Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Top Ten Tuesday (123)

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Top Ten Most Anticipated Releases For The First Half of 2016
1. Lady Midnight (The Dark Artifices #1) by Cassandra Clare
2. The Raven King (The Raven Cycle #4) by Maggie Stiefvater
3. A Court of Mist and Fury (A Court of Thorns and Roses #2) by Sarah J. Maas  
4. Glass Sword (Red Queen #2) by Victoria Aveyard
5. Passenger by Alexandra Bracken
6. Truthwitch by Susan Dennard
7. The Siren by Kiera Cass
8. Burn (Four Sisters #2) by Elissa Sussman
9. The Mirror King (The Orphan Queen #2) by Jodi Meadows
10. The Shadow Queen (Ravenspire #1) by C.J. Redwine
Monday, December 28, 2015

Review: Winter

Title: Winter
Author: Marissa Meyer
Release Date: November 10th, 2015
Publisher: Feiwel and Friends
Rating: 5 Cows
Goodreads Description: Princess Winter is admired by the Lunar people for her grace and kindness, and despite the scars that mar her face, her beauty is said to be even more breathtaking than that of her stepmother, Queen Levana.

Winter despises her stepmother, and knows Levana won’t approve of her feelings for her childhood friend—the handsome palace guard, Jacin. But Winter isn’t as weak as Levana believes her to be and she’s been undermining her stepmother’s wishes for years. Together with the cyborg mechanic, Cinder, and her allies, Winter might even have the power to launch a revolution and win a war that’s been raging for far too long.

                                                                    Can Cinder, Scarlet, Cress, and Winter defeat Levana and find their happily ever afters?


Despite its length of 824 pages, Winter by Marissa Meyer was worth every second spent reading it. Sad to think it’s all over now though! Even though the ending of Winter was perfect and wrapped up everything without leaving you questioning anything, I will admit, I’m still holding onto hope that Marissa Meyer will change her mind and decide to add another story to the series.  As someone who LOVED Fairest, which was a story told from Levana’s POV and which I initially thought I would hate (I’m not usually a big fan of bridge books), I wouldn’t be opposed to reading a book from Kai’s POV or even Jacin’s!  Marissa Meyer I’m officially putting in my request…:)

Winter had so much potential (which it definitely lived up to) because we finally got to see all our favorite characters from the first three books interact with one another and work to bring down Levana and her reign of terror over the people of Luna and Earth.  This was by far my favorite element of Winter because each of the main characters had SUCH different personalities that I wasn’t sure how well they would get on with one another.  Other than a few punches thrown (one case in which it was well deserved ***cough cough Jacin***), they all managed to get along good.  For a group of very sassy individuals, that’s saying something! The Lunar Chronicles never fails to make me laugh, whether its Scarlet’s fond greeting for Winter (“Hey crazy”) or Thorne’s ridiculous humor, so this book was no exception.  One of my favorite scenes is when Winter is talking to Levana’s wolf soldiers in an attempt to get them to join their side of the fight.  Even though Winter’s sanity contributes to the humor at times, it’s hard NOT to laugh at some of the ridiculous things she says.  They’re two seconds away from being eaten by wolves and she asks them if they want to play fetch. What I love about Winter is that even though no one else (except possibly Jacin) is able to follow her line of thinking, she’s actually quite smart. 

Without giving away the ending here, I do want to talk about it a bit.  Even though it was fitting for everything that happened, I couldn’t help but feel a little guilty about how things played out.  After getting to know all of the characters so intimately from reading the first three books (and Fairest), I had a hard time coming to terms with the fate of some of the characters at the end of Winter.  Did anyone else feel this way? Or is it just me? I’m not even referring to just deaths specifically here.  I thought some of the nastiest characters in this book (hi Adri and Pearl I’m looking at you) got off easy.  I feel as if there’s a message from Meyer here: life isn’t fair?   I don’t know, maybe that’s me overanalyzing it, but I wasn’t overly thrilled to see some of the bad guys get off so easy.  Call me old school, but I believe in karma. 
Those complaints aside, I thought Winter was by far one of the best endings to a series that I’ve read in a long time. It was conclusive, but not without its fair share of surprises.  It’ll keep you on your toes, especially during the last 100 pages of the book.  It’s been a fun ride Lunar fans!  Now I need a new series to get hooked on! Any suggestions? 

