I’ve been meaning to do some fun Top 5 or Top 10 list post and sometimes I just don’t have the time! How do you awesome bloggers do it? 😘
So Kindle Unlimited – let’s talk about it. For a monthly subscription you get to read unlimited books in the Kindle library. When I had no kids, I bought books like crazy! When we moved into a small house, I had to donate my books, keeping only a few. When I had kids, and a bigger mortgage – I had to be on a budget! Thank goodness for libraries!
I tried out Kindle Unlimited because of one author, Christi Caldwell. I was looking for new romance authors because it was my favorite genre but I was having a hard time finding ones that appealed to me. I read one of her books and wanted more so I got a subscription. But because it’s a monthly subscription, there were times I was in a reading rut trying to find something good there – and cancelled. I joined again, cancelled and joined again! 😅 Then I tried some of the fantasy ebooks…and I’ve had a steady subscription since. So here are my 5 fantasy/sci fi (mostly fantasy) book series I’ve found on Kindle Unlimited that I’ve enjoyed so far!
The Spoken Mage Series by. Melanie Cellier
This series is pretty good. I enjoyed seeing Elena, the spoken mage, learn, grow and fall in love. My favorite thing though is the friendships she’s made along the way. I’m going to be finishing up the series soon, so hopefully it ends on a good note.
- Voice of Power (The Spoken Mage, #1)
- Voice of Command (The Spoken Mage, #2)
- Voice of Dominion (The Spoken Mage, #3)
- Voice of Life (The Spoken Mage, #4)
The Tainted Accords Series by. Kelly St. Clare
I read this series last year and really enjoyed it! I was transported to a fascinating fantasy world. Princess Olina has worn a veil over her face since her infancy and watching her transform from a girl with a veil to one without is pretty awesome.
- Fantasy of Frost (The Tainted Accords #1)
- Fantasy of Flight (The Tainted Accords #2)
- Fantasy of Fire (The Tainted Accords #3)
- Fantasy of Freedom (The Tainted Accords #4)
Air Awakens: Vortex Chronicles by. Elise Kova
I should feature the Air Awakens series but honestly it’s been four years since I’ve read it. So instead I’ll talk about Air Awakens: Vortex Chronicles, the re-entry into Elise Kova’s fantasy world filled with magic and political intrigue. I’ve only read book one, and will get to book two eventually when I get this TBR list down a little. 😅
- Vortex Visions (Air Awakens: Vortex Chronicles, #1)
- Chosen Champion (Air Awakens: Vortex Chronicles, #2)
- Failed Future (Air Awakens: Vortex Chronicles, #3) – Publication Date: July 21, 2019
The Culling Trials by. K.F. Breene & Shannon Mayer
These academy books always get me! I’m serious! Haha – but this series is very addicting. I’m in the middle of book three right now and can’t wait to see how it ends. Sometimes these indie book are so short, they could have mashed these three books to make one book! But I don’t mind the short wait between the books. In this series we have a very strong female character who is surrounded by vampires, necromancer, goblins, magic users and assassins. It’s so fast pace and fun! It’s a wild adventure throughout the whole series. Speaking of “Wild” that’s our character’s nickname and I can see why! Loving this series so far!
- The Culling Trials (Shadowspell Academy #1)
- The Culling Trials (Shadowspell Academy #2)
- The Culling Trials (Shadowspell Academy #3)
Secondborn Series by Amy A. Bartol
I am not a big sci-fi fan. Actually this was the series that got me saying, oh, okay maybe I like sci-fi, maybe… I love Amy A. Bartol’s stories because they are creative even if they go off a bit tangent and wild, there is something about them that is addictive. Secondborn is cool, Traitor Born is my favorite and Rebel Born – though I gave it 4 1/2 stars because the romance part came together the way I wanted and I’m obsessed with Reykin haha, this book goes almost into another dimension diving into sci-fi/mythology/fantasy it made my head spin. It works for some people and others hated. I actually understood what the author was trying to do – but there was a lot of info dump about parallel universes, mind control and then add the mythology…it’s a whirlwind. It would have played out better if we had hints of these things in book one and two for sure! I still love it though. 😬
Have you read any of these books? Are you a Kindle Unlimited subscriber? Let me know in the comments!
Happy Reading! 😘