The Entertainer Blogger Award


Big thanks to James J. Cudney IV @ this is my truth now for tagging me! Was awhile back I think, but now I finally got time to do it :)! Will be very short answers as you may seem, but I got so much to do right now that I hardly have any time to blog at all! From Saturday I will actually be away for two months to work and won’t have time to blog at all, so I hope to do some posts before that I can schedule. But anyway, big thanks for the little award again and well, hope you’ll be satisfied with my answers.

The Rules:

  • Thank the person who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
  • Add these rules to your post.
  • Answer all the questions below.
  • Display the award picture in your post.
  • Nominate 12 other bloggers who are funny, inspiring and most important of all ENTERTAINING!



I had wanted to have some kind of “platform” to share my opinions on books and talk to others about, well, books (because none of my friends here read…). I just thought it would be really fun to have a blog, so I started one! This is by far my most successful, since, you know, all the 50+ ones I had between the ages of 10 and 12.



oh wow, what an extraordinarily easy question I know exactly what’s my favorite book is.

I’d say right now The Stormlight Archive books (x), The Books of Beginning (x), The Pillars of The Earth (x) etc…


Sarcasm. And hypocrisy.



donuts, corn in cups (mm…), dumplings, the souls of everyone who stands in front of me in the food queue, ice cream…




Hm I’d say 65 million B.C. I love dinosaurs. 😀


And yes, I am physically and mentally incapable to answer questions seriously.

And I tag Lindsey @ Paradise Books Jessica @ jessicamarie493, Rachel @ paceamorelibri, Battybibliophile @ Caffeine and Books , Saily @ the reading turtle duckSavannah @ the book prophet, Heather Lauren @ heatherlaurenreads, MighyThorJRS @ mightythorjrs,  Amanda @ metalphantasmreads, Jackie @ toomuchofabooknerd, Anna @ mybookishdreams, you’ve all got entertaining blogs :D!



Anything But Books Tag

Hi guys! This has been a couple of extremely stressful weeks as I’m having my exams right now. Just finished the second one a few hours back so have a little time to rest until the next one tomorrow… but then I’m free! I’ve barely read anything this month because all my time have been spent on studying, but I hope I’ll get to read some soon 🙂

I was tagged to do this tag by the gorgeous Jackie @ toomuchofabooknerd, big thanks! ❤

1. Name a cartoon(s) that you love

I don’t watch cartoon now but I loved (still love) Avatar: The Last Airbender!

2. What is your favorite song right now?

Omg wow. I have like 1000+ songs I listen to. It all depends on the mood for me. For some examples: If I want to feel ‘magical’ I’d say ‘Alice‘ by Cocteau Twins take the top list (I listen to many versions of the song, my favorite remix is this one and my favorite cover is [x]). I really hope to find a fitting book soon for ‘A Song & A Book’… If I feel angsty or emotional (especially over a book and/or characters) ‘The Walk‘ by Imogen Heap. That song really expresses those feelings perfectly it’s so beautiful.

3. What could you do for hours (that isn’t reading)?

Listen to music or watch Studio C sketches on Youtube haha…

4. What is something you love to do that your followers would be surprised by?

Hm man I don’t know, sarcasm?

5. What is your favorite unnecessarily specific thing to learn about (this can do with books, I guess)?

Omg I am a walking encyclopedia of (un)necessarily specific facts. I am not kidding, I am that friend in the group. Not only can (or could) I say hello in like 40 languages and example ask for help in Indonesian (though I’ve never been there nor know anyone from there), in every course I love to learn weird facts. My ‘bizarre historical events’ book tag (x) is quite a dead giveaway of my little trait.

6. What is something unusual you know how to do?

I don’t know? I can sneak up on a roe deer from the front (did that once). I can also mess up ‘technics’ like I was once on the radio and they had troubles with the sending for the first time, twice. And they couldn’t figure out what it was. Oh and I know how to cook scones in the oven. They’re not supposed to do that.

7. Name something you’ve made in the last year (and show us, if you can)

I’ve made the right choice

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8. What is your most recent personal project?

Survive the exams

9. Tell us something you think about often (maybe while staring out of windows)

“Is that cat chasing a roe deer?”

