Sunday, November 27, 2011

Book Review: Soulstice by Simon Holt

The Vours: Evil, demonic beings that inhabit human bodies on Sorry Night, the darkest hours of the winter soulstice."
"Six Months...
Since Reggie first discovered the existence of Vours in a tattered journal.
Since her little brother, Henry, began to mutilate animals and turn against her.
Since she learned to overcome her fear and destroyed a Vour to save Henry.
Now as the summer solstice approaches, the Vours still haunt Reggie, but only in her dreams- until one night, when an unexpected visitor turns her nightmares into reality."

I still get amazed by the ideas behind a Vour. A monster that you can't see, a monster that can live all around you, and mostly a monster that knows everyones deepest fear.
However Simon Holt came up with this idea, I must say I'm jealous of his imagination.
I loved the characters and found this book alot better than the first one. The action was the perfect amount and you got to know the main character more.
I would suggest this book to anyone who is interested in horror or mystery.
There is a little bit of strong language and in my library it was found in the Young Adult section... just so you know!
Sincerely, Sidny♥♪♫

Spoiler: Soulstice by Simon Holt

After the first book, I didn't think I would like the second one at all but I give every series three chances! (that goes for people too).
This book was very well written and the ideas were better protrayed. We also learnt alot more about the characters.
Reggie: I felt like in the first book we were hearing about a stranger but in this book we got to know her and her fears/ feelings. She is truely a good person who just wants to help everyone. I'm sad that Quinn was such a jerk to her and I truly believed that he was not a bad vour but that's an oxymoron. I'm not so happy that she told her dad what was going on! No shit he thought she was crazzzzyyyyy.
Aaron: Is it plain to anyone else that he loves Reggie? Or is it all in my head? I mean they would be so cute together... fighting evil. Best superhero couple ever? I think maybe!
Eben: WTF! He died? I hate when my favourite people die but I guess he couldn't be a ninja like vour hunter 4ever :(
Quinn: I thought he was an exception and that he was a good Vour and proving that Vours could change! Well that kinda blew up in my face. But now he has changed and he's all lovely and human again :D
Dr. Unger: What a freak? Did he ever think that if he helped the Vours he would get Vourized? Seriously!
My Favourite Parts:
♥Pg. 59
"Reggie set the box upon the table and stared at it for a few minutes, half-expecting it to explode. Finally, she undid the ribbon and opened it.
She screamed and pushed the box away. It teetered on the edge of the table and fell, scattering the dainty pink and white flowers that were inside it across the floor. The flowers were covered in a sticky red liquid.
Bleeding Hearts."

♥Pg. 94
" "Freshman year,' he said.'We made it. And with only one body possession and one accidental death to our names.' "

♥Pg. 121
" 'You know, Halloway, I think you like having me around.'
Reggie's eyes flashed.
'Sorry. Demons aren't my type.' "

♥Pg. 133
" 'This isn't one of your novels!' Eben shouted at him. 'The villian can't be vanquished and the hero won't win!' He grabbed Aaron by the collar. 'There are fates far worse than mortal death. Do you understand? I will not let her risk a suffering beyond human understanding for the slim hope of saving strangers! Would you? Would you let her soul die for this?' "

♥Pg. 174
" 'Wait you're a Tracer?'
'Is anyone in this town who they say they are?' Aaron stood up and rubbed his wrist. 'Is it something in the water or what?'

♥Pg. 199
" 'Jesus, Cole do you need a kleenex or a hug or what? Quit your whining and get in the car,' "

♥Pg. 203
" He told Even what happened and by the time Aaron finished, the old man had already pulled the oxygen tube out of his nose and the IV out of his arm. He tried to stand but his balance was off, and Aaron had to catch him.
'Whoa, whoa Eben. You can't go anywhere like this.'
'Like hell I can't. Where did they go?'
'The forest preserve behind Thornwood Hospital. Something's back there, but I"m not sure what-'
'That's good enough. Get my clothes, would you? Showing up in one of these backless numbers won't inspire much fear in our enemies.' "

♥Pg. 207
" 'I wish for once the mad scientists would do their experiments at the beach. I could get a tan and fight evil,' "

