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Zoë's Splendiferous Book Likes

I'm an avid reader and all round tea drinker. Here to just to share the passion of books on a blog (Zoë Book Blog)

Currently reading

Three Things You Need to Know About Rockets: A Real-Life Scottish Fairy Tale
Jessica Fox
Ruth Silver
Streaks of Blue: How the Angels of Newtown Inspired One Girl to Save Her School
Jack Chaucer
One simply does not
One simply does not
Ethereal Fury - Jessica O'Gorek review on zoesbookblog.com to come...
The Fault in Our Stars - John Green It's safe to say I cried. Like a baby I cried. This book, although I hate to say it, lived up to the hype and beyond. Although hype should have nothing to with it, do not fret you will be not disappointed.Review now on zoesbookblog.com (somehow I stopped sobbing...)
Ginger Snaps - Cathy Cassidy My definite favourite Cathy book of all time. I think it's because of the tribly's, converse and saxophone thing going on...very me!
Clockwork Princess - Cassandra Clare The final installment to the Infernal Devices Trilogy and what a book. Full review of this fantastic read soon to be on my blog, http://www.zoesbookblog.com
Dancing Jax - Robin Jarvis Wow! A book within a book: suspense, horror, gripping and the best can’t-put-downer I’ve read in the last year. Having said that, maybe you shouldn’t read it…The book within the book is Dancing Jacks; a book so deadly, you should never go near it. Do not even speak of it. Just stay away. If means be, burn it, throw it in a river, anything but do not, whatever you do, open the pages to read it. Written by Austerly Fellows, a mysterious occultist, he will capture your mind and will force you to become a character in his own world of Moon Caster, just by the words on the pages. It may appear a children’s book but once read, you can never get out…Read more of my review here: http://www.zoesbookblog.com/2011/02/dancing-jax-by-robin-jarvis/[a:Robin Jarvis|15016|Robin Jarvis|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/authors/1340458360p2/15016.jpg]
Shiver - Maggie Stiefvater Fantastically written book. Truly amazing. Maggie has an phenomenal way of writing that intices you in. Whenever you read a book, you can picture a film in your head - With Shiver, you were the characters. I understand that with a lot of well written books you can find yourself wrapped inside the story, but I find they weren't as clear as I had experienced in Shiver. The best example of this is the smells, Maggie has produced a way of writing that can actually smell what you are reading. It's one of those amazing bits of literiture that stays with you all day. So, basically, a massive thumbs up ~ If you haven't read this yet, where have you been?!