Snuff by Chuck Palahniuk

Summary (taken from Wikipedia): Cassie Wright, porn priestess, intends to cap her legendary career by breaking the world record for serial fornication porn movies, on camera, with six hundred men. Snuff unfolds through the perspectives of Mr. 600, Mr. 72, Mr. 137, and Wright’s personal assistant, Sheila. With his satirical narrative and thorough research, Chuck Palahniuk reveals through these four characters the little-known facts and histories of not only pornography and sexual deviance, but also acting and life in and out of the spotlight, and throughout the novel shows the rarely acknowledged presence of pornography in modern America.

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City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare

Summary (taken from Shadowhunters.wikia.com):

City of Fallen Angels splits its focus between Jace and Clary, who are now able to say that they are a couple, aware that they are not actually siblings, and Clary’s Shadowhunter training; and Clary’s best friend, Simon, and how he adjusts to life as a vampire.

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Okay, please don’t hate me, fellow wordpress followers.

But I am going to start making my “reviews” short and sweet, and to the point. Pretty much, it’ll be my thoughts about the book at hand, and a couple of links for you to buy them for really cheap.
I don’t have the time to do full-out summaries and such, and it’s discouraging me from updating the site.
Because of this, expect reviews sooner than they were coming out, and they will be more to-the-point.

This blog is for personal use, anyways.