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I love a great world with relatable characters who seem realistic, even if they are fantastical.

Currently reading

City of Ashes
Cassandra Clare
With a Bullet
M. Chandler
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
J.K. Rowling
Bridget Jones: Elämäni sinkkuna
Helen Fielding, Sari Karhulahti


Illuminae - Jay Kristoff, Amie Kaufman Once I got going, I had to keep going (which is why I'm writing this at a little past two am with swollen eyes). Apart from the teensy bit cheesy ending, I ended up enjoying this a lot. This wasn't the first experimentally layed out book I've ever read, so it wasn't the formatting alone that did it for me. But it did make the story very refreshing. Different. Also, I feel like I spent half the book reading with tears streaming down my face, weeping for the weirdest things. That usually marks a good book for me. And I guess the cheese at the end was inevitable, considering this is, at the end of the day, a YA novel. (I have to add that I think this might be one of the first books I've come across that might have actually been more impressive as an ebook instead of a paperback.)