#23 - ‘Witch Eyes’ by Scott Tracey. Pretty awful cover, but the book itself wasn’t so bad. It wasn’t GREAT, but, you know. Fairly standard ‘paranormal romance’ type book, but with a gay witch as the lead character which was a nice change, so I’ll probably check out the sequel.
Plus, I appreciated the random Dark Phoenix/Emma Frost reference, and the Cyclops mention. Love me some X-men!
Flu shot time at work, although after reading Divergent, I’m not sure I want someone injecting me with something..
#22 - ‘Divergent’ by Veronica Roth. Been aware of this one for a while, but wasn’t going to read it because I didn’t really need ANOTHER Hunger Games-esque book in my life, but that damn $2.50 sale had it there so I figured, who am I to resist it, huh?? Glad I did, because I think I liked it more than HG. Actually got more of a Harry Potter vibe to be honest, what with the different factions. Pretty sure I’d end up in Amity, even though both online quizzes I took sorted me into Erudite, which, hm..
#21 - ‘Every You, Every Me’ by David Levithan. And the $2.50 sale redeems itself! Although, it’s David Levithan, so I was never NOT going to like it. Even if this was written a little strangely, what with the frequent crossed out words, sentences, paragraphs etc.. Still, it was easy to read in a couple of sittings and I liked the photography aspect of it!
From Walker Books: The covers for new editions of the Chaos Walking trilogy by Patrick Ness, out in the UK next month. Each have an additional short story, including The New World and two brand new stories, The Wide Wide Sea and Snowscape