First things first, I want to acknowledge how incredibly mind-blowing this series is. I had a hard time engrossing myself into Six of Crows at first. The beginning made no sense to me whatsoever. I didn’t really know what I was getting myself into other than the fact that I was going to be able to understand what everyone’s going crazy about with that book. My first time reading it, I had a lot to take in. Continue reading
“She was the heir of ash and fire, and she would bow to no one.”
I don’t know where to start with this one. Honestly? I didn’t understand all the hype for this series until I started Heir of Fire. I loved Rowan and Aelin’s thing. They’d be constantly bickering and fighting and I’d sit there and be like: Go at it, kids. Fight all you want, you’re going to fall for each other soon. Continue reading
This book was equal parts hilarious, spectacular and swoon-worthy. The world was so beautifully built, and the story so well-written, that I easily and instantly rooted for the characters and leaped into the world. Continue reading
A CLIFFHANGER FOR GOD’S SAKE??!!! ARE YOU SERIOUS RIGHT NOW
Let me just say; this book was nothing like I expected. Gangs, thieves, gamblers… Not my thing. But boy, did I like it. Continue reading
I have been talking myself out of writing this review because I was a hundred percent sure it’s going to be totally unprofessional and replete with fangirling and cursing. But then again, I wasn’t convinced that time would diminish that, so I decided I might as well do this right now. While the feels are still fresh. Continue reading
Meyer makes me love the retelling more than the original story. I would never expect anything less than perfect from her, and this book-although approached with wariness- proved my previous thoughts; flawless writing and storytelling is what portrays her.
This is probably the first book with an obvious, constant ending. The Queen Of Hearts is a villain; there’s no changing that. One thing about retellings; you can change the plot and the names and the scenarios but changing the ending is impractical, impossible.
But did that diminish my admiration and awe throughout the book? Hell no. Continue reading
I honestly had high expectations of this book. And I’m extremely frustrated to say that I downright hated it. I couldn’t help but feel like it was a blunt (and quite frankly, dreadful) imitation of Twilight, Hush Hush, and A Thousand Pieces Of You. To be honest, I thought this would be my next favorite series, but it’s far from it. Continue reading