Lazy girl who reads

Like to read :D Reading everything YA, erotica, sci fiction, horrors, thriller, fantasy etc.
one of my favourite author is Stephen King. I'm a student, studying Health/Care/Medicin.
well.. Enjoy your stay ^^

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Accurate.

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The 14 Stages of Book Addiction from Buzzfeed!!

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1. You buy a book you’ve heard a lot of buzz about and figure you’ll just try it out.

The 14 Stages Of Book Addiction

2. You’re a few pages in thinking “I mean, I don’t really see what all the fuss is about.”

The 14 Stages Of Book Addiction

3. Fifty pages in and now you need to know what happens. You NEED to know.

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4. You look forward to even a few minutes of downtime because that is precious reading time.

The 14 Stages Of Book Addiction

5. Sleep is no longer important since these late hours in the night are when no one disturbs you and asks “what are you reading??” as if holding a book in front of your face is not enough of a ‘please do not disturb’ sign.

 

The 14 Stages Of Book Addiction
 

6. An internal conflict starts to develop as part of you wants to know how the story ends and the other part of you can’t bare the thought of life without this book.

The 14 Stages Of Book Addiction

7. You become unhealthily attached to the main characters, especially if the narrator is in love with the novel equivalent to your prince charming.

You become unhealthily attached to the main characters, especially if the narrator is in love with the novel equivalent to your prince charming.

8. You think you might love a character more than you love your actual boyfriend.

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He just gets you in a way that can’t be explained to the mentally stable

9. You start to become the book’s biggest marketing tool as you preach about the literary masterpiece to your friends.

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“Oh my god you have to read this book! NO LIKE YOU HAVE TO!”

10. Reality is no longer of importance. Your taxes can wait, the main characters are in danger!!

The 14 Stages Of Book Addiction

11. If something tragic happens to the main character or your book boyfriend, you cry for your loss and because literally no one around you cares about your mental anguish.

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12. You finish the book and your heart aches as you say goodbye to those characters forever.

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13. Walking into a bookstore afterwards is like being thrown back into the dating world after getting dumped.

The 14 Stages Of Book Addiction

14. You find a flaw in every book you pick up and realize you’re just not ready to get back out there.

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But wait…OH MY GOD WHAT IS THAT?

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IS THAT A SEQUEL?!

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*repeat stages 1 through 14*

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Aristolte and Dante, sweet precious childs

Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe - Benjamin Alire Sáenz

summary from goodreads: Aristotle is an angry teen with a brother in prison. Dante is a know-it-all who has an unusual way of looking at the world. When the two meet at the swimming pool, they seem to have nothing in common. But as the loners start spending time together, they discover that they share a special friendship—the kind that changes lives and lasts a lifetime. And it is through this friendship that Ari and Dante will learn the most important truths about themselves and the kind of people they want to be.

 

Random Thoughts: This was such a fastpage read. and wonderful and I just fell in love aldready from the beginning. I mean I kissed this book like a hundred time while reading it.  Ari my favourite charecter. He kinda reminded me of myself execpt for the likes to fight part (or tho I get the urge to punch some kids sometimes...) Well nevermind. Through the hole book u can see how Ari changes and discover things. and I just love that, things he discover about himself TwTDante was okay..what I'm I saying he was great that wonderful sweet child I love that all this set in 1987 I dont think the book would be this good if it was set in present time.  

I have two favorite Qutes: 

1: I renamed myself Ari.

If I switched the letter, my name was Air.

I thought it might be a great thing to be the air.

I could be something and nothing at the same time. I could be necessary and also invisible. Everyone would need me and no one would be able to see me.”

 

2:  The problem with my life was that it was someone else's idea.” 

 

Other: 

I wish there could be a Do u wanna build a snowman parody based on this book.  

A sugar sweet story.

The Theory of Everything - Kari Luna

 

Copy Goodreads: Sophie Sophia is obsessed with music from the late eighties. She also has an eccentric physicist father who sometimes vanishes for days and sees things other people don’t see. But when he disappears for good and Sophie’s mom moves them from Brooklyn, New York, to Havencrest, Illinois, for a fresh start, things take a turn for the weird. Sophie starts seeing things, like marching band pandas, just like her dad. 

Guided by Walt, her shaman panda, and her new (human) friend named Finny, Sophie is determined to find her father and figure out her visions, once and for all. So she travels back to where it began—New York City and NYU’s physics department. As she discovers more about her dad’s research on M-theory and her father himself, Sophie opens her eyes to the world’s infinite possibilities—and her heart to love.

 

 

So when I first saw the cover I was like oh my that is so cute I MUST HAVE IT. 
then I read the synopsis and the story sounded really good and cute as well. The first thing I laid noticed to is how Sophie dress. Always with some theme or animal it was so cute. Her personality was also cute and sweet. gawd I dont know to say like everything was soooo perfect. the friendship between sophie and finn = perfect. Story = perfect. 
moments = perfekt. This is one of the books I read this year that i could read again and again and again. 

