Sequel to I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You, this one is not *quite* as fun, but it's still entertaining and definitely leaves you wanting to read more stories. There's romance, spy-stuff, and loads of references to Buffy the Vampire Slayer. There was one sentence with both Buffy AND Veronica Mars and my head almost exploded! Lots of girl power. Good book.
This is a companion story to Life as We Knew It. It takes place in NYC, harder hit because of being on the coast, but better off in some ways because it's a city and not as remote as the country towns of Pennsylvania. Pfeffer manages to create another compelling story instead of just retelling the same events happening to different people. It's not necessary to read LAWKI, because it's not a sequel at all, but it makes it more interesting. I would recommend it to fans of LAWKI as well as people looking for a good "the world is ending" book.
Loved this book! This was just the right amount of fluff with substance that I needed. It's "romance" but there's enough adventure and other stuff in there to keep me interested. It takes place at an all-girls spy school. How cool is that? You can find a summary on Amazon. I don't have the time to write it out for you. I would definitely recommend it! Great read.
I read this a while ago and just forgot to blog about it, because well, I forget things now. And have very little time. It's amazing how much time 2 children can eat up.
I can't even give a proper summary or review. Criminy. I liked it, not as much as Twilight. I don't like how it's turned into a straight-up romance instead of the vampire story I liked. I don't really like Jacob.... and Bella has become a bit of a twit. I just wanted to slap her.
I guess it sounds like I didn't like it... but I did enjoy reading it. I swear.