RECOMMENDATIONS FOR YOUR HOGWARTS HOUSE

Hey guys, today  I am unsurprisingly coming at you with a new recommendations post! Today, I’m recommending books based off of the Hogwarts houses: Slytherin, Gryffindor, Ravenclaw & Slytherin. Personally, I don’t know what Hogwarts house I would be in. I’ve always seen myself as a Hufflepuff because I value loyalty above most things, but according to my family, I am very much a Slytherin. So I honestly have n idea. I am definitely not a Ravenclaw or Gryffindor, what do you guys think my house would be?

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catsThe Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo   I Hate Fairyland, Vol. 1: Madly Ever After   Stalking Jack the Ripper (Stalking Jack the Ripper #1)   Caraval (Caraval, #1)

THE SEVEN HUSBANDS OF EVELYN HUGO

This is a total Slytherin book, it’s not even a question. Evelyn Hugo is the ultimate Slytherin. She literally embodies every part of a Slytherin, she is: ambitious, shrewd, cunning, a strong leader, and achievement-oriented. Much like a Slytherin, this is a really intricate and smart book and I cannot recommend enough.

I HATE FAIRYLAND

The main character in this comic series is pretty much the total opposite of Evelyn Hugo. She is also a totally morally grey character but she’s also a 30 something-year-old serial killer locked in the body of a 5 year old. She’s a total Slytherin and couldn’t be described as anything else, she is brutal and does what she needs to do to get what she wants.

STALKING JACK THE RIPPER

I would describe the characters in this book as more Ravenclaw types but,  I would describe this book as Slytherin, it just has that whole vibe going on. This series is smart and full of gory murder mysteries. It has a whole dangerous intelligence vibe going for it and I love it. The book just feels Slytherin. It is smart and embodies all of the characteristics of a Slytherin; ambition, cunning and the mc is nothing if not achievement-oriented.

CARAVAL

This book is incredibly smart. There are so many twists and turns and I love it. By the time you finish reeling from one twist, there is another one. This is a really fun book full of amazing descriptions and a really smart and cunning plot lines.

Gryffindor

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DREADNOUGHT

The mc in this book has to be a Gryffindor, there’s no other explanation. Danny ends up becoming a superhero at the start of this book and in true superhero fashion, saves the world by kicking ass and taking names. She proves her bravery by standing up to certain people and fighting for what she believes in. Danny is the total embodiment of a Gryffindor and even though I usually think that Gryffindors are too headstrong, I think that Danny has her head screwed on properly most of the time.

INVICTUS

Invictus follows a crew of time travellers and if I’m honest each of them individually fits into a different Hogwarts house. But, the main, main character of the story is definitely a Gryffindor. He’s a natural born leader and he’s brave to the point of stupidity at times, which I guess you could call daring nerve.

STEELHEART

Again with the superheroes! Well, actually the “supers” are the bad guys, and instead, everyone else is living in a horrible world. So, this book trilogy focuses on the rebels who basically want to save everyone from supers. So, basically, good luck guys. They have this huge challenge in front of them and of course, they’re going to face it head-on.

THE GOLDEN DOOR

This is one of my favourite books from my childhood that I still read to this day so of course, I had to include it. That being said, it is a perfect fit for this category. The main character in this novel is a total Gryffindor, the main character in this series goes into an unknown land to save his family. This is a series full of crazy creatures, interesting plots and very brave characters. Very Gryffindor.

Hufflepuff

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catsQueens of Geek   The Screaming Staircase (Lockwood & Co., #1)   A Wrinkle in Time   Lumberjanes, Vol. 1: Beware the Kitten Holy

I also recommended some books for Hufflepuffs on my blog last year if you want more recommendations for some possible new favourite reads!

QUEENS OF GEEK

OKay, so I don’t really know where the characters in this book would categorise. But, I do know that when I read this one earlier this year it just felt Hufflepuff. It’s cute af and just made me happy while I was reading it. The characters are adorable and the plot is fun and somewhat relatable. I couldn’t recommend it enough for anyone who is super nerdy and loves YA contemporary.

LOCKWOOD & CO.

I guess you could try and tell me that Lockwood fits in with Gryffindor and honestly, I’d understand but for me, he’s a Hufflepuff. I mean does Lockwood himself not embody everything it means to be a Hufflepuff? Hard work, dedication, patience and loyalty. I mean, this guy literally started his own company and if that doesn’t display all of those qualities then I don’t know what does. I love this guy, he will do whatever he has to, to help his friends and I love that in an mc.

