zarohk  asked:

So, I'm not totally sure the timelines match up, but do you think that Rachel's sisters (especially Sarah who is younger and more naive) could have watched Buffy the Vampire Slayer and decided that Rachel is the Slayer? Goes out at night, all hours, secret boyfriend who only visits her at night, can't tell their single mom, etc.

[First of all: the timelines do actually match up quite well.  In #20 there’s a brief mention of David’s dad (of all people) watching Buffy on TV, and although Animorphs started and ended first most of its run overlaps with Buffy.  Second, I LOVE this idea so much.  Rachel and Buffy are two of the people who were massively influential in teaching me and my friends that it was possible to be girly and tough at the same time.  Third… Voila.]

It starts as a way to distract her sisters, on the nights when their mom can’t make it home and their dad is too busy to call—Rachel will put on whichever Buffy episode she’s got saved in the DVR and all three of them will watch it together.  However, all three of them fall in love with the show over time, until they’re catching each episode live: Sarah laughs at all the puns and hums along with the theme song while Jordan waxes poetical about how dreamy Spike and Angel are.  

Rachel just loves Buffy herself, because there aren’t enough girls on TV that can look that fabulous and kick butt at the same time.  It becomes a weekly ritual, one that Rachel sometimes has to miss if Cassie or Jake calls with urgent news, but she’ll put aside anything short of the alien invasion to catch it with her sisters.


Jordan meets Rachel at the door, which is a bad sign because their mom and Sarah are both asleep and Rachel herself went to bed six hours ago.  The mission was long, nasty, and exhausting, the way they always are, and Rachel’s too keyed-up from the adrenaline rush to think of a proper excuse for why she’s sneaking in.  

She and Jordan stare at each other in silence for a few seconds, Rachel leaning on the door frame, Jordan holding a comic book in both hands as she sits on the end table in the foyer.  Jordan becomes the first one to speak.  “Sarah and I were talking,” she says.  “And I think we figured it out.”  

Rachel feels her stomach churn.  She’s not as careful with her sisters as her mom.  She never has been.  “Figured what out?”

“It’s okay.”  Jordan clutches her comic book a little more closely, expression solemn.  “We won’t tell Mom.”

Rachel crosses her arms.  “Won’t tell her what, exactly?”

Jordan thrusts the comic book at Rachel.  The cover shows a girl—Buffy Summers, judging by the title—holding a wooden stake in one hand and a sword in the other, her blond hair whirling around her as she thrusts the sword at a spike-covered greyish creature in the corner of the frame.  

Rachel takes a step back from the comic, not sure whether to laugh or to cry.  

“It explains everything.  Where you sneak out to almost every night.  Why you’ve got blood under your fingernails half the time when you get home.  Why you’ve got a secret boyfriend who only comes out at night—”

“I don’t have a boyfriend,” Rachel says reflexively.

Jordan nods, eyes wide.  “Uh-huh.  So you definitely weren’t seen by half the school at last week’s dance with a mysterious guy who has blond hair and is never seen around town.  You don’t have a boyfriend, even though I’ve heard people talking in your room in the middle of the night.  And you always leave your window open, even—especially—when it rains.  Almost like you’re waiting for a secret vampire boy—”

Rachel snorts a laugh.  “Tobias isn’t a vampire.”

Which has exactly the opposite effect than the one she intended.  “Oh my god,” Jordan whispers.  “Tobias as in that guy who disappeared last year? Everyone thought he died—” She gasps.  “Unless he did die.  And now he’s back!”

Much as Rachel wants to laugh and keep laughing until she falls over, she understands that this conversation actually has serious implications.  With effort she sobers herself.  “Look,” she says at last.  “There are things… Things I can’t tell you.  You wouldn’t be safe if I did.”  

She looks Jordan in the eye.  Jordan is taking this conversation seriously—probably more seriously than Rachel herself, for that matter.  “I understand,” Jordan says.  

“As soon as…”  As soon as the war’s over.  “As soon as it’s safe.  I’ll tell you everything.  Right now, there are things I can’t talk to you, or to Mom, about.  But someday I will.  I promise.”  Rachel can’t be more honest than that.  

“Okay.”  Jordan bites her lip.  “I just wanted you to know your secret’s safe with me.  And if you ever need help, like, hiding a body…”

Rachel smiles, overwhelmed with fondness.  “Thanks.”  She yawns.  “Now, if it’s all right with you, Dawn…”

Jordan makes a face.  

