Set in the world of the Grishaverse, this is a collection of fairytales from Ravka and beyond.
Happy International Women's Day! To celebrate, I wanted to chat about some of my favorite female authors! To be honest, most of the books I read are by women, so most of my favorite authors are women, but they still deserve a shoutout.
There are definitely more that I could have added to this list, but I wanted to include only authors that I've read multiple books/series from.
One of my goals this year was to reread a lot, so I've come up with a lot of books I want to try to get to this year. I was originally going to make a schedule of when I wanted to reread everything, but that's really not who I am.
Synopsis: Alex Stern has been sent to Yale in order to join Lethe, a group that keeps all the other secret societies of Yale in check. The murder of a young woman sets of a series of events that could expose the dark secrets of the societies.
Synopsis: Several years after the Ravka civil war, threats still plague the country. King Nikolai Lantsov must deal with the these external threats, as well as the darkness that remains inside him. Meanwhile in Fjerda, Nina Zenik discovers a nefarious plot while on an undercover mission.