Monday, August 26, 2013

The Maze Runner Files - By: James Dashner

The Maze Runner Files (The Maze Runer #0.6)
by: James Dashner

5 of 5 stars

The Maze Runner Files is a 50+ page collection of classified records and concealed information from the world of the New York Times bestselling Maze Runner series. Lost emails between WICKED employees, memos meant to be destroyed after reading, and a selection of the Gladers suppressed memories make up this e-original short. These documents offer a unique glimpse of the world of The Maze Runner and are a must for any fan of The Maze Runner.

In Time - By: Alexandra Bracken

In Time (The Darkest Minds #1.5)
by: Alexandra Bracken

5 of 5 stars

Gabe’s life has been devastated in the wake of the economic crash. The only option left for someone like him to escape his tragic past is to leave his small town behind and to attempt to become a skip tracer. This already almost impossible task is made all the more difficult by his first score, a young girl who won’t speak, but who changes his life in ways he could never imagine.

The Darkest Minds - By: Alexandra Bracken

The Darkest Minds (The Darkest Minds #1)
by: Alexandra Bracken

5 of 5 stars

When Ruby woke up on her tenth birthday, something about her had changed. Something alarming enough to make her parents lock her in the garage and call the police. Something that gets her sent to Thurmond, a brutal government “rehabilitation camp.” She might have survived the mysterious disease that’s killed most of America’s children, but she and the others have emerged with something far worse: frightening abilities they cannot control.

Now sixteen, Ruby is one of the dangerous ones.

When the truth comes out, Ruby barely escapes Thurmond with her life. Now she’s on the run, desperate to find the one safe haven left for kids like her—East River. She joins a group of kids who escaped their own camp. Liam, their brave leader, is falling hard for Ruby. But no matter how much she aches for him, Ruby can’t risk getting close. Not after what happened to her parents.

When they arrive at East River, nothing is as it seems, least of all its mysterious leader. But there are other forces at work, people who will stop at nothing to use Ruby in their fight against the government. Ruby will be faced with a terrible choice, one that may mean giving up her only chance at a life worth living.

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Sweet Temptation - By: Maya Banks

Sweet Temptation (Sweet #4)
by: Maya Banks

5 of 5 stars

He was a by-the-book cop who broke the rules in the bedroom...

Micah Hudson has painful secrets he's run hard from. He has new friends, a new life, but he's about to be confronted with the one person who reminds him of all he's tried to forget--Angelina, the sister of his oldest friend David. She knows everything about his past, including how he and David fell in love with the same woman, and how they decided the best way to prevent her from tearing them apart was to share her between them. But then a terrible accident left Micah alone...

She was willing to do anything to make him see the woman she'd become...

Micah lost the two people who meant the most in the world to him. Angelina lost her only family. And she kept her deepest secret close to her heart. Her love for Micah. No longer willing to wait, she decides it's time to go after him and bring him to his knees. She knows his secrets, his desires, his kinks and fetishes, and she'll use whatever it takes to reel him in. Behind the easygoing, loves women exterior lies a man with dark needs and passions. She can give him what he wants. But will he decide she's what he needs?

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Deceived - By: Julie Anne Lindsey

by: Julie Anne Lindsey

5 of 5 stars
When Elle's father, a single parent and a big shot in corporate insurance, moves her to yet another boarding school for senior year, Elle is disgusted when nothing changes. Her night terrors don't go away, and, soon, despite her father's caring calls and visits, Elle starts to believe she's losing her mind. She knows she's being followed; a ribbon is tied around her doorknob, and there are those cigarette butts that keep turning up on the doormat, in violation of a strict smoking ban on campus. Then there's Bryan, an intriguing boy Elle meets at a flea market and later finds out is a student at her school. Yet on campus, he pretends he doesn't recognize her - until the day he divulges just how much danger she's in. In her search for an answer to all the madness, Elle unravels the truth about her dad's real identity, why someone has lied to her all her life, and the terrifying truth that she may be the only one who can save her from the one who's following her now.

The Pool Theory - By: Alexa Nazzaro

The Pool Theory
by: Alexa Nazzaro

3 of 5 stars
After years of feeling like a loser, fifteen year old Kye Penton finally has it made. With his new friend, Julian, and the cutest girl in English class by his side, it looks like his days of being a social outcast are ancient history. Until Annie Cooper shows up: pregnant and claiming the baby is his. Kye's life quickly unravels as he's pulled into a nightmare bigger than any bullying he has ever survived.