A WRINKLE IN TIME

A Wrinkle in Time just makes me feel happy. Whenever I pick this one up I just get that nostalgia feel, much like I do whenever I pick up The Philosopher’s Stone. This story focuses on friendship and family and if that isn’t Hufflepuff I don’t know what is.

LUMBERJANES

MORE FRIENDSHIP?? Yep! This is such a fun, feel-good adventure series which also focuses on friendship and love and I want everyone to read it. It makes my heart happy whenever I read it. It’s ridiculous and it’s fantasy but somehow because of its diversity of sexuality and race and character personality, it just feels real. I honestly love this series and I wish my library would hurry up and get the rest of the series!

Ravenclaw

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catsFaithful   The Martian   My Lady Jane   Batman: Nightwalker (DC Icons, #2)

FAITHFUL

This is a recent read for me and if I’m honest I didn’t even want to read this because I thought it would totally hate it. Low and behold I loved this book! The main character isn’t your typical Ravenclaw, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t one.  The mc, Shelby has street smarts. She is also really intelligent and accepting, two big traits for Ravenclaws. But, I think that often street smarts are more important than book smarts, so I wanted to chuck some of that rep in this post!

THE MARTIAN

This book is smart. There is no other way to put it. The main character gets stranded on Mars and has to figure out how to survive, plus he’s a botanist so like??? How could he possibly survive???

I love this book so much. To me, it feels like a book a Ravenclaw would love, either to absolutely destroy because do you even science?? Or to love because hey, for once someone speaks my language!

MY LADY JANE

A book about a main character who would rather read a book than interacting with real people. I love her and would die for her. She is intelligent, she has a quick wit, she is an individual and she is very accepting. Jane is pretty much a sot on perfect Ravenclaw and I feel like more people need to pick this book up.

BATMAN: NIGHTWALKER

Unpopular opinion but I really enjoyed this book! I loved how Marie Lu wrote Bruce in this book, it really showed off the detective side of this character. You could definitely argue that he is any of the houses, except for Hufflepuff but honestly, I think his wit and intelligence is such a big part of his character that I think, without a doubt, it’s what makes him a Ravenclaw.

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Graphic Novel Recommendations

Hey guys, today I am coming at you with some new recommendations, and this time I’m talking about graphic novels! I feel like this is very much overdue because I do read graphic novels but I rarely talk about them!

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YOU SHOULD READ THESE GRAPHIC NOVELS!

graphicA Wrinkle in Time: The Graphic Novel Lumberjanes, Vol. 1: Beware the Kitten Holy Scott Pilgrim, Volume 1: Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life The Mystery Boxes (Explorer, #1) The Stonekeeper (Amulet, #1) Seconds

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GRAPHIC NOVELS I WANT TO READ

GRAPHIC GRAPHIC NOVELS NOI kill giants Check, Please!: # Hockey Everyone's a Aliebn When Ur a Aliebn Too

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DO YOU PREFER BOOKS OR GRAPHIC NOVELS?

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If You Liked This… You’ll Like This [MOVIE EDITION]

Hey guys, today I’m coming at you with a twist on book recommendations, today I will be using movies to explain books to you guys! I haven’t done one of these types f posts in a while so I hope you guys all enjoy!

Remember to click on the cover to go to the Goodreads or IMDb pages!

SO, WITHOUT FURTHER ADO…

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Milo and Lazlo, at least in the beginning of STD (ugh, that acronym) are basically the same character and while I don’t care for the book, reading about Lazlo at the beginning of the book was an awesome experience and really made me appreciate him.

I pretty much always associated these two from the moment I started reading STrange The Dreamer, both Lazlo and Milo are smart cookies and both are bookworms which is always fun to read from the perspective of!

You can read my review of Strange The Dreamer here!

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SPIES!

I LOVE SPIES!

The spying is super unrealistic of course but, you know what? It’s also super fun and the main characters are also really strong, smart and sarcastic (oh my god, alliteration, I love me rn) which is my favourite combination ever!

The main characters and their personalities and the situations they get into really make the stories for me and I could not recommend either of these enough!

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I mean… I’m recommending something in reference to Scooby-Doo, doesn’t that tell you all how good this is?

Fantasy + mystery + buddy crime solving

These movies are brilliant and this book series is such a fun experience, no matter who you are or what age group you usually read from.

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I really love both of these stories and I know I will re-read and re-watch these stories again in the next year or two. These are both adult and both focus o the mc and their life while also giving the mc some perspective on their family life and where they’re going wrong.

