Sunday Book Recommendations #9 [Mar 27, 2016]

Hello guys! And welcome back to another SUNDAY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS!!

Sunday Book Recommendations

Sunday Book Recommendations is the weekly meme hosted by Raven @ Dreamy Addictions. This meme focus on recommending you guys some interesting books in which I think are wonderful. It includes recommending a book from three different genres.

Untitled designNumbers (2){FANTASY} The Spook’s Apprentice by Joseph Delaney


Synopsis: Capturing witches. Binding boggarts. Driving away ghosts. For years, Old Gregory has been the Spook for the county, ridding the local villages of evil. Now his time is coming to an end. But who will take over for him? Twenty-nine apprentices have tried some floundered, some fled, some failed to stay alive.

Only Thomas Ward is left. He’s the last hope; the last apprentice.

Can Thomas succeed? Will he learn the difference between a benign witch and a malevolent one? Does the Spook’s warning against girls with pointy shoes include Alice? And what will happen if Thomas accidentally frees Mother Malkin, the most evil witch in the county … ?

  • You have probably heard of this movie, The Seventh Son, a few years ago. Guess what? Chickenbutt It was actually based in this book/series!! Well, if you haven’t heard of both of them, check it out. Magic, witches, monsters, ghosts… This is like Supernatural in the words, people!

Untitled designNumbers (3){SUPERNATURAL} Grave Sight by Charlain Harris

58077Synopsis: Harper Connelly has what you might call a strange job: she finds dead people. She can sense the final location of a person who’s passed, and share their very last moment. The way Harper sees it, she’s providing a service to the dead while bringing some closure to the living — but she’s used to most people treating her like a blood-sucking leech. Traveling with her step-brother, Tolliver, as manager and sometime bodyguard, she’s become an expert at getting in, getting paid, and getting out fast. Because for the living it’s always urgent — even if the dead can wait forever.

At the age of 15, Harper Connelly was struck by lightning, an event that gave her the ability to find the dead and see how they died. Since then, Harper’s scratched out a living selling her services to anyone with a checkbook. It’s not the best life, but it beats the alternative — at least until Harper and her brother Tolliver roll into Sarne, Arkansas and find themselves embroiled in a murder mystery!

  • I really, really like this book. I always have a soft spot for supernatural mystery, thriller-ish, and this book is the perfect match for that! Not only that, I love the relationship between our two main protagonists, who have *cough* some “special” relationships.

Untitled designNumbers (4){ROMANCE} Good by S. Walden

17801215Synopsis: Cadence Miller is a good girl. She just happens to make one terrible mistake her junior year in high school which costs her ten months in juvenile detention. Now a senior, she’s lost everything: her best friend, the trust of her parents, driving privileges, Internet access. It’s a lonely existence.

But there is one bright spot: Mark Connelly, her very cute, very off-limits 28-year-old calculus teacher. She falls hard for him—a ridiculous schoolgirl crush headed nowhere. She can’t help it. He’s the only good thing at Crestview High. She doesn’t expect him to reciprocate her feelings. How inappropriate, right? But he does. And he shows her.

And that’s when her life goes from bad to good.

  • Ah yes, peeps, this is quite a touchy subject. Still I remember tumbled over this book, and fell in love with its teacher-student romance element. A recommendation for those interest in forbidden love… *suggestive eyebrown* XD

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Hope you like this Sunday Book Recommendations! As usual, comment down below what genre you would like me to recommend next week, and also share your recommendations too. 😀

- love xxoo,


9 thoughts on “Sunday Book Recommendations #9 [Mar 27, 2016]

  1. Great Recommendations! I love reading forbidden romance! Yeah, some people aren’t comfortable with student-teacher relationship but I don’t mind reading books with that trope. I’ve already read S. Walden’s other book titled Interim and I totally loved it. So, I think I’ll definitely enjoy “good” too. Have you read Interim yet? if not, then I highly recommend you to read it. 😀

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    1. Aww, thank you! ❤ I really like Dystopian books too. Will definitely go through my read list to see if there are any good dystopian. Have you heard of Perfect Ruin? I recommended it a while ago, and it was a very fascinating book. You should definitely check it out if you haven't! 😀


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