There’s no shaking this book hangover

I still have Shatter Me on the brain. I spent the entirety of my reading week going over the whole series again, taking a highlighter and sticky tabs to every book to mark my favourite parts and find Mafi’s early hints of where the series would end up. I got into a Facebook argument with a friend over these books yesterday, as she most decidedly does NOT share my love. I can accept that this series is maybe not everyone’s cup of tea, but I’ll be damned if I’ll sit by and let someone compare it to Fifty Shades of Grey! I’m not even going to hyper link that book; I like to pretend it doesn’t even exist.

Anyway, since I’m still trying to come down from my Warner high, I don’t have a fresh review for you this week. What I do have is a beautiful quote that made me think of these books, from a man I’d really like to know.

the me  I always dreamed of being

3 comments

    • I’m so glad you’re going to give it a try (: If you can get your hands on the companion novellas, I think they really add something to the series. Also, I found you on Goodreads! I see we agree about Death Cure.

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      • I enjoyed the first one. Had to get it in before the movie. The last two were PAINFUL. It was one of those hate reads. “This HAS to get better right!?” Nope.

        I’m so excited that you are reading Shadow & Bone. That’s been at the top of my list for a long time. Can’t wait to see what you think.

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