On this weeks post, I decided to look back this year so far and just think of what books I read. But I also wanted to mention what books were my favorites so far. This year so far had a really great start. Especially the releases didn’t leave me disappointed and I also recently discovered some new authors along the way. Below is some of the books I read that I enjoyed reading. Let me know in the comments below if you read any of them and what were your favorite books this year so far. This covers mostly the winter months between December to the middle of March.
This is a book I just read and I think out of all books I read this year I had the most fun with. I loved it so much it may be one of my favorite books of all time now. The book has a mixture of adventure, mystery, a love story, and magic. To read the review I wrote on the book Click Here.
BOOK 2: Windwitch by Susan Dennard
I was really looking for this book ever since Truthwitch and loved it. It brought back my favorite strong female duo and the handsome prince Merrik. I also enjoyed that in this book it embraced the beauty of friend along with having characters that had special abilities. To read my full review on Windwitch Click Here.
Book 3: Wayfarer by Alexandra Bracken
I actually enjoyed this book more than Passenger. But Passenger is still my favorite book from last year but this topped it. This book continued where I left off but focused more on the action instead of the romance. I also found myself laughing at some parts because of the funny lines. To read my full review on Wayfarer click here.
This isn’t exactly a book that came out recently but I wanted to mention it because I enjoyed it so much. This book filled me with nostalgia from seeing my favorite Star Wars characters along with taking me on a ride through the galaxy.
Book 5: King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard
This is the book that I been waiting for a while since the last book Glass Sword. I recently enjoyed this book. This book was intense and crazy. The book also had me in tears on some scenes because of the character Mare went through as a captive.