Month: February 2015

February Book Haul

I just uploaded my February Book Haul! Enjoy 🙂 And for those of you Norwegian followers: I’ve uploaded an introduction video to my Norwegian YouTube channel as well. Click HERE to see it 🙂

Eramane by Frankie Ash – REVIEW

I’m warming up to the Blood Soaked Ashes Book Tour that Geek Heaven will be a part of (4th of March) with a review of the first book in the Eramane Saga Trilogy. In the village of Eludwid, seventeen-year-old Eramane Fahnestock goes about her life, cheerfully disregarding a prophecy made to her parents that she would have a great gift.…

The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman- REVIEW

The Graveyard Book is a middle grade fantasy novel. The story starts with Jack (Also known as “the man Jack”) has murdered an entire family except for a toddler. When Jack goes upstairs to finish his mission he finds the toddler gone. The toddler has crawled out of his crib and outside to explore. He finds himself at the nearby…

This Shattered World by Amie Kaufman and Megan Spooner – REVIEW

This Shattered World is the second novel in the Starbound trilogy. You can read my review of These Broken Stars (the first book) HERE 🙂 In the second book we meet Jubilee “Lee” Chase, captain in the forces that was sent to the terraformed planet Avon to keep the rebellious movement under control. Lee is different from the others who…

The Perfect Gift by Christina de Vries – POEM

On my wish list you will not find diamonds or pearls  I wish for trips to outer space and new worlds To be shown memories, dreams, places not yet found See witches do magic and queens be crowned  Swim with mermaids and fly with birds Fight beside superheroes, crack codes with nerds * Get hot and heavy with a perfect…

Love Is A Drug

Valentine’s Day is upon us! So in the spirit of love Shots of Awe released this video today. Enjoy!

Popular by Maya Van Wagenen – REVIEW

Popular: Vintage Wisdom for a Modern Geek is a memoir written by Maya Van Wagenen. In 8th grade her father gave her a book that he’d found at a thrift shop before she was even born. Reading “Betty Cornell’s Teen-Age Popularity Guide” became an experiment that Maya documented throughout the school year in her journal. Finding herself at the bottom…

All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven – REVIEW

All The Bright Places is a YA contemporary novel. We meet Finch who is obsessed about death and suicide. He constantly think about suicides and how he should go through with his own but something good always comes up when he’s about to finally do it. Violet counts the days until graduation and the time when she can finally get…