So I hate to be this guy BUT, My friends and I were watching ESPN and we got to talking about their attractive female anchors. My one friend commented on how it sucks that Erin Andrews and Michele Beadle had left. I then proceeded to give him my top 5…ESPN will be fine.
Okay, so theharriot tagged me in the six 10 albums that you love in their entirety thingy, so here goes. (Note that I changed it to 10, because I made a list of six but some were just TOO good to leave off. SOrRy, not sorry. LET ME LIVE)
Lianne La Havas - Is Your Love Big Enough?
Weepies - Say I Am You
The Civil Wars - Barton Hollow
Beyonce - 4
Sara Barielles - Little Voice
Kate Walsh - Tim’s House
Tori Kelly - Unbreakable Smile
Lauryn Hill - The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
Ingrid Michaelson - Be Ok
Amy Winehouse - Back to Black
(These are in no particular order, btw)
If anyone knows of artists like these or songs you think i’d like, my inbox is open!
Genres: Young adult, paranormal, romance, dystopian, mystery
“Mysterious lights have flickered above Crownsville for as long as Mia can remember. And as far as she’s concerned, that’s about the only interesting thing to happen in her small town.
That is, until Sol arrives. Mia’s not one to fall for just any guy, but she can’t get intense Sol—or the brilliant tattoo on his back—out of her mind.
Then Mia’s brother goes missing, and Mia’s convinced that Sol knows more than he’s sharing. But getting closer to Sol means reevaluating everything she once believed to be true. Because Sol’s not who Mia thought he was—and neither is she.”
Young boys have gone missing in Crownsville; and Mia thinks that the strange lights she sees in the skies may have something to do with it. When her brother, Jay, goes missing, she immediately suspects the new boy at her high school, Sol, with the extravagant bird tattoo on his back. But shocking truths are about to be revealed, and the world of Brakaland awaits Mia beyond the lights of Crownsville…
I loved this book! The beautiful descriptions caught my attention, and the characters were diverse and developed! There was no ’ insta-love ’; definitely attraction, but the romance actually took time to develop and become much more meaningful. This book was incredibly unique, a gem among the young adult genre. Its only fault was the occasional grammar or spelling error.
I recommend this book to anyone searching for an insanely unique, adventurous novel with meaningful romance.