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Top Ten Tuesday (122)

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Top Ten Books I Wouldn't Mind Santa Leaving Under My Tree This Year
In all honesty, many of these books are ones I put on my wishlist/know I am getting already! What are some books you wished for this holiday season? 
1. #Girlboss by Sophia Amoruso
2. Harry Potter: The Creature Vault: The Creatures and Plants of the Harry Potter Films by Jody Revenson
3. The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook by Dinah Bucholz
4. My Drunk Kitchen: A Guide to Eating, Drinking, and Going With Your Gut by Hannah Hart
5. Love Letters To The Dead by Ava Dellaira
6. The Psychology of Harry Potter: An Unauthorized Examination of The Boy Who Lived by Neil Mulholland
7. Harry Potter: Magical Places From the Films: Hogwarts, Diagon Alley, and Beyond by Jody Revenson
8. Untamed (Splintered #3.5) by A. G. Howard 
9. The Arcana Chronicles Series by Kresley Cole
10. Sounds Like Me: My Life (So Far) In Song by Sara Bareilles

Monday, December 21, 2015

Review: When Joss Met Matt

Title: When Joss Met Matt
Author: Ellie Cahill
Release Date: February 24th 2015
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages: 368 pages
Rating: 5 Cows

Goodreads Description:
Dating can be fun, but it can leave a nasty taste in your mouth. For Joss, ever since her longtime boyfriend cheated on her, she doesn’t want her last memory of a guy to be that jerk. Enter her college friend, Matt. They come up with a theory: after a bad break-up, a person needs to cleanse the palate with a little sorbet sex. Lovers for a night, but always back to being friends in the morning. The two can handle it because they have a contract: rules they wrote, rules they follow and rules they can sometimes bend. The arrangement works: everyone needs a little sorbet now and again … until it starts to be the only thing you want. And then Joss breaks the one rule they never wrote down: don’t fall in love.

            Sorbet is usually [a] fruit flavored ice served as a dessert or between courses as a palate refresher. In “When Joss Met Matt” though, the idea of sorbet takes on a whole new meaning.  Having met during their freshman year of college, Joss and Matt hit it off as friends right away. Initially, there appeared to be some chemistry between the two, but at the time Joss was still dating her high school boyfriend named Ben.  Fast forward a few months and Ben and Joss’s relationship end after a particularly long weekend Ben and Joss spent holed up in her dorm room making up for lost time.  Determined to get revenge and cleanse herself of Ben, Joss goes out on Halloween.  By the end of the night she leaves with Matt and they have a heart to heart about exes.  What works to get over them?  What doesn’t?  How do you get over sex with them and move on to someone else?  Enter sorbet sex.
            At first, it seems to work ok.  In fact, it works so great that this whole sorbet thing lasts for 7 years between Matt and Joss.  They even have rules for how it should work, written down on a piece of paper they jokingly wrote in college.  Every time Matt or Joss gets out of a bad relationship, that person calls the other and asks them for sorbet.  Cleansing the pallet, right?
            I thought this whole concept of sorbet sex was hilarious, because I have plenty of friends who have done something similar to this with a friend when getting over a bad breakup.  I was surprised to see how long Matt and Joss were able to pull it off though, considering most times this sort of thing (also referred to as friends with benefits) seems to end badly.  I liked that Ellie Cahill included opinions from others about Joss and Matt’s relationship from time to time, because it was a pretty accurate portrayal of how I think people normally view this sort of arrangement in real life.  Often times I’ve heard people call their friends whores for participating in something like this and that they’re better off having a one night stand and moving on.  Which brings me to my next question: Is it better to hook up with a complete stranger in order to cleanse your pallet or do it with someone you feel confortable with and already know? 
            One of my favorite aspects of “When Joss Met Matt” is the way in which it was written.  Not only is it downright hilarious at times (Joss and Matt’s banter is absolutely hysterical and keeps things interesting) but the chapters are also separated into scenes from the present and their past.  As Joss and Matt are starting to realize (after 7+ years of doing this) that sorbet sex is getting in the way of their relationships, the book flashes back to specific instances in their friendship that they’ve helped each other out and talks about the relationships they were in at the time.
            Honestly, if you read Wholly-Books frequently you’ll know NA is a relatively new genre I started getting into this year.  As a college senior I love this genre because I can relate to it the most and I love a good romance story from time to time.  As far as NA books go though, this is by far my favorite this year. Matt and Joss’s story is fun to read about and quite steamy at times, but not so much that it takes away from the story itself.  I’ve often felt that with NA the sex scenes can get so out of hand at times that the story ends up feeling like a bad retelling of Fifty Shades of Grey.  With “When Joss Met Matt” though I didn’t feel that way at all.  Fans of Dahlia Adler and Kristy Centeno’s NA books will undoubtedly love Ellie Cahill’s book!  I might also add that the author, Ellie Cahill(who also goes by Liz), is just as awesome as her book is! I met her for the first time two weekends ago at Liza Wreimer’s Novel Cusine Luncheon (for more details read Heidi’s blog post here) and I was so excited to find out she brought copies of this book! 

