March 2016 Wrap-Up


I had a VERY ambitious TBR last month and I think I didn’t do all that bad to be honest! Despite work, despite me wanting to catch up on TV shows, despite everything that has happened – I read 7 books! That’s quite neat, right? Let’s check out what I originally planned and what I actually read.

  • Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard (3.5 stars)
  • A Gathering of Shadows by V.E. Schwab (4 stars)
  • Firewalker by Josephine Angelini (4 stars)
  • Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare
    Okay, that book has been sitting on my shelf and taunting me for almost the entire month, but I really do want to read it with Cristina and Cátia and somehow the mail service messed up because Cátia still doesn’t have her copy … It’s torture!
  • Kindred Spirits by Rainbow Rowell (4 stars)
  • Splintered, Unhinged and Ensnared by A.G. Howard
    For this one there simply wasn’t time. That happens! Also, I may or may not buddy read the first book in the series with Marie. That would be so much fun! Our buddy reads are always hilarious with us just freaking out over Twitter.
  • The Shannara Chronicles: The Elfstones of Shannara by Terry Brooks
    Honestly, I am just not over what happened on the show and I am really scared of what’s in the book now. I am not sure I can relive a certain thing twice within a short time span.

Other books that weren’t on the list:

Glass Sword (Red Queen, #2)   A Gathering of Shadows (Shades of Magic, #2)   Firewalker (Worldwalker, #2)   Kindred Spirits   Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda   The Siren   Ghetto

As always, click on the titles above to get to the reviews (or on the name of the people I read the books with, to get to their reviews) and on the covers to be redirected to Goodreads!


In a very rare event, I got to meet Nicholas Sparks for the briefest of moments. I have read more than 10 books written by him and I know that he is famous worldwide, so I didn’t really expect to encounter him in Vienna one day, but it happened. It was brief and there was no chance of asking or saying anything to him, but it was still such a cool experience. Read my post about it here!

I got my first book swag!!! It was so cool to actually get something relevant in the mail and I just took the letter with me to work.

It was a really neat letter by Katie McGarry, a bookmark and ribbons with quotes from the Thunder Road books. I loved it! And speaking of that particular series, you can now win a copy of the first book – Nowhere But Here! Because you crazy people whom I adore like no one else have made it to 500 Followers here on WordPress! As a little Thank You, I have organised a Giveaway, which you can check out here!







How was your month? What books did you read and which ones did you love the most? Did something out of the ordinary happen? Tell me all about it!

TBT: My Mad Fat Diary (TV Review)

I don’t know what it is. Maybe it’s Thirteen ending last Monday and me missing Jodie Comer or because it features one of my all time favourite TV couples, but somehow I just feel the need to talk about My Mad Fat Diary!

First off, I used to love this show. It started in 2013 and had its final season last summer. On the one hand, I was sad that there weren’t more episodes, but on the other hand, I think the story might have been ruined if it had gone on for too long. The show is based on My Fat, Mad Teenage Diary written by Rae Earl, who is also the protagonist. But let’s see what it’s about:

Set in the mid-90s, My Mad Fat Diary follows the story of 16-year-old, 105 kg girl, Rae Earl, who just left a psychiatric hospital. She soon begins to reconnect with her former best friend, Chloe, who is unaware of what Rae went through. She neither knows about Rae’s mental health or her body image issues, instead Rae tells her she has spent the past couple of months in France. She keeps her secret bottled up while trying to make new friends and falling in love for the first time.

Cast: Sharon Rooney, Claire Rushbrook, Ian Hart, Nico Mirallegro, Jodie Comer, Dan Cohen, Jordan Murphy, Ciara Baxendale
Episode Order: 3 Seasons, 16 episodes in total
Running Time: 45 minutes

I was undetermined whether I would like it or not in the beginning. The accents are quite heavy and that can be so distracting sometimes, also, Rae is absolutely sex-crazy – which is both, hilarious and weird. However, the show completely won me over by treating serious topics with the kind of humour and wit that doesn’t ridicule the subject, but gets the point across to a broad audience. It treats mental illness with respect and that just makes you feel with the characters all the more.
Rae as a protagonist is just so authentic and so are her friends. Not all of them are supermodels, but all of them do have their very own quirks and flaws. In the end it is about friendship, family, facing problems head on and more importantly, about self-acceptance.

