Crown of Midnight Sarah J. Maas Wow. I was really not expecting to like Crown of Midnight as much as I did. I had seen all these amazing 5 star reviews for it, but I still wasn’t convinced. I enjoyed the first in the series, Throne of Glass, but it wasn’t anything special. There were […]
I’ve been rather lax on the reviews/posting front recently, so I’ll catch up by mentioning a few of my favourite reads of the 94(!) books I’ve read so far this year. Dark Triumph Robin LaFevers First, I just have to say how well this one matches with Grave Mercy, looks-wise. I love books that match. […]
I’m so excited (and surprised) this comes out later this year – 5th November. Check out Champion (Legend #3) by Marie Lu on Goodreads. “Waiting on Wednesday” is hosted by Breaking the Spine.
I’ve put my agent searching on hold. About a month ago, I got a request for a full, which was ultimately past on. Instead of making me all sad, it made me frustrated with myself. My story still had flaws that I need to work out. (Chiefly my weakling of a protagonist – I had […]
Wow. I’m still thinking about this book a week after I finished it. At last, a middle book of a trilogy that could have been a standalone (though I highly recommend reading Legend first). Prodigy was fast paced, but allowed for character development as well. I have to say Day is one of the most […]
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Cinder by Marissa Meyer I loved how different this book was, with the futuristic setting, and the cyborgs. The plot was interesting, and there was plenty of action, and the characters were really cool. Legend by Marie Lu Wow. This one stood out as being so filmlike, with so much action and so fast-paced. A […]
So, to eat my words about trilogies. I finished A Confusion of Princes (a standalone YA novel) by Garth Nix today. It. Was. Awesome. It’s not supposed to be out until about the 17th, I think, but of course Waterstones had to have it there early. Along with City of Lost Souls (not out for another […]