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Fiona Kidman has published over 25 books, including novels, poetry, non-fiction and a play. A classic, prize-winning novel about an epic migration and a lone woman haunted by the past in frontier Waipu.In the 1850s, a group of settlers established a community at Waipu in the northern part of New Zealand.
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Synopsis:Cassandra Caravello is trying to forget Falco, the wild artist who ran off with her heart, as she grows closer to her strong, steady fiance, Luca. So begins her journey to Florence, a city haunted by whispers of corruption, secret soirees and clandestine meetings of the Order of the Eternal Rose. Nothing is as it seems in this seductive thriller, where the truth may be the deadliest poison of all.. Review: Belladonna is the follow up book to Venom, and the second book in the Secrets of the Eternal Rose series. In a bid to save his life, Cass travels to Florence to try and uncover what really happened and who is behind Luca’s wrongful conviction. But more than the physical beauty of this series, the story itself appeals to a really wide audience.
This book definitely takes a darker turn than Venom did, as we’re now actually delving into the Secrets of the Eternal Rose itself, and finding out some of the dark secrets of this brotherhood. I was really glad to see the return of Falco in this book, since he was probably my favourite character in Venom. I highly recommend this series, I am yet to be disappointed with anything Fiona Paul writes. Lauren Oliver delivers an electrifying follow-up to her acclaimed New York Times bestseller, Delirium. Tavia immediately searches for answers, desperate to determine why she feels so drawn to a boy she hardly knows. Tavia feels torn between the boy who mysteriously comes to her at night and the boy who has been by her side every step of the way.
Ruby will be faced with a terrible choice – and one that may mean giving up her only chance at having a life worth living.
At an exclusive school somewhere outside of Arlington, Virginia, students aren’t taught history, geography, or mathematics—they are taught to persuade.
Whip-smart runaway Emily Ruff is making a living from three-card Monte on the streets of San Francisco when she attracts the attention of the organization’s recruiters.
Meanwhile, a seemingly innocent man named Wil Parke is brutally ambushed by two men in an airport bathroom. I don’t really have an overall preference between standalone or a series… that can only be answered depending on the story.
What I can say is that I don’t like a book being made into a series, or a series being dragged out, just for the sake of it.
For example, Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor was originally supposed to be a standalone.
As there is a companion book to Hopeless (Losing Hope), some people not see this argument as valid.
So my preference for standalone or series really depends on the arc of the storyline – as long as the author is doing what is best for that storyline, I am happy.
Laini Taylor wrote an interesting post about series, about waiting for them and the importance of reading them as they come out rather than waiting for it be completed before embarking on it. For me, it entirely depends on the books I’ve read previously as to whether I want to embark on a new series (or continue one), or whether I just want to read a standalone novel. Sometimes it’s nice to just read a book and know from start to end you’re going to get the complete story. Ultimately I trust an authors opinion on whether they feel they’re able to tell a story best in a standalone book or a series.
Synopsis: In the follow-up to Colleen Hoover’s #1 New York Times bestseller Hopeless, the charming and irresistible Dean Holder tells the passionate story that has melted thousands of hearts.
In Hopeless, Sky left no secret unearthed, no feeling unshared, and no memory forgotten, but Holder’s past remained a mystery. Still haunted by the little girl he let walk away, Holder has spent his entire life searching for her in an attempt to finally rid himself of the crushing guilt he has felt for years. Sometimes in life, if we wish to move forward, we must first dig deep into our past and make amends. Review: I have been not-so-silently and not-so-patiently waiting for Losing Hope to come out ever since Holder told us (yes, he told us) that he was getting his own book. Losing Hope is the companion novel of Hopeless, in which we get to find out what was happening in Holder’s head during the events of Hopeless.
As Hopeless is one of my all-time favourite books (I loved everything about Hopeless, especially Holder), I knew going into this book that Colleen would either add to my adoration of the best contemporary book I have ever read, or totally crush me.
The emotions of Losing Hope are just as real as you experience in Hopeless – but you get to experience them in a different way.
The terrible events of Hopeless are just as chilling and heartbreaking when you experience them as Holder does.
