Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Wednesday Reads

Look what I read:

It was awesome.

So I've been waiting all year to read this book. I loved HEIST SOCIETY and couldn't wait to follow Kat and Hale on more adventures. I wasn't disappointed. Such a good, fun, clean read.

Summary from amazon: "Katarina Bishop has worn a lot of labels in her short life: Friend. Niece. Daughter. Thief. But for the last two months she’s simply been known as the girl who ran the crew that robbed the greatest museum in the world. That’s why Kat isn’t surprised when she’s asked to steal the infamous Cleopatra Emerald so it can be returned to its rightful owners. There are only three problems. First, the gem hasn’t been seen in public in thirty years. Second, since the fall of the Egyptian empire and the suicide of Cleopatra, no one who holds the emerald keeps it for long — and in Kat’s world, history almost always repeats itself. But it’s the third problem that makes Kat’s crew the most nervous, and that is . . . the emerald is cursed. Kat might be in way over her head, but she’s not going down without a fight. After all, she has her best friend — the gorgeous Hale — and the rest of her crew with her as they chase the Cleopatra around the globe, dodging curses and realizing that the same tricks and cons her family has used for centuries are useless this time. Which means, this time, Katarina Bishop is making up her own rules."


  1. I got this for my birthday! Haven't read it yet, but I'm so excited to! Glad you liked it! :D

  2. I haven't even read HEIST SOCIETY yet. (I KNOW! Where have I been, under a rock?) Sounds like Ally Carter might be just my cup of tea for when I do dive into the YA reading pool. :)

  3. Ally Carter is on my to read list too!!!!!

  4. I was very impressed with this blog. It is so far the best I have visited during my publications. My opinion is There are simplest 3 issues. First, the gem hasn’t been visible in public in thirty years. I'm working at Outdoor Advertising Services in Agra second, since the fall of the Egyptian empire and the suicide of Cleopatra, no person who holds the emerald maintains it for long — and in Kat’s international, records almost always repeats itself.