Favorite Quotes

'Once upon a time, there was a man as great as the gods...... But even the great can tremble with fear. Even the great can Fall.

Mary E. Pearson, Kiss of Deception

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Review: Just One Year by Gayle Forman

Grade: 4.5 Butterflies
Series: Just One Day #2
Author: Gayle Forman
Publisher: Speak
Pages: Hardcover, 323 pages

Goodreads Summary

Before you find out how their story ends, remember how it began....

When he opens his eyes, Willem doesn’t know where in the world he is—Prague or Dubrovnik or back in Amsterdam. All he knows is that he is once again alone, and that he needs to find a girl named Lulu. They shared one magical day in Paris, and something about that day—that girl—makes Willem wonder if they aren’t fated to be together. He travels all over the world, from Mexico to India, hoping to reconnect with her. But as months go by and Lulu remains elusive, Willem starts to question if the hand of fate is as strong as he’d thought. . . .

If you didn't see my review for Just One Day I loved it! It blew me away. With the ending it had I started reading this one right away. I know sometimes sequels of books you love don't reach your expectations and leave you disappointed, but not this one.  This one was just as good as Just One Day and I loved it so much!!! All of the great aspects of Just One Day, the great characters, heartwarming themes, outstanding writing, and additive plot, were in this one as well. I was so hooked in this story that I read this one book in just one day (do you get it? It's a play on words, get it? Oh never mind).

This one is about what happened in Willem's life in that year in which Allyson and Willem were apart. It tells us what happens in his life, how he was when they got separated, ect. Sadly though, and this is the only thing I didn't like about this book, it didn't show their day together. He looks back on their day in Paris often, but it never showed us that whole day. I was really looking forward to seeing that day from his POV, but oh well.

This one had the same feel to it and the same driving force of the plot as Just One Day had. It is about how their day together and their love for one another helped change themselves and their lives. There is just as much character development for Willem in this book as there was for Allyson in the first book. It was also written just as wonderfully as it was in Just One Day. However, the difference between each book is that while in the first book that day in Paris gives Allyson the strength to change, in this book is instead sets off a chain of events that helps improve Willem's life and gives him the chance to find stability in his life. It was so amazing to read his relationship with his mother get better and his life in general. Also, his memory of Allyson and his admiration of her helps gives him the courage to face these changes in his life and accept them.

The writing, as usually, was amazing and fantastic! Its so poetic, but it's not overly so that it overwhelms you. The character development was, again, amazing! Gayle Forman is just so brilliant at writing fleshed out characters and character development!

This one was just as great and outstanding as Just One Day! I loved it so much and it was an amazing continuation of Willem and Allyson's story! It has the same amazing characters, gripping plot, and beautiful writing as the first one had. If you haven't started this series, please do so because it is fantastic and I love it!

-Side note- Be aware that this leaves off at the same part as Just One Day did so have a copy of Just One Night ready to devour after finishing this.

-Side, side note- Read this one before reading Just One Night because it makes the reading experience for this one and Just One Night so much better.

This book got....
4.5 Butterflies
Beautiful, this is a great book. 

Happy reading

Monday, July 28, 2014

Review: Just One Day by Gayle Forman

Grade: 5 Butterflies
Series: Just One Day #1
Author: Gayle Forman
Publisher: Speak
Pages: Paperback, 400 pages

Allyson Healey's life is exactly like her suitcase—packed, planned, ordered. Then on the last day of her three-week post-graduation European tour, she meets Willem. A free-spirited, roving actor, Willem is everything she’s not, and when he invites her to abandon her plans and come to Paris with him, Allyson says yes. This uncharacteristic decision leads to a day of risk and romance, liberation and intimacy: 24 hours that will transform Allyson’s life.

A book about love, heartbreak, travel, identity, and the “accidents” of fate,Just One Day shows us how sometimes in order to get found, you first have to get lost. . . and how often the people we are seeking are much closer than we know.

