The Assassin’s Blade (Throne of Glass Series, Prequel)

Celaena Sardothien is the heir to the Assassin’s Guild. She owes everything to the assassin leader, Arobynn Hamel.  He taught her everything she knows that she needed to survive.  Arobynn has enemies and so, Celaena is now duty-bound to kill them one by one.  However, one assignment shows the dark side of Arobynn and a dark truth that will change her forever. It may change her life if it does not kill her first.

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Top 10 Halloween Books (2020 Guide)


With Halloween coming up, have you ever wondered what would be the best book to read on Halloween. If you have then this is for you. I have created a top 10 list for the best books to read on Halloween. From everything to horror and suspense to thriller.  This guide will give you everything you need to have the perfect Halloween read. So get cozy because this is going to leave you in goosebumps.

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Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)




With this very slogan, George Orwell again shows the dark side of a corrupting influence of power. With everyone being watched by the Thought Police, every act of betrayal to the Party is discovered. Big Brother and the Party watch for every act of conspiracy. Winston Smith works at the Ministry of Truth, where he finds love with a fellow worker, Julia. Suddenly life is exciting and has new adventures every day. However, Big Brother does not tolerate disloyalties – even if they are in the mind. For everyone with original thoughts, they created Room 101…

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The Fault in Our Stars

This books looks into the life of sixteen-year-old Hazel, a lung cancer patient.  She becomes depressed, no longer wanting to do anything with her life. She now hates meeting new people and doing new things. This causes  her parents to decide that she should attend a cancer support group. No wanting to meet new people, Hazel is reluctant to go to this support group. Soon it becomes clear that it is a good idea  and this is when Hazel meets Augustus Waters. 

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