The Assassin and the Empire (Throne of Glass, #0.4) - Sarah J. Maas This short story was definitely my favourite of the four. Now to wait for my copy of 'Crown of Midnight' to arrive!
The Assassin and the Desert (Throne of Glass, #0.2) - Sarah J. Maas Started off slowly, but was really good towards the end!
Chess - Stefan Zweig, Anthea Bell 4.5 stars. I really enjoyed this!
The Count of Monte Cristo - Alexandre Dumas,  Robin Buss Never did I think that I would read a book which is over 1000 pages long (a CLASSIC book at that) and love every part of it!
The Count of Monte Cristo is an amazing book which I didn't want to end. It has everything that I want in a good book; good pacing, lots of suspense, an interesting set of characters and a fantastic plot.

If you haven't read the (unabridged) book yet, do it now!
Bronze Gods - A.A. Aguirre Loved it!!
It had some amazing action/fighting scenes, the story was fast paced, world building and chemistry between the characters was fantastic!

This was one of those books where you'll look at where you are in the book and just be so happy knowing there are still so many pages left because you just don't want it to end.
I'm definitely looking forward to the sequel!
Out of the Easy - I really enjoyed this!
It was so refreshing to read and kept me interested right until the last page!
Drive - James Sallis Finishing this book was a real struggle, especially around the midway point.
This is one of the few occasions where I've found the movie to be much better than the book.
Declaration - Gemma Malley 3.5 stars
I liked the concept of the book, but I don't really feel interested/hooked enough to continue on with the series.
I may decide to read the sequel in the future if I come across is. I'm still undecided though...
The Eternity Cure - Julie Kagawa Loved, Loved, Loved!

It's not very often I find a novel where I actually like ALL of the characters and don't find anyone annoying! (Even the bad guys are funny and interesting!)

I cannot wait for the third installment.

The Immortal Rules  - Julie Kagawa I really enjoyed The Immortal Rules, I think that the world-building was nicely done by Julie Kagawa.
Having read the Iron Fey series (and loving it) I was quite disappointed with the spin off novel, so I was a bit reluctant to read this, but I have to admit that her take on vampires was quite refreshing!

The only reason I have not rated it as 5 stars is due to the length of the book, I think there are parts which could have been cut out/shortened (particularly in the middle) which could have kept it at a nice pace without dragging.

I personally loved Allison as a character, it's nice to see someone who doesn't need to rely on others for help and is able to handle her own.

I have seen that there are great reviews for the sequel (The Eternity Cure) so I am eager to continue on with the series!
Fight Club - Chuck Palahniuk The book is just as good as the movie, and it's quite interesting to read 'Fight Club' after you've seen the movie because you can pick up on all the small things which you wouldn't have noticed or paid much attention to if you didn't know the ending/plot twist.


Undeadly - Michele Vail I'm going to give 'Undeadly' 2.5 stars...

I'm not really sure how I feel about 'Undeadly'; For the most part I found it to be an enjoyable read, but there were moments were I just found the main character ‘Molly’ to be very annoying. Those small parts made me want to stop reading, but at the same time there’s a part of me that wants to know what happens next.

I’m still on the fence on whether I want to continue on with this series.
Lips Touch: Three Times - Jim Di Bartolo, Laini Taylor I think the main reason I gave Lips Touch a 4 star is because I felt like the remaining 2 stories just didn't live up to the first story. By no means am I implying that they're bad, I just didn't like them as much.

I'd give Goblin Fruit a 5 star on its own because it is just perfect.

Don't let the cover dissuade you from reading this book.
Anna Dressed in Blood (Anna, #1) - Kendare Blake 3.5 stars from me.

As much as I enjoyed the book and would like to give it a 4 star rating, I just found myself losing interest nearer the end.

I'm still undecided on whether or not I want to read the sequel.
Amber House - Kelly  Moore, Larkin Reed, Tucker Reed What an great book, I loved the detail that was put in to the story and the interesting characters that feature throughout.

I will definitely be reading the sequel!
Branded (Fall of Angels #1) - Keary Taylor 'Branded' is a decent book.
It kept me interested enough to finish the book, but I'm still undecided about whether or not to continue with the series.

I got 'Branded' for free in the Kindle store, and compared to some of the other e books that are available for free it definitely one of the better ones! (in my opinion at least)

If you've got some time check it out!