On the sixth day of YA Book Recommendations, I am sharing a time traveling read!
Maps, pirates, and time travel. As long as there’s a map, the crew from The Girl From Everywhere can be magically transported to real or mythical places. I loved all the different maps in this book, and the diversity of the characters. The book is slower in pacing, but the rich world building makes up for it.
Follow along during the 12 Days of YA Book Recommendations!
Day 1 – High Fantasy Day 2 – Paranormal
Day 3 – Dystopian Day 4 – Thrillers
Day 5 – Contemporary Day 6 – Time Travel
Day 7 – Sci-Fi Day 8 – Historical Fiction
Day 9 – Retellings Day 10 – Book to Movie
Day 11 – 2016 Debuts Day 12 – Holiday ……
Lefty @ The Left-Handed Book Loversays:December 19, 2016 at 11:01 AM
Hmm…I’m very wary of time travel books just because I think it is near impossible to get right. I do have a couple on my shelves I’ve been meaning to read (Tempest by Julie Cross and Passenger by Alexandra Bracken), and I’ve also heard wonderful things about The Girl from Everywhere, so if I end up liking the other books, I’ll definitely have to check that one out. Thanks for the recommendations!
~ Lefty @ The Left-Handed Book Lover
Jordansays:December 21, 2016 at 10:05 PM
Time travel books seem to be hit or miss with me, too. I have Passenger on my shelf that I’ve been meaning to get to as well.