May 2015 Monthly Reads

It’s May!!

This month, I found what looks like very powerful reads. If you are fans of The Fault in Our Stars then these may be perfect for you.  I have not read any of these yet, but I have already bought one of these which is currently on its way to my house.  I hope to get to these in May since summer vacation is right around the corner!  They sound like they may have all-the-feels, and have also received raving reviews from the fellow book community. Book Pictures3


1. End of Days (Penryn & End of Days #3) by Susan Ee

End of Days by Susan Ee
End of Days by Susan Ee

– Young Adult Fantasy/Apocalyptic/Romance

– This book is the conclusion of the End of Days trilogy.  I do not want to spoil this so if you want to know more about the series, click HERE to go to my review of Angelfall (Penryn & End of Days #1) 🙂  If you like stories about angels and post-apocalyptic worlds with a little bit of somewhat-disturbing scenes then this is a must!  I gave Angelfall 4/5 stars.

– 334 Pages

– Available 12 May 2015!


2. Red Queen (Red Queen #1) by Victoria Aveyard

Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

– Young Adult Fantasy

– This book is about a girl named Mare Barrow who lives in a world separated into the Reds and the Silvers.  The Reds are the poor community who are ruled by the warrior-elite Silvers.  Mare is a Red who may just be a great danger to the Silvers…

– 320 Pages

– Out now!


3. Hope and Other Luxuries: A Mother’s Life with a Daughter’s Anorexia by Clare B. Dunkle

Hope and Other Luxuries by Clare B. Dunkle
Hope and Other Luxuries by Clare B. Dunkle

– Adult Memoir

– This book is like the title says, a mother’s life while struggling with a daughter who is battling anorexia.  The story goes through the hardships and is guaranteed to give you all the feels.  It has very high reviews on many book sites.  If this book looks interesting then you should also take a look at her daughter’s point of view in Elena Vanishing

– 560 Pages

– Available 19 May 2015!


4. All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

– Young Adult Contemporary

– This book is about Theodore Finch who is battling with contemplating suicide and depression issues.  Violet is optimistic and is struggling with her sister’s recent death. When the two meet, they do not know who saves whom…

– 388 Pages

– Out now!


5. Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley

Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley
Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley

– Young Adult Fantasy

– What do you do when air is deadly?  Aza Ray struggles with a mysterious lung disease that makes living nearly impossible.  The air we need to live is killing her…

– 320 Pages

– Out now!


As I mentioned before, some of these books seem extremely captivating.  There are hundreds of reviews for each of these that make me want to read them NOW!  I hope to read these ASAP.  Ugh TBR piles… They just keep growing! …the struggle is real…

Hope y’all find these as awesome as I have.  Let me know if you have read any of these and what your thoughts were in the comments below!

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Happy reading everyone!!

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