A few hundred people wake up in an auditorium with no memory of their past, scared and confused, struggling to remember who they are and how they got here. A voice draws their attention to the person standing on the podium, impeccably dressed, an air of calm confidence about him that suggests he has the answers to all their questions. As he starts explaining the situation, they slowly begin to realize they are in a futuristic realm called Enigma, where dead humans are reborn and brought to trials for the crimes they committed in their human-lives…
I loved doing this last week. This week's theme is strong female main characters for International Women's Day. I, of course, went with Hermione from Harry Potter. The whole point of this is to show off international book covers, and omg there's so many and some of them are so different and cool. I found 20 different ones in total!
So I've decided to start a meme myself, I'd love for anyone to answer these as well. Every week I will post 5 questions related to a certain topic and always including at least one question based on books. Today is International Women's Day! Where we celebrate all things women. So I've based this weeks questions on that.
In the opulent palace of Ohaddin, women have one purpose - to obey. Some were brought here as girls, captured and enslaved; some as servants; some as wives. All of them must do what the Master tells them, for he wields a deadly and secret power. But the women have powers too. One is a healer. One can control dreams. One is a warrior. One can see everything that is coming. In their golden prison, the women wait. They plan. They write down their stories. They dream of a refuge, a safe place where girls can be free. And, finally, when the moon glows red, they will have their reveng
This weeks theme is National Read Across America Day! 'Choose a book that you would recommend to everyone.' (I'm not in America, let's make it international read across the world day) So I'm choosing House Rules by Jodi Picoult
I did this in February for Valentines Day and thought I might as well start doing this every month. Rather than only recommending books I have read I do books I've review last month as well as my own 'to read' books. Let me know if you've read or plan to read any of these, and if you've reviewed them post your link below I'd love to check them out 🙂