Ash Princess was AMAZING!! It met all my expectations and then some. This is going to turn into an epic revenge series and I can’t wait for more!
Children of Blood and Bone deals with some really heavy, intense issues. There are huge topics like privilege, family vs “what’s right”, oppression, and more. It’s not a lighthearted book, and that’s what I loved about it.
To Kill a Kingdom was everything it promised: sirens, kingdoms at war, enemies falling in love, and an interesting look at nature vs nurture.
To be honest, I don’t want to review Reign the Earth. For me it was one of those books that was so perfect that I don’t even want to sit and be objective about it. I don’t want to go over details and pick it apart. I just want to bask in its amazingness and all the beautiful feelings I have about the book.
Cat wasn’t the badass I hoped for in Heart on Fire; she was riddled with repetitive insecurities that didn’t feel like they “fit” into the third and final book.
I really enjoyed The Sea King, but I’ll confess I’m disappointed I wasn’t able to give it 5 stars. I had to dock a star for two key reasons…
The first time I read Heir of Fire I gave it 2.5 stars (here’s my first review). But I just did a reread and gave it five stars! I think this is really interesting so I want to talk a bit about why I think […]
I just finished Roar by Cora Carmack and I think it was my favourite book so far this year! So if you haven’t read it yet, what the hell are you waiting for?? But if you have read it (and loved it), I wanted to […]
Royal Bastards by Andrew ShvartsSeries: Royal Bastards #1Published by: Disney Hyperion on May 30, 2017Genre: Fantasy, Young AdultPages: 352Source: NetGalleyGoodreads Rating: 4.5/5Being a bastard blows. Tilla would know. Her father, Lord Kent of the Western Province, loved her as a child, but cast her aside […]
What I liked: Very cool setting! It starts in London and moves to Hungary. Plus we see a few other places along the way (Austria). It was really interesting how magic was intertwined with the class system. The rich get magic, the poor do not. […]