♥Pg. 210
" The window shattered, but louder than that was the BEEP BEEP BEEP of the car's alarm.
In an instant Eben reached his uninjured hand through and unlocked the driver's door, then slid into the seat and pulled out the car alarm wires beneath the steering column. The beeping stopped. The whole thing had taken about seven seconds.
Eben leaned back in the seat and looked in the rearview mirror. No one was coming. He reached down and fumbled around with more wires, and the car engine roared to life.
Aaron was slack-jawed.
'You're going to teach me how to do that someday, right?'
'Aaron, get in the car.' "
Thanks for reading, and the next on my list to read is Fever 1793 by Laurie Halse Anderson
Sincerely, Sidny♥♪♫

Friday, November 25, 2011

Book Review: The Secrets of Peaches by Jodi Lynn Anderson

"A delicious sequel to the national bestseller Peaches."
"After a magical summer living on a peach orchard, Murphy, Leeda and Birdie confront a series of breakups, make-ups and take-offs. They have to leave one another. along with the orchard that brought them together. But despite their heartbreak, this year's bitter endings could lead to the sweetest of new beginnings."

I'm going to keep this short and sweet.
I love a good chicklit! This book shows alot of character and has a few unexpected twists but all and all it's a very feel good book. I love the characters, the setting and the way that Jodi Lynn Anderson writes interesting things between chapters.
The way that everything connects is amazing and it must have taken her forever to plan it.
I would recommend this to any of my girlfriends. And one who has read it completely agrees. She loves them!
I find that the characters are complex but just enough so. They aren't at all predictable but not so complex that you just can't figure them out.
I will warn any young readers out there that this book contains a few "young adult" moments.
I hope that you all take the time to read, but even if your not a reader this might be a perfect book for you!
Sincerely, Sidny♥♪♫

Spoiler: The Secrets of Peaches by Jodi Lynn Anderson

This book is a little bit of drama, a little bit of sad and a whole bucket full of attitude. The way taht Jodi Lynn Made these characters completely unique and yet the same is amazing and a complex piece of work.
Murphy: She has changed alot in this book and we learn that she is afraid to get attatched. I know that she really loves Rex and he her. I was really mad when she broke up with him to go to New York. I guess something just work that way though. She feels bad about attatchment llike it will hold her down. And in some ways I can understand that. I really love her lippyness. It makes her the perfect amount of caring and sarcastic.
Leeda: She just started to act weird near the end. After the pnemonia. She wanted to seperate herself from everyone so goodbye's would be easier but really I think that just made everything ten times harder!
She was just down right rude and not Murphy rude, but just mean! I was upset by the Pecan Parade when her mother didn't show up. Her mom is all excuses but that doesn't mean that Leeda has to be like that too. I'm happy she moved with Murphy and that she wasn't home as much in this one!
Birdie: She is such a sweetheart. I feel bad about her dad and Poopie (still can't get over that her real name). She must have felt so awkward. I was disappointed when her and Enrico slept together. They should have waited but he only did what she wanted. I think that she should have never stopped talking to Enrico, they're just to right for each other. He's there for her no matter what! I'm happy that they got back together in the end and are both in Mexico!
Rex: It isn't fair that he has to suffer heartache because of Murphy wanting to go. i think he should have went with her. Never leaving her side seems like the best option.They could have even had a long distance relationship, it might have worked!
Enrico: This man might be my dream guy! He doesn't just want sex from Birdie. He truely wants to be with her emotionally and mentally. TRUE LOVE♥
♥Pg. 1
" Summer was one thing. Summer was skinny-dipping in the lake."

♥Pg. 26
"He was trying to get arise out of her by calling her Shorts. Murphy hated nicknames. She made a big deal of not caring and looked behind her. he had a backpack, a themos of what was almost definitely sweet tea, and a tiny radio.
'Are you trying to seduce me?' "

♥Pg. 28
" 'Do you think in your last light you might have been a hobo?' Rex asked. 'Because you look hungry for a train.' "

"Rex took it in, nodding. 'It sounds great. But I wouldn't go for New York. Or to get out of here. I'd be going for the girl.' "

♥PG. 42
"They stepped to the threshold, a little shocked to see piles of ancient tools, farm gear, dusty saddles, and old funiture scattered everywhere. Birdie stood in the middle of all of it.
'Dang, Birdie,' Leeda said. 'If we get all this stuff cleaned out, are we going to find the earth's molten core?' "

