Well, this is another difficult topic this week because there’s so many books that I don’t talk about enough. It’s so easy to fall into the routine of talking about the same books over and over again, but sadly, that means that other books get neglected. But not this week!
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Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson
I talk about pretty much all of Morgan Matson’s books, except I don’t give this one as much love as the others. I did at the time that I read it, but as the years have gone by, Ive not mentioned it as much. This was the second book of hers that I read, and it was so emotional (prepare yourself to cry, a lot). I can never pick a favourite book of Matson’s, but this will always hold a special little place in my heart.
The Demon Trappers by Jana Oliver
I read these books so long ago which is probably part of the reason why I don’t mention them that much. This was my first step into the fantasy and paranormal genre, and I loved every minute of it. The concept is so interesting and the world building is amazing – and whilst some of the demons are super scary, some are so cute which feels weird to say but it’s true.
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
It’s a crime that I don’t talk about this book that often especially since I’m half Scottish! One of my goals at some point is to visit a few of the places mentioned in the series – I’ve already done some, but I want to make a whole trip out of it. Anyway, back to the book… it’s amazing. It will take up your time because of the size of it, but it’s worth every single second. Scotland, time travel, and the Jacobite era make for a perfect mix.
It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover
I had heard so many great things about Colleen Hoover’s books a few years ago, so I decided on a whim, to pick up this one. I wasn’t expecting to love it just as much as I did. It centres upon an abusive relationship and it was so powerful and moving whilst also completley unpredictable at some points. I’ve read a few of Hoover’s other books, but none of them compare to this.
Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi
I talked about this book all the time when I first read it but since then, I’ve just… stopped? And I have no reason why!