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Queen of the Dead by Stacey Kade
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Jul 03, 2011

it was amazing
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Read from June 17 to 18, 2012

The Ghost and the Goth by Stacey Kade

Good bye Reading Slump, hello Salvation

God it has been so long since I've picked this book up! I remember reading the first book...I think it was a year ago. It was absolutely fabulous of course. And then lucky me, I won this book read a few pages put it down and forgot about it.

Shameful I know...

Well I've been working on getting back into reading since its summer so I'm having a massive reading marathon. And this is one of the few books to help me get back into YA. Oh YA how I've missed you so!

I absolutely loved this book! It wasn't the same as the Ghost & the Goth but it was definitely a fantastic sequel. At least parts of it were. There's a big chunk of the book where everything seemed to drag with info and I honestly considered not finishing it. But then something happened & BOOM the plot picked up!

I didn't love Will as much in this book but I did feel bad for the way he was struggling with his past. Surprise surprise, I was more interested in Alona and her so called 'journey'. I don't like giving spoilers but the plot got so intense that I could not put this book down!

Overall, I really loved this book. To my utter surprise, the third book has come out without me even realizing. Guess a lot happens when you fall out of the reading world. There are a lot of books that I've missed lately from some of my favorite series that I've completely missed so when I come back from my vacation, I'm going to go on a book spree. Body & Soul is definitely on my list :)

Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars
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Nitzan Schwarz I love these books, and you are a very shameful person indeed! Putting this book away and leaving the book world? Tsk, tsk...
xD
This book was definitely more informative than his former, but I still liked it. I love Will, but Alona is agreeably the more interesting character in terms of character development, because she's the one who really goes through a journey throughout this books and you can see a noticeable change in her through the series.
You've GOT to read Body and Soul! And tell me what you thought of it when you do!


Lindsay Yes I've had trouble staying in the reading world. Life is just so much and I'm hoping I can finish my reading challenge. Plus I have so many reviews to catch up on...ugh life as a reader.


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