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Thou Shall Read Till Thy Eyes Bleed

Wednesday 31 October 2012

Bitter Blood, Morganville Vampires #13, by Rachel Caine Juicy Teasers!!! (Mild Spoiler)

Okay so I read Bitter Blood by Rachel Caine and I have some pretty awesome teasers I want to share with you guys. It's really one big teaser, concerning Claire and Myrnin, my favorite characters. It is a quote from Bitter Blood so it is bound to reveal some interesting info, but it still doesn't give away anything from the plot of the book itself. It is just a great lovable moment. I hope you guys like it!

Lovely!! Gosh I love them, and hate Shane. But I don't think he is going away any time soon sadly...

Anyways guys there is only one day left on my super awesome giveaway, hate to see anyone miss out on that! More will be coming, but this one is kind of the biggest one for this year (or so I think, stay tune for the end of the year giveaway, that one might even surpass it).

Happy reading,

Thursday 25 October 2012

HOT Cover Reveal: SWEET PERIL (Sweet Evil #2) by Wendy Higgins

It's here, it's here, it's HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anna Whitt, daughter of a guardian angel and a demon, promised herself she’d never do the work of her father—polluting souls. 
She’d been naive to make such a claim.
She’d been naive about a lot of things. 
Haunted by demon whisperers, Anna does whatever she can to survive, even if it means embracing her dark side and earning an unwanted reputation as her school’s party girl. Her life has never looked more bleak. And all the while there’s Kaidan Rowe, son of the Duke of Lust, plaguing her heart and mind. 
When an unexpected lost message from the angels surfaces, Anna finds herself traveling the globe with Kopano, son of Wrath, in an attempt to gain support of fellow Nephilim and give them hope for the first time. 
It soon becomes clear that whatever freedoms Anna and the rest of the Neph are hoping to win will not be gained without a fight. Until then, Anna and Kaidan must put aside the issues between them, overcome the steamiest of temptations yet, and face the ultimate question: is loving someone worth risking their life?

OMG I am going to cry, and to barf, and to cry again, and and and.... OMG I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's amazing!! <3 nbsp="nbsp" p="p">

Sweet Evil (The Sweet Trilogy, #1) 

My eyes are fricking drinking these in, they are both so epic, specially when put beside each other! They are both perfect in their own ways really, a true win.

What the author has to say about it:
I LOVE IT SO MUCH, and here's why: It captures the tone of the story so perfectly, in so many ways. I cannot wait for you to read it.

Review: Bitter Blood (Morganville Vampires #13) by Rachel Caine

Bitter Blood (The Morganville Vampires, #13)
Title: Bitter Blood
Author: Rachel Caine
Series: Morganville Vampires
Book #: 13
Pages: 404
Reading Level: YA
Book Rating: Photobucket
Goodreads Rating: 4.52
T.B.Published: Nov. 6th, 2012

For years, the human and vampire residents of Morganville, Texas, have managed to co-exist in peace. But now that the threat to the vampires has been defeated, the human residents are learning that the gravest danger they face is the enemy within…
Thanks to the eradication of the parasitic creatures known as the draug, the vampires of Morganville have been freed of their usual constraints. With the vampires indulging their every whim, the town’s human population is determined to hold on to their lives by taking up arms. But college student Claire Danvers isn’t about to take sides, considering she has ties to both the humans and the vampires.

To make matters worse, a television show comes to Morganville looking for ghosts, just as vampire and human politics collide. Now, Claire and her friends have to figure out how to keep the peace without ending up on the nightly news… or worse.

Taschima's POV:

 How can I possibly explain how utterly awesome this book was? I devoured it. It had everything I was hoping for, which means it had Myrnin, Claire/Myrnin, Claire, Amelie, Amelie/Oliver, Eve, Eve/Michael, adventure, shocking events, constant danger... It was so nice getting to once again re visit these great characters... with the exception of Shane of course (I am an avid supporter of the "let's kill Shane" fan club; there's more of us than you think). Bitter Blood was pretty much Morganville on a whole new level.
"Morganville's bricks and mortar were back together, but its people were coming apart"

What could Rachel Caine possibly come up with next? She basically created the father of all bad assness (Bishop) (well, two fathers of bad assness if you count Frank Collins) and had him take over the entire town in about 2-3 books. She also created a whole new set of mythological creatures that made us all re think the idea of taking a nice shower as much as the next vampire (the Draug) for the last couple of books, so what can she possibly come up with next to keep our gang on their toes? And on book thirteen nonetheless? Well, nothing fancy really, she just sparked the flame of the town from the inside and watched it burn... add in a blind queen, a lost Myrnin, and fractured relationships inside the glass house and you got yourself a tea party you really don't want to miss.