What I love most about the main characters is that they are in no way perfect They make mistakes and have shitty family relationships and they’re not fine but, they’re still pulling through.

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If you were anywhere near a bookish platform like BookTube or Goodreads around 2012 then you definitely know about these books. You could not have avoided them around that time. Obsidian is pretty much Twilight, but with aliens and I don’t hate it. It’s great for readathons or if you’re in a crappy mood and you just want something simple that won’t take too much brain power to get through.

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MY FAVOURITE FEMALE AUTHORS

Hey guys, today I’m coming at you with a short but sweet post inspired by International Womens day a few weeks ago! Today, I won’t be talking to you guys so much, but I will be showcasing some of my favourite covers of books written by women – I’ve tried to keep them pretty recent, but some are backlist books!

Remember, either the book covers or the words in red will take you to the GoodReads pages!

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YOU GUYS HAVE GOT TO CHECK OUT THESE AMAZING WOMEN!

GIRLSQueens of Geek   Truly Devious (Truly Devious, #1)   Wild Beauty   Zenith (The Androma Saga #1)   Lost Boy   Strange the Dreamer (Strange the Dreamer #1)

GIRLSInvictus   Stalking Jack the Ripper (Stalking Jack the Ripper #1)   Beneath the Sugar Sky (Wayward Children, #3)   The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding (The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding #1)   Lumberjanes, Vol. 1: Beware the Kitten Holy   Everything Leads to You

BOOKS WRITTEN BY WOMEN (STILL) ON MY TBR

GIRLSBrooding YA Hero: Becoming a Main Character (Almost) as Awesome as Me   Fallout (Lois Lane, #1)   The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo   Ask Me About My Uterus: A Quest to Make Doctors Believe in Women's Pain   The Queen of Hearts   The Wicked Cometh

CARRIE ANN DIRISIO / GWENDA BOND / TAYLOR JENKINS REID / ABBY NORMAN / KIMMERY MARTIN / LAURA CARLIN

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5 BOOKS I WILL NEVER SHUT UP ABOUT AND WISH EVERYONE WOULD READ | is anyone surprised?

Hi Guys, I’m a nerd and I obsess over things. But what’s new?

So, I’ve noticed this year that I tend to talk about some of the same books quite frequently, so today I’m talking about those books in the hopes that you guys will get the hint that I want you guys to read them and that I might finally start talking about some different books (take your bets on how long that will last).

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Stalking Jack the Ripper (Stalking Jack the Ripper #1)STALKING JACK THE RIPPER – KERRI MANISCALCO

😮 😮 😮 What?? But, Ellyn you never talk about this series. Yeah, no.  IS ANYONE EVEN SURPRISED AT THIS POINT??????

Have I actually written a blog post this year where I didn’t mention this series in some capacity?

I read book 1 of this series last year and really enjoyed it but never got around to continuing the series. And then I was on vacation and I randomly decided to put the audiobook for book 2 on while I was obsessively doing word searches AND YOU GUYS THIS BOOK SERIES HAS DONE SOMETHING TO ME. I ended up finishing the audiobook in 2 days (it wasn’t even on double speed what) and then re-listening to the first book and then immediately re-listening to book 2. I don’t think I’ve ever done that in my life.

I am now obsessed with Jack The Ripper, murder mysteries and I’m pretty sure I think about this series every day. This is a fantastically gruesome series full of complex murder mysteries and one of my favourite MCs I’ve ever read from.

 

Every Heart a Doorway (Wayward Children, #1)

EVERY HEART A DOORWAY – SEANAN MCGUIRE

Okay, so recently I’ve been noticing that I’ve been talking about this series a lot lately since book 3 came out last month. But, since then I have also noticed that there is a substantial amount of people that don’t really dig the series.

What I would recommend with this series is for you guys to learn about the series. All the books are diverse and all dramatically different to each other.

Book 1: Every Heart A Doorway – A murder mystery

Book 2: Down Among The Sticks and Bones – Gothic, Dracula meets Frankenstein; character based

Book 3: Beneath The Sugar Sky – The action-adventure everyone seems to be expecting from book 1; a fun and colourful adventure

 

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

SIMON VS. THE HOMOSAPIEN’S AGENDA – BECKY ALBERTALLI

Finally a fun contemporary with no murder or gore!

Simon is such a fun book, really easy to read in a couple of hours. There will also be a movie (Love, Simon) coming out around March, though for some countries it might come out months later, unfortunately.

