June and Day are people that you wouldn’t expect to cross paths, June, a military prodigy not to mention Obedient, passionate and born into one of the wealthy districts in the Republic. Day, the most wanted criminal in the Republic. When June’s brother Metias is murdered, the prime suspect is Day. Now, with June joining the Military of the Republic undercover as she hunts down Day, the prime suspect of her brother’s murder , and Day trying to save his family. As June and Day enter an extreme game of Cat and Mouse, they accidentally stumble upon the horrible truths about the utopia they call the Republic. Romance soon gets in June’s way and June gets in Day’s way of saving his family.
In Ponyboy’s world, there are two different kinds of people: the Socs, and the Greasers. The Socs are the rich kids, the twerps, and they get away with everything. They like to jump Greasers. For fun. The Greasers are the poor people, they live in the poor part of town. Quite obviously, they don’t like getting jumped by Socs. Ponyboy is a Greaser. He lives alone with his older brothers, Darry and Soda. They are all part of a greaser gang. One day, Ponyboy and his friend Johnny decide to run away, but the get jumped by Socs. Johnny ends up killing a Soc, and so their adventure begins…
You’ll love this book if you enjoy…. well, any kind of book. Except romance and sic-fi, then you’re sunk.
If you’ve read the rest of the Lunar Chronicles series(Cinder, Scarlet, Cress), you’d probably know who Queen Levana is, what she can do, and how she can do it. You know her as ruthless, evil, and merciless, but this book gives you a different perspective, and it shows you why she, in fact, acts that way.
It also shows where Winter came from, and how Princess Selene “died”. It also shows why Levana “looks” the way she does. And by looks, I mean why she changed her form to that particular face. It shows what a jerk Channary can be, and how those awful subjects of hers ignored her at her own birthday party! Oops, shouldn’t of said that. oh, well, just read Fairest! Thank you, Marissa Meyer, for making such a wonderful series I could’t drag myself away from!
“Look, when it comes to twins there are three kinds: fraternal, identical, and . . . you.”- quote from book
Edgar and Allan are twins, as you might of already guessed. They live with their aunt and uncle, hang out with their cat, Roderick Usher, and pretty much live the good life. Like the average school boy, they once slept in class, get in trouble with teachers, and pull a lot of fiendish, legendary pranks. But unlike the average school boy, they are smarter than the teachers, read each other’s minds, and they receive assistance from a dead ancestor, Mr. Edgar Allan Poe himself!
And someone killed their parents. And that someone is also out to get them…..
Follow the Poe twins as they scare the pee out of some bullies, travel across the country, and prevent a murder of… one of them! And why does that license plate spell out,”DNGR4U2″?
Michael is a no one. Or so he thinks. Sure, he’s fifteen, has Tourette’s, and shorter than most girls, but he’s also electric. And someone is trying to get him. After witnessing the kidnapping of his mother and the mysterious absence of friend Taylor Ridley, he and his best friend genius Ostin Liss go to save them both. But little do they know what danger lies ahead…
In this stunning sequel to Cinder, Scarlet Benoit is a young French girl, eighteen years old, and nothing to those around her but a nuisance. Her grandmother has gone missing, and the police say she either ran away, or committed suicide, but Scarlet knows better. She can get no one to listen and help, until she meets a mysterious street fighter named Wolf, who becomes a friend, and soon, more than just that.
David Charleson has seen many things, he’s seen his Father being murdered, he’s seen new and well, epic, Epics, and most of all, he’s seen Steelheart bleed, he is out for revenge, and wants to see him bleed again. To do this, David must convince an Epic killing freedom team (The Reckoners) to help him. The only problem is that he must prove to The Reckoners that he can join their team and then, he has to get them to believe that they can actually find his weakness.