♥Pg. 83
" 'My mom's... into me or something. Maybe now. Maybe now that I'm leaving. Or that she's sick. Or something. She calls me, like, three times a day. She's not so bad right now.'
'Not bad relative to Satan?' "

" 'He's just so... just... a...'
'He's a cafe con leche love biscuit,' Murphy said. Thay all knew Birdie was talking about Enrico by the stupid goofy look on her face. Rex let out a short choppy laugh.
But Birdie just sank deeper against the table. 'You know what? I even like the letter E better now,' "

♥Pg. 101
" 'Do you think the fried Mars bar truck will be here?' "

♥Pg. 168
" In all the photos where her mom appeared where her mom appeared, it was the same. Lucretia always looked better. Her hair was neater, her clothes were prettier, her smile was more majestic. She was always her own special and superior island.
'Her smile never reaches her eyes,' Birdie said.
Leeda smiled sardonically. 'That's because she's a robot.' "

♥Pg. 176
" 'Where's my stuff?'
Enrico sat up too. 'You're in my room.' Birdie must have looked horrified because he laughed and then said, 'Don't look so worried, I'm on the couch. ' "

♥Pg. 179
" 'All he talk about is Birdie, Birdie, Birdie.. All summer too, before you told each other how you felt.' "

♥Pg. 191
"It rained and rained. Minute after minute went by, and it didn't let up. How long did heavy rains like this last in Mexico? Birdie could hear Enrico breathing, and it made her nervous to be this alone.
'We may have to sleep here,' Enrico said.
Birdie turned her face to him, horrified, but he laughed. 'Kidding, Birdie.' "

♥Pg. 194
" 'I saw you crying, and...' He, too, seemed to suddenly get how funny it was because he grinned. 'Yeah. And now i have a chicken.' "

♥Pg. 210
" 'HOw long has it been since your last confession?'
Birdie thought. What day was it today? January thirteenth, fourteenth? 'Um, eight months?' It hadn't been since before the summer. She guessed it had slipped her mind.
'Go on.'
'I...' Birdie cleared her throat. 'I Googled a couple of answers on my history test.'
'And... I committed adultery and...' Birdie said it low and fast 'I...'
Birdie swallowed.
'Birdie is this like the time you thought you committed adultery because you had mooned someone?' "

♥Pg. 266
" 'You wanna go do something? Something away from here?'
Murphy seemed to be thinking. 'Yeah.'
'We can do anything you want.'
Murphy seemed to think some more. And then she sat up all the way, and Birdie could finally see something of her in the dark. She could see the white of her smile. Birdie knew to be immediately afraid. "

♥Pg. 282
"Finally she asked, 'Why do you keep loving me, Birdie?'
Birdie looked at her like she was really thinking about it. 'I love you because you're leeda. I just... I don't know, i guess it's too late to not love you. So I just accept you.'
Leeda tried to harness what she wanted to say. It was hard to put it into words. 'I can't even imagine what kind of person you see when you look at me. I mean, I can't think of who it is you think you're accepting.'
Birdie put her hand on Leeda's and crushed her fingers in her brave Birdie way. 'Just you, Leeda. I just love whoever you are.' "

In conclusion to all of that I love this series and hope to read the third one "Love and Peaches" soon. Next on the list is Soulstice.
Sincerely, Sidny♥♪♫

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Book Review: The Devouring by Simon Holt

"The Vours: Evil, dmeonic beings that inhabit human bodies on Sorry Night, the darkest hours of the winter solstice.
When dark creeps in and eats the light.
Bury your fears on Sorry Night.
For in the winter's blackest hours
Comes the feasting of the Vours.
No one can see it, the life they stole,
Your body's here but not your soul..."


While I did enjoy this book and the ideas behind it, I had problem wrapping my head around the organization of all the thoughts. I enjoyed the fact that the Vours could not be seen and even though I got to being all paranoid about every character in the book being a Vour, but the way that the main characters target the "monsters", isn't a conventional one. I do enjoy the idea for certain of unseen monsters because that makes the story more real for the reader. Simon Holt seemed to have a ton of ideas but some of them just didn't seem to connect with each other. Although the plot was a little fuzy for me, the lines and moments are forever etched in my mind.
I know that's a lot of critisim but that's kinda what I do. I either love, like or hate a book. This one I like it, but I don't love it. I do plan, though, to read the sequel Soulstice.

