This weeks topic celebrates Science Fiction/Fantasy Books which I absolutely love since it’s my favorite genre to read in, Swetlana and I had to join in.
Throne Of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
I love this series because it follows a strong female character that isn’t reduced to being a women but she takes charge and kicks some serious ass! One of my favorite things about her is when she puts men in their place and lets them know she knows what she’s doing & that she doesn’t need a man to survive. I keep saying that but Sarah really did create something really great here.
City of Glass by Cassandra Clare
Book #3 is my favorite one in this series because it shows that great battle against Valentine and what it all means for Jace and Clary. Not to mention Alec coming out in this one was something really special. (Although I would have prefered it to be from his POV but). When reading the series I found myself enjoying this one the most.
Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
We get to know another character Scarlet who plays a big part in this series. She finds out about things that people she cares about kept from her and she makes new alliances with unexpected forces. This book made me love the story even more and I’m planning to read the next book soon.
A Court Of Thorns And Roses by Sarah J. Maas
Swetlana and me keep gushing about this series but we just love it so much! Feyre is such a great character she grew on me so fast. Especially after having read Book #2 A Court Of Mist and Fury which was one of the best books I read last year. I already want to re-read it but that’s for another time.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
I don’t think I need to tell you any more about how much I love this series and everything about it. This book is by far my favorite one so far (out of the 4 I read). It will always have a special place in my heart.
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2 thoughts on “Top 5 Wednesday: Favorite Science Fiction & Fantasy Books”
I loved Throne of Glass, too! I really appreciated how seriously it takes the main character’s past as a survivor of some really horrible things.
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Yes because Aelin has been through so much and Arobynn abused her physically and mentally. It’s important to showcase that.
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