Starr lost by Kim Briggs ( starr fall #2)

Still on the run from the organization; Things are getting more intense now, Starr is determined to get revenge from the organization, and when Starr Bishops wants something, she gets it !
But what makes the whole situation more bearable is that She finds the comfort and the love of a real family between Coda and Ben, Christian’s cousins, and her best friends Di and Frank, who came immediately to her rescue.
But with the new relationship of Starr and Christian and the arrival of Di and Frank, things are about to get more complicated and fun with two love triangles and some unresolved emotions.

I gave the first book 4 stars, but damn, it gets better, this one is more than just 5 stars, I couldn’t put it down, it was that good.
Kim Briggs, let me tell you, you are brilliant; I had fun reading this book, I really did.
I was actually laughing in the chapters from Di’s perspective, she is really funny and dark, after all, she’s the devil’s concubine, right?
The love between Starr and Christian is growing and they are actually really cute together, their scenes were my favorite thing about the book.
The action scenes in this book are way better and more intense than the first book, I get adrenaline rushes whenever Starr comes up with an idea!
and the end!?? are you kidding me? how could you do that to me? that was a hell of a cliffhanger.
I absolutely loved the romance in this squeal and I can’t wait to get my hand on book 3 xxox.

 

” I did. it didn’t matter how much I tried to bury my old life. every time I saw Starr, I would remember. Every time I saw her in class. Every time I saw her in the halls. She made me remember, and I hated her for it. Then when you told me about her visit to your house. I had to find her. I didn’t have a choice, I didn’t want a choice. Am I in love with her? Yes. s she in love with me? Yes. we’re meant to be together. I’m my old self, only better. she makes me happy.She makes me remember the good times in my life, and with her, the bad times aren’t so bad.”

No Ordinary Star by M. C. Frank

(no ordinary star #1)
5 BIG, SHINY STARS

“At the end of the year 2524, where there’s no hunger, no illness, no feelings and also no families, everything is controlled, monitored, planned and created; men and women are separated; everything is just that perfect after the second enlightenment.

Felix was the most obedient, intelligent soldier in Baghdad training military school, until he received a mysterious message that turned his world upside down, and puts him on a journey where he meets Astra, a natural rebel, and a wanted citizen for her father’s crime.

How could they deal with each other in this cold world? and how would they save the world when they can barely save themselves ?”

First things first, the author, M. C. Frank, I want to thank her for even thinking of organizing a street team to have her readers’ feedback and opinions; i think it’s pretty amazing of her.

This book had me hooked from the first chapter; I was instantly transmitted to the year 2524, M. C. Frank’s writing is that good, and trust me, I’m not even close to overreacting. She has a way with words that turn every situation in the book into a deeply meaningful one. The feelings that Astra felt were too intense, it touched me; she went through so much, and yet she’s still surviving and even thinking about those who surround her.

The feelings that Astra felt were too intense, it touched me; she went through so much, and yet she survived and was always thinking about those who surrounded her.

Felix and his confusion, after learning that he was fed a lot of lies; how he’s recovering and just fighting through all these unfortunate events, is just fascinating.

And I just fell for this quote:

“the stars haven’t been visible from Earth in decades”

“Oh they have been,” she says, “if you know where to look. When you see a formation that’s irregular, a star that doesn’t look ordinary – that’s a real and no satellite.”

He sighs. No ordinary star. What does that even mean? “

Β “

xxox

Starr Fall by Kim Briggs (Starr fall #1)

” Starr Bishop is just perfect ,in so many ways; beautiful, smart, and pretty funny too ! she makes the best out of every situation so what on earth could ever go wrong with her life?

well about that, in about 2 hours she lost everything she ever had, when an organisation just decided that Starr would make a perfect assasin.

Being on the run, trying to save what was left of her life, she did not expect christian to help her, and she definetly did not expect to fall in love with him. ”

🌟🌟🌟🌟/5

there are books that you have to read them carefully and slowly, beacause they aren’t just that simple, And then there’s this beautiful book, that is so simple and light that you could just finish it one night.