I am amazed at how alive this series still is. Being on book thirteen and still being able to keep your readers interested and at the edge of their seats isn't a small feat, but Morganville is different and if it manages to capture your attention in the first few books, well, then you are going to be ensnared in it's pages till the very end. I know I still am! With every book new things are brought into the mix, like different POVs for example, that just make the story grow and evolve, develop into something bigger than itself and way better than most series floating around.

But I'm rambling here so I am just going to tell you some of my favorite parts (without spoiling). One was of course Myrnin, whole lot of Myrnin! Yes, we finally get what we have ALL been waiting for, we get to be inside Myrnin's mind, and it doesn't disappoint. Claire, she has grown up so much. I mean the scared innocent girl first introduced in Glass House is now a strong, smart, determined woman who can take care of herself plus bring good into the town. And she specially does something in this book that just earned her buckets of respect from my part. Also Eve and Michael's marriage plays a huge roll in this book, specially since nobody seems to be on their team.  The story evolves and keeps you entertained, Bitter Blood is definitely not a filler, and by the end some things happen that make the prospect of the NEXT book all that much more interesting.

Bad Parts? Other than Shane still kicking it up nothing really. He just manages to piss me off in every single book. Though he manages to redeem himself a tiny bit I still dislike him for being untrustworthy and fickle. Alas though, he is the main character's love interest so c'est la vie.
Final Verdict: Read it! So worth it because of everything. It's a good book for Morganville fans out there. The series still has plenty of juice left. I can't believe there is only 2 more books left though, sad.

Tuesday 23 October 2012

Lover At Last, by J. R. Ward, small TEASER!!

Lover At Last (Black Dagger Brotherhood, #11)

Okay so you remember how I was seriously fan-girling about Richelle Mead's new series? Well, this comes fairly close to that. Here is a little sneak peek at Lover at Last by none other than J. R. Ward:
"Qhuinn followed, bringing up the rear in case anyone decided to pull a hi-how’re-ya-
From out of thin air, Blay appeared, the male suited up in leather, and as heavily armed as the rest of them. Qhuinn’s feet slowed, then stopped in the snow, mostly because he didn’t want to trip and fall like an a**hole. 
God, that was one grim motherf**ker, he thought as Blay started walking forward. Was there some trouble in paradise? 
Even though there was no eye contact, Qhuinn felt compelled to say something. “What’s…”
He didn’t finish the “doing” part of the sentence. Why bother? The guy just stalked past him like he wasn’t there. 
“I’m great,” Qhuinn muttered under his breath as he resumed trudging through the snow. “Doin’ awesome, thanks for asking- oh, you having probs with Saxton? Really? How’d you like to go out and get a drink and talk about it? Yeah? Perfect. I’ll be your after dinner mint-”
Give me moooore. I need MOORE! I am so freaking EXCITED about this novel. I am doing a dance over here and re reading this little piece of heaven over and over again.

PS; for more info like this go and "like" J. R. Ward's FB page, that is where I got this wonderful teaser myself :D

The Lost Prince, by Julie Kagawa, Winners!

Happy Birthday Lost Prince!! I am so excited everybody gets the chance to read it now! Well, I promised you guys two copies of The Lost Prince, and the winners have been chosen.

I have emailed the winners, and I hope they email me back very very soon. There is still another contest going on though, and that one is for way more books. You are more than welcomed to enter.

Cover Revealed: Shadow of the Mark (Carrier of the Mark #2) by Leigh Fallon

Color me... unimpressed. Sure the purple look amazing, the background is magnificent, and the font is to die for, but I feel a strange case of Deja-vook cover (totally my word now) starting to come over me. isn't this almost exactly the same cover as Carrier of the Mark? Only, a different color?

Sure the girl's face if facing the opposite direction, the clouds are more angry in the new cover, the dress color changed and the smoke has intensified, but really other than that what is different about the concept? It's still the same girl in the exact same position with different circumstances. Unless that is supposed to be it, kind of symbolizing the essence of the new book's story? (trying to stretch my theory as far as it can go) But still I like my covers and I feel utterly robed here. I was expecting a new show and all I got was a 2 dollar repeat.

