I think A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas will be going on my All Time Favourite Books list. IT’S JUST SO -ASDFGGN-I-CAN’T-EVEN-TALK-ANYMORE. It’s set in my dreamworld where mountains and night skies are EVERYTHING. The Night Court is definitely my favourite setting out of all the books I have ever read. Plus… There’s a certain High Lord I can’t get enough of. *coughs* Rhysand. *sighs dreamily* (I am actual trash.)
Dear mother of things good, this book killed me. I realise that I’ve just listed Sarah J. Maas twice BUT I DON’T CARE. Empire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas hurt my SOUL. The world building was just CRAZY. Oh. And.
More hot guys.
Hot. Fae. Guys. 0///0
Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo WAS UNREAL. I’ve been reading Leigh’s books since she debuted with Shadow and Bone and they just keep on getting better and better. This book is so full of ships that your heart WILL explode, and THAT ENDING?
KAZ YOU’RE AN ACTUAL SWEETHEART, YOU JUST WON’T ADMIT IT.
Heartless by Marissa Meyer is the ultimate test to see whether you’re heartless or not. I cried BUCKETS, TANKS, RIVERS, OCEANS, ECOSYSTEMS (Ok, what?) of tears. Which means that my heartless ninja persona is kinda screwed now. *falls into silence and contemplates the meaning of life and self-identity*
Girl in Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow was BEAUTIFUL. Charlie’s story was full of ups and downs which made it so real, and her road to recovery is seriously one that EVERYONE should be reading.
So hurry up and finish reading my post, and drive to your nearest bookshop and BUY A COPY. Read it. Then come back to me and shriek about the book to me and then you can shower me with love. 😀
The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater was just the start of my journey. I read the entire series, and I really enjoyed it. Maggie filled the books with little hints here and there that will hit you HARD after you’ve finished the books. The books are full of lovable and precious guys AND ADAM~ I will always love you <3
All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven was recommended to me by a friend that literally never reads and so I HAD to give it a try. It was such a good book and I love how mental illness was written in it, and how it showed that not everybody got help. It felt so real, and it was written in such a raw way without sugarcoats that I just <3
Broken Sky by L. A. Weatherly was so original and brilliant that I don’t think I will ever stop recommending it to people. It was full of twists and turns that literally left me GASPING for breath. Darkness Follows, its sequel also came out in the same year, and I AM SO HAPPY. Seriously, waiting 1 year for sequels is actually torture and L. A. Weatherly is AMAZING for writing a book in a matter of months.
Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare WAS SUCH A TRAGIC BOOK. Emma and Julian are such a perfect match AND HELP ME, I’M SCREAMING AGAIN. I NEED MORE EMMA AND JULIAN RIGHT NOW. WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO ME CASSANDRA CLARE?
*sniffs* I’m ok. More than ok. PERFECTLY FINE.
It feels like it’s been so long since I’ve read The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare.
This series made me cry so so sooooooo much. It was beautifully written and was the PERFECT addition to The Mortal Instruments series, and I loved how well the epilogue tied the series together.
OMG 2016 has been one hell of a year for me. So. Many. Weepy. Books. How am I still alive??
What’s your favourite book of 2016? Which book made you cry most?