Coiled by H.L. Burke. A creative premise and such a sweet romance!
Coiled, by H.L. Burke.
Bethany A. Jennings
D'Aulaires' Book of Norse Myths
It's interesting to see how C. S. Lewis, who in some ways wanted mythology to be not only redeemed (as you see in Narnia), but TRUE, plays with mythology in his Space Trilogy. I'd only recommend the first two--but I'd HIGHLY recommend them.
Prophet of Doom by D.S. Murphy. This book is sooo good! (okay, so the main character smokes a particular type of weed in order to "trip" to the future.) I love the premise of seeing the future and not knowing if you want to change it. It's not that it's good, but maybe it's meant to be. And the twist at the end is perfect.
Summerland by Michael Chabon, Till We Have Faces -C.S.Lewis
The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan
Katy Huth Jones
The Percy Jackson series
The Songweaver's Vow
Kandi J Wyatt
The Time Hunters by Carl Ashmore.
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