Welcome to the second post in my Hogwarts House series, if you missed the first post about Hufflepuff be sure to click here to read it and let me know what you think!
Ravenclaws are wise, creative, individual, logical, intelligent, and so much more.
The Wrath and the Dawn Series by Renee Ahdieh
Our heroine is intelligent and quick thinking, using her wits to create a story that she can continue each night and waylay her death. The story is a retelling of Arabian Nights and would speak to a Ravenclaw nature and love of knowledge. If you’re intrigued, you can also read my review of the Wrath and the Dawn here.
A Court of Thorns and Roses Series by Sarah J Maas
The realm of the Fae is very whimsical and full of wonder, which would draw in an inquisitive and creative Ravenclaw. Each Court has its own unique customs, people (by that I mean fairies and Fae), and landscape. The vast world building and expansive lands draw you in and the strong, smart characters keep you engaged. If you’re intrigued, you can also read my review of ACOTAR here.
Passenger Series by Alexandra Bracken
Ravenclaws love to pursue knowledge and always expand what they know, so a book series that travels through time and introduces the reader to a number of different countries, time periods and historical events would fascinate a Ravenclaw. If you’re intrigued, you can also read my review of Passenger here.
Legend Series by Marie Lu
A perfect score is an unbelievable thing, yet our heroine achieves it. Take two people from completely different circumstances and put them out in the world, then see the mark they make. This dystopian series builds a world unlike our own filled with fascinating new advances in society and technology that any Ravenclaw would be entranced by. If you’re intrigued, you can also read my review of Legend here.
Caraval by Stephanie Garber
The magic and mystery of Caraval will draw any creative and unique soul in. The puzzles and clues will leave you guessing, wondering if you can unravel each mystery placed before the characters. Watch out or you might be swept away. If this sounds interesting, be sure to read my review of Caraval here.
I don’t know about you, but I love Harry Potter and have spent way too much time on Pottermore. I’ve been sorted by J.K. – have you? If not, be sure to go to Pottermore. I’m curious if the house you always identified with is the one you were sorted in, or maybe you feel like you’re very strongly split between two houses. Let me know! What House are you in?
Were there any books that you feel fit perfectly in this House that I forgot? Let me know what you think in the comments below. Don’t forget to check back next week for the third post in this series!