I for one laughed and cried and had butterflies in my stomach while watching this show. If you haven’t ever seen it before, I don’t want to tell you who Rae truly belongs with, that would ruin part of the journey. Just thinking about that person makes me swoon already though. However, I do urge you to check it out and give it a try for at least a couple of episodes!

So, this was a little throwback more for me than for you and I am off to watch some ship-related YouTube videos now. Tell me if you’ve ever heard of the show and if you’ve watched it in the comments!

T5W – Least Favorite Book in My Favorite Series


It’s Top 5 Wednesday, a meme hosted by booktuber Lainey aka gingereadslainey for which you can join on the Goodreads page here. Today is all about that one book in the series that just didn’t feel right. Maybe it was too long, maybe the story didn’t develop right or maybe nothing happened at all. Let’s see which ones were the black sheep in the series for me!

The Magicians from The Magicians

Okay, labeling this series as one of my favourites is a little weird. However, it did stick with me and I still come to think of parts of it every now and then. The TV show probably helps with that I guess. That first book in the series though … I swear, if I hadn’t bought the whole book box, I am not sure I would have wanted to continue with it. The other books were way better though and I came to weirdly appreciate some of the characters. Eliot remains to be my favourite though.

Lola and the Boy Next Door from Anna and the French Kiss

Lola … sure, Cricket was a darling, but Lola was annoying me so much. I get that she is eccentric and didn’t want to hide who she truly is and I would never discourage anyone from doing that, but there is such a thing as too much. And unfortunately, her personality was just that for me at times. Nonetheless, I LOVE that series and her book too. Just not as much as the others. How couldn’t I love something set in San Francisco?

Glass Sword from Red Queen

Ugh, that book was a headache. I was so in love with Red Queen and in comparison this book was just a struggle. Which I don’t understand! Why did it drag so much? Why was it so repetitive? And I stand by the opinion that a map would have maybe made this book better. Just saying! But I haven’t read the whole series yet, so I am still hoping that the others are better.

Kingdom of the Golden Dragon from Eagle and Jaguar

Im Reich des Goldenen Drachen (Eagle and Jaguar, #2)

Oh my stars, did I love this series! Couldn’t get enough of the first book and then Kingdom of the Golden Dragon was presented to me. There was a cover change, my suspicions immediately grew. What was this madness? Then I read the book and I still enjoyed it, but there was a new but temporary POV and it took up way too much page time. Would have loved to stick with the main characters instead. And I depicted the German cover here, just so you know why I was put off a little …

Inkblood from Inkworld

Apparently I have a thing against second books. It’s just that Inkheart was nearly perfectand Inkblood made things unnecessarily weird and complicated in some parts. I was of course happy that the story continued, but let’s just say it wasn’t as good as the first book, especially due to the torture of my beloved Dustfinger, which should be forbidden anyway.


I didn’t mention any of my favourite series such as The Infernal Devices, Red Rising or Shatter Me, simply because I couldn’t decide which book I liked the least. Yes, that can happen! They’ve just become one big glob of awesomeness in my heart! Which books were your least favourite in a series? Tell me all about it!

Top Ten Tuesday: My Most Recent 5 Star Reads


I haven’t done a Top Ten Tuesday post in what feels like forever, so it was definitely time to get back to it again! TTT is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish, if you want to know more about it, you can just click on the name! And what better topic to come back to, than one where I can gush about all my recent favourite reads. Here’s the official theme for this week:

10 Of My Most Recent 5 Star Reads (Or Ten Of The Best Books I’ve Read Recently if you don’t 5 star stuff…or you could do 5 of my latest five star reads & five of my most disappointing or 1 star reads)

Just for your info, I am going to go on Goodreads and simply go with the last ten books that received 5 stars. Some of them may have gotten something between 4.5-4.9 though. I am not going to be that harsh about only picking true 5 star books!

1. Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

24926015Right the first one is a book that actually got 4.5 stars from me, but that’s totally okay. Simon vs. was an amazing book and such a fun and fuzzy and warm read! NO REGRETS!

