If you hadn't noticed, I freaking love books, and there is nothing more I'd love to do with them after than share. There's no theme on todays recommendations, they're simply just books that I have enjoyed reading and would happily read again. Maybe that is the theme. Books I Would Re-Read.
Harry Potter - J.K. Rowling
Harry Potter is one of the most well known series of all time. It's brilliant to think that unknown to us "muggles" there is an entire world right under our noses. This series really brought the entire family together in imagination and love. Characters made us cry when they died, hate them when they did something nasty and swoon when they looked extra tasty in the films. I have found that these books never ever get old and re-reading them is easy.
JK Rowling really did create a world that no one will forget, and everyone will be talking about for years to come. Harry Potter will Never die.
Throne of Glass - Sarah J Maas
Celaena Sardothien is probably my favourite character of all time. I know that's a pretty BIG thing to say but while she is badass and assassin-like, she's also girlie and wonderful. Everything I could only aspire to be as a woman. While I love a lot of female characters Celaena tops the charts.
Throne of Glass and all the other books give me everything I need from a story. Emotions, Actions and Mystery. I loved the first story as it propelled you into the series as well as being perfect for a standalone.
Sarah J Maas created a world every person can love and loose themselves in. I've re-red this book three time and I love it more on every round.
Vampire Academy - Richelle Mead
Rose comes as a close second to my top female character because of the same reasons as Celaena but there's something about her I just don't like. I don't know what it is, but throughout the books there's something nagging at me. I do love her too. This story was so original I couldn't put it down. I read all 6 books in just one week I was that crazy about the series.
I don't know why Vampires have taken over the world but everyone I know seems to love them. This twist on an old tale was just the perfect thing to wet any avid fantasy fan's appetite.
What books would you recommend? Let me know in the comments!