Hi friends! I absolutely love Greek Mythology and when I found this book tag on Reading Every Night‘s blog, I just had to participate.
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I think if you scrolled through my Bookstagram, it would be somewhat clear that A Court of Mist and Fury (book 2 in the A Court of Thorns and Roses series) by Sarah J Maas is probably my all time favorite book.
Honestly Sarah’s writing is so beautiful and she has really set my standards very high for both fantasy books and fictional men. Rhysand in ACOMAF is just the BEST. I’ve read ACOMAF so many times and I will continue to re-read it because I love revisiting the story. I have an appreciation blog post for the ACOTAR series if you want to read more.
Jude from The Cruel Prince by Holly Black is probably the definition of a character who doesn’t take anyone’s crap. At first I wasn’t totally sure I’d like her, but oh man did she grown on me throughout the books. She’s fierce and so freaking strong. The things she did in The Wicked King (don’t worry, I won’t spoil anything) were honestly so impressive.
I chose 3 debut novels cause I honestly couldn’t decide on just one. A Woman is No Man, Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour, and Throne of Glass are all great debut novels. I do have a review on A Woman is No Man on my blog.
I don’t know exactly how many debut novels I’ve read, but these are ones I gave 5 stars to. I definitely recommend you go and get these books! (p.s. that’s an affiliate link)
I honestly don’t have an answer for this prompt. I don’t read non-fiction very often.
To all the boys I’ve loved before by Jenny Han is ADORABLE. I think everyone needs to read it because it’s such a cute romance story.
This might be a controversial answer, but the more I’ve learned about J.K. Rowling and her books, I low key wish Harry Potter didn’t exist. It’s racism and anti semitism are something I can’t ignore. I have read some of the books but I won’t be continuing with any of Rowling’s books in the future.
All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr is honestly an amazing book set during WW2. It follows a young, blind French girl and a young Nazi boy during the Nazi occupation of Paris. It may be fiction, but it was still a powerful story.
I don’t think I need to explain this one. I love the bright colors and the composition. This book cover really stands out to me as an aspiring designer.
This book was a part of my curriculum back in middle school. I could not get into the story at all. It may have been because of the genre and the fact that I wasn’t into sci fi at the time, but I know I won’t be revisiting this book.
I’m pretty sure I read the whole Selection Series by Kiera Cass in a few days. The books are light and fluffy so reading them honestly doesn’t seem to take a lot of time.
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