The Monday Musts: Servants of Fate by Sarah Fine, Prisoner of Night and Fog by Anne Blankman, and Me Before You by JoJo Moyes
The Monday Musts is a new weekly meme I started and will be doing instead of Music Monday. This way I can combine my love of music to fit better with my book blog.
Thank you to Tonya for making me the above graphic to go with my new meme! <3
I would love for others to join me in doing The Monday Musts! I have included a Linky at the end of my post, so please share your Monday Musts!
It's super easy to do. What is a must read book? What album/song/artist is a must listen? And finally what has caught your eye that is a must see? (Can be ANYTHING. Other blogs, bookish things, pictures, etc.)
This week's MUSTS:
The Servants of Fate series by Sarah Fine! I absolutely LOVED this trilogy! It's Sarah's adult PNR series, but the idea behind the Ferrys and the Kere are so awesome! The Kere are in charge of marking souls for death, while the Ferrys are responsible for sending those souls to their proper final resting place. Each book features a different character/couple, but Fine has seamlessly kept the bigger picture at the forefront. Oh and she is a master at writing the sexy times!
Prisoner of Night and Fog by Anne Blankman
Narrated by: Heather Wilds
Unfortunately, I don't listen to many audiobooks. I am one of those people that has to be able to focus on them, so while I'm at home doing things around the house or even blogging, I just can't concentrate on them. I don't have a long commute to work, so that takes the car out of the equation. The only other time that leaves me to listen to them are at the gym, but that's only 30-40 minutes a day, so I easily forget what was happening.
This is one book that I did get through and OMG I would put my earbuds in every opportunity I could to listen. Heather Wilds did such a good job narrating and I felt this book was even more poignant because of the narration. There were some beautiful scenes, but also some really horrifying ones and to hear that happening over reading... I don't know. It really affected me. It is set during Nazi Germany before WW2, and will definitely be one of those books that stay with you.
So, I will go ahead and confess that I haven't read this book yet, BUT I do know about it. And oh my heart. This movie will probably break me. I love how quirky Emilia Clarke's character is! And Sam Claflin's seems like a grumpy hero which I love. I hope I'll get to read this one soon, as I put it on hold through Overdrive!
What are your Monday Musts?