Luke’s Reading Round-Up

obsidian-cover5Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Katy moves to West Virginia. After a stranger attacks her, Daemon, her arrogant and infuriating neighbour who seems to always forget to put a shirt on, freezes time. Because of this supernatural ability occurring in her presence, she shines like a beacon of light to the Luxen (what Daemon and his sister, Dee, are) and the Arum (not-so good aliens). I have to agree with a reviewer: it does have serious competition with I Am Number Four. It was such a compelling and enjoyable read, and I definitely recommend it.

Onyx by Jennifer L. Armentrout

The Department of Defense arrive in town, and if they discover what Daemon can do and that he and Katy are linked, they’ll be taken away—or killed. Also, a new boy comes to town, and he has a secret of his own. Just like Obsidian, it was indeed compelling and such an epic read.

Dare You ToDare You To by Katie McGarry

It follows Beth Risk as she overcomes the obstacle of learning how to trust—both herself and others—and Ryan Stone as he risks everything for Beth, who won’t let him get too close. Dare You To was awesome! Kate McGarry has impressed me yet again!

Seven Minutes in Heaven by Sara Shepard

Sutton’s body shows up in Sabina Canyon, and suddenly everyone knows there are two girls who look like Sutton Mercer. First assumed as Emma’s body, Emma has no idea how long it will take until the truth comes out—that Sutton is dead. It’s sad that another great series has ended. This is my favourite book in the series, but I have to admit that Sutton’s killer was kind of predictable.

Starlight by Erin Hunter

The Clans have finally arrived in their new home, after following the prophecies of their warrior ancestors, StarClan, but Leafpaw, the ThunderClan Medicine cat’s apprentice, knows they must find a replacement for the Moonstone, a place to communicate with StarClan. Not only this, but one cat

starlight

has plans that could lead to violence and darkness. Beautiful description, action-packed, and filled with good and bad cats, this is another great example of good and evil.

Wanted by Sara Shepard

In the eighth installment in the Pretty Little Liars series, Aria, Hanna, Emily and Spencer, along with the rest of Rosewood, discover a secret that the DiLaurentis family has managed to keep: their dead daughter, Alison, who turned the four Pretty Little Liars into the beautiful girls they are now, has a twin sister named Courtney. Another dramatic and scandalous book in this series about four pretty little liars.

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