Happy Sunday Bookish Folk!
As per…this is a late post. When coming’s up with this feature I wasn’t always working Sundays so my apologise for such a late post all the time. I am definitely a spontaneous blogger and I write my posts as I think them. the only drafts I have a templates. I tried scheduling and failed! miserable…
**I have linked the Goodreads Links for your ease…***
Today, while at work, I was wondering what can be my Sundays Seven post and I came up with books debuts. I don’t imagine it is anything overly original and I don’t doubt there are many posts of this across a great many blogs but I don’t care. I like the idea!
So, here be seven debuts, most of which I have read but there may be one, maybe two that I am due to read soon!If you want to check out any more debuts I actually have put together a little Debuts Goodreads List with a few I have found…
On to it…
THE RAGE OF DRAGONS BY Evan Winter
Having recently read this I couldn’t not put this book on the list! It is too good to not get raved about all over the book blogging world.
PROMISE OF BLOOD BY BRIAN MCCLELLAN
I LOVE this book so much, it was my first flintlock fantasy and, in my opinion, it set the bar pretty damned high for others I read.
MALICE BY John Gwynne
My goodness, if you do one thing this year please, please PLEASE read this book! It is soo good and you need to experience Gwynne’s storytelling, writing and the Banished Lands themselves.
STORMBLOOD BY JEREMY SZAL
Now, I haven’t read a lot of Sci-Fi but this book is one of my favourite sci-fi books! It is so incredibly good. Stormblood is such a fascinating and captivating story, and so well thought out.
THE BONE SHARD DAUGHTER BY ANDREA STEWART
The Bone Shard Daughter is an exceptionally good fantasy debut. It has an imaginative world, a unique magic system and some great characters.
THE NAME OF THE WIND BY PATRICK ROTHFUSS
I have only read half of this book, but I can telly the half I have read it so worth the praise it receives from so many! I am so eager to pick this book up and finish it though I am tempted to start from the beginning. I plan to tackle this before the year ends.
The Bear and the Nightingale BY KATHERINE ARDEN
And last but not least The Bear and the Nightingale. I haven’t read this but have recently picked up the audiobook and I am super excited to start it. I have heard such high praise for this and the other books of the trilogy i’m really excited to listen to it.
There you have it, seven books, one for everyday of the week and this week you have the joy of seeing which fantasy debuts I have read or plan to read really soon. As I said above, I have found a good many more so if ou are interest simply click the link up top and have a browse!
Thanks for reading.
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