Mirror King by Jodi Meadows
The sequel to the Orphan Queen, and it is one heck of a sequel! Traitors, magic, royalty, vigilantes, and it’s fabulous.
Passenger by Alexandra Bracken
I decided to pick this one up because I saw that Sarah J. Maas wrote the blurb on the cover. Etta Spencer was a normal girl; as normal as a teenage professional violinist can be. But then her grandmother is killed right in front of her and she is thrust into a world of time traveling families that Etta is somehow a part of. Now she has to travel through time with Nicholas to find an object that her mom hid to save her life and possibly the entire world.
A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas
I am really enjoying this read because it’s fun to see the darker side of faeries. I can’t wait to finish this one and dive into the next book in the series because it is action-packed and wonderful so far!
In The Deep End by Kate Cann
It’s a super cute summer contemporary, packed full of romance. So far, I’m really enjoying it! It’s a perfect read to get you into the summer spirit.
Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling
I am really enjoying it! Harry Potter just brings all the feels, and I’ve had a lot of fun revisiting the characters and the wizarding world again!
Where The Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls
Admittedly, I was hesitant to pick up this classic. Would it be as good as everyone always raved? I am only half way through but I can already tell you, it deserves the praise. Wilson Rawls captures the wonders of new experiences, dedication, and undying love. His motivation and drive makes you want to get up and be productive!
The Last Boy and Girl In the World by Siobhan Vivian
I really like this book and the story behind all the characters. It’s a super good summer book that’s a cross between romance and adventure. Keeley Hewitt, knows it’s time to tell her crush she loves him when her small town starts sliding underwater.
Carry On by Rainbow Rowell
In the book Fangirl, one of the characters wrote fanfiction. Carry on is the published version of this. It follows Simon Snow and Baz Pitch at a wizarding school called Waterford. It is ver, very good! The premise is very similar to Harry Potter, it adds it’s own twists on the story.