Weekly Reading List #133


By Cynthia Ayala

You know I just realized as I signed my name right there that in a few months that’s going to be changing. The last name. Because I’m getting married. Which isn’t really important. It was just a thought that suddenly occurred to me.

Anyway, remember how I said last week to not expect the reviews to be in order of the reading list? Bet you caught onto that huh. I’m starting to really like audiobooks. I listen to them while I type (like right now) and mainly when I’m not doing anything that involves listening to another medium (like playing Kingdom Hearts on the PS4 or watching Netflix/Hulu). When I’m all tucked in bed it’s books that calm me down and lull me to sleep. Wish I could cast my audio books to my Google Home mini, but that only works for books obtained on Google books, not Kindle, Nook, or Overdrive.

So, on that note, check out my latest reading list. Let me know what you think of my selection.

1. Unbreakable (Unblemished #3)

by Sara Ella (Goodreads Author)

Eliyana Ember is stranded in a foreign country in the Third Reflection with no passport, the inability to mirrorwalk, and zero clue where the nearest Thresholds back into the Fourth or Second might lie. Her mind is a haze, her memories vague. She knows a wormhole from the Fourth sent her here. She remembers her mom and baby brother Evan. Makai and Stormy and Joshua . .

Deep down El realizes she must end the Void once and for all. Is there a way to trap the darkness within its current vessel, kill it off completely? To do so would mean sacrificing another soul—the soul of a man Joshua claims is a traitor. But he’s lied to her before, and even El senses Joshua can’t be fully trusted, but one thing is certain . .

The Void must be annihilated. And only the Verity—the light which birthed the darkness—can put an end to that which seeks to kill and destroy.

2. The Smoke Thieves (The Smoke Thieves #1)

by Sally Green

A princess, a traitor, a hunter and a thief. Four teenagers with the fate of the world in their hands. Four nations destined for conflict.

In Brigant, Princess Catherine prepares for a loveless political marriage arranged by her brutal and ambitious father. In Calidor, downtrodden servant March seeks revenge on the prince who betrayed his people. In Pitoria, feckless Edyon steals cheap baubles for cheaper thrills as he drifts from town to town. And in the barren northern territories, thirteen-year-old Tash is running for her life as she plays bait for the gruff demon hunter Gravell.

As alliances shift and shatter, and old certainties are overturned, our four heroes find their past lives transformed and their futures inextricably linked by the unpredictable tides of magic and war. Who will rise and who will fall? And who will claim the ultimate prize?

3. Empress of a Thousand Skies (Empress of a Thousand Skies #1)

by Rhoda Belleza

Crown Princess Rhiannon Ta’an wants vengeance.

The only surviving heir to an ancient Kalusian dynasty, Rhee has spent her life training to destroy the people who killed her family. Now, on the eve of her coronation, the time has finally come for Rhee to claim her throne – and her revenge.

Alyosha is a Wraetan who has risen above his war refugee origins to find fame as the dashing star of a DroneVision show. Despite his popularity, Aly struggles with anti-Wraetan prejudices and the pressure of being perfect in the public eye.

Their paths collide with one brutal act of violence: Rhee is attacked, barely escaping with her life. Aly is blamed for her presumed murder.

The princess and her accused killer are forced to go into hiding – even as a war between planets is waged in Rhee’s name. But soon, Rhee and Aly discover that the assassination attempt is just one part of a sinister plot. Bound together by an evil that only they can stop, the two fugitives must join forces to save the galaxy.

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*Disclaimer: All synopsis are provided by Goodreads

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