This series is amazing. I cannot stress that enough. If you haven’t read this series, I strongly encourage you to do so. Even if you aren’t into the whole “vampire thing”, there is still something in this series for you. It’s so much more than just vampires. It’s one of the best series I’ve ever read.
I’ve been nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award – my first ever nomination on this blog! I’m so excited and grateful!
After reading this book, I felt like I’d just experienced a painful break up. 5/5 stars.
Overall, I’d rate this 4/5 stars. There were some flaws, mentioned above, that could easily be rectified, but other than that, it was a great novel with breathtaking moments—especially toward the end. If you’re a fan of middle grade and are an adult who enjoys mysteries and coming of age novels, this is definitely for you!
This book was a whirlwind. There were many things I disliked, as you can see by my thoughts above, but there were more things I greatly enjoyed. Overall, I think I’d rate this book 4.5/5 stars.
April was a good reading month for me, considering that it’s my final month of undergrad and the month before I take my finals and graduate! In all, I ended up reading twelve books, and only two of those were required for school.
I started Confess at around noon on the last day of April, and finished it later that afternoon. I seriously could not put the book down. I was expecting to spend a couple of days on this book, but I needed to know what happened.