INNAH'S BOOK LIFE

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Releasing the Demons (The Order of the Senary #1) – L.D. Rose [BOOK REVIEW]

Releasing the Demons - L D Rose

View my review on my website.

 

This might be one of the best vampire books I have read. The story behind it is different than any other vampire books I've read before. 
When you combine vampires and humans with superpower abilities - you get the hybrids that are in this book. 

There are six ''brothers'' who are vampire hybrids and they all have different abilities.
This book focuses on Blaze, who went through seven months of hell. 
His tattoos can't cover the scars he will have for life. But meeting the love of his life might make his burden weigh less - or will it?

This is a story that will bring you on the edge and make you bite your nails constantly - but it is definitely worth reading it!

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Releasing the Demons (The Order of the Senary #1) – L.D. Rose [BOOK REVIEW]

Releasing the Demons - L D Rose

View my review on my website.

 

This might be one of the best vampire books I have read. The story behind it is different than any other vampire books I've read before. 
When you combine vampires and humans with superpower abilities - you get the hybrids that are in this book. 

There are six ''brothers'' who are vampire hybrids and they all have different abilities.
This book focuses on Blaze, who went through seven months of hell. 
His tattoos can't cover the scars he will have for life. But meeting the love of his life might make his burden weigh less - or will it?

This is a story that will bring you on the edge and make you bite your nails constantly - but it is definitely worth reading it!

"Don't be afraid of death, little girl. Be afraid of an unlived life."

Tuck Everlasting

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“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.” - Charles William Eliot

 

 

 

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SO, SO TRUE !!!

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"When you lend someone some books, you get them back. Except the ones you really want to keep."

Marphy's law

So true!
So true!
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Some very good writing advice here. Writer, blogger, so on, pay heed.

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"Everyone has suffered more than you know."

A Step of Faith, by Richard Paul Evans

"“Be faithful to that which exists within yourself.”
— Andre Gide (via thingsandschemes)
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Sparkly fun with hidden kick

Be Careful What You Wish For - Alexandra Potter

I surprised myself by loving this one. After all, who hasn't wondered what would happen if all their dreams came true? Here, Heather finds out how everything that glitters most surely isn't gold, and her journey of self-discovery is both light-hearted and occasionally thoughtful - a combination I very much enjoyed.

 

I also thought the scenes involving her dangerously-ill beloved father were just soul-punchingly good, and Potter must be recommended for describing so realistically what the dread of someone you love dying is like. I actually had to put the book down for a while and go away as I was crying so much - even though I knew in the end all would be well.

 

Maybe the ending is just a little too perfect, but heck I'm not complaining, and I'm glad Heather found the life that was right for her. Good stuff.

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Galileo quote
Galileo quote

Great tattoo!

 

"I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night."

 

-- Galileo

 
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30 Day Book Challenge - Day 1 - BEST BOOK YOU READ LAST YEAR - ,,Elsewhere'' - Gabrielle Zevin

                                                    

 

This is a book I got as my birthday present. I didn't want to read it at first, but when I was bored and didn't know what to do, it was my only solution to fight with boredom. I couldn't close it before it was finished. Wonderful book, full with unusual awesome things, written in a way you simple eager for more. This is my best book choise for 2012.