Monday, 17 March 2014

Book Review on: A Walk To Remember by Nicholas Sparks






A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks






i really liked this book, it was amazing really i could read it like 100 times it's not because it's a long book but on the short amount of pages Nicholas has succeded to make a perfect a little cliche-ish love story but it's so different from other love stories but at the same time almost the same

i would recommend it if: you like cliche love stories with a twist, if you love the movie (the book is better) or if you just want to read a short and sweet love story 

i gave it 4 out of 5 stars 

Tuesday, 11 February 2014

More Scheduled

Sry that i haven't posted anything in a long time just haven't had the time but now I’ve decided to make my blog a little more scheduled (starting tomorrow) 

So a typical week is going to look like this:

Monday: Book Review
Tuesday: Top Ten Tuesday
Wednesday: Weekly Wednesday
Thursday: Teaser Thursday
Friday: Free Friday
Saturday: Author Saturday
Sunday: Weekly Wrap-Up

Book Review: is of course a review on a book I have read

Top Ten Tuesday: is ten books I’ve read or I want to read (New theme each week)

Weekly Wednesday: is just something I come up with like 5 books that made me cry, 5 book heroes or something like that

Teaser Thursday: I take a book flip it open to a random page and write what stands on that page

Free Friday: i don't post anything it's my day off 

Author Saturday: I take a random author and write the best 3 books of him/her and a little review of each book

Weekly Wrap-Up: just a wrap up on the week 

i hope i can follow this schedule so there's a little more posts to look on and not just reviews 
review tomorrow so 

just hold on!

Thursday, 6 February 2014

Book Review Of: Daddy's Little Girl by Mary Higgins Clark





Daddy's Little Girl by Mary Higgins Clark 







I liked Daddy’s Little Girl it was not fantastic but I knew It wasn’t cause it’s a re-read for me
 This time I liked it more than the first time because the first time I read it I was 10 or so and at that point in life you don’t understand that much when it comes to this book because:
It’s so drawn-out and almost the same thing happens just with different persons several times in this book but at someplace it’s still good but it’s a kind a confusing book

I would recommend it to you if: you like crime and murder books with a desperate little girl whose life was destroyed by the murder of her sister and who can’t move on before the murderer is behind prison bars and is willing to risk her life to do it and if you like books where the same happens again and again just with different people


I gave it 2 out of 5 stars

Book Review Of: Dark Life (Dark Life #1) by Kat Falls












I really liked this book
I don’t know how to describe it not because it’s confusing but because it’s just so changing like at first he (Ty) meets Gemma and then he is like “sigh a “topsider”!” but then he starts to get to know her and he actually likes her and then of course there is the outlaws and yeah… if you should describe it probably then this review would be full of spoilers but it is a good book

I would recommend it to you if: you like books with a little bit of action but also love and family, if you like books you think are predictable but then not at all and if you like books were you kind a can relate to what happens but not really (this book is under water for god sakes)


I gave it 4 out of 5 stars

Friday, 31 January 2014

Monthly Wrap-up

So this month I have finished 8 books and im actually pretty proud of myself
 I’m still far from my goal of 42 books this year but I’m getting closer
 I have read the total of 1932 pages

The books I have read are:
.            1.  The Chaos (Numbers #2) by Rachel Ward -339 pages
         2.  Daddy’s Little Girl by Mary Higgins Clark -235 pages (Re-Read)
        3.    The Secret by Rhonda Byrne -197 pages
        4.     Jeg Tager Bomben Med Mig Når Jeg Går (I’m Taking The Bomb With Me When I Leave) by Robin Engelhardt & Christian Lund (Danish) -128 pages
       5.     Attachments by Rainbow Rowell – 336 pages
       6.     Who Is J.K Rowling? By Pam Pollack and Meg Belviso – 105 pages
       7.     Pretties (Uglies #2) by Scott Westerfield -370 pages
       8.     Jeg Er Så Fuld Af Glad I Dag (I Am So Full Of Happy Today) by Martin Nedergaard Andersen                   (Danish) -88 pages

And then I started Dark Life by Kat Falls but I have only read to chapter 13 so far and there are 29 so…


I have reviewed The Chaos, Daddy’s Little Girl, Attachments and Pretties the other 4 I thought was too short but I wrote a little about them (Except about  Jeg Er Så Fuld Af Glad I Dag (I Am So Full Of Happy Today) by Martin Nedergaard Andersen (Danish) ) (Links below) 

