Beautiful Creatures Movie

Okay so me and Sarah went to see Beautiful Creatures today! Whooa happy Beautiful Creatures Release Date!

So here’s the official Trailer!

I personally think that this amazing, Poster below!



Right anyway to the review.

I picked this book up in the library and Sarah read it before me and loved it, so I had to read it and I did in about 2 days. It was amazing! So since I found out they were making a movie I was sooo excited. So anyway went to see it today so we got up supper early to get ready as we had to catch a train cause being our hometown they weren’t showing it which was typical!

So supper early and what did we want to do play Candy Crush Saga yeah weird. Anyway my kitten which I will put a picture in seemed excited as well :O

So we got ready and waited at the train station for about an hour because my timing is terrible, but before that I dropped my phone again, terrible crack that looks like hair is on it. So we got on the train got into Oxford and sat by the canal which I love to look at the ducks and there was this person fishing, I thought it was weird.

So when we finally started the film I couldn’t contain my excitement! I loved it sooo much. It was beautifully told and soo very different to the book. Amma was amazing, I mean her playing the keeper of the caster library was awesome I personally thought that it wouldn’t work but it did. There was soo many twists and turns and things I didn’t even see coming, even though it was in ways different to the book it drew so much from it and the director kept it so close to the book.

The detail in the film was incredible, the amount of work, that was incredible to. The different clothing was awesome, the dresses that Alice, Emmy and Emma wore were fabulous, Jeremy irons just made it for me. He was the one I was looking forward to seeing and I was blown away.

The ending, hmm it left so much to the imagination. There better be a sequel!

As you can see super excited Tin Tin!


In My Mailbox #5

In My Mailbox

In my mailbox is hosted by The Story Siren where we share the books that we got from the past week.

Anyone can participate in IMM and you are not limited to just what you receive in your mailbox, it can also be books that you’ve borrowed or shared.
More information can be found at IMM.
Books I got from the library:
In my mailbox #5
  1. Dead on the Delta by Stacey Jay
  2. Perfect by Sara Shephard
  3. Halfway to the Grave by Jeaniene Frost
  4. 13 Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen Johnson
  5. The Last Blue Envelope by Maureen Johnson

The books I got for review:

  1. H2O the Novel by Austin Boyd and Brannon Hollingsworth

What did you get? Let me know!

Happy Reading




Review: Mesmerize by Artist Arthur

In My Mailbox #2You can’t move forward until you deal with the past… Starting over is nothing new to diplomat’s daughter Lindsey Yi. She’s grown up changing schools the way other girls change clothes. Still, moving to Lincoln, Connecticut, is different. Although she’s still reeling from the loss of her parents in an accident, Lindsey is finally in a place that feels like home. Because here, Lindsey’s ability to read other people’s thoughts doesn’t make her weird. It makes her one of the Mystyx.When Dylan Murphy—hot, popular and a senior—starts to notice her, things get serious, fast. But even as she’s figuring out how she really feels, the Mystyx realize that they’re not the only supernaturals in town. There are other gifted teens who have different motives. And they are hoping to get close enough to the Mystyx to convert them—and the world—to Darkness

So not having read this series from the beginning I was a little lost, but I can tell you that this author is good, and I plan on reading from the beginning of the series to get up to date because I did like it. You should totally read it!

Even though it was good I have to give it:


Happy Reading!


In My Mailbox #4

In my mailbox is hosted by The Story Siren where we share the books that we got from the past week.

Anyone can participate in IMM and you are not limited to just what you receive in your mailbox, it can also be books that you’ve borrowed or shared.
More information can be found at IMM.
Books I recieved:
  1. Interrupted: Life Beyond Words by Rachel Coker
  2. Shift by Kim Curran
  3. Hunting The Shadows (Shadow Ops Project #1) by Alexia Reed
  4. Darkest Caress by Kaylea Cross
  5. The Department of Magic by Rod Kierkegaard Jr.
  6. Gift by Andrea J. Buchanan
  7. New Girl by Paige Harbison
  8. The Weepers: The Other life by Susanne Winnacker
  9. The Glimpse by Claire Merle
  10. The Shapeshifter’s Secret by Heather Ostler
  11. House of Night #1 (House of Night: The Graphic Novel #1) by P.C. Cast and Kristen Cast, Editor: Kent Dalian, Illustrators: Joelle Jones and Karl Kersh

Have fun reading!

Let me know what you got.



Review: Drink Deep by Chloe Neill

Clouds are brewing over Cadogan House, and recently turned vampire Merit can’t tell if this is the darkness before the dawn or the calm before the storm. With the city itself in turmoil over paranormals and the state threatening to pass a paranormal registration act, times haven’t been this precarious for vampires since they came out of the closet. If only they could lay low for a bit, and let the mortals calm down.
That’s when the waters of Lake Michigan suddenly turn pitch black-and things really start getting ugly.
Chicago’s mayor insists it’s nothing to worry about, but Merit knows only the darkest magic could have woven a spell powerful enough to change the very fabric of nature. She’ll have to turn to friends old and new to find out who’s behind this, and stop them before it’s too late for vampires and humans alike.

Chloe Neill never fails to impress me. She’s such a superb writter.

I have to admit I was heart broken at the end of Hard Bitten when Ethan died but even though there was aspects in Drink Deep of him I was simply still heart broken.

Merit is still trying to find herself in this one and it’s made worse with the fact that her master and lover is now gone. She finds friendship in Jonah a vampire we meet before. I have to say it was nice to see Merit branch out a bit but I will never get over the fact that she is meant to be with Ethan.

I needed more of Ethan and Chloe brought him in at the best moments even if it was just during Merit’s dreams, he was still there even if it ended it short.

There were a few shocks and surprises in this book, especially at the end. I always thought that was the person who was causing all this and I was happy and dissapointed at the same time because I love this character, they’ve been in it since the start and you learn to love the characters that are like these; especially when it comes to all of Chloe Neill’s character’s they’re just so real. You feel as though you can connect with them even if we don’t live in a place where magic and vampires are real, but hey never say never.

If you’re a big fan of Chole Neill and her Chicaoland Vampire books you should defiantly read this one.

Can not wait to read Biting Cold.

Happy Reading!