The rest of us just live here – Patrick Ness

This book plays with the convention of The Chosen One, the one, or in this case ones as in several, all the fantasy books are written about. In this book they are referred… Continue reading

Another day – David Levithan

This is not a continuation of Every Day, nor is it a companion. According to the author, David Levithan, it is a twin. It shares parentage and is similar to Every Day but… Continue reading

The accident season – Moira Fowley-Doyle

  I liked this book, though it was a bit uneven. The first half was a boring at times but it improved greatly around half way in and the last few chapters were a… Continue reading

Uprooted – Naomi Novik

  This book was very very good. It´s fantasy mixed with classic fairy tale. It´s charming and exciting with fantastic array of characters whom you grow to really root for. The book is… Continue reading

The fifth season – N.K Jemisin

This is the first in a multi-layored apocalyptic fantasy trilogy about  broken worlds (and people), power and revenge. It never shies away from the oppression, violence and systemic subjugation an empire puts on… Continue reading

Everything, everything – Nicola Yoon

Full disclosure, it was the cover that did it. It´s just such a fantastic cover. This has been a buzz book, I heard about it all over the place and the publishers seem… Continue reading

The girl at midnight – Melissa Grey

This is for fans of Daughter of smoke and bone and Mortal Instruments with a main protagonist (Echo) whom I really liked and with a fun “supporting cast” and a fast paced story.… Continue reading

Lies we tell oursevles – Robin Talley

  Lies We Tell Ourselves is an important, illuminating book. What Sarah and her friends have to endure each day are unthinkable and horrific. It´s important to remember that even though the story… Continue reading

My heart and other black holes – Jasmine Warga

Sixteen-year-old physics nerd Aysel is obsessed with plotting her own death. With a mother who can barely look at her without wincing, classmates who whisper behind her back, and a father whose violent… Continue reading

Station eleven – Emily St. John Mandel

This book gets all the stars in the universe, it was so, so good. Definitely one of the best books I´ve read this year. Melancholy, tender and utterly beautiful this is a book… Continue reading