I feel like I often talk about the same favourite books. Like The last magician, Harry Potter, Truthwitch, Scythe etc. Today I want to shout out some of my favourites that I talk about less!
Spellbook of the lost and found by Moïra Fowley-Doyle.
I’m pretty sure I’ve mentioned this one quite a bit ahah. But still, I just love the atmosphere in this book! This book made me realize that I love magical realism (and I still need to find more books in this genre).
Binti by Nnedi Okorafor.
This series is amazing! It is so beautiful and diverse! And I really need to reread this soon!
Anne of green gables: A graphic novel by LM Montgomery and Mariah Marsden.
Okay Anne of Green Gables is many people’s favourite, but please check out this graphic novel! It is so beautiful!
The rest of us just live here by Patrick Ness.
This book made me start to love Patrick Ness. I just thought this story was so original, and so beautifully written!
Shadow of the fox by Julie Kagawa.
I’ve loved everything I read by Julie Kagawa, and this was no difference! The story is so original and Kagawa’s writing is so good and it just pulls you into the story!
The last namsara by Kristen Ciccarelli.
I feel like haven’t talked about this one that often, but it’s amazing! It already starts at the amazing covers! I’m so happy I got this one in a Fairyloot, I’m not sure I would have picked it up otherwise!
Four Three Two One by Courtney C Stevens.
I often talk about her other book, but not that much about this one. This one was just as beautifully written, and it deals with such a heavy topic. I think the author did a great job discussing this!
Crown of feathers by Nicki Pau-Preto.
A recent favourite! Another original story, and I loved the world, the characters, the phoenixes! I really have to buy my own copy of this book.
Do you dream of Terra-Two? by Temi Oh.
This book reminded me why I love science-fiction, and why I should reach out to different genres more often! I really hope this author will write more, because I will pick it up, whatever it is she writes!