Wattpad Stories

Hey guys 😊 college and work have been crazy so I don’t have too much time to do leisure reading 😢 

But! I do have time to do some writing. So, if any of you have Wattpad, here’s my stories and if you’d like to read them I’d be very grateful 🙊

The Beta’s Mate   

  
Link to this story: The Beta’s Mate

All These Secrets That I Hold   
  Here’s the link:  All These Secrets That I Hold
I hope you guys can check them out if you like the sound of them 😊 and if you have Wattpad, let me know! ❤️

 

Review: The Murder Complex

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Author: Lindsay Cummings
Publisher: Greenwillow
Series: The Murder Complex, Book One
Read: 16th September 2015
Genre: Young Adult, YA, Sci Fi, Fantasy, Dystopia, Thriller, Mystery, Romance


Summary

Welcome to the Murder Complex.
You cannot see us. You cannot feel us.
But we are here.
And we control your every move.


Review

Meadow Woodson is a fifteen year old girl, living in Florida.
Every night, the streets run red with blood.
Meadow lives on a boat with her father, older brother and younger sister.
She has passed her government test, killed a girl, and now works to hand out rations.

Zephyr James is an Orphan.
He lives in a tent surrounded by other orphans.
Every night, he suffers from black outs and looses time, often coming back to himself standing over a dead body with blood on his hands.
He has no idea what he’s doing, or what he’s done.

When Meadow and Zephyr meet, Zephyr thinks he’s found the angel he’s been dreaming of. They become friends and Zephyr takes her to his old home. All is well – until Zephyr tries to kill Meadow. Meadow, who’s been trained by her father to survive. To take a breath, count to three, and survive.
She doesn’t go down easy.
In fact, she doesn’t go down at all.

When Meadow’s family becomes the targets for the Murder Complex, she becomes determined to find them and bring them back to safety. Now, together,  they must figure out why Zephyr keeps trying to kill Meadow. They must find the Murder Complex. They must shut off the mother board, and free Meadow’s family.

A book full of twists and turns, you won’t be bored reading The Murder Complex. It’s a page turner and you’ll find it very hard to put down once you’ve gotten in to it.


Recommend

If you liked Young Elites, books where girls kick ass and a slightly gruesome story, the Murder Complex is for you. You won’t be disappointed, for this really is a great read!


Rating

I have given this book a 4/5🌟

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Review: Cinder

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Author: Marissa Meyer
Publisher: Puffin
Series: The Lunar Chronicles, Book One
Read: 25th September 2015
Genre: Young Adult, YA, Fantasy, Sci Fi, Steam Punk, Fairy Tale, Retelling, Dystopia


Summary

Cinder, a gifted mechanic in New Beijing, is also a cyborg. She’s reviled by her stepmother and blamed for her stepsister’s sudden illness. But when her life becomes entwined with the handsome Prince Kai’s, she finds herself at the centre of a violent struggle between the desires of an evil queen – and a dangerous temptation.


Review

Linh Cinder is a cyborg girl with no memory of her past. She lives with her step mother and two step sisters in New Beijing, which is ruled by an Emperor and his son. I really enjoyed the concept of a completely different kind of Chinese society, studying Chinese in college gave me an appreciation for the words used in the book. The whole world has changed and it looks like Europe has unified too. Cinder lives a hard life, working as a mechanic and being the main source of income for her step mother.
But when her younger sister, Pearl, comes down with letumosis, the dreaded and fatal disease that’s raging all over the world, her step mother blames her and Cinder finds herself sold to the government to be tested on for a cure for letumosis.
Only thing is, she survives the letumosis injections.
Letumosis is the deadly disease that came to earth after the people of Lunar, the moon colony, came back down to earth. Now, the queen of Lunar is coming to earth to try to marry Prince Kai and take over the ruling of the earth.
Cinder is thrown on a journey of discovery as she learns who she is and finds love with the handsome Prince/Emperor Kai.

I won’t lie, as much as I loved this book, the retelling of Cinderella and such, the big plot twist is very obvious from early on. The people I’ve talked to who also read the book, told me they also saw the plot twist coming. However, don’t let this take from the book because it is thoroughly enjoyable.


Recommend

If you like fairy tale retellings such as A Court of Thorn and Roses, Tiger Lily, the TV show Once Upon a Time, or if you like the Under the Never Sky series, you’ll find yourself enjoying this book. I couldn’t put it down, I just had to read it to the end and I’m looking forward to reading the next book in the series.


