I really enjoyed the Thunder Road novels and this one was my favorite by far. Razor and Brenna broke my heart several times, I loved seeing these two grow and come into their own and learn to stick up for themselves.
My first Brandon Sanderson novel and it was everything I thought it was going to be! I loved this magic system, the concepts of breath was amazing and I want more.
I loved the virtual reality of this and Emika with her rainbow hair is one of my favorite Marie Lu characters.
Not my first VE Schwab novel but one of my top faves, I loved how dark this story was and the story felt like a maze to me, there were twists and turns that left me guessing until the very end.
by Diana Gabaldon
This one has been on my mind lately because I just finished marathoning season 3 of Outlander, and I think it’s my favorite adaptation so far, it felt true to the book. While it was more melodramatic than the first season I was 100% there for it.
by Richelle Mead
I remember feeling reluctant to start this series but I’m so glad I took a chance on it because I enjoyed it so much, I loved the boarding school setting and Rose is one of my favorite characters while Dimitri is one of my favorite book boyfriends.
I didn’t enjoy Ugly Love the first time I read it, I was really bothered by some of the tropes and I think I gave it 2 or 3 stars. However, I couldn’t stop thinking about it and I ended up getting the audiobook a couple months later and I enjoyed it a lot more the second time around. Maybe it was the narrators that changed my opinion but I was more connected with the characters the second time around. I’m still uncomfortable with some of the tropes but I wasn’t as bothered the second time around.
The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer
Mara Dyer! This is a book that I find myself wanting to reread this. The characters and the storytelling are everything!
The Unexpected Everything
I think this is my favorite Morgan Maston book. This is another one I want to reread soon. I adored the friendships and the dog-walking. This was a really enjoyable read.
I loved the worldbuilding that Amie and Meghan created, I was so into the Titanic vibes, and the story was so unique to me at the time.
A Thousand Pieces of You
Oh just reminiscing about Paul, I know you can’t see me but I just sighed and put my hand over my heart at the thought of him, I adored that character! Read it for Paul!
Three Dark Crowns
Im a huge fan of this series and I remember feeling so intrigued about everything, the girls, the island, the powers. I highly recommend binge marathoning this series because I just wanted more and more.
Throne of Glass
I hold the Throne of Glass series in a special place in my heart. This series really jumpstarted my love of reading back up. I finished this and just wanted more books in my life, thinking back to when I finished it and it really feels like that was a pivotal moment in my life. I had always been a big reader but I never felt this passionate about it until I read Throne of Glass. That was so melodramatic, you can’t see it but I’m rolling my eyes at myself.
This book was incredibly memorable to me. I think it did a wonderful job of capturing the desperation for survival that consumed a lot of people and showed the lengths that people would go to in order to survive. There were scenes in here that horrified me and still haunt me at times. But its a hypnotic story about an event that not a lot of people know about despite how tragic it is.
I really enjoyed this, the idea of the grim reaper was elevated to an extreme human job and I just love how everything was done.
Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda
This is one of my favorite books of all time, I adore Simon and loved his story, I love how he grew as a person. I just love it so much.
Six of Crows
I dont know what to say about this one, I loved everything. The heist, the characters, the writing, I literally have nothing negative to say about this.
Sky in the Deep
This was a debut earlier this year that I couldn’t wait to get my hands on, it was pitched as a wonder woman meets Vikings and that’s all I knew about it as I jumped into. To me, that was a perfect description and I didn’t feel let down by hype at all, I feel like this story delivered its pitch.
Strange the Dreamer
I think about this book all the time, I also hate myself for not starting Muse of Nightmares yet, but I loved this story, Lazo was a sweet endearing character and I loved the setting of Weep and the giant library at the start.