I thoroughly enjoyed revisiting the some of the secondary characters in this book, as well as meeting some new ones.
But be warned: there are some new twists in store for you as well, which in true Colleen Hoover style, will rip your heart out. Even though this is companion novel rather than a sequel, I would advise that you read Hopeless first, as you need to travel the tortuous and yet wonderful journey with Sky to gain certain knowledge before travelling this path with Holder.
Melissa – I am half through Belladonna (Secrets of the Eternal Rose #2) by Fiona Paul. Melissa - Another Little Piece by Kate Karyus Quinn which unfortunately I really didn’t get into at all. Kristy – When the World was Flat (And We Were in Love) by Ingrid Jonach, which I loved!
On a cool autumn night, Annaliese Rose Gordon stumbled out of the woods and into a high school party.
From the blurb on the back of the book, I thought I was getting an entirely different style of novel. Some people have really loved this book, and perhaps if I’d have had the desire to see the end of the book, I might have too.
I don’t feel like I can fairly give this book more than 1 star based on the fact that it end up being on my DNF (did not finish) pile.
Looking back, I wonder if I had an inkling that my life was about to go from ordinary to extraordinary. When sixteen-year-old Lillie Hart meets the gorgeous and mysterious Tom Windsor-Smith for the first time, it’s like fireworks — for her, anyway. But as Lillie begins to break down the walls of his seemingly impenetrable exterior, she starts to suspect that he holds the answers to her reoccurring nightmares and to the impossible memories which keep bubbling to the surface of her mind — memories of the two of them, together and in love.
When she at last learns the truth about their connection, Lillie discovers that Tom has been hiding an earth-shattering secret; a secret that is bigger — and much more terrifying and beautiful — than the both of them. King Hall — where the Mysticals go to learn their craft, get their degrees, and transition into adulthood. Then chaos erupts as the fragile peace between Commoners and Mysticals is broken, and suddenly Lily realises the greatest threat was never from within, and her fear takes on a new name: the revolution.
On the heels of a family tragedy, the last thing Katie Greene wants to do is move halfway across the world.
Joy Malone learns this the night she sees a stranger with all-black eyes across a crowded room—right before the mystery boy tries to cut out her eye. Now, Joy must pretend to be Ink’s chosen one—his helper, his love, his something for the foreseeable future…and failure to be convincing means a painful death for them both. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the making of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones movie with this official companion book. The debate of the old-trusted paper-filled book or the technologically advanced ebook is a good one, as there are so many pros and cons to both these forms of books – but as much as I love ebooks, I love actual physical books more – I always will. But the con: you can’t see the book, you can’t feel it, you can’t smell the pages, and you can’t put it on my bookcase. I like having a book in my possession; to be able to flick through the pages, look at cover, to feel and smell the pages, to put it on my bookcase so it can look ever so pretty.
I can read my ebooks in the dark with ease, and I feel the convenience of this allows me to physically get through more books each year.
So whilst I will always have a soft spot in my heart for printed books, ebooks have a place in my world also – and I doubt this will ever change.
We would really love your opinion on this topic – do you prefer ebooks or physical books? Sky knows Holder is nothing but trouble and tries to keep him at a distance, but he is adamant about learning everything he can about her. I actually felt Sky’s emotions in this book – her confusion, her pain, her strength and her love.
I don’t know what I expected from this book, but it wasn’t what I got – and I truly and utterly loved it!

So much happens in this book, and yet every characters reaction is realistic – even in the most heartbreaking and mind-boggling situations. Hopeless does contain sensitive subjects, and even though they were exceptionally handled, due to the rawness of them, Hopeless is best for those 17 years and over. Kristy - I came currently reading When the World was Flat (And We Were in Love) by Ingrid Jonach, which I received as from Netgalley and I am loving it!
The dark, seductive conclusion to the thrilling Secrets of the Eternal Rose trilogy!In the final book in the trilogy, Cass and Luca are back in Venice trying to find the Book of the Eternal Rose to clear Luca's name and keep them both out of prison.
