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Kitkats Can Read

I love books. Books are my boyfriends. Rawr.

Currently reading

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Stephen Fry, J.K. Rowling
Jeri Smith-Ready
The Darkest Minds
Alexandra Bracken
Elizabeth Norris, Katie Schorr
Teardrop (Teardrop, #1) - Lauren Kate Eep!!
Not only is the cover gorgeous, this book is awesome!!
Loved the storyline.
I prefer this even more than the Fallen series =D

Full review to come...
A Monster Calls - Patrick Ness, Jim Kay What an exceptional book!
So many fantastic illustrations.
This is a great story that has a deep and meaningful message inside.
I really enjoyed this.

Full review to come...
Model Misfit (Geek Girl #2) - Holly Smale LUUUUURVED IT!!
Harriet Manners is back, and she's just as hilarious.
Sprouting random facts and being a complete doofus.
You can't help but love her.

In this book she is travelling to Japan, meeting new people and trying not to think about Nick.
It seems someone is trying to sabotage Harriet's career though.
Who is it? And will Harriet last the whole time in Japan?
All will be found out if you read this book.
And I'm telling you to go read it!
It's hilarious, full of facts, and is just amazing.

Full review to come...
The Broken Destiny: Book One of The Broken Series - Carlyle Labuschagne This book was so confusing to me.
I just never knew what was happening a lot of the time.
And when something DID happen, something else happened and I was like "whuuut?!"
There's a lot of characters, and I got confused a lot about the relationships between them.
The story had had a lot of potential. But just as I would be getting into it, I'd find myself lost.
I just don't think this book was for me.
It was an OK read in the end.

Full review: http://kitkat1242.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/blog-tour-broken-destiny-by-carlysle.html
Divergent  - Veronica Roth So I found it hard to decide on a final rating.
Personally I found the beginning to be a little strange, but then it's because I haven't read a story like this before, so it was just something that I had to get used to.
There also was a certain element about the story that kept me reading on.
I wanted to know more about the world and these factions.
It's a different story, but I did like it. It was interesting.
The characters were believable and fantastic.
This isn't a happy chappy novel.
There are certain dark elements, with deaths inserted.
The ending of the book ends in such a way that you know something is going to brew into something big.
I can't wait to continue on with Insurgent.
I was also thinking to myself, "Would I read this book again?".
Yes. Yes I would.

Full review to come...
No Such Thing as Forever - Ali Cronin This book was an OK read for me, and personally 3 stars to me means an OK read.
The main protagonist annoyed me.
She is just so difhsdaifosaofheaoh
I wanted to reach into the book and strangle her.
Or slap her.
Either one.
Just knock sense into her for being so RETARDED!!!
Grrr <_<<br/>Ollie is cute.
End of.

Full review: http://kitkat1242.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/review-no-such-thing-as-forever-by-ali.html
DiSemblance - Shanae Branham DiSemlance is good if you like solving crimes and mysteries.
There was a lot of things in this book that was F*cking with my brain a lot.
The story starts of going from a few characters in one chapter, then it will switch to other characters in the next chapter.
It did that until the characters met.
This contains mystery, problem-solving, mind-messing, a little romance and some futuristic stuff.

Full review: http://kitkat1242.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/blog-tour-disemblance-by-shanae-branham.html
Girl, 16: Five Star Fiasco - Sue Limb Our story continues with Jess and Fred.
They are organising an event, but Fred seems to be lacking and isn't much help to Jess.
And he's acting very weird.
Can Jess sort the event out in time?
I honestly thought something was up with Fred and that he was planning something.
So I was disappointed to find he wasn't.
Still was a fun read and I want to know what Jess is planning now!!

Full review: http://kitkat1242.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/review-girl-16-five-star-fiasco-by-sue.html
The Girl Next Door - Selene Castrovilla (Received from the author in exchange for an honest review)

What a beautiful, amazing emotional story of dealing with cancer and loss.
The characters were so amazing, and the bonds between Jesse and Sam were so strong, it felt real.
You could see the love they have for each other.
It was very gripping and I loved it.
I was emotionally tied and I completely recommend this book.
This is another book that's made me cry.

Full review: http://kitkat1242.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/blog-tour-girl-next-door-by-selene.html
Frostbite  - Richelle Mead Times read: 2

Ahhh man the ending...THE ENDING!! D:
The story continues.
Rose and Dimitri try to avoid each other.
Rose needs to decide what she wants.
However, Mason and a few others go to seek out the Strigoi.
Rose goes along to rescue them, but ends up being trapped herself.
Being brave, Rose saves the day, but not without losing someone dear.

Was so sad. But brilliant!
The ending makes me want to carry on!
LOVE Adrian <3 <br/>
Full review: http://kitkat1242.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/review-frostbite-by-richelle-mead.html
Earthbound - Aprilynne Pike This book was really good.
At first when reading the synopsis, it did sound a bit like Unremembered by Jessica Brody, and was hoping that it was anything but.
I'm glad it wasn't like it, as sometimes similar books aren't as good.
Full of mystery, suspense, history and romance.
Plus the cover is gorgeous!
It was a great story, and I can't wait to carry it on.

Full review: http://kitkat1242.blogspot.com/2013/09/review-earthbound-by-aprilynne-pike.html
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban  - Stephen Fry, J.K. Rowling I just love listening to Harry & his adventures with Hermione and Ron.
Oh no.
Haha. I love Sirius.
Not gonna lie, he is my favourite character.
Thoroughly enjoyed this =D
City of Ashes - Cassandra Clare What another great book.
Loved it just as much as the first.
The characters are just as awesome.
So many secrets.
So many things revealed.
And so many bloody shocks!!
Loved it and want to carry on!!
Definitely recommend this series!!

Full review: http://kitkat1242.blogspot.com/2013/09/review-city-of-ashes-by-cassandra-clare.html
City of Bones - Cassandra Clare I loved the book, but that bit near the end...f*ck.
Seriously, f*cking hell.
I really enjoyed entering the world of the Shadowhunters and the Downworlders.
I think it's safe to say I fell in love with Jace <3<br/>It was amazing, and I can't wait to continue with the series.

Full review: http://kitkat1242.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/review-city-of-bones-by-cassandra-clare.html
Skin Deep - Laura Jarratt This book was so cute.
I love stories about beauty within.
Jenna was in a major car crash.
Two of her friends were killed, and she is left with nasty scars on her face.
Jenna is so brave for dealing with that; having everyone stare at her everywhere she goes.
Along comes Ryan who falls for Jenna's personality.
What a hero.
However, Carlisle who was the driver of the car that crashed is murdered.
But by whom?

Was awesome. I totally recommend.

Full review: http://kitkat1242.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/review-skin-deep-by-laura-jarratt.html
No Reverse - Marion Croslydon This book was SO GOOD!!
I love reading new adult books. I connect with them more.
The storyline was so intense & the characters were great.
Cliffhanger ending, omg.
I need the sequel NOW!!

Full review: http://kitkat1242.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/blog-tour-no-reverse-by-marion.html