Anything Book Related

Hia! Sarah here! Now, I love books! I love to read & I love to re-read my favorites over & over again. So here is a blog I decided to make for all of the book-related stuff I love!

*I love it when someone recomends a book to me! So, don't be afraid to do so. And if you aren't on anon, then I might tell you what I thought about it and if I would recomend it!
Thanks, and happy reading!

Love, Sarah
My mind snags on the first word he said. Katie? Is that my name? My lips move as I try it out. Katie. But there’s no real echo inside me. It falls flat.


Rebel - Amy Tintera - Hardcover - 340 pages - Ya, Science Fiction, Post Apocalyptic - Goodreads

Wren Connolly thought she’d left her human side behind when she does five years ago and came back 178 minutes later as a Reboot. With her new abilities of strength, speed, and healing—along with a lack of emotions—Wren 178 became the perfect soldier for HARC (Human Advancement and Repopulation Corporation). Then Callum 22 came along and changed everything.

Now that they’ve both escaped, they’re ready to start a new life in peace on the Reboot reservation. But Micah 163, the Reboot running the reservation, has darker plans in mind: to wipe out the humans. All of them. Micah has been building a Reboot army for years and is now ready to launch his attack on the cities. Callum wants to stick around and protect the humans. Wren wants nothing more than to leave all the fighting behind them.

With Micah on one side, HARC on the other, and Wren and Callum at odds in the middle, there’s only one option left…

It’s time for Reboots to become rebels.


I really liked the first one!
It definitely ended on an interesting note.
This one picked up right where the first one left off.
But I don’t know if I feel the same way about this one.

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Break my heart? Is that what you just said? I have news for you; you didn’t break my heart. My heart’s fine. My heart’s in the best shape of its life. You know what you did to me? You took an AK-47 and blew my soul open.
Tiffanie DeBartolo, How to Kill a Rockstar (via quoted-books)



KELLS: Now, you’ll notice that there’s a video camera in the room here with us. We want to record this just so we have a record. Is that okay with you?

Mara: Yes.

I can’t get over the amazing art you all are making for #retribution. It’s dead on. 

I realize now that dying is easy. Living is hard.
Gayle Forman, If I Stay (via lifeissweetinbooks)

(via purple5destiny)

Still, the longer I was around her, the more I could see the colours of her mind and the recesses of her heart. There was a beast in there. But there was also a girl who was afraid of being a beast, and who wondered if other people had beasts in their hearts too. There was strength, and there was also just the determination to look strong. She guarded herself like a secret.
Jodi Lynn Anderson, Tiger Lily (via withcuriosity)

(via fuckyeahyoungadultlit)

I was thinking about going through everything on here and tag it as either young adult (YA) or adult fiction. But I was wondering if you guys would appreciate that or not? Let me know!

Letting go. Everyone talks about it like it’s the easiest thing. Unfurl your fingers one by one until your hand is open.
Gayle Forman, Where She Went (via quoted-books)


Ellen Hopkins, Perfect