10. Give us something that’s your favorite.

Reptiles! like me and a friend was outside once and saw a snake and we both freaked out – she out of terror and I out of happiness.

Lastly, say the first thing that pops into your head


The Blogger Aesthetic Award


Big big thanks to the wonderful Rachel at pace, amore, libri  for tagging me for the Blogger Aesthetic Award <3! The award tag was created by Liam at Hey Ashers.

The Rules:

  • Collect any number of images that you feel represent you as a person—your personality, aspirations, favorite things, anything at all that makes you you.
  • Put your chosen images together into a collage of whatever size and shape you find pleasing.
  • Share your masterpiece with everyone, in all the places.
  • Maybe nominate other bloggers as a way to tell them, “Hey, you, I think you’re awesome, and we should celebrate that awesomeness.”
  • Share these rules (and maybe the below tips, if you’re feeling helpful).
  • Tips:


Okay I suck at aesthetic images hahah but that’ll do :’) Let’s see what you can figure out from these…

I tag Sophie @ Blame Chocolate , Chelsea @ Spotlight on Stories (who has a really great theme on the blog 😉 ) and RemiVFoliage !

Monthly Wrap-up: May 2017

Hi guys, haven’t been much reading nor blogging for me lately due to lots of exams and essays now… I managed to read eight books, but at least they were all actually good and I finished an entire series (too soon… still not over it). Don’t expect much from until like the middle of June though. But I’ll try to post some things! Maybe you’ll just see a lot of ‘A Song & A Book’ posts :’)

The Books I’ve read this month;

The Books Of Beginning by John Stephens [x]

Like I said, still not over them. They’re like Narnia, but with pain. I was so exhausted because of a 10 pages essay I had written that I started crying when I thought of what happened to a certain character. But really recommend.


The Dark Prophecy by Rick Riordan [x]

Great listening as well! I’m a huge fan of Riordan’s books and they will always be in my heart (did anyone else start to sing on the Phil Collins song?) because of how they saved me from a 4 years reading slump. Also I’m a huge mythology nerd.


Mort by Terry Pratchett

Finally started the Discworld series! I really enjoyed this book, and Death aaaw I just want him to be happy.

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Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer

A fun and quick read! The concept of a 12 yeard old super-villain was all one needed to say for me to read it.


The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

I was actually suprised by how captivated I was of this book, despite it being written in a way that I usually find, well, dull after a time.


Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones

This book. Omg. When I have time, I really want to write a review of this book. It’s just something everyone should read, but I’m also super mad now on why Ghibli changed the character’s personality. I read a hilariously accurate description of Sophie in the book on tumblr, saying something like

Sophie in the movie: super sweet and wonderful and such a cinnamon roll

Sophie in the book: Sophie, but with a gun.”

And not to talk about Howl. Suffice to say, you need to read this book.

A Song & A Book #39

Today’s Song Is;

You say too late to start, with your heart in a headlock,
You know you’re better than this.
Afraid to start, got your heart in a headlock,
I don’t believe any of it.

And The Book I Chose For This Song Is;


[WARNING! Includes spoilers for Steelheart]

“Babylon Restored, the old borough of Manhattan, has possibilities, though. Ruled by the mysterious High Epic, Regalia, David is sure Babylon Restored will lead him to what he needs to find. And while entering another city oppressed by a High Epic despot is a gamble, David’s willing to risk it. Because killing Steelheart left a hole in David’s heart. A hole where his thirst for vengeance once lived. Somehow, he filled that hole with another Epic – Firefight. And he’s willing to go on a quest darker, and more dangerous even, than the fight against Steelheart to find her, and to get his answers.”

T5W – Favorite Fictional Mothers

Hi guys, time for another Top 5 Wednesday post! I didn’t feel like doing this week’s theme due to not really having much to contribute with. The theme was ‘summer reads’ from the Goodreads group and I can just remember like 1? I really don’t read contemporary (like, very rarely) so I have no books that really makes me think of summer. And because it was recently mother’s day, I thought to do a ‘favorite fictional (book) moms’ theme instead 🙂

5. Ellen from The Pillars Of The Earth by Ken Follett

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An awesome mom and an awesome woman, Ellen is not afraid to tell, or demonstrate, to people what she thinks of them. Although I am a bit (very) salty about the instalove Follett wrote her to Tom Builder, I still love her as a character.

