Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Month of May - Book Recommendations


I couldn't help myself! This year is flying by. Any books that I absolutely NEED to read before this year ends?

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    1. You've mentioned that before. Will have to see if I can get it. Thanks!

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  2. Shadow and Bone or Grave Mercy! Both are in my all time favorites! Both are kind of historical fantasy, but Grave Mercy isn't too fantastical, but I recommend both of them!

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    1. I think I've got both those somewhere. Thanks!

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  3. Ooh, well I'd have to check to see which books you've already read, but I do definitely concur with the three that were mentioned in the comments above! I also always recommend anything written by Patrick Ness (Chaos Walking trilogy, A Monster Calls) and anything written by Rick Yancey (The Monstrumologist series, The 5th Wave).

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    1. I did love Patrick Ness's "A Monster Calls". One of my favorites of last years book so I would love to check out more of his books. Rick Yancey sounds familiar. Will check him out. Thanks!

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  4. Ooh, I'm not sure if you've read any of these but:
    - The Fault In Our Stars by John Green (or make that anything by him)
    - The Infernal Devices Trilogy by Cassandra Clare
    - Geek Girl by Holly Smale

    Happy Reading! Enjoy :)

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    1. Geek Girl? Hmm... sounds like something I would like. Thanks!
      By the way I read The Fault in Our Stars and cried my eyes out!

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  5. Oh I agree with The Fault in Our Stars and The Infernal Devices! It's a must read. Also if you haven't read then - Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta and The Storyteller by Antonia Michaelis :))

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    1. I really do want to try Jellicoe Road especially since you speak so highly of that author all the time. Thanks!

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  6. Oh I agree with Tanja. Jellicoe Road and The Storyteller are both brilliant reads. I also really love The 5th Wave, Shadow and Bone, Out of the Easy and The Raven Boys. Though I could probably go on and on... ;)

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    1. Out of the Easy is one I've been looking at. It's great that you recommend it because I saw one meh review and have been discouraged ever since. Thanks!

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  7. The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey. It's a MUST for any dystopian fan! ;)

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    1. Everybody's recommending the 5th wave! Thanks (:

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  8. Great question! I can't remember if you read the MG book- Wonder by RJ Polacio. If not- you must read it! :)
    ~Jess

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