“I’m wiped, so I’m going to bed.”  She walks past Jordan and up the stairs to her room.  


She turns around.  Jordan is standing at the bottom of the stairs, hugging her comic book against her chest with both hands.  

“On the show,” she says haltingly.  “They say a lot about how slaying’s a dangerous job.  About how most slayers don’t live to be twenty.”  There’s real fear in her eyes, as she looks up at her sister.  

Rachel grins, tossing her hair over her shoulder.  “Really, Jordan, you should learn not to believe everything you see on TV.  After all, it’s just a show.  No vampire’s gonna take me down.”  


“You know, my sister thinks you’re William the Bloody.”

«Who’s that, a spokesman for Kotex?»


She doesn’t get much input on the actual headstone; she’s too young for that.  She does, however, manage to put in a special request for the plaque on the statue they erect outside of Washington D.C., a proud grizzly bear rearing up to defend the Capitol.  

Rachel Daniella Berenson, the plaque reads.  She saved the world.  A lot.  

Morganville Vampires Starter Sentences

» Feel free to change pronouns as needed. || Mix of fluffy, angsty, etc. «

  • “ Am I not ninja enough? Are you saying that I lack ninja? “
  • “ He did a ‘Batman’ and took off into the night. “
  • “ Warn a guy before you do a face-plant on the floor next time. I could have looked all heroic and caught you or something. “
  • “ If you love me, you’ll give me a taco. “
  • “ Your distant cousin, Jack the Ripper, dropping by too? “
  • “ Mornings are pure evil from the pits of hell, which is why I don’t do them anymore. “
  • “ Karma’s a bitch, and so am I. “
  • “ Your father’s an asshole. It’s not a disease. You don’t have to catch it. “
  • “ I’d feel a whole lot better about the two of us if you didn’t think I was the go-to guy for breaking and entering. “
  • “ —frothy fool-born apple-john! Cheater of vandals and defiler of dead dogs! “
  • “ Scoot over, man. I don’t like you that much. “
  • “ What, no grenade launchers? “
  • “ Tell that police lady to stop chasing me. “
  • “  I thought all geniuses read Latin. Isn’t that the international language for smart people? “
  • “ Next time you sell your soul to the devil, I get first contact! “
  • “ Weird that we got through the entire thing, and I didn’t have to hit anybody. “
  • “ What were you waiting for, flowery poetry? I hugged. I’m done. “
  • “ Gonna die of something. Might as well be chocolate. “
  • “ People get eaten in places like this. At the very least, we get locked in a room and terrible, evil things get done to us and put on the Internet. “
  • “ Horror movies are not documentaries. “
  • “ Hug somebody who cares. “
  • “ When I want to be lectured on strategy, I’ll consult someone who’s actually won battles. “
  • “ She smacked him so hard his momma felt it. “
  • “ See? My plans don’t all suck. Just most of them. “
  • “ I’m not dissing you, I’m ignoring you. There’s a difference. Dissing you implies I think you’re actually important. “
  • “ You humans, always eating. “
  • “ Did you just call me by my blood-type? “
  • “ I’m far too young and innocent for that kind of thinking. “
  • “ I don’t think I should be watching this. I don’t think I’m old enough. “
  • “ Drinking kills brain cells, dumbass. And, besides, if I give you one, that’s one less for me. “
  • “ Someone will pay for your suffering. Heavily. With screaming. “
  • “ My dad used to say that life’s a journey, but somebody screwed up and lost the map. “
  • “ Trade you cigarettes for a chocolate bar. “
  • “ Thank God, somebody sane. Well, sane-ish. “
  • “ If you ask me if I’m okay again, I’m going to smack myself in the face just to punish you. “
  • “ I love arguing with you. You always surprise me. And occasionally, you even make sense. “
  • “ Parents had some kind of sin radar. “
  • “ Don’t do drugs. I feel I ought to say that. “
March 2017 Wrap Up!

I’ve been horrible this year with keeping up with reviews and sharing my thoughts on books I’ve read. This is something new I’m going to try this month, just to see if it’s something I might do for future wrap ups!

This month I read 5 (one of which was part of a omnibus and isn’t pictured) physical books, 6 ebooks, and 1 graphic novel. 

Let me know if you’ve read any of these and what you thought!

Friend me on Goodreads here to see what I’m reading!

Geekerella by Ashley Poston was incredible and completely geeky.  I received an advanced reader copy of this book from Indigo Books & Music Inc. in exchange for an honest review and you can check out my Goodreads review here. I completely recommend this one! 5/5 Stars

Add it to your Goodreads tbr here.

