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Quick Update!

Hi everyone!! So I've just started my Easter holidays, which means two glorious weeks of non-stop reading! I've finished 2 books already (The Bane by Keary Taylor and The Academy: Game On by Monica Seles) Those reviews will be posted soon. I have a bunch of books lined up for reviewing, including:

Riding on Air by Maggie Gilbert
What's Left of Me by Kat Zhang
Angellfall by Susan Ee
Gone by Michael Grant
The Edge of Never by J.A Redmerski

I hope to have reviews for the above posted in the next few weeks. 

Meanwhile, thank you for all your support, and have an amazing and chocolate filled Easter!

Opal by Jennifer L Armentrout (Review)

Release date:  11 December 2012

Publisher: Entangled Teen

Number of pages: 382

My rating: 3.5/5

This book was great! It's no secret that I was incredibly disappointed with the previous book, Onyx. It was slow and boring. All the characters lost their luster and the plot did not keep me engaged. This book made me fall back in love with the series.
Luckily for me, more happens in Opal than in the previous books. Katy and Daemon try to get Beth back. There's a twist when Blake shows up again, with plans of his own. I can't reveal much more without giving away spoilers, but trying to break into the DOD to get Beth back is the main part of the story.

I like Katy and Daemon. Honestly, I don't like them as much as everyone else seems to, but they're both decent characters with great personalities. Daemon can still be a jerk.

I think I'm one of the few who don't fall for male characters filled with excessive amounts of testosterone. Horny comments about other people'…

Prodigy by Marie Lu (Review)

Release date: 29 January 2013

Publisher: Penguin

Number of pages: 356

My rating: 4.5/5 stars

OHMYGOD. *HYPERVENTILATES* *CRIES* *DIES*. Seriously. I think this book ruined me forever. So freaking good! For those who haven't read this trilogy, seriously! Ditch my review and run out and grab a copy of Legend! (Actually, please don't ditch my review!).

WARNING: Review may contain spoilers for Legend from now on.

But seriously, this book was amazing. It was just as great as legend, if not more. I loved every moment, character, and line.

Prodigy follows the story of June and Day, a prodigy and a criminal. They are running from the republic after Day's brother's execution. They go to the patriots for help, an agree to asassinate the new Elector Primo, Anden. Soon, they realise that not everything is as it seems, and maybe there is a chance for The Republic after all.

Prodigy was even more action packed than Legend. It goes at a steady pace, although the last few chapters went at a…