Books

Hopefully one day, my published books will be here.

For now, you can check out the books I’ve been reading and maybe find something new and exciting for yourself.

 

The Bear and the Nightingale, Katherine Arden

A fairy-tale from imperial Russia imbued with icy beauty and magic. Vasilisa is a descendant of a line of magical women. She is stifled by her conservative family and god-fearing society. But now her sight and her gifts are the only thing that can save her country from a mythical evil.

 

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, Ransom Riggs

Jacob – an average American teenager – discovers that his grandfather’s scary bedtime stories are true – there are monsters that eat souls and an island near England where a group of magical children hide from them. He goes to become part of the peculiar children and fight the monsters that his grandfather couldn’t overcome.

 

The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms, N.K. Jemisin

Yeine must fight for her life in a magical palace where gods and humans coexist. And she falls for the worst of bad guys – the god of night and chaos himself.

 

The Queen of the Tearling, Erika Johansen

A fantasy set in a future dystopian society (you get the feeling our modern civilization destroyed itself, and this strange mixture of fantasy and science

 

Storm Front (The Dresden Files Book 1), Jim Butcher

A modern-day wizard is Chicago’s police department consultant on weird cases. It’s a well-written and fast-paced magical realism novel, Cormorant Strike meets Harry Potter.

http://www.jim-butcher.com/books/dresden/storm-front

 

The Chemist, Stephenie Meyer

A spy thriller by the author of Twilight. Here is a link to the blog post:

https://lilygrigorova.wordpress.com/2016/11/10/blog-post-title-2/

 

Crooked Kingdom, Leigh Bardugo

A much-awaited sequel to the amazing Six of Crows. It’s perhaps the curse of much-awaited sequels to disappoint a bit. For me, it didn’t have the magic of the first book. But I recommend you check it out.

http://www.leighbardugo.com/books/six-of-crows/

 

The Fixer, Jennifer Lynn Barnes

A young-adult suspense novel set in the political labyrinth of Washington DC. A gripping and incredibly touching new series by my currently favorite YA author. The sequel is called The Long Game. Hopefully, there will be more to come.

http://www.jenniferlynnbarnes.com/

 

Heist Society, Ally Carter

Teenage con-artists confront one of the world’s most scary criminals.

http://allycarter.com/books/heist-society/synopsis/

 

Paper Princess, Erin Watt

An orphan finds out she’s the heiress to a tycoon. She’s forced to live with her dead father’s best friend and his five sons, one of whom is the worst bad boy in school. An amazing beginning to the Royals trilogy.

http://authorerinwatt.com/project/paper-princess/

 

For more great reads, here’s a link to my Goodreads profile:

https://www.goodreads.com/review/list/12407327

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