I have been skipping some reviews lately, especially on books I don't have a ton of thoughts on. I don't like leaving books unreviewed, so here are some quick reviews for books I've read since the beginning of the year!
The latest installment in the A Court of Thorns and Roses series.
Set in modern day Seoul, the lives of four young women are examined.
A tale of Ged, the greatest sorcerer in all of Earthsea, as a youth.
In the conclusion to this trilogy, Zera must find a way to stop the war that has the potential to throw the world into chaos.
The Eborans always kept the humans safe from Jure'lia, a mysterious group of creatures, for thousands of years, until the tree that gives them life dies. Now, Eborans are dying out and threats arise from remaining Jure'lia artifacts. Vintage, an explorer, hires Tormalin, one of the last Eborans, to be her bodyguard on her quest to understand their foe.
Every 100 years, the Elf King comes to Luella's village to pick a human bride in order to fulfill a centuries old pact. The Human Queen must have magic, so Luella knows it isn't her, until a long kept secret is revealed. Suddenly, she whisked away to a new land and role that she had no preparation for and is married to the cold Elf King.
After fleeing the palace, Ayla aligns herself with the queen trying to destroy the Automae, while Crier's is desperate to find Ayla and protect her.
Piranesi's whole world is the House, which contains the tides that provide food and the statues that provide company.
After being betrayed by those she thought she trusted and finding out everything she'd been told her entire life was a life, Poppy is stuck with nowhere to turn.