Thursday, 30 January 2014

Sign Up Post: Mammoth Book Challenge


2014 Mammoth Book Challenge

Here are the challenge details:
1. This challenge will run from January 1, 2014 to December 31, 2014.
2. You can join the challenge at any time. All books read in 2014 count for the challenge, regardless of when you sign up.
3. This challenge can cross-over to your other reading challenges.
4. You do not need a blog to participate! If you are not a blogger, you can post your reviews at Goodreads, Shelfari, or LibraryThing and link them up here.
5. All formats of books are acceptable: Bound copies, e-books, and audiobooks as long as they meet the guidelines of Point #6
6. Important Information About E-books and Audiobooks: If you are using an e-book or audiobook for the challenge, the bound format equivalent must be a minimum of 450 pages. Only unabridged audiobooks will count!
7. Both adult and children's literature are allowed: As long as it meets the minimum page count of 450 pages.
8. About large-print books:Same rules apply as noted in Point #6. As long as the regular-bound format equivalent is a minimum of 450 pages, this format will count.
9. No anthologies, short story collections, or poetry: Just novels.
10. There are four levels for the challenge:
   1. Walrus: Read 3 mammoth-sized books.
   2. Hippopotamus: Read 6 mammoth-sized books.
   3. White Rhinoceros: Read 9 mammoth-sized books.

   4. African Elephant: Read 12 or more mammoth-sized books.


I picked this challenge because I knew I had some books which were over 450 pages so why not chose a challenge were you have to read those books?

I have chosen level 2: Hippopotamus: Read 6 mammoth-sized books.

And the books I’m going to read are:
1.      1Let The Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist -510 pages
2.      2.  The Secret Of Mary Bowser by Lois Leveen – 450 pages
3.      3.  The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games #1) by Stephenie Meyer – 454 pages
4.      4.  The Lost Library by A.M. Dean -513 pages
5.      5.  Going Bovine by Libba Bray -477 pages
6.      6.  Angels and Demons by Dan Brown – 547 pages
7.      7.  Cell by Stephen King -453 pages
  If you want to sign yourself up at this challenge then just click on the picture in my sideline 


TBR14



            Here's my TBR14
  1.       The Chaos (Numbers #2) by Rachel Ward -339 pages
  2.           Silenced (Frederika Bergman and Alex Recht #2) by Kristina Ohlsson -390 pages
  3.           Shopaholic and Sister (Shopaholic #4) by Sophie Kinsella -400 pages
  4.           Daddy's Little Girl by Mary Higgins Clark -235 pages (Re-Read)
  5.           Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen -294 pages
  6.           Mansfield Park by Jane Austen – 388 pages
  7.           Reckless (Mirrorworld #1) by Cornelia Funke -351 pages
  8.           Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist -519 pages
  9.          Kære Fucking Dagbog (Dear Fucking Diary) by Henrik List (Danish) -384 pages (Re-Read)
  10.           Mess: The Manual of Accidents and Mistakes by Keri Smith -224 pages
  11.           Wreck This Journal by Keri Smith -224 pages
  12.           The Pocket Scavenger by Keri Smith- 180 pages
  13.           This Is Not A Book by Keri Smith -221 pages
  14.           Dark Life (Dark Life #1) by Kat Falls -315 pages
  15.           The Secret (The Secret #1) by Rhonda Byrne -197 pages
  16.           Jeg tager bomben med når jeg går (I'm Taking The Bomb With Me When I Leave) by Robin Engelhardt & Christian Lund (Danish) -128 pages
  17.           Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell -433 pages
  18.           Attachments by Rainbow Rowell – 336 pages
  19.           The Ice Princess (Fjällbacka/Patrick Hedström #1 ) by Camilla Läckberg – 362 pages
  20.          Who Is J.K. Rowling? (Who Was/Is...?) By Pam Pollack and Meg Belviso – 105 pages
  21.          Alice in Tumblr-land by Tim Manley – 265 pages (Re-Read)
  22.           The Secrets Of Mary Bowser by Lois Leveen – 450 pages
  23.           An Abundance Of Katherines by John Green – 213 pages
  24.           Looking For Alaska by John Green -262 pages
  25.           The Fault In Our Stars by John Green -313 pages (Re-Read)
  26.           The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games #1) by Stephenie Meyer – 454 pages
  27.           Zombies VS. Unicorns by Holly Black, Justine Larbalestier & a bunch of other authors – 415 pages
  28.           The Lost Library by A.M. Dean -513 pages
  29.         Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher -300 pages (Re-Read)
  30.          Pretties (Uglies #2) by Scott Westerfield -370 pages
  31.          Clara Raphael Tolv Breve (Clara Raphael Twelve Letters) by Mathilde Fibiger (Danish) – 114 pages
  32.          UFO In Her Eyes by Xiaolu Guo -192 pages
  33.          Who Done It? By A lot of authors -352 pages
  34.          Geektastic: Stories from the Nerd Herd by Holly Black, Cecil Castellucci + 19 other authors -400 pages
  35.          Going Bovine by Libba Bray -477 pages
  36.          The Hundred Year Old Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson -372 pages
  37.       Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury -222 pages
  38.          Shutter Island by Dennis Lehane -310 pages
  39.          Angels and Demons (Robert Langdon #1) by Dan Brown – 547 pages
  40.          Cell by Stephen King -453 pages
  41.          Jeg Er Så Fuld Af Glad I Dag (I Am So Full Of Happy Today) by Martin Nedergaard Andersen (Danish) -88 pages

Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Book Review Of: Pretties (Uglies #2) by Scott Westerfeld





Pretties by Scott Westerfeld







I liked this book I didn’t love it because the ending or right before the ending is kind a… Boring and the book is almost the same as the first one just with other persons and another town

I still want to finish this series but I don’t know how long it’s going to take because if the third book is like the first two then I might want to wait a little before reading it but I definitely want to read it because the ending in Pretties makes you want to read more but Im going to wait a bit

I will recommend this book to you if you have read Uglies (Uglies #1) by Scott Westerfeld (because that the first book in the series) and you liked it


I gave it 3 out of 5 stars

Update!

Hey guys, sry for not posting anything in almost 2 weeks just haven’t had the time

I haven’t read so much the only book I’ve finished is Pretties by Scott Westerfeld and I’m currently reading Daddy's Little Girl by Mary Higgins Clark

I haven’t read that much in Daddy’s Little Girl but so far it’s not me the last time I read it I liked it but this time I’m not so sure maybe because I’ve started to read another genre cause now I read most contemporary and Daddy’s Little Girl is a Thriller I think but IDK (I don’t know)


Review on Pretties by Scott Westerfeld (which I thought was named Westerfield and not Westerfeld sry for the fails in the other posts) so Hang On!

Friday, 10 January 2014

Book rating on: The books i read in Bout Of Books 9.0 Read-a-thon

So my kind a book rating is I give the different books stars and leave a little comment and write who I would recommend them to
 so here’s the book rating: 

#1
The Chaos by Rachel Ward 
I gave it 5 out of 5 stars
Because: it’s a really good book and I loved it sometimes its kind a scary and you will get some “omg I haven’t expected that”-moments
I would recommend it to you if: you like Numbers #1 because this is Numbers #2 so if you have read number #1 then read number #2 too because it’s better than number #1 so and I would recommend this series to you if you like fiction and love but not too much love (I can’t take if its love all the time or irritating love) but these books are not too much
 If you want to read more about it then check out my review: Book review on: The Chaos by Rachel Ward
#2


Who Is J.K Rowling? by Pam Pollack and Meg Belviso

I gave it 4 stars out of 5 stars
Because: I liked it but it’s a bit short so that’s why the fifth star isn’t in but its good
I would recommend it to you if: you like J.K Rowling because it’s a fun little book about her and you can read it in about 30 minutes 



#3



I gave it 2 stars out of 5 stars
Because: I don’t like it I have set my expatiations too high so it’s always bad to do that but it is still good I should just have set my expatiations a little lower
I would recommend it to you if: you live in DK (Denmark) and like threatening letters, violence, crime and other police stuff 



#4

The Secret by Rhonda Byrne
I gave it 3 stars out of 5 stars
Because: I liked it but it was on such a high psychological level for me so it was kind a hard to understand and actually also to read I could only read 1 chapter at a time because it was hard to understand so my brain needed a break every time I have read I it
I would recommend it to you if: you are an adult or a really smart kid 


#5
Attachments by Rainbow Rowell 

I gave it 2 stars out of 5 stars
Because: its not a book for me because of all that love (im not the love book kind a girl) so it would have been much better if beth had stayed with chris and Lincoln met another one(Maybe emilie) or just lived alone and then would think about beth all the time but all in all its was not a book for me but  it was OK
I would recommend it to you if: you like love, pregnancies, relationships other love stuff
If you want to read more about it then check out my review: Book Review of: Attachments by Rainbow Rowell



There’s of course coming a post out tomorrow so just hang on!

