The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

I apparently can’t choose short books anymore. Everything I’ve picked up lately has either been a book over 700 pages or part of a large series, or truly both. But I love it. The detail and immersion you can get with those types of books or series is truly incredible. My latest read is the first of an unfinished trilogy, and it was a fun read.

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Furyborn by Claire Legrand

You touch me and I burn, and I could take everything burning down with me!

I bought Furyborn a couple months ago, almost on cover alone. I started reading it because I gave my boyfriend a list of titles, and he chose this. But once I started, I didn’t have any interest in stopping. 

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Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Awhile back, I went to Barnes & Noble and asked someone for their recommendations. She gave me a ton of great books, and I have been excited while reading each of them. But when I posted a picture of my books, everyone’s comments were about Six of Crows, a hardcover that I didn’t know anything about. But when I started reading, I understood why so many people were so into it.

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