Friday, December 18, 2015

Guest Post & Giveaway: "Take a Look Inside"


Take a Look Inside
By Dawn Carrington, Editor-in-Chief of Vinspire Publishing

When I was looking to buy a house a few years ago, I spent a lot of time online perusing the houses, and I drove through neighborhoods during the day and at night to see if it was a place I could picture myself living.

There were many areas where the houses would languish for months without being sold, and once I ventured into the neighborhood, I knew the reason why. I didn’t need to look inside the house to know it wasn’t a place I’d want to live. 

In areas where the houses were snapped up quickly, I did want to see what the houses were like, why people bought them, and what made them sell so quickly. Obviously, some people had done some things right to make those houses such a hot commodity.

Sometimes, the outside of the houses were beautiful, but once I got inside, I noticed the problems. Water spots on the ceiling, cracks in the kitchen counters, and crumbling back porches. These weren’t faults that could be seen from just standing on the curb admiring the house from a distance or looking at pictures. And if I hadn’t looked inside, I might have bought a house that would cost more to repair than it did to buy it. Even though I passed on several houses, I knew someone would buy those older houses because they enjoyed tackling those problems and creating their own dream house.

In some ways, I look at books the same. I start out by being captured by the cover art and the book description. If I’m awed enough, I’ll read the excerpt because I want to see what the inside is like before I make a purchase. I want to see how other writers entice readers, how they tell their story, and how they keep people coming back for more.

Occasionally, the inside of the book is just like a faulty house, and I end up passing on the purchase. I got inside and took a look around, but the book wasn’t for me. If I like the first excerpt but I’m still not quite sure, I might visit a few other places with different excerpts. Just like visiting rooms of a house, I want to see beyond the initial face that is presented to the world. Occasionally, though, I’m bowled away by the initial read, and I’ll instantly buy the book.

While a cover and a great book description can really catch a reader’s eye, I encourage you to read the excerpts. If the first one doesn’t connect with you immediately, but you still like how the story sounds, search out more excerpts. Most authors will post different parts of their story at various place like their website, Wattpad, Booksie, Facebook, and more.

If, however, that first excerpt ignites your desire to read the story, listen to your instincts even if it’s not your usual type of story. Excerpts can bring you into a new world of reading, connect you with an author you’ve never read, and draw you into a story you just have to read.


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Thursday, December 17, 2015

Movie Review: Mockingjay Part 2

Today we are pleased to welcome Beth Kelly to the blog for her movie review on Mockingjay Part 2. 

 Beth Kelly is a freelance writer and blogger based in Chicago, IL. After graduating from DePaul University with a degree in Communications she taught English throughout Southeast Asia. Now back in the Windy City, more often than not you can find her baking bread at home with her pet rabbit Anthony Hopkins. She’s currently studying Italian and hopes to travel to Europe this summer. Find her on Twitter @bkelly_88

Freedom for Katniss in the Fourth and Final Hunger Games

After the first three films in the Hunger Games franchise set box offices aflame, it’s no surprise that this final installment returned to fan the fire that got started three years ago. Bleaker in both tone and content than the first film, released in 2012, Mockingjay Part 2 introduces us to an older, wiser and seemingly more trampled and tired Katniss. This change in tone stays true to the original books, where the real cost of war is exposed and Katniss suffers enormously almost to the very end.