Monday, 17 March 2014

Book Review on: A Walk To Remember by Nicholas Sparks






A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks






i really liked this book, it was amazing really i could read it like 100 times it's not because it's a long book but on the short amount of pages Nicholas has succeded to make a perfect a little cliche-ish love story but it's so different from other love stories but at the same time almost the same

i would recommend it if: you like cliche love stories with a twist, if you love the movie (the book is better) or if you just want to read a short and sweet love story 

i gave it 4 out of 5 stars 

Tuesday, 11 February 2014

More Scheduled

Sry that i haven't posted anything in a long time just haven't had the time but now I’ve decided to make my blog a little more scheduled (starting tomorrow) 

So a typical week is going to look like this:

Monday: Book Review
Tuesday: Top Ten Tuesday
Wednesday: Weekly Wednesday
Thursday: Teaser Thursday
Friday: Free Friday
Saturday: Author Saturday
Sunday: Weekly Wrap-Up

Book Review: is of course a review on a book I have read

Top Ten Tuesday: is ten books I’ve read or I want to read (New theme each week)

Weekly Wednesday: is just something I come up with like 5 books that made me cry, 5 book heroes or something like that

Teaser Thursday: I take a book flip it open to a random page and write what stands on that page

Free Friday: i don't post anything it's my day off 

Author Saturday: I take a random author and write the best 3 books of him/her and a little review of each book

Weekly Wrap-Up: just a wrap up on the week 

i hope i can follow this schedule so there's a little more posts to look on and not just reviews 
review tomorrow so 

just hold on!

Thursday, 6 February 2014

Book Review Of: Daddy's Little Girl by Mary Higgins Clark





Daddy's Little Girl by Mary Higgins Clark 







I liked Daddy’s Little Girl it was not fantastic but I knew It wasn’t cause it’s a re-read for me
 This time I liked it more than the first time because the first time I read it I was 10 or so and at that point in life you don’t understand that much when it comes to this book because:
It’s so drawn-out and almost the same thing happens just with different persons several times in this book but at someplace it’s still good but it’s a kind a confusing book

I would recommend it to you if: you like crime and murder books with a desperate little girl whose life was destroyed by the murder of her sister and who can’t move on before the murderer is behind prison bars and is willing to risk her life to do it and if you like books where the same happens again and again just with different people


I gave it 2 out of 5 stars

Book Review Of: Dark Life (Dark Life #1) by Kat Falls












I really liked this book
I don’t know how to describe it not because it’s confusing but because it’s just so changing like at first he (Ty) meets Gemma and then he is like “sigh a “topsider”!” but then he starts to get to know her and he actually likes her and then of course there is the outlaws and yeah… if you should describe it probably then this review would be full of spoilers but it is a good book

I would recommend it to you if: you like books with a little bit of action but also love and family, if you like books you think are predictable but then not at all and if you like books were you kind a can relate to what happens but not really (this book is under water for god sakes)


I gave it 4 out of 5 stars

Friday, 31 January 2014

Monthly Wrap-up

So this month I have finished 8 books and im actually pretty proud of myself
 I’m still far from my goal of 42 books this year but I’m getting closer
 I have read the total of 1932 pages

The books I have read are:
.            1.  The Chaos (Numbers #2) by Rachel Ward -339 pages
         2.  Daddy’s Little Girl by Mary Higgins Clark -235 pages (Re-Read)
        3.    The Secret by Rhonda Byrne -197 pages
        4.     Jeg Tager Bomben Med Mig Når Jeg Går (I’m Taking The Bomb With Me When I Leave) by Robin Engelhardt & Christian Lund (Danish) -128 pages
       5.     Attachments by Rainbow Rowell – 336 pages
       6.     Who Is J.K Rowling? By Pam Pollack and Meg Belviso – 105 pages
       7.     Pretties (Uglies #2) by Scott Westerfield -370 pages
       8.     Jeg Er Så Fuld Af Glad I Dag (I Am So Full Of Happy Today) by Martin Nedergaard Andersen                   (Danish) -88 pages

And then I started Dark Life by Kat Falls but I have only read to chapter 13 so far and there are 29 so…


I have reviewed The Chaos, Daddy’s Little Girl, Attachments and Pretties the other 4 I thought was too short but I wrote a little about them (Except about  Jeg Er Så Fuld Af Glad I Dag (I Am So Full Of Happy Today) by Martin Nedergaard Andersen (Danish) ) (Links below) 

