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  • 2013 / 10 / 31

    Review: Apollyon

    Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout Series: (Covenant #4) Published: April 4th 2013 Publisher:  Spencer Hill Press Categories: Fantasy, Mythology Young Adult External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Synopsis: Fate isn’t something to mess with… and now, neither is Alex. Alex has always feared two things: losing herself in the Awakening and being placed on the Elixir. But love has always been stronger than Fate, and Aiden St. Delphi is willing to make war on the gods—and Alex herself—to bring her back.—

  • 2013 / 10 / 31

    Review: Of Beast and Beauty

    Author:  Stacey Jay Published: July 23rd 2013 Publisher:  Delacorte Press Categories: Retelling, Science Fiction, Young Adult External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Synopsis: In the beginning was the darkness, and in the darkness was a girl, and in the girl was a secret… In the domed city of Yuan, the blind Princess Isra, a Smooth Skin, is raised to be a human sacrifice whose death will ensure her city’s vitality. In the desert outside Yuan, Gem, a mutant beast, fights—

  • 2013 / 10 / 30

    Review: All The Pieces (ARC)

    Author: Angela Richardson Series: (Pieces of Lies #3) Published: October 29th 2013 Publisher:  Self Published Categories: Contemporary, Realistic Fiction, New Adult External Links: Amazon • Goodreads Synopsis: When so much love has been built from lies and manipulation, how much of that love is real? In ALL THE PIECES, the third and final instalment in the Pieces of Lies series, we find Norah in a dangerous and heart pounding situation in London with the Lappell. It will be the collision—

  • 2013 / 10 / 28

    Review: Elegy

    Author: Tara Hudson Series: (Hereafter #3) Published: June 4th 2013 Publisher:  HarperTeen Categories: Fantasy, Paranormal, Young Adult External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Synopsis: Tara Hudson brings the dark, romantic Hereafter trilogy to a thrilling conclusion with her YA novel Elegy. The passionate love between ghost girl Amelia and human boy Joshua was powerful enough to break the barrier between life and death. Now the star-crossed lovers believe they can finally be together. But demonic forces threaten to tear them—

  • 2013 / 10 / 28

    Bookish Verbosity: our different tastes

    Multicolored with varying textures, that’s how I view people’s opinion on books. Bookish Verbosity is a non-regular feature at AEROPAPERS where I talk about topics that are related to books, blogging and the community. This topic came up when I was talking about SpongeBob with my sister. (I know, we have very intellectual conversation. Einstein should be jealous.) We loved that cartoon, yes, that’s past tense because somehow the new episodes lack the clever humor of the old ones. Moving—

  • 2013 / 10 / 28

    Week 44. Hot Off the Press

    Brand new week means spanking new reads. Hot of the Press is a weekly meme where I showcase books that I’m planning to read that due to be published this week. Plus, if I’m fortunate enough to have read the book and already reviewed them courtesy of the advance copies I received; I will also highlight them here. Just in case you need a little help deciding if you want to read it and want prior opinion about it. You—

  • 2013 / 10 / 26

    Week 43. Bookish Emoji

    A great excuse to use my emoticons. Bookish Emoji (えもじ) is an original meme here at Aeropapers where I’ll answer weekly prompt that is related to being a bookworm (or anything book/blogging related) with corresponding emoticons/animated gifs. Here’s another edition of Bookish Emoji. If you noticed I changed the graphic because I really hate the one that I originally came up with. I decided to put something that’s lively on the banner itself to represent the meme properly. I also—

  • 2013 / 10 / 26

    Review: A Little Too Much (ARC)

    Author: Lisa Desrochers Series: (A Little Too Far #2) Published: November 12th 2013 Publisher:  William Morrow & Company Categories: Contemporary, Romance, New Adult External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Synopsis: In the follow-up to Lisa Desrochers’ explosive New Adult novel A Little too Far, Alessandro Moretti must face the life he escaped and the girl he loved and left behind. Twenty-two year old Hilary McIntyre would like nothing more than to forget her past. As a teenager abandoned to the—

  • 2013 / 10 / 24

    Review: The Art of Wishing

    Author: Lindsay Ribar Series: (The Art of Wishing #1) Published: March 21st 2013 Publisher:  Dial Books For Young Readers Categories: Fantasy, Magical Realism, Young Adult External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Synopsis: He can grant her wishes, but only she can save his life. Margo McKenna has a plan for just about everything, from landing the lead in her high school play to getting into a good college. So when she finds herself in possession of a genie’s ring and—

  • 2013 / 10 / 24

    Oh Genki: Skip Beat! (スキップ・ビート!)

    みなさん、こんにちは! Do you like manga? Check out my recommendation here: Hi, welcome to Oh Genki! a regular feature here at Aeropapers. Aside from reading western books, I also happen to be a big manga (& anime) fan. Manga (コミック) is a Japanese word for comics. There are thousands of manga out there in every genre. So here I’m putting some spotlight to those that are worth plugging. This is going to be a little different from the previous format I—

  • 2013 / 10 / 24

    Review: Forgiving Lies (ARC)

    Author: Molly McAdams Series: (Forgiving Lies #1) Published: October 29th 2013 Publisher:  William Morrow & Company Categories: Contemporary, Romance, New Adult External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Synopsis: A matter of secrets… Undercover cop Logan “Kash” Ryan can’t afford a distraction like his new neighbor Rachel Masters, even if she’s the most beautiful woman he’s ever seen. To catch a serial killer, he needs to stay focused, yet all he can think about is the feisty, long-legged coed whose guarded—

  • 2013 / 10 / 23

    Review: Red Hill (ARC)

    Author: Jamie McGuire Published: October 1st 2013 Publisher:  Atria Books Categories: Adult, Paranormal, Post Apocalytic External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Synopsis: When the world ends, can love survive? For Scarlet, raising her two daughters alone makes fighting for tomorrow an everyday battle. Nathan has a wife, but can’t remember what it’s like to be in love; only his young daughter Zoe makes coming home worthwhile. Miranda’s biggest concern is whether her new VW Bug is big enough to carry—

  • 2013 / 10 / 21

    Review: Born of Illusion

    Author: Teri Brown Series: (Born of Illusion #1) Published: June 11th 2013 Publisher:  Balzer + Bray Categories: Historical Fiction, Paranormal, Young Adult External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Synopsis: Anna Van Housen is thirteen the first time she breaks her mother out of jail. By sixteen she’s street smart and savvy, assisting her mother, the renowned medium Marguerite Van Housen, in her stage show and séances, and easily navigating the underground world of magicians, mediums and mentalists in 1920’s New—

  • 2013 / 10 / 21

    Bookish Verbosity: On Negative Reviews

    How negative is your negative review? Bookish Verbosity is a non-regular feature at AEROPAPERS where I talk about topics that are related to books, blogging and the community. Before I start, reviews for me are important. And it’s a little bit discouraging to hear from other bloggers that they don’t fancy book blogs that are dominated with reviews. But then again that’s their opinion and blog so they can do whatever they want. Write whatever they want. But for someone—

  • 2013 / 10 / 20

    Week 43. Hot Off the Press

    Brand new week means spanking new reads. Hot of the Press is a weekly meme where I showcase books that I’m planning to read that due to be published this week. I’m not going to feature all the books though, only those that I plan to read. Plus, if I’m fortunate enough to have read the book and already reviewed them courtesy of the advance copies I received; I will also highlight them here. Just in case you need a—

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