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Hi everyone!! Today’s YouTube Video, I am showing you all the books I have bought recently! Click the link below and I hope you enjoy! Don’t forget to give the video a big thumbs up and subscribe if you haven’t already, I upload every single Friday. Thank you.


Books mentioned in video:

Throne of Glass Series by Sarah J. Maas
Throne of Glass #1
Crown of Midnight #2
Heir of Fire #3
Queens of Shadows #4
The Assasins Blade #0.5

Ruby Red Trilogy by Kierstin Gier
Ruby Red #1
Sapphire Blue #2
Emerald Green #3

The School for Good and Evil Trilogy by Soman Chainani
The School for Good and Evil #1
A War Without Princes #2

The Winners Trilogy by Marie Rutkoski
The Winners Curse #1
The Winners Crime #2

The Grisha Trilogy by Leigh Bardugo
Shadow and Bone #1
Siege and Storm #2
Ruin and Rising #3

Red Queens War Series by Mark Lawrence
Prince of Fools #1

Broken Empire Series by Mark Lawrence
Emperor of Thorns #3

Daughter of Smoke and Bone Trilogy by Laini Taylor
Daugher of Smoke and Bone #1
Days of Blood and Starlight #2
Dreams of Gods and Monsters #3

Empire of Imagination by Michael Witwer
Court of Nightfall #1 by Karpov Kinrade
House of Ravens #2 by Karpov Kinrade
Half Breed: The White Wolf by Brittant Comeaux
The Box of Souls by Tanya Miranda
Graveyard of Empires by Lincoln Cole
Fire and Blood by Dylan Doose

Dreamscape: Saving Alex by Kirstin Pulioff

“I’d never thought a game could be so complicated”

Alex, a young girl in high school, is frustrated like you wouldn’t believe! Her parents are moving and she does NOT want to. Luckily (I think so anyways) while playing her childhood video game, Dreamscape, she is suddenly swept into the world and is now in the middle of a huge rebellion and everyone claims her as the Golden Hero, the main character in Dreamscape.

I absolutely loved this book. It got straight to the point and had a ton of action and adventure in between the pages and so many twists and turns. This book surprised me in so many ways. This author knows how to weave an action pact story with flawlessly created characters. The characters were endearing, and I rooted for Alex as she struggled through this realm and gain confidence.

There was a point in the book as I was reading where I didn’t want the book to end and that’s when I knew I had to give it 5 stars. I wanted to stay in this fantastical world with Alex and Arrow.

5 out of 5 stars

Thank you Kirstin for sending me a copy to review.


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