Book Recommendation:Edited 11/24/2016
So, a few posts ago I mentioned something that I wanted to try, and now I'm going to put it into action. What I'd like to do is every Tuesday recommend a book. If anyone comments I'd like them to do the same in the comments, so we get an excellent recommendation chain going. I was going to do three books a post, but I'm pretty sure I'll run out of books that way. I think this will be a fun way to connect with my readers.
Goodreads Summary: Being born undead can have its disadvantages, such as eternal youth and flawless beauty; things most unsuitable for a witch. Hiding behind the guise of a grimy old crone, the witch is content living outside Fort Stalwart with her unlikely band of allies: a troll named Gwurm, an enchanted broom, and a demonic duck named Newt. She leads a simple life filled with spells, potions, and the occasional curse.
So when a White Knight arrives at Fort Stalwart, the witch knows her days of peace are at an end. The Knight is just days in front of a horde of ravenous goblings, and Fort Stalwart lies right in the horde's path. But the goblings are just the first wave of danger, and soon the witch and the Knight must combine forces on a perilous quest to stop a mad sorcerer from destroying the world.
Filled with menace, monsters, and magic, A Nameless Witch is a properly witchly read by the award-winning author of Gil's All Fright Diner and In the Company of Ogres.
Goodreads Rating: 3.88 with 2,286 ratings
Genre Listing: Fantasy, Humor, Paranormal, Witches, Magic, Romance, Science Fiction,
Get the Book: Amazon, Book Depository
If you want just to read something silly, lighthearted, and quick, this is a good book for it. There's a lot of great humor in this book, and the characters are lovable. I think one of the things I like best about it is it's not a series. Don't get me wrong I love my series, but sometimes I just want to read a stand-alone book. It has a very definite ending. Also, what's not to love about a demonic duck named Newt?
I just wanted to keep it short and straightforward for the first one. So let me know in the comments a book you'd like to recommend and why!