Fantasy · Mystery · Science Fiction

Area X: The Southern Reach Trilogy: Annihilation; Authority; Acceptance

The mystery of Area X: The Southern Reach Trilogy is still a mystery to me

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Fantasy

A Clash of Kings (A Song of Ice and Fire Book 2)…phenomenal & worth the time it takes to read it

Title: A Clash of Kings (A Song of Ice and Fire Book 2) Author: George R. R. Martin Published: Bantam Books/Reprint 2011 Genre: Fantasy Length: 1009 pages Rating: 10/10 It’s so hard to sum up the long-winded books in the A Song of Fire and Ice series in a few paragraphs, especially knowing that most… Continue reading A Clash of Kings (A Song of Ice and Fire Book 2)…phenomenal & worth the time it takes to read it

Fantasy

A Game of Thrones…so good it gave me goosebumps

Title: A Game of Thrones Author: George R. R. Martin Published: Bantam Books/Reprint 2011 Genre: Fantasy Length: 807 pages Rating: 10/10 I’m excited to finally be reading the A Song of Ice and Fire series. My friend Kandravy, who recommended The Name of the Wind (now one of my favorite books and also a fantasy novel), told me I had to read this… Continue reading A Game of Thrones…so good it gave me goosebumps

Fantasy · Thriller · Young Adult

The Hunger Games Trilogy…I didn’t want to love them but I did

Title: The Hunger Games/Catching Fire/Mockingjay Author: Suzanne Collins Published: Scholastic Press, 2008/2009/2010 Genre: Mystery Length:  384/391/400 pages Rating: 8/10 I finally succumbed to The Hunger Games trilogy. My friend Shannon raved about the books and then I found out that a high school in New Jersey had their entire 9-12 grade student body read The Hunger Games for their summer reading… Continue reading The Hunger Games Trilogy…I didn’t want to love them but I did

Fantasy

The Name of the Wind…lets just say it made my top 10 list

Title: The Name of the Wind (Kingkiller Chronicles, Day 1) Author: Patrick Rothfuss Published: DAW Books/2007 Genre: Fantasy Length: 662 Rating: 10/10 I’ve read very few books that make the rest of the books I own pale in comparison or that I finish and immediately want to read again. But Patrick Rothfuss’ debut novel, The Name of the Wind, is… Continue reading The Name of the Wind…lets just say it made my top 10 list