Book Discussion

Book Discussion Sundays- Best Genre?

I think it’s safe to say, that most people have a favorite genre, right? This Sunday we will discuss these genres ^_^!

I LOVE Science Fiction, Fantasy/High Fantasy, and Young Adult (duh!) Here are our favorites in these three genres:

Science Fiction:

rule of thoughts knife of never letting go

Science Fiction rocks our socks because imagining a future like these, in totally mind blowing! Not to mention scary…

Fantasy:

crown of midnight throne of glass 2Β Β the young elites

Fantasy is just awesome because in a world with magic or dragons, what couldn’t happen?

Young Adult:

steelheart hollow city

What are your favorite genres? Let us know in the comments :)! Have a wonderful Sunday every one.

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11 thoughts on “Book Discussion Sundays- Best Genre?

    1. Yay :D! Science Fiction/ Fantasy buddies! I haven’t read too much Historical Fiction but there are some pretty good sounding books under that category πŸ™‚ Do you have a favorite one?

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      1. The His Fair Assassin trilogy by Robin LaFevers was really good. If you like books set during WW2, you can try Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys. And if you’re into books about slavery, you could try Copper Sun by Sharon M. Draper.

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      2. The His fair Assassin book is on my TBR :)! Angelina has read Between Shades of Gray, she liked it, sounds very sad :*( thanks for the recommendations :)!!

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  1. Gee, whenever I try to really pin down a favorite genre, I get stuck. πŸ˜€ What I’m most into seems to fluctuate with time, but I think it’s at least safe to say that I get a real kick out of older books, from, say, the 1970s on back into other centuries.

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  2. Definitely SciFi and fantasy, specifically DARK fantasy (omfggggg~), but probably even more so: speculative fiction! ^_^ And if it’s got any QUILTBAG (lgbtquia) themes as major or minor aspects, I’m sure to love it even more! πŸ˜€ Secondary favourite genres include horror and historical fiction.

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