A contemporary novel that doesn't shy away from the dark side of adolescence, The Pool Theory is an honest depiction of what it means to live out the so-called best years of your life when all you want to do is disappear off the face of the earth.

Saturday, August 17, 2013

StS [3]

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews, which is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. You can read more about the creation of Stacking the Shelves by visiting the official launch page here.

Week from August 17, 2013 to August 23, 2013

Read This Past Week:

  • Once (Eve #2) & Rise (Eve #3) - Yeah! I finish with this trilogy and I was super happy about it, not so much about the end, but you know... Reviews here and here.
  • Sweet Seduction (Sweet #3) - This book was so hilarious that I do not regret reading no matter how behind I'm in my reads. Review here!
  • SUTHY - This book is not out yet, but I read the ARC. When this books comes out, PLEASE read it! I totally recommend it. Review here.
  • Once Upon A Wallflower - The book was extremly good. I swear that it was very mysterious, lovely and all. Totally recommend it! Review here.
Currently Reading:

The Pool Theory, by: Alexa Nazzaro

Slowly Re-Reading:

  • City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments #1) - So I'm re-reading this one, just for the movie and guess what? I'm only at page two. Woah! I know, super slow. It's just that I was so lazy this week and with a good excuse, because I begin my second year of University. Tough, right? That what I thought.
What I Expect to Read This Week:

I'm really going to try to read the ones I didn't read last week, which are: Deceived & Sweet Temptation (Sweet #4). Plus I will begin the Akasha series by Terra Harmony and let's see if I can finish City of Bones.

God! Help me to keep up with my books, but to study too. So, how is your list?

Book to Movie [1]

Percy Jackson: The Sea of Monsters
(book - movie)

Book Author: Rick Riordan
Book Published: April 1st, 2006

Movie Director: Thor Freudenthal
Movie Release: August 7, 2013

So, yeah! I went to see this movie "based" in the book with the same name today, August 17. I know that you are thinking why today, when it was release the 7th, well it was not released that day where I lived. It was released two days ago, so I went today because I was free.

I read the whole series after the first movie came out. I really liked the movie, so I read the books. At that time, I knew that the books were nothing like the movies. The books were better! But obviously the movie is a bit better because of the actors, screenplay, effects and all. Still, I liked the books better.
This time, I was dissapointed but not so much with this movie. The characters were more elaborated, the screenplay was very cool and all the effects were outstanding. I really enjoy the movie and I kind of recommend it.

There are things that were not in the book and things that were in it, but still an awesome movie. Logan Lerman, Alexandra Daddario and Leven Rambin were my favorites. About my favorite scene... I think that I liked very much the end. Because it was very based in the book (not so much, but still). Is the scene when Thalia "wakes up" and says something like: "I'm Thalia, daughter of Zeus." I really love it! That part was the very end and so we think like yes, the next one will be out too.

I really wish for all the books being in movies. Because I really want to and I will enjoy them. But I really wish not to wait another three years for the next one, like the time before.

Tell me if you saw the movie, what you think and your favorite part!

Friday, August 16, 2013

Once Upon A Wallflower - By: Wendy Lyn Watson

Once Upon A Wallflower
by: Wendy Lyn Watson

5 of 5 stars
A Perennial Wallflower…
When Mira Fitzhenry’s guardian arranges her engagement to one of the most scandalous, yet devastatingly handsome lords to ever grace the peerage, all of society is abuzz. After all, the man has left a trio of dead young women in his wake, including his first fiancée.

A Gothic Villain…
Expecting to scare the chit away within five minutes of meeting him, scarred and brooding Nicholas, the Viscount Ashfield, is intrigued by the unfashionably lovely Mira, but his family’s dark secret means he must fight his attractions. No matter what his heart wants.

As the wedding approaches, Nicholas and Mira grow ever closer, yet so does the very real danger. Will the truth bring Nicholas and Mira together or tear their love apart?