In 1853, a group of settlers established a community at Waipu in the northern part of New Zealand. She has worked as a librarian, creative writing teacher, radio producer and critic, scriptwriter for radio, television and film, but primarily as a writer.
I must have some kind of good karma in the bank because I got lucky enough to receive an early copy. I mean, this might as well be one of those quintessential fall afternoon books where you read it on the sofa with your blanket and your coffee or tea and just sink right into the drizzly Italian-set pages.
My only real complaint is that it seemed to take awhile to get to the action and the intrigue, but once we met Belladonna it was all good from there. I also preferred Falco in Venom, but I wasn’t sure what to think after finishing Belladonna. You get one entry for free, and then if you follow Kristy and I you’re able to get even more entries. I’ve heard from SO many people that this is an amazing read, and so I am looking forward to seeing for myself what it’s like! And home to Falco, who?s working for the Order?s eerily stunning leader, the Belladonna herself. Cass is set to marry Luca and Falco has left her in pursuit of making a name for himself as an artist.
I have enjoyed this series for many reasons, but I will start with the part that caught my eye initially and that is the beautiful covers to these books.
We don’t see too much of him in this book, as the focus is clearly on Luca, but we get enough to know that there are certainly some interesting times coming ahead in the third book in this series! This series is known for the icons that represent each faction and the trio of ravens on the collar bone that each represent a family member. Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual.
This riveting, brilliant novel crackles with the fire of fierce defiance, forbidden romance, and the sparks of a revolution about to ignite. When she starts to see strange visions of a boy she’s never spoken with in real life, she begins to suspect that there’s much about her past that she isn’t being told. But what Tavia doesn’t know is that the world is literally falling apart and that to save it she will have to unite with the boy in her visions. Something frightening enough to make her parents lock her in the garage and call the police. Now on the run, she is desperate to find East River, the only safe haven left for kids like her, and she joins a group of other runaways who have escaped their own camps. But there are also other forces at work, people who will stop at nothing to use Ruby in their fight against the government. Drawn in to their strange world, which is populated by people named Bronte and Eliot, she learns their key rule: That every person can be classified by personality type, his mind segmented and ultimately unlocked by the skilful application of words.
They claim he is the key to a secret war he knows nothing about, that he is an outlier,” immune to segmentation. But as she was writing, the plot flourished so much she realised she could not complete it in one book (or 2 – it is now a trilogy).
I will use Colleen Hoover and her book Hopeless as an example of this (yes, I know I have used my two favourite books as examples – sorry, but they are both great writers and it just happens they have opposing but equally great reasons for doing what they did).
I however do – for me it is a series when the storyline continues, and if you don’t read the sequel, you will never know the story’s conclusion.
The amount of detail and depth you can go into in a series is much less limited than you are with a standalone novel – not to mention those cliffhanger endings that some of my favourite series are known for. And I know last year, SO many of the books I was reading was either book 1, 2 or 3 of a series at any one time. Knowing you’re not going to have to wait another 12 months for the next installment is a good feeling and so there are times when I am burnt out from series where I turn to my standalones knowing I am going to get exactly what I want out of them. In Losing Hope, bestselling author Colleen Hoover reveals what was going on inside Holder’s head during all those hopeless moments—and whether he can gain the peace he desperately needs.
However don’t be fooled into thinking that this is just an alternate perspective – this is Holders story. Thankfully (but not surprisingly) Colleen weaved her magic and made me fall in love all over again!
You get to know and understand Holder as you travel this journey with him; you feel his pain, confusion, joy, regret, shame, courage, anger, despair, desire, hopelessness and hopefulness. Even though you know most of what is about to happen, you are still just as anxious about the what is happening, you feel just as sad, just confused and just as heartbroken – as if this is whole new storyline.
I have previously screamed from the rooftops that Dean Holder is my one and only fictional crush and this book only reinforced it. The way she takes you on a journey rather than just let you witness one, her ability to include comedy in heartbreaking situations, her ability to write the ‘best non-kiss scene ever’ from another person’s point of view and making it the bestest non-kiss scene ever!
It’s picked right up where the first book left off, and I am really enjoying this so far.
