Sunday Book Recommendations #32 [13 Mar 2016]

Sunday Book RecomendationsHi everyone! I know it’s Monday and I guess you could say that I’m a bit late in posting this cause I was supposed to do it yesterday, but it’s better late than never. 🙂
Sunday Book Recommendations is the  weekly meme hosted by me. I created this meme so I could recommend you guys some interesting books which I think are worth reading. This meme includes recommending a book from three different genres. If you want to do this meme have fun with it, but don’t forget to link back to the host. 🙂

Note: You can change the genres every week.


YA CONTEMPORARY
MUCH ADO ABOUT SOMETHING BY MICHELLE RAY
[STAND-ALONE]
“ This book was fun, romantic, emotional and tragic. It was really a great YA contemporary romance and I would highly recommend it to all the readers who loves reading high school romance with great friendships. 


BLURB: Beatriz and Ben don’t see eye to eye on much, but they do agree on one thing: they can’t stand each other. No way are they going to date again. Ever. But when Beatriz’s cousin Hope starts at Messina Prep everything changes. Not only does she want to fix Beatriz’s love life, but she also attracts the attention of Ben’s best friend Clay…and the two cruelest guys at school.

Told from alternating points of view, Much Ado About Something lets Beatriz and Ben tell their sides of the story as they try to navigate love, sex, rumors, family and tragedy. Not necessarily in that order.

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YA FANTASY
UNHOOKED BY LISA MAXWELL
[STAND-ALONE]
Unhooked is a unique dark retelling of Neverland fairytale  and it’s the best retelling I’ve read so far. I  adored everything in it. I loved how the author portrayed the characters and also the amazing world building. It’s a book worth reading and not to be missed. 

 BLURB: For as long as she can remember, Gwendolyn Allister has never had a place to call home. Her mother believes they are being hunted by brutal monsters, and those delusions have brought them to London, far from the life Gwen had finally started to build for herself. Gwen’s only saving grace is that her best friend, Olivia, is with her for the summer.

But shortly after their arrival, the girls are kidnapped by shadowy creatures and dragged to a world of flesh-eating sea hags and dangerous Fey. And Gwen begins to realize that maybe her mother isn’t so crazy after all…

Gwen discovers that this new world she inhabits is called Neverland, but it’s nothing like the Neverland you’ve heard about in stories. Here, good and evil lose their meaning and memories slip like water through your fingers. As Gwen struggles to remember where she came from and tries to find a way home, she must choose between trusting the charming fairy-tale hero who says all the right things and the captivating pirate who promises to keep her safe.

Caught in the ultimate battle between good and evil, with time running out and her enemies closing in, Gwen is forced to finally face the truths she’s been hiding from all along. But can she save Neverland without losing herself?

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YA PARANORMAL[FAIRIES]
EYES LIKE STARS BY LISA MANTCHEV
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THEATRE OF ILLUMINATA TRILOGY]
It’s been a long time since I’ve read this book but I can pretty much say that I had a great time reading it. It was simply unique and intriguing. 

 BLURB: All her world’s a stage.

Bertie Shakespeare Smith is not an actress, yet she lives in a theater.

She’s not an orphan, but she has no parents.

She knows every part, but she has no lines of her own.

That is, until now.

Enter Stage Right

NATE. Dashing pirate. Will do anything to protect Bertie.

COBWEB, MOTH, MUSTARD SEED, and PEASEBLOSSOM. Four tiny and incredibly annoying fairies. BERTIE’S sidekicks.

ARIEL. Seductive air spirit and Bertie’s weakness. The symbol of impending doom.

BERTIE. Our heroine.

Welcome to the Théâtre Illuminata, where the actors of every play ever written can be found behind the curtain. They were born to play their parts, and are bound to the Théâtre by The Book–an ancient and magical tome of scripts. Bertie is not one of them, but they are her family–and she is about to lose them all and the only home she has ever known.

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Well, that’s it for this week. 😀
Feel free to comment below and if you want me to recommend books from any particular genre let me know. ❤
See you next week with new recommendations!  🙂
Have a Great Day!
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