July 2021 TBR

Sooooo here’s the thing about my July TBR. I only own one of them. Everything else I’m going to have to purchase. I know I said I wanted to read the books I already own, but I’m in such a fantasy mood. And I’ve read a majority of my fantasy. So that’s where I’m at right now. Plus, I’m going on vacation Let’s get into my July 2021 TBR.


Ariadne|Jennifer Saint


Ariadne, Princess of Crete, grows up greeting the dawn from her beautiful dancing floor and listening to her nursemaid’s stories of gods and heroes. But beneath her golden palace echo the ever-present hoofbeats of her brother, the Minotaur, a monster who demands blood sacrifice.

When Theseus, Prince of Athens, arrives to vanquish the beast, Ariadne sees in his green eyes not a threat but an escape. Defying the gods, betraying her family and country, and risking everything for love, Ariadne helps Theseus kill the Minotaur. But will Ariadne’s decision ensure her happy ending? And what of Phaedra, the beloved younger sister she leaves behind?

My July prompt for the Uncorked Librarian Challenge is to read a book set on an island. I figured this would work since she is the princess of Crete. I’ve been putting it off, but now’s the perfect time.


The Well of Ascension

The Well of Ascension|Brandon Sanderson


The impossible has been accomplished. The Lord Ruler — the man who claimed to be god incarnate and brutally ruled the world for a thousand years — has been vanquished. But Kelsier, the hero who masterminded that triumph, is dead too, and now the awesome task of building a new world has been left to his young protégé, Vin, the former street urchin who is now the most powerful Mistborn in the land, and to the idealistic young nobleman she loves.

As Kelsier’s protégé and slayer of the Lord Ruler she is now venerated by a budding new religion, a distinction that makes her intensely uncomfortable. Even more worrying, the mists have begun behaving strangely since the Lord Ruler died, and seem to harbor a strange vaporous entity that haunts her.

Stopping assassins may keep Vin’s Mistborn skills sharp, but it’s the least of her problems. Luthadel, the largest city of the former empire, doesn’t run itself, and Vin and the other members of Kelsier’s crew, who lead the revolution, must learn a whole new set of practical and political skills to help. It certainly won’t get easier with three armies – one of them composed of ferocious giants – now vying to conquer the city, and no sign of the Lord Ruler’s hidden cache of atium, the rarest and most powerful allomantic metal.

I really enjoyed book one and I want to move onto The Well of Ascension. I think book two is going to be even better. It’s my number one priority this month.


The Eye of the world

The Eye of the World|Robert Jordan


The Wheel of Time turns and Ages come and pass, leaving memories that become legend. Legend fades to myth, and even myth is long forgotten when the Age that gave it birth returns again. What was, what will be, and what is, may yet fall under the Shadow.

When The Two Rivers is attacked by Trollocs–a savage tribe of half-men, half-beasts–five villagers flee that night into a world they barely imagined, with new dangers waiting in the shadows and in the light.

I’ve been watching Daniel Greene’s Youtube channel a lot recently, and he raves about The Wheel of Times series. That was enough to convince me that I need to read it.


So that’s my July 2021 tbr. What are you reading this month?

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