Ultimate bibliophile, bibliomaniac, Movies/TV show Fanatic. A self confessed caffeinated geek who spends most of the time buried under the pages of a book.
Chasing Serenity is a complex, heartbreaking story with a large ensemble of secondary characters is essential to the overall development of the introductory plotline. This book was emotional at times and frustrating too
Finally, we’ve reached the latest installment of the ACOTAR series, as well as the series’ last book review. The sheer size of this book is the first thing you notice when you take it up. It’s a hefty book, and finishing it took me a long time.
First and foremost, A Court of Mist and Fury is still my favorite of the three books. And I believe that everyone went into this novel with very high expectations. Having said that, despite the fact that A Court of Wings and Ruin fell short of my expectations, but I still enjoyed it.
ACourt of Mist and Fury, the sequel to A Court of Thorns and Roses, caught me off guard. Even though I knew it would be better than the first, I wasn’t expecting anything to hit so near to heart, especially the biggest suspense Sarah J Maas has in store for the readers.
I realize I’m a little late to the ACTOR party, but I’ve finally done it, I’ve dived into the wonderful realm of Faeries. I’m planning to write a separate blog for each of the volumes, so this will be the first in a series of ACOTOR blogs.
Leigh Bardugo’s The Six Crows is a duology based on the Grishaverese. Six of Crows is the first book in the Six of Crows duology, set two years after the events of Ruin and Rising (Shadow and Bone trilogy). I just finished reading both books in the series, and you guys, I’m obsessed. It’s no surprise that this series is widely popular and has won numerous awards. Full Review on my Blog!
I can’t wait to read the rest of the series after finishing The Cruel Prince. I thoroughly enjoyed this entire series and became a fan of Holly Black as a result. In this blog, I’ll go over the entire The Folk of the Air series.
Isee why The Cruel Prince has gotten so much attention. It’s a truly amazing story. From the outset, there was something about the language, the universe the author builds, and the entire mood of the book that couldn’t help but captivate me. I have yet to read the next two books in the series, but I am eager to start them and write a complete series review as soon as possible. I can see why there’s so much fuss. Call me a geek for arriving late to the party, but this book is fantastic. Full Review on my Blog!