3.

There are so many YA fantasy books, but then I’ll read the summary and reviews and it’s the same plot over and over again.

  • Girl has powers, usually with fire. Girl must hide abilities. Girl exposes abilities either out of choice or accident.
  • Kingdoms are at war. Girl must save world. Girl saves world.
  • Girl is on a mission and isn’t supposed to fall in love. Falls in love, anyway.

I was thinking about branching out from Sarah J. Maas’ world to venture into other fantasy, but it’s so difficult to keep up with multiple major series at once. I want to read everything. Now I’m hearing a bit of controversy surrounding Maas.

I promised a book review, but I’ll just do them by a month-to-month basis.

So far, my January reads are as follows:

  • Wink Poppy Midnight by April G. T
  • Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas
  • Everland by Wendy Spinale

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