Authors A-Z

A list of all the authors featured on my blog!

A

Acevedo, Elizabeth – The Poet X

Ashton, Brodi – My Lady Jane

Ashton, Brodi – My Plain Jane

Austen, Jane – Sense and Sensibility

Austen, Jane – Pride & Prejudice

Aveyard, Victoria – Red Queen Series

Aveyard, Victoria – WAR STORM

B

Bardugo, Leigh – Crooked Kingdom

Bardugo, Leigh – Ruin and Rising

Bardugo, Leigh – Shadow and Bone

Bardugo, Leigh – Siege and Storm

Bardugo, Leigh – Six of Crows

Birdsall, Jeanne – The Penderwicks (complete series)

Birdsall, Jeanne – The Penderwicks on Gardam Street

Birdsall, Jeanne – The Penderwicks at Last

Black, Holly – The Cruel Prince

Black, Holly – The Wicked King

Brontë, Emily – Wuthering Heights

Brooks, Kevin – Black Rabbit Summer

Brooks, Kevin – iBoy

C

Cavallaro, Brittany – A Study in Charlotte

Cavallaro, Brittany – A Question of Holmes

Cavallaro, Brittany – The Case for Jamie

Clare, Cassandra – The Shadowhunter Series

Clare, Cassandra – City of Lost Souls

Clare, Cassandra – Lady Midnight

Clare, Cassandra – Lord of Shadows

Clare, Cassandra – Queen of Air and Darkness

Cotugno, Katie – TOP 10

Cotugno, Katie – 99 Days

D

E

Estep, Jennifer – Black Blade

F

Farrant, Natasha – After Iris – The Gadsby Siblings

G

Garber, Stephanie – Caraval

Gier, Kerstin – Silver

Gordon, Noah – The Physician

Green, John  – Paper Towns

Green, John – The Fault in Our Stars

Green, John – Turtles all the way down

H

Hand, Cynthia – My Lady Jane

Hand, Cynthia – My Plain Jane

Hitchcook, Bonnie-Sue – The Smell of other People’s Houses

I

J

Johnson, Maureen – Truly Devious

K

L

Lindgren, Astrid – The Six Bullerby Children

M

Maas, Sarah J – Throne of Glass 

Martin, George R. R. – A Game of Thrones

Meadows, Jodi – My Lady Jane

Meadows, Jodi – My Plain Jane

Meyer, Marissa – Cinder

Meyer, Marissa – Cress

Meyer, Marissa – Scarlet

Meyer, Marissa – Winter

N

O

P

Q

R

Riggs, Ransom – Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Rio, ML – If We Were Villains

Roth, Veronica – Divergent

Roth, Veronica – The Fates Divide

Rowell, Rainbow – Fangirl

Rowling, JK – The Harry Potter Series

Rowling, JK – Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Rowling, JK – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

S

Schwab, Victoria – A Darker Shade of Magic

Sebastian, Lauren – Ash Princess

Stiefvater, Maggie – The Raven Cycle

Sug, Zoe – Girl Online

T

Tahir, Sabaa – An Ember in the Ashes

Thomas, Angie – The Hate U Give

U

V

Valentine, Jenny – Finding Violet Park

W

X

Y

Z

Book Titles A-Z

A list of all the featured book on my blog!