Personally, I much prefer a murder mystery over a contemporary but Simon Vs really defies my expectations. It is a bunch of fun and I find that it really goes into questions like why don’t straight people have to come out which I really enjoy. Also, Simon and Bue are really forking adorable.

 

Lost Boy

LOST BOY – CHRISTINA HENRY

YES, LOST BOY IS BACK AND I REGRET NOTHING. It’s been about a month since I talked about this and I figured it was about time I gushed about it again.

I never cared about Peter Pan and never thought I would and then this book, this bloody book. Lost Boy got to me, you guys. Like, I said, I’ve never cared about Pan but then I read this book and suddenly all I think about is how Pan got to Neverland, and why cant Hook leave and how the hell was Neverland even created. Honestly, I’m seriously debating just studying the hell out of this world and just going full out lit major on the original classic.

Also, we all know this by now, but dark books are my jam.

 

Invictus

INVICTUS – RYAN GRAUDIN

I don’t often read books about time travel because for my past experience with these types of books, there’s usually very minimal actual time travel (excluding The Time Traveller’s Wife – though I haven’t finished that yet, so don’t @ me). So, I love this book, more so because it has a really fun and unique cast of characters but also because the main focus is, you guessed it… TIME TRAVEL, YOU GUYS WHAT.

I honestly, wasn’t sure about this one and I wasn’t even going to pick it up but damn, am I glad I went out on a limb and picked it up. Invictus really made me get back into YA towards the end of last year and really made me want to pick up some more time travel books.

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Contemporary Recommendations!

Hey guys, today I’m coming at you with some new contemporary recommendations. I tried to make each a bit different in tone and story because I know that for me, at least, sometimes contemporaries all feel the same. 

Remember, if it’s in red it’s a link!

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Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe (Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, #1)

ARISTOTLE AND DANTE DISCOVER THE SECRETS OF THE UNIVERSE

Dante can swim. Ari can’t. Dante is articulate and self-assured. Ari has a hard time with words and suffers from self-doubt. Dante gets lost in poetry and art. Ari gets lost in thoughts of his older brother who is in prison. Dante is fair skinned. Ari’s features are much darker. It seems that a boy like Dante, with his open and unique perspective on life, would be the last person to break down the walls that Ari has built around himself.

But against all odds, when Ari and Dante meet, they develop a special bond that will teach them the most important truths of their lives, and help define the people they want to be. But there are big hurdles in their way, and only by believing in each other―and the power of their friendship―can Ari and Dante emerge stronger on the other side.

Queens of Geek

QUEENS OF GEEK

Three friends, two love stories, one convention: this fun, feminist love letter to geek culture is all about fandom, friendship, and finding the courage to be yourself.

Charlie likes to stand out. She’s a vlogger and actress promoting her first movie at SupaCon, and this is her chance to show fans she’s over her public breakup with co-star Reese Ryan. When internet-famous cool-girl actress Alyssa Huntington arrives as a surprise guest, it seems Charlie’s long-time crush on her isn’t as one-sided as she thought.

Taylor likes to blend in. Her brain is wired differently, making her fear change. And there’s one thing in her life she knows will never change: her friendship with her best guy friend Jamie—no matter how much she may secretly want it to. But when she hears about a fan contest for her favourite fandom, she starts to rethink her rules on playing it safe.

Everything Leads to You

EVERYTHING LEADS TO YOU

Just out of high school, Emi Price is a talented young set designer already beginning to thrive in the L.A. film scene. But her artistic eye has failed her in one key area: helping her to design a love life that’s more than make-believe. Then she finds a mysterious letter at an estate sale, and it sends her chasing down the loose ends of a movie icon’s hidden life. And along the way, she finds Ava, and at long last, Emi’s own hidden life begins to bloom.

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

SIMON VS THE HOMO SAPIENS AGENDA

Sixteen-year-old and not-so-openly gay Simon Spier prefers to save his drama for the school musical. But when an email falls into the wrong hands, his secret is at risk of being thrust into the spotlight. Now Simon is actually being blackmailed: if he doesn’t play wingman for class clown Martin, his sexual identity will become everyone’s business. Worse, the privacy of Blue, the pen name of the boy he’s been emailing, will be compromised.

With some messy dynamics emerging in his once tight-knit group of friends, and his email correspondence with Blue growing more flirtatious every day, Simon’s junior year has suddenly gotten all kinds of complicated. Now, change-averse Simon has to find a way to step out of his comfort zone before he’s pushed out—without alienating his friends, compromising himself, or fumbling a shot at happiness with the most confusing, adorable guy he’s never met.