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Sweet Seduction - By: Maya Banks

Sweet Seduction (Sweet #3)
by: Maya Banks

4.5 of 5 stars
He was the stuff erotic dreams are made of...
Salon owner Julie Stanford wanted Nathan Tucker ever since she gave him his first massage. Getting paid to feel every inch of his body, stripped, oiled, and spread out in front of her. Stuff dreams are made of. But the sexy guy was oblivious to the signals she was sending; until she finished off his final rub-down with something extra. In fact, the best extra he ever had. Unfortunately, he came around too late. Now Julie's moving on.
She was everything he'd dreamed of...
The woman was driving him crazy. She lit fire to his insides then ran like a scalded cat. And now she's going to someone else to have all her fantasies fulfilled? Over his dead body. He's more than willing to give her what she wants, and as soon as he pins the little minx down, he'd show her his own brand of sweet seduction.
It's all fun and games until someone falls in love.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

TTT [2]

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. Each week they will post a new Top Ten list that one of their bloggers over at The Broke and the Bookish will answer. Everyone is welcome to join! I will make mine in countdown, from the least to most. This week Top Ten is... 
Top Ten Favorite Books With X Setting (Dystopian)

Eve Trilogy (Eve, Once & Rise)
by: Anna Carey

After the world is almost without people, the setting is really lonely. VERY dystopian, you could say.

Uglies Trilogy + 1 (Uglies, Pretties & Specials + Extras)
by: Scott Westerfeld

This setting is very tecnological. I really like it.

Matched Trilogy (Matched, Crossed & Reached)
by: Ally Condie

It was a lovely adventure as the same with the setting. Everything was beautiful and lovely.

(Delirium, Annbel, Hana, Pandemonium, Raven, Requiem & Alex)
by: Lauren Oliver

I cannot talk about this setting made me weep. But it was perfect.

(Legend, Life before Legend, Prodigy & Champion)
by: Marie Lu

I love so much this. I really want to Champion out soon!

(The Hunger Games, Catching Fire & Mockingjay)
by: Suzanne Collins

Ugh. The 12 districts setting is so amazing! I can't wait to see the second movie (Catching Fire) to see how well they capture all the setting of the arena, Capitol and districts, plus the characters.

(The Maze Runner, The Scorch Trials, The Death Cure & The Kill Order)
by: James Dashner

I really don't know which setting of the four books I loved more, but oh well. I love the four and each of them. Waiting for the movie!

Divergent Trilogy (Divergent, Insurgent & Allegiant)
by: Veronica Roth

Ugh. Like the THG, the 5 factions setting was totally perfect. I'm totally waiting for the third book to come out and the movie, of course. You?

Shatter Me Trilogy (Shatter Me, Unravel Me & Ignite Me)
by: Tahereh Mafi

I was really crazy with this whole setting. I love it! Waiting for the third book to come out. I cannot wait more.

(The New World, The Knife of Never Letting Go, The Ask and the Answer, Wide Wide Sea, Monsters of Men & Snowscape)
by: Patrick Ness

This books we totally my favorite among the dystopian ones. For real!

Comment if you agree, if you not, if you would add others and of course, link your lists! Thanks.

Monday, August 12, 2013

Rise - By: Anna Carey

Rise (Eve #3)
by: Anna Carey

3.5 of 5 stars
How far will you go when you have nothing left to lose?

When she lost her soul mate, Caleb, Eve felt like her world had ended. Trapped in the palace, forced to play the part of the happy, patriotic princess of The New America—and the blushing bride of her father's top adviser—Eve's whole life is a lie. The only thing that keeps her going is Caleb's memory, and the revolution he started.

Now, Eve is taking over where Caleb left off. With the help of Moss, an undercover subversive in the King's court, she plots to take down The New America, beginning with the capital, the City of Sand. Will Eve be able to bring about a new, free world when she's called upon to perform the ultimate act of rebellion—killing her father?

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Once - By: Anna Carey

Once (Eve #1)
by: Anna Carey

3.5 of 5 stars
When you're being hunted, who can you trust?

For the first time since she escaped from her school many months ago, Eve can sleep soundly. She's living in Califia, a haven for women, protected from the terrifying fate that awaits orphaned girls in The New America.

But her safety came at a price: She was forced to abandon Caleb, the boy she loves, wounded and alone at the city gates. When Eve gets word that Caleb is in trouble, she sets out into the wild again to rescue him, only to be captured and brought to the City of Sand, the capital of The New America.

Trapped inside the City walls, Eve uncovers a shocking secret about her past--and is forced to confront the harsh reality of her future. When she discovers Caleb is alive, Eve attempts to flee her prison so they can be together--but the consequences could be deadly. She must make a desperate choice to save the ones she loves . . . or risk losing Caleb forever.

