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Summer is the time to catch up on reading. I'm guilty for neglecting lots reading for the entire summer so i pretty much have no excuse when it comes to summer time. I'm trying to read 4 books (one for each month) and continue reading a book a month when I'm in school (which will be difficult for me I'm not kidding when I say I have no time at school. But reading was something I had to sacrifice when I took on more responsibility (and got a Netflix account) so now I'm grateful I'm going back with my reading roots this summer.
Pawn by Aimee Carter
This book was sent to me from the Harlequin Teen panel at the beginning of summer, and read it in like 3 days! It was a great way to kick off the beginning of summer, and is really an amazing book! I recommend it to everyone. Aimee carter is really an amazing writer and if you've read the Goddess Test series you would know. If your considering it buy it through my affiliate link here. (proceeds go to supporting my blog and giveaways)
It reminds me a bit of Airhead by Meg Cabot but with a more dystopian setting, still amazing though.
So yeah I was super satisfied with this book
Perfect Scoundrels By Ally Carter
Perfect scoundrels is a book that has been on my list for quite a while. It's the 3rd book to the Heist society series and I'm pretty sure it actually came out last summer and I just never got around to it (story of my life when it comes to books.) Anyway it was a great story and I loved it. If your unfamiliar with the Heist society series it's about a girl and her friends (plus a hunky billionaire love interest) who are thieves and travel around the world, but instead of being actual thieves they re-steal stolen things (art, jewels, whatever) and return them to their real owners.
Its kind of like Kim possible but more bad ass and in book form. I also definitely recommend reading these.
Clockwork Princess By Cassandra Clare
Again the Clockwork Princess has been on my list for a while. I've always been a Mortal Instruments Fan, and therefore fell in love with the Infernal Devices as well. The Clockwork princess is the third and final book in the Infernal Devices trilogy, and It did a really good job continuing with and ending the series. If you haven't read a book by Cassie Clare get on it! I would prefer to start with The City of Bones (in the Mortal Instruments series) But either series can be read in whatever order.
Finishing this book just made me more excited to read the last book in the mortal instruments series The City of Heavenly Fire (see Below)
Light By Michael Grant
This book has possibly been on my to read list the longest and honestly the only reason I'm reading it now is because its the last book in the Gone Series. I think Light is the 6th book, but I started reading the first book when I was in 8th grade and now I'm a sophomore in college. I just feel like I need to finish this series now and see it to the end. It's a great series if you are in High School or like reading teen genres, but I feel like by the 6th book I've just been waiting too long for this series to finish.
Planning to read
So what have you been reading this summer? Have you read any of these? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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