4. Ethel Parson/… from Runelight by Joanne Harris

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Ethel Parson becomes the (un)official mom to all the aesir and vanir and so on. For example, even though she has no reason to show Loki much care, she scolds the aesir and vanir company when they at a point leave him behind, like a mother scolding her children for being mean to a sibling. But she is also not to be underestimated…

3. Sally Jackson from Percy Jackson and The Olympians by Rick Riordan

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(art by Viria)

Sally has gone through hell, even lived with an abusive asshole for over a decade just to ensure her son’s protection. But she still stays strong and positive and always supports her son. But she isn’t all just a mom who drives her son to a battle, but has proven several time to have steel hiding behind the silk.

2. Ronica Vestrit from The Liveship Traders by Robin Hobb

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An intelligent and powerful woman who is ready to go through any lengths to protect her family and ensure their safety. She may not be perfect (at first), but her character perfectly executes how we learn as much from our children. Her stubbornness is so strong, that if she were to stare down death, it would blink first.

1. Navani Kholin from The Stormlight Archive by Brandon Sanderson

(art by lalchimiedelideal)

She is beauty, she is grace. She will destroy the conception of the meaninglessness of a woman aged.

An outstanding character, Navani Kholin is the king’s mother who proves that women are more than just the family role they are prescribed. She does really love and care for her children, but she is also a clever politician, a great scholar and proves that you are never too old for romance.

Thank You!!!

I’ve hit 101 followers!

Now I just gotta make a coat out of you all.

Lmao kidding, but seriously, I’m so happy to finally hit this mark. When I started my blog in February I had no idea on how serious I would be about it, I only knew that I wanted to blog about something that I love – books. When I was between 10 and 12 I had lika gazillion different blogs, always changing after a few weeks. This is by far the longest I have ever had a blog, and I hope to continue blogging for, well, as long as possible.

I actually hope to one day maybe start a booktube channel, but sadly I lack any place for actual good recording (this is a small “house”, not to mention my room…). Plus you’re gonna hear my pronunciation of all the fantasy and SciFi names (being non-native to English makes me pronounce them like Swedish) :’)

Anyway, I want to just thank you all for following again, I hope I never let you down. To celebrate this little “victory”, I thought of doing the ‘Who AM I?’ tag so you know me a bit better 😀 I

What Is The Meaning Of My Name?

Ella has quite a few meanings; From Hebrew it means ‘God’s Heroine’, in English (I think) it means ‘Fairy maiden’.

My OTHER name (No, it’s not a middle name – I just have two names! Though I always go by Ella) is Emilia and means ‘To Strive or Excel or Rival’ or ‘Ambitious, Industrious’.

So I kinda imagine myself as

“Hold my flower God, Imma kick some ass”

What Is My Myer-Briggs Personality Type? [LINK]

The Campaigner (ENFP-T)

“The Campaigner personality is a true free spirit. They are often the life of the party, but unlike types in the Explorer Role group, Campaigners are less interested in the sheer excitement and pleasure of the moment than they are in enjoying the social and emotional connections they make with others. Charming, independent, energetic and compassionate, the 7% of the population that they comprise can certainly be felt in any crowd.

More than just sociable people-pleasers though, Campaigners, like all their Diplomat cousins, are shaped by their Intuitive (N) quality, allowing them to read between the lines with curiosity and energy. They tend to see life as a big, complex puzzle where everything is connected – but unlike Analyst personality types, who tend to see that puzzle as a series of systemic machinations, Campaigners see it through a prism of emotion, compassion and mysticism, and are always looking for a deeper meaning.”

