1. Saga Volume One
A brilliant fantasy graphic novel. The two main characters are Alana and Marko who hail from two waring planets. Alana is from Landfall and Marko is from Wreath - a satellite of Landfall - who wield magic. The two meet on Cleave, another planet, where Alana is assigned to guard Marko who is currently a P.O.W. Love ensues and a child is born. They are then chased around the galaxy and 'Saga details all their adventures.
The art is amazing and I love the diversity of the world. There are so many bizarre characters!
2. Seconds by Brian Lee O'Malley.
This is illustrated by the chap who did the Scott Pilgrim graphic novels which is pretty damn cool. The basic idea is that when you change one aspect of your life it has repercussions later on. The main character, Katie, finds a mushroom and note pad in which she writes what she wants to change then ingests the mushroom. She wakes up to find that what she asked for has been granted but it doesn't always work out.
I really enjoyed this. I'm pretty sure I read it in one sitting.
3. Heir of Fire by Sarah J Maas.
I've fangirled about this previously in my review (here). The third book in the Throne of Glass series, simply phenomenal.
4. Assassin's Blade by Sarah J Maas.
The novella's to the Throne of Glass Series. I wouldn't recommend reading these first, but after the first novel 'Throne of Glass' I think they'd provide a lot of great back story to Celaena.
5. The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockhart.
Basically, the book for young feminists. I also fangirled here.
6. The Here and Now by Anne Brashares.
Basic plot. In the future there was a plague that killed millions. These people have gone back in time to escape this but are forbidden to have any real connections to the people of that time. Failure to obey this rule means very strict punishment... like solitary confinement/death. Prenna disobeys these rules and falls in love with a human from that time that helps her uncover the cause of this blood plague carried by mosquitos. Hilarity and feels ensue.
I liked this but it took a little bit of time to get into as I felt like the beginning was somewhat slow however the end totally made up for the slow start!
7. Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira.
Beautiful! This was such a lovely read. Laurel is asked to write a letter to a dead person as an english assignment. Highly feelsy considering Laurel's sister May has just died. These letters to multiple dead people detail how Laurel copes with losing her sister and how she gains new friends.
What did you read in June?