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January ’21 | To Read

So, this year I’ve decided that I’m going to be cutting back on my reading challenge a little, choosing to focus on other areas in my life, but I’m still going to be devoting as much time as I have available to reading! It’s still my biggest passion, however, there’s other commitments that I have to make too. Overall, my goal is going to be to read 50 books this year, but I’m not going to add any pressure onto myself to achieve it if it’s unachievable.

1. The Witchling’s Girl by Helena Coggan
In a quiet street far from the river, with an ancient tree growing through its walls and floors, is the House of the Dead. There lives the witchling: healer, midwife and conduit between the world of the living and the world below. A witchling must give up her family and friends and spend her life alone, tending to the sick and carrying the dead down dark tunnels to the underworld.
Haley was born with the gift of death-magic, and at the age of seven her mother abandons her to the witchling to be raised as her successor. But as Haley grows older and learns her craft – as invading armies pass through her town, people are born and die on her floor, and loyalties shift and dissolve around her – she finds it harder and harder to keep her vows and be the perfect and impassive healer.
But if she can’t, it will be her downfall – and that of everyone she’s not supposed to love . . .


2. Blood Metal Bone by Lindsay Cummings
Wrongly accused of her brother’s murder, Sonara’s destiny was to die, sentenced to execution by her own mother. Punished and left for dead, the shadows have cursed her with a second life as a Shadowblood, cast out and hunted by society for her demon-like powers.
Now known as the Devil of the Deadlands, Sonara survives as a thief on the edge of society, fighting for survival on a quest to uncover what really happened to her brother and whether he is even dead at all…


3. The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
Of course I want to be like them. They’re beautiful as blades forged in some divine fire. They will live forever.
And Cardan is even more beautiful than the rest. I hate him more than all the others. I hate him so much that sometimes when I look at him, I can hardly breathe.
Jude was seven when her parents were murdered and she and her two sisters were stolen away to live in the treacherous High Court of Faerie. Ten years later, Jude wants nothing more than to belong there, despite her mortality. But many of the fey despise humans. Especially Prince Cardan, the youngest and wickedest son of the High King.
To win a place at the Court, she must defy him–and face the consequences.
As Jude becomes more deeply embroiled in palace intrigues and deceptions, she discovers her own capacity for trickery and bloodshed. But as betrayal threatens to drown the Courts of Faerie in violence, Jude will need to risk her life in a dangerous alliance to save her sisters, and Faerie itself.


On my Netgalley Shelf:

  • The Witchling’s Girl by Helena Coggan
  • Blood Metal Bone by Lindsay Cummings

In my Audible Library:

  • Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K. Rowling (9h 33m)
  • Ghosting You by Alexander C. Eberhart (10h 13m)
  • Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas (13h 47m)
  • Boyfriend Material by Alexis Hall (13h 11m)
  • Geekerella: A Novel by Ashley Poston (10h 32m)
  • The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling (1h 35m)
  • Geography Club by Brent Hartinger (5h 9m)
  • American Panda by Gloria Chao (7h 32m)
  • Damaged Like Us by Krista and Becca Ritchie (10h 27m)
  • The Child: An Audible Drama by Sebastian Fitzek (6h 55m) 
  • The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith (15h 53m)
  • Twilight by Stephenie Meyer (12h 51m) 

To Review on Readers First:

  • Killer T by Robert Muchamore

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