- ON BREAK!
Not all book covers are created equal. Some are good, some are bad, some are downright ugly. But, alas, we the readers have no say in the makings of such things. Luckily for us, many books have different editions for us to choose from. The question is, which is better?
Wow. That’s the first word that came to me.
This book was intense. Weird and strangely scientific, and intense.
I had heard a lot of good things about this book but was a bit afraid of getting into it because I knew of the very scientific nature of it. Like string theory, astrophysics, and a whole bunch of the inter-dimensional mumbo jumbo.
I was worried that I wasn’t going to understand or that the science would be too overbearing, ruining the story.
Boy, was I wrong to think that. This book was so good!
Hello everyone! I hope y’all have had a great week. I have been completely inactive all week, but I have returned and what better way to make a comeback than with a tag?
I was tagged by Maya @Book Dragon 1017 to do this super fun tag, thank you so much Maya! Y’all should definitely take a moment to go check out her wonderful blog and look through her posts and tags, I promise that you will not be disappointed!
Now, let us move on with the tag!
Hello, hello! The year is more than halfway over and I am halfway done with the reading challenge Rosie and I came up with at the start of the year. For those who don’t know what I’m talking about well, we have been announcing this reading challenge all year. Some of you may, or may not have noticed this line at the end of all of our posts:
Check out our 2017 Reading Challenge
This is what we are talking about!
We did this as a way of keeping our reading varied and also having a little fun. Although Rosie is no longer with us on the blog, I am still going forth with the challenge.
There are no rules to this, nor is it required to go through each of them. This is all in fun and anyone who wants can take up the challenge with me and the post their completion of it by the end of the year.
The challenge began on January 1, 2017, and ends on December 31, 2017, at midnight. Any and every book is acceptable, and everyone is welcome to join me as I read through these.
Also, to make it more manageable, a single book can satisfy more than one challenge. Example: Wuthering Heights, is over 150 years old, as well as a classic.
If you guys want to join me, by all means, do!
Not gonna lie, I’m slightly disappointed. Ok, not slightly, I’m very disappointed.
I didn’t love this book. I wanted to, but I didn’t. It’s all made worse by the fact that some part of me knew I wouldn’t.
What I love about this series is how each book brings forth a new layer of complexity to both the plot and the characters. I love that unlike in most YA people don’t fall in love with the first people they meet. I love that there are strong female and male friendships, and they are bonds not easily broken. That is especially great since most YA seems to focus only on love interests, and here we have a friendship like Chaol and Dorian, best friends who would kill and die for each other. We have Aelin and Lysandra who are both wicked, and mean, and true to themselves and each other. I love the strong family relations too with Aelin and Aedion. There are so many great things in this book.
And it saddens me that I did not love it because there are also so many things I hated.
By Sally Thorne
My rating: ★★★★★
Published August 9th 2016 by William Morrow
Goodreads Rating : 4.35
So, that happened.
From now on any of you who would like to call me a liar, feel free to do so because I have lied to you all. A few weeks ago I published a post talking about series that I would not finish. Number one on that list was the Throne of Glass series.
I had read book one, Throne of Glass, way before it was popular. I read it weeks after its release, before everyone and their mother decided that it would be cool. And I liked it. Then I read book two, Crown of Midnight, and then I stopped. I had no intention of returning.