Bookish thoughts!!!

My name is Nicole. I'm 30 years old and live in germany. This is going to be my little space where I share all my thoughts on books that I have read. English books will get a english review. German books get an english and german review if the book is available in english.

 

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My July 2018

Dear Ijeawele, or A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Miraculous - Das verwunschene Parfüm - Barbara Neeb, Katharina Schmidt Always Never Yours - Austin Siegemund-Broka, Emily Wibberley Children of Blood and Bone: Goldener Zorn - Tomi Adeyemi, Andrea Fischer Harry Potter und der Halbblutprinz  - J.K. Rowling
Dear Ijeawele, or A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions - 5 stars
Miraculous - Das verwunschene Parfüm - 5 stars
Always Never Yours - 5 stars
Children of Blood and Bone: Goldener Zorn - 4 stars
Harry Potter und der Halbblutprinz - 5 stars

 

Favorite book(s) of the month: Dear Ijeawele, Always Never Yours, Harry Potter (duh!)

 

Books started this month but haven't finished yet: Manga Classics: Romeo And Juliet

 

Look at me, finally posting my wrap up. I don't know why it's taking me so freaking long, it's not like I have tons of books to talk about. But 5 are not that bad, I'm actually super happy about it, especially since they all got a really good raiting from me, and were seriously soooo good. I'm still mad about me, for not finishing Romeo and Julie yet. I hate this play since highschool, I never read it there, and I have so many problems with it, still, even when it's in Manga format and way easier to read. I just don't like the story. Here we go, now I put a freaking mini review in this wrap up LOL

 
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Reading progress update: I've read 33%.

The Couple Next Door - Shari Lapena

Has anyone read this book???
Will these characters EVER get likeable?!

Der Halbblutprinz // The Half-Blood Prince!!!

Harry Potter und der Halbblutprinz  - J.K. Rowling

German and english review

 

Ich habe das Buch jetzt zum ersten Mal gelesen. Damals als die Bücher rausgekommen sind hab ich nach dem vierten Band aufgehört zu lesen, weil mir alles zu düster geworden ist. Jetzt bin ich bereit für den Schmerz und das viele Leiden.

 

Und gelitten habe ich mit dem Buch mehr als genug, vor allem zum Ende hin. Es war ja nichts Neues, die Filme habe ich ja oft genug gesehen, deswegen hat mich am Ende des Buches nichts wirklich überrascht, aber es war trotzdem ein mächtiger Schlag in die Magengrube.

 

Trotzdem hat mir das Buch unheimlich gut gefallen. Ich mochte die Rückblicke, in das Leben von Voldemort, seine Vergangenheit und all das. Ich fand es vor allem spannend wie es erzählt oder eher gezeigt wurde. Am Liebsten hätte ich es ja gehabt, wenn wir alles gleich am Anfang erfahren hätten und Dumbledore gleich alle Karten auf den Tisch gelegt hätte, aber wo wäre denn da die Spannung geblieben. Also hat es schon so gepasst.

 

Die Kids werden älter und so fängt neben all dem Drama, mit dem sie erst schon zutun haben, jetzt auch das Liebesdrama an. Bräuchte ich es? Nein! ABER, es war unterhaltsam und hat die ganze Sache ein bisschen mehr aufgelockert.

 

Ich will auf jeden fall noch dieses Jahr das letzte Buch lesen, damit ich es geschafft habe, alle Bücher der Serie zu lesen und dann irgendwann mit der Illustrierten Version weiter zu machen LOL

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I read this book for the first time ever, back in the day when the books wwere first released, I stopped reading after the 4th book because everything just got to dark for me. Now, these days, I'm in it to (not to win it but to) suffer.

 

And, oh boy, how much did I suffer throught this book, especially towards the end. Nothing new happened, cause I watched the movies more than once and I knew what was going to happen but the end still was a suckerpunch in the gut.

