The Eternity Cure by Julie Kagawa

April 21st, 2013 Kimberly Review 44 Comments

21st Apr
The Eternity Cure by Julie Kagawa

Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa was on my top ten list for young-adult reads in 2012. Earlier this year I read the novella Dawn of Edena prequel to book one that was dark and gritty. As you can imagine I was excited to begin Eternity Cure. Kagawa once again immersed me into this plague ridden world, holding me captive and ripping my heart out only to leave me gasping at the end!

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Scarlet by Marissa Meyer

April 3rd, 2013 Kimberly Review 5 Comments

3rd Apr
Scarlet by Marissa Meyer

Cinder earned a spot on my top ten young adult reads in 2012 making Scarlet one of my most anticipated reads for 2013. The dystopian world and characters she created in Cinder captured my heart. Scarlet hailed as a companion book offers a retelling of Red Riding Hood and drops her right into Cinder’s world; it was captivating, original, filled with danger and I loved every minute of it.

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Requiem by Lauren Oliver

March 4th, 2013 Kimberly Review 49 Comments

4th Mar
Requiem by Lauren Oliver

I enjoyed Delirium, was sickened by the cliffhanger ending that Oliver left us with in Pandemonium and found Hana fascinating. As you can imagine I was very anxious to step back into Oliver’s final book of the series Requiem. Fans are either going to adore this one or loathe it. The author ends this series without a lot of closer. I thought it was perfect and if you read my reviews you already know I loathe endings forced into a happy little bow. Filled with battles, death, suspense and unrequited love I consumed this in a single day.

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Breaking Point by Kristen Simmons

February 2nd, 2013 Kimberly Review 4 Comments

2nd Feb
Breaking Point by Kristen Simmons

I loved Simmons’ debut novel Article 5 and was excited about returning to the world she created in this gripping, post-apocalyptic dystopian. Breaking Point brought us deeper into this world as Ember and Chase struggle to save friends and join the Resistance. Once again I was captivated by the characters and the stark, government controlled world they live in.

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Slated by Teri Terry

January 24th, 2013 Kimberly Review 60 Comments

24th Jan
Slated by Teri Terry

Slated is Teri Terry’s debut novel and it offers up a clever and rather terrifying dystopian world where those whom the government claims are terrorist are offered a second chance by having their memories erased. This process is called Slating. This chilling novel kept me captivated with its strong protagonist and suspenseful plot.

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Shadowlands by Kate Brian

January 11th, 2013 Kimberly Review 2 Comments

11th Jan
Shadowlands by Kate Brian

I am not going to lie; I was drawn to Shadowlands because of the beautiful cover. The synopsis led me to believe this would be a thriller, but Kate Brian blew my mind! From page one the author grabbed my attention and held me completely enthralled. My palms were sweating and I stopped frequently to share my thoughts with anyone who would listen. The tale was, dark, suspenseful, brilliantly done with an ending that left me speechless.

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