Google Image searching this book showed some pretty creepy pictures, so that makes me a tad bit excited to see what exactly this book is about.
Now that I think about it, I think it was my grandmother that recommended this book to me after watching the movie with my aunt. It does seem like a really good book, though.
I'm definetely not proud of this, considering I have my own time-turner, bracelet, shirt, broom, Sorting Hat, wand, and Film Wizardry book. Sadly, this is because of not having access to the books. My local library has 5-7, but they don't have the first 4. I want to be able to read the whole series together as a whole before I read the ending, even if that means re-reading the first 4 books. I've watched all the movies, though. I have also read Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. This is one that I'm really ashamed of, sorry!!
My friend Rebekah had this book, so theoretically I could read it whenever I wanted. The only reason I'm waiting is because I want to get my own copy to add to my Rick Riordan shrine
I feel really bad, but I have the first 2 books to this series, too. I'm not doing it on purpose, but once I buy I book I tend to take a while before I read it, because I'm so busy reading library books that I'm constantly checking out.
Similar to Divergent, I have the books. I'm 99% sure that the reason I haven't read this is because it doesn't seem that interesting. That, and I've heard people compare it to The Hunger Games, which I cried over and I'm not ready to go through that again, for now. Once I'm not as busy and I've knocked a couple other tbr books off my list, I'm sure I'll read this.
My mom has the only copy in the house, so I've been trying to patiently wait for her to finish reading it. The problem is, she only reads in the winter... At least she's past the half way mark!
I don't know a single thing about this series, but I know my best friend is in love with them. I feel bad, because I'm making her read Fablehaven- my favorite series- but I haven't read hers.