There are sooo many books out there that i LOVED but never got round to reviewing. Most of these are books/series I read before I started blogging and others are books that I just didn’t felt I could do justice/ couldn’t find the words to review it at the time of reading. I do hope to re-read and review these books at some point, but with my ever growing TBR pile, that might take a little while. Have you read many books that you haven’t reviewed?
Top Ten Tuesday is run by Jana over at That Artsy Reader Girl and you should definitely go give her blog some love.
A Darker Shade of Magic
I am definitely due a re-read of this series soon so hopefully that will give me the chance to review them. ADSOM was my first real foray into adult style fantasy and I will forever be grateful to Victoria for inviting me into that world. If you love snarky, kick ass characters, brilliantly rendered worlds and writing to die for, then you should definitely give this series a go.
I adored this series when I read it for the first time and literally flew through the 5 books in a week. Vhalla and Aldrick are my OTP and their romance is just sooo heart wrenching and swoon worthy. Add in a bunch of side characters that I defy you not to fall in love with, my favourite being Jax, and this is one series you shouldn’t miss.
If you want world building to die for and a fresh magic system, as well as kick ass Heroines who have THE BEST sister like bond, an anti-hero I defy you not to fall a little in love with and plenty of twists and turns, well then… this is the series for you.
I tell everyone I know to read this book! De Castells Greatcoats is an all time favourite of mine and I will live and die for Falcio, Kest and Brasti. The sarcasm and wit in these books is off the charts, as well as a group of characters that try their absolute best to do the right thing, even if they F up more often than not.
Rebel of the Sands
Now Amani and Jin are the OTP to rule them all! Man I lived for their scenes together in this series. Add in a lush and vibrant world filled with magical creatures, treachery and some of my all time favourite literary friendships. Fast paced and emotional this series is my comfort read and one I go back to time and time again.
Throne of Glass
I think the sheer amount of books in this series are what puts me off reviewing them. That being said Maas is a master at making a literally squad I will ride or die with. If you want a snarky, witty, completely kick ass heroine/anti-hero, swoon worth romance and some territorial male Fae… well then look no further.
A Court of Thorns and Roses
I actually prefer this series over TOG. I would kill to be part of the Night Court and Rhysand is just *Swoon!*. I love all the relationships in this book whether they are romantic, familial or simply friendship and they never fail to make me a blubbering mess.
I honestly do not remember why I didn’t review this? I think I thought I couldn’t do the book justice and that would make sense because this is one hell of a book. Dark, twisty, with a main character who isn’t the hero everyone wants her to be. I have never read anything like this book, it creeped me out in all the right ways and I am desperately awaiting the sequel.
The Final Empire
This is another series I read before starting my blog and I think that is my main reason for not reviewing. My other reason is that I simply cannot find the words to do it justice. Epic fantasy at its best, with one of the most completely rendered magic system that jumps off the page. It shows the reality of war and I got FAR too invested in the outcomes of our main characters. I still need to read the follow on books but they are high up one my TBR.
I love this series far too much and Captain Carswell Thorne can just come and marry me right now… sorry Cress. Really fun and fresh re-tellings I got swept away along with the Rampion crew. I would love for a follow up series in this world to find out where everyone is now.