Fictional Characters with the same MBTI type;

  • Peeta Mellark from The Hunger Games Trilogy
  • Anakin Skywalker from Star Wars
  • Mercutio from Romeo & Juliet
  • Cersei Lannister from Game Of Thrones
  • Joyce Byers from Stranger Things
  • Elizabeth Bennet from Pride and Prejudice
  • Nymphora Tonks from Harry Potter
  • Silena Beauregard from Percy Jackson and the Olympians
  • Kronk from Emperor’s New Groove (haha yay?)
  • Lucy Pevensie from The Chronicles Of Narnia
  • Alexander Hamilton from Hamilton

(ok I don’t know what it says about a ‘type’ when both Cersei from GoT and Kronk shares it)


  • Curious
  • Observant
  • Energetic and Enthusiastic
  • Excellent Communicator
  • Know how to relax
  • Very popular and friendly


  • Poor practical skills
  • Find it difficult to focus
  • Overthink things
  • Get stressed easily
  • Highly emotional (no shit I got Anakin on my list)
  • Independent to a fault

What Is My Zodiac Sign?

I Have Pisces (Sun), Gemini (Moon) and Scorpio (Ascendant)

(fun fact: both Pisces and Gemini are seen as pairs – and I have a twin sister)

Pisces Sun: Pisces share empathy, are good listeners, and cooperative. They are not fearful, but they appear defending and self-defending. Pisces are brave and have a thick skin. When other people are in despair and give up – they have enough endurance.

Positive qualities: idealistic, helpful, devoted, friendly, intuitive, good-natured, mild, trustful, sensitive and beneficial.

Negative aspects: secretive, labile, restless, discouraged, immoderate, uncontrolled, adventurous(wait, how is that negative??), extravagant, weak(eXCUSE yOU), calculating and wasteful.

Gemini Moon:  Persons of the moon sign Gemini are optimistic, cheerful and curious. They are open-minded for new experiences. They have an approachable personality and accept enthusiastic opportunities and information the world offers to them.

Scorpio (Ascendant): Persons with ascendant develop great passion. No matter whether there are new hobbies, a new love or new personal life objectives. When interest and enthusiasm once have been aroused nothing could stop them and prevent the realization of their ideas and dreams. Thereby ascendant Scorpio shows considerable insistence.

Pisces in sun & Gemini in moon (combination): Crafty Rascal

“You are very charming in your sly manner, and a great comedian. You acquire friends very easily and need them because, after all, you may need help getting out of the problems you are always having. Another thing you need is your intuition, which also helps you get by. The fact is that although you are clever, you just lack common sense. Scheming is one of your avocations. You change yourself so often that it is hard for people to know the real you because you are more like three or four people than one. A good intelligence, astonishing intuition, and cleverness come from your combination. You are a great character-player, award winning actor and con artist above all else. Your wits will take you far in life. You know just what people want and you are bright and very flexible. You will play any role just to give others what they want.” (from here)

What Is Your Hogwarts House? [Test]

I Got: Gryffindor!

Yay haha? I honestly don’t know much about Hogwarts houses except from the movies, because I haven’t read the books (GASP! YES!)

In-depth results are:

Gryffindor – 12
Hufflepuff – 10
Slytherin – 10
Ravenclaw – 8


What Are My Learning Style?

I actually have both kinetic and visual, meaning that I learn from both actions and what I see 🙂

Am I Right Or Left Brain Dominant? [Test]

I Use My Brain Equally!

Right (41%): Images, chaos, creativity, fantasy, intuition, curiosity

Left (59%): Rules, languages, strategy, rationality, logic, details

Quite a funny result, considering my MBTI and Zodiac signs

What Is My Blood Type?

Okay, I have NO idea to be fair. I have never checked?

What Career Am I Meant To Have? [Test]

I Got Writer!

Ah what a dream job… if only I could actually find motivation to actually FINISH  a book before starting a new one after writing a few pages.

What Divergent Faction Do I Belong In? [Test]

I Belong nowhere, I’m Divergent!

Also known as; having a well-rounded and healthy personality

What Does My Birth Order Say About Me [Link]

The Middle Child. (I have one older brother, a twin sister and a little brother)

Stereotype: Social butterfly, peacekeeper, fairness-obsessed.
Why it’s true: “Middle-borns don’t have the rights of the oldest or the privileges of the youngest,” says Catherine Salmon, Ph.D., a coauthor of The Secret Power of Middle Children. As a result, they become experts at negotiation and compromise. They also tend to lean on their friends, as their parents’ attention is often focused on the oldest or youngest child.
When it’s not: If the oldest doesn’t act the part, “it creates a job vacancy,” says Salmon. “Donald Trump is a middle with a firstborn brother who didn’t fit the role. Donald usurped it.” And what if there are several middle children? “There’s a principle that each child is trying to be different from the one immediately older,” says Salmon. “So if you had three middles, the first and third would likely be a bit more similar to each other than to the very middle child.”