Whenever I read contemporary it is always a hit or miss for me. The genre itself doesn't often appeal to me, it's just not what I like to read, so a contemporary book has to be amazing, outstanding, with a side of brilliant for me to love it. I went into this one, because of all the hype, thinking I was at least going to enjoy it. I had no idea that I would fall head over heels for this book! This book is one of my all time favorite contemporaries! I loved this book so much, it had the whole package. It has a romance that I can get behind of, writing that is just outstanding, characters and character development that was amazing, and a story line that had me hooked from line one! I am writing this a month after reading it because it left me speechless, I literally couldn't put my love for this book into words until now.

I think what really made this book for me was how it wasn't just a love story between two strangers, it was so much more then that. This book was very much focused on Allyson's personal growth as a person. She just grew so much in this book and it was written so well that I loved it!! I don't often like reading coming-of-age stories but I was so invested in this one!

I also liked how even though it was focused on Allyson's character development it didn't ignore the love story. They were basically one in the same. Allyson's love for Willem and the day they had together gave her the strength and  perspective to grow. Before she met Willem she was to afraid to really change, but knowing him made her realize it's okay to change. This aspect of the story was just so enjoyable to read and it made me love the book even more! Also, the title of the book kind of fooled me, because this book takes place in a year time span, not just one day. But thinking it over more the title refers to the day that changed her life (dramatic I know, but if you read it you understand).

If you couldn't tell by now, I loved all of the characters in this book! They were all so great and outstandingly written. This women has a gift with writing characters and character development. None of the characters felt unrealistic or plastic, none of the character development felt forced, and Allyson was so easy to relate to.

I loved this book!!  I don't think I had any problems with it because it was pure genius! If you haven't read this one already do so now, because it has everything a reader could want, even one that doesn't like contemporary. It has fantastically written characters that are so easy to relate to, Themes that were beautifully executed, and a story line that will hook you from page one. Looking over at this review I don't think I conveyed my love for it well, but just know that this is a statistic book that I am in love with. I. loved. this. book!!

This book got....

 5 Butterflies
Blew me away, one of the best books ever!

Read this one now!!!
Happy reading (this book)

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Review: The Exiled Queen by Cinda Williams Chima

Grade: 4.5 Butterflies
Series: Seven Realms #2
Author: Cinda Williams Chima
Publisher: Hyperion
Pages: Paperback, 586 pages

Goodreads Summary

Haunted by the loss of his mother and sister, Han Alister journeys south to begin his schooling at Mystwerk House in Oden’s Ford. But leaving the Fells doesn’t mean that danger isn't far behind. Han is hunted every step of the way by the Bayars, a powerful wizarding family set on reclaiming the amulet Han stole from them. And Mystwerk House has dangers of its own. There, Han meets Crow, a mysterious wizard who agrees to tutor Han in the darker parts of sorcery—but the bargain they make is one Han may regret. 

Meanwhile, Princess Raisa ana’Marianna runs from a forced marriage in the Fells, accompanied by her friend Amon and his triple of cadets. Now, the safest place for Raisa is Wein House, the military academy at Oden's Ford. If Raisa can pass as a regular student, Wein House will offer both sanctuary and the education Raisa needs to succeed as the next Gray Wolf queen. 

Everything changes when Han and Raisa’s paths cross, in this epic tale of uncertain friendships, cut-throat politics, and the irresistible power of attraction.

I started this one right after reading the Demon king because I am in love with this world and this story! This book was even better then The Demon King!! I loved it! The plot got more layered, the characters got more depth, and the world got even more world-building added on. It. Was. Amazing!! There were a couple of minor issues I had with it but they pale in comparison to the pros of this book.

This story starts out right where The Demon King left off, Raisa is going to Oden's Ford for training and safety and Han is also going to Oden's Ford for wizard training. I loved how these two stories were going in basically the same direction but yet never smashed into each other. This made you read even faster in anticipation to see when Han and Raisa met again. Again I will comment on how I love books with multiple stories coinciding with one another and coming together.

The plot in this book was just so good!! There was just so much layers to it and it got even more layers in this book, it was just so great to read!! I loved how everything was connected, in ways you understood and sometimes in ways you didn't, you just knew that it was connected. I loved the politics we got from The Fells and Raisa's place in it and Han's life slowly spiraling out of his control. It was just so addicting to read!!! And again this plot was so well written, this author has a gift of writing complicated plots.

