- The Name of The Wind - Patrick Rothfuss
- The Wise Man's Fear - Patrick Rothfuss
This series are good if you want a fantasy series that incorporates science and integrates it with magical aspects. It is a story that is written in a way that the more you read the more is revealed. The characters are well thought out and each have aspects that make them equally likable as well as unlikable.
This book series is one of my favorite of all time and I would recommend this to anyone.
- We Were Liars - E. Lockhart
This book is a heartwarming, heart wrenching and ultimately excellent story that takes emotional connections to the new level. It takes what you think you know about the characters and shows new depths that are developed as the main character goes through her life.
It is a good story if your looking for a good cry and a good laugh.
- The Final Empire - Brandon Sanderson
This is much like The Name of the Wind, this book incorporates the scientific aspect and transforms it to work with the magical aspects. However, this book does it in a completely other way, completely unique to itself.
This book is complex in a way that it makes you think, as it takes you into a future of dictatorship and medieval living, with a complex storyline that is easily likable.
Okay so its pretty obvious by now that I am very into fantasy books cause to be honest who doesn't love a little fantasy in their life. So my next 'book' is a series;
- Throne Of Glass
- Crown of Midnight
- Heir of Fire
- Queen of Shadows
- Empire of Storms
(Sarah. J. Maas.)
Okay so this series basically is the ultimate series that takes fantasy and blends it with realistic ventures. It takes the struggles of a person and factors them into the main protagonist, who isn't perfects and knows it. This series has kept me captivated for years and keeps me coming back every time so I highly recommend it.
- You know me well -Nina LaCour and David Levithan
Not going to lie this book is held closely to my heart. As someone who has, and still struggles with their sexuality this story about two individuals is brillant. It blends the complexity of young teens and the rising aspect of sexuality and freedom to blend a heartwarming story about liberation and love.
- The Charmed Children Of Rookskill Castle - Janet. S. Fox
Initially when I saw this in the bookstore I didn't give it a second thought. But when I saw it again the book just drew me in. This book takes horror and suspense but in a lighter tone. It is enjoyable and easy to read, and is recommended to people who are looking for a book that is interesting and moving.