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?

Passenger by Alexandra Bracken


I was engrossed in this book and I can’t wait to see what happens next!

Etta’s life revolved around her debut as a violin prodigy — but things changed when she was attacked and dragged through time to a ship in 1776. Family history and actual history took center stage and Etta had to piece everything together as a captive of her newly-discovered grandfather, a time patriarch concerned with getting something called an astrolabe back to continue living in wealth.

Etta hunts for the astrolabe to save her captured mother, but the more she jumps through time the more unprepared she feels for saving everything at stake.

It’s hard to say more without spoilers, but you can read my review here, and jump on board before the sequel comes out in January!



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