2. The entire Red Rising Trilogy

26818907I don’t have to explain that, right? I AM OBSESSED WITH THIS SERIES! I am still not over half of what happened and reading the final book, it just gave me the worst book hangover ever BUT WHILE READING! I couldn’t bring myself to finish it. I didn’t want it to end and I cried and I was angry and just generally had ALL THE FEELS! Enough caps? I think I got my point across. Just read those books already!

3. Ten Thousand Skies Above You

25348875Ten Thousand Skies Above You was definitely a book I loved reading, but looking back, I am not sure it really deserved those full 5 stars. I think I had to give them though, because I gave the first part in the Firebird series 4.5 stars and I definitely liked this one better. So, naturally, I had to give it more stars as well.

4. Lock & Mori

Lock & Mori (Lock & Mori, #1)Having the whole Sherlock universe in a teenage version made me incredibly happy. They weren’t yet as refined and deductive as their grown-up counterparts, but this story was so much fun to read nonetheless! Mori is an amazing character and I loved seeing the beginning of her twisted nature. (rating: 4.5 stars)

5. Carry On

Carry OnSIMON AND BAZ! Oh my heart, it is bound to burst! I just love all (well, most) of the characters in this book to bits! I adore them! Whenever I am singing a song now, I can’t help but wonder if it would work as a spell. (rating: 5 stars)

6. Did I Mention I Love You?

Did I Mention I Love You? (The DIMILY Trilogy, #1)Okay, totally forgot that this book would be on the list! But yay! I liked it so much, probably because it mentioned like a gazillion places I have actually been to or love and that sort of always makes a book special. Don’t you agree? (rating: 4.5 stars)

7. A Court of Thorns and Roses

A Court of Thorns and Roses (A Court of Thorns and Roses, #1)Fairy tale retellings are my jam! I am so happy this book didn’t have a massive cliffhanger like so many other series do now, but it still managed to make me yearn for the next book in the series. A Court of Mist and Fury can’t come fast enough! (rating: 4.5 stars)

8. The Martian

The MartianRemember how I couldn’t shut up about this book? Well, there is a reason! IT’S JUST THAT GOOD! I laughed and I was at the edge of my seat and I felt like I was reading something really smart and as if I were educating myself … you know, in case I ever got stranded on a planet where nothing grows. (rating: 5 stars)

9. City of Heavenly Fire

City of Heavenly Fire (The Mortal Instruments, #6)Too bad I read this after Clockwork Princess, because then it would have made it’s way onto this list, but what can you do? I love everything Cassandra Clare does and I am so happy she invented the Shadowhunter world. I am beyond giddy, if not a little scared as well, to read Lady Midnight soon. I haven’t read any reviews and I don’t want to know what’s going to happen, but I have a feeling that my heart is going to be broken. (rating: 5 stars)

10. My Heart and Other Black Holes

My Heart and Other Black HolesI remember the sadness and hope that was accompanied with this read. Somehow I have the feeling that My Heart and Other Black Holes doesn’t get nearly enough attention as it should. Either way, it was a great debut and I am expecting great things from Warga in the future! (rating: 5 stars)

In hindsight, I don’t think there were all that many true 5 star books in this list. Weird! Makes me wonder if my standards are too high … Which books are on your list? Don’t be shy and leave a link in the comments below!

500 Followers + GIVEAWAY


IT’S HAPPENED! You crazy people have made it to 500 Followers on WordPress for Life and Other Disasters and I couldn’t be more grateful and happy and giddy and excited! YOU are the people who make this blogging experience so much fun and worthwhile. I can’t believe I have been doing this for almost three years now and I am nowhere near wanting to stop! It is surreal to me that so many people are reading my blog and apparently really care about what I have to say. I might not post every day, because ugh … adult life is getting in the way, but I still feel so much joy whenever I log on here. You are the people I can share my passions with and there is always someone willing to gush with me over my latest obsession. Basically, what I want to say is THANK YOU! ❤

Now, I do want to give something back to you as well! I’ve cooped up a little Giveaway.


I will be giving away the following books:

  • 1 copy of Nowhere But Here by Katie McGarry (with the cover shown above). This giveaway is open internationally.
  • 10 copies of Kindred Spirits by Rainbow Rowell. This giveaway is open to EU citizens only!
  • 5 copies of Kindred Spirits by Rainbow Rowell. This giveway is open internationally.

