Yuyeh sesh. Despise your heart. Ni weh sesh. I have no heart.Leigh Bardugo, Ruin and Rising
Hello, my darling readers!
This is it, we reached the third and final installment of the Shadwo and Bone trilogy. We are, however, not leaving the Grishaverse yet. The first trilogy may be done now, but there are still two more duologies to review!
The Darkling rules from his shadow throne, keeping his people leashed with terror.
The hope of the entire nation rests on the fragile and broken shoulders of a missing sun summoner…
So, the second installment was a bit flawed but I was still excited to find out how Alina story would end.
While, so far, I had been at peace with Mal although I was aware many people out there hated him, I am beginning to see their point. I bothers me that he can’t seem to accept Alina for what she is but only wants her if she is the way he wants her to be. Actually, Alina had spent her whole life making herself smaller just to be with this guy. That’s why I hate the love story part of just about every YA novel! Honestly, Alina would be better off on her own without any guy on her back, even though Ruin and Rising gives her three options of eligible bachelors.Continue reading
It’s Tuesday, that means it’s time for a bookish favorites posts. Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Shanah Bionic Book Worm and is quite simple: check out the topic and write a post with your picks.
For this month, Shanah came up with something very special. Each Tuesday I share my top 5 books beginning with the respective letters of the alphabet assigned for the day.
We are almost done, this is post four out of five on P, Q, R, S and T.
P – Paper Towns
A while ago I read The Fault in our Stars and quite liked it. So I figured I’d give Paper Towns a shot as well. I can’t even tell you how much I hated this book. What an annoying lead character!
Q – Queen of Shadows
Sarah J. Maas here again. The first novel I could think of that begins with a Q is Queen of Shadows, the fourth part in the TOG series. Loved it!Continue reading