Best in the Bunch

Best in the Bunch (3)

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Best of the Bunch is a Monthly blog hop designed to choose the best book you have read that month and give it the ‘Best of the Bunch’ award 🙂

This hop is hosted by Always Lost in Stories

I didn’t do one of these last month so i’m going to combine October and November into one.

In October 2013 i have:


  1. Endless by Amanda Gray
  2. Legend (Legend #1) by Marie Lu
  3. Preservation (Preservation #1) by Rachael Wade
  4. Natural Selection (Forces of Nature #1) by Elizabeth Sharp
  5. Forgotten by Cat Patrick
  6. The Lost Prince (Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten #1) by Julie Kagawa
  7. The Iron Traitor (Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten #2) by Julie Kagawa

In November 2013 i have:


  1. Insurgent (Divergent #2) by Veronica Roth
  2. Wither (The Chemical Garden #1) by Lauren DeStefano
  3. Unintentional Virgin by A.J. Bennett
  4. Beautiful Beautiful (Once Upon a Time Today #1) by Heidi Garrett
  5. Double Crossed (Heist Society #2.5, Gallagher Girls #5.5) by Ally Carter
  6. Cracked (Soul Eaters #1) by Eliza Crewe
  7. Freak of Nature by Julia Crane
  8. Black Swan Rising (Black Swan Rising #1) by Lee Carroll

These months have not been my best reading months in a long time. However because December has the Christmas Holiday’s hopefully i will be able to read more next month!

My winners of “The Best of the Bunch” for October and November 2013 are….



Endless by Amanda Gray and Wither by Lauren DeStefano!

I loved both of these books and still can’t stop thinking about them! Especially in October i had many books that i wrote 5* reviews for, however none have stayed in my mind as much as Endless did. Wither this month just blew me away and i still need to continue this series!

Goodreads Synopsis for Endless:

Jenny knows she’s different. After all, she sees the past lives of people she touches. But when Nikolai, the mysterious boy she painted, shows up claiming to be a love from a past life, Jenny is forced to accept that he has traveled through time to find her. Now, Jenny and Nikolai must fight against the Order, an ominous organization tasked with keeping people in the correct time. The Order is determined to send Nikolai back. And fighting them could tear Jenny and Nikolai apart — this time for eternity.

Goodreads Synopsis for Wither:

Sixteen-year-old Rhine Ellery has only four years left to live when she is kidnapped by the Gatherers and forced into a polygamous marriage. Now she has one purpose: to escape, find her twin brother, and go home – before her time runs out forever.

What if you knew you exactly when you would die?

In our brave new future, DNA engineering has resulted in a terrible genetic flaw. Women die at the age of 20, men at 25. Young girls are being abducted and forced to breed in a desperate attempt to keep humanity ahead of the disease that threatens to eradicate it.

16-year-old Rhine Ellery is kidnapped and sold as a bride to Linden, a rich young man with a dying wife. Even though he is kind to her, Rhine is desperate to escape her gilded cage – and Linden’s cruel father. With the help of Gabriel, a servant she is growing dangerously attracted to, Rhine attempts to break free, in what little time she has left.

Go check out others on this blog hop and let me know which your favourite book this month was :)

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Thanks for reading,


7 thoughts on “Best in the Bunch (3)

    1. I really enjoyed the book and am playing on buying Fever ASAP! I think i need to read more of her books too, thanks for stopping by 🙂

  1. I LOVED Wither when I read it last year! I really enjoyed Legend and Forgotten as well. It’s great when you a good month with a whole batch of 5 star books isn’t it?
    I need to go and look up Endless because it sounds fab and this is a new one to me.
    Thanks for taking part in BotB again!

    1. I really enjoyed those books as well 🙂 And yes its a great feeling to keep enjoying all of the books you’re reading. I really really loved Endless, i think it’s on the read now section of Netgalley but i would highly recommend it! No problem! Thanks for hosting 🙂

  2. I’ve heard about Wither and it sounds veryy good!!! But I never heard about Endless. I think I’ll need to add them both to my TBR huge pile because you got me very interested, and I can’t refuse a good book.

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