FANGS by Sarah Andersen is a little bit of a change of pace from my previous reviews but nonetheless still falls into fantasy (can you all guess what my genre preferences are?).
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This is the seventh and final installment of the Throne of Glass series. If you have not read the previous novels, I would not recommend reading this review as it may contain spoilers.
The final installment of the Throne of Glass series, Kingdom of Ash exceeded any and all expectations. It was a stunning, thrilling and emotional finale, ending in a gorgeous crescendo that had me breathless.
I know it's been a bit and I fell off my schedule boat a long time ago, but I’m still kicking!
I decided to continue going back to the old comics that I keep up with and thought the Bird Boy series would be another good one to introduce to you all.
I think we can all agree, 2020 was a weird, intense and emotional year for a lot of people. I had to take a step back from a lot of things in order to cope with the year and didn't get a chance to read and write as much as I would have ideally liked.
This is the sixth installment of the Throne of Glass series, and if you have not read the previous novels yet I would recommend not reading this review as it may contain spoilers.
I have to admit, I have absolutely loved the Throne of Glass series, however Tower of Dawn is my least favorite installment. That's not to say it wasn't a good book though!
Yet again another amazing book from the Throne of Glass series. This was a heart wrenching, addictive novel that I am so glad to have read. Full of twists and turns, drama and action, this fast paced book was a wild ride. Even at 700 pages, I gobbled up this book within a few days.
Fangirl was given to me by my friend Snipps, who you all may have had the pleasure of reading her latest review of Nimona and introduction on my blog. She absolutely adored the book and was absolutely convinced I would equally enjoy it. And dare I say she was correct.
Oh boy. I don’t know where to start with this one. The synopsis the editor’s wrote covers this book so well without giving it away. This may strike you as a happy, cutesy sort of comic at first, but then it smacks you around with a fish while you’re tied to a chair.
Today I'd like to discuss the difference between Young Adult (YA) and New Adult (NA). As a reader genres are important distinguishers for the books content. I am primarily a YA reader but I've begun to stumble upon the phrase "New Adult" more and more. It made me wonder, what is New Adult and how is this genre defined and different from Young Adult? Lets find out!
I’m Snipps! I’m a good friend of Julia’s and for the last few years that her blog, Fable Hunter, has been up, Julia has continually offered me the opportunity to write a blog post or series in addition to her usual posts. I’ve declined her in the past because I struggled with coming up with something I cared to share with the world in all of its glory and could express with my own true enthusiasm. In recent reflection, and what I came to realize would be a glorious addition to Fable Hunter, would be a new segment featuring comics, graphic novels, and manga!