Well that was one heck of a journey. I'm not gonna lie, at the start of this book I was scared that I was going to be disappointed. I read a quote from it online that I loved and so I picked it up from my library immediately afterwards.
However, once I started this book I didn't really like the voice of the narrator. Honestly, I found her to be a bit annoying. But then it hit me that maybe I was just reading her wrong. Maybe I was seeing myself in Norah so much that I was
** spoiler alert ** Is it so wrong to have shipped Ronan and Kavinsky? I mean sure, they were pretty much enemies, and Kavinsky was pretty much a villain, but he was just so broken, and so is Ronan. Also, Ronan clearly had feelings for him, so what would nice Maggie Stiefvater do to let our ship sail, you ask. HAVE KAVINSKY FREAKING KILL HIMSELF. my soul has not recovered
Phew. With that rant above out of the way, let me talk about what made me happy in this book rather th
Yup, so Richelle Mead has done it again.
I'm positive that if you are seeing this book, or its original series Vampire Academy, on your feed for the first time you would definitely see it and be thinking, Well that looks godawful.
And this is why we don't judge books by their covers. (Even though we all know we actually do)
Now, let me be real, I know that these books are not some literary masterpieces, but they have more substance to them than one might think. I am t
Objectively speaking this book is worth five stars. Unfortunately for me, the circumstances in which I read this book made it a four. I know, it’s unfair, but that’s just how it goes. Because I started this book right before band camp, I put it down for a long period of time before picking it back up again, and I think that caused it to lose some of its impact for me. This is a serious case of the problem is not you, it's me. The Marrow Thieves sounds like a typical YA dyst