Man Crush Monday – Day



Y’all, I just recently read Marie Lu’s Legend, and I am in LOVE!


Oh, Day!


He’s handsome. He’s smart. He’s brave. He’s thoughtful. Everything a book boyfriend SHOULD be!


Yes, he’s a criminal, but could you BLAME him?


The corrupt militaristic government is appalling! Sending ten year old kids to be tested for potential, and then shipping off “failures” to “labor camps,” where they actually become lab rats in sick government experiments before they’re ultimately killed?! WHAT THE EVEN HECK?!


Thank BOB Day survived!


And it’s that same scrappiness and courage that makes him such an irresistible character. That and his compassion. He’s like a dystopian Robin Hood, stealing from the government and giving to those in the plague-infested slums. Despite being legendary, he continues to help his family, and he even “adopts” a little girl off of the streets who couldn’t survive on her own.


I can’t get enough of this hero.


Even after going through so much (unspeakably horrible things), he continues to fight for what’s right. I’ve got to admit, I’m a little bit in love with Day, making him this week’s ManCrushMonday!


What book boyfriend is YOUR ManCrushMonday?


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Happy Birthday Book Tuesday! 10/6/14

Happy Birthday Book Tuesday 10/6/14!

Happy Birthday to all the books coming out this week!

1. The Blood of Olympus (Heroes of Olympus Series #5) by Rick Riordan: I read Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief for a Children’s Literature class and really enjoyed it!

2. The Pointless Book by Alfie Deyes: This is an interactive book with games, activities, and pranks.

3. Mr. Miracle: A Christmas Novel by Debbie Macomber: Harry Mills is a guardian angel who helps 24 year old Addie Folsom get her life on track and find love.

4. Deadline by John Sanford: The 8th book in the Virgil Flowers Series and a thrilling mystery novel.

5. Paris Match by Stuart Woods: Stone Barrington returns to Paris in his 31st book with an enemy on his trail.

6. The Young Elites by Marie Lu: This book is about the “young elites” who survived the blood fever and are rumored to have special powers as a result.

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