A

A Darker Shade of Magic – Victoria Schwaab

After Iris – The Gadsby Siblings – Natasha Farrant

A Game of Thrones – George R. R. Martin

An Ember in the Ashes – Sabaa Tahir

A Question of Holmes – Brittany Cavallaro

Ash Princess – Laura Sebastian

A Study in Charlotte – Brittany Cavallaro

B

Black Blade – Jennifer Estep

Black Rabbit Summer – Kevin Brooks

C

Caraval – Stephanie Garber

Cinder – Marissa Meyer

City of Lost Souls – Cassandra Clare

Cress – Marissa Meyer

Crooked Kingdom – Leigh Bardugo

D

Divergent – Veronica Roth

E

F

Fangirl – Rainbow Rowell

The Fates Divide – Veronica Roth

Finding Violet Park – Jenny Valentine

G

Girl Online – Zoe Sugg

H

Harry Potter – The complete Series – J.K Rowling

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – J.K Rowling

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – J.K Rowling

I

iBoy – Kevin Brooks

If We Were Villains – ML Rio

J

K

L

Lady Midnight  – Cassandra Clare

Lord of Shadows – Cassandra Clare

M

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – Ransom Riggs

My Lady Jane – Cynthia Hand, Jodi Meadows, Brodi Ashton

My Plain Jane – Cynthia Hand, Jodi Meadows, Brodi Ashton

N

O

P

Paper Towns – John Green

Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen

Q

Queen of Air and Darkness – Cassandra Clare

R

Red Queen – Victoria Aveyard

Ruin and Rising – Leigh Bardugo

S

Scarlet – Marissa Meyer

Selection – Kiera Cass

Sense and Sensibility – Jane Austen

Shadow and Bone – Leigh Bardugo

Shadowhunters – Cassandra Clare

Siege and Storm – Leigh Bardugo

Silver – Kerstin Gier

Six of Crows – Leigh Bardugo

T

The Case for Jamie – Brittany Cavallaro

The Cruel Prince – Holly Black

The Fault in Our Stars – John Green

The Hate U Give – Angie Thomas

The Penderwicks – Complete Series – Jeanne Birdsall

The Penderwicks on Gardam Street – Jeanne Birdsall

The Penderwicks at Last – Jeanne Birdsall

The Physician – Noah Gordon

The Poet X  –Elizabeth Acevedo

The Raven Cycle – Maggie Stiefvater

The Six Bullerby Children – Astrid Lindgren

The Smell of other People’s Houses – Bonnie – Sue Hitchcook

The Wicked King – Holly Black

Throne of Glass – Sarah J Maas

TOP 10 – Katie Cotugno

Truly Devious – Maureen Johnson

Turtles all the way down – John Green

The Three Investigators – by Unkown

U

V

W

WAR STORM – Victoria Aveyard

Winter – Marissa Meyer

Wuthering Heights – Emily Brontë

X

Y

Z

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99 Days – Katie Cotugno

The Hate U Give – Review

I don’t know how to start. This book sadly is reality, but it is also so much more: an encouragement for oppressed people to stand up, to demonstrate they have a chance, for people to realize this world hasn’t found a resolution for racism and for young people to cherish life and opportunities. 

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Crooked Kingdom – Review

Kaz Brekker – oh no you didn’t. How can anyone ever live up to your standards, I ask myself . How can anyone ever write a book as brilliant as this ever again? Leigh Bardugo, you took your writing to a whole other level. The second novel of the Six of Crows Duology plays only days after the first novel ended, leaving Kaz Brekker’s gang with nothing but their anger about Jan Van Eck’s betrayal and the worries about Inej, who got captured by nobody else than Van Eck. Determined to get his Wraith and money back, Kaz comes up with a plan so brilliantly minded no one is safe – making them the most wanted people in the world.

I have nothing to say about the fact that these novels are the most fascinating ones I’ve ever read. Leigh Bardugo writes in a way I haven’t seen anybody write, yet this is only a small part of why these books are my favorites. The dialogues are vivacious, the characters are lovely and the plot is the most epic one ever. Also, how does Leigh Bardugo can come up with these masterplans of Kaz’, I wonder?!

I fell in love with all of Kaz Brekker’s gang – obviously Kaz himself, Inej, Nina and Matthias, Jesper and Wylan (and Kuwei if you can count him). Therefore, one can imagine that the ending is very emotional of somebody loving each member of the crew – but no spoilers!

As mentioned in my Six of Crows Blog Post, there have not been many books I read where I enjoyed multiple characters telling the story, but Leigh Bardugo couldn’t change my mind more. All of these characters have their own interesting story and I would love to read all of them, if they are ever written.

SPOILER ALERT!!! Don’t continue reading this paragraph if you intend to read this book (which I highly recommend).

Especially, I’m a huge fan of Kaz and Inez and therefore loved the ending where he bought her her own ship and found her parents. I strongly believe they are off sailing the seas hunting slavers together by now.

I cried when Matthias died because he and Nina where soulmates. There have never been two couples in a book I love that much, so these book really were the exception as I both love Kaz and Inej and Nina and Matthias. Also, I can’t stop thinking about Nina’s last words to Matthias (“May Djel watch over you until I can once more.”). That kind of stayed stuck in my head.

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I don’t know how to ever love a book as much as I loved Six of Crows and Crooked Kingdom as these books are rare masterpieces, in my opinion.