a standalone, I HIGHLY recommend reading it after Vain. Vain is now my favorite book in the entire world. That's not even an exaggeration. I could go on talking about it until the day I die because I love it THAT much. It makes me so emotional; I'm almost in tears right now as I think about how much it has changed my life. You only stumble across those kind of books once in a life time, people. So go buy Vain and Greed, read Sophie's story, and then go enjoy Spencer's story! Thank you for reading my review! I hope you enjoy the sneak peak of Greed below!

Sneak Peak of Greed:


Greed is a strange, strange sin.
        All you want to do is acquire. Acquire money, acquire material, acquire time, acquire energy, acquire attention. The running mantra is “I want, I want, I want” but that quickly turns to “I need, I need, I need.”
      Suddenly there just isn’t enough time for friends, for family, for anyone. Your goal is to acquire and to make sure what you acquire stays acquired. Your life depends on it. You don’t see truth because the truth is shadowed by enormous homes, incredibly fast cars, in lavish spending. Your life no longer belongs to you, but you are blind to it all because those around you are seeking the same.
       So you shuffle along at an impossible rate, and you pass the real world around you.
      But what you’ll come to realize, altogether too late, is that it’s never enough. It’s simply never enough.

Chapter One
“It’s confirmed. Peter Knight of Evergreen won’t approve the acquisition. You know what to do,” my snake of a father told me, not two steps into his front door.
       “I just got off a seven-hour flight. You can’t let me settle in? Possibly say hello?”
       He stood, watching me, a slight tick in his square jaw. He tucked his hands into his Italian silk pants. His six-foot frame followed the steps up to the foyer and stopped a few inches away from my own. We were face to face. Although I fell an inch shorter, he no longer intimidated me. I knew if I had to, I could kick his ass.
     “Hello, Spencer,” he said, a serpent’s smile spread wide across his mouth before falling flat. “Get to work. I don’t pay you to sit around. I don’t care if it is your Christmas break.”

      We stayed where we were, each waiting on the other to back down. The tension was palpable. In the end, his face relaxed and he began to chuckle, stepping aside and making way for me. I picked up my bags and headed for my room, giving myself plenty of space to pass him without touching him.

     When I got to the bottom of the stairs, I changed my mind and threw my bags on the second to last step, intending to pick them up later. I stretched my muscles, loving the feel of my back popping, and started for the kitchen.
      “Where the hell do you think you’re going?” he asked, still standing in the foyer, watching my every move.
    “If I don’t say hi to Mom and Bridge, they’ll think something’s up,” I told him and continued on.
      He didn’t respond, but I felt his stare burning into the back of my head.

About the author:

Fisher Amelie is the author of The Leaving Series, Callum & Harper Thomas & January, and The Seven Deadly Series. She began her writing career as a copywriter for an internet marketing company wherein one of their client's said, 'Hey! You're funny. You should write books'. Which in turn she said, 'Hey, get out of here! This is the lady's restroom.' While washing her hands and the embarrassment from her face, she thought they may have had a valid point. So, she took the thousands of hours of writing stories growing up, tucked them into her pocket and began writing and writing and writing.

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Book Blitz: Unbreathable by Hafsah Laziaf

LOOK OVER HERE! Lookie, lookie! A new and promising YA sci-fi book has just landed on earth and is available NOW! Y'all have NO IDEA how excited I am for this book! Hafsah Laziaf, the brains and creativity behind IceyBooks and IceyDesigns, is the author of UNBREATHABLE. She has literally done everything in preparation for her self-pubbed debut and the results are outstanding! Hafsah's put so much care into the debut of UNBREATHABLE that I just know this book is going to be well written and an enticing story. But don't take my word for it! Below I have the UNBREATHABLE blurb, trailer, giveaway, an excerpt, and all those handy dandy links for you to check out. 
Stay tuned for more UNBREATHABLE goodness. Enjoy!

Title: Unbreathable (Unbreathable, #1)
Author: Hafsah Laziaf
Published by: Self (October 29, 2013)
Genre: Young Adult, Science Fiction, Fantasy

One hundred and fifty years ago, Earth was destroyed, and the remaining humans fled to the dusty red planet of Jutaire, where the only oxygen is manufactured, food is scarce, and death strikes often.

