On My Shelf #37

On My Shelf is an original feature inspired by the On My Shelf tag. Each time I will take 5 random books from my shelves and tell you about them (how I got them, what I think of them etc.), and if they are in Dutch I will write a small synopsis of them.
I will roll some dice to find out which books it will be.

The Elite (The Selection #2) by Kiera Cass

Enthralled by The Selection I bought The Elite the week after I got back from my volunteer-work. And I read it again the year after during my one and a half week of volunteer-work. And was very annoyed when it was finished, so I bought The One when I got back. I still had a love/hate relationship with the series and still can’t make up my mind how many stars I would give it. I will reread it next year or so to tell you guys.

City of Glass (The Mortal Instruments #2) by Cassandra Clare

I got City of Glass together with the other two books in the trilogy during my internship in Greece. I found this one the least interesting one of the bunch, but it is still not bad. But they will never win it from The Infernal Devices..

Catching Fire (Hunger Games #2) by Suzanne Collins

I got the complete Hunger Games trilogy from a friend of mine, with mismatching covers – sigh – but thanked him non-the-less. I think the Hunger Games itself would have been a great standalone too, but Catching Fire is a great second part, but the end! I never take this book on holidays if I can’t take Mockingjay, since when I finished it the first time I was on holiday and literally had to go to the bookstore to buy me a second copy to know what happened and then brought it back after finishing it and reading half of it in t he story already. I feel a bit a shamed of that kind of behavior, let’s hope it never happens again.

The Wrath of Fate (Airship Pirate #1) by Robert Brown

I bought this book because I like the music of Abney Park, who’s singer is the author of this book. And I enjoyed it very much, there were some things that bugged me, probably because it is self-published and most of the editing done by himself. But is very amusable and he writes very compelling.

The Scorch Trails (The Maze Runner #2) by James Dashner

I got The Scorch Trails in the bundle I got myself when I wanted to read these books. I am very sad to say I did not like this book at all, even though the next one was even worse. So I never completely finish this series, but oh well. There are so many more books in this world, how will I ever read them all?

Do you ever wonder if you will ever read all the books you like? Let me know in the comments down below!

For now, let books enrich your life!

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