Hey guys! Starting a new post series here. So I read A LOT and now each Monday I am going to post what the new haul I’m bringing home for this week! Excited? I sure am!
looky at the green thingy here that took 4 hours too long to make >.< ^^
This week I have six books to read, these are all fantasy novels that I have checked out from my school library.
- The Infinite Sea by Rick Yancey
This novel is the second book of The 5th Wave Series. I am anticipating this sequel because the first book left me with a lot of unhappy cliffhangers 😭 Hopefully (not promising) I can write a review on the 1st book, The 5th Wave which was a really great book. I’m really excited about the new movie but please, READ THE BOOK BEFORE THE MOVIE.
- The Amulet of Samarkand by Jonathan Stroud
This novel is the first in The Bartimaeus Trilogy. This book is the ultimate stalker. I have seen it on the shelf at my middle school library for 2 years and my high school library for almost just as long, and never picked it up. Begone those days! For I shall read this novel and narrate my odyssey within its pages on this website.
- The Falling Kingdom by Morgan Rhodes
Honestly, I picked up this book because the cover looks badass and the title sounds cool. Gotta give creds to the cover artist sometimes 😛
Look at that scary knife and awesome flowy white robe… badass. It’s got the same feels as the covers on the Ranger’s Apprentice books amirite?
- The Power of Six by Pittacus Lore
This is the 2nd book of the Lorien Legacies, the 1st being, I am Number Four. I already started reading this one and I have high expectations that this will be better than the 1st book because the main character is a crazy heroine who is pretty kickass. By the way, a movie already came out for I am Number Four so go check it out that after you read the series 🙂
- The Rise of Nine by Pittacus Lore
I checked this out in advance to read over the weekend after I am done with The Power of Six. Set your weekend plans kids. #prioritize
- The Sword of Summer by Rick Riordan
*drooolss. I still cannot get over Rick Riordan’s books. His books may not provide for you the meat some prefer in a YA, but his novels are action packed and full of life. I love all his books to death and his novels will always hold the highest place in my heart. ❤ I cannot burn through his books fast enough. I am probably going to finish this first.
- Half Wild by Sally Green
I just finished Half Bad over the weekend and you should totally read the review I just did right here: ma critique du livre. If I do say so myself the book ain’t even half bad. I am hoping for more action in the sequel, mainly fight scenes between Nathan and Hunters?