#10 favourite spring books

#10 favourite books I have read this spring in no particular order 😏:

Stolen Songbird by Danielle L. Jensen

OMG I really like this one, I want to read it really soon. It's full of action, mysterious creatures, lovely romance... Just amazing book.

Night Shift by B.B.Myers

One of those books, that kept me up at night, thinking about it. What is really going on, what happened, what is real, could it really happen ?

Really interesting concept, a bit of romance and mystery. 

Twenty-Four Potential Children of the Prophecy by Emily Martha Sorensen

One of the recent books, I've read. It's high-fantasy story with interesting setting. But the best thing about it, it is the humour. I was laughing through the entire book. :)

After The Ending by Lindsey Pogue and Lindsey Fairleigh

Really good post-apocalyptic story. Apocalypse meets X-men. Enough said 😁

The Witches of the Glass Castle by Gabriella Lepore

Such a good book. We follow brother and sister as they start Glass Castle, school for witches. 

Blackheath by Gabriella Lepore

Another amazing book, with magic in it.

First Year by Rachel E. Carter
Another great magic book. 

High fantasy story of Ryiah, who wants to be a combat mage, against all odds. I really love that her powers were not given, she had to work her but for it :D

Ravenscroft Conspiracy by Vic Connor

Virtual really story, where Nicolay, orphaned genius is offered way out death sentence, by going into game and going to mysterious Ravenscroft Academy.

Prophecy Awakened by Tamar Sloan

Really interesting story, that made me like werewolves. :)

Sound of Sirens 
Dystopia story, full of mythology, friendship, forbidden love and sirens.

I wasn't sure if I could find enough books for this list, because I was convinced I've read only few good ones past few months. As I went through the books I realised. that I read quite few very good books this spring and had a bit of trouble narrowing it down to just 10. These are the books that I will surely re-read often, part of my all time favourites. 

Most of the books on the list are first in the series and I haven't read the second books for neither of the series. I'm just afraid, because most of the second book don't live up to the first one and it might taint my love for these ones. Maybe in the future... 

10 book listed above are all really, really good, in my opinion and I highly recommend them. I judge book, how good it is, not on plot, grammar, characters or anything like that, but only on how the story pulls me in. If it gripped me from the first page, so that I can't put it down, the it is amazing book by my opinion. 

I hope the books I'll read in summer will be full of amazing ones, with no bad ones in between :)

Happy reading!


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