Saturday, August 10, 2013

SUTHY - By: Hollis Seamon

Somebody Up There Hates You
by: Hollis Seamon

4.5 of 5 stars
Chemo, radiation, a zillion surgeries, watching my mom age twenty years in twenty months: if that’s part of the Big Dude’s plan, then it’s pretty obvious, isn’t it? Somebody Up There Hates You.

SUTHY has landed me here in this hospice, where we—that’s me and Sylvie—are the only people under 30 in the whole place, sweartogod. But I’m not dead yet. I still need to keep things interesting. Sylvie, too. I mean, we’re kids, hospice-hostages or not. We freak out visitors; I get my uncle to sneak me out for one insane Halloween night. Stuff like that. And Sylvie wants to make things even more interesting. That girl’s got big plans.

Only Sylvie’s father is so nuclear-blasted by what’s happened to his little girl, he glows orange, I swear. That’s one scary man, and he’s not real fond of me. So we got a major family feud going on, right here in hospice. DO NOT CROSS line running down the middle of the hall, me on one side, her on the other. It’s crazy.

In the middle of all of this, really, there’s just me and Sylvie, a guy and a girl. And we want to live, in our way, by our own rules, in whatever time we’ve got. We will pack in some living before we go, trust me.

StS [2]

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews, which is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. You can read more about the creation of Stacking the Shelves by visiting the official launch page here.
Week from August 10, 2013 to August 16, 2013

Read This Past Week:

  • Sweet Surrender (Sweet #1) & Sweet Persuasion (Sweet #2) - My reviews are here and here, they were very addictive. When I finished with Sweet Surrender, I try to stay away from the sequels, but Sweet Persuasion was calling me, for real.
  • Eve (Eve #1) - The review is here. Last week, I said that I was going to read this book and I did. YEY! But I got to confess that I almost don't.
  • Ready Player One - OMG, this freaking book gave me so many problems. You maybe should read the review, here.
  • 4 to 16 Characters - This was the first book that NetGalley gave me, so I read it! I don't regret it, it was worth it. Very awesome! Read my review here.

Currently Reading:

  • Once (Eve #2) - I know I was suppose to read this book last week, but... things (more like other books) got in the middle. I begin, yeah, I'm like in page 50 something ::sighs::, I just want to the story to be a little bit more "active".
  • Somebody Up There Hates You - I called this book SUTHY. I'm really very into it, because I like it.

NEED to Re-Read SOON:

  • City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments #1) - I really need to read this book before the movie comes out. I still got time, because in my country will be release the 29th (yes, I know. I'm FRUSTRATED!). The book is in my midnight table... I really want to read but... so manyt things in the way ::sighs::.

What "arrived" from NetGalley this Past Week:

What I Expect to Read this Week:

I know this is a lot of books, but hey my bookshelfs are a mess and I'm really trying to make order (not getting anywhere with that). I'm a feelings girl, so I really don't follow my "to-read" list. I go by heart to where my next book is. Weird, I know. Hope you like them!

Friday, August 9, 2013

A to Z Bookish Survey

Survey made by The Perpetual Page-Turner. I saw this there, and I thought that it was a good idea and fun. Feel free to do it too!

