So last year I made a post where I listed my least favorite books I read during the year. I figured if I'm going to give you a list of books you should read, I should also give you a list of books to avoid. I really enjoyed that, so I'm sticking with it this year. If you have any of these books on your TBR, they may not be worth it... (in my very valuable . . .
Is anyone else still processing 2020 and unable to comprehend that we're about to be in the year 2022? Anyway: my favorite books of 2021. I managed to read a nice, even 60 books this year and I'm not mad about it. Here are my top ten. If you haven't read them yet and they're not on your TBR, what are you waiting for? . . .
Jake is taking his girlfriend home to meet his parents. But what he doesn't know is that she's thinking of ending things. She's not sure why she's doing this---making it seem like she's ready to further their relationship---when she's thinking of ending it. Perhaps it's curiosity. Perhaps she wants to find more of those little moments where she . . .
It’s El’s final year in the Scholomance. As if last year wasn’t strange enough---actually making friends and falling for a boy and, oh, no big deal, just saving the entire senior class graduate---this year proves to be even more odd. Now that it’s El’s turn to start planning how she and her alliance will make it out alive, it feels like the Scholomance is . . .
After escaping her coven two years ago, Louise now hides in the city of Cesarine. She's given up practicing her magic and depends on petty theft to stay alive. Reid is a Chasseur, a huntsman of the Church. He lives his life by one rule: Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live. But as fate would have it, Lou and Reid are forced to marry---to save Lou's . . .
Every generation, a secret magickal Tournament is held to determine which of the seven most powerful families in Ilvernath will take control of the high magick. Each family puts forth their Champion to compete in the Tournament—but only one will make it out alive. This year, things are different. Ever since someone published a salacious tell-all history . . .
Alex is the son of the first woman president of the United States. He hopes to follow in his mother's footsteps and start a career in politics once he graduates from college. He is young, handsome, and loves seeing what the press writes about him every time he makes an appearance...except for what they write after a disastrous . . .
Five teens, who couldn’t be more different from one another, wind up together in detention: Nate, the drug dealer who’s on probation; Bronwyn, the future valedictorian; Cooper, Bayview High’s star baseball pitcher; Addie, the popular girl with the popular boyfriend; and Simon, the creator of Bayview’s notorious gossip app, where he spills the . . .
Last we saw Squad 312, things were looking…suboptimal. Kal and Auri were fighting the Starslayer to prevent him from firing the Weapon at Earth; Tyler was about to get blown to bits in an escape pod; and Zila, Scarlett, and Fin were floating through space directly in front of the Weapon’s firing path. Basically, things were not looking good. But . . .
When they were younger, Ivy, Mateo, and Cal – three students who had never hung out before – all skipped out on a field trip to explore the city. Their daring escape cemented their friendship, until they drifted apart at the start of high school. Now, during a chance meet-up in the parking lot, the three decide to skip school and go back to the city where they . . .