If you've been waiting for the next Iron Fey book, look no further, for it has arrived! Meghan's had her happily ever after, but what about the family she's left behind? It's been eleven years since she's taken the Iron Throne and her family has felt the loss. Her mother never speaks her name, and Ethan is ever alone. As if that wasn't bad enough, they have to always move on account of the fey that dog Ethan wherever he goes, fascinated by his Sight. But when he finally finds a friend (who, as you've guessed it is a girl), another thing comes up: a mysterious new breed of fey are attacking half-breeds and other fey! What's going on? The only way to figure it out and save what few friends he has, is to go back to the land of Faerie and coerce his royal sister into helping him find some answers. He then sets out on an adventure reminiscent of those of another pair of guys, but his companion has a secret. Will Ethan allow his feelings for his friend? Who are these weird fey? Find out!
If you loved Halo, you should definitely read the second in the trilogy, Hades. After finally getting rid of Jake Thorn, all is well and peaceful. That is, until one fateful Halloween, when Beth's friends insist, against her wishes, to perform a seance and wakes a demon best left slumbering. Jake is back and he drags Beth down to the one place no one can save her from: Hell. It seems Jake has plans for their union, but meanwhile, Xavier and Beth's family hunt for a way to get her back... before it's too late.
"The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones" by Cassandra Clare
Rating: Excellent! (5)
When Clary Fray goes to the night club Pandemonium with her best friend, she witnesses a murder. A murder no one else can see. Before she knows it, Clary enters the world of Shadowhunters-the demon killers who protect humans-and unearths chilling facts about her own past. Learning her skills with golden-haired Jace, she doesn't know what yet to come is far worse than what has already happened.
Have you read Embraced; Enticed; Hush, Hush; or Unearthly? Then you should probably read Halo. In a ploy to reinstate humanity's trust in itself, Heaven has sent down three angels to watch over Venus Cove, a seemingly random American small town. But when Gabriel, Ivy, and Bethany arive, they notice a strange shift in everyday life: freak accidents, murders, and fires. Bethany must keep her head in the game, but when she meets Xavier Woods, her whole life changes. To fall in love with a human is an incredible sin, and to reveal the existance of angels is even worse; like, cast-from-Heaven bad. With all this stress, another problem arises: the appearance of a troubled English boy by the name of Jake, who seems to have a dark secret. Will Bethany be cast down for her sins? Can she and her family save Venus Cove? Find out today! Read Halo!
In a world where zombies are not only real, but people can make a job out of them, Molly Bartolucci is normal. She's just a ka heka, the most common of Anubis's servants, and she had a normal life. That is, until the night of her sixteenth birthday, when the god of death himself came to her in an Anubis dream and imparted special powers and a message that she would do great things. What does that mean? At first she thought it was a dream, until someone dies at her party... and she brings him back to life! It only gets weirder when her mother's parents, whom she's never met, come to spirit her away to an expensive boarding school for especially (rich) gifted kids. When wierd stuff starts happening at her new school, Molly is in the middle of it. Read Undeadly, the first of the Reaper Diaries, to find out what happens!
Violet is back in the sequel to Embrace. Her love life is far from fixed, for Lincoln always seems to be on mysterious missions with Magda, who Violet knows is after her partner. On top of this, Pheonix has returned with a new kind of weapon at his disposal- one that could easily kill Violet. In a dream, an unknown angel disclosed the knowledge that "a traitor is in thier midst." But who? The race for the Scripture is on, but who will get it? Will she bridge the gap between her and her possible soulmate? Find out in Entice!!
Ethan Wate has been waiting his whole life to get out of Gatlin, the town that is in the middle of nowhere, where everyone knows everybody. His thoughts about leaving vanish, though, when he starts having mysterious dreams about a girl he never met, and dreams turn into reality as she appears in his life. This book is full of romance, mystery, and the supernatural. Highly recommended; you have to read it!
Zara is just a shell of herself when she is shipped up to her grandmother's house in Maine. With her stepfather dead she hasn't been able to be herself because she is overcome with grief. At her new school she tries to fit in but befriends Issie and Devyn, the outcasts. Besides that she is totally drawn to Nick, but Ian, another cut guy, advises her against it. With all that going Zara is just thrilled when she realizes some creepy dude is stalking her. With her friends she tries to figure out what is going on and is drawn into the secret world of Pixies and Weres. This book was very action packed and romantic.
This book was an enchanting tale of forbidden love. Ethan is an ordinary high school boy who is still recovering from his mother's death a year ago. Lena just moved in with her uncle, the town outcast. She is automatically shunned, but Ethan is drawn to her. As he finds out the truth about her he too is drawn into the mystery and adventure of her family. this is one of the best books ever!
The Hollow by Jessica Verday is a great book. It takes place in Sleepy Hollow. And yes, it's the same Sleepy Hollow as in "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow."? Abbey's best friend, Kristen, disappeared a little more than two months ago, and now they're holding her funeral. Abbey has to deal with this, in addition to going back to school. Her only comfort is the cemetery, where she talks to Washington Irving. She meets a boy named Caspian and an old man named Nikolas. They, along with Nicolas's wife Katy, became Abbey's only friends. However Caspian, Nikolas, and Katy are not who they seem to be. Who are they? Read The Hollow to find out.
Vacations From Hell is a great book. It is a collection of five stories about supernatural vacations that make lost luggage and sunburns seem like great vacations. From a teenage witch whose worst enemy is a snobby witch, to a group of tourists who confront the devil is Eastern Europe, this book has a variety of supernatural stories. And only one story involves vampires, so don't make a hatred of Twilight make you skip this great read.
The third installment of the Nightshade series is just as good if not better than the rest. Calla, a guardian that can turn from human to wolf whenever she wants, has to prepare along with Ren and Shay, also guardians for the impending war that will free her and exile the keepers for good. To read this book, you definetly need to read the previous two. If you enjoy a love triangle, this is an enjoyable, light read that will definetly keep your intrest.
Chasing Brooklyn by Lisa Schroeder is a book in verse. It is also a sort of diary, alternating between the point of view of Brooklyn and Nico. Lucca died a year ago. Jackson died six months before that. Now Gabe is dead. Lucca was Brooklyn's boyfriend and Nico's brother. Now, with Gabe dead, they are both being haunted, Brooklyn by Gabe and Nico by Lucca. They must help each other learn to live again while training for a triathlon, which is a big part of their healing. I thought I wouldn't like this book because it is written in verse, but I really enjoyed it. I would definitely recommend this book.
Paranormalcy is an exellent young adult book. The book is about a lonley teenage girl named Evie that lives in a place called International Paranormal Containment Agency or IPCA. As a young girl she was passed on to foster home to foster home with no real family. A woman named Raquel takes her in and she now works as a Bag-and-Tagger. (Meaning she tags the supernatural so none interfere with humans and so humans don't know they coexist)Her Ex-boyfriend is after her, she falls for an adorable shapeshifter, her best friend is a mermaid, and a mysterious supernatural is killing the other paranormals. Will she ever have a normal life as a regular teenage girl?
City of Bones is the best book I have ever read! It tells the story of Jace, a shadowhunter, and Clary, a "mundane" that can see shadowhunters. This book has many unexpected turns that makes the story interesting. The series is addictive!