I always love making lists! So I’m participating in Top 5 Saturday which is organised by Mandy @Devouring Books.
This week’s topic is books from male POVs! I definitely read more books from female POVs! So let’s talk about some books from male POVs that I have yet to read! (trying not to list sequels here)
- Dark Matter by Blake Crouch – I really enjoyed Recursion so I need to read his other works!
- Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames – I’ve heard nothing but amazing things about this one and I just need to read it!
- The rage of dragons by Evan Winter – This one sounds amazing!
- The shadow of what was lost by James Islington – Another one that I just can’t wait to pick up!
- The lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch – Again, I’ve heard nothing but amazing things about this one!
First of all, why is it so hard to find books from a male POV??! Second of all, I really need to read all of these books! Third, why are these all fantasy, I couldn’t find a contemporary that I want to read with a male POV haha!
7 thoughts on “Top Five Saturday – Books from male POV’s that I have yet to read!”
I had a hard time not listing sequels too! This topic was so much harder than I expected it to be! I feel like all I could find were epic fantasy novels! But I can’t believe I didn’t have Kings of the Wyld on my list because I’m dying to read that book! I am also super interested in The Lies of Locke Lamora. It’s really weird that it’s so hard to find books from a male POV! I feel so unbalanced as a reader!!
Yeah I could also only think of epic fantasy haha!
Same, King of the wyld just sounds so good!
There definitely do tend to be a lot more books around with female POVs than male ones. I definitely want to read some of these at some point though, especially The Lies Of Locke Lamora – I’ve seen so many fantastic things about that book. I hope you love all of these when you get a chance to read them.
Yeah the lies of Locke Lamora just sounds so good!
Nice list! Same I feel as though I read more from a female POV! Didn’t realise until I had to come up with this list.
Haha I guess it is a common’problem’ then, reading more female POVs!
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