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Top five Tuesday: Favourite Young Adult Fantasy

Hey Book worms 🙂

Today is Tuesday and that’s means it’s time for TTT but this week is different because I am doing a TOP 5 TUESDAY hosted by Shannah@Bionic Bookworm Blog. I have been following her blog for quite some time and I totally love her BOOKISH content on the blog . So you should definitely hop off to her blog

Top Five Fantasy (Young Adult)

First of all What is Fantasy?
The Fantasy Genre. Events occur outside the ordinary laws that operate within the universe. Magic is central to the fantasy genre.

My Picks


Which Books have you read ?? What do you think of my list ??? Have you read any them ??? Let’s chat in the comments section below….

53 thoughts on “Top five Tuesday: Favourite Young Adult Fantasy

  1. I loved Red Queen and To Kill a Kingdom is on my list but …is Red Queen fantasy or dystopian? Well that’s me splitting hair and not important LOL

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  2. I need to read red queen. I picked up the shape of water a month ago but i wasn’t into it, so i put it aside foranother time. to kill a kingdom and sarah maas’s books now, they’re better than five star reads.

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  3. I’ve read the “Red Queen” series. The first and third are my favourite. The second book was SO frustrating and I skimmed the fourth book. It’s really well done but Aveyard should’ve left it as a trilogy, which was the original plan. I can’t wait to read your thoughts on the first book!

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      1. Hmmm…that’s such a hard call!! If you REALLY need that “oh my gosh it was amazing” book, don’t read this series yet. It’s a worthwhile read in my personal opinion, but it was a struggle near the end. It has fairly high reviews though, so maybe I’m too picky ha-ha!

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  4. I just bought the second book for Red Queen. The first book was not particularly a favourite of mine, cuz i didn’t like the main character too much, but i wanted to find out more about the rebellion, and hopefully the second book will have some cool characters i will like 😀

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  5. ACOMAF is one of my favourites too!
    Got Red Queen, Shape of Water on my list.

    Read TKAK as an arc, so I need to re-read it again

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