Thanks for reading!
Sincerely, Sidny♥♪♫

Spoiler: The Devouring by Simon Holt

And as you'll see in the review above (that's for those of you who haven't read it yet... I wouldn't wanna spoil this!) this isn't one of my favourite books in the history of time... but I did enjoy it. The beginning was kinda weird. I mean you find a journal in a horror bookstore, that looks to be hand written and you can't find anything about it or anyone else who has it? Seriously I'm pretty sure that that means that you are reading a legit journal.
I feel terrible that Regina's Mom just up and left but I'm thinking she's a Vour.
Regina: She seems almost to have alot of problems, with her life, her mom, her dad and horror is her way of covering it up. And not saying that a girl and guy can't be friends but I think that her and Aaron would be CUTE! Quinn was a total creep and I honestly think Regina deserves to be happy.
Henry: He's just a scared kid dealing with the fact that their mother left them and he thinks its them. It would be hard for a kid his age. I feel terrible he got "possessed" by a Vour.
Aaron: So I'm sure that this kid has some emotional problems... but even if he doestn's he's funny as all get out! And that's a saying around here that means as hell! I think Regina and he are going to be a couple :D
Eben: I thought he was Vour. I'll be honest. He seemed way to good to be true. I like him though now that i think it through.
Macie: Without her they would have never figured out what the frick was going on! Thank gosh. It's to bad that she went insane...
Quinn: Well who saw that coming?!

Favourite Line/Moments:

♥Pg. 4
"When dark creeps in and eats the light,
Bury your fears on Sorry Night.
For in the winter's blackest hour
Comes the feasting of the Vours.
No one can see it, the life they stole,
Your body's here but not your soul..."

" 'It will probably have spider babies in your sock drawer,' said Aaron"

♥Pg. 37
"For Reggie, the shower had always been a sanctuary. All her senses felt different here. The close, shining walls surronding her. The steam blurring everything beyond the tile and glass. the pounding water insulating her from all the other sound."

♥Pg. 47
" 'Murder, Mayhem, and Madness: A History of Serial Killers!'
Reggie rolled her eyes. 'Not more serial killers.'
'This is great stuff, Reg,' said Aaron, flipping through the book. 'Take Richard Chase, the 'Vampire of Sacramento.' He put the blood and brains of his victims in a blender and then drank them; he thought his blood was turning to powder and heneeded fresh goods to replenish it.'
Reggie grimaced. 'Thanks for sharing.' "

" 'Eben,' Regina said, 'we were just playing around.'
'No,' said Eben. 'Cowboys and Indians is playing around.'
'Don't tell Native Americans that,' Reggie said."

♥Pg. 53
"The truth was, she didn't want to be the 'Mommy.' She didn't want to make dinner and do the laundry and the vacuuming. She didn't want to have to look after Henry, and take his temperature, and worry about him, and scold him. She wanted Mom, wherever she was, to stop being a selfish jerk and come home."

"The last time Reggie found the fugitive hamster, it had squirmed into the bathroom cabinet and gnawed through a box of her tampons."

♥Pg. 69
" 'God Henry! I'm inthe bathroom!'
She shut the water off and blotted General Squeak with a washcoth. She wrapped the little corpse with it and stood in the middle of the tiled floor, unsure what to do next. Henry's footsteps came closer.
'What are you doing in there?'
'Parasailing, Henry!' She shouted angrily, kicking the door completely shut. 'What do you think I'm doing in here?' "

♥PG. 118
" 'King Mithridates.' Mom put the book saide. 'Mithridates became a king when he was just a boy. His greatest fear was that someone would poison him to steal his throne. So he gathered up every poison tha tgrew in the kingdom, and as the years went by, each day he ate a tiny bit of one- wolfsbane, deadly night-shade, hemlock, snake root- a different poison every day to strengthen himself against their effects. Three times in his reign traitors poisoned him, but they couldn't kill the king. In a way, he conquered his fear by making it part of him. Like what we do with the books.' "

"I know a secret and secrets breed paranoia."

