***spoiler warning*** I AM FULL OF SO MANY EMOTIONS IT IS GETTING HARD TO HANDLE.
I'm at a loss for words besides:
While it may seem concerning that a book made me feel all of these things, fear not! I loved this book from cover to cover. Even if it did incite a burning fury within me.
Patrick Ness is a ruthless man. He does not hold back. I mean this in two main ways. The most obvious one is in character deaths and u
I don't have too much to say about this installment of these books other than it was amazing, but so are all the rest. I will forever hold a special place in my heart for the Baudelaire orphans and the series of unfortunate events that they go through.
I thoroughly enjoyed learning more about V.F.D. and Beatrice's and Lemony's connections to everything (Esmé and her sugar bowl).
This is also the first time that the siblings ever had to split up, and I loved seeing the cha
4.5 stars! Check out my review on GoodReads for the spoilery version! Keep reading for the spoiler-free version:
War has made us all used to living in desecrated spaces once considered holy.
WOW. Who knew this book would end up knocking my socks off?? Certainly not me. Going in, I expected it to be a 3-4 star book, and at the beginning I thought that prediction would reign true. But oh my god, the last half of the book was phenomenal.
I was very impressed by the writing