First read of 2014

Reboot - Amy Tintera

Summary from goodreads: Five years ago, Wren Connolly was shot three times in the chest. After 178 minutes she came back as a Reboot: stronger, faster, able to heal, and less emotional. The longer Reboots are dead, the less human they are when they return. Wren 178 is the deadliest Reboot in the Republic of Texas. Now seventeen years old, she serves as a soldier for HARC (Human Advancement and Repopulation Corporation).

Wren’s favorite part of the job is training new Reboots, but her latest newbie is the worst she’s ever seen. As a 22, Callum Reyes is practically human. His reflexes are too slow, he’s always asking questions, and his ever-present smile is freaking her out. Yet there’s something about him she can’t ignore. When Callum refuses to follow an order, Wren is given one last chance to get him in line—or she’ll have to eliminate him. Wren has never disobeyed before and knows if she does, she’ll be eliminated, too. But she has also never felt as alive as she does around Callum.

 

My thoughts: This was my first read this year It was not what I expected but I still liked it not love it but liked it.. Even though it has its flaws. It went to fast.. especially at the end. When something big happend I thought "ooh that will probably be in next book" but nope. Callums and Wren romantics moments was to cute. I have my favorites moments but I dont want to spoil the book. Amy the author did a great job to describe the characters even though I feel she described Wren most and callum second most. But they are the maincharecters so I guess it makes sense. Wren evolved alot through the book from this Robot with no feeling to.. well I dont want to spoil so I will say something else. 

First book of the year.

Reboot - Amy Tintera

The first book I will be Reading this year is Reboot by amy tintera!.
Heard alot of good things about this book and I will try finish it Before 00.00 because tumblr-read-a-thon.

 

Happy good Reading year to ya all :D

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Happy New Year!

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Top 10 books of 2013 (not in order)

Ready Player One - Ernest Cline Wonder - R.J. Palacio Shatter Me  - Tahereh Mafi Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea - Barbara Demick The Fault in Our Stars - John Green Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone  - J.K. Rowling The Snow Child - Eowyn Ivey Jellicoe Road - Melina Marchetta Misery - Stephen King The 5th Wave - Rick Yancey

1: Ready player one: I thougt this book was awsome, I fell in love with the charecters, the futurestic setting was perfect. And Im really looking forward to read Armada (oct 2014) by same author.

 

2: Wonder:  this was such a sweet heartwarming story. I really loved how August developed through the book and how he handled different situations.

 

3: Shatter Me: My favorite series I've read this year. and really looking forward to the 3rd book. totally ship Juliette x Adam. Warner can.. I dont know I have this hatelove relationship with Warner.

 

4: Nothing to envy: This was my first non-fiction book. My friend told me to read it and her book recommendation is usally really good. And ofc she was right this time to. I really loved the charecters I loved theirs stories. through the hole book I had differents feelings.

 

5: The Fault In Ours Stars: First John green book I've read. Such a pain to read this. I have heard warnings but I didnt thought It would be this frikkin sad. but I loved it ofc. and 2014 I will read others books by John Green.

 

6: Harry potter 1: I havent read the harry potter books Before but this year I decided to do it. And I have no regrets! I'm really glad I've read them or the first 4 books. I will finish the series 2014.

 

7: The Snow Child: My first English book (Im Swedish) and I'm really glad that this was my first book because I loved it. It had this strong story and alot of feelings awakend when I read this. And after I've finished it I was like: What?? Already finished?? I want to read more -runs to the shelf and picks random books-

 

8: Jellicoe road: Melina Marchetta became one of my favorite authors this year, the way she writes is Amazing. This story had such heartwarming moments but not only that. I felt sadness, Happines, confusion and others feelings.

 

9: Misery:  this book was crazy and scary of course. The way Stephen king described the charecters, especially Annie was so scary. and the moments was nerv-wrecking. through the book I felt so sorry for Paul. I just wanted to dive in the book and rescue him.

 

10: The 5th Wave:  I love the characters in this book especially Evan (I Think it was Evan) the way Rick described him like a Young superman. I fell in love at the first Word.
but carrie was nice to. This is the first book I've prefer the side characters instead of the main character.

 

If I would haft to put these in orders it would be: 
1: Shatter me
2: Harry potter 1
3: The snow Child
4: The fault in ours stars
5: Wonder
6: Ready player one
7: Jellicoe Road
8: The 5th wave
9: Nothing to envy
10: Misery.

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Librarians
Librarians

Librarians are Generals in the War on Ignorance.

 

Rock on, Librarians!

 

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Merry Christmas!

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Wishing you all a happy merry peaceful Christmas!

Hope you spend it, with the ones you love :)

 

Happy Christmas,

 

 

I know the feeling...

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― Neil Gaiman, The Ocean at the End of the Lane

 

 

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