The Perfect Match: Spring 2017

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Spring 2017 Edition

The Perfect Match: A seasonal feature where I play matchmaker but with books! What happens when you take Book A and combine it with Book B? The answer is Book C!

I’m taking a non-contemporary approach this time around and featuring some Science Fiction hybrids in the YA and Adult Fiction universe.

Why This Match?

Inherit the Stars focuses on interplanetary conflict between 3 royal houses. Two of the heirs find themselves in an arranged marriage in the hopes of bring some semblance of peace to their people. Of course, these two being to bond and see that there is more to the other person than the prejudices they’ve grown up with their entire lives. That premise there is the same one you can find in The Book of Ivy and its arranged marriage trope. I picked Academy 7 because the opposites attract relationship is strong in that novel and the secrets the characters are keeping has a lasting impact on the narrative.

Why This Match?

Aza’s lung condition in Magonia readily reminded me of Lily’s allergies in Trial by Fire. But once they leave their worlds, they become a completely different–and healthy–person. Across the Universe might seem like an odd pick but the setting of a mysterious ship that slowly uncovers its secrets is something both it and Magonia share.

Why This Match?

When you take the gritty, take no prisoners attitude of An Ember in the Ashes and add in an outwit and outlast challenge like The Hunger Games, you get the Red Rising Trilogy. Only elevated to a whole new level.

Agree or Disagree with my picks?

Feel free to suggest some of your own in the comments below!

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