My review will be posted on August 27 as part of Ingrid Jonach’s blog tour (keep an eye out for that). Because her mother is brain-dead and being kept alive by machines for the baby growing inside her. But New Emma-the one who exists in a fog of grief, who no longer cares about school, whose only social outlet is her best friend Olivia-New Emma is startled by the connection she and Caleb forge. Tom looks as if he would be more interested in watching paint dry; as if he is bored by her and by her small Nebraskan town in general. She also discovers that once you finally understand that the world is round, there is no way to make it flat again.
Fluke, happenstance, and a deep personal loss finds Lily deeply entrenched with those who would destroy her simply for existing — The Mystical Kings.  Being named future Queen of the Shifters shoves Lily into the spotlight, making her one of the most visible Mysticals in the world. Instead, the wound accidentally marks her as property of Indelible Ink, and this dangerous mistake thrusts Joy into an incomprehensible world—a world of monsters at the window, glowing girls on the doorstep, and a life that will never be the same. Swept into a world of monsters, illusion, immortal honor and revenge, Joy discovers that sometimes, there are no mistakes.
This fan favorite features full-color photos from the set, designers’ sketches, interviews with the cast and crew, and more! Even if I read a book in ebook format, I always purchase the physical book to keep on my shelf… so, it’s also cheaper for me to buy the physical book originally rather than buy both.
And the other huge perk is of course that with ARC’s being approved all the time, I am able to read these as ebooks on the go, and it makes it all so much more convenient.
I was hooked from the very beginning, I did not stop reading until the very last page and it stayed with me long after I finished. The storyline is the heart and soul of this book, so I can’t tell you too much, as that would be depriving you of the wonderfulness that is Hopeless.
She only has one friend, does not own a TV, does not have a mobile phone or a Facebook account, and has been home-schooled her whole life. Sky already knows that Holder has a reputation, and she should stay away from him – however she cannot seem to be able to do that, as he seems determined to learn more about her and insert himself into her life. She is such a strong character who goes through so much, but her emotions and her reactions are realistic and not at all melodramatic.
These characters are such strong characters in their own right – relatable, loyal, funny, solid.
There were not many major surprises, as there are clues as you go, and you work out things just before they happen. Sarcastic, sweet, funny, erratic, but towards the end you got to see his more sensitive side. I cannot think of another book that showed so many human complexities, monstrosities or compassion. You will laugh, you will cry, your heart will race, you will be dumbfounded, you will hurt, you will feel joy, and you will be angry, shocked, relieved, sad, happy, mortified and joyous. Everything about it was fantastic – the delivery of the storylines, the realism, the non-annoyance, the emotion of it, the sweetness of it, the rawness of it, the hotness of it, the hopelessness of it. And I will start City of Ashes (The Mortal Instruments #2) by Cassandra Clare shortly as I need to get some more of this series under my belt. I loved the historical fiction element of this story and the setting – 1920s New York. But the hunters become the hunted when the Order of the Eternal Rose figures out their plan.
The community had followed him from Scotland in 1817 to found a settlement in Nova Scotia, then subsequently to New Zealand via Australia.
I liked that she’s not some perfect person, but really, truly feels human and teenage.
Belladonna is deliciously sinful and bad and basically on the Malecifiant level of awesome villains. On one hand, Falco kind of seemed like he just wanted Cass for sex because he tries to talk her into it practically every time they meet so my love for him diminished a bit. When he?s arrested by soldiers in the middle of the night, Cass?s life is once again thrown into chaos.
Just when Cass feels her life is about to settle as she becomes Luca’s wife however, Luca is arrested for heresy and sentenced to death. They are absolutely stunning, and really capture the Renaissance Italy world that the story is built around as well as the beautiful dresses of that time period.

This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!
I am loving the US cover more than the Aussie one, but the story itself is meant to be really good!
For this reason, she must never allow another person to truly know her, lest she herself be coerced.
Attempting to stay one step ahead of the organization and its mind-bending poets, Wil and his captors seek salvation in the toxically decimated town of Broken Hill, Australia, which, if ancient stories are true, sits above an ancient glyph of frightening power.
