Rereading The Mortal Instruments Books 5-6

City of Lost Souls City of Lost Souls is definitely tied with City of Heavenly Fire for my favorite book in the series. The plot is great and the character development is equally fantastic. Sometimes I forget why Jonathan Morgenstern is such a scary villain, but then I reread this book and I remember. He […]

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Rereading The Mortal Instruments Books 1-4

I love reading new books, but I love rereading my favorite books just as much. It might be my terrible memory, but I always forget little details, and sometimes major ones, and when I reread a book it’s almost like I’m reading it again for the first time. One of the book series I reread […]

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Review: The Fallen World Series by Laura Thalassa

The Fallen World Series by Laura Thalassa The Queen of All that Dies: 3 stars The Queen of Traitors: 3.5 stars The Queen of All that Lives: 3 stars Finally I am out of my reading slump, and suddenly I’ve found myself a new favorite author: Laura Thalassa. Last year I read her novel Pestilence, […]

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Review: The Grisha Trilogy by Leigh Bardugo

Finally, after years of putting it off, I decided to pick up Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo, the first in the Grisha Trilogy. I bought Shadow and Bone over two years ago, and for two years it had sat on my shelf, untouched except for when I was reorganizing. So, what did I think of this beloved trilogy? For me it rides the line between fine and good. It was okay. Is it spectacular? No. Is it overhyped? In my opinion, which might be an unpopular one, yes.

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Review: Mirage by Somaiya Daud

Mirage is a wonderfully written story of rebellion, deceit, and slow-burn romance.

Amani’s world has been conquered by the cruel Vathek empire, and one day Amani is forced to become the secret body double to the Princess Maram. Mirage was such a delightful book to read. I could feel the tension and stress that Amani could as she tried to be a successful body double and impersonator. I was nearly holding my breath during every interaction she had…

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Review: A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J Maas

I have heard lots of bad and disappointed reviews for this book. Personally, I did not have a problem with it. ACOFAS is a short novella. Its purpose is to bridge the gap between the first trilogy and the books to come. It is meant to give readers a glimpse into the lives of our favorite characters while they are enjoying their peaceful lives after the war. For me, ACOFAS did what it set out to. It was a short, fun read. I enjoyed seeing my favorite characters relaxing and having fun instead of fighting for their lives. I’m grateful that SJM even gave this book to us. Finally, I am excited for the books to come…

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