3.5 stars. At the heart of this series, there is something amazing. Unfortunately, for me, it is masked by hundreds of pages of unnecessary scenes. If there's one thing for certain, it's that Sarah J. Maas can write, and she can do it extremely well.
Images are always vivid, and characters are usually well-developed. I understand the motives of every person, but I feel like the emphasis on this became a little repetitive. There were scenes upon scenes and dialogues upon di
Thank you to Dutton, an imprint of Penguin Random House, for providing me with an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.
DNF @ 28%. I really hate to say it, but I had to put this down. The idea was so great, but the execution was lacking.
At first, I was really enjoying the writing, as it discussed a lot of topics that I'm currently learning about in school and I found that to be especially engaging. However, once that part ended I was left with disappointmen
Where do I even begin? I've been waiting for this book for over two years and yet I didn't even know what to expect. I guess I expected it to be good, especially after hearing the surplus of praise it was receiving from critically acclaimed authors, some of which coming from some of my favorites (Stephen King!).
I do have to say, I did think it was good. But, was it good in the way that I thought it would be? I don't think so. I really can't explain what I was expecting, b