In this book we get to see even more of the world, we get to see what it looks like outside of the Fells and I loved that. It made the world seem even more real and developed! We also got more information about magic and wizardry and I love any form of magic so this was really entertaining for me to read.

The characters were also better in this book. They got even more depth and they grew so much more. Raisa is now so much more stronger and smarter, I can't wait to see her in all of her pissed-off princess glory. Although Han I think got stupider. He used to be full of street smarts and all that but I felt he was a little to trusting for himself in this book. He wasn't once suspicious of Crow and he never really thought he was being played, really Han, really? But all that aside I still felt really disconnected to the characters. When Raisa was having her heart broke by Amon and they were in that tragic situation I didn't feel devastated, at all.  I felt a little bit of sadness from that, but not an overwhelming feelings or even an usual amount of emotion. This was just disappointing.

The other little problem I had with this book was the length. I know this is a longer book, it's roughly 600 pages. However, when you sit down and read it, it doesn't feel that long. I was really busy when I read this, I had a lot going on and so that contributed to how long I was reading this. After things settled down in my life my speed picked up and I finished the last half in two days. So, even though its long it doesn't feel that long because of it's fast pace it does if you have a lot going in your life. Be warned about that.

Overall, I thought this was an amazing sequel and a great continuation to this series! The plot was so good, I devoured  it, and the world got even better and more fleshed out, even the character got better, though I still felt disconnected. I am in love with this story and I can't wait to continue on and see what happens to Raisa, Han, and the Fells!!!

This book got....

4.5 Butterflies
Beautiful, this is a great book that I loved!!!

Happy reading!

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Review: The Demon King by Cinda Williams Chima

Grade: 4 Butterflies
Series: Seven Realms #1
Author: Cinda Williams Chima
Publisher: Hyperion
Pages: Paperback, 506 pages

Goodreads Summary

One day Han Alister catches three young wizards setting fire to the sacred mountain of Hanalea. Han takes an amulet away from Micah Bayar, son of the High Wizard, to ensure the boy won’t use it against him. The amulet once belonged to the Demon King, who nearly destroyed the world a millennium ago. With a magical piece so powerful at stake, Han knows that the Bayars will stop at nothing to get it back.

Meanwhile, Princess Raisa ana’Marianna has her own battle to fight. She’s just returned to court after three years of riding and hunting with her father’s family. Raisa aspires to be like Hanalea, the legendary warrior queen who killed the Demon King and saved the world. But it seems that her mother has other plans for her—plans that include a suitor who goes against everything the Queendom stands for.

The Seven Realms will tremble when the lives of Han and Raisa collide in this stunning page-turner from best-selling author Cinda Williams Chima.

So, for a while now I have been on a fantasy kick and this one was one top of my TBR because I've heard nothing but praise for this one. However, I was a little wary because fantasy books can so easily be done wrong, but thankfully I had nothing to worry about. This book was everything it said it would be and more! It was full of mystery, romance, intrigue, politics, magic, destiny and so much more! I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of reading this book.

 This book starts out with two stories, the story of Han Alister and his struggle to feed his family and live, then there's the princess Raisa and her life in court and politics. These two stories coincide with one another for the whole book, even though they met only once in this book. I love this aspect of this book because I just love books that have two stories that impact each other and intertwine with one another and the author wrote it so well! I applaud this author for her layering of this plot, layering that I hear only gets better as the story progress.

Speaking of this plot, it was great to read! It kept me entertained and never lost my attention. However, there are a few slow parts in this book. It is the first book in a series so the story and world needed some build up before the story really got off. So the first half was on the slow side, but the last half is when everything started connecting and stuff really started to happen. Even though the first half was a bit slow I was still really interested and invested in the story because of the world and the great writing.

The world in this book was so well developed and brilliantly written!! I loved it and the tension the author created between each class. In this world there are four main types of people. There are the Clan who live in one portion of the kingdom and they live like Indians, they sleep in tents they were animal skin, ect. Then there's the city people, people who live in the city and are mostly poor. The noble men who are nobles. Finally, there's the wizards who have lots of influence to the Queen and the kingdom. I loved how each class of people hated the others in there own ways and most of the time they disliked each other just because of rumors and societal expectations. It was just so enjoyable to read about the tension between each class and the potential for war. It was just such a great, but not great, world!!

