Fantasy, 336 pages, published in 2020 El must navigate Scholomance, the deadly school for those with magic. But in a setting where allies are key, El has always been an outsider with no one to rely on. Spoiler Free Review: ★★★ Before I say anything, I want to point you to this article about racism…
A retelling of Dracula's brides that spans centuries and countries.
The conclusion of the story of the Sun Queen and the Blood Queen.
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.
I never do readathons, mostly because I find them stressful and I'm a mood reader, but this one is a whole month and most of the books I already want to read fit the categories! Also, it is hosted by one of my faves, Elliot Brooks, so I'm in. Check out her announcement video here!
I have been doing an absolutely awful job at keeping up with reviews and posts that I want to write. I've missed 5 or 6 reviews over the past couple months, so I am going to do a mini review post, including all of those. That way, I don't have to stress myself out that they still aren't done, and I can move onto reviews that are fresh in my mind! I want to keep on top of my writing schedule better, so I think this will help.
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.