was inspired in the weekly meme from the blog Lost in Chick Lit, that called
the post “This week…” (“Essa semana” in Portuguese).
Guta: After Lola, I don’t know what to read
Maeva: Stolen Nights, Rebecca Maizel
I read this month:
Guta: Procura-se um marido, Carina Rissi; Incarceron, Catherine Fisher; Finale, Becca Fitzpatrick; The Silver Linning Playbook, Matthew Quick; The Look, Sophia Bennett; Reckoning, Lili St. Crown; Lola and the Boy Next Door, Stephanie Perkins; and nine books for work purposes
Maeva: The Edge of Never, J.A. Redmerski; Meu Amor É Um Mito, Roberta Splinder, Kássia Monteiro, Jaqueline de Marco, Mayra Bueno, Ana Lúcia Merege, Adrianna Alberti, Bárbara Morais, Andréa Kennen & Lívia Martins; The Unquiet, Jeannine Garsee; Until I Die, Amy Plum; Shades of Earth, Beth Revis
I reviewed this month:
Guta: Slver Linings Playbook, Matthew Quick; The Left Hand of God, Paul Hoffman; Halo, Alexandra Adornetto; Why We Broke Up, Daniel Handler; Leviathan, Scott Westerfeld
Maeva: Rebel Heart, Moira Young; Timepiece, Myra McEntire; Reached, Ally Condie
Guta and Maeva: The Red Pyramid, Rick Riordan; The Lost Girl, Sangu Mandanna; Red Blood Road, Moira Young; The Edge of Never, J.A. Redmerski
Guest Review: Charlotte Street, Danny Wallace
Best read of the month:
Guta: Incarceron, Catherine Fisher
Maeva: The Edge of Never, J.A. Redmerski
Best review of the month written by the other:
Guta: Reached, Ally Condie, as I was curious to see what Maeva thought of this book… I’m not excited to read it now.
Maeva: Leviathan, Scott Westerfeld, I have yet to read one of Westerfeld’s books.
Guta: Just gifts and food at the beach LOL
Maeva: Anna and the French Kiss, by Stephanie Perkins, for my Kindle. It was a bargain!
Guta: I didn’t read it this month, but I reviewed, so this one counts
The truth is, we all have problems; we all go through hardships and pain, and my pain is paradise compared to a lot of people’s and I really have no right to whine at all. — The Edge of Never, J.A. Redmerski
Coincidence is just the conformist term for fate. — The Edge of Never, J.A. Redmerski
I’m on mood for:
Guta: A wonderful book, that moves me like The Edge of Never. I didn’t got my hands in a book that moved me this year yet.
Maeva: More than 30min of reading a day. I’ve been so busy adapting to my new routine that I haven’t really had a lot of time to read. It’s taking me a week to read a book, while before it would take me 2 or 3 days to read one…