Giveaway Rules

The giveaways runs from March 28 until April 5. Just click on the links below to enter a certain giveaway. Here are a few guidelines:

  • You must be 18 or older or have the permission of your parents to give me personal details such as your name and address. This data will be used confidentially and won’t be shared with anyone.
  • The winners will be picked randomly and will have 48h to respond or another person will be chosen.
  • All entries have to be valid (and are going to be checked), otherwise the person will be disqualified from the giveaway.
  • Life and Other Disasters is not responsible for any lost or damaged goods.
  • If you are an EU citizen, please only enter in the EU giveaway for Kindred Spirits to give others a chance to win the international copies!

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Kindred Spirits Giveaway (EU Only)
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I hope you like the books I selected! And again, thank you for being awesome!

Trailers You Might Have Missed … (March 21-27)


HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE! It is super late here, but I am determined to get this post out. How else would you know about all the awesome movies and shows or not so awesome stuff in some cases? Here’s what I found this week!


War Dogs

It looks hilarious and dumb and scary and it freaks me out that this is based on a real story – like it has me terrified! What’s wrong with people? However, I can never resist a movie with Miles Teller, that should be a given!

Bridget Jones’ s Baby

I am a little disappointed. It’s way different than the book by now, which is okay I guess. BUT WHAT ARE THEY THINKING? It may sound a little mean, but they are way out of the age where it’s funny that she doesn’t know who the father is. Also, it better be Darcy’s!


I don’t know, looks like a fun RomCom

Love & Friendship

Not sure … maybe I’d watch it on a rainy day at home, but probably never in cinemas.

Pélé: Birth of a Legend

I am not really into this, but my main question is, what’s up with all these biodramas? They are becoming a real trend!

All the Way

Bryan Cranston never ceases to amaze me with his versatility, even when I am not interested in the content of the movie.

TV Shows

Supergirl – The Flash – Crossover

I LOVE IT!!! It looks hilarious and knowing how much effort has to go into a crossover among different channels, even if they are from the same TV family, is astonishing. I can’t wait to watch it! And the references to CW! OMG! I’m laughing so hard over here!

Game of Thrones

Not much new material here, but I AM SO EXCITED for the shows return!

What would you watch? Are you excited for some of those movies/shows? Tell me all about it!

A Gathering of Shadows by V.E. Schwab (Book Review)

agosFour months have passed since the shadow stone fell into Kell’s possession. Four months since his path crossed with Delilah Bard. Four months since Rhy was wounded and the Dane twins fell, and the stone was cast with Holland’s dying body through the rift, and into Black London.
In many ways, things have almost returned to normal, though Rhy is more sober, and Kell is now plagued by his guilt. Restless, and having given up smuggling, Kell is visited by dreams of ominous magical events, waking only to think of Lila, who disappeared from the docks like she always meant to do. As Red London finalizes preparations for the Element Games—an extravagant international competition of magic, meant to entertain and keep healthy the ties between neighboring countries—a certain pirate ship draws closer, carrying old friends back into port.
But while Red London is caught up in the pageantry and thrills of the Games, another London is coming back to life, and those who were thought to be forever gone have returned. After all, a shadow that was gone in the night reappears in the morning, and so it seems Black London has risen again—meaning that another London must fall.

Publisher: Titan Books
Page Count:

A Gathering of Shadows is the second book in the Shades of Magic series by V.E. Schwab. I have not written a review for the first book (A Darker Shade of Magic), so I can’t really refer you to an older post to check it out. However, I do not recommend you read this review if you haven’t read the first book yet.

I am one of the very few people who didn’t love ADSOM. I know, shocking! I just didn’t find it as engaging as many others did, but I am happy to say that I enjoyed AGOS more! I still don’t think I will ever love this series as much as some other fans, but I definitely felt more involved this time around.

Lila is a really badass girl and her POV definitely proved that, but I enjoyed Kell and Rhy’s perspectives more (as well as the one of a certain new King in White London). The new bond, that goes far beyond the brotherly one they had before is just so complicated and I love it. Neither of their lives is truly their own anymore and it is heartbreaking to see the consequences of that. It’s the push and pull of what it means to be family, but also to have the responsibility of a whole kingdom – I just loved it! Throwing charismatic Alucard in the mix was the final blow to my feels! Everyone grew so much on me during the course of these 500 pages.

