Weekly Reading List #117


By Cynthia Ayala

Hey there avid readers. It’s been a busy weekend at work with Star Wars opening this weekend. I saw it. It was an improvement on Episode VII I will say that. Expect a full review soon. But anyway, I’ve had some time to catch up on some of my reading and I also finished editing New Girl. Just doing some last minute checks and then ARC’s will being going out soon. Woo, something to add to reading lists. But in the meantime lets take a look at my reading list.

1. War of the Cards (Queen of Hearts Saga #3)

by Colleen Oakes

The final book in the twisted YA trilogy re-imagining of the origin story of the Queen of Hearts.

Dinah has lost everyone she ever loved. Her brother was brutally murdered. The wicked man she believed was her father betrayed her. Her loyal subjects have been devastated by war. And the boy she gave her heart to broke it completely.

Now a dark queen has risen out of the ashes of her former life. Fury is blooming inside Dinah, poisoning her soul and twisting her mind. All she has left is Wonderland and her crown, and her obsession to fight for both. But the war rages on, and Dinah could inherit a bloodstained throne. Can a leader filled with love and rage ever be the ruler her kingdom needs? Or will her all-consuming wrath bring Wonderland to its knees?

This is not a story of happily ever after.

This is the story of the Queen of Hearts.

2. The Traitor’s Crux (The Dark Powers #1)

by Jessica Prather (Goodreads Author)

In a country ravaged by years of war, plague, and death, witches and wizards are blamed for the state of the world and hunted by the U.S. government. Kenadee Coria was only a young girl when her brother was taken prisoner for having magical powers.

Now sixteen years old, Kenadee discovers she too has magical powers and must face the facts: the government is watching, and they have plans for her. She’s given a deadly mission and an impossible ultimatum: the lives of a hidden group of magic refugees, or the safe return of her long-lost brother.

3. Ash and Quill (The Great Library #3)

by Rachel Caine (Goodreads Author)

Words can kill.

Hoarding all the knowledge of the world, the Great Library jealously guards its secrets. But now a group of rebels poses a dangerous threat to its tyranny…

Jess Brightwell and his band of exiles have fled London, only to find themselves imprisoned in Philadelphia, a city led by those who would rather burn books than submit. But Jess and his friends have a bargaining chip: the knowledge to build a machine that will break the Library’s rule.

Their time is running out. To survive, they’ll have to choose to live or die as one, to take the fight to their enemies—and to save the very soul of the Great Library…

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*Disclaimer: All synopsis are provided by Goodreads.

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