Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher

Hannah Baker killed herself but before she died she sent out tapes to thirteen people telling of how their interactions with her led to her demise.

Clay liked Hannah and when he recieves the tapes he is shocked and saddened.  He soon dives into the complicated people around him and how Hannah was negatively impacted by their actions amd how maybe just.. maybe he could of saved her.

 

This book is absolutely terrible.  We learn nothing of the main character ,Clay, except that he has a garage, his mom likes milkshakes, and he learns how to ride the bus.  Hannah turns out to be a selfish girl who sends out tapes for revenge.  In the end we hate all the characters and never ever want to read this book again.

I would not suggest reading this and I sincerely hope this helped.

Burning Glass by Kathryn Purdie

An Ausaseer feels people’s emotions around them. Sonya is different she feels the emotions around her both emotionally and physically.

Sonya is an Ausaseer. One that has hidden from the empire for seventeen years.

After a tragic incident she becomes Soveriegn Ausaseer whose job is to read the people around the emperor so that he is not assassinated.  But it is hard for Sonya to decipher the difference between her feelings and the people’s around her.  ” As she struggles to wrangle her abilities, Sonya seeks refuge in the charming-yet-volatile Emperor Valko and his idealistic younger brother, Prince Anton.  But when threats of a revolution pit the two brothers against each other, Sonya must choose which brother to trust- and which to betray.”( inside cover).

The Princess and the Hound

George is a Prince with animal magic. He is forced to marry Princess Beatrice of the neighboring kingdom for the good of both their realms.

Princess Beatrice lives in a world where she is scorned and looked down upon.  Her only comfort is her loyal yet wild hound, Marit.  But there is more to this inseperable pair than meets the eye.

These three will take you on a wonderful yet heart wrenching journey.

Companions to Read and Write with.

I find that reading or writing with your cat or dog is soothing and inspiring.  This is especially true with my cat who enjoys the book I am reading almost as much as I do.  She is also inspiring when I write and I have modeled characters in my stories after her.   If you have a pet why not spend time with them while enjoying a fantastic book or furiously writing your own.

Traitor to the Throne by Alwyn Hamilton

The second book in the series, The Rebel of the Sands, continues Amani’s story.   She has joined the rebellion to bring down the Sultan who killed his own father for the throne. Amani accidentally infiltrates the Sultan’s palace. She is determined to spy on the Sultan from the inside and bring him to justice for all of his bloodthirsty crimes.  Distractingly she is still a prisoner under the constant supervision of guards.   There she learns secrets that should never of been unearthed.  Questions arise as to whether her cause is true.  But will she survive the trials of the palace?

Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton

A sharpshooter and a dreamer living in a back- country town where there is no escape.  That all changes when she meets Jin, a foreigner at a shooting contest.  She leaves Dustwalk, her town on a mythical horse and finds through Jin the true heart of the desert  and her own blooming power.

” Rebel of the Sands reveals what happens when a dream referred explodes- in the fires of rebellion, of romantic passion, and the all- consuming inferno of a girl finally, at long last, embracing her power.”( Inside cover)