With summer now in full swing, there are a few books I would like to get to before it ends.
They’re all books I have been dying to read and now I hopefully can, since I’ve gotten some of my free time back.
So let me get on with it and share them with you. 😊
The Way of Kings is a book that’s been calling to me recently, which is great since I’ve needed more Sanderson in my life. It’s been sitting on my shelves for over 3 years now and it’s about time I moved it off my to-read shelf. The two books currently out in this series get nothing but love, so I can’t wait to finally read it.
I am a huge fan of the original Millennium trilogy and when I discovered that there would be a fourth book, I knew I had to read it. And even though this isn’t technically written by Steig Larason, it has gotten a lot of praise. So I’m cautiously optimistic and I hope it doesn’t disappoint.
This was the book that set off this list. I knew that once I’d finished my last exam, I would be starting the Ship of Magic as soon as. And that I did. I’m almost done with it and I’ve fallen head over heels for this story and its characters. I’d highly recommend checking out Robin Hobb’s work, if you haven’t already. She’s fast becoming one of my favourite fantasy authors.
Back in April, I listened to The Diviners audiobook and its become one my of favourite books of the year so far. I’m currently also listening to Lair of Dreams and I’m more than halfway done with it. I’m loving it even more and I can’t believe I’m gonna have to wait so long for the next book.
I added All the Light We Cannot See into mix so that whenever I needed a change in pace or wanted something really emotional, it’d be my go-to pick. Admittedly, I don’t know much about it but that’s how I want to be I when go into it. Everybody raves about it, so I’m excited to see what I think.
This is one hyped book that I’m equally nervous and pumped to start. It’s another book, I have no clue what it’s about, except that its set in a Rome-like setting which has me intrigued. I’m really hoping to liking it, so we’ll see how that goes.
7. Carry On
Because of various reasons, I’ve put off reading Carry On. But now its reached the point were I just needed to read it already. And so now hopefully I will. It’ll be interesting to see how Rainbow Rowell first foray into fantasy pans out. And as I adore her other work, I have faith it’s gonna be good.
Around this time last year, I read The Wrath and the Dawn. And ever since then I’ve been impatiently waiting on the sequel. So I now that it’s out, I beyond excited to see how this duology will end. It’s probably gonna be one of the next books I’ll read.
So those are all the books that I’m hoping to have read by the end of summer.
Do you have a Summer Reading list too? If you do, leave me a comment telling me your top 3. I’d love to know. 😄
As always, thanks for reading.