Personally I am grateful for this, as rather than skimming over things, or not including certain aspects, Laini has let us explore so many characters and events, and that adventure makes it the wonderful piece of art that it is.
Colleen has already said that she will not do a sequel for Hopeless, because Hopeless is left where Sky’s and Holder’s story is finalised and to write a sequel she would need to create more (unnecessary) dramas for them and she doesn’t want to do that – and I respect her for that. A companion is a book that you could easily not read and still not feel like you are missing a part of the story..
I feel like you’re able to emotionally invest and bond with the characters more in a series. I suffer from a bad memory at the best of times and so when I start on a 2nd or 3rd book in a series, I am known to struggle for the first couple of chapters until it comes back to me.
The story is also told in parts by Holder writing letters to Lesslie– which I thought was a fantastic medium to find out what is going on in Holder’s head rather than long dragged out internal monologue. I adored finding out more about his past heartaches, the inner turmoil he suffered after that dreadful day in the cafeteria, the utter desperation he felt while Sky’s world crumbled around her and the devastation of learning more about Lesslie.
She will enthral you, crush you, give you hope, make you laugh, make you cry – and everything in-between! I don’t mind reading chapters that are fragmented when the pieces actually do come together in a logical sequence.
No purchases for me this week, and only one for Kristy, the rest were ARC’s that we were lucky enough to receive. But with risk comes a certain solace — her burgeoning friendships with the other three Prodigies: a wicked Vampire, a wild-child Mage, and a playboy Elemental. From the screenwriting process to the casting decisions to the director’s vision, this definitive book is a must-have for fans of the blockbuster film! I love rearranging my shelves and I love looking over at them knowing that these are some of my most prized possessions. In just one encounter he leaves her terrified yet captivated and something about him brings up a rush of memories from the past that she’s worked so hard to bury away. Hopeless is an emotionally charged story so compelling that you get lost in its pages and feel every emotion of it. Although she is sheltered, she is not completely inexperienced with boys – she has kissed her share, but she has never had a physical reaction to a boy, she has never felt lust – actually she has never felt anything at all for a boy.
This non-kiss scene is written with such intensity that I have to say it is the best kiss scene I have ever read (even without an actual kiss).
Don’t get me wrong, I am not calling this predictable in any way – it is done is such a clever way I think you are supposed to work it out (probably to stop your heart from breaking if the shock of it hit you like a truck).
He is a multifaceted character and seeing all of these sides to him just make you fall in love with him even more.
Filled with twists and turns, danger and torrid romances, this novel brings the Secrets of the Eternal Rose novels to a thrilling, heart-pounding, sexy conclusion.
She was created a Dame (DNZM) in 1998 in recognition of her contribution to literature, and more recently a Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres and a Chevalier of the French Legion of Honour.
Their incredible journeys actually happened, and in this winner of the New Zealand Book Awards, Fiona Kidman breathes life and contemporary relevance into the facts by creating a remarkable fictional story of three women entangled in the migrations - Isabella, her daughter Annie and granddaughter Maria. When Luca is arrested in the middle of the night and basically sentenced to execution, Cass has to do what she can to save him. BUT she’s also not super annoying and aggravating, which is one of those things that actually does matter to me when reading a young adult book.
I’m so down for?Starling the final book which comes out in MARCH omg, you guys cannot wait!
I liked Luca, but I felt like he wasn’t around often enough for me to appreciate him as a round character. I actually also like the fact that this sequel has made you switch sides, I think that’s the mark of a well-written love triangle. I am so appreciative that our monthly giveaways get as much support as they do, and it’s because you all continue to support them (and in turn Kristy and I) that I continue to do these each month. I needed a book like this after not being stuck in a bit of a book rut in the last couple of months. She must save Luca, and that means finding the Book of the Eternal Rose — the only evidence that will prove he is innocent. The pages themselves within the book are absolutely stunning, and are lined with artwork that makes reading this book feel like such a treat. Ruby might have survived the mysterious disease that killed most of America?s children, but she and the others had emerged with something far worse: frightening abilities they could not control. Adapting quickly, Emily becomes the school’s most talented prodigy, until she makes a catastrophic mistake: She falls in love. It’s like a spin-off (which will be another post) – it’s the cherry on top, rather than the whipped cream. The final of my favourite series (as above Daughter of Smoke and Bone) does not come out until April of 2014 – and I read second one in August 2012. We get to know their personalities, their idiosyncrasies, the way they think and act in turn on a much more intimate level than we do with characters in a standalone book in my opinion. He was exactly the friend that Holder needed during some of his difficult times, and some of their conversations where hilarious – especially their terms of endearment for each other J And if I didn’t already like Breckin so much, he may have just found himself a rival!
