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From the grumpy receptionist to the disturbingly demonic interview panel and the sleazy CEO, it seems landing her first job is the least of Mel’s worries. Can ultimate evil and angelic perfection escape a limbo of desire and find a paradise of their own? Luce and Mel unearth an age-old conspiracy behind his fall from Heaven which could doom their love for eternity. Eternal damnation awaits any angel who descends into the Pit of Despair, but Mel will move Heaven and Earth to save Lucifer’s soul.
During the holiday break, I finally get to catch up on two of my favorite things: reading and seeing movies.
Vampire Academy by Richelle MeadBeen looking for a new vampire series to sink your teeth into? Buy the book from Amazon.Divergent by Veronica RothThis exciting dystopian book about a society that is divided into factions follows the journey of Tris, who enters the Dauntless faction but is also hiding a secret about her identity. Buy the book from Amazon.Grimm's Fairy Tales by Brothers GrimmThese fairy tales are kind of a 2-for-1 in terms of 2014 movie fare. Buy the book from Amazon.The Fault In Our Stars by John GreenThis at times darkly comic, but still completely heart-wrenching story about two teenagers falling in love while also battling cancer is a must-read.
Buy the book from Amazon.The Giver by Lois LowryI recently reread this book, and I think it was way ahead of its time with its dystopian plot. Buy the book from Amazon.Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith ViorstI think we can all relate to having days where nothing seems to go right, so it's worth revisiting this popular kids book.
Buy the book from Amazon.Mockingjay by Suzanne CollinsKatniss Everdeen is back in the third and final book of The Hunger Games trilogy. Buy the book from Amazon.If I Stay by Gayle FormanThis book is narrated by Mia, a teenager who is in a coma after a devastating car accident as she exists in a limbo state between life and death.
Buy the book from Amazon.Love, Rosie by Cecelia AhernI read this novel a while ago, but now that I know it's being made into a movie, I'll need to revisit it. Buy the book from Amazon.Naomi & Ely's No Kiss List by Rachel Cohn & David LevithanThis is another book from the duo that wrote Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist (a book turned movie itself!). Buy the book from Amazon.The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-ExuperyThis is a classic story (originally written in French) about a pilot who is stranded in the dessert and comes across a mysterious boy from another planet.
We're not sure going around harassing people with Valentine's Day bouquets is the best method, but rose thorns will cut right through a vampire's skin.
Sprinkle some mustard seeds on the roof of your house and vampires will literally not be able to come inside.

Join Thousands Of Other Vampire Novel Fans At The Ultimate Paranormal Books Fan Site On The Planet. Surrounded by eternal bureaucracy gone mad, demons who love making life miserable, and dying for a decent coffee, it may take a miracle for Mel’s mission to succeed. Armed with little more than the fury of a righteous angel, Mel will raise Hell in the name of love.
I particularly enjoy when I can combine these two loves and see a movie based on a book I read, and do a little compare and contrast analysis. The list here ranges from YA favorites to classic children’s books to some other novels, but as of now, they are all scheduled to hit the big screen in 2014. BaumThe story of Dorothy's time in Oz is detailed in a number of different books, but this story is the one that an upcoming animated movie (with Lea Michele voicing Dorothy) is based on. First up, the "Little Briar Rose" story is one of the inspirations for the Angelina Jolie movie Maleficent that'll be in theaters on May 30.
The movie version - starring Shailene Woodley as Hazel and Ansel Elgort as Augustus - is set to be released on June 6. It's about a boy named Jonas who is selected to become the community's "Receiver of Memory" - a mysterious job he will learn from The Giver. It is set to be a film with Bella Thorne, Steve Carrell and Jennifer Garner, that will be released on October 10. The film Mockingjay: Part 1 will hit theaters on November 21 (so while I guess you only need to read half of this book by then, do yourself a favor and finish the whole thing). TolkienYes, there is another Hobbit movie slated to come out next year, so if you haven't read this classic book, maybe 2014 should be the year! I've heard really good things about this novel, so this is on the top of my must read list before the movie version - starring Chloe Grace Moretz as Mia - comes out next year (no official release date yet). It's a story about the emotional disintegration of two longtime best friends and how it affects the people around them (with different chapters told from the point of view of different characters).
It's a quick read to finish before seeing the animated film version in 2014 (no set release date quite yet) that features the voice talents of James Franco and Rachel McAdams. This sneaky, dark, blood-sucking demon is the scariest character out of all the Halloween monsters. They come from countries in Eastern Europe like Austria and Serbia… where some people really do have sharp teeth! You're not going to see if his cape is on straight - you're going to check whether or not he's got a reflection (a REAL vampire won't).

She must find out what evil plans Lucifer and his minions have in store and stop them, using any means necessary. Some release dates are finalized and others unannounced, but it looks that if all goes according to plan, there is going to be a lot of book-inspired blockbusters in the next twelve months. It's a six book series and a movie based on the first novel will be making its big screen debut on February 14. Later in the year, the musical Into The Woods (starring Anna Kendrick) is set to be released on December 25 and the plot draws on a number of these fairly tales.
The dystopian story is about Thomas, who along with other teenagers, lives within the confines of a complicated maze.
It definitely sounds like it could be a fun one to read and watch together with younger siblings or the kids you babysit. The Hobbit: There and Back Again is scheduled to be released on December 17 so you have some time (but you may want that extra time to dive into more Middle Earth adventures).
I Love You and is about two friends in Ireland who just can't seem to get their romantic timing quite right over many years. There's no information as to a specific release date in 2014, but Victoria Justice has been cast as Naomi. According to legend (in other words, history), a vampire is actually an evil spirit that lurks around a graveyard trying to sneak into someone’s grave. That's how when weird tradition - to spread poppy seeds or rice around someone's grave when they died - got started.
The movie version is set to be released on September 19 and stars Dylan O'Brien from Teen Wolf as Thomas.
The movie doesn't have a release date yet, but it stars Lily Collins and Sam Claflin as Rosie and her friend Alex. When it succeeds, it enters into the dead body, rising from the coffin at night to feed on blood.
Any vampires that came along would become so obsessed with counting the tiny objects, they'd totally forget about trying to sneak into the coffin and invade the body!

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