Ever since she turned sixteen, people have been forgetting Hope. First her teachers, then her friends, and finally her parents. She has to survive in a world where people forget her as soon as they turn away, she can only rely on herself. She becomes a thief and when a job leads down a dark path, she becomes hunted as well.
I am addicted. Addicted to Raye Wagner’s wonderful writing.
Last month, I saw on YouTube that Raye Wagner was offering a free e-copy of her book, Curse of the Sphinx, if you signed up to her newsletter. I checked it out, signed up and received not only Curse of the Sphinx but a free copy of her novella Origins of the Sphinx as well. I was chuffed but didn’t get around to reading them for a couple of weeks. Read more
I have discovered a world with a truly remarkable magic system. The Black Prism is the first book in the Lightbringer series by Brent Weeks and it was an absolute marvel.
I love to experience new things, especially through books. I always enjoy reading from the point of view of different cultures and lifestyles, and I want more. I read a lot of fantasy which tends to provide an unusual lifestyle perspective but for the most part I’m reading from a white English/American-style perspective. I want to read from as many different perspectives as possible. Read more
My other half doesn’t read as much as I do. It means that when I finish a book I tell him that he just HAS to read it and by the time he picks a new book, I’ve forgotten what I recommended in the first place. Today I’m going to be recommending books for him to read that I have physical copies of here; a few books he would like are audiobooks and there are lots in boxes at my mum’s house. I’ll revise this list when I’m finally reunited with the rest of my lovelies.
I found a Random Word Generator and decided it would be fun to recommend some books based on a list of random words. I set the generator to ten words, and this is the result. Enjoy! Read more
Top 5 Wednesdays is a Goodreads Group for book bloggers, every week there is a new topic. This week’s is Rainy Day Reads. From this, I will be suggesting books that are great to curl up and read in one sitting.
5. Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz