5 out of 5 Stakes!
Wow this book is so awesome. Read it so quick just because it’s so great.
Everything I love about these types of books is in here. Futuristic stuff and dystopian and it’s ya. Now with the future memories and arresting people before the crime happens does remind me of a movie I own and love Minoirty Report. In this book people get future memories when they are 17 that is suppose to lead them in their life. Now some are great and help out wonderfully. But some show them that in the future they do some criminal stuff. However instead of helping them change what they see, they arrest them without a need for help. For Callie it changes her whole world, because she see’s herself killing her 6 year old sister. Callie doesn’t believe she will ever do this. She runs off with the memory chip only to realize it’s best to turn herself in. Just because she doesn’t want that memory to come true. But as the government tries to find out what her memory is, she tries to change it. Because she finds out turning herself in may not have been so wise. She realizes some people have psychic abilities and the government scientists want those with that ability. Only Logan who knew Callie once can help her in changing the future.
So many things go on that you are shipping Logan and Callie and at the same time wanting to know more about the future memories. This book is a page turner, at least for me it is. Because you have these characters that are going against the present time and yet the future and trying to change the ripples so that memory doesn’t come true for some.
5 out of 5 stakes!
What a wonderful book. I read it so fast. I really didn’t want to put it down. So many things happen in this book. I know the author said this is the last but wow I want another.
Lara Jean is going through the motions of senior year. Waiting to hear back from the college of her choice and being with Peter.
Everyone truly grows up in this book. I found myself thinking okay I truly like Peter a lot better in this book.
Peter shows how he really does love Lara Jean. I don’t want to say how or what he does, because for me it’s a few things. Also we see how Margot feels a little bit left out with her father’s new girlfriend. And how everyone gets along with her. Kitty really has a hand in that.
When Lara Jean feels everything isn’t going to according to plan she kind of freaks out a little. But things kind of take a great turn and looks to be a nice out come for her.
I wish there was other books about the other characters.. Like to get Peter’s point of view throughout all three books. Even more of Margot’s story.
4 out of 5 stakes!
I very much enjoyed this wonderful book. I like how one last letter found the person it was meant to find. John. This book shows that it really is a small circle of how many things come together full circle. Because Lara Jean see’s John again and you are like oh man why couldn’t you have been around in the first book more.
But I get it, their time will come I’m sure. Lara Jean I feel gets tested in a lot of ways with the past and Peter.
Because Genevieve keeps getting in the damn way. Ha there I said it. Genevieve causes most of the fights between Peter and Lara Jean. And Lara Jean questions herself and her realationship because of what Peter had/has with Genevieve.
But when everyone meets up again for a time capsule that was buried old feelings resurface. I can’t tell you what happens in the end but it is pretty good. I will say this through out the book Peter really annoyed me. ha.
By the end when I learned everything, I understood it. But still didn’t like his reasons. I’m already reading book 3.
5 out of 5 stakes!
Wow lots happened in this book. Anna really changes in the way of her thinking. She starts off as party girl Anna to keep up her bad girl appearance. Just to keep the spirits and Dukes off her back.
But all she really wants is Kai back.
So when her father sends her on a mission to band together all the Neph’s she finally gets her wish to see him. But it won’t be so easy as that, they have to break down their walls and hide from everyone. Kopano comes along with Anna to find others who want to help out in secret when the time comes.
But it really all comes down to who everyone can trust? Feelings get in the way… I kept thinking come on Kai just try and let your guard down. Please get with Anna.
Waiting for the next book to come in from the library.
4 out of 5 stakes!
Anna is funny. This book kind of shows what kind of person she really is. We get to see how she deals with her fame or really She feels she isn’t really famous like some. She spoke little of her time making Pitch Perfect. Anna also talked about what it was like making the Twilight series and how no one really remembers she is in it. Also talked about growing up and how she got an agent at a young age and started on Broadway. Which is her favorite by the way. I feel she told so much but at the same time so little. I only gave this book a 4 out of 5 stars because I feel it was all over the place. Not really in order. But that’s cool, still a good read.
From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore girls, and Everything in between.
5 out of 5 stakes!
Lauren is so awesome. I’m not going to lie I read this book so quick and read it as if Lorelai Gilmore was reading it. Lauren’s stories of her jobs and the before she made it were great. Showed she really wanted to make it as an actress. She talked about her movie roles some and the different acts she calls them.
She even watched all the episodes of the Gilmore Girls and gave commentary on each season and what the episode meant or she was thinking. It was really nice to hear that she did get a long with everyone on the cast. I thought it was funny how she mentions some of the ways she would avoid answering the dating questions. Oh man and the advice she gives as OLJ that is awesome. It did make me think about things with technology. And she is hilarious telling us the secrets to dieting.
