This all began on tumblr. I was looking for some posts about a specific book series, only to realize that no one else seems to be talking about it. So, I decided that if that fandom doesn’t exist, I will create it myself.
Thats when this slideshow was born. I posted it to tumblr, and just prayed that people would see how great these books are and join the fandom with me.
I’ve included the slideshow down below, but I’ll go into more detail after on why these books were chosen, as well as mention a few other books that deserve more hype.
Read more for even more book recommendations, plus a transcript of the slideshow!
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Overall: 3.5/5 Stars
Plot and Themes: 3/5
Awesomeness Factor: 3/5
Review in a Nutshell: Roar is a fun fantasy, with plenty of romance and a unique world. However, if you’re only a mild fantasy fan with a big TBR, I would understand skipping this one in favor of others.
“Perhaps death is all that waits for me across the great waters, but better to know death than to choose fear of the unknown.”
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// Content Warning: Violence, Sexual Assault (Attempt), Anxiety, Murder, Illness, Imprisonment //
“If there’s one thing I know it’s that freedom shouldn’t feel like a noose around your neck.”
Release Date: 6/13/2017
Publisher: Tor Teen
Page Count: 380
Roar follows Princess Aurora, who comes from a long line of powerful Stormlings, but holds no Stormling power herself. Desperate to protect her kingdom and her secret, Aurora agrees to her mother’s plan of marrying her off to a Stormling prince from another kingdom, but the more she learns about him, the more her future terrifies her. Disguising herself, Aurora flees the palace and joins group of storm hunters who promise her a way to gain storm magic for herself.
Read more for all of my thoughts on Roar!
I love this series. It’s grown on me more and more with each book, and this one was no exception!
Overall: 4.5/5 Stars
Plot and Themes: 4.5/5
Awesomeness Factor: 4/5
Would you recommend this book for fans of the first? Yes
Overall: 4/5 Stars
Plot and Themes: 4/5
Awesomeness Factor: 4/5
Review in a Nutshell:
Ruined is a fun, quick fantasy romance with plenty of action, violence, and political intrigue, that only gets better as the series goes on.
“Kind, reasonable, thoughtful. It wasn’t ‘love’ or an admission of wild, passionate feelings, but he realized he liked her three words more. ‘Love’ would have been easy, another easy lie in a long line of lies. ‘Love’ would be easy to dismiss.”
Most Anticipated May Releases
May is a crazy month. There are so many insane book releases that I’m dying for! So, naturally, I want to talk about them all. Since there are so many, I won’t talk about them too much, but I will include links to their Goodreads pages if you want to learn more!
So here are 16 highly anticipated YA releases of May 2018!
Read more for release dates, titles, and synopsis!