Author you've read the most books from:
If my mind and goodreads don't fail me... it's Cassandra Clare. I have really read all the TMI, TID and TBC, a total of 13 books.
Best Sequel Ever:
Hard one... I say: Clockwork Princess (The Infernal Devices #3), by: Cassandra Clare.
Currently Reading:
Two books: Once (Eve #2), by: Anna Carey & Somone Up There Hate Us, by: Hollis Seamon. Great Books!
Drink of Choice While Reading:
If you think I will say something like coffee or anything, you are wrong. I like Coke!
E-Reader or Physical Book?
You know, that's not hard to answer. Physical Books! The problem is that I don't have them (not so many, at least). Aprox. 90% of my books are in my iPad.
Fictional Character that You Probably Would Have Actually Dated in High School:
Why is this so hard? Uhm... maybe Sam from Shiver Trilogy, by: Maggie Stiefvater.
Glad You Gave this Book a Chance:
Fallen, by: Lauren Kate
Hidden Gem Book:
City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments #1), by Cassandra Clare. I have never borrowed this book and I will never do it. MINE!
Important Moment of Your Reading Life:
I will say this summer 2013, because I have never read so many books in my life. I discovered how to be a full time bookworm.
Just Finished:
4 to 16 Characters, by: Kelly Hourihan
Kind of Books You Won't Read:
Kids and some Teen books. I just don't like their rambling and all.
Longest Book You've Read:
I'm kind of ashamed of this, but it's Breaking Dawm (Twilight #4), by Stephenie Meyer.
Major Book Hangover Because of:
Delirium, by: Lauren Olvier
Number of Bookcases you own:
TOTALLY ashamed by this answer: None. Well, I have one, but its not even mine. There are all my books from high school, some classic novels, my books (YEY!), stuff like pencils and other stuff from my family. The bookshelf is not mine, because everyone use it.
One Book You've Read Multiple Times:
I have re-read twice this books: Divergent, Insurgent and A Tale of Two Cities. Soon that list will have City of Bones too.
Preferred Place to Read:
My bed.
Quote that Inspires You:
I really have a lot, basically a whole notebook with those. Not posting one!
Reading Regret:
The Betrayal of Natalie Hargrove, by: Lauren Kate
Series You Started and Need To Finish (all books are out):
Sweet Series, by: Maya Banks. Just four more and I finish.
Three of Your All-Favorite Books:
Hard! I refused to answer this. I will not choose some of my babies over the others.
Unapologetic Fangirl For:
Every freaking book of Cassandra Clare.
Very Exited For This Release More Than All the Others:
CITY OF HEAVELY FIRE (The Mortal Instruments #6), by: Cassandra Clare & ALLEGIANT (Divergent #3), by: Veronica Roth.
Worst Bookish Habit:
Going to the very last page and see what it says at the end. AND search for spoilers in Google. I LOVE SPOILERS!
X Mark the Spot: Start at the top left of your shelf and pick the 27th book:
I really don't have too many paperbooks. SHAME!
Your Lastest Book Purchase:
Sadly, it was in March 19. Clockwork Princess.
Zzz-snatcher book (last book that kept you up WAY late):
Sweet Surrender (Sweet #1), by: Maya Banks. I was up until 5:45am.

Requiem - By: Lauren Oliver

Requiem (Delirium #3)
by: Lauren Oliver

4 of 5 stars

They have tried to squeeze us out, to stamp us into the past.

But we are still here.

And there are more of us every day.

Now an active member of the resistance, Lena has been transformed. The nascent rebellion that was under way in Pandemonium has ignited into an all-out revolution in Requiem, and Lena is at the center of the fight.

After rescuing Julian from a death sentence, Lena and her friends fled to the Wilds. But the Wilds are no longer a safe haven—pockets of rebellion have opened throughout the country, and the government cannot deny the existence of Invalids. Regulators now infiltrate the borderlands to stamp out the rebels, and as Lena navigates the increasingly dangerous terrain, her best friend, Hana, lives a safe, loveless life in Portland as the fiancée of the young mayor.

Maybe we are driven crazy by our feelings.

Maybe love is a disease, and we would be better off without it.

But we have chosen a different road.

And in the end, that is the point of escaping the cure: We are free to choose.

We are even free to choose the wrong thing.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

4 to 16 Characters - By: Kelly Hourihan

4 to 16 Characters
by: Kelly Hourihan

5 of 5 stars
Fifteen-year-old Jane Shilling’s best friends don’t know her real name. In fact, they don’t know anything about her at all. Jane’s life has collapsed in the last few years; following the death of her mother, her father turned to drinking, and Jane is reeling from the double blow. To escape, Jane devises a number of online personas, each with a distinct personality, life history, and set of friends. But things become trickier when she finds herself drawing close to some of her online friends, and winds up struggling with the question of how to maintain a real friendship while masquerading as a fake person. With the help of Gary, a socially awkward classmate and competitive Skeeball player who is Jane’s only offline friend, and Nora, her therapist, Jane begins to sift through her issues. The only catch is that that involves taking a long, hard look at what her life’s like when the computer is shut off, and that’s a reality she’s been fighting for years.

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Sweet Persuasion - By: Maya Banks

Sweet Persuasion (Sweet #2)
by: Maya Banks

4.5 of 5 stars
The man of her dreams would give the orders. For him, she had two words that satisfied them both..."Take me."
For five years, Serena has run Fantasy Incorporated and has devoted her time to fulfilling her clients' fantasies. Never her own. Until now...

Her most secret desire is to give ownership of her body to a man. Someone who will command her, pleasure her, and have complete authority over her. So she seeks out Damon Roche, owner of an exclusive sex club and a man strong enough to make her do anything he wants. Anything.

