Ever since her family lost their fortune , Feyre has been taking care of her father and two sisters. That includes hunting in the forests near her house to provide food—most critical in the winter months when no kill means no food on the table. So when a wolf threatens to steal her doe, she kills both. Only the wolf was actually a faerie, and now Feyre . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
Penny is ready with a capital R to go to college. She’s never been very good at making friends, so the only two people she’s leaving behind are her mom (who is more like the irresponsible child than Penny) and her boyfriend (who she’s not really that into). She can’t wait to escape to Austin, Texas and start living her actual life. Sam is stuck. He works at . . .
It’s been months since the Carls have disappeared—and April May along with them. Most people think she’s dead, but her friends still have hope. Especially when they start receiving mysterious books that seem to predict the future. Andy has since become somewhat internet famous himself, speaking at conferences and online about the post-Carl . . .
Quentin Coldwater finally has everything he's ever wanted: magic, Fillory, his friends by his side---he's even a king, for god's sake. But after going on a quest to save the magical world, he finds he can't just relax in royalty. He's restless again, and only a quest can satisfy that thirst. So imagine his surprise when he does fall into a quest, one that sends . . .
Hello, friends! I thought I'd share some of my favorite books from all the genres I read, some new, some old. But hopefully you're able to find something to add to your ever-growing TBR. Some of these were no-brainers, others I really struggled to break three-way ties. But these are all absolute favorites of mine, all 5-star reads (in my opinion), so . . .
Mia is on the run---per usual. She's just become the victor of the greatest game in the Republic. She's also just become the most wanted assassin of the Republic after murdering Duomo and (who she thought was) Sceva. Now, with her bratty brother Jonnen in tow, she must escape Godsgrave without getting killed by Luminatii soldiers, Red . . .
Mia Corvere thinks she's one step closer to avenging her parents' deaths. After saving the Red Church from total dessimation, Mia is finally made a blade at Lord Cassius's dying command. With many of the Church's blades dead after the attack, Mia finds herself busy assassinating for the Minsitry. But not Duomo. Or Sceva. In fact, the . . .
Quentin Coldwater is bored of life. Though the smartest in his school, probably able to get into the best colleges in the country, Quentin dreams of more than that. He's secretly obsessed with Fillory, a magical land in his favorite children's book series. So when he's suddenly accepted into Brakebills, an esteemed university where he . . .