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French Literature


French Literature

Jordan's Shelf


Candy Books


Cara Lynn Schultz


Meg Cabot

Angels Fall

Nora Roberts

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Cozy Reads

Sorcery of Thorns

Margaret Rogerson

The Iron Fey series

Julie Kagawa

Dance of Thieves

Mary E. Pearson

The Spiderwick Chronicles

Holly Black & Tony DiTerlizzi

Pride & Prejudice

Jane Austen


Emotional Reads

From Blood and Ash

Jennifer L. Armentrout


A Court of Silver Flames

Sarah J. Maas


Angel series

L. A. Weatherly

Jane Eyre

Charlotte Brontë


Epic Reads

Six of Crows duology

Leigh Bardugo

Throne of Glass series

Sarah J. Maas

The Witcher series

Andrzej Sapkowski

Heroes of Olympus series

Rick Riordan

The Lunar Chronicles series

Marissa Meyer

Darkhunters series

Sherrilyn Kenyon

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Hilarious Reads

Alien series

Gini Koch

Vampire Crush

A. M. Robinson

Agnes and the Hitman

Jennifer Crusie & Bob Mayer

The Wee Free Men

Terry Pratchett


Spooky Reads

Odd Thomas series

Dean Koontz

Phantom of the Opera

Gaston Leroux

French Literature

Kori's Shelf


Candy Books

The Guardian

Nicholas Sparks

Safe Haven

Nicholas Sparks

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Cozy Reads

The Language of Thorns

Leigh Bardugo

Sorcery of Thorns

Margaret Rogerson

Alice's Adventures In Wonderland &Through the Looking Glass

Lewis Carroll


Neil Gaiman


Emotional Reads

A Court of Silver Flames

Sarah J. Maas

The Fault in Our Stars

John Green

Me Before You series

Jojo Moyes


Epic Reads

Throne of Glass / A Court of Thorns and Roses / Crescent City series

Sarah J. Maas

Six of Crows duology

Leigh Bardugo

The Lunar Chronicles series

Marissa Meyer

House of Night series

P. C. and Kristen Cast

Splintered series

A. G. Howard


Hilarious Reads

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Spooky Reads

Ninth House

Leigh Bardugo

Terrifying Tales

Edgar Allan Poe

Candy Book

A book read solely for the sake of (maybe guilty) pleasure rather than for any complex plot, character arcs, or deep hidden meanings. These books are like candy: short, sweet for the sake of being sweet, and they bring happiness at the time of consumption. Hint: most cute romances fall into this category.

Cozy Read

A close cousin to the candy book, cozy reads tend not to be too plot-heavy or action-packed, but they are more focused on characterization. These are the sort of books you can read with a hot drink and get sucked into a realm of comfort, nostalgia, or just plain good vibes. Cozy reads range from comfy romances or mysteries to whimsical fairytales, so long as they leave one feeling . . . cozy.

Emotional Read

These books may be lacking in an overarching plot or simply don't focus as much on one, but they are character-driven emotional rollercoasters meant to explore human complexities, questions about life and love, and emotions in general. Or maybe the author just wants us to have a good cry and we got suckered in.

Epic Read

Buckle up, buttercup, because things are about to get epic. An epic read must contain a killer layered plot, three-dimensional characters with amazing arcs, believable world-building, and action/adventure galore with perhaps some romance or mystery thrown in.

Hilarious Read

Satire? Screwball comedies? Awkward life situations readers are meant to derive humor from? It all goes here. Plot and character complexity may range from two-dimensional for the purpose of satire to quite realistic, but if the biggest takeaway from the book was that you could not stop laughing, it's a hilarious read.

Spooky Read

From old folktales that leave you chilled to Steven King-sized novels that make you want to sleep with the lights on, if it left you afraid of the dark, then it's a spooky read.

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