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MIDDLE-GRADE IS NOT JUST FOR KIDS | I recommend all the books

Hey guys, today I’m coming at you (finally) with some more recommendations, this time starring middle-grade novels! Recommendations posts are some of my favourites to write and lately, I’ve been feeling like reading some more middle-grade, though I honestly can’t think of any I might like to read, so I figured recommending some might give me an idea or two.

Remember, if it’s in red, it’s a link!

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The Forests of Silence (Deltora Quest #1)

DELTORA QUEST – EMILY RODDA

Okay, so this is a fantastic series (that being said, I’ve only read book 1). It’s basically an Australian modern children’s classic and it’s not hard to figure out why. This series also has a tv show based closely on it which is suitable for young children and still fun for adults to watch. It’s a fun but long series, it’s very original (like all of Rodda’s books) and all the novels are all really short, under 150 pages each.

Deltora Quest is a fun and extremely unique series for all ages – great for getting young kids into reading.

 

The Golden Door (The Three Doors Trilogy #1)

THE THREE DOORS TRILOGY – EMILY RODDA

More Emily Rodda? Hell yeah! She’s the queen of middle-grade.

This is one of my top 3 series of all time. Like, Deltora Quest this trilogy is incredibly original. Rodda creates the most fantastic and intricate world, they’re so complex and her characters all so different – I honestly don’t understand why more people haven’t read this.

Honestly, I will never get sick of this series – it is just too good! Rodda just knows how to create a series that will have you on the edge of your seat!

 

Stormbreaker (Alex Rider, #1)

ALEX RIDER – ANTHONY HOROWITZ

Even though I am almost 18 years old I still love this series. Is that sad? I hope not, these are really cleverly put together spy series.

Alex Rider is a super smart spy series, I’m currently re-reading it and I’m seriously loving it even though I’m no longer an 11 year old child, but hey, there’s a reason why Horowitz has had so many of his book published.

Alex Rider is basically a young James Bond, just less sexist. Murder? Mystery? Spies? This stuff is my jam.

 

The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #1)

PERCY JACKSON – RICK RIORDAN

Do I even need to say anything?

  • Mythology.
  • Rick Riordan’s writing.
  • Hilarious MC.
  • You will learn while you read, and not even notice that you have suddenly accumulated all this knowledge about Greek mythology.
  • Easily re-readable.

 

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (Harry Potter #1)

HARRY POTTER – J. K. ROWLING

I’ll be honest, I’m starting to go off this series. I still love Harry Potter and I will always love Harry Potter. But, I have slowly but surely been falling out of love with J. K. Rowling as a person and in the last year or two, the penny finally dropped.

She has supported the casting of an abuser and has not written Dumbledore being gay into the Fantastic Beasts 2 storyline. And, she’s done a whole lot of other things over the years but these things really tipped the scale and honestly, I don’t even understand the point in trying to support her anymore.

I love Harry Potter, it is basically my childhood, I love how intricate the series is and how much I feel at home when I listen to the audiobooks. But, that doesn’t mean I support Rowling as an author.

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The Stonekeeper (Amulet, #1)

AMULET – KAZU KIBUISHI

This is a really fun, easy to read graphic novel series. The mc is a bit meh but the adventure parts of the series and the plot of the series is what really makes it for me, and for a lot of other people I think.

The first 2 graphic novels are reasonably meh but as the series progresses the plot really picks up and becomes a lot of fun! This, like so many of the recommendations on this list is suitable for all ages, though I think it depends on everyone’s genre preferences. I certainly don’t think I would enjoy it as much now, as I did when I was 15 purely because I enjoy different types of stories these days.

 

The Deep: Here Be Dragons

THE DEEP – TOM TAYLOR

This is what I love about middle-grade: family.

I really enjoyed this comic, it’s about a family of aquanauts who explore the Ocean and who are looking for Atlantis. This is a really fun, lighthearted and interesting comic full of family. This is a really short duology with a great art style and I really do recommend it.

Also, power to Australian comics.

 

Anya's Ghost

ANYA’S GHOST – VERA BROSGOL

This is a great graphic novel and I really wish more people would read this. This is a really important graphic novel – it’s about friendship and fitting in. It’s relatable for anyone who doesn’t fit in. It’s mildly spooky and somewhat predictable.

It’s short and not the best thing you’ll ever read but it packs a punch. It’s a slightly spooky but cute and colourful graphic novel. I definitely, recommend this for a readathon or for around Halloween time.

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