It has been approximately 10 minutes since I finished A Court of Mist and Fury. Coherent thoughts are a struggle at the moment. This book took every emotion I had — and a few I didn’t know existed — and proceeded to crush, mend, and crush them again. The last time I felt so emotional over a book was when I […]
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week we’re talking about books that we’ve changed our feelings about over time. I have a few that were childhood favorites likely to never be touched again, and others than will always remain favorites.
What books have you changed feelings about?
Late (K)night Chats is a new series on NovelKnight dedicated to discussions and ramblings that come about from the late hours of the evening (or early hours of morning if you like to look at it that way). I have a tendency to stay up well past when I should, contemplating this or that, so now you can join in! Background […]
10 Reasons You Love Your Fave Genre This might be a little too similar to my 7 Reasons I Read My Favorite Genre posted back in February but here it goes! Dragons. Always dragons. Magic (duh). Cross-dressing strong heroines. Epic adventures (sometimes on a global scale). The hero doesn’t always get everything. A whole new world! And another! And another! Mythology is still […]
It’s that time in the series where the plot either needs to really drive it home or flounder and fail. I’m happy to report that Gathering Darkness brought its A-game. I’ve kept with this series so far with the hopes that Rhodes would stop with the predictable fantasy deal and bring something new to the field. Not only was this book […]
Happy birthday to, well, me. Because who doesn’t want to celebrate their own birthday? And for mine, I decided that since I just bought myself a new Kindle (the old one has long since died and gone to eReader heaven), I should share the reading love with all of you! This giveaway is open internationally (as long as the Book Depository […]
We return to the three kingdoms of Auranos, Paelsia, and Limeros to follow the four heroes set forth in the previous book, Falling Kingdoms. A lot has changed since the start of book 1, including total disruption of order in Auranos and the king of Limeros taking over the continent. But if I’m being completely honest, I finished this book in […]