The characters are one of the few things I didn't like about this book. It's not like they were bad, I really liked Han and Raisa, but I just didn't feel connected to them. This could be because it's a first book in the series or something else, but I just didn't feel that connected to them as people even though I loved reading there stories. It's weird I know. Also, don't think it's because they weren't well written, they were. They had a lot of depth and a lot of growth, I just couldn't get connected to them. Also, side note, I felt like how Han was portrayed to readers when reading in his POV was so different then how he was when he was being seen through another's eyes. In hindsight this is actually really realistic because no one is how they seem to other people, but it just felt weird when reading it.

Overall this story was very enjoyable and fun to read. I just love fantasy books that have court politics and intrigue and if you combine that with magic and tensions between classes I am sold. It was also extremely well written and I love where the plot is going! I would highly recommend this to any fantasy lover or to anyone really, because it isn't an epic fantasy so it's really easy to get into the world.

This book got...

 4 Butterflies
Beloved, This is a really good book!

Happy reading!

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Booktube-A-Thon Master status post.

This will be my master post for my progress on the booktube-a-thon. I know this is a little late, since it's already Wednesday, but better late then never.

Pages Read: 150
Books Finished: The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Parson  
Currently Reading: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Pages Read Overall: 150
Books Finished Overall: The Kiss of Deception 

Pages Read: 164
Books Finished: None
Currently Reading: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Pages Read Overall: 314
Books Finished Overall: The Kiss of Deception 

Pages Read: 212
Books Finished: None
Currently Reading: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Pages Read Overall: 526
Books Finished Overall: The Kiss of Deception

Pages Read: 300
Books Finished: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Currently Reading: Wicked Lovely by Malissa Marr
Pages Read Overall: 826
Books Finished Overall: The Kiss of Deception & Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Pages Read: 328
Books Finished: Wicked Lovely by Marissa Marr
Currently Reading: Siege  and Storm by Leigh Bardugo
Pages Read Overall: 1154
Books Finished Overall: The Kiss of Deception; Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire; &  Wicked Lovely

Pages Read: 100
Books Finished: None
Currently Reading: Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo
Pages Read Overall: 1254
Books Finished Overall: The Kiss of Deception; Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire; &  Wicked Lovely

Pages Read: 250
Books Finished: None
Currently Reading: Killer Frost by Jennifer Estep
Pages Read Overall: 1504
Books Finished Overall: The Kiss of Deception; Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire; &  Wicked Lovely

How are you doing in the Booktube-A-Thon?
Happy reading

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Reading Challenges Mid -Year Review

Since June has come and gone it's time to review how I am doing in my reading challenges. To be frank I am not doing well at all. This is mainly because I often view challenges as what I want to read, not what I will read. I don't make TBRs based on my challenges or pick up a book based on it, I only pick up a book if I want to read it. So, most often the books I read don't correspond with my challenges. I'm fine with this and there's nothing wrong with it, but I want to get better at consulting my challenges for books mainly for my series challenge. I really want to finish lots more series before the end of the year.


Goodreads Reading Challenge.

2014 Reading Challenge

2014 Reading Challenge
Kimberly has read 44 books toward her goal of 100 books.
I have read 44 books out of 100 so far this year.

To tell you guys a not-so-secret secret I don't take this challenge all that series. For the past 3 years my yearly goal has been to read at least 100 books and I've never made it there yet. That doesn't bother me one bit. For me I look at this challenge as my overall goal, but not a goal to stress over. If I read 100 books I read 100 books and I'll be really proud of myself. However, if I read 80 books in a year I'll still be happy and I won't be sad that I didn't get to 100. 

The Seriously Series Reading Challenge
It is hosted by Reading the Paranormal

My goals were:
Series started before 2014 - 13-18 Series Read.
Series stared in 2014 - 1-6 Series Read.
Series Re-reads - 1-6 Series Read.

