- At Beth Camp you can learn about Canada, North America and Australia in the mid 19nth century, an interest of mine, really remarkable stuff guys!
- And just like last year J.H. Moncrieff is rocking it again with her awesome (really high class) things that go bump in the night.
- For those who are seeking flash fiction I’ve been reading Louise's Love of Life and Stephanie Ingram.
- Our weird Hungarian MopDog who likes to blog about weird Hungarian things is back this year bringing us all the weird Hungarian cartoons we can only dream about. And you know what? I recognized one, the Mezga Family! I have actually seen a cartoon from Hungary :D
The best mechanic in New Beijing is a cyborg teenager who I adore so much. Never liked cyborg stories before Cinder. A fantastic character, although she’s a Cinderella retelling she’s anything but submissive and weak, as a cyborg Cinder endured living as a second degree citizen, practically owned by her terrible adoptive mother and –thank God-only one spoiled sister (her younger sister was a sweet thing).
Cinder is a rebel with the right attitude, she found herself in front of death, dangerous secrets and an enemy the whole planet fears, the Lunar Queen and decided to fightback. And I can't leave without saying this, this girl is loved by Emperor Kay, the coolest love interest in all YA books.
I had a huge crush on the head of the Cullens. I mean come on, Carlisle is the force of good, he’s a vampire and a doctor, one designed to end lives one to preserve it and yet he made it work and even surrounded himself by a powerful family very unique in the vampire world by feeding on only animal blood.
See you later me friends ^-^