Gryffindors are brave, daring, chivalrous, loyal, bold, athletic, and so much more.
Flame in the Mist – Renee Ahdieh
Flame in the Mist is set in feudal Japan and features a strong, female heroine who channels Mulan. Her tough, brave attitude will speak to Gryffindors. This book is full of adventure and secret identities. If this book sounds intriguing and you want to know more, be sure to read my review here!
Throne of Glass Series – Sarah J Maas
There’s action, adventure, fights, friendship, loyalty and betrayal, pets, seriously so much packed into this series. Our main character has to overcome struggles, but she is tough and smart. The story is a non-stop ride that will entrance any Gryffindor with a variety of characters and action-packed scenes. If you’re interested, check out my review of Throne of Glass here.
Divergent Series – Veronica Roth
The first book in the series takes place in Dauntless, the faction that is known for their recklessness and bravery. Tris must decide where she belongs, in Abnegation with her selfless family or taking a leap of faith and joining a new faction. The entire series is full of action, bravery and a question of loyalty.
An Ember in the Ashes Series – Sabaa Tahir
Laia must overcome her fears and put her life on the line for her brother. She would do almost anything to make up for her perceived shortcomings at the beginning of the book, growing into a stronger person. Elias has grown up in a place that he despises and must decide whether to risk his life to leave or embrace a future that will corrupt him. The world is vividly built and full of locals that you could spend hours exploring. If this series sounds interesting, be sure to check out my review of An Ember in the Ashes here.
Red Queen Series – Victoria Aveyard
It takes a lot of nerve, daring, and bravery to masquerade as a Silver when your blood runs red as dawn. But Mare is forced to do that and more in this series that is a blend of fantasy and dystopian. Be sure to check out my review of Red Queen 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!