Series Finished:

Started Before 2014- 3
Shatter Me Series by Tahereh Mafi -Read- Ignite Me
The Blood of Eden Series by Julie Kagawa -Read- The Eternity Cure & The Forever Song
If I Stay Series by Gayle Forman -Read- Where She Went

Started In 2014 -1
Just One Day Series by Gayle Forman -Read- Just One Day, Just One Year, & Just One Night

Series Re-Reads-1
Hex Hall Series by Rachel Hawkins -Read- Spellbound

2014 TBR Pile Reading Challenge
It is hosted by Bookish.

My Goal:
11-20 Books - A Friendly Hug

Books Read: 2
Where She Went by Gayle Forman
Crown of Embers by Rae Carson

Full House Reading Challenge 
It is hosted by Book DateThis challenge is where you read and review a
 book for every square on the card below.

The squares  with the red star are ones I have completed. 

So, I have almost completed this one, thankfully. I can at least say I'm making progress with at least one challenge. 

That's how my challenges are going. How are your reading challenges?
Happy reading

Monday, July 14, 2014

The Booktube-A-Thon TBR

If you don't know the Booktube-A-Thon is a Read-A-Thon that is focused around Booktubers and Booktube. This doesn't mean bloggers can't do it and so I am doing it. If you want more info I will link the Youtube channel for the Booktube-A-Thon HERE

This Read-A-Thon goes from Monday July 14th, today, (yes I know this post is late) to Sunday July 20th. There are a few challenges for this one and I tried to put a book on my TBR for each of the challenges.

The Reading Challenges:
A book with pictures.
Start and finish a series.
A book with red on the cover.
A book someone else picks out for you.
A book from the genre you've read the least this year.
A book to movie adaptation
Read seven books.

The Books!

The Strange Case of Dr. Jeyklle and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson- Challenge| A Book to Movie Adaptation  
Paranoia by J. R. Johanson- Challenge| A Book with red on the cover
Rot and Ruin by Jonathan Maberry- Challenge| A Book from the genre you've read the least this year
The One and Only Ivan by Kathrine Applegate- Challenge| A Book with pictures
Carnival of Souls by Marrisa Marr- Challenge| A Book someone else picks out for you 

I will make a separate post that will be my master post for my stats.

That's my TBR, if you're doing this, what's your TBR pile?
Happy reading

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

July TBR

Hello, sorry this is a little late. I've been really busy with Camp NaNoWriMo and haven't had a lot of time to blog. This month may be a slow month, reading and blogging wise, because of Camp NaNoWriMo, but I still have a few books I want to get through this month. 


The Hero of the Ages by Brandon Sanderson- I really want to finish this series because I need to know how it ends and what happens!!

Rot & Ruin by Jonathan Maberry- I've had this one my shelf for a long time now. And because I'm doing a TBR pile Reading Challenge I've decided to try and read this one this month. It sounds really good and I"m hopping to fly through it.

The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson- This book just came out and I've been hearing nothing but amazing things about this one! This is my next read for sure.

Sentinel by Jennifer L. Armentrout- I really need to finish this series. I love it so much, but it's way past time to read this book. Although I think I may have to go back and read the last few chapters in Apollyon since I don't exactly remember what happened. 

Soulbound by Heather Brewer (Not in Picture, is a E-Book)- This is another one for my TBR Reading Challenge. I bought this one right when it came out and was really excited to read it, but never did. Now I am bound and determined to read this one. 

Not Owned-
The Gray Wolf Line by Cinda Williams Chima- Just finished the second one, The Exiled Queen, and I need to continue this series!!! And also it says in the summary that Han finally figures out who Rebecca is!!!!

That's what I want to read this month, what's on your TBR?
Happy reading

Friday, July 4, 2014

June Wrap-Up

June was a great month for me. School ended and suddenly I have a lot of free time. Sadly, like all June's, I got into a reading slump. The good new though is that I snapped out of it during the middle of the month, so I got a good amount of books read overall. 

The double good news is that besides one DNF most of the books I read were amazing!!

Just a side note though, July might be a dry month reading and blogging wise. I am doing Camp NaNoWriMo this month so I will be focusing on that instead of reading and blogging. I am not going to take a break from blogging though, I'm just probably going to post fewer posts then before. 