This darkness is not unexpected, given the fact that the entire series is based on a fairly grim premise. The story of a single girl fighting against a system that sacrifices children annually in a televised fight to the death could never be told “lightly.” Even so, the first film - much like the first book - focused on Katniss' personal battles and ended with a distinctive air of victory. She managed to suffer through the trials alive, and her beloved sister is safe.

The tone is quite different in Mockingjay. The latest film finds Katniss broken down and exhausted by the war she set off, before continuing to pile more tragedy on top of what she has already endured. Though the single Mockingjay book was divided into two films, the movie is otherwise quite true to the original tale. Anyone who missed the first three films in the series may want to catch them on Hulu or DTV before watching the final chapter, as the finale won't make much sense otherwise.

Actress Jennifer Lawrence, who played another tough-but-tortured character in Winter's Bone (2010), is able to show both Katniss' fragility and her strength. She brings a depth to the character not many other actresses her age could muster. The multiple layers visible in Lawrence's character help appeal to a female audience tired of being represented by one dimensional characters. Actors Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth play her love interests and fellow warriors. Their characters provide moral support for Katniss while also giving her an additional choice to wrestle with.

As a fan of the series who found the final book hard to read, the final movie was likewise hard to watch. Katniss loses loved ones and, in turn, almost loses herself. She also has to make decisions which weigh heavily on her conscience, making more difficult choices than in the earlier books, where anytime she killed she did it in pure self-defense or the defense of someone else. The conclusion of Mockingjay shows us a very different Katniss - one that has nothing left to lose. However, it is impossible to skip the finale of her story or to stop rooting for her throughout. While war changes her, it changes people in real life too. The PTSD she struggles with is something our returning soldiers must fight as well. If it's hard to watch it's because it strikes close to the bone, not because it is trite or untrue.

Though fans of the book may go into the theaters already braced for the suffering they are about to see, even those who never cracked the covers know Kat isn't in for an easy ride in Mockingjay. They won't leave the theater disappointed. Action-packed to the very end, author Suzanne Collins gives viewers the only ending she could have. Despite all the death and suffering, the audience is left with hope as well. Katniss is changed, but no longer broken. Without giving too much away I can still say that this is the ending the series needed, neither too light nor too dark.
Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Top Ten Tuesday (121)

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Top Ten Best Books I Read In 2015
In no particular order, here are my FAVORITE books from 2015! 
1. Heir of Fire by Sarah J Maas
2. Queen of Shadows by Sarah J Maas
3. P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han
4. Bone Gap by Laura Ruby
5. A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas
-I'm sensing a theme here....:)
6. Rule by Jay Crownover
7. Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley
8. A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin
9. Splintered by A. G. Howard
10. Dangerous Lies by Becca Fitzpatrick
Monday, December 14, 2015

Dream Boy

Title: Dream Boy
Author: Mary Crockett and Madelyn Rosenberg
Release Date: July 1, 2014
Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
Pages: 336 pages
Rating: 3.5 Cows

Goodreads Description: Annabelle Manning feels like she’s doing time at her high school in Chilton, Virginia. She has her friends at her lunchtime table of nobodies. What she doesn’t have are possibilities. Or a date for Homecoming. Things get more interesting at night, when she spends time with the boy of her dreams. But the blue-eyed boy with the fairytale smile is just that—a dream. Until the Friday afternoon he walks into her chemistry class.

One of friends suspects he’s an alien. Another is pretty sure it’s all one big case of deja vu. While Annabelle doesn’t know what to think, she’s willing to believe that the charming Martin Zirkle may just be her dream come true. But as Annabelle discovers the truth behind dreams—where they come from and what they mean—she is forced to face a dark reality she had not expected. More than just Martin has arrived in Chilton. As Annabelle learns, if dreams can come true, so can nightmares.