Together they'll journey into a world she's only dreamed of. She's given the opportunity to immerse herself in a different life while her normal one waits for her to return whenever she wishes. Damon has no desire to let her go, however. Serena is the woman he's long searched for, and it's up to him to convince her to stay when the game is all over with. He wants their fantasy to become their reality and for Serena to remain his pampered, cherished submissive.

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Eve - By: Anna Carey

Eve (Eve #1)
by: Anna Carey

4 of 5 stars

The year is 2032, sixteen years after a deadly virus—and the vaccine intended to protect against it—wiped out most of the earth’s population. The night before eighteen-year-old Eve’s graduation from her all-girls school she discovers what really happens to new graduates, and the horrifying fate that awaits her.

Fleeing the only home she’s ever known, Eve sets off on a long, treacherous journey, searching for a place she can survive. Along the way she encounters Caleb, a rough, rebellious boy living in the wild. Separated from men her whole life, Eve has been taught to fear them, but Caleb slowly wins her trust...and her heart. He promises to protect her, but when soldiers begin hunting them, Eve must choose between true love and her life.

TTT [1]

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. Each week they will post a new Top Ten list that one of their bloggers over at The Broke and the Bookish will answer. Everyone is welcome to join! I will make mine in countdown, from the least to most. This week Top Ten is...

Top Ten Books I Wish Had Sequels

Reckoning (Strange Angels #5)
by: Lili St. Crow

I know this is kind of cheating for some people, because mostly everyone expect me to give them stand-alone books without sequels. Buy hey! What about those seques that they end without really an ending and there is no spin off or anything at all. If you have read this book, you should understand me. If not, then... forgeret. Don't read the book. In my review I don't recommend it, so why should I do it when I didn't like the end at all?

by: Leah Scheier

Now, this is a book that I did like. I read it because of a book club, but I do not regret reading it. I fell in love with the characters instantly and the plot was a little confusing, but I love it. Every single thing, EXCEPT the end. How come that the end make the book very ungly for me? Made my thought dark. So many things happen at the end, that I did thought that it have a sequel. But no. Someone says that maybe there will be, but there are no news about that. I recommend it, though. You can read my review of it here.

by: John Green & David Levithan

As you can read in my review, I really like the book and nowhere in my review you can see that I wish for a sequel or some sort of. BUT I think that end was very weird. Like, for me, it doesn't answer some questions. I hate that a book make me think like that. I want like just another chapter of it, maybe?

by: Annabel Pitcher

Let's get this straight. If you read the book, you know that it does have a closed end. No need to imagine what happen or anything. But if you read it, you did not like the end. You want another book, where the characters come together again and comfort the problem. It is hard, I cannot deny that, but why on earth they are so apart? Snap! I hope I didn't spoiled anything, if you have not read. But believe me, give the book a try and you will feel like me. Waiting for a sequel that never will be out. Feels. Feels everywhere.

by: Stephen Chbosky

I don't know, I feel like wanting to read more about Charlie, Sam and the others. I know that the end was the correct and all, but... you cannot judge me for wanting to read more, right?

Mockingjay (The Hunger Games #3)
by: Suzanne Collins

Yeah, yeah... I know this is a sequel and yadda yadda. But tell me that you do not want to know more about Panem post war and all. If you do not, you are lying to yourself. I wish to read more and I could tell that you too.

by: Jay Asher

You know, as I said in my review, I suffered a lot with this book and when I finished... I was not again. Will the story be repeated? No! I wanted to know. I really do still.

Monsters of Men (Chaos Walking #3)
by: Patrick Ness

Some of you might be thinking like, another series? I know, but if you read this book you could tell the same. Others must thought like, this book have a cliffhanger yeah, but there is a 3.5 book that tell you what happen. And yes, I understand your point, but in that short story... is there a direct POV about what really happen. You know about it by a third person POV, not from the main characters and damn! I was happy and angry about it. You can tell here.

Requiem (Delirium #3)
by: Lauren Oliver

Yeah, old story... series, yadda yadda. But no matter what... this book need a serious sequel rush. When I finished, I felt like I missed like the end of it. I was like; my book didn't come complete. I was needing a better end and I still do.

by: Rainbow Rowell

This book is so ice cream sweet. I fell in love with it instantly. It made me laugh, cry and suffer. But the end killed me. For real, killed me. I wish it to end differently. I wish for a happy ending. It have one, but not that happy like I wanted.

Well, that's my countdown of the Top Ten Books That I Wish Had Sequel. Hope you like them and agree, maybe? If you have not read them all, you know what to do.