 

Still, I truly loved this book. I loved the flashbacks into the life of Voldemort, his whole backstory and everything. I especially loved how it was told and 'showed'. Of course, I would have loved if Dumbledore would've just told everything in the beginning and be done with it BUT that wouldn't have been suspenseful at all. So it totally worked for me.

 

Other than that, the kids are getting older, so with all the usual drama they deal with, now they also deal with relationship drama. Is it necessary? No! But, I still think it was entertaining and it kinda lightened things up a bit.

 

I really want to read the last book this year, cause I want to finally be done with the series, just so I can reread it in the illustrated version LOL

 
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Goldener Zorn // Children of Blood and Bone!!!

Children of Blood and Bone: Goldener Zorn - Tomi Adeyemi, Andrea Fischer

German and english review
First things first: I received this book through NetGalley.

 

 

Inhalt: Sie töteten meine Mutter.
Sie raubten uns die Magie.
Sie zwangen uns in den Staub.

Jetzt erheben wir uns.


Zélies Welt war einst voller Magie. Flammentänzer spielten mit dem Feuer, Geistwandler schufen schillernde Träume, und Seelenfänger wie Zélies Mutter wachten über Leben und Tod. Bis zu der Nacht, als ihre Kräfte versiegten und der machthungrige König von Orïsha jeden einzelnen Magier töten ließ. Die Blutnacht beraubte Zélie ihrer Mutter und nahm einem ganzen Volk die Hoffnung.

Jetzt hat Zélie eine einzige Chance, die Magie nach Orïsha zurückzuholen. Ihre Mission führt sie über dunkle Pfade, wo rachedurstige Geister lauern, und durch glühende Wüsten, die ihr und ihrer treuen Löwenesse alles abverlangen. Dabei muss sie ihren Feinden immer einen Schritt voraus sein. Besonders dem Kronprinzen, der mit allen Mitteln verhindern will, dass die Magie je wieder zurückkehrt …

 

Ich wollte das Buch so viel mehr lieben als ich es letzendlich tat. Aber ich mochte es, das ist ja schließlich auch was.

 

Ich mochte den Schreibstil der Autorin unheimlich gerne, ich finde sie hat es toll gemacht uns die Welt näher zu bringen und alles zu erklären aber auch noch genug Raum für die eigene Fantasie gelassen. Ich mochte die Welt, die sie erschaffen hat und die Atmosphäre.

 

Ich mochte, dass wir die Geschichte aus drei verschiedenen Sichten erzählt bekommen haben. Zélie, Amari, und Inan. Obwohl ich sagen muss, dass ich ab einem gewissen Zeitpunkt keine Lust mehr auf Inans Sicht der Dinge hatte und liebendgerne seine Kapitel übersprungen hätte. Dafür mochte ich die anderen Beiden um so mehr.

 

Was mich gleich zu dem Thema Charakter bringt. Wir haben Zélie, die ich einfach sofort mag. Sie ist mir gleich ans Herz gewachsen und durch das Buch hinweg, ist sie mir immer wichtiger geworden. Alles an ihrer Kindheit hat mir das Herz gebrochen, alles im Hier und Jetzt hat mich zum Verzweifeln gebracht, weil Dinge passiert sind, die sie nicht beeinflussen konnte aber auch weil sie für sich eigenartige Entscheidungen getroffen hat, die ich absolut nicht nachvollziehen konnte und es immer noch nicht kann. Doch ich mochte sie einfach unheimlich gerne.
Das Gleiche gilt für Amari, ich muss allerdings ehrlich gestehen, dass ich sie doch ein bisschen mehr mag. Sie hat eindeutig die größte Verwandlung in dem Buch durchgemacht. Sie hat wirklich auch so viel durchmachen müssen aber ist dadurch um einiges stärker geworden.
Zu Inan sage ich nichts, weil ich seine Rolle in dem Buch einfach nur eine riesengroße Zeitverschwendung finde. Ich fand es am Anfang interessant, dass er ebenfalls magische Kräfte hatte, das war aber auch das einzig interessante an ihm. In jedem seiner Kapitel hat er seine Meinung zu Dingen und die Seiten gewechselt, manchmal sogar innerhalb eines Kapitels. Das hat mich einfach nur genervt.

