Okay, so I’m kind of panicking about Panic! For those of you who don’t know, I have been waiting for Panic to come out for … well, forever. That and The Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard, which still hasn’t come out, yet, by the way.
But now, thank goodness, Panic is here! Actually, it’s been here for a while and since I’d gotten so caught up in my other books, I totally forgot that Panic had been released. But then my wonderful cousin from Atlanta who happens to love books almost as much as I do mentioned that Panic was out and she was already reading it! Yeah. Unbelievable, right?
Anyway, I started Panic today and I’ve only read the first few chapters and I’m already totally captivated. Of course, any time I open a book, I’m totally captivated. Books are just … awesome. A way to escape reality, right?
She thought all you needed to do – all any of them needed – was to get out. But maybe you carried your demons with you everywhere, the way you carried your shadow.
So, yeah. Panic.
There is another awesome book I am dying to read and it happens to be The Storm Siren by Mary Weber. Read it? Cool! Comment and let me know what you thought about it. No spoilers, though! I’ve heard some good and some bad about it but I’m not going to comment on it either way until I at least read the first paragraph. If there’s something that bothers me right from the get-go, trust me … you’ll hear all about it.
Last but probably not least … I am considering reading The Kiss of Deception. Oh, the premise sounds so good! I want to read it! But I sense a love triangle and I’ve never too much cared for those. I think we’ve overused them.
But if I’m being honest, it’s not just that I’m not a fan of love triangles … I am afraid of them! I am afraid of totally falling for the guy the girl doesn’t end up with and being mad at the author and the character!
So, the premise is that this beautiful princess who is supposed to marry this prince runs away because she thinks she’s different … then she meets the prince and an assassin (you heard me, an assassin) that’s been sent to off her. I’m sensing a love triangle here …. I can already imagine the question, “Who will Lia (because that’s the princess’s name) choose? The prince she has been destined to marry or the assassin that chose her over his duties?”
I don’t know. I could be totally wrong. Maybe the assassin is some hairy old man that will have nothing to do with the romance at all? If you have already read the book and know, don’t tell me. I’ll just be surprised. But just so you all know, if there is a love triangle, I’m probably gonna side with the assassin. Don’t ask me why ’cause I don’t know. Just a hunch.
If you’ve got anything interesting you’re reading right now, comment it because I want to read it, too!
What’s on your bookshelf?