            What happens when your darkest thoughts and greatest wishes from dreams start to come to life? Well, that’s what Annabelle Manning is about to find out. Fans of Maggie Stiefvater’s, The Dream Thieves, will love Dream Boy by author duo Mary Crockett and Madelyn Rosenberg.  This YA debut will make you question who is real and who are “dreams,” people who crossed the dream threshold bridging the gap between the dream world and the real world.
            For me, one of my favorite parts about this book was that Crockett and Rosenberg made an effort to include some psychoanalysis about dreams.  As someone who used to keep a dream journal, I find the whole concept of dreams and why we dream the things we do, fascinating.  Apparently I’m not the only one.  As Annabelle quickly discovers, there's more than one person with a vested interest in dreams in her small town of Chilton, Virginia.   
            There was so much potential for this book that quite frankly, I thought just wasn’t reached. I liked the plot itself, but it was lacking in so many regards that it kind of ruined the book for me.  Dream Boy had a great start, but it tapered off pretty quickly. There were your typical run-of-the-mill scenes featuring football games and high school dances that were just a little too cliché for me.  Understandably football games and dances ARE a big aspect of high school culture in our world today, but their inclusion in the book almost felt forced and took away from the storyline for me.  It felt similar to a sentiment voiced by someone I met recently, who basically said including diversity for the sake of diversity is defeating the purpose of it altogether.  If you can do it well, great! If not, you should probably avoid using it altogether.  I think the same can be said of some of these elements in YA books.
            Despite these gripes, I do think Dream Boy was decent!  It’s relatively short and makes for a quick read, which may have been its saving grace (at least for me) because it diverted attention from the substandard parts of the book. While I didn’t fall in love with the main characters, I did like Will, Martin, and Annabelle.  Although I haven’t heard of any sequels to this book, I am holding out some hope that there might be more to this story down the road and I would be willing to read more by Crockett and Rosenberg.  


Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Top Ten Tuesday (120)

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Top Ten New-To-Me Authors That I Read in 2015
1. George R. R. Martin
-I started reading Game of Thrones this month and I've never read any of Martin's previous work.  
2. Katherine Harbour
-For those of you who visit Wholly-Books regularly, you know how much we love Katherine Harbour. I read her series, Night and Nothing, this year and am currently anticipating the release of the 3rd book in the series in 2016! 
3. Leigh Bardugo
-This is the most recent of "new-to-me" authors that I've read in 2015, as I've just finished reading Six of Crows (which was fantastic by the way).  Unlike most people though, I did not read the Grisha series prior to starting Six of Crows so this is my first time reading anything by her!
4. Abbi Glines
5. A. C. Gaughen
-I read the entire Scarlet series this year after meeting Gaughen in Illinois at a book signing. This series (and Gaughen's writing) are INCREDIBLE. If this is an author you haven't read anything by yet, you should definitely add to your TBR!
6. Martina Boone
7. Kresley Cole
-The Arcana Chronicles are magical and was perhaps one of my favorite series I read in 2015.  As such, I am a big Kresley Cole fan now.
8. A. G. Howard
-Ok I lied in #7. The Splintered series is possibly one of my favorite series I read in 2015.  Let's say they are a tie:) I know this series has been around for quite some time now, but it wasn't until 2015 that I gave this series a go and read the entire thing.  When I did finally get around to it though I read all 2 books in about a week. Fans of Alice in Wonderland and Holly Black will LOVE this dark retelling of Alice.
9. Christopher Golden
10. Elissa Sussman
Monday, December 7, 2015

Review: Graveyard Shifts

Title: Graveyard Shifts
Author: Laura Del
Release Date: December 5th, 2012
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Pages: 232 pages
Rating: 3.5 Cows