♥PG. 140
" 'You will regret doing that,' it said in her mind.
Reggie grinned weakly.
'I already do,' she said. 'You taste like ass.' "

♥Pg. 153
" 'How did you do that?' the boy spat. His fingers tightened around her throat. 'I'll rip your head off for that!'
A snow shovel slammed across Henry's back and knocked him to the ground.
'You touch her again and I'll rip your head off.' Aaron pulled Reggie to her feet. 'Get our of here, you evil little bastard.' "
♥Pg. 176
" 'After tonight, I'm only reading cheesy romance novels.'
'Lusty blacksmiths and naughty princesses. Now that's scary.' "

Thanks for reading,

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Book Review: Peaches by Jodi Lynn Anderson

"Three Georgia peaches are in for one juicy summer...
... but Birdie would rather eat Thin Mints and sulck in the A/C
Leeda would prefer to sneak off with her boyfriend, Rex.
And Murphy would rather cause a little mischief.
Together these three very different girls will discover the secret to finding the right boy, making the truest friends, and picking the perfect Georgia peach."


This book is truely one of a kind. I loved every single moment and sometimes I'd start thinking as my friends as the characters... and that's not because I'm insane... well maybe just a little. I loved the way that Jodi made you feel like you were best friends with all the characters as it is. I also enjoyed the little tid bits from the past. I felt like I was watching all the events in this book take place. This is a great girl read. If you like chickflicks and you like to read you would most likely enjoy this book. The most important thing I can say is that this book is like A country Gossip Girl novel. The drama is just right! THANK YOU JODI LYNN ANDERSON FOR AN AMAZING CHICKLIT ABOUT TRUE FRIENDS!
I can't wait to start reading the sequel "The Secrets of Peaches" as soon as I complete "The Devouring".
Hope you enjoy :D Sincerely, Sidny ♥

Spoiler: Peaches by Jodi Lynn Anderson

This book, is a gift to us all and we should cherish it close to our hearts.It shows who we are behind the walls we make. I found that in my group of three friends, we all kinda relate to one of the three main characters.
Muphy: I think I relate most with Murphy she's sarcastic and sometimes even blunt but inside she's a really good person. She puts on a tough front but I always think that deep inside she cares. I'm happy for her and Rex. They are super cute!
Birdie: She is so naive and believes everything.. I thnk this relates to my friend "Beth". She's naive in a good way though, Beth, like Birdie always believes in teh best of everyone and has so much hope. Hope is a strong thing and without it things are not quite the same. I love how the hurricane missed them but just enough. It was a great way to show how great Birdie's character was. I'm unbelievably ecstatic that the orchard stayed and that the got Enrico.
Leeda: Leeda seems to have this perfect life but in reality she's just putting on a show that everything is all right. Which it really isn't. I hate how her mother treats her like absolute shit. And sometimes her sister can be a brat too but all and all with the help of her friends she works things out. It's sad that she lost Rex but I don't think she loved him anyway. I think she relates to my friend "Kyla." She is always worried about everyone else and doesn't worry about her own problems.
Rex: He shouldn't have cheated on Leeda but he really did work better with Murphy. They just seemed meant for each other. And though I don't believe cheating is ever the answer.. they were meant to be.
Enrico: Strange and mysterious. I like him also :D
These character make the story!

Favourite Moments/ Lines

♥PG. 7
" 'Who cares? I just want to go somewhere.'
'Done. We'll hit Bob's Big Boy. I'm starving,' Gavin said, subsituting love of sex for love of food in the grand tradition of all guys everywhere."

♥Pg. 17
"(Instead) the entire Cawly-Smith family sitting at the table moved on to the wedding that would take place in mid-August, talking about the cake (red velvet, boring), the honeymoon (the West Indies, typical), the signature drinks(the Danayrita and the You Brighton My Life Banana Daquiri, no comment), and the wedding song ("From This MOment On", by Shania Twain, vomit)."

♥PG. 29
"She hated talking to strangers. Especially guys her age. Especially good looking ones. Living on an orchard and being homeschooled, she had the social prowess of the Hunchback of Notre Dame."

♥Pg. 39
"Poopie didn't smell like mothbolls. She always smeeled like warm cookies."

"Murphy woke up to a bird chirping.
She pulled the pillow over her head and then pulled it away for a moment. 'Shut up,' She yelled, and pulled it back.
The bird went on chriping, its shrill song drilling right through the glass and the fabric of her pillow. he was doing it on purpose. She knew he was."

" 'What are you doing here?'
'Got caught on the premises. having wild sex. It was so good I didn't hear anyone coming.' "

""All the next day the orchard felt like a ghost town inhabited by predominantly Mexican ghosts."