Books read: 7 (One is a DNF, but I read so far in it that I'm counting it as read.)
Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson| 4.5 Butterflies
The Way of Shadows by Brent Weeks| DNF (I got to page 250 before I couldn't take it anymore)
Take Me On by Katie McGarry| 4.5 Butterflies
The Demon King by Cinda Williams Chima| 4 Butterflies
Just One Day by Gayle Forman| 4.5 Butterflies
Just One Year by Gayle Forman| 4.5 Butterflies
Just One Night by Gayle Forman| 4.5 Butterflies

-Book of the Month-
This. Book. Was. Amazing!!

Books Reviewed: 7
The Cloud Searchers by Kazu Kibiushi
Where She Went by Gayle Forman 
The Forever Song by Julie Kagawa
Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins 
Crash Into You by Katie McGarry
The Assassin's Blade by Sarah J. Maas
Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson

That's how my June went, how did your's go?
Happy Reading

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Review: Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson

Grade: 4.5 Butterflies
Series: Reckoners #1
Author: Brandon Sanderson
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Pages: Hardcover, 384

Ten years ago, Calamity came. It was a burst in the sky that gave ordinary men and women extraordinary powers. The awed public started calling them Epics. But Epics are no friend of man. With incredible gifts came the desire to rule. And to rule man you must crush his wills.

Nobody fights the Epics...nobody but the Reckoners. A shadowy group of ordinary humans, they spend their lives studying Epics, finding their weaknesses, and then assassinating them.

And David wants in. He wants Steelheart - the Epic who is said to be invincible. The Epic who killed David's father. For years, like the Reckoners, David's been studying, and planning - and he has something they need. Not an object, but an experience.

He's seen Steelheart bleed. And he wants revenge.

Brandon Sanderson is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. I have loved every single book I have read by him and this one is no different. From the first page I fell in love! I went into this one thinking it was going to be an epic (pun intended) superhero book and what I got was a mixture of fantasy, sci-fi, dystopian, and a survival story. All these elements were used beautifully and weaved together perfectly! 

 This book starts out with a freaking amazing prologue that starts the action immediately. This action transitions into the first chapter and then into the whole book. There are only a few scenes in this book that doesn't have action or didn't end in action. This could be a spoke's person for action packed books. And this isn't the kind of action that isn't needed, all of the action scenes adds to the plot and grabs even more of the readers attention. 

Even without the action, this plot would have been attention gripping. The plot is just so wonderfully written and thick. It's full of mystery, suspense, love, justice, and revenge (and of course action). All of these things combined to make a plot that you couldn't get enough of.  This plot was also full of twists and turns that shocked me and left my jaw hanging. I didn't see any of them coming at all!! When reading it though I never got a "I need to know how this finished" feel but more of a "I don't want this book to end so I'm going to read it as slowly as the plot allows" feel, which is what I always feel when I read a Sanderson book. 

Aside from the amazing plot, the element that really stands out in this book was the world. This world was so interesting and unique that I would've kept reading even if the plot was awful. A world were superheros are real, but they aren't really heroes was just so unique and fascinating! The setting was interesting too, it was kind of dystopian because the government shut down and it was basically a free-for-all.  And of course Brandon Sanderson wrote such amazing world building; you were never info-dumped but he never left out any details. Brandon Sanderson is the King of world building.

The only thing that I didn't love in this book was the characters. This isn't that the characters weren't well written, they were, or that they didn't have depth, they had plenty of that, its just I didn't love them. I didn't really love the main character all that much and all the rest were basically side characters so I couldn't love them very much. That isn't to say I didn't like the side characters, they were fun and great, its just I as a reader didn't get a chance to see as much of them as I would have liked. 

I also couldn't get behind the  romance in this book, which may be a problem considering the whole premise of the next one seems to be around their relationship. This is because It didn't feel like love between David and Megan. David admired Megan and Megan liked David, but that was it. I didn't feel that their relationship was highlighted enough for it to really develop. 

This book was such a outstanding start for this series! The plot was freaking amazing, the world was so addicting to read about, and the writing was brilliant! If you haven't read this one, do so now because it was amazing!! Or wait until the next one is out because the ending killed me!

This book got..

4.5 Butterflies
Beautiful, this is a great book. 

Happy Reading