You know what pisses me off even more? It's a magnificent cover, and it looks so good.

Damn it.

cover source

Monday 22 October 2012

Say what?! Richelle Mead has a new series coming out?! Gameboard of the Gods (Age of X #1)!

Okay, so I am trying really hard to calm down but it is proving to be a hard task since I just found out that one of my top 5 authors of all time, Richelle Mead, is coming out with A BRAND NEW SERIES!!!!! Calm breaths, breathe in and out, in and out.

In a futuristic world nearly destroyed by religious extremists, Justin March lives in exile after failing in his job as an investigator of religious groups and supernatural claims. But Justin is given a second chance when Mae Koskinen comes to bring him back to the Republic of United North America (RUNA). Raised in an aristocratic caste, Mae is now a member of the military’s most elite and terrifying tier, a soldier with enhanced reflexes and skills.
When Justin and Mae are assigned to work together to solve a string of ritualistic murders, they soon realize that their discoveries have exposed them to terrible danger. As their investigation races forward, unknown enemies and powers greater than they can imagine are gathering in the shadows, ready to reclaim the world in which humans are merely game pieces on their board.

Okay so the cover isn't a big hit, but what matters is what is between the pages. When it comes to Richelle covers aren't that important, what is important is the material.

Also, she is tackling GODS. Mythological GODS? I don't really know, but I can DREAM! Here's a blurb:
"Gameboard of the Gods, the first installment of Richelle Mead’s Age of X series, will have all the elements that have made her YA Vampire Academy and Bloodlines series such megasuccesses: sexy, irresistible characters; romantic and mythological intrigue; and relentless action and suspense."
So sure they are trying to get the YA audience to follow miss Read into this spanking new Adult series (about 99% sure it's an Adult series) but oh my god who wouldn't?! I read her Georgina Kincaid adult series and it was super good. I mean nothing can really beat Vampire Academy but I will bet my left ear lobe that Gameboard of the Gods is going to undoubtedly have a strong heroine, drop dead gorgeous men, incredible/hilarious narratives... basically the trademarks that make up a Richelle Mead book.

And the main character is a MAN! With a kick ass woman as a companion, but I believe that all previous titles by Richelle have been mainly from a feminine POV, so this is bound to be interesting.

I can't WAIT!!

Saturday 20 October 2012

Review: White Lines by Jennifer Banash

White Lines
Title: White Lines
Author: Jennifer Banash
Series: no
Book #: 1
Pages: 304
Reading Level: YA
Book Rating: Photobucket
Goodreads Rating: 4.50
Published: April 4th, 2012

A gritty, atmospheric coming of age tale set in 1980s New York City Seventeen-year-old Cat is living every teenager’s dream—she has her own apartment on the Lower East Side and at night she’s club kid royalty, guarding the velvet rope at some of the hottest clubs in the city.

The night with its crazy, frenetic, high-inducing energy—the pulsing beat of the music, the radiant, joyful people and those seductive white lines that can ease all pain—is when Cat truly lives. But her daytime, when real life occurs, is more nightmare than dream. Having spent years suffering her mother’s emotional and physical abuse, and abandoned by her father, Cat is terrified and alone—unable to connect to anyone or anything. But when someone comes along who makes her want to truly live, she’ll need to summon the courage to confront her demons and take control of a life already spinning dangerously out of control. Both poignant and raw, White Lines is a gripping tale and the reader won’t want to look away.

Taschima's POV:

White Lines was a beautifully written story with some faults that deterred me from completely falling in love.

White Lines is New York in the 80s when the kids were partying way too hard and all the rules were thrown out the window. In the middle of this frenzy you get Cat, a lonely 17 year old seeming to be having the time of her life. She lives alone, she parties at the best club, and she experiments with narcotics. Her parents? Not a clue, she isn't an orphan, but they don't care enough to reel her back in. Boyfriend? Heck if I know, doesn't have one, might like one. So we get to go with her through her "scene" life, and watch as her life spirals out of control.

Every other early review I've read about White Lines has been a 5 star review, "loved it", "amazing", and now I am here to sadly be the "bad guy". I mean, it's not like I didn't enjoy the setting, the writing, and the idea of the overall story but there were two things in particular that killed it for me.