She even talks about Parenthood another great show. And how the cast got along and it never felt like work.
And how she started dating Peter.
Lauren talked about reuniting with Gilmore Girls and kept a diary. Now you know I watched that a year in the life that day it came out… And yes Lauren that was a cliffhanger we need more. Or at least I need and want more. Pick this book up its fun and quick.
5 out of 5 Stakes!
This book… Wow it is incredible. I mean you will not be disappointed at all. The characters are so awesome and you feel for all of them in some way. With Mallory’s character we learn pretty quickly that she has had a hard childhood and I do mean hard. Which forces her to be who she is and not who she could be or what she wants to be. The level of abuse she she see’s and goes through is so sad. Mallory becomes so quiet and doesn’t like to talk with anyone or do anything with lots of people. Mallory decides that for her senior year of high school she will try public school. Her foster parents who took her in are a little worried but are behind her.
When she runs into someone from her past that went through the same childhood and protected her as much as he could shows up in her class. Its like wow… Rider however still lives in the guilt past that he couldn’t protect Mallory. Rider was never told he matters and doesn’t take anything serious. No matter how much Mallory tells him he matters. And until something devastating happens neither one realizes what the other really feels. I spent my time saying Come on Rider… Or aww damn Mallory you are cool.
5 out of 5 stakes!
Wow this book is amazing. I love how it’s placed in the future. This book is how I would like things to go as far as having an underground facility. I mean picture it something happens to Earth where you have a chance to save people. But the catch is to be frozen and woken up in the future. But for Avalon leaving her friends and her father behind is hard for her. Avalon wakes up and quickly becomes friends with Ilium, a nice med guy. However she finds a hologram message from her father not to trust anyone. As things start to unravel inside the place Avalon realizes things aren’t really as they seem. People mysteriously goes missing and die. But it’s all being covered up. Just when I thought I had it all figured out, a big twist comes into play. Please hurry with the second book. Love this book so much.
My review for Project Pandora (Assassin Fall #1)
By Aden Polydoros
5 out of 5 stakes!
Wow and I do mean wow. This book goes there with the government. I was reading this thinking oh my goodness what if? Crazy to really stop and think about it though. I love this book and want to know what happens next. Tyler is standing in the kitchen kind of in a daze with a gun in his hand. He doesn’t know why or how he got there. Then he realizes he has blood on him. Tyler thinks wait he can’t be I didn’t shoot someone? I should be at school, why am I here?? We meet Hades who seems to love killing people for fun and doesn’t realize he has been brainwashed to do so. Hades is the only guy who knows he is doing this. Tyler tries to stop himself when he realizes something isn’t right, and he knows it’s all connected to his burner phone that he doesn’t remember getting. Tyler meets Shannon and feels a connection to her. But doesn’t realize that they already know each other in another way. Can Tyler figure out how and why Shannon and him know each other before it’s to late? See in this book they are taking foster kids and making them into whatever they want with brainwashing and other means. Pick this book up if you are curious, I was and I love it.
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About the book:
Project Pandora (Assassin Fall #1) by Aden Polydoros Publication Date: August 1, 2017 Publisher: Entangled Teen Tyler Bennett trusts no one. Just another foster kid bounced from home to home, he’s learned that lesson the hard way. Cue world’s tiniest violin. But when strange things start happening—waking up with bloody knuckles and no memory of the night before or the burner phone he can’t let out of his sight— Tyler starts to wonder if he can even trust himself. Even stranger, the girl he’s falling for has a burner phone just like his. Finding out what’s really happening only leads to more questions…questions that could get them both killed. It’s not like someone’s kidnapping teens lost in the system and brainwashing them to be assassins or anything, right? And what happens to rogue assets who defy control? In a race against the clock, they’ll have to uncover the truth behind Project Pandora and take it down—before they’re reactivated. Good thing the program spent millions training them to kick ass…
Aden Polydoros grew up in Long Grove, Illinois, the youngest of three children. Aden’s family moved to Arizona when he was in second grade. As a kid, he spent much of his time exploring the desert near his home. When he wasn’t searching for snakes and lizards, he was raiding the bookshelves of the local library. As a teenager, Aden decided that he wanted to be a writer. He spent his free time writing short stories. He was encouraged by his English teacher to try his hand at writing a novel, which inspired him to begin PROJECT PANDORA. The YA thriller is set for publication with Entangled Publishing in Summer of 2017. He is represented by Mallory Brown of Triada US.
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