When Lissa's father discovers Earth still exists, she accidentally inhales the toxic air of Jutaire, and in one breath, discovers she isn't quite human.

Her father hangs for his discovery, and Lissa knows the Chancellors will come for her, for she saw the Earth that night too. With nothing to lose, she sets out to expose the truth. It isn't long before she meets Julian, a beautiful boy who can breathe the toxic air like she can - and shows her that the Jute, the original inhabitants of the planet, are more tangled in their lives than she knows.

But the Chancellors are only pawns in a greater game - one where the Jute control everything. Worse, the Jute plan to leave Jutaire for Earth, but to get there, they need her. And they'll stop at nothing until Lissa is in their clutches, even if they kill every human in the process.

The race for Earth has begun.

Unbreathable is a tale of love, redemption, and sacrifice, and one girl's struggle to find her place in a world where she doesn't belong.



      If Julian notices my confusion, he doesn’t let on. In fact, he swiftly switches topic. “Did you really see the Earth?”
      “Yes.” The word flies free from my lips. The outburst between Julian and Slate disappears from my mind. I’m light-headed, filled with a giddy happiness, at the thought of having another person to trust, despite the tendrils of warning fear.
      “What’s it like?” For a moment, I think he's asking about trust. But when I meet his eyes, I know. Only one thing in our dwindling world can lighten and brighten a person's eyes to full awe.
      “Earth?” I ask anyway. He nods and excitement builds in my chest. I've never spoken to anyone about Earth. It’s a secret that could take me straight to the gallows. But right now, I don’t care. “It really is green and blue and white, but different. Alive, almost.”
      His eyes light up and I want to grab his hand and push away the sun, entice the moon into the sky so I can show him Earth. But I don’t have a scope. I don't have the courage to reach for his hand.
      “It’s a perfect round thing floating in a universe of darkness. When you've heard all your life that it doesn't exist, that it isn't real, seeing it for the first time shatters everything else. Everything you thought you knew is a lie.”
      “Seeing it in the sky for barely a heartbeat is all you need. Nothing else matters, you know?”
      My question echoes in awkward silence. I finger the hem of my shirt and when I meet his eyes, he's staring at me with an expression I can't place. His eyes are a mixture of dark and light and I can't bring myself to look away.
      Heat creeps up my cheeks. With a jolt, I realize I'm sitting alone in a room, too close to a boy.
      “What?” My voice is barely a whisper.
      “Nothing.” He shakes his head. His voice is even softer, close to my whisper. Despite his answer, I can see the words waiting to be said.
      “It’s so many millions of miles away”—he pauses and searches my face—“and look what it’s done to you.”
      He's right. I can feel it, like a beacon of light inside me, spreading all the way to the tips of my fingers. Even before I saw the Earth, I felt it.
      Only Earth could do that to me. At least, that’s what I thought when I saw it that night. But when he looks at me, I think… I think I feel it too. When he speaks, he seems to understand. I’ve been isolated for seventeen years, knowing no one but Father, who knew me all my life, who never truly understood me. Julian has known me for less than a day and he knows. I'm a person in his eyes. Not a shadow who became a criminal’s daughter.

About the author:

Hafsah Laziaf was born on the east coast on a hot summer day in 1993, raised on the west coast and is now stuck in the middle – in Texas – with more books than she can read. She’s the designer behind IceyDesigns and the blogger behind IceyBooks.

UNBREATHABLE is her debut novel.

Connect with Hafsah Laziaf:

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Friday, October 25, 2013

Review: This Girl by Colleen Hoover

About the book:

There are two sides to every love story. Now hear Will’s.

Colleen Hoover’s New York Times bestselling Slammed series has brought countless readers to their knees with a whirlwind of love, passion, and heartache. 

Layken and Will’s love has managed to withstand the toughest of circumstances and the young lovers, now married, are beginning to feel safe and secure in their union. As much as Layken relishes their new life together, she finds herself wanting to know everything there is to know about her husband, even though Will makes it clear he prefers to keep the painful memories of the past where they belong. Still, he can’t resist his wife’s pleas and so he begins to untangle his side of the story, revealing for the first time his most intimate feelings and thoughts, retelling both the good and bad moments, and sharing a few shocking confessions of his own from the time when they first met. 

In This Girl, Will tells the story of their complicated relationship from his point of view. Their future rests on how well they deal with the past in this final installment of the beloved Slammed.

Pages: 285
Published by: Atria (April 30th, 2013)
Genre: NA contemporary romance
My rating for This Girl (Slammed, #1):
A beautiful retelling of Slammed from Will's POV. Mostly, This Girl brought warmth in my heart and put a smile on my face. The majority of the novel was filled with just Will and Lake, and then, of course, I already knew most of what was going on in the flashback scenes. So because there wasn't a whole lot of new material, nothing evoked an incredibly strong reaction out of me. I definitely loved it, don't get me wrong. I loved seeing Will's perspective of the events from Slammed. I especially loved the scenes he shared with Caulder, Kel, Julia, and Gavin, the ones we didn't even know had occurred when we read Slammed! They were funny and engrossing and made me connect with the characters and the story more.

But I didn't get all those fluttery and giggly feelings I always get when I read a romance story for the first time. I was going to give this book 4 leaves (a.k.a. 4 stars), which is my "I loved it, but it didn't blow me away" rating. 

Then the last 13 pages alone brought that force of WOW to the table! Those 13 pages made me give This Girl 5 leaves. It was all new material with characters in addition to Will & Lake. 

Including Julia. 

Lake's mom is my favorite book mom. Ever. Just... I love everything about her! Read the series, everyone. You'll understand. I can't even put into words how much I love Julia. Her actions choke me up. The ending contained humor, love, and surprises that made my emotions ricochet around the room! It was absolutely breathtaking and now my heart is aching from the sweetness of it. <3 

"You, baby girl. You're my final piece."

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday #8: Character Names I Love

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. You can find more TTT lists from book lovers and bloggers by clicking their blog name. 

This week's topic:
Top Ten Character Names I Love

I love this topic because I have a fetish with names ;) Names are a crucial part of a book, in my opinion. In no particular order:

       Alessandra from:       Lena from:         Clara from:          Lachlan from:         Ren from:

           Jace from:            Rosalie from:         Holder from:         Echo from:         Lake from:

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Cover Characteristic #2: Blondes

Hosted by Sugar & Snark, Cover Characteristic is a meme where we judge a book completely based on its cover! Every Sunday, there is a new theme and we share our favorite 5 book covers for that theme (not our favorite stories whose covers match the theme). 

This week's theme:

(In no particular order)
The first three covers give me the same feel: like I'm floating or waiting for something...

This Week's Favorite:
There's so much going on in this cover, but everything is understated. I think it's a really unique design and it captures my attention. :)

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Series Wrap-Up: Find You in the Dark by A. Meredith Walters

Thanks for checking out my FIRST Series Wrap-Up! This is a new segment I'm introducing so I'll explain a bit about it first and why I'm doing it. When I read the books of a series back to back, I typically rush through them and that makes it difficult for me to catch up on reviewing them as well as difficult to write distinct reviews. This new segment is a way for me to still review the series I read without repeating the constants of the books within each review. (Ehem, my reviews for the Covenant books by Jennifer L. Armentrout... O.o )

I will be giving a bit of information about the series, reviewing in a "Overall, Loved, Liked, & Disliked" fashion, and give an averaged rating that will be out of 5 leaves (instead of 5 stars). I will also mention my favorite and least favorite installment of the series, but since this series in particular is short, I'll just be giving the individual ratings for each book.

About the Series:
Find You in the Dark by A. Meredith Walters is a New Adult contemporary romance series made up of two novels and one novella. The books were self-published between October 2012 and March 2013. Book One begins with our heroine, a witty, realistic girl named Maggie, reacting to the arrival of a new guy, Clay, at her high school. Clay is mysterious and brooding, but the more Clay makes it known that he doesn't want to talk to anyone, the more Maggie wants to know him. The series follows their relationship as they get to know each other and discover that simply liking each other isn't going to be so simple when they're struggling against inner demons. The sexual content is very mature and it deals with tough/dark subjects.  More on the series HERE.

Overall Rating:

Overall Thoughts: 
This series is pretty intense. One of the characters has a (MINI SPOILER!) psychological disorder and he/she doesn't have stable treatment for it, so the series is very dark. I could just feel the heaviness of the tone as I read the series. There were a lot of aspects I really enjoyed, but the way the heavy topics were handled by the characters plus the sexual description dampened the series for me.