♥Pg. 102
" 'Birdie, I think you must be Supergirl,' he said giving her an exhausted smile. He swiped at a smudge of ash beside his eye. 'You are very strong.' "

" 'Um.' Birdie stared at him. 'Um. Do I have a dirt mustache?' Enrico looked at her for a second and then started laughing. Like the time in the cider house, she felt like he wasn't laughing at her, just with ehr. She started laughing too.
'See. What girl would ask this? Crazy.' "

♥Pg. 104
As she watched him walk away, Birdie considered going after him, in a way they did in the movies. She pictured calling him and running up to him and just planting a kiss on him. She nevisioned him turning and walking back and planting one on her. She imagined sneaking into his room in a few minutes and kissing him then."

♥PG. 105
"The view was enough to make a person think that God was smiling on Horatio Balmeade. he would never have to worry about frost, unless it might kill his imported pine trees, which had no business being in Georgia in the first place. A person could assume that his club would never have any problems, that it would always be perfect, and that at some point it was inevitable it would swallow up the mess of the orchard.
But Birdie saw it differently.
She took it as a good omen that the sun, though it was shining on Horatio Balmeade and all of his glittereing property was the exact same color every morning. That is, it was the exact same color of peaches."

♥Pg. 119
" Birdie stayed on teh floor a long time. If her dad had given up and her mom had given up, then how could she hold things together on her own?"

♥Pg. 121
"Behind her, Allan Brewer, who she'd let touch her boobs in tenth grade, pushed on her bun from behind and whispered, 'Beep beep.' She lifted her hadn behind her back and gave hime the finger.
On their way out of class, Allan caught up with her. 'Hey Murphy, why'd you flick me off?'
'That's what I do to people who annoy me."
'Listen, I'm having people over tonight...'
'And you're wondering if I can come over so you can give me whiskey and Gatorade and try to feel me up. At which point I'll smack you.'
'You're riight about everyithing but the slapping part.' Allan grinned."


♥Pg. 131
"Murphy looked at Leeda. 'See you pissed her off. Your cousin's a total powder keg.'
Leeda scowled at her back as she walked on ahead. Bridie wasn't a powder keg. She wasn't even a firecracker. She was maybe, at most, a sparkler."

♥Pg. 136
"When she looked up, her dad was at the bottom of the stairs.
'What are you doing?' he demanded.
Birdie froze. 'Um, just... making sure everybody has what they need. What... are you doing?'
Walter relxed a bit. 'I came to look for you.' "

"Everey nigth seh was shocked by the many uses of peaches. The women knew how to make anything out of them -peach-and-pecan soup, peach salsa, peach-and-onion fritters, peach-and-amaretto jelly."

♥PG. 195
" 'Those trees are so ugly,' Birdie said distastefully, pointing to the skinny Italian pines. leeda had always thought they were pretty, but now, she realized her taste had shifted. They didn't look ugly to her. But they didn't look right either.
'I'd like to stick one of those trees up Horatio Balmeade's butt,' Murphy said casually and Birdie giggled."

♥PG. 214
" 'Birdie he likes you. Why wouldn't he? You're beautiful, you're funny, you're sweet.'
'You have the best hair,' Murphy added.
Ledda nodded in agreement. 'You pick a mean peach. You know how to do all this farm stuff that makes you look cool. You're a steel magnolia.' "

♥Pg. 237
" 'Do you guys know we have a hugefreezer in the back of the house?'
'Are we gonna put his body in it?' Murphy joked."

" 'I love this lake. I plan to honor it this last time by swimming in it naked.' "

♥Pg. 283
" 'Do you think we might die?' Leeda asked. nobody answered. 'Because in case we do, I think we should have one of those deep talks where we spill our guts to each other.'
Birdie and Murphy looked at her for a second. And then they brust out laughing, sor of despereatly.
'You're such a dork,' Birdie said. "

♥Pg. 300
You may notice I'm sending you a CD of all the crappy music you like. I'm also sending you my ex-boyfriend. I think he belongs to you."

Hope you enjoyed.
Sincerely, Sidny♥♪♫

Thursday, November 3, 2011


Haven't been able to read much lately... sorry but I'm working on Peaches by Jodi Lynn Anderson. I'm about half way through and i have my computer back at home so I can post from there not just from school :D
Hopefully I'll have something for you soon :D
Sincerely, Sidny