Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Warriors: Dawn of the Clans: The Sun Trail by Erin Hunter

A great story for animal and human lovers alike!  Full of drama and conflict, The Sun Trail is the beginning to a wonderful story of cats searching for new homes.  Learning things along the way and breaking and making new relationships, these characters go on unforgettable adventures together to find what they're looking for.

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

This book incorporates romance, and topics like family, friends, and sticking together.  A "normal" boy finds out he is peculiar just after his grandfather's death.  He stumbles upon a place caught in time where a group of ten peculiar children are in hiding from monsters and, most importantly, their death.  Will they survive?

The House of Hades by Rick Riordan

This book was amazing!  I finished it today, and I was immediately looking forward to the next book!  The plot and adventure were awesome, and the comedy that was laced in just made this whole book simply astounding!  Looking forward to starting the next and last book in the series!!!

The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton

This book has it all!  A bit of the rough side, a bit of the good side.  This book has a great lesson integrated into it.  It's about a "war" for heroism.  One social class has a bad reputation but when they get called heroes, everything changes.

The Fire Within by Chris D'Lacey

This book is about dragons that have an amazing spark inside them.  But the dragons are made of clay.

The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black

A boy with horns sleeps in the forest, inside a transparent coffin.  The fae dance in the forest by moonlight.  Tourists come to the forest to gawk, and they disappear mysteriously soon afterwards.  Hazel and Ben were the knight and the bard (but those were kids' games; they're not intrepid adventurers anymore).  Then the boy with horns escapes from his coffin, and Hazel and Ben discover that they aren't playing at being knight and bard anymore.

The Throne of Glass (series) by Sarah J. Maas

I loved this series!  The plot was interesting, the characters were great, and I flew right through it.  In the first book, an assassin agrees to work for the King in exchange for her freedom - but first, she has to win a contest, which quickly turns deadly.  The series only gets better from there, but be warned!  Book 5 leaves you on a big cliffhanger, and the sequel doesn't come out for several months now.

The Selection by Kiera Cass

This is one of my favorite books because I love the storyline.  I read the whole series in a week and a half.  I couldn't stop reading it.