I loved everything about the first half of the first book, Find You in the Dark (FYitD). Seriously everything! The witty writing and the way Maggie and Clay interacted had me giggling up and down. Maggie's "no fluff" policy and the mystery to Clay's character in the beginning brought great character and intrigue to the story. I was definitely rooting for Clay and Maggie's relationship to build. Two major concepts of this whole series was trust and truth and I loved that focus. I also love the cover designs for this series! They're what initially drew me to this series--aren't they amazing?!

I liked the subject. That the main conflict centered around a psychological disorder. I have a friend who has the same disorder, but I haven't read any fictional books about it so that was a cool change and brought some interesting twists to the table. I also liked Maggie's best friends (and their novella) and how the series ended. The ending was a bit overdone/too fairy tale-like in my opinion, but it was sweet nonetheless!

I understood going into this series that there would be sex scenes. Since I'm not all about feelings like I'm in bed with characters and seeing everything they're seeing, I was prepared to skim, but some of these scenes seriously shocked me. Also, Clay and Maggie's relationship became very irrational and the decisions they made were ones that left me mentally screaming at them. They just kept making irresponsible and selfish decisions! I understand that was kind of the point, the fact that their love for each other was so irrational and intense for teenagers and their situations and feelings were what made the story...but it just got to the point where they were making me not enjoy reading these books. Going back to the disorder, it made the books very dark, which heavy topics are typically my favorites to read about, but the way the story was told ultimately made the topic drain me. I had to force myself to continue reading the second novel. On top of that, some of the actions/treatments that followed up with the disorder made me question how much the author knew about the disorder. Something just felt off.

Individual Ratings:

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Review: Legend by Marie Lu

What was once the western United States is now home to the Republic, a nation perpetually at war with its neighbors. Born into an elite family in one of the Republic’s wealthiest districts, fifteen-year-old June is a prodigy being groomed for success in the Republic’s highest military circles. Born into the slums, fifteen-year-old Day is the country’s most wanted criminal. But his motives may not be as malicious as they seem.From very different worlds, June and Day have no reason to cross paths—until the day June’s brother, Metias, is murdered and Day becomes the prime suspect. Caught in the ultimate game of cat and mouse, Day is in a race for his family’s survival, while June seeks to avenge Metias’s death. But in a shocking turn of events, the two uncover the truth of what has really brought them together, and the sinister lengths their country will go to keep its secrets.

Pages: 320
Published by: Putnam Juvenile (November 29th, 2011)
Genre: YA dystopian + romance
My rating for Legend:
Look everybody! I found another YA dystopian novel that I actually liked--and in this case, loved! Dystopian novels are so hit or miss for me that this feels like a victory! So many other dystopians seem formulaic to me. There's a corrupt government, rebel groups, and then whatever the main topic is. But on top of those elements, Legend had a war, crime + investigation, suspense, and characters I actually connected with! 

I love reading about a girl who is a troublemaker and who is awesome at what she does. She's a really strong character and her intellect, observance, and skills rock. They're one of my favorite traits in a character and they really pulled me into the story. I connected with June to the point that when her brother died and later when she's flipping through memories of her and her brother, I felt like I lost my own brother--and I hardly EVER feel the loss of a character so strongly. I also liked Day, but mostly just because I liked to see/hear June and Day's interactions through his eyes and thoughts. 

I loved the dystopian world--the descriptions of the slum neighborhoods, the people who lived there, and the gambling in particular. It added more dimension to the setting. The look into the government system was really great too! This was the dynamic that thrilled me the most. I just wish we had learned more about the hows and whys of the war. We were never told the cause for the United States to split, nor the reason behind a war breaking out. That side of the story was briefly touched, and then just left hanging. I hope we learn so much more about the war, the rebels, and get to see more regions in the sequel Prodigy. 

Something small that bothered me was the text font and color. Legend is written from dual POV and June's POV scenes were typed in one of the standard book fonts while Day's was gold text and a less commonly used font. Seeing the new text jolted me every time the POVs switched, but I guess it served its purpose in making the transitions more obvious. 