Goodreads Description: Sent on an assignment to find the best diner in New York, Pat Wyatt is more than happy to complete it, but not alone. Recruiting her best friend Christina Iglesias to join her, she sets out on her fateful mission, completely oblivious to what lies ahead. When a handsome stranger walks through the doors of the last diner of the day, Pat is not impressed with the striking man, and quickly leaves the restaurant…only to be followed out by the attractive mystery man. Following a whirlwind of marriage proposals and Hamptons’ mansions is the creeping recognition that everyone seems to be afraid of her new husband and that he might not be as perfect as he seems. With everything inside pushing her toward an impossible realization, Pat must decide if she can trust the outlandish instincts she has inside and truly believe her husband, Samuel Satané, is a vampire. Graveyard Shifts: A Pat Wyatt Novel is a captivating piece of fiction that forgoes the traditional love story that is prevalent in so many novels. Pat’s story takes readers on a journey of love that happens after marriage, which adds real-world credibility to an otherwise fantastic scenario. Not to be confused with other novels though, Pat’s story is more about her strength of character than her reliance on any particular man. Written for women and men interested in horror fiction and romance, Graveyard Shifts is a gripping novel that is easy to pick up and hard to put down. With its sarcastic wit and dark tone, the novel keeps a perfect pace that never lulls. A fun, dramatic, and entertaining read from the very beginning, Graveyard Shifts is a wonderful new book that offers a unique take on horror fiction and the ever-popular vampire romance novels everywhere.


            Laura Del, author of Graveyard Shifts, was kind enough to send me a physical copy of her book a few weeks ago.  As many of you already know, I am a lover of paranormal romance ESPECIALLY when there’s vampires involved.  As soon as I read the description for this book, I knew I wanted to give it a go.
            Graveyard Shifts does not start off slow, an aspect of the book that I really appreciated.  From the start, we are introduced to 3 of the main characters and 2 of said characters get married HOURS after meeting each other at a diner! Talk about a whirlwind romance! If coffee shops are the new Las Vegas meet-up for weddings, maybe I need to frequent a few more myself! LOL.
            Although I loved that the book hit the ground running, I will say that I wished the meeting between Pat and Sam wasn’t as rushed, because it ended up feeling a little unrealistic. After leaving the restaurant Pat is confronted by Sam, who basically asks her if a) she’ll sleep with him, to which she replies no, or b) she’ll marry him.  Keep in mind; Sam hasn’t even properly introduced himself yet. For all she knows (and what most of us would assume if we met someone like this) Sam could be a stalker/ax murderer (I’ve seen one too many scary movies, can you tell?).  Yet, Pat agrees to it!
            One of my favorite elements of Graveyard Shifts is that it featured new mythical creatures and a different set of rules that the vampires lived by. It was refreshing to see a new storyline that didn’t feel like a retelling of Twilight (although I love Twilight, I want to see something new for a change). I liked Laura Del’s spin on compulsion (for fans of Vampire Diaries), which essentially meant Sam was able to influence the thoughts of humans, especially that of Pat’s in the book.  What’s interesting is that knowing this kept me guessing whether or not Pat was compelled to marry Sam and if she was, would she have agreed to the marriage if she hadn’t been compelled? Initially Sam is extremely charming and charismatic so I can see why Pat fell for him, but his demeanor grows mean in more than one scene when he doesn’t get his way.
            As I mentioned earlier, this book also introduced a new-to-me mythical creature: golems. I don’t want to spoil anything for readers so I will avoid saying who this creature was/is, but I will say this is the first I am learning about them! It’s actually very fascinating and even if you don’t plan on picking this book up you should google golems at the very least and learn a little bit about them!
            While I do worry that for some readers who read a lot of books in this genre, Graveyard Shifts might come off a bit cheesy or redundant as far as plot is concerned, I think that the book has enough redeeming qualities to make it worth reading.  It is a relatively quick read and as I mentioned earlier, the story takes off right away, which is why I had a hard time putting it down.  I finished almost the entire thing in one sitting. It’s hard not to when SO MUCH happens in each chapter! Laura Del certainly knows how to captivate her audience and keep a reader’s attention.  I never knew what to expect from chapter to chapter and as such, I found myself hooked from the start. Although here on Wholly-Books we don’t typically use 1/2 star ratings, I made an exception to the rule with this review because Graveyard Shifts was actually closer to a 4 than a 3 for me. This is my first book from Laura Del and I look forward to seeing what her writing will produce in the future!


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