Hello fellow bookies. I hope you enjoyed my September Roundup. I am still looking but if you know of any place online that will buy books back, drop a comment below and let me know. 🙂 I hate just keeping them lying around or to give them to libraries where they may or may not get read.
**WARNING: I tried not to give anything away but there could be slight spoilers**
Book RoundUp-October 2018
Take a quick look at all of the books I read in October, my thoughts, and feel free to share your own thoughts, whether you have read or want to read any of these. Oh by the way, I am on Goodreads.
If you have read the other books in the Grishaverse series, you will enjoy this book of short stories. While this is not a continuation of the Grisha Trilogy, it is full of interesting stories that feature the Grisha back when they were in hiding and feared. The book reminds me of a darker twist on Aesop`s fables.The stories show specific morals, but the lessons are learned with dire consequences. A small, but very cool feature, there is artwork throughout the book. When a story begins, the art starts out small and begins to frame the entire page as the story grows. At the end of each story, there is a fully finished illustration.
Short Review: Love this book!
This book sort of reminds me of Sarah J. Maas` A Court of Thorns and Roses series except it is modern-day. The main character discovers things about herself, such as being fae, and is caught up in the Faery world. There she discovers a new type of Fae who threatens the existence of the Fae world and courts. When she finally returns home she is faced to uphold her end of a bargain with a dangerous Fae prince and forced to return to the Fae world to face a queen who is at war against her own court.
Short Review: Excited to continue the series but wary.
This book was very unique, I loved the end result. I am slightly concerned about how the series will progress as I think of the story as being a single book, but I guess we will see. This book is full of mystery and interesting creatures, each with their own unique “abilities”, for lack of a better word. On Goodreads, as the books progress they seem to get more and more stars so I am really excited to see where the story goes from here and what happens next.
Short Review: Wow! Like Foster`s Home for Imaginary Friends gone dark.
Oh. My. Goodness. The heart-wrenching end to the Throne of Glass series. Finally, the seventh book is here and I was both excited and distraught. The story finally comes to a close so it`s a little bittersweet. Prepare yourself for a whirlwind of emotions throughout and give yourself plenty of time because you will not be able to put this book down.
Short Review: One word- UNBELIEVABLE.
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