What to read again:

Ever since Harry Potter I’ve enjoyed re-reading the previous books in a series before the next one comes out. You get to soak up all the nuances and speculate about what’s going to happen next—it just makes the whole experience richer and more fun! What am I going to start re-reading?

The Girl at Midnight by Melissa Grey

Girl at Midnight

This book is so much fun! It’s like a lighter version of the Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy. There are hilarious friendships, tenuous alliances, and dangerous quests as Echo hunts down the Firebird–the one power that might stop a centuries-old war between the Avicen (bird) and Drakharin (dragon) people.  I really connected with these characters–the best part being that the side characters were cardboard holding up the plot. Normally debut novels are a bit rocky for me, especially in terms of character development, but that wasn’t the case this time. (See my review here). Definitely a fun read that kept my attention–I’ve been eagerly awaiting the next book for what feels like forever! Read this before the sequel comes out next month!



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