...I'm honestly kind of speechless. The Gilded Wolves was good but in a more fun kind of way. I was especially impressed by the characters, and found the rest of the story to be pretty solid and entertaining, but not much more. This book, however...wow.
Maybe for girls made of snow, love was worth the melt. But she was made of stolen bones and sleek fur, grave dirt and strange blood—her heart wasn’t even hers to give. Her soul was all she had, and no love was worth losing i
~ Thank you to Thomas Nelson and NetGalley for providing me with an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review ~
DNF @ 13%
I simply don't have time to read mysteries that don't pique my interest within the first few chapters. To be fair, I watch way too many crime shows and movies, so it's hard to immediately engage me in a mystery unless it's very new and creative. This one is just way too similar to countless Criminal Minds episodes I've seen to want to continue.
But they have not seen their sun die. Their people burn. Their world end. And they do not know, yet, that there are some breaks that cannot be fixed.
After the masterpiece that was the Illuminae Files, I wasn't sure if another book by these two could possibly live up to the hype it would hold. So naturally, Aurora Rising truly surprised me. Did I like it better than Illuminae? Of course not (or at least not just based on the first book), but was it still incredib
It's hard to review classics, so I will keep it brief. In short, I adored the lessons learned in this book and found it extraordinary to think that the lives of those living in the 19th century can so well apply to those of the 21st.
I cannot wait to see the movie, especially of behalf of Jo, and Laurie (purely because of Timothée). Song I was reminded of while reading: Dancing On My Own