One was the main character. I am a character driven girl, I need to connect with my main character in some way in order to love the story. White Line's main character, Cat, is a broken girl with various issues; afraid of intimacy, druggie, can't deal with reality... To name a few. Don't get me wrong the way the character is portrayed and handled is fine, but I just didn't like, or see anything in her that won me over. She is overall dazed and unable to take control of her life, and whenever a brilliant idea actually manages to creep onto that her of hers she immediately squishes it and decides to do the exact opposite. She also plays the victims card far too much, and I am not into victims. I am into ass kicking heroines. So the main character was a problem for me because I just couldn't connect with her, she doesn't have that thing that makes me want to read about her for more than one book.

Number two is the pace of the novel. I don't know, but it went so slowly to me. There wasn't something urging me to come back and keep reading. I believe it took me about a week to finish this book, and that's a no-no. I felt like there wasn't a finish line in sight that I was eagerly running to cross, it was slowly evolving relationships and mistake after mistake.

Other than that this novel really was beautifully written, so I can see why a lot of people would love it. Here are some examples:



Jennifer Banash is a very talented writer, so I wouldn't hesitate to pick up another one of her novels, only this one just wasn't completely what I was looking for. The way she described New York, the night club "scene" and everything really made you feel like you were a part of it. Like you could feel it yourself. So that was my favorite part, the writing, New York, and getting to experience something I wouldn't have experienced in a thousand years. White Lines is bound to make some noise.

Thursday 18 October 2012

2013 Teaser: A Compilation of Indigo Spell (Bloodlines #3), by Richelle Mead, Quotes!

So I was at the Penguin Teen blog recently and saw these Indigo Spell (Bloodlines #3) quotes. After seriously squealing like a little girl I then decided that I should share then in order to have other people SQUEAL ALONG WITH ME! (Which is my sole reason for creating this blog anyways!). So here we go...

Adrian Quotes
Coming out February 2013!

I am rather enjoying this series. I mean, it's not better than the original Vampire Academy series with Rose and *swoon* Dimitri, but it is still so entertaining, and it has ADRIAN!! I mean, come on!

Can't wait, can't wait, can't wait...

Wednesday 17 October 2012

US vs UK: The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa (+Giveaway)


Now, I am a fan of The Lost Prince's US cover. The hotness that is Ethan cannot be contained, plus the color blue, the details and the font help connect this new book with the overall Iron Fey series. Also the tattoos on Ethan look pretty damn cool!

But, you know there was a but coming, that UK cover looks pretty darn amazing. It looks so fae, so extremely fae, that I can't help but instantly love it. The font isn't my favorite, nor the reference to "Show White and The Huntsman" on the top corner, but the image is irresistble.

So I would have to say it's a solid tie. When it comes to connecting the series together the US cover does it's job well, but if we are talking which image is the more breath taking one as a stand alone that would have to be UK all the way.

Thoughts? Comments? Which one do you think it's the best? If you were on a store looking for a new read, which one would attract you more?

PS; Enter for the chance to win a copy of The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa!

  1. You have to be a Bloody Bookaholic follower.
  2. Two people are going to win one copy each.
  3. US only (sorry Int. guys!)
  4. Contest ends Oct 23.

Book Trailer for Matched, by Allie Condie.

I saw this trailer and I just had to share it. Trailers have come a long way from where they only used to be plain images with some text, now they are all elaborate and kind of amazing. I think this has to be of my favorite trailers though. I like the voice of the girl speaking, the way they handled the introduction with their video editing... Basically it was a well made trailer for one of my favorite books back in the day (wow, Matched released on 2012 and it's still making a buzz). Was it one of your favorite as well? What is your stand when it comes to the overall series?

Anyways enjoy the trailer guys, and "like" Matched's Facebook page. They are posting Reached teasers every day now, and that is a must not miss event.

Tuesday 16 October 2012

Cover Revealed/New Obsession: Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea by April Genevieve Tucholke

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
Violet’s grandmother had warned her about the Devil, had talked about him often, as though he were a best friend, or an old lover. But she never told Violet that the Devil could be real. She never told Violet that the Devil could be a dark-haired boy in vintage clothes who takes naps in the sun and likes old movies and vigilante justice. 
River West is the seventeen-year old stranger renting the guesthouse behind the rotting mansion on the sea, where Violet lives. And as eerie things start happening in Violet’s town, she begins to wonder about the boy living in her backyard. Is River just a crooked-smiling, coffee-loving liar with rascally eyes and a mysterious past? Or could he be something else? Something...evil? 
Violet’s already so knee-deep in love she can’t see straight. 
And that’s just how River likes it.

