Yokai!AU where Nishinoya is the village warrior who meets and falls in love with Kitsune!Yaku. Meanwhile, Yaku’s best friend Bakeneko!Kenma has got a crush on the village’s dorky blacksmith with a terrible bedhead (who seems to have fallen for him as well…) (Also I was drowsy midnight or somthing because “くん” is wrongly written ignore it.)
It’s my turn to look back over a year of reading and pick my favorite
books. Apparently I was very into contemporary and fantasy this year. If
you haven’t read these books yet, you should definitely give them a
When the Moon Was Ours by Anna-Marie McLemore
Thomas Dunne || My review
When the Moon Was Ours follows two characters through a story that
has multicultural elements and magical realism, but also has central
LGBT themes—a transgender boy, the best friend he’s falling in love
with, and both of them deciding how they want to define themselves.
To everyone who knows them, best friends Miel and Sam are as strange
as they are inseparable. Roses grow out of Miel’s wrist, and rumors say
that she spilled out of a water tower when she was five. Sam is known
for the moons he paints and hangs in the trees, and for how little
anyone knows about his life before he and his mother moved to town.
But as odd as everyone considers Miel and Sam, even they stay away
from the Bonner girls, four beautiful sisters rumored to be witches. Now
they want the roses that grow from Miel’s skin, convinced that their
scent can make anyone fall in love. And they’re willing to use every
secret Miel has fought to protect to make sure she gives them up.
Perfect Liars by Kimberly Reid
Tu Books || My review
In this YA heist novel, a society girl with a sketchy past leads a crew of juvie kids in using their criminal skills for good.
Andrea Faraday is junior class valedictorian at the exclusive
Woodruff School, where she was voted Most Likely to Do Everything Right.
But looks can be deceiving. When her parents disappear, her life—and
her Perfect Girl charade—begins to crumble, and her scheme to put things
right just takes the situation from bad to so much worse. Pretty soon
she’s struck up the world’s least likely friendship with the juvenile
delinquents at Justice Academy, the last exit on the road to jail—and
the first stop on the way out.
If she were telling it straight, friendship might not be the right
word to describe their alliance, since Drea and her new associates could
not be more different. She’s rich and privileged; they’re broke and,
well, criminal. But Drea’s got a secret: she has more in common with the
juvie kids than they’d ever suspect. When it turns out they share a
common enemy, Drea suggests they join forces to set things right.
Sometimes, to save the day, a good girl’s gotta be bad.
The Memory of Light by Francisco X. Stork
Arthur A. Levine Books || My review
When Vicky Cruz wakes up in the Lakeview Hospital Mental Disorders
ward, she knows one thing: She can’t even commit suicide right. But for
once, a mistake works out well for her, as she meets Mona, the live
wire; Gabriel, the saint; E.M., always angry; and Dr. Desai, a quiet
force. With stories and honesty, kindness and hard work, they push her
to reconsider her life before Lakeview, and offer her an acceptance
she’s never had.
But Vicky’s newfound peace is as fragile as the roses that grow
around the hospital. And when a crisis forces the group to split up,
sending her back to the life that drove her to suicide, Vicky must try
to find the strength to carry on. She may not have it. She doesn’t know.
Inspired in part by the author’s own experience with depression, The
Memory of Light is the rare young adult novel that focuses not on the
events leading up to a suicide attempt, but the recovery from one —
about living when life doesn’t seem worth it, and how we go on anyway.
Sacrifice, the sequel to Serpentine, plunges Skybright into the
terrifying underworld where demons are bred and whisks her up to the
magnificent Mountain of Heavenly Peace where the gods dwell.
Stone is stripped of his immortal status and told to close hell’s breach, which mysteriously remains open, threatening mortals.
Zhen Ni, Skybright’s former mistress and friend, has been wed to the
strange and brutish Master Bei, and finds herself trapped in an opulent
but empty manor. When she discovers half-eaten corpses beneath the
estate, she realizes that Master Bei is not all that he seems.
As Skybright works to free Zhen Ni with the aid of Kai Sen and Stone,
they begin to understand that what is at risk is more far-reaching then
they could ever have fathomed.
A Torch Against the Night by Sabaa Tahir
Razorbill || My review
A Torch Against the Night takes readers into the heart of the Empire
as Laia and Elias fight their way north to liberate Laia’s brother from
the horrors of Kauf Prison. Hunted by Empire soldiers, manipulated by
the Commandant, and haunted by their pasts, Laia and Elias must outfox
their enemies and confront the treacherousness of their own hearts.
In the city of Serra, Helene Aquilla finds herself bound to the will
of the Empire’s twisted new leader, Marcus. When her loyalty is
questioned, Helene finds herself taking on a mission to prove herself—a
mission that might destroy her, instead.
The Smoking Mirror by David Bowles
IFWG Publishing, Inc. || My review
Carol and Johnny Garza are 12-year-old twins whose lives in a small
Texas town are forever changed by their mother’s unexplained
disappearance. Shipped off to relatives in Mexico by their grieving
father, the twins soon learn that their mother is a nagual, a
shapeshifter, and that they have inherited her powers.
In order to rescue her, they will have to descend into the Aztec underworld and face the dangers that await them.
Hey I'm Sarah and what's YOUR favorite song? (I need new music lmao) anyways. I like really anything from classic rock to hip hop. I'm a giant nerd and love comic books. Could I have a D.C. Ship? (Preferably between flash or arrow but really anyone in D.C. Verse) I have short blonde hair, green eyes and freckles. I'm sarcastic and awkward. I play the ukelele and piano and I'm really good with a gun. I wear glasses and I'm 5'4
+ I HATE hypocrites and love long road trips and long sundays where it rains. (Don’t get much of that in cali.) Im actually okay at singing, or so I’ve been TOULD. One of my favorite movies is The Internship and Crazy Stupid Love. Love Star Wars too. It’s hard for me to fall in love and normally it’s with a best friend or something (suck for me lmao). Oh and I’d like a male ship please sorry I didn’t clarify last time. Thank you. I like Gabrielle Aplin rn. You might like her music.
sorry this is it I’m really sorry. I’m good at Coding. Like really good. I have a 172 IQ (im SORRY if this sounds like bragging btw, I really am not) but I’ve been put in juvy for it when I was younger… haha. Hacked into the schools website and changed all my classes and grades in highschool. Ah good times. I’ve been to every one of the untied states and 3 countries, and want to go to a few more. And how are you planning on celebrating Christmas this year?
hey!! thanks for all the info, it really helped! i don’t have like an ultimate fav song but at the moment i really like You Gotta Not and Oops by Little Mix, Rise Up and Cheers to the Fall by Andra Day, Flares by the Script and Mess is Mine by Vance Joy :D I hope you like one of those!! As for Christmas, I’ll probably just have a small family thing (and by small I mean like only 15 members of my family will be there) and I think I’m going to spend some of the day with my boyfriend’s family as well :D I hope you like this!!