“Power means different things to different people. For poets and politicians, words are power. For some, money is power. For most of Earth’s history, weaponry and resources have constituted power. My grandfather always told me—and I believed for many years—that knowledge was power. But the funny thing about power is that no matter what you think it is, or how much you think you have, it’s the people above and all around you who get the final say.”
Have you been asking your friends and local librarian for a good circus read? Are you tired of being recommended The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern? Have you read The Night Circus for the two-hundred-trillion-billionth time because you absolutely can’t find anything else to read?
Well have I got a list for you!
Sprinkled with magical realism, fantasy worlds, and even some heavy life lessons, these circus reads are sure to please. Whether it’s an old family curse to be broken, a life to escape, a mechanical troupe in a world on the verge of war, or even time to take control of your destiny–perhaps you can find it here under the Big Top.