Monday, January 1, 2018

First Book of The Year

First Book of The Year
Hosted by Sheila @ Book Journey

Every year Sheila shares a collage of everyone with their first book of the year. I've always forgotten until it's to late in the past. This year I was determined to get on the list and planned ahead. 

My first book of 2018 is Freya by Matthew Laurence. The cover I think is stunning and the synopsis sounds interesting. I'm excited to dive right in 


Freya is myth. She is legend. And she’s about to make one hell of a comeback.

Sara Vanadi is more than she appears to be.

In her prime, she was Freya, the Norse goddess of love, beauty, war, and death. Now all that’s left of her legacy is herself. Her power comes from belief, and for an ancient goddess in the 21st century, true believers are hard to come by.

She’s been lying low for a few decades, when all of a sudden a shadowy corporation extends an offer: join them and receive unlimited strength and believers—or refuse and be destroyed. Sara chooses neither; she flees with the help of a new friend named Nathan.

With a modern power rising that wishes to bend the divine to its will, Sara decides to fight back—but first she needs some new clothes. 

What is your first book of 2018? 

Be sure to check out what other people are reading (here)

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