Alright, it’s finally time to talk about Shadow and Bone. This adaptation has been one of the most exciting things I’ve had in months and with the pandemic, I’m pretty sure everyone is just as obsessed as I am.
I finished this entire series in a day and adored every single book. I couldn’t put them down and I needed more, more, more. The cliffhangers were insane and drove me crazy waiting for the next book to download onto my kindle and I loved each of the characters as I watched them develop and grow.
Crowns of Croswald was such an interesting book to read about. The magic system and world-building were really cool to see and I enjoyed getting to know the characters. I have to admit that I was quite confused at the beginning because nothing was explained very well, however, I managed to figure out the world-building and a bit of how it works by the middle of the book.
This was such an exciting edition of Steele’s Serpent’s Tale series. I was so ready to launch into another one of Steele’s tales and she did not let me down!
This book was kind of incredible. It did take me practically forever to get through, but it was worth it. Midnight Sun takes us back into the Twilight universe, but this time, through Edward’s eyes. In my opinion, this book was more interesting than the original Twilight which was from Bella’s point of view. It was so interesting to see Edward’s take on everything that was happening, as well as his struggles to keep Bella alive. Along with all of this, I see him in a completely different light now that I know what goes through his mind, and I definitely like him a lot more.
This is the final book in the Twilight Saga Series (or…was the last book), and it wraps things up really nicely. It did take me a while to get into, mostly since I read The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner before this, which was a much faster storyline. I have to say, I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this book. As you probably already know from my previous reviews of this series (check it out: Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner), I watched the movies before reading these. Breaking Dawn one and two were my least of all of the film, and so I was pleasantly surprised with the outcome of this book.
This novella was…interesting. I didn’t love it, but I didn’t hate it. I found myself getting into the story a few times but as soon as I put the book down, it was hard to be motivated to read it again. The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner is an Eclipse novella about the newborn girl that the Cullens tried to save after the battle.
Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo was a complete rollercoaster. I have to admit that I didn’t know what to expect going into this book, however, Bardugo’s Grishaverse had me hooked so I did expect myself to enjoy this one as well.
This book was super exciting and action-packed. I was so ready to see what Steele had in store for me and I wasn’t disappointed!
After reading the last book in the Warfare of the Gods series – The Writer and the Throne – I was so excited to launch into this tale of Sekhmet and the aftermath of the war.