Maja (The Nocturnal Library)

Helpful votes received on reviews: 93% (28 of 30)
Location: Buje, Croatia
Birthday: 1 May


Top Reviewer Ranking: 98,204 - Total Helpful Votes: 28 of 30
Sixth Grave on the Edge (Charley Davidson) by Darynda Jones
4.0 out of 5 stars Multiple gold medalist, 23 May 2014
Holy cliffhanger, Batman! Darynda sure knows how to end a book with a jaw-dropping moment. It may take my poor heart a good long while to recover from this one, but seeing as the next book comes out in October, rest assured, recover I will.

At this point, picking up a new Charley Davidson book feels a lot like coming home after a long and rather painful absence. Daryndaís characters have such strong personalities that itís almost too easy to imagine them having lives beyond these pages. Getting a glimpse of their hilarious existence is very much an honor and a privilege.

Itís not all sunshine and roses, though. Truth be told, Sixth Grave seems to be a bit of a rush… Read more
Illusion: Number 5 in series (Chronicles of Nick) by Sherrilyn Kenyon
I suspect Iím one of the very few people who are enjoying this YA spin-off, but arenít at all familiar with the original adult paranormal romance series. In all honesty, Kenyonís Dark Hunter series doesnít appeal to me in the least. Itís not the type of thing I normally read, having developed allergies to PNR a long time ago, but her Chronicles of Nick, now at their fifth installment no less, are a whole different thing.

Even though itís often more Middle Grade than Young Adult, Iíve been a fan of this series from the start. Sherrilyn Kenyon has a fabulous sense of humor and her series is often laugh-out-loud funny. Nickís self-deprecating voice, his modesty and kindness, his… Read more
Dare You To (A Pushing the Limits Novel) by Katie McGarry
4.0 out of 5 stars An unexpected hero, 1 July 2013
I doubt I was the only one who was convinced Dare You To would be Beth and Isaiah's story and I confess to being a bit disappointed when I found out it wasn't. I was already somewhat invested in this couple and I wanted to see how McGarry would make things work between them. But what I didn't realize at the time was that she never could.

I can't imagine that two severely damaged people would be good for each other in the long run. I don't minimize the value of their friendship and the fact that they saved each other more times than they can count, but a good relationship needs to be built on healthier foundations and there was very little that was healthy in Beth and Isaiah's… Read more