Kim Briggs writing is really light and good ! it was as if the book was close to my heart.

I loved the book, especially the sweet romantic part, it was like no other !, the only draw backi found is that the action scenes wasn’t that convenient; but the love and the perfect relationship between Christian and Starr made it all worth it.

i highly recommand this book for all the romance junkies like me.

“In a tight embrace, we fall as if someone hit slow motion and we drop frame by frame without ever hiting the bottom. Nothing exists in the entire universe except for our plunging bodies pressed againstt eachother. When we finally hit the harrd tile floor, he takes most of the impact because i’m cocooned in his arms. Someting tighten just below my belly bottoa; a nervous kind of flip-floppy feeling, and  i finally understand what sami and judi always talk about.”

xxox

 

 

The Time keeper by Mitch Albom

When Dor became obsessed with measuring time, he was banished to a cave for thousand years listening to earth pleading for more time, he was Father time..

But when he lost hope with his soul nearly broken, Father time was granted his freedom. With only an hourglass and a mission to let two people cerish the true meaning of time; a teenage girl who is about to end her life, and a wealthy old man who wishes to challenge death. To save them is to save himself.

“Time is not something you give back. The very next moment may be an answer to your prayer. To deny that is to deny the most important part of the future.
What’s that?
Hope. 🌺”

it was definetly a five stars !🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Mitch Albom is justt brilliant, he never fails to make me fall in love with his wordsπŸ‘ŒπŸ˜.


I loved The Time keeper so much, it made think of what things may turn out to beπŸŒŸπŸ”„. That no matter how hard the present is, the future always holds something you always wanted. It made me appreciate time, enjoy everyday with what it has to offer, to enjoy “the simple joy of living beween sunrises”.
Live it simple beautiful people, and never lose hopeπŸŒžπŸ’.

 

 

 

 

Pendemonium (Delirium #2)

Pandemeium by Lauren Oliver

🌟🌟🌟🌟/5

just when i think i figured Lauren Oliver out, she proves me wrong.

I absolutely loved this one, and its end!! although i’m not sure liked the “then ” part.
How Lauren described the wilds, was pretty amazing, i loved every word of it, although i didn’t like being transmitted to new york whenever i dive into the wilds.
but i really loved how Lena had grown up and become more tough , and how she and Julian interacted at first kept me on edge, and i couldn’t help comparing him to Alex.
And god the ending! what a cliffhanger ! it got me open-mouthed; i just had to start book 3 right here and right now.

When Lena find herself trying to survive the wilds, after seeing Alex in at the fences when they were running away, could she get over it and enjoy her freedom at the wilds?

β€œGrief is like sinking, like being buried. I am in water the tawny color of kicked-up dirt. Every breath is full of choking. There is nothing to hold on to, no sides, no way to claw myself up. There is nothing to do but let go.

Let go. Feel the weight all around you, feel the squeezing of your lungs, the slow, low pressure. Let yourself go deeper. There is nothing but bottom. There is nothing but the taste of metal, and the echoes of old things, and days that look like darkness.”

Delirium by Lauren Oliver

Delirium ( Delirium #1 )

by Lauren Oliver

🌟🌟🌟🌟/5

 

The idea of the book is just very new and intriguing , it makes you wonder if we take this feelings for granted, and how will be our life if there’s something similar!.
I absolutly loved the book and i think that there isn’t a book for laurin oliver that i just don’t love and i can’t wait to finish the series.

when Lena, found herself in a community where love is a disease, where there’s a cure for love! she have to follow the rules to stay alive, and boy she did! she followed them and worshiped to book of shhh;she even got the date of getting her treatement , and she acually wanted to go throw with it; until she met Alex, a boy from the wilds, a boy who will change how she looked at everything in her life.

“But I have a secret. You can build walls all the way to the sky and I will find a way to fly above them. You can try to pin me down with a hundred thousand arms, but I wil find a way to resist. there are many of us out there, more than you think. people who refuse to stop believing. people who refuse to come to earth. people who love in a world without walls, people who love into hate, into refusal, against hope and without fear.

I love you. Remember. They cannot take it.”

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