I am very much a middle child, though my older brother has rarely acted the part so I’m also the ‘older’ when it comes to responsibilities and expectations.

Hope You Liked The Tag! Feel Free To Do It Yourself 😀

The One Lovely Blog Award


I’m back after a little mini-hiatus! Have been pretty ill last week + lots of school work… but anyway; Big, big thanks to the wonderful  Rachel @paceamorelibri for nominating me for “The One Lovely Blog Award”! Rachel reads great books and write great reviews, I really recommend you all to go and check out her blog.


  • Thank the person that nominated you and leave a link to their blog.
  • Post about the award.
  • Share seven facts about yourself.
  • Nominate at most 15 people.
  • Tell your nominees they’ve been nominated for one lovely award.


  1. I have one sibling of each-ish. One younger (a little brother), a middle (twin sister) and an elder (big brother). I am the alpha among my siblings (if you ask me), ruling with fear (especially early in the morning).
  2. When playing “Who in the room”, I am the one usually people don’t point at. Until questions like “who is the most likely to commit murder” or “who is the most likely to go to prison”, they all point to me. I have no idea on what kind of impression I’ve made on them.
  3. I walk so quietly that no one ever hears me come, seriously, there hardly goes a day without I giving a family member a heart-attack and scolding me for “being so quite”. On the other hand, they never let me call down someone who’s late for dinner, due to my “too sharp voice” (my parents had to go check their ears once because of my shouting as a kid). Family, they’re never happy, are they?
  4. I am terrible at maths, yet I am great at remembering numbers. For example, I still remember which platform and train cart (?) we were supposed to take with mom and sis, for about 13 years ago. And there was nothing special to it, can’t even remember where we were going. My mom just asked me to remember the numbers, aaand I did.
  5. I find it easier to understand classics in English than in Swedish, my native language.
  6. I almost fainted out of exhaustion after intensely reading The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson, non-stop.
  7. In my mind, everything has a life, a personality. From my foundation to the number 2. The number 2 is the sweetest, too good for this world, too pure. Not 9 however. 9 is a selfish, shady fucker who has a villainous crush on number 7. There’s a sort-of love triangle between 7, 8 and 9 in which both have a crush on 7, but 7 doesn’t know what it really feels and doesn’t know if it’s ready to commit to a relationship. Come to think of it, this may be why math is so goddam complicated to me.


Jackie @ toomuchofabooknerd

Sophie @ Blame Chocolate

Lindsay @ Paradise Books

Laura @ readingsanctuaryblog



Monthly Wrap-Up: April 2017


So, time for a monthly wrap-up! I feel very content with my reading this month, of course there was time for more but just reading for the sake of reading a lot kind of takes the joy from it. Better read when you feel like it, and the book will be much more enjoyable.

Overall I felt like I’ve read great books this month, and I hope it’ll be true about the next.

The Books I’ve Read This Month;


The Amber Spyglass by Philip Pullman [x]

(Good, dragged a bit but the ending really affected me…)


The Bear And The Nightingale by Katherine Arden

(I listened to the audio book, and it was great. A perfect fairy tale-like story)

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The Snow Queen by H.C. Andersen

(another great listening! Really recommend it if you love fairy tales and classics)

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Odd and The Frost Giants by Neil Gaiman

(More Gaiman! Really charming book)


The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy by Douglas Adams [x]

(This (audio) book was amazing, extremely funny and clever)

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The Restaurant At The End Of The Universe by Douglas Adams

(again, so much fun. Plus – Martin Freeman narrates it!)

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The Mad Ship by Robin Hobb 

(My new favorite series, this books was just amazing.)