I still don’t know why it didn’t exactly click with me 100% though. I am going to try and put it in words, but bear with me in hopes that I don’t just ramble on. While Schwab‘s world-building is super intriguing, I can’t help but feel like everything is really slow and not a lot is happening, at least in the first half of the book. If you think about it, the story technically covers 4 months, but it takes forever until the paths of our main characters intertwine again. It could be that I am just an incredibly impatient person and that whenever I want something to happen, I want it to happen NOW, which of course doesn’t always make for a good story.

Also, the Essen Tasch – The Element Games – were made out to be such an important part of the story for example and they truly were exhilarating once they happened, but they didn’t even occupy a third of the book. Maybe the way they played out was exactly what made this book different from others, but I couldn’t help but feel like we were shown more of the characters reminiscing about events from the past than really living in the now and dealing with what’s happening. Especially a healthy balance with the aftermath of Black London wasn’t really existing.

Now, ADSOM didn’t answer all the questions back in the day, but it sort of ended on a note where you could live with not having the next book right away. It didn’t have a happily ever after ending, but it had a conclusion just as messy as life itself. AGOS is a whole other thing though! The entire story for the next book was set up before your eyes and then you were just left with torturous feeling of not-knowing. It’s terrible! I wanted to throw the book against a wall!

I realise that I’ve sounded less than happy in some parts of this review, but don’t be fooled, I really enjoyed reading AGOS! The character development was what made up for the shortcomings in other departments. We now have a deeper understanding of our heroes and villains and I am sure that we will profit from that once we get to the final installment!

Fazit: 4/5 stars! I need to have the next book – NOW!


Have you read this series? Are you interested in checking it out? Who do you like best in the books?

T5W – Books You DNF (Yet)


It’s Top 5 Wednesday, a meme hosted by booktuber Lainey aka gingereadslainey for which you can join on the Goodreads page here. This week is about books we DNF, but since that’s such a sad message, I am going for books that I haven’t finished yet instead. So, maybe I will continue reading those books one day, maybe not.

Winter’s Tale

I’ve mentioned it before … the writing! Very detailed, very metaphor-y and nothing much happens. I just couldn’t deal with it. But I still have the hope that one day I will be ready for that book.

Testament of Youth

I LOVE THAT MOVIE TO BITS! It’s one of my favourite war-time movies. So beautiful and simple, yet effective. I started the book and it is intense and SO much more than the movie. Those are real memoirs and somehow I haven’t been in the proper mood for that.

A Dance With Dragons

So, yeah … I kind of lost interest in reading the books when I got to the fifth and barely any characters I liked were in it. Also, I wasn’t really into having to wait years for the sequel. Maybe I’ll finally finish it when the next book comes out. Whenever that may be!

Breakfast at Tiffany’s

This isn’t even very long, it’s more like a little novella, but somehow I still haven’t finished it yet. The story kind of confuses me, which is weird, because it’s so short.

Jane Eyre

It took so long until Mr. Rochester finally appeared and then I got bored and watched the movie adaptation with Michael Fassbender instead. Yeah, that’s just me having troubles with classics …

What are some book you DNF or at least not yet? Tell me all about it and leave a link to your T5W if you want to!

Trailers You Might Have Missed … (March 14-20)


Some weeks I really struggle to find anything interesting, well THIS WEEK WAS FAR FROM THAT! So many new trailers came out, even if a lot of them were for movies that already had trailers, I am excited about most of them. Let’s get this started!


Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Does it look awesome? Definitely! Does it look anything like the book? Not really?
Ransom is cool with the changes they made, so I am definitely going to sit here and start complaining without having seen the actual movie BUT I just want to throw it out there in order to make sure that everyone who hasn’t read it knows that’s mostly not what’s happening in the books.

Now You See Me 2


X-Men: Apocalypse

I am so afraid of that movie. I am scared it’s going to be really heart crushing. What’s up with all the negativity towards this movie? I think it looks super intense. When the bombs go up and the music starts – oh my!

The Legend of Tarzan

That definitely isn’t the Tarzan version I grew up with, but I am sort of intrigued. Whenever I watch it, I can’t help but wish for the Phil Collins songs to start playing in the background. And was that Vandal Savage at 1.35? Uuuuh! (Definitely me paying attention to the wrong things)

Central Intelligence

It might be funny. I said might!