Royally Matched by Emma Chase is the second adult romance book in a companion series. I’m a sucker for Emma Chase and her first book in this series, Royally Screwed, was just as fun! She’s a Rom-Com queen. 5/5 Stars

Add it to your Goodreads tbr here.

The Hidden Memory of Objects by Danielle Mages Amato was my only thumbs down of the month (and probably one of my biggest disappointing books of 2017). I received a copy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review, which you can read here (beware, it is a rant review). 1/5 Stars.

Add it to your Goodreads tbr here.

100 Hours by Rachel Vincent is a YA Thriller with characters you love to hate. What I liked was how they grew from annoying teenagers to people who want nothing but to survive their horrible fate. I received a copy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. 4/5 Stars.

Add it to your Goodreads tbr here.

Huck by Mark Millar is a graphic novel I had no idea existed. I’m a huge Millar fan and when I saw his name, I immediately wanted to read it. This was a quick read and very different from Millar’s other work, since Huck is basically a gentle giant and his other characters are often bathed in blood. 4/5 Stars.

Add it to your Goodreads tbr here.

I have the whole Morganville Vampires series by Rachel Caine in four omnibuses and though I’d read the first book, Glass Houses, years ago, I had a weird urge to read it again and finish up the series. I really enjoyed it and I’m looking forward to reading the next few in the series! Have any of you read it? 4/5 Stars

Add it to your Goodreads tbr here.

Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty was a surprise for me. I am currently really enjoying the HBO television show and I was way too impatient to find out if several of my theories were correct, so of course, I picked up the book. Quickly paced and slightly addicting, Moriarty’s novel does not disappoint. 5/5 Stars.

Add it to your Goodreads tbr here.

P.S. I Like You by Kasie West is one of those books that reminds me why I’m such a sucker for YA Contemporary Romance. This was so cute and such a quick read that I couldn’t put it down. I may or may not have binged this in the span of twenty-four hours. Oops. 5/5 Stars. 

Add it to your Goodreads tbr here.

Fireworks by Katie Cotugno had me skeptical from the moment I saw it on Edelweiss. I disliked her last book, so I went in with absolutely no expectations and was pleasantly surprised. With a late 90′s setting, Cotugno explores the controversial world of pop groups just before Y2K. I received a copy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review, which you can read here. 4/5 Stars.

Add it to your Goodreads tbr here.

Zenn Diagram by Wendy Brant was a fun read that was surprisingly mature. Though there were a few little things that bugged me, I did enjoy this for the most part. I received an advanced reader copy of this book from Indigo Books & Music Inc. in exchange for an honest review, which you can read here. 3/5 Stars.

Add it to your Goodreads tbr here.

When It’s Real by Erin Watt was one of my highly anticipated older YA contemporary romance reads because I loved the first two books in Watt’s previous series. Though this wasn’t a favourite, it was definitely a lot of fun and binge worthy. I received an advanced reader copy of this book from Indigo Books & Music Inc. in exchange for an honest review. 3/5 Stars.

Add it to your Goodreads tbr here.

Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett was the last book I read this month and what a way to end March! This was a GREAT YA contemporary romance that does truly take the iconic film You’ve Got Mail and translates it into an (older) teen read. I absolutely adored this book and I think Bennett is an author to watch out for in the future. I may or may not have gushed to my best friends about this one (and they may or may not want to buy it now). 5/5 Stars. 

Add it to your Goodreads tbr here.

Happy reading!

P.S. What did you guys read this month and what do you think? Should I do this every month? 

Why I love Blazblue cast

Ragna the Bloodedge 

Disabled main character: His right arm was cut off when he was a kid. Man called the “Grim Reaper” is terrified of ghosts.
He buys food for hungry girls even though everyone is looking for him.
Still deeply cares about his family despite them being batshit crazy.
Cries over a girl who tried to tries to kill him after he couldn’t protect her. (She dies in his arms. always fun) 
He’s basically the pit bull of the game/show. He looks scary and mean but he’s full of love and kindness and just wants to protect people. 

Jin Kisaragi 

Ragna’s crazy brother.
He’s a problematic fave.
He’s a huge asshat to most people.
Cares a ton about his “love interest” (Its more implied than anything but yeah), in an alternate timeline she dies for him and he starts freaking out trying to save her, witch is highly out of character. 
He has cool ice powers.
He hates the moon because as a kid he thought it would fall on him.