 

Da kommen wir gleich zum nächsten Thema das mich mächtig gestört hat. Die Beziehung zwischen Zélie und Inan. Was war das denn? War das nötig? Vor allem kann ich immer noch nicht nachvollziehen, wie das Ganze entstanden ist, geschweige denn wie sich die ganze Sache entwickelt hat. Wenn ich vor allem bedenke, wie lange Zélie gebraucht hat um Amari als etwas anderes zu sehen als ihren Vater, der ihre Mutter und so viele andere hat töten lassen. Nach allem was Inan selbst getan hat, fand ich diesen Wandel einfach nur furchtbar.
Die Beziehung/Freundschaft zwischen Zélie und Amari fand ich dabei um einiges interessanter, wie es sich im Laufe des Buches entwickelt hat und wie Zélie in Amari mit der Zeit eine echte Freundin und Vertraute gesehen hat, anstatt ihre Feindin. (Abgesehen von den familiären Beziehung wie Zélie und ihr Vater, oder Zélie und Tzain, ihrem Bruder, fand ich die Beziehung zwischen Zélie und Amari eigentlich am allerwichtigsten).

 

Alles in allem mochte ich das Buch total, allerdings wurde es mir durch einige Kleinigkeiten kaputt gemacht. Ich bin allerdings total auf das nächste Buch gespannt.

 

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Summary: They killed my mother.
They took our magic.
They tried to bury us.

Now we rise.

Zélie Adebola remembers when the soil of Orïsha hummed with magic. Burners ignited flames, Tiders beckoned waves, and Zélie’s Reaper mother summoned forth souls.

But everything changed the night magic disappeared. Under the orders of a ruthless king, maji were killed, leaving Zélie without a mother and her people without hope.

Now Zélie has one chance to bring back magic and strike against the monarchy. With the help of a rogue princess, Zélie must outwit and outrun the crown prince, who is hell-bent on eradicating magic for good.

Danger lurks in Orïsha, where snow leoponaires prowl and vengeful spirits wait in the waters. Yet the greatest danger may be Zélie herself as she struggles to control her powers and her growing feelings for an enemy.

 

I wanted to love this book so much more than I actually did. But I liked it, so this is something, I guess.

 

I loved the writing and how the author brought this world to live and explained enough to get me there, but left me enough room to get my own imagination going. I loved the world she build and the setting, and just the whole atmosphere.

 

I really liked that the story was told from three different points of view. Zélie, Amari, and Inan. Although I have to say that after a certain time, I was so done with Inan's point of view and would've loved to just skip his parts. I loved the other two way more.

 

This brings me right to the characters. We have Zélie, who I loved from the first page. She had a place in my heart right away and throughout the book, she became more and more important to me. Everything about her childhood, her whole past, broke my heart. Everything in the here and now, frustrated me to no end, cause things happend that she couldn't control but she also made decisions herself that I couldn't understand at the time, and still can't. I still loved her very much.
The same goes for Amari, I have to admit, though, that I love her a bit more. She grew the most throughout this story. She went through quite a lot in her life but she came out so much stronger at the end.
I don't actually want to say anything about Inan, cause I thought his role in the book was just a big waste of time. In the beginning, I thought it was really interesting that he had magic, but that was and still is the only interesting thing about him. He changed his opinion and sides every chapter, sometimes even in the same chapter. He just annoyed me to know end.

 

So let's talk about the next thing that annoyed me a lot. The relationship between Zélie and Inan. What even was that? Was that in anyway necessary? I still can't understand or even begin to understand how this even happened and how things developed between them. Especially thinking about the fact that Zélie took forever to see Amari as anything else than her father, who killed her mother and so many other people. After everything Inan done himself, I just thought that change was just terrible.
The relationship between Zélie and Amari was so much more interesting, how this developed and how Zélie started to see Amari as a real friend and someone she could trust, instead of her enemy.
(Apart from the familial relationships, Zélie and her dad, or Zélie and Tzain, her brother, I tought the relationship between Zélie and Amari was the most important one).
 

