Annie Recommends // Books for Your Harry Potter House

Today I’m reviving an Annie Likes Words classic: the Harry Potter Book Recommendation.  Last summer, I shared book recommendations based on which Harry Potter house you’re a member of (Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff, or Slytherin) and y’all loved them!  So I’m listening to the voice of the people and reprising one of my favorite posts.

Related Post: Harry Potter Book Recommendations Part One

If you’re in Gryffindor, you should read:

The Embassy Row Series by Ally Carter
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The Embassy Row Series is about Grace Blakely, a teenage enigma who’s convinced that the death of her mother was anything but an accident.  Grace exhibits a rare brand of bravery by continuing the fight to set her mother’s story straight, even after the rest of the world has given up on her.  Set in the heated political climate of the fictitious Adria, All Fall Down is perfect for all ye who are brave at heart.

Related Post: My Review of All Fall Down


If you’re in Ravenclaw, you should read:


The Circle by Dave Eggers
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The Circle is about Mae Holland, who starts working at famed technology and Internet company The Circle, only to find that the shiny, glittery campus contains some dingy and unsavory realities.  This book is perfect for those who value intelligence because the themes presented and discussed in The Circle, such as Internet neutrality and what we should be using technology for, spark an internal debate about how we interact with tech in our daily lives.  It’ll make you think new things and search for the right response to an unanswerable question.


If you’re in Hufflepuff, you should read:


Geekerella by Ashley Poston
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As a Hufflepuff myself, I thoroughly enjoyed Geekerella for multiple reasons: the interesting fairy tale twist, the dynamic characters, and a fuzzy-cuddly vibe that emanates from the book.  Geekerella had me smiling from cover to cover and, if you’re looking for a daily dose of kindness and joy, this book is perfect for you.

Related Post: My Review of Geekerella


If you’re in Slytherin, you should read:

The Heist Society Series by Ally Carter
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Nothing says Slytherin like teenage thieves.  This series, another one of my Ally Carter favorites, is about teenage art thief Kat Bishop and her crew as they galavant around the world, evading law enforcement and stealing the unstealable.  In Heist Society, Kat and her crew have to rob a museum renowned for its security, but Kat can’t decide what life she wants: a dishonest but normal life or an honest life as a thief?  Nothing says Slytherin like ambition and good people doing bad things for good reasons.


What is your Harry Potter house?

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