The cover looks kind of gorgeous, a dark beauty. The font, the cliff, the sea below, the two people on the top of the cliff (one of them are going to jump?)... The ambiance is terrific. It kind of reminds me of a Tim Burton kind of cover, first thing I thought was Sweeney Todd and Dark Shadows. I sort of love the font, I'm a little in love with it.

PS; oh gosh, the girl is going to jump >.<

Monday 15 October 2012

Sweet Giveaway: Win 2 copies of The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa!

Hello everybody! I promised I was having a giveaway for The Lost Prince, and now the time has come. To celebrate the release of The Lost Prince I am giving away 2 copies to two different winners! 

Here is a little something from Chapter one to keep you on your toes:
"Sighing, I spared a quick glance at myself in the mirror, making sure I looked as unapproachable as possible. Sometimes, I catch Mom looking at me sadly, as if she wonders where her little boy went. I used to have curly brown hair like Dad, until I took a pair of scissors and hacked it into jagged, uneven spikes. I used to have bright blue eyes like Mom and, apparently, like my sister. But over the years, my eyes have become darker, changing to a smoky blue-gray—from constant glaring, Dad jokes. I never used to sleep with a knife under my mattress, salt around my windows and a horseshoe over my door. I never used to be “brooding” and “hostile” and “impossible.” I used to smile more and laugh. I rarely do any of that now. 
I know Mom worries about me. Dad says it’s normal teenage rebellion, that I’m going through a “phase” and that I’ll grow out of it. Sorry, Dad. But my life is far from normal. 
And I’m dealing with it the only way I know how."
Ethan's story is turning out to be something unexpected, who knew that sweet boy we met in The Iron King could turn out to be so hostile? That's what faeries do to you! Now if you want to read the rest of the story enter the giveaway on the form below:


  1. You have to be a Bloody Bookaholic follower.
  2. Two people are going to win one copy each.
  3. US only (sorry Int. guys!)
  4. Contest ends Oct 23.

Have fun!

Friday 12 October 2012

J. K. Rowling Surprises Fans with Answers to Questions on Live Global Webcast Hosted by Scholastic

So was I the only one who totally missed this event? Well don't fret if you missed it too because it seems that the full live webcast can be replayed! Here are more details about the webcast that came to me via email from Scholastic:
J.K. Rowling Discusses her Next Book Project and Reveals that She is Personally Registered on Pottermore
New York, NY  October 12, 2012 -- Author J.K. Rowling drew more than a million Harry Potter fans for a live global webcast during which she shared never before heard tidbits about the world of Harry Potter, including back story details,  as well as her next writing project and Pottermore.   The live webcast was presented by Scholastic, the global children's publishing, education and media company, and the U.S. publisher of the Harry Potter series.
During the 51 minute webcast, Ms. Rowling discussed her next writing project which, she said, will likely be a book for young readers, and she revealed that when she registered herself on Pottermore, she was sorted into Gryffindor House, but that she “personally would not be at all disappointed to be sorted into Hufflepuff” and she explains why.
Video clips of her comments are available for
download at:  http://mediaroom.scholastic.com/harrypotter (Credit: Scholastic Inc.).
A full replay of the live webcast can be viewed at www.scholastic.com/hpreadingclub
Join the conversation on Twitter at #hpreads, and see photos of classrooms participating in the live webcast at: http://storify.com/Scholastic/classrooms-around-the-world-join-scholastic-s-virt.
The October 11 webcast, hosted by Scholastic Vice President of Productions, Billy DiMichele, also signaled the launch of a new online destination, the Harry Potter Reading Club, created to share the magical world of Harry Potter with a generation of new readers.  The webcast was broadcast live from J.K. Rowling’s hometown of Edinburgh, Scotland, and is the first time she has had the opportunity to answer questions from kids in a live event since 2007.
The new Harry Potter Reading Club website provides educators, librarians, after school program coordinators and parents who want to organize a book club with access to all the tools they need to host a Harry Potter Reading Club and celebrate the joy of reading.  The first 10,000 registrants for the Club received a welcome kit including bookmarks, stickers and nametags.  Printable versions of these Items will also be available for download from the website.
The Harry Potter Reading Club website includes a comprehensive discussion guide for each of the seven Harry Potter novels. The guides provide questions to help club members start an insightful conversation about the themes and events in the books and, in certain instances, how the books may relate to readers’ own lives and the world today. Each month Scholastic will add new themed activities to complement the Reading Club discussions that will often relate to experiences on the Pottermore website
“We’re delighted that so many educators, parents and kids tuned into the live webcast and registered for The Harry Potter Reading Club, and we thank J.K. Rowling for sharing the magic of Harry Potter and her love of books and writing with our enthusiastic webcast audience,” said Ellie Berger, President, Scholastic Trade. “Scholastic has been in conversation with educators, librarians, parents and other book lovers about ideas for bringing the Harry Potter books to new readers in exciting and different ways, and the webcast and Reading Club give us the perfect way to do that.”

