If you wish to read a spoiler-free version of this review, check it out on my Goodreads where the spoilers are censored. The dead are orphans. No company but the silence like a moth's wing. An end to the agony of movement, to the long nightmare of going down the road. The body in peace, stillness, and order. The perfect darkness of death.
My oh my. This is by far my favorite King book out of the four that I've read. While this book is not classified as 'horror' and is consi
My feelings about this book are complicated. I'll try to do my very best to express each and every one of them.
To begin, I think I went into this book with the wrong expectations. I anticipated a spellbinding fantasy full of political intrigue, complicated romance, dazzling galas, and gruesome battles. I eventually did get all of that-- but not until the last 100 or so pages of the book. Because these expectations hindered my love of the beginning of the book
This review will be spoiler-free, but if you want to hear all of my spoilery thoughts, check out my review on Goodreads instead. Thank you so much to Alonquin Young Readers for providing me with an ARC of this for review as part of the blog tour!
I think that this is a perfectly good book for a middle-grade reader. Was I particularly blown away by it? No, I can't say that I was. However, that does not mean that there weren't any aspects that I particularly appreciated.
This was a collection of three "books", so I rated each one separately as I read them. Part One: 3 stars UM that cliffhanger is just straight up rude. I wasn’t really planning on reading the sequels until I was left needing more. I’ve heard bad things about the ending of this series, but I just need to know what happens.
I enjoyed reading this as there’s an obvious question that needs to be answered. I won’t be satisfied until I get it.
The characters are kind of blah,
For the month of July, I will be spinning the TBR wheel another five times! I have a bunch of books that I need to prioritize this month, so it may be the case that I only get to a few of the books from this wheel. No big deal though, as these challenges are just for fun! :) Let's begin with spin number one: 5 star prediction- A Court of Thorns & Roses by Sarah J. Maas Ever since I got my friend addicted to the Folk of the Air series by Holly Black, she's been begging me to g