It’s so adorable!


I am not really into these sort of historic films, but maybe one of you is. I am just going to leave this here.


Interesting cast! I am not sure how I feel about Jude Law with that accent though.

Jane Wants a Boyfriend

I love both, Amir Arison and Eliza Dushku, so, even if they aren’t even the main characters, I want to watch that movie.

Sausage Party

Please, be aware that this is definitely not for children hahaha

TV Shows

Orphan Black Season 4

I don’t even know what to say about this show anymore.

The A Word

It’s Eccleston and that’s the main reason I even watched that promo … but it’s actually an interesting topic! I am just not sure that’s my kind of show.

Good Behavior

It’s Michelle Dockery! I am not used to seeing her in modern day life and without her air of aristocracy.

As always, what do you want to watch? What’s your kind of movie or show? Let me read all about it in the comments!

The Bohemian Rhapsody Book Tag!


So, I really kept you on your toes with reviews lately and therefore thought it was time for a tag again! Charleigh @Charleigh’s Book Nook was kind enough to tag me for The Bohemian Rhapsody Book Tag and I am super excited because it is one of my favourite Queen or general songs ever! Aaaaand, I always have to think of this (which never fails to put a smile on my face):

But now it’s time to get serious and to get to those questions!!!

1. Mama, just killed a man – A fictional character’s death that really upset you?

I just watched Black Sails and I am really upset about someone dying on there … but we are talking about books! This is a little difficult to do without spoiling anyone I just realised. Hmmm … so let’s just say I was way more upset about a certain death in Morning Star than I thought I would be. There was more than one that tore at my heart, but there was a special one that had me really crying.

2. Carry on, carry on – Pick a book that was hard to keep reading but was worth it in the end?

Can I pick a whole series? Because I definitely don’t think that The Magicians (as in the first book) is all that great, but the series as a whole just sort of stuck with me.

3. Sends shivers down my spine – pick a book with a beautiful spine/cover?

I am going to go and steal Charleigh’s answer on that one! LADY MIDNIGHT! It’s just so gorgeous and I can’t wait to read it with Cátia and Cristina in the near future! Also, we have the copies that have the rune on the spine and I am so happy that it’s not the angelic rune, but instead the parabatai one! The angelic one is just so overused and a little boring now, but the parabatai one is SO PRETTY!


4. Goodbye everybody, I’ve got to go – A book that you couldn’t finish?

I am sorry to say that I never finished Winter’s Tale and I am not even attempting to do so in the future anymore. The writing just wasn’t for me, even though I know the story is beautiful. It’s a pity.

5. Thunderbolt and lightning, very, very frightening – which book did you find very, very frightening?

I don’t really read books that frighten me. I don’t like to feel that way … so, I don’t really know how to answer that. I guess the pictures in the Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children series are creepy though? And I thought the sketch of the Hollows looked quite scary too?

6. Bismillah, no! We will not let you go – which book/series do you wish there had been more of?

Going with a very recent read here, Kindred Spirits! It’s not like the story needed more, but I would have really liked to see it expanded.

7. Mamma mia, mamma mia – which book/series should be made into a musical?

Ha, interesting question! And a tricky one, too! I don’t even know! I tried to think of books that may already feature music in them, but I barely read anything like that apparently. Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist maybe? But it’d be an Indie Rock Musical!

8. The head banging bit – Which book made you face-palm?

I actually liked the message behind The DUFF, but Bianca’s voice – ugh! It wasn’t always easy … let’s keep it at that.

9. Oh baby, can’t do this to me, baby – pick a moment from a book where you felt like the author was being mean to you?

I am going to have to use a book I already used in this tag, but whatever. There were a couple moments in Morning Star that I am not going to repeat because I obviously don’t want to give them away, but it felt like Pierce Brown wanted to make a point there. Like to prove that he could do it.

10. Nothing really matters to me – which character/s did you not care about?

America and Eadlyn from the Selection series. Sorry, but America was annoying and Eadlyn is just a bad person, but I will still read the last book in the series …


I Tag:

WHOEVER WANTS TO! I am sorry, but I am a little tired right now. I’ll put more effort in tagging specific people next time – I promise!