Book Talk: Novellas

Novellas. Are you a fan?

I personally love them. I think it’s exciting to see more insight into a story. Sometimes they can explain why characters react to certain things the way they do, when before the novella,  has you wondering why. They can go into greater detail of the landscape your favorite stories, expanding what you knew of the book universe.

Another question about novellas, do you bother getting them in print form or just go for the ebook version? Most of the time I just get the ebook. It’s cheaper, and makes more sense considering how short they usually are. The only time I usually get the print version is when they bind up all the available novellas into one published book, thats when I think it’s worth it. So far in print I have Colleen Hoover’s novellas Maybe Not and Finding Cinderella (both given to me in book exchanges), The Assassin’s Blade, and Happily Ever After. Below I’ll post my favorite novellas, both in print and ebook form.

The Assassin’s Blade, Companion to the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J Maas:


Happily Ever After, Companion to The Selection series by Kiera Caas:


The King’s Guard, Companion to The Girl of Fire and Thorns series by Rae Carson:


Four, Companion to the Divergent series by Veronica Roth:


Cruel Crown, Companion to the Red Queen series by Victoria Aveyard:


Summer’s Crossing, Companion to the Iron Fey series by Julie Kagawa:


Maybe Not and Finding Cinderella, Companions to Maybe Someday and Hopeless by Colleen Hoover:



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