About Pottermore
Pottermore.com is a free-to-use website, partnered by Sony, that can be enjoyed alongside the Harry Potter books. It is the only place to read new Harry Potter content by J.K. Rowling, and is the exclusive retailer of the Harry Potter eBooks.
Can one have friends in Pottermore? How cool would it be to be friends with a total stranger that you think it's pretty cool and that stranger ended up being freaking J.K.Rowling?! I think I would faint.
Anyways, I hope you found this info helpful, and now I am off to listen to this webcast!!

The Silk Campaign: Reached (Matched #3) by Ally Condie Quotes + Countdown Widget!

So who is excited to see the thrilling conclusion to the Matched trilogy? I so am! To be honest Crossed left me more tha a little dissapointed because I expected more, but that doesn't mean they can't go out with a bang! A lot os series suffer the midway lull and end up finishing stronger than ever. So again, high hopes for Reached!
Now, thanks to the wonderful people @PenguinTeen I was able to receive a copy of Reached for reviewing purposes, which I will start reading this weekend since MIDTERMS ARE FINALLY OVER (I fan girled so hard when I opened up that package you wouldn't believe). I will be having a giveaway for some Matched/Crossed/Reached pins plus some AWESOME POSTERS like this one:
... sometime soon, but for now I want you guys to do something for me and I will do something for you in return. I shall post my favorite quotes from Reached as I go along reading it every other day until the release date (which is Nov. 13th, 7 days before my birthday). In the mean time you guys can go ahead and  "Like" Matched for me!

(You are more than welcome to post this widget in your blog or other site, go nuts! The widget is also located on the right sidebar of this blog.)
Now for the quotes, this time it's Cassia's turn in the spotlight, next time it might just be Ky's...

Quote #1:
Quote #2:


Tuesday 9 October 2012

Beautiful Creatures Movie News: Mini Trailer Extravaganza!! (Plus Commentary Extras)

When they announced that Beautiful Creatures was going to be a movie I rolled my eyes and paid no mind. So many YAs have been turned into movies lately that it wasn't really that big of a deal, I reserved my judgement until cast had been announced. Well now, months later, I have to say that I am eagerly expecting the arrival of Beautiful Creatures, and it's all thanks to this trailer.


Oh gosh I got goose bumps just watching that O.O it looks so good! I am really liking the cast, all except, you guessed it, Ethan. Still don't like him, he looks and acts too old! Ethan in the book sure was  wise for his age, but he was still a teen. But the dark casters, the clothing, the camera work, the setting... everything feels right. I am actually very eager to watch it now. Gotta re read the book before the movie comes out though!

Did you like it? Are you excited? Do you like Ethan? Is it just me that finds him old/creepy?

Saturday 6 October 2012

Cover Winner of September; New Covers for October.

The book with the best cover to hit shelves on August was...

Oh no a shocker! EVERYBODY loved this cover, it's beautiful. The dress, the dark background... Okay so not shocked it won.


Total Votes: 57

New Covers for October:

Holy Gosh, I love all of these! I have Crewel, Mystic City and LOST PRINCE (reviews to come), yet to get Valkyre Rising and counting the days down till The Evolution of Mara Dyer gets out. Now, I have it on good authority that there's going to be having a giveaway for one copy of The Lost Prince happen here around October 15th, so I thought to give you guys a heads up!

As always the voting in on the left sidebar, remember to vote! I also made a slideshow (it's on the top of the page) with January to October 2012 releases, with each passing month I increase the number of covers. It shows the date the books are released as well. You are welcome.

Which is your favorite? Also, you can leave suggestion in the comment box for covers for next month. Suggestions are always welcomed.

PS; All of these covers, and many many more, you can find at Bloody Bookaholic's Facebook Page. Check it out and you are welcome to "like" it. (Seriously, like it!)

PPS; Just wanted to remind you guys of the ticking clock for the The Highly Anticipated YA Fall 2012 Giveaway, you don't wanna miss out.
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