Losing Hope allows you to put the final pieces of the Holder puzzle together – and what a magnificent completed picture it is. The storyline started out really interesting and promising and I was 100% gripped for the first 100 pages or so.
It was this aspect of the book that turned my contemporary book on to its head and took it into a whole new direction that was both confusing and uninspiring.
Tell her about her slipping grades, her anger with her stepfather, and the boy with the bad reputation who might be the only one Emma can be herself with.
She doesn’t know the language, she can barely hold a pair of chopsticks, and she can’t seem to get the hang of taking her shoes off whenever she enters a building. But when she sees the things he draws start moving, there’s no denying the truth: Tomo has a connection to the ancient gods of Japan, and being near Katie is causing his abilities to spiral out of control. As Fridayis the day we talk about bookish topics, we thought we would expand on our recent Q&A post. And then get tired of carrying around a book in my bag at all times, or get tired of finishing a book on the go and having nothing else to read on me at the time, and so the next 6 months will be all about the ebooks.
Hopeless is breathtaking, raw, bleak, inspirational, heartbreaking, vivid, intense and just beautiful.
And as Sky gets to know Holder, she feels that Holder is hiding something from her – but finding out what he is hiding will destroy everything Sky has ever known. I know this sounds very confusing and contradictory, but you really have to read it yourself to understand.
Their incredible journeys actually happened, but Fiona Kidman breaths life and contemporary relevance into the facts by creating a remarkable fictional story of three women entangled in the migrations - Isabella, her daughter Annie and granddaughter Maria. We cannot talk about writing in New Zealand without acknowledging her,' wrote New Zealand Books. This means going to Florence and seeing Falco again.?Belladonna is a book where more secrets of the eternal rose come to light.
It’s pure torture – but I would prefer to wait until the book is exactly what Laini wants it to be rather than reading a sub-par book and think “I know she can do better than that”… but yes, it is killing me!
Now you have to know, that I never jump out of bed, and I never run, and I never function in any way without my morning coffee.
I have a whole LIBRARY full of books on my ipad, and so at any one time I have hundreds of books to choose from to read, which I really enjoy. McLeod's harsh leadership meant that anyone who ran counter to him had to live a life of secrets.
In fact,?Belladonna?was a pretty immersive reading experience and one that I am going to shout from the rooftops, especially for people who were fans of?Venom. Cass will meet a woman named Belladonna who is mysteriously good looking and also youthful looking for how old she actually is.
I was so excited that I couldn’t think straight, which meant that my wonderful co-blogger Melissa found out how erratic I am in the mornings by the texts I was sending her with furious speed.
Especially when I finish one read whilst I am at work, and want to move straight to the next (other book bloggers – you get this), and I can do this on my kindle without the need of packing my backup book in my bag as well. Understandably Sky is confused by her reaction to Holder – he has made her feel something for the very first time. Open internationally, this month three lucky winners, will each win a book of their choice from the new releases below. The problem however is that while Holder in gorgeous and intriguing, he is equal parts terrifying.
The blurb calls?Belladonna?a seductive thrilled, and my friends I would definitely have to agree. Getting this was the highlight of the year for me, so I would like to thank Atria for making this available via Netgalley, Melissa for helping me in my caffine-less state, and Colleen Hoover for writing such extraordinarily amazing books (so amazing that she is able to make me jump, run and function without coffee). You can enter this giveaway no matter where you live in the world so long as The Book Depository ships out to you. Piece by piece, Annaliese’s fractured memories come together to reveal a violent, endless cycle that she will never escape—unless she can unlock the twisted secrets of her past.

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