This book was so good I devoured it. I just couldn’t stop reading it and I loved it. The only complaint I have is that the pages are so thin. Like hi no I want a thick book with nice pages (not that the pages aren’t nice but ya’know). This book was fast paced and I’m really happy that it ended up being a total of 705. I know this is the last book with Feyre and Rhysand as the main characters but I cannot wait for the novellas to come out next year!
I’ve made this review 100% spoiler free for this book in the series but if you haven’t read the first 2 books I would recommend against reading this review.
Continue reading “A Court of Wings and Ruin ★★★★★”
I don’t know what it was about this book but it just took me forever to get though. It wasn’t that this book was bad but it just didn’t hold my attention. I’ve just lost interest in the trilogy and sadly I don’t think that I will be reading the last book.
I will mention that there are minor spoilers in this review but they are incredibly small and they are surrounded by bolded words. Feel free to read around these areas because they aren’t very big and if you do happen to read them it wouldn’t spoil the entire book for you!
Continue reading “Golden Son (Red Rising #2) ★★★★☆”
I really loved this book and couldn’t stop reading it after about 80 pages. I was up until 2 am just reading on a Monday night. This book was adorable and I really enjoy reading about a kingdom with arranged marriages. Not that I enjoy arranged marriages, but I like reading about how different main characters will react to the proposal. At least in this world, you can be matched by someone who tries to put you with someone who is “good” for you.
*I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review and that fact in no way affected my review in any way*
Continue reading “The Traitors Kiss ★★★★★”
I bought this book after visiting a potential college because I had run out of books that I had brought with me to read. This was basically a cover buy but I also love reading and learning about the Salem Witch Trials. If you, or anyone you know, really likes books about history, particularly the Salem Witch Trials, and doesn’t mind that the book is a young adult fantasy then this may be a good gift or recommendation.
Continue reading “How To Hang a Witch (How to Hang a Witch #1) ★★★☆☆”
I loved Six of Crows a lot and so I went into this book with high expectations. It didn’t disappoint. This book is almost everything I could have ever wanted to finish off the duology that is Six of Crows. There isn’t a dry or dull moment in this gigantic book and was a thrilling read from start to finish. I definitely recommend this series (duology) to anyone who loves a good young adult fantasy book and doesn’t mind that both books are quite large. While Leigh Bardugo also has another series (The Grisha series) I think I would personally recommend the Six of Crows series over it (The Grisha series) because the writing and story telling is just much better in her latest books.
Continue reading “Crooked Kingdom (Six of Crows #2) ★★★★★”
Honestly, I loved this book and its spin on the Alice and Wonderland universe. It was such a great read and it was definitely worth staying up till 3 am to finish. I would highly recommend this to anyone who loves Alice in Wonderland or is even just a good book about a villain’s backstory.
Continue reading “Heartless ★★★★☆”
This book was so difficult to read in the beginning, I just couldn’t get into it enough to actually want to read it. I had to stop reading after about 80 or so pages and pick up another book because this book wasn’t doing anything for me in the reading department. I thought I was in a reading slump but it turned out to just be this book. It started to pick up about 125ish pages in and after the 15o page mark it became a really good book.
Continue reading “The Shadow Queen (Ravenspire #1) ★★★★☆”