These are my top 5 picks for fantasy summer break books for June 2019
Because you gotta do something when the internet is out.
I haven’t read all of them but they do look interesting based on the blurbs and their covers. Give them a chance.
1) The Complete Ella Grey Series by Jane Faith
Books 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the Ella Grey series
Who would have thought Death had a plot of its own?
Not to mention Death needing to use one girl in particular to carry out his plans.
It all weighs on Ella’s shoulders who must find a way around Death’s desires to use her for his morbid work if she wishes to save her long lost brother.
2) Witch Summer Night’s Cream by H.Y. Hanna
3rd book in the urban fantasy series Bewitched by Chocolate Mysteries
A good wholesome clean read.
Who doesn’t love a little bit of mystery to go with their chocolate? Let’s add a little bit of murder and we have the makings of a wonderful evening unraveling all the clues with the main character, a young witch called Caitlyn.
3) Unexpected Stories by Octavia E. Butler
Two never-before-published stories!
Aliens and telepathic beings greet you on these two tales involving valuable lessons and crucial life-changing choices.
4) Heirs of Grace by Tim Pratt
Stand Alone Novel
Did you ever imagine inheriting an old house from some unknown relative? How about large sums of money to go with it?
What if the house contained monsters, cursed items and rooms that put you into mortal peril?
Still want the house?
What if you didn’t know that it contained those things?
Yep. Bekah didn’t and she’s bringing you along to witness her battle against her back stabbing family and a house that will pull out all the stops to end her life. Will Bekah survive?
5) To Catch a Stolen Soul: A Humorous Urban Fantasy Novel by R.L. Naquin
Book 1 of the Djinn Haven Series
Food trucks are awesome. Seriously they are.
Why? Because one, when you’re doing a stake-out you have food and two, nobody would even think twice about you being undercover. Especially the supernatural.
Now if only Kam can make sure the soul stone thief (who is parading around as Death) doesn’t suspect her of any shenanigans then she’ll be able to capture him with ease.
But nothing is ever easy. There’s always a catch and Kam has to snag this guy before he kills another innocent or targets her instead.
Tune in next month, July 2019, for the top 5 fantasy book picks that will involve stories about independence and justice. These stories will be good to read while at your family’s picnic reunion.