Sunday, January 1, 2012

Boook Blog (Firsts)

Okay. It's 3 o'clock in the morning,and everybody's still asleep.I tried browsing through facebook and saw Chachic's Book Nook's 2011 favorites. Yes, I have developed passion in reading and writing since I can remember (But I guess Archie Andrews was really the root cause of it all), yet I never tried to blog a single review of the books I've read (except in high school), so here I am in, inspired by the site and  Chachic's Book Nook to start Book Blogging! One of the probable reasons why I haven't done it is maybe because I felt afraid I wouldn't give justice as to how that particular book should be reviewed,yet I'm gonna try now!LOL. And don't worry,I don't give out spoilers *wink*

These books would be 5 of the books I've read the year 2011,in which I've picked  randomly:

1. Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

I've been hearing good reviews about this book a LOT yet I put it in my TBR list just because I thought it's the usual YA story,in which of course,after reading it, I realized how wrong I was!And I have always loved Paris!

2. Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins

Fan much?? I loooove Steph and her books! Anna and Lola made me feel like a teenager again. Though of course, each book is different from the other, I like them because they are like a breath of fresh air getting all gooey inside with scenes that you would really be able to relate to. I hope to meet my own Cricket this year <3

3. The Single Girl's To-Do List by Lindsey Kelk

The genre's that I actually read are usually YA's and Chiclit. And since Shopaholic, I never thought I'd find another good read that would make me enjoy,but this book did!

4. Incarceron by Catherine Fisher

This, I can say is an interesting read. A combination of old and new worlds and yet,you wouldn't really know who's who.Sapphique,it's seconcd book is already on my TBR.

5. Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor

This book is beautifully written,and has the perfect spices that you'd want. What I like the most is that the heroine is kick-ass,and there's a different twist that you wouldn't expect.

So there.Hopefully and it's part of my New Year's resolution, to be able to review and blog about the books I have read so that I can share it with you guys.Ta-ta for now!


  1. STEPHENIE PERKINS IS AMAZING!! I LOVED Anna and the French Kiss and Lola! I can't wait for Isla and the Happily Ever After xD

  2. I totally agree! :) Ever since I've read Anna and the French Kiss, I've looked forward to the next book that Steph will write! :)