Noel Vermilion (I don’t like her but let’s say good things about her)
She cares about her friends more than anything.
Even though Jin treats her like garbage, like he literally calls her “trash” and “garbage”, she still respects him as her superior.
 She can’t cook at all but she tries her hardest and put all her heart into it.
She’s a robot.
Super sweet. 
Flat chested. 
Major roll in the story/plot.
She looks exactly like Ragna and Jin’s dead sister, so it stirs emotions in them both, mostly negative. 

Rachel Alucard 
Vampire. (obviously)
You expect a stoic, cruel, character but that’s not the case.
 Love’s Ragna and wants to protect him. (Specitals of eros gag reel and “We are unable to understand why you hold him in such high regard.”
“I do not think he value is something you will ever understand.” )
Extremely brave and would face death without blinking. 
She has an interesting sense of humor.

Makoto Nanaya
Shes bisexual.
Family oriented.
She’s very proud of her body.
Her character deals with racism.
She’s the kind of character that would say “ILL KICK MY OWN ASS!”

Tsubaki Yayoi
This is our pure cinnamon roll character.
Her character was meant to be a lesbian but due errors in the story was made into Jin’s love intrest.(However, this is the reason Makoto exists.)
She’s the kind of straight A good girl type.
Takes her job seriously. (even when she is told to kill Jin (whom shes adored since childhood and Noel (Best friend/ was meant to be love interest)
THICK THIGHS. Like characters make a point of pointing out how beautiful her thick thighs are.
Blind at one point.
Is pretty much the main focus in the last game.

Iron Tager
Listens to his superior no matter what.
He’s a war hero that was practically destroyed then rebuilt so that’s cool.

Woman who built Tager. 
So smart, absolutely brilliant scientist. 
She loves candy and sugar in general.
She apologized to Lambda when she felt bad for what she was about to do to her. 

Heart of gold.
She get so happy when she’s with Ragna, its adorable.
She saves Ragna’s life. 
Is too adorable for words.

Her only friend was a bug.
In the anime her and Ragna’s relationship is adorable.
Pretty much a cute, curious child.

Litchi Faye Ling 
Not just a floating pair of boobs.
Medical Doctor.
Is constantly trying to save her friend.
Will not turn away anyone who needs medical attention. 
Extremely smart. 

Bang Shishigami
Another great poc.
Extremely kind.
Even when he had the chance to get revenge for the death of his master, he wouldn’t hurt Jin because Jin was already injured. 
Extremely optimistic.

Wow look at that dark skin!
Hungry cutie.
Her goal to to capture Ragna to get money to help her village.
Meets Ragna, gets food out of him, basiclly becomes his annoying little sister he never got. (too soon?) 
“Good Guy” and “Rawrgna” are her nicknames for Ragna.
Probably a lesbian bases of her love of boobs.

Carl Clover
Vigilante at like 12-14?
Best father vs son angst.
Takes care of his sister who is now a walking doll.

Amane Nishiki 
You know how you want that male character that is comfortable with feminine stuff but is still masculine? HERE HE IS! 
He loves to dance/fight.
Adopts abandon kids who lost their homes.
Gets pissed of if you insult his masculinity.
 Wants Carl. (take that as you will)
Probably Gay AF.

Need I say more?

The most beautiful deep voice I’ve ever heard on a woman.
Wants to kill Amane because he’s a fucking idiot.
Lovely dark skin.

Him regretting letting Tsuabki die.

Smart ass.
Probably gay for Relius.
“Beautifully proportioned hand.”

Relius Clover
Best anime dad. So you know the worst father of the year.
Really inserting character.
He was hot when he was young. 
Great voice.

Kagura Mutski
Sexy AF.
Horny motherfucker.
Super caring about Noel.

I know I’m leaving some out but I’ve been working on this too long I’m done.

supernatural creature zodiacs

aries - soul-eater (cracked by eliza crewe)
taurus - dark court faery (wicked lovely by melissa marr)
gemini - banshee (soul screamers series by rachel vincent)
cancer - heartrender (the grisha trilogy by leigh bardugo)
leo  - shadowhunter (the mortal instruments by cassandra clare)
virgo - jinn (dark caravan cycle by heather demetrios)
libra - pixie (modern faerie tales by holly black)
scorpio - vampire (morganville vampires by rachel caine)
sagittarius - angel-blood (unearthly by cynthia hand)
capricorn - werewolf (the last werewolf by glen duncan)
aquarius - ghost (anna dressed in blood by kendare blake)
pisces - chimaera (daughter of smoke and bone by laini taylor)

Tag Game

okay so I got tagged by the fabulous @lonely-whalien-52 love you !

so the rules are if you get tagged answer the questions below and tag 9 other people. 

