March Recap and April Goals

March has been a really good month for me and I’ve read so many amazing books.  Here is the list of this months books: Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas Vortex by Julie Cross The Prince by Kiera Cass Numbers by Rachel Ward Nobody’s Girl by Sarra Manning The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen Changeling by Philippa Gregory Wither by Lauren DeStefano Cinder by Marissa Meyer The Hit by Melvin Burgess Skin Deep by Laura Jarratt Me, Suzy P by Karen Saunders Rockoholic by C.J. Skuse Infinite Sky by C.J. Flood Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare Clockwork Princess by…

REVIEW: Diary of a Mall Girl by Luisa Plaja

Published By: Curious Fox Publishing Date: 15th March 2013 Number of Pages: 272 Format: Paperback Source: Received for review from the publisher Summary from Goodreads:  The mall is the heart of the fifteen-year-old Molly’s suburban town. Most teens hang around with friends there, get their first job there, and experience their first kiss there. And Molly? She actually lives there, in the complex’s residential wing, where she navigates the dramas of teenage life, falling out with her friends and falling for the dark, mysterious boy-next-door. But is living in a massive shopping centre as much fun as it sounds? Well, yes……

REVIEW: Undone by Cat Clarke

Summary from Goodreads: Jem Halliday is in love with her gay best friend. Not exactly ideal, but she’s learning to live with it. Then the unspeakable happens. Kai is outed online … and he kills himself. Jem knows nothing she can say or do will bring him back. But she wants to know who was responsible. And she wants to take them down. Jem Halliday has been in love with her best friend, Kai, since she can remember. There’s just one problem: Kai is gay. When a tape of Kai gets spread around the school, he can’t take it any more…

REVIEW: Geek Girl by Holly Smale

Summary from Goodreads: Harriet Manners knows a lot of things.  She knows that a cat has 32 muscles in each ear, a “jiffy” lasts 1/100th of a second, and the average person laughs 15 times per day.  What she isn’t quite so sure about is why nobody at school seems to like her very much. So when she’s spotted by a top model agent, Harriet grabs the chance to reinvent herself.  Even if it means stealing her Best Friend’s dream, incurring the wrath of her arch enemy Alexa, and repeatedly humiliating herself in front of the impossibly handsome supermodel Nick. Even…

REVIEW: Stolen: A Letter to my Captor by Lucy Christopher

Summary from Goodreads:  It happened like this. I was stolen from an airport. Taken from everything I knew, everything I was used to. Taken to sand and heat, dirt and danger. And he expected me to love him. This is my story. A letter from nowhere. Sixteen year old Gemma is kidnapped from Bangkok airport and taken to the Australian Outback. This wild and desolate landscape becomes almost a character in the book, so vividly is it described. Ty, her captor, is no stereotype. He is young, fit and completely gorgeous. This new life in the wilderness has been years in…

Review- Tapas and Tears by Chris Higgins

I really enjoyed this book. I had started to read this a few months ago but, having a few books on the go at the same time, never really got past the first chapter. This time though, I was determined to finish it and went in with an open mind. Once you get in to it, you really start to enjoy it, as I found. I couldn’t put it down! The characters in it are well thought out, and the book is written in Jaime’s point of view. You see her go from, as her mother calls her, Wilma Worryguts, to…