What’s Next (#2) – White Lies & Roofs That Are Divergent

What’s Next is a weekly event hosted by Icey Books that helps bloggers/readers decide on their next book to read.

ImageAlice Henshaw thought she’d got over her first love, Jack. Even an invitation to his wedding doesn’t get to her – well maybe a little… But Alice has a new boyfriend now, and she’s going to put the past behind her. Arriving for the weekend at the stunning château near Paris where the wedding will be held, Alice and her best friend Lara, their boyfriends Cal and Harry in tow, are all set for a romantic few days in the city of lovers. But weddings have a way of shining a light on relationship issues, and it isn’t long before Alice is questioning her feelings for her boyfriend Cal, along with those for the bridegroom Jack… Not to mention her growing unease with Jack’s fiancée Nathalie.

White Lies and Tiaras is written by Marilyn Kaye. It was published on September 1st 2012 by Hodder’s Children’s.


Wanted: A Mother. Everyone tells Sophie that she was orphaned in a shipwreck. But Sophie is convinced her mother also survived. When no one believes her, Sophie sets out to prove her wrong. On the run from the authorities, Sophie finds Matteo – a boy who walks tightropes and lives in the sky. In a race across the rooftops of Paris, will they be able to find her mother, before it’s too late?

Rooftoppers is written by Katherine Rundell. It was published on March 7th 2013 by Faber & Faber.





In a society divided into factions, all are forced to choose where they belong. And the choice Beatrice Prior makes shocks everyone, including herself. During extreme initiation tests, Tris must determine who her friends are and whether she can trust the man who both threatens her and protects her. Because Tris has a deadly secret. One that might save those she loves… or destroy her.

Divergent is written by Veronica Roth. It was published on May 3rd 2011 by Harper Collins Children’s.





Oooh… I can’t wait to read all of these books! The first two have a theme: Paris! And the last one, well, I watched the movie and have borrowed this from Ceri. Leave a comment and tell me what I need to read next!!


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