Sunday, June 21, 2015

Glitterature Book Review: The Heir by Kiera Cass

Calling all book worms! I just posted a new book review! Here it is, let me know what you think!



If you love reading and you want to see more Glitteratures, you can watch the playlist here - link! Also, I would LOVE it if you would leave me book recommendations below! I need to pick up a few new books :) 

18 comments:

  1. Heyy Elle, I love this book, ive read it twice! Also i have started to read Lewis Carrolls Alice in Wonderland, I read it as a child but now reading it as a young adult it is completely different to how I remembered it to be. Its really funny and tricky to read because its all playing on words which I wouldnt have understood as a child. So although its a classic, I would really recommend re-reading it if you havent already :) keep up the glitteratures elle. Much Love xxxxxxxxxx

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    1. I second this suggestion! Great re-read!

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  2. Hey Elle! I just finished Heather Dixons Imaginarium it was really interesting and the cover is GORGEOUS! Also if you haven't read Cassandra Claire's Infernal Devices Series, they are really good as well

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  3. How do you like reading on your iPad? I've been debating on whether to go digital, but I love my physical books.

    Connie | Sponsored by Coffee | Etsy

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  4. I've been reading non-fiction lately...(with a thriller or two thrown in)...ooh...they're making James Patterson's ZOO into a movie. It's going to be on next week I think!

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  5. Save the date - Mary Kay Andrews, Loved it !

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  6. I'm with Connie Bea, I keep clicking between book and Kindle and I can't figure out which I prefer. Think it depends how thick the book is. My latest read was Matched by Ally Condie. I'm in my mid (ok late) twenties and I think this book is more for young adults but I loves it anyway. It's about a distopian future where your decisions aren't your own. Its a great read. I'm on to the second in the series now.

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  7. I'm with Connie Bea, I keep clicking between book and Kindle and I can't figure out which I prefer. Think it depends how thick the book is. My latest read was Matched by Ally Condie. I'm in my mid (ok late) twenties and I think this book is more for young adults but I loves it anyway. It's about a distopian future where your decisions aren't your own. Its a great read. I'm on to the second in the series now.

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  8. June Bloom it ended too soon I loved it so much I just wanted to swoon.

    Choice t5i camera, Thanks Elle.

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  9. have you read the girl on the train?

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  10. Hey! Congrats on the engagement! Hopefully my blog will turn out to be as beautiful as yours!

    www.italianooceano.blogspot.com

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  11. I posted the 5 books I want to read this summer on my blog recently! All of them have been released this year. I'm currently reading "All The Light We Cannot See".

    http://www.thechicette.com

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  12. I love your Glitteratures! Hoping to read this one over the summer

    http://justmebeingmeblog.blogspot.com/

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  13. I really want to read this book now! But first I need to finish the one I'm reading at the moment. Lately I feel like it takes me forever to finish a book! I can't wait for the next Glitterature and planner videos!

    http://perlasancheza.blogspot.com/

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  14. I have adored your Glitteratures for YEARS! So glad to see a new one.

    Recommendations:

    1) Shadow Falls series by C.C. Hunter (SO SO SO GOOD)
    2) Persephone - Daughters of Zeus (trilogy) by Kaitlin Bevis

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  15. I have adored your Glitteratures for YEARS! So glad to see a new one.

    Recommendations:

    1) Shadow Falls series by C.C. Hunter (SO SO SO GOOD)
    2) Persephone - Daughters of Zeus (trilogy) by Kaitlin Bevis

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  16. Can't wait for more posts Elle! I check both blogs of yours every day :)

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  17. 100% recommended if you’ve read The Selection trilogy. The Heir definitely adds to the richness of Cass’s world, and is a seamlessly smooth, light and delectable read!

    Marlene
    Indianapolis Health Insurance

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