- favorite color: red but more of a dusty red if that makes sense.

- lipstick or chapstick: lipstick

- last song I listened to: six feet under - the weeknd

- last movie watched: the titanic

- top 3 fictional characters: archie andrews - riverdale, hayley marshall - the originals, and stefan salvatore - the vampire diaries

- top 3 ships: stefan salvatore & elena gilbert - the vampire diaries, rachel green & ross geller - friends, klaus mikaelson & caroline forbes - the vampire diaries

currently reading; to kill a mockingbird - harper lee



now I’m tagging @jjjaebum @pinkhoodiemark @sugaonmycupcake @parkdatassjiminie @yourdailykai @bigbangtfln @our-kpopreact @googlebts @taelatte

clolovesglitter  asked:

Hi, not so much a request and an inquiry? But I was wondering if you had and suggestions for books for me to read. I'm desperate for s good book! Thank you. 💕

Ohh boy I’m gonna have to sit in front of my shelf for this one haha. Let’s see…if you’re into angels:
•Halo trilogy by Alexandra Adornetto (it’s phenomenal ohhhmyyygoodddddd)
•Fallen series by Lauren Kate (soooo underrated)
•Hush, Hush series by Becca Fitzpatrick (I got my friend OBSESSED okay like this is SO GOOD)
•Kissed by An Angel by Elizabeth Chandler (only read the first three but I loved it so much. Nearly cried so many times)

If you like vampires:
•The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod by Heather Brewer (emo me of like 2012-2013 loved this ok)
•The Morganville Vampires by Rachel Caine (only read the first book but it was so good. Not sure about the rest of the series)
•Strange Angels series by Lili St. Crow (you will not believe how amazing these books are. I couldn’t put them down)
•Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead (another one I couldn’t put down. I’m in love)

If you like werewolves:
•Shiver trilogy by Maggie Stiefvater (I got a bloody nose while reading Linger bc I was sick and got mad because I had to put the book down to deal with it. I read this in a weekend. It’s freakin amazing and Maggie is an incredible author)

If you like realistic fiction/TFIOS:
•I’m Not Her (can’t remember the author’s name but PLS READ IT. ITS SO GOOD. I NEARLY CRIED.)
•The Distance Between Us by Kasie West (I’m still not over this one. Too good. Way too good)
•If I Stay by Gayle Forman (I actually nearly cried. Haven’t read Where She Went, but I’m sure that’s amazing too. Also the movie is amazing. Really did the book justice)
•Suzanne’s Diary for Nicholas by James Patterson (my mom made me read this and I cried in the middle of 6th grade math class. Have refused to reread it because it’s that heartbreaking)
•Crank by Ellen Hopkins (this is really good. Really really good)

If you like historical fiction type stuff (because I guess that’s what this is???):
•Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers (so good. So so so good. Haven’t read the other books because I love Ismae too much to ever move on though so if you read those pls tell me how they are)
•The Two Princesses of Bamarre by Gail Carson Levinne (ooooh boy this one was heartbreaking, esp if you have a sister like me that you actually can stand bc ooooohh booooyyyy)
•Fairest by Gail Carson Levine (this one creeped me out when I was younger but it’s SOOO GOOOD)
•Ever by Gail Carson Levine (I LOVED THIS OK EVEN WHEN I WAS LITTLE)
•Entwined by Heather Dixon (this is more fantasy bc it’s like the whole 12 Dancing Princesses thing but it’s amazing)
•Cleopatra’s Moon by Vicky Alvear Shecter (this one isn’t in my top faves but it’s still good so I’ll include it)
•Order of Darkness series by Philippa Gregory (first one is Changeling and I’ve only read the first 2 but this is amazing pls read it this is one of my top suggestions ok)
•Juliet Immortal by Stacey Jay (only read that one but it’s v good. If you like Shakespeare, you’ll appreciate it)

If you like witches/magic:
•Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl (haven’t read the newest additions to this, only the original four. But they’re amazing so read them if you like this)

