Books I’m Thankful For

Well isn’t that a hard list to whittle down?! I’m jumping on the thankful for books bandwagon because really, can you thank books enough? I think not.

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I have accepted the fact that the only way I’m going to know how this story ends is via the tv show. I still have to thank GRRM though for getting me into epic fantasy. This one series has lead me to so many wonderful books that it would be supremely rude to ignore it just because I’m bitter that the next book still isn’t out.

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This isn’t the first Chuck Palahniuk book I read, but it is my favorite. The wonderful world of Palahniuk can’t be described, it can only be experienced.

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The first book in the series is not my favorite BUT this series is my absolute favorite Urban Fantasy world. This was also my introduction to the Ilona Andrews world and that is not something this girl regrets.

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From the start to finish, this is an excellent trilogy. It was also my introduction to Brandon Sanderson and he’s now on my Must Read Everything By This Author list.

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I am thankful for this book for it’s ability to be both wonderful fantasy and light, fluffy fun. The fact that it hardcore reminds me of World of Warcraft helps too.

Well that’s my list book fiends! What books are you most thankful for??

10 thoughts on “Books I’m Thankful For

      1. Well, I recommend most people just pretend Dune is a standalone and forget the rest. The sequels are for hardcore fans only and the prequels by Baby Herbert and KJA aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on šŸ™‚

        So thankgoodness for a standalone like Dune šŸ˜‰

    1. I think you would really dig Kings of the Wyld. There are a LOT of band references in it along with a good plot line, fun characters and great world building. If I recommend you read ANY book, it would be that one.

  1. Ah, this is a cool idea for a post! šŸ™‚ I like your selection. ASOIAF definitely makes the list for me as well, along with The Last Unicorn, all the different mythical creature-related books I read growing up would make the list, too.

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