Recommendations: Myth Retellings

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I’ve just finished binge reading The Kingmaker Chronicles by Amanda Bouchet and it was amazing — series review to come. But one of the reasons I adore the series was the Greek myth elements, which made me think of much I adore myth retellings.

So today I’m going to share with you some of my favourite myth retellings. All these books I have given 4 or 5 stars. I highly recommend them.

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Lit Chat: Speak

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I’m here today with another Lit Chat. This series was inspired by Lauren from Lauren and the Books over on YouTube and the Lit Chat cards created by BookRiot.

Today’s card is Speak

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Beautiful Revolutionary

Beautiful Revolutionary

 

Author: Laura Elizabeth Woollett

Publisher: Scribe

First Published: 30 July  2018

Rating: 5 stars

 

 
“This life is the dawn of revolution and she is ready to meet it in a necklace of thorns, sprouting black feathers, adorned with the reddest roses.”  

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October 2018 Wrap Up

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I am here with September  Wrap Up. This month I read a total of 7 books and 1,841 pages.

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Nonfiction November TBR

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This year marks the fourth year of Nonfiction November, which is a month long quest to read as more nonfiction books than you usually do.

This challenge is hosted by Olive of A Book Olive and Gemma of Non Fic Books over on booktube.

There are four categories that you can use if you’re looking for an extra challenge.

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Autumn Readathon TBR

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The Autumn Readathon is a one-week readathon that’s hosted by one of my favourite booktubers, Mercedes from MercysBookishMusings. This is the readathon’s second year and has prompts based around autumnal themes.

There are four prompts and two bonus prompts. I will say I don’t think I’ll be able to through all of the prompts but it’s still fun to pick a book for each one.

The #Autumnreadathon runs from Saturday 20th to Friday 26th October.

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The Silver Queen

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Author: Josie Jaffrey

First Published: 17 October 2018

Rating: 4.5 stars

 
“It was easy to forget what legends meant when they were enshrined in stories, and that was what the King has always been to most of the guards: a story.”  

 

I will start by saying that I was given an ARC copy in exchange for an honest review. These opinions are my own. Thank you so much to Josie for sending a copy my way!

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