If you liked Divergent/THG
•The Daniel X Series by James Patterson (only read the first but I love this series. I need to finish it lol)
•Maximum Ride series by James Patterson (it’s really long and he just released a new book [which I haven’t read because I’m afraid he’s just going to keep killing me and resurrecting me which is nOT OKAY] but these were like, my childhood. I read this before I read Harry Potter so yeah it’s p important to me)
•Delirium trilogy by Lauren Oliver (oh my god I die every time. Such a cool concept. So well written. Ugh. Another I’m not over still)
•Legend trilogy by Marie Lu (this is so great I highly recommend it. June kicks ass.)
•Dust Lands trilogy by Moira Young (haven’t read the last one but it’s so good. Written a little weird, but really good. Totally unique. It’s so good)
•Matched trilogy by Ally Condie (Crossed [the second book] dragged a lot but I loved the first and third. So amazing. Another great concept)
•The Selection series by Kiera Cass (idk about you but hey a competition for a prince to fall in love with you? Sign me up man)
•Under the Never Sky trilogy by Veronica Rossi (you’ll fall in love with Perry and Aria. You’ve been warned)

If you like creepy shit:
•Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake (I can’t stress this one enough. It’s a duo and it’s so good. I can’t get over Cas. He’s such an amazing character. Please read this if you can stomach the scary stuff. Also: don’t read them at night. Esp the ending of the first one. I didn’t sleep lol)
•Dead Beautiful by Yvonne Woon (semi-creepy. Lots of dead shit. But cool. V cool. I’ve only read books 1 & 2 though :( )
•the Mara Dyer trilogy by Michelle Hodkin (it just slowly gets creepier and creepier as the books progress but it’s another must-read. And as you can probably tell, my followers and I love it haha)

If you like mythology:
•The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater (it’s based on Welsh mythology and ley lines. I can’t praise this series enough. I love it too much. Can’t get over the last book, either)
•The Kane Chronicles by Rick Riordan (definitely underrated. This deserves as much attention as PJO and HoO. Read it if you’re into Egyptian mythology)
•Need series by Carrie Jones (this ones complicated because it’s fae, werewolves, and Norse mythology?? I liked it though)
•Riley Bloom series by Alyson Noël (I liked this a lot more than the books about Ever tbh. Those ones got boring. This one’s awesome. Ghosts are cool. You get it lol)
•The Shadowhunter Chronicles (The Mortal Instruments/The Infernal Devices) by Cassandra Clare (soo good. I’ve loved it for several years. I haven’t read Lady Midnight yet though :( these books are literally a little bit of like everything though. So cool)
•Everneath series by Brodi Ashton (I think this is like Greek mythology?? I can’t remember. It’s awesome though)
•The Trojan Horse by Christopher Morley (it’s a play written in like the 20’s or something but I loved it. I almost cried. So good)

If you like memoirs/historically accurate stuff:
•Out of the Flames by Lawrence and Nancy Goldstone (all about Michael Servetus and his book. I loved it.)
•First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers by Loung Ung (you will cry. This is about the Cambodian genocide. It’s so well written and so eye-opening.)
•This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen by Tadeusz Borowski (a Holocaust memoir by a Polish poet and writer in Auschwitz. I loved this book so much. It’s so well written)

I hope this helps!

anonymous asked:

hello! i was wondering if you guys had any vampire book recs? (adult or ya,doesn't matter) also omg your blog is so great

Hi, friend! Here’s a list we managed to compile:

Young Adult

New Adult/Adult

*Paranormal books that feature vampires

Hope this helps and happy reading!

Fizzle Reads family.

If You Like (TV Edition)

The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer

Humans and androids crowd the raucous streets of New Beijing. A deadly plague ravages the population. From space, a ruthless lunar people watch, waiting to make their move. No one knows that Earth’s fate hinges on one girl.

Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi

Aria has lived her whole life in the protected dome of Reverie. Her entire world confined to its spaces, she’s never thought to dream of what lies beyond its doors. So when her mother goes missing, Aria knows her chances of surviving in the outer wasteland long enough to find her are slim.

Dark Inside by Jeyn Roberts

Since the beginning of mankind, civilizations have fallen: the Romans, the Greeks, the Aztecs…and now us. Huge earthquakes rock the world. Cities are destroyed. But something even more awful is happening: An ancient evil has been unleashed, and it’s turning everyday people into hunters, killers, and crazies.

The Morganville Vampires by Rachel Caine

College freshman Claire Danvers has had enough of her nightmarish dorm situation. When she heads off-campus, the imposing old house where she finds a room may not be much better. Her new roommates don’t show many signs of life, but they’ll have Claire’s back when the town’s deepest secrets come crawling out, hungry for fresh blood. Will she be able to face the town’s terror or will she drown like everyone else? (PS unlike tvd there aren’t any love triangles!)