Ship Of Destiny by Robin Hobb [x]

(Like above, this is my new favorite series. Amazing)


Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel

(The first book was OK, but I found this one much better. Also, I think it’s much better to listen o the audio book than reading it)


Raptor Red by Robert T. Bakker [x]

(This is prob. the most beautiful audio book I’ve ever listened to, complete with sound effects and music. If anyone know any audio books with music, please tell me)


The Gospel Of Loki by Joanne M. Harris [x]

(Quick but good, with one of my all-time favorite antiheroes in mythology)


Kallocain by Karin Boye [x]

(Prob. my favorite dystopian, of what I’ve read. Terrifyingly accurate)

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The Burning Page by Genevieve Cogman

(I love love love this series. Irene is the best. Review coming up soon)

So those were the books I read this month! Does any of the books interest you? Have you read any of them? Don’t forget to comment! In May I believe I won’t be reading as much, since I will be having exams. But, you know, not that it will stop me…

A Song & A Book [Masterlist]

Heyo! Decided to do master list of all the songs and books I’ve used so far so you can get a good overview. Maybe you’ll find any of your favorite songs or books? I plan on doing this every 30th song 🙂

#1: Song; Playing God by Ana Johnsson, Book; Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson [x]

#2: Song; Familiar by Agnes Obel, Book; The Otherlife by Julia Gray [x]

#3: Song; Earth Song by Michael Jackson, Book; Crimson Skew by S.E. Grove [x]

#4: Song; Mama Who Bore Me (Reprise) by Spring Awakening Cast, Book; The Power by Naomi Alderman [x]

#5: Song; 2-1 by Imogen Heap, Book; Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson [x]

#6: Song; Turkish Delight by Susanne Sundför (dunno how to do the Norwegian Ö on this laptop), Book; The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis [x]

#7: Song; The Hounds by The Protomen, Book; Vicious by V.E. Schwab [x]

#8: Song; Secret by The Pierces, Book; The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge [x]

#9: Song; The Walk by Imogen Heap, Book; Percy Jackson and The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan (specifically focused on Annabeth’s relationship to Luke) [x]

#10; Song; Many Moons by Janelle Monae, Book; Shadows of Self by Brandon Sanderson [x] (w/ prob my fave music video ever)

#11: Song; Handlebars by Flobots, Book; Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett [x]

#12: Song; It’s A Dangerous Game by Jekyll & Hyde Cast, Book; Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo [x]

#13: Song; Hurricane (CVHRCHES remix) by MS MR, Book; The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken [x]

#14: Song; It’s My Life by No Doubt, Book; Warbreaker by Brandon Sanderson [x]

#15: Song; You’re Lost Little Girl by Siouxsie and The Banshees, Book; Coraline by Neil Gaiman [x]

#16: Song; Mowgli’s Road by Marina and The Diamonds, Book; Nothern Lights by Philip Pullman [x]

#17: Song; Safe In The Dark by Ludo, Book; Calamity by Brandon Sanderson [x]

#18: Song; Still Can’t by The Cranberries, Book; Percy Jackson and The Titan’s Curse by Rick Riordan [x]

#19: Song; Dressed In Black by Sia, Book; The Pillars Of The Earth by Ken Follett [x]

#20: Song; Seven Devils by Florence + The Machine, Book; Twelve Kings by Bradley Beaulieu [x]

#21: Song; Black Eyes by David Wirsig, Book: The House Of Hades by Rick Riordan [x]

#22: Song; Audition (Fools Who Dream) by Emma Stone, Book: The Girl You Left Behind by Jojo Moyes [x]

#23: Song; Leave My Body by Florence + The Machine, Book: Hero Of Ages by Brandon Sanderson [x]

#24: Song; Facade by Jekyll & Hyde Cast, Book; The Picture Of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde [x]

#25: Song; Sound The Bugle by Byran Adams, Book; The Way Of Kings by Brandon Sanderson [x]

#26: Song; Statements by Loreen, Book; Percy Jackson and The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan [x]

#27: Song; Sweet Religion by Imogen Heap, Book; American Gods by Neil Gaiman [x]

#28: Song; Cities In Dust by Siouxsie and The Banshees, Book; Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel [x]

#29: Song; Blumenkranz (English Cover by totalspiffage) by Cyua, Book; Revenger by Alastair Reynolds [x]

#30: Song; Mercenary by Panic! At The Disco, Book; The Lies Of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch [x]