This was such a cool addition to the dreamers saga so far. I was reeled back into the world of walkers vs. runners and Alyssa and Marco’s love story.
This book was kind of amazing. I didn’t really know what to expect going into it, especially since this isn’t the typical Steele genre I’ve read before, but I was sucked into a magical world of walkers vs. runners and once-in-a-lifetime love.
New Moon was a completely different experience reading the book than watching the movie. I actually really enjoyed this book, whereas this was my least favorite movie. I feel like this book is a lot more significant than I expected it to be, and it wasn’t just a filler for the storyline to continue.
I want to start by thanking Netgalley for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange with an honest review. This book was really good, and I enjoyed it thoroughly. It was so easy to get into and I think it got me out of a bit of a reading slump too!
I have always been a massive fan of the Twilight movies. As a teenage girl obsessed with romance, Twilight was my favorite and still is. The movies are cheesy and loveable, but, I had never read the books. With the release of Midnight Sun, I figured it was finally time to sit down and read the story of my favorite characters as they fall in love all over again.
I really enjoyed this book! It took me quite a while to get into it, possibly because I was in a book slump, however, the characters were so funny, the plot was intense and it was definitely my kind of mystery.
Okay I have a ton of thoughts, theories and questions regarding this book. I spent the time this past month rereading the original trilogy and the A Court of Frost and Starlight novella, so I was so ready to get into this one and let me tell you, it was so worth it.
First of all I want to thank the author, (Caleb Ortega), for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The Writer and the Throne was a book like nothing I’ve ever read before. The concept was so interesting with different types of Gods clashing together in Saggilmut, or heaven.
Okay I’m not really sure where to begin with this book. It was definitely an interesting story and I did enjoy it.
Similar to the other books in this series, I’m in awe and a little bit of shock. I can’t believe this series is now over. It seems like only a few days ago I was falling in love with Des and Callie and their complicated love story. The Thief was stealing soldiers still, and Callie was trapped in Karnon’s prison. It feels like we’ve come a long way from seeing Callies’ wings appear to now seeing her rule with Des by her side over the Kingdom of the Night.