Overall, I liked the book a lot, there were just small parts that didn't make me love it. But I'm very interested and excited for the next book.

 
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Always Never Yours!!!

Always Never Yours - Austin Siegemund-Broka, Emily Wibberley

I'm just such a big fan of Emily Wibberley's The Last Oracle series, that I had to read her newest book, even though the genre was the complete opposite and she had a co author for this one.

 

And I loved it. I truly loved this book and Megan's story.

 

Summary: Megan Harper is the girl before. All her exes find their one true love right after dating her. It’s not a curse or anything, it’s just the way things are, and Megan refuses to waste time feeling sorry for herself. Instead, she focuses on pursuing her next fling, directing theatre, and fulfilling her dream school’s acting requirement in the smallest role possible.

But her plans quickly crumble when she’s cast as none other than Juliet–yes, that Juliet–in her high school’s production. It’s a nightmare. No–a disaster. Megan’s not an actress and she’s certainly not a Juliet. Then she meets Owen Okita, an aspiring playwright who agrees to help Megan catch the eye of a sexy stagehand in exchange for help writing his new script.

Between rehearsals and contending with her divided family, Megan begins to notice Owen–thoughtful, unconventional, and utterly unlike her exes, and wonders: shouldn’t a girl get to play the lead in her own love story?

 

 

I loved Megan the main character. Most of the times, when it comes to contemporary, you always have the main character who is supposed to be that perfect little butterfly. Megan wasn't. And I loved that. It also made me love her even more. She was flawed, she made mistakes. But she grew. She seriously grew so much throughout the whole book.
We also had some really great side characters that I absolutely loved. Anthony, who is one of Megan's best friends. And Madeleine, her other best friend. And of course Owen. Owen, be still my heart. He was amazing and wonderful and just overall very dreamy.

 

I loved the relationships in this book. The friendships. Megan and Anthony. Megan and Madeleine. They also weren't perfect. They had quite some flaws. But I loved that. I loved to see characters in friendships that weren't perfect but that were worth fighting for.
The same goes for the family dynamics. Megan's family, with her parents being divorced, Megan living with her father and his pregnant wife and her little sister. Her mother living in a different state, having also a new man in her life. The struggles Megan had with that, with feeling out of place and feeling like she doesn't belong. And how all of this just grew throughout the story, how it developed. I loved it.
Romantic realionships. We had quite a few of those. I hated them all, except for Megan and Owen. And Anthony and Eric. I had all the feels about these idiots, who were so perfect for each other but had a tough time actually getting together.

 

The setting of this story was also amazing. It wasn't just centered around Highschool students, but there was also the theatre element, them working on a play and all the struggles with that.

 

Overall, I loved it. I loved the characters, the setting, the writing!!!

 
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My June 2018

Ms. Marvel Vol. 4: Last Days - Marvel Comics If I Tell You - Alicia Tuckerman Das fünfte Zeichen - Jo Nesbø Miraculous - Alya in Gefahr - Barbara Neeb, Katharina Schmidt
Ms. Marvel Vol. 4: Last Days - 5 stars
If I Tell You - 2.5 stars
Das fünfte Zeichen - 4 stars
Miraculous - Alya in Gefahr - 5 stars

 

Favorite book(s) of the month: Ms. Marvel Vol. 4

 

Books started this month but haven't finished yet: Manga Classics: Romeo And Juliet, Always Never Yours, Goldener Zorn (Children of Blood and Bone)

 

Well, well well, last month was the month of me starting to read all the books but rarely finishing them LOL It's not the fault of the books, it's all mine. I'm terrible.

 
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Reading progress update: I've read 184 out of 352 pages.

Always Never Yours - Austin Siegemund-Broka, Emily Wibberley

I just love how flawed and real these friendships are.

 
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Dear Ijeawele, or a Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions!!!

Dear Ijeawele, or A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Just like 'We Should All Be Feminists', this book is so damn important and everyone should read it.

