Last summer I recieved an email from Barnes and Noble letting me know the top beach reads of 2013 and little blurbs about each book they listed. Upon reading the blurb for On the Island by Tracey Garvis Graves something (that disgusted me) stood out – the romantic relationship between a 30 year old and a 16 year old. I distinctly remember reading the blurb out loud to my Mom and saying uhhh gross. If anything the 14 year age gap interested me enough to read the reviews, I needed to see how Graves planned to write this without sickening the world to death. Had it not been for the outstanding reviews I would have been too repelled to read it. Continue reading “On the Island”
It’s official: I have hopped on The Mortal Instruments bandwagon. Though the series made its’ debut in 2007 I had only heard of the series about a year ago from a friend when I expressed interest upon seeing the trailer for the movie. At the time not much came of that interest as I was extremely busy moving into my first apartment several months prior. Ahhhh the sweet bliss of adult life and the empty wallet that accompanies it. Continue reading “The Mortal Instruments”
I was intrigued by this book initially because of my undying love for WWII. I would not go as far as to call myself a history buff but I am indeed completely taken aback by WWII. As I have several historical fiction books just waiting to take me on a new adventure I fear this is only the first review of many. I’m sorry
not sorry in advance!
Normally I buy ebooks via Barnes and Noble since I have a Nook HD but since I was given an iTunes gift card for christmas by my Mother I opted to purchase this as an audiobook. I had looked into getting a few audiobooks to listen to while I run on the treadmill at the gym anyway, so this was a perfect oppurtunity. I’m not sure about you but I get ridiculously bored on the treadmill, I start staggering a bit then my mind wanders. I have concluded that audiobooks are the BEST IDEA EVER – for me at least. Continue reading “Once We Were Brothers”