There were some parts that slightly bogged me down because of the pace, but ultimately, I was drawn to this world because of the deceit, the murder investigation, the romance, the action, and the mysteries within the government.

Monday, October 14, 2013

Spooktacular Giveaway Hop! (CLOSED)

Thanks for stopping by my little hollow for this year's Spooktacular Giveaway Hop! This year, there will be one winner who gets to choose from a choice of four YA books!

**This is a US-ONLY giveaway. Sorry international buddies!**


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Continue onto your next hop!

Monday, October 7, 2013

Book Superlatives 2013

This book-themed superlatives was created by The Perpetual Page Turner. Go find her and join the fun. There are links to all the books mentioned and my reviews are with them, so if you are curious to know what I thought of these books, go check them out, loves! :) Leave a link to your book superlatives in the comments!


Most Likely To Change The World
Rose Hathaway from Vampire Academy

Cutest Couple 
Sam and Jase from My Life Next Door. They're relationship is just so real and sweet!

Class Clown

Most Likely To Become Famous For Their Athletic/Musical/Artistic Abilities
Lena from The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (for art).
All Around Good Person
Emma from Wide Awake, after she woke from her coma.

Biggest Flirt
Jace from The Mortal Instruments

Most Likely To Be Fought Over
Dimitri from Vampire Academy or Ren from Tiger's Curse. I'm always fighting over these book boyfriends with my friends! Heehee!

Mostly Likely To Be Friends Forever
Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, & Hermione Granger.

Most Likely To Have Their Own Reality Show

Alex, Nycole, Kyndall, & Rylie from Mending Hearts series: I'd get a crack out of watching these girls on TV haha.

Most Unique

Most Likely To Survive An Apocalypse
 Cassie from The 5th Wave.

Most Likely To Be A Villain
Am I supposed to pick a real antagonist of a story or a character who just has the traits that could end up being evil-like? Since I'm going blank on this one, I'm going to go super common and non-creative here and say Voldemort from Harry Potter.

Biggest Wallflower
Derek from Darkest Powers? Idk for this one.

Most Likely To Break Your Heart
Conrad from The Summer I Turned Pretty because he sent hints to Belly, he knew she had this HUGE thing for him, but he just continued to hurt her feelings.

Most Changed
Sophie Price from Vain by Fisher Amelie. MY FAVORITE BOOK IN THE WORLD.

Most Likely To Get Arrested

Day from Legend.

Self Proclaimed God/Goddess
Aphrodite from House of Night.

Best Person To Bring Home To Mom & Dad

Ian from Vain. Or Ren from Tiger's Curse. How about both? OR Caleb from Significance. Three? Mum and Dad won't have a problem with three guys, will they?


Most Likely To Make You Cry
Second Chance Summer Morgan Matson

Dares To Be Different (in world, plot, storytelling, etc.)
Hazel and Augusts are more different and more mature-thinking characters than I've ever read.

Best Dressed (pretty cover!)

Most Likely To Make You Swoon

Loveliest Prose

Most Likely To Be A Favorite Of 2013
Umm, try favorite EVER. <3

Most Likely To Change The World (or change your life)
I know I just mentioned this one, but this book has literally changed my life so I couldn't NOT add it twice. Besides, it deserves at least two superlative titles. ;)

Book You Are Most Likely To Keep Putting Off
If my friend wasn't making me read this for our October buddy swap, I'd probably be holding it off for another couple years... I'm just hesistant to read it because of the mixed reviews!

Most Likely To End Up As Christmas Gifts For Everyone You Know
I know! I'm such a big cheater! But I don't caaaaaare. Vain <3

Most Likely To Be Thrown
This is a really hard one for me. I don't throw books... But I chose this because I got really upset when Bella kissed Jacob. Grrr.

Most Likely To Be Reread More Than Once
Well, since I've read this 10 times...

Most Likely To Make You Read Through An Earthquake Because It’s THAT Engrossing
Just read. Loved!

Most Likely To Be Passed On To Your Children
The entire series of course!

Most Likely To Break Your Heart Into A Million Pieces
My heart! Just so many feels!

Most Likely To Brighten Up Your Day
I read this recently so it popped into my mind first. 
This was a light read that had a lot of cute and funny moments.