 

I could've easily went through this book in one sitting in the span of a few minutes. But I didn't. I took my time and read every one of the suggestions and thought about them. I'm still thinking about them. I really wanted to soak up every word that Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was writing, she has such a wonderful way with words and really gets the important message across.

 

I highlighted so many quotes that I just wanna reread a few times more (I'll probably end up reading the whole book a few times more, to be completely honest.)

 
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Miraculous - Das verwunschene Parfüm!!!

Miraculous - Das verwunschene Parfüm - Barbara Neeb, Katharina Schmidt

Erstens: Ich habe durch NetGalley einen ARC erhalten. (I couldn't find a english version of the book that's why my review will only be in german)

 

Wie immer eine unheimlich süße und richtig schöne, leichte Unterhaltung, die man wirklich gut in einem Rutsch durchlesen kann. Eindeutig gut für Kinder, aber auch für Erwachsene in meinem Alter super als kleiner Snack zwischendurch geeignet.

 

Ich mochte in dem Teil besonders die Momente mit Tikki und die Freundschaft die Marinette mit Tikki verbindet.

 
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Miraculous - Alya in Gefahr!!!

Miraculous - Alya in Gefahr - Barbara Neeb, Katharina Schmidt

Erstens: Ich habe durch NetGalley einen ARC erhalten. (I couldn't find a english version of the book that's why my review will only be in german)

 

 

Ich mag die Bücher einfach (vor allem mitten in der Nacht, wenn ich nicht schlafen kann, genug davon habe, die Decke anzustarren und einfach ein bisschen leichte Unterhaltung brauche, weil mein Hirn tot müde ist und nichts anderes verarbeiten kann).

 

Ich finde die Bücher einfach klasse, sie sind nichts Neues weil ich die einzelnen Folgen der Serie schon gefühlt mehr als 100 Mal gesehen habe. Aber ich mag die Characktere, ich mag die Geschichten. Ich mag alles.

 

In dem Band hat mir besonders Alya gefallen, ich finde sie einfach toll, deswegen hab ich es gerne, wenn sie mehr mit einbezogen wird. Und auch das wir ein bisschen mehr von der Geschichte von der "Marienkäfergöttin" erfahren haben.

 
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Das Fünfte Zeichen // The Devil's Star!!!

Das fünfte Zeichen - Jo Nesbø

German and english review
First things first: I received this book through NetGalley.

 

Diesmal nur eine kurze und vor allem spoilerfreie Bewertung.

 

 

Ich bin so unheimlich froh, dass ich das Buch jetzt endlich hinter mir habe, dass liegt nicht an dem Buch an sich, sondern an einer besonderen Storyline, wenn ihr die Bücher lest, wisst ihr sicher was ich meine, wenn nicht, dann will ich nichts verraten. Aber es ist endlich überstanden, jetzt hab ich das Gefühl, dass ich irgendwie viel frischer in den Rest der Serie starten kann.

 

Den Fall fand ich wirklich richtig gut erzählt und auch wirklich spannend bis zum Schluss. Ich hatte zwar einen Verdacht, aber wie immer hab ich den zur Seite geschoben und am Ende war ich dem Ganzen doch näher als gedacht.

 

Am besten hat mich die Auflösung von der ein oder anderen Storyline gefallen, die in vorherigen Büchern schon angefangen wurde. Ihr wisst was ich meine. Ich dachte erst wir würden nicht sehr viel von Rakel und Oleg sehen, aber war froh, wie sich das im Laufe des Buches entwickelt hat. Es ist nicht wirklich ein Spoiler aber trotzdem VORSICHT: Der Moment in dem Oleg zu Harry Papa gesagt hat, hat bei mir für alle möglichen Gefühle gesorgt und obwohl die Situation angespannt war, hat es mich grinsen lassen wie ein totaler Idiot.

 

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This time around it's just going to be a short and spoiler free review.