Rating

I have given this book a 4/5🌟

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Review: The Rest of Us Just Live Here

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Author: Patrick Ness
Publisher: Walker Books
Read: 22nd September 2015
Genre: Young Adult, YA, fantasy, contemporary, science fiction


Summary

What if you aren’t the Chosen One? The one who’s supposed to fight the zombies, or the soul-eating ghosts, or whatever the heck this new thing is, with the blue lights and the death?

What if you’re like Mikey? Who just wants to graduate and go to prom and maybe finally work up the courage to ask Henna out before someone goes and blows up the high school. Again.

Because sometimes there are problems bigger than this week s end of the world, and sometimes you just have to find the extraordinary in your ordinary life.

Even if your best friend is worshipped by mountain lions.


Review

Mikey lives in a small town where paranormal things happen. His best friend Jared is descendent from a god and the school he attends got blown up a few years ago. The first time we meet him and his sister and their friends, they’re out studying and they happen to be the last people to see  a indie kid called Finn, who runs into the forest and gets torn apart by a blue light.

But that sort of stuff doesn’t happen to them. They aren’t the indie kids, the ones with odd names and quirky fashion sense. Mikey is a politician’s son, who’s dad drinks a lot and who’s older sister died for four minutes. He works at a diner and

and he wants to go to prom. He doesn’t want the school to blow up, he doesn’t want to loose his best friend to the gods and he doesn’t want his sister to loose herself in anorexia again.

A story told from the perspective of a normal teenage boy who just has to deal with is life at home and at school, with the paranormal that’s going on around him not really affecting his life, this is a truly refreshing read and I am so glad to have picked it up.


Recommend

I think that if you liked Jenny Han’s books or Morgan Matson’s types of books, you’ll like this. I haven’t read any of Patrick Ness’s other books but after reading this, I most definitely will have to.


Rating

I have given this book a 4/5🌟

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Review: The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer

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Author: Michelle Hodkin
Publisher: Simon Pulse UK
Series: Mara Dyer, Book One
Read: 24th September 2015
Genre: Young Adult, YA, fiction, romance, fantasy, supernatural, paranormal


Summary

Mara Dyer doesn’t think life can get any stranger. She wakes from a coma in hospital with no memory of how she got there or of the bizarre accident that caused the deaths of her best friends and her boyfriend, yet left her mysteriously unharmed. The doctors suggest that starting over in a new city, a new school, would be good for her and just to let the memories gradually come back on their own.

But Mara’s new start is anything but comforting. She sees the faces of her dead friends everywhere, and when she suddenly begins to see other people’s deaths right before they happen, Mara wonders whether she’s going crazy! And if dealing with all this wasn’t enough, Noah Shaw, the most beautiful boy she has ever seen can’t seem to leave her alone… but as her life unravels around her, Mara can’t help but wonder if Noah has another agenda altogether…


Review

Mara wakes up in hospital and finds that she can’t really remember anything from the last few days. Predicted to kill her best friend by an Ouija board, she’s devastated to find that her friend has died in a building collapse and that’s the reason she’s in the hospital. Unable to stay in the town where she grew up with her friend, she begs her family to move so she can start fresh.

A few weeks later, they’re down in Florida and Mara and her siblings are starting at their new school, which is also a private school. There, she meets a new friends and makes an enemy of her Spanish teacher, as well as one of the most popular girls at school. She also comes across Noah Shaw, not thinking too much of him the first time she sees him.

But with all these strange deaths going on around her and her memories coming back to haunt her, Mara finds herself friends with the elusive English boy. When her younger brother goes missing, Noah is the one to show up at her window in the middle of the night and to rescue him. Noah is the one who brings her places and helps her deal with school bullies and Spanish teachers, as well as helping her with her returning memories.

And when they find out that what they can do can counter-act the other, Noah is the one convincing her to stay away from the pull of her powers. But Mara finds that she can’t and when it ends with her father in the hospital, Mara realises that she needs to turn herself in in order to stop herself.

That is, until she sees her dead ex-boyfriend walking through the halls of the police station.

An excellent book full of mystery, suspense and with a dash of romance, it’s a fab read for those looking for a new kind of supernatural to read.


Recommend

If you liked the Shatter Me series or the Covenant series, you’ll find yourself liking this book too. I’m looking forward to reading book two in the series, hopefully soon.


Rating

I gave this book a 5/5🌟

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