Top 5 Wednesday: Best Character Arcs/Development

Beware, Lena has decided to try this book meme thing once more, because the ideas for this one just kept flowing and aaaaahrg brain stahp. This week, as you can see, is all about the character arcs and development. Continue reading

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Book Review: Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson

Since You've Been Gone Since You’ve Been Gone
Lena’s rating: 3.5 of 5 stars
Published: May 2014
Copy: Bought


Emily and Sloane have been inseparable since Sloane moved to this town and they became friends. The outgoing Sloane was the shy Emily’s gate to the world and Emily couldn’t imagine a day without her best friend. But then, what was to be the best summer of their lives begins and Sloane is gone, she can’t be reached on her mobile and the only thing she left is a thirteen-point to-do-list for Emily. Desperate, Emily starts working on the list in the hope that it will lead her to her friend. Apple-picking at night: check, but kissing a stranger or even skinny-dipping? Not included in Emily’s comfort zone. Continue reading

Lena’s FridayReads (16 Jan 2015)

The Roaring Girl and Other City Comedies I will be reading another book for university this weekend – Roaring Girl by Thomas Dekker. This will be my last book for uni (or so I think. The last time I thought so I took another class the following semester. Oups.). Continue reading