 

I'm just so very happy that I am finally done with this book, it's not about the book itself but one of the storylines. If you read the book, you know what I mean. If you haven't read it, I won't spoil anything. But I did it. It's finally done. Now I have the feeling that I can somehow start fresh and new into the rest of the series.

 

The case itself was really damn well told and kept me guessing until the very end. I can't say I never had a feeling but I always push it aside and at the end of it all, I always come pretty close.

 

What I loved the most, was that storylines from the books before were being wrapped up. You know what I mean. After the beginning, I didn't expect to see anything from Rakel and Oleg but I was so so SO happy how things developed throughout the book. It's not really that much of a spoiler but well, SPOILER, the moment when Oleg calls Harry dad, made me feel all the feels and even though the situation was super tense, I kept smiling like a total idiot.

 
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Reading progress update: I've read 73%.

Das fünfte Zeichen - Jo Nesbø

Slowly but surely making my way through this...I can't wait to be done with Waaler, I can't read his name anymore.

 
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Reading progress update: I've read 7%.

Children of Blood and Bone: Goldener Zorn - Tomi Adeyemi, Andrea Fischer

When in a reading slump, start all the books.

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If I Tell You!!!

If I Tell You - Alicia Tuckerman

First things first: I received this book through NetGalley.
actual raiting: 2.5 stars

 

 

 

Summary: What if the secret is more damaging than the lie?
I never planned on falling in love in Two Creeks, but since when has life ever followed a plan?
The day I fell for Phoenix Stone, there was no warning. She shattered the world I knew.

This is a story about being seventeen and growing up in rural Australia. Falling in love for the first time, following your dreams and disappointing your parents. Being brave enough to live your life, even when life is terrifying.

In fear there is bravery – you can either cling to the edge or have the courage to jump. But what do you do when you’re left spiralling through the freefall?

Be proud. Be seen. Live life fearlessly.

 

It's been a hot minute since I was so mad about a book as I am with this one. It hurts my soul, cause I wanted to love this book so much.

 

I had so so so many problems with this.

 

Let me start by saying that I'm a person who holdes grudges. So the fact that somehow Alex was able to get over all the things Justin said to her or the things her mother said and did. I don't understand. I just don't understand. There was still some tension between her and her mother at the end. But with Justin she was totally fine and I JUST DON'T UNDERSTAND.

 

And then we have the whole Phoenix situation. I'm just so so so SO SO SO mad.

Spoiler!!!! Gay people can die. I'm totally aware of the fact that they aren't magical creatures that are immortal. I am painfully aware of this, since so many storytellers (no matter what media) decide to kill the gays and I'm pretty much sick of this.

 

It's not even that I liked Phoenix that much. I mean, I truly loved her in the beginning but she got just way too much for me. I didn't paticular like the relationship between her and Alex. Everything was just way too frustrating for me. But at the end of the book, I just feel like Phoenix was used as a tool to get Alex out of her shell, to have her more open about who she is and what she wants to do. And then we got rid off Phoenix. I don't like that.

 

But I don't want to end the review without mentioning a few things that I actually liked.
- Lin. Hated her in the beginning but she ended up being my absolute favorite.
- Van. No wonder that guy was so messed up half of the book.
- Alex and her relationship with her father.
- Gilly.
- Phoenix' and Van's family.

 
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Reading progress update: I've read 85%.

If I Tell You - Alicia Tuckerman

I actually wanted to finish this book today, but then something happened, I had a feeling it was going to happen, but I stayed in denial until the book literally spelled it out for me. And I just got a bit mad and had to put it aside. Maybe tomorrow I will finish it. Maybe.

Last Days!!!

Ms. Marvel Vol. 4: Last Days - Marvel Comics

PEOPLE!!!!!
I'm so glad I finally picked up the next volume. I seriously can't get enough of Kamala Khan, she's my absolute favorite. I love everything about her.

 

I think that these volumes are just getting better and better and I can't wait to see were things will go. I need the next volume, as soon as I will get the chance to buy it. I want it right now but well...

 

This volume had so many great moments, that made me squeal and go awww....IT WAS AMAZING!!!!

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