Thursday, 30 January 2014

Sign Up Post: Mammoth Book Challenge


2014 Mammoth Book Challenge

Here are the challenge details:
1. This challenge will run from January 1, 2014 to December 31, 2014.
2. You can join the challenge at any time. All books read in 2014 count for the challenge, regardless of when you sign up.
3. This challenge can cross-over to your other reading challenges.
4. You do not need a blog to participate! If you are not a blogger, you can post your reviews at Goodreads, Shelfari, or LibraryThing and link them up here.
5. All formats of books are acceptable: Bound copies, e-books, and audiobooks as long as they meet the guidelines of Point #6
6. Important Information About E-books and Audiobooks: If you are using an e-book or audiobook for the challenge, the bound format equivalent must be a minimum of 450 pages. Only unabridged audiobooks will count!
7. Both adult and children's literature are allowed: As long as it meets the minimum page count of 450 pages.
8. About large-print books:Same rules apply as noted in Point #6. As long as the regular-bound format equivalent is a minimum of 450 pages, this format will count.
9. No anthologies, short story collections, or poetry: Just novels.
10. There are four levels for the challenge:
   1. Walrus: Read 3 mammoth-sized books.
   2. Hippopotamus: Read 6 mammoth-sized books.
   3. White Rhinoceros: Read 9 mammoth-sized books.

   4. African Elephant: Read 12 or more mammoth-sized books.


I picked this challenge because I knew I had some books which were over 450 pages so why not chose a challenge were you have to read those books?

I have chosen level 2: Hippopotamus: Read 6 mammoth-sized books.

And the books I’m going to read are:
1.      1Let The Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist -510 pages
2.      2.  The Secret Of Mary Bowser by Lois Leveen – 450 pages
3.      3.  The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games #1) by Stephenie Meyer – 454 pages
4.      4.  The Lost Library by A.M. Dean -513 pages
5.      5.  Going Bovine by Libba Bray -477 pages
6.      6.  Angels and Demons by Dan Brown – 547 pages
7.      7.  Cell by Stephen King -453 pages
  If you want to sign yourself up at this challenge then just click on the picture in my sideline 


TBR14



            Here's my TBR14
  1.       The Chaos (Numbers #2) by Rachel Ward -339 pages
  2.           Silenced (Frederika Bergman and Alex Recht #2) by Kristina Ohlsson -390 pages
  3.           Shopaholic and Sister (Shopaholic #4) by Sophie Kinsella -400 pages
  4.           Daddy's Little Girl by Mary Higgins Clark -235 pages (Re-Read)
  5.           Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen -294 pages
  6.           Mansfield Park by Jane Austen – 388 pages
  7.           Reckless (Mirrorworld #1) by Cornelia Funke -351 pages
  8.           Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist -519 pages
  9.          Kære Fucking Dagbog (Dear Fucking Diary) by Henrik List (Danish) -384 pages (Re-Read)
  10.           Mess: The Manual of Accidents and Mistakes by Keri Smith -224 pages
  11.           Wreck This Journal by Keri Smith -224 pages
  12.           The Pocket Scavenger by Keri Smith- 180 pages
  13.           This Is Not A Book by Keri Smith -221 pages
  14.           Dark Life (Dark Life #1) by Kat Falls -315 pages
  15.           The Secret (The Secret #1) by Rhonda Byrne -197 pages
  16.           Jeg tager bomben med når jeg går (I'm Taking The Bomb With Me When I Leave) by Robin Engelhardt & Christian Lund (Danish) -128 pages
  17.           Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell -433 pages
  18.           Attachments by Rainbow Rowell – 336 pages
  19.           The Ice Princess (Fjällbacka/Patrick Hedström #1 ) by Camilla Läckberg – 362 pages
  20.          Who Is J.K. Rowling? (Who Was/Is...?) By Pam Pollack and Meg Belviso – 105 pages
  21.          Alice in Tumblr-land by Tim Manley – 265 pages (Re-Read)
  22.           The Secrets Of Mary Bowser by Lois Leveen – 450 pages
  23.           An Abundance Of Katherines by John Green – 213 pages
  24.           Looking For Alaska by John Green -262 pages
  25.           The Fault In Our Stars by John Green -313 pages (Re-Read)
  26.           The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games #1) by Stephenie Meyer – 454 pages
  27.           Zombies VS. Unicorns by Holly Black, Justine Larbalestier & a bunch of other authors – 415 pages
  28.           The Lost Library by A.M. Dean -513 pages
  29.         Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher -300 pages (Re-Read)
  30.          Pretties (Uglies #2) by Scott Westerfield -370 pages
  31.          Clara Raphael Tolv Breve (Clara Raphael Twelve Letters) by Mathilde Fibiger (Danish) – 114 pages
  32.          UFO In Her Eyes by Xiaolu Guo -192 pages
  33.          Who Done It? By A lot of authors -352 pages
  34.          Geektastic: Stories from the Nerd Herd by Holly Black, Cecil Castellucci + 19 other authors -400 pages
  35.          Going Bovine by Libba Bray -477 pages
  36.          The Hundred Year Old Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson -372 pages
  37.       Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury -222 pages
  38.          Shutter Island by Dennis Lehane -310 pages
  39.          Angels and Demons (Robert Langdon #1) by Dan Brown – 547 pages
  40.          Cell by Stephen King -453 pages
  41.          Jeg Er Så Fuld Af Glad I Dag (I Am So Full Of Happy Today) by Martin Nedergaard Andersen (Danish) -88 pages

Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Book Review Of: Pretties (Uglies #2) by Scott Westerfeld





Pretties by Scott Westerfeld







I liked this book I didn’t love it because the ending or right before the ending is kind a… Boring and the book is almost the same as the first one just with other persons and another town

I still want to finish this series but I don’t know how long it’s going to take because if the third book is like the first two then I might want to wait a little before reading it but I definitely want to read it because the ending in Pretties makes you want to read more but Im going to wait a bit

I will recommend this book to you if you have read Uglies (Uglies #1) by Scott Westerfeld (because that the first book in the series) and you liked it


I gave it 3 out of 5 stars

Update!

Hey guys, sry for not posting anything in almost 2 weeks just haven’t had the time

I haven’t read so much the only book I’ve finished is Pretties by Scott Westerfeld and I’m currently reading Daddy's Little Girl by Mary Higgins Clark

I haven’t read that much in Daddy’s Little Girl but so far it’s not me the last time I read it I liked it but this time I’m not so sure maybe because I’ve started to read another genre cause now I read most contemporary and Daddy’s Little Girl is a Thriller I think but IDK (I don’t know)


Review on Pretties by Scott Westerfeld (which I thought was named Westerfield and not Westerfeld sry for the fails in the other posts) so Hang On!

Friday, 10 January 2014

Book rating on: The books i read in Bout Of Books 9.0 Read-a-thon

So my kind a book rating is I give the different books stars and leave a little comment and write who I would recommend them to
 so here’s the book rating: 

#1
The Chaos by Rachel Ward 
I gave it 5 out of 5 stars
Because: it’s a really good book and I loved it sometimes its kind a scary and you will get some “omg I haven’t expected that”-moments
I would recommend it to you if: you like Numbers #1 because this is Numbers #2 so if you have read number #1 then read number #2 too because it’s better than number #1 so and I would recommend this series to you if you like fiction and love but not too much love (I can’t take if its love all the time or irritating love) but these books are not too much
 If you want to read more about it then check out my review: Book review on: The Chaos by Rachel Ward
#2


Who Is J.K Rowling? by Pam Pollack and Meg Belviso

I gave it 4 stars out of 5 stars
Because: I liked it but it’s a bit short so that’s why the fifth star isn’t in but its good
I would recommend it to you if: you like J.K Rowling because it’s a fun little book about her and you can read it in about 30 minutes 



#3



I gave it 2 stars out of 5 stars
Because: I don’t like it I have set my expatiations too high so it’s always bad to do that but it is still good I should just have set my expatiations a little lower
I would recommend it to you if: you live in DK (Denmark) and like threatening letters, violence, crime and other police stuff 



#4

The Secret by Rhonda Byrne
I gave it 3 stars out of 5 stars
Because: I liked it but it was on such a high psychological level for me so it was kind a hard to understand and actually also to read I could only read 1 chapter at a time because it was hard to understand so my brain needed a break every time I have read I it
I would recommend it to you if: you are an adult or a really smart kid 


#5
Attachments by Rainbow Rowell 

I gave it 2 stars out of 5 stars
Because: its not a book for me because of all that love (im not the love book kind a girl) so it would have been much better if beth had stayed with chris and Lincoln met another one(Maybe emilie) or just lived alone and then would think about beth all the time but all in all its was not a book for me but  it was OK
I would recommend it to you if: you like love, pregnancies, relationships other love stuff
If you want to read more about it then check out my review: Book Review of: Attachments by Rainbow Rowell



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