So this isn't as good as her Crowns Game book but it was better than the Crown's Fate.
I think it struggled at the beginning and the middle it was difficult to see why this wasn't like every other YA fantasy out there but it really did hit its stride in the last 1/3 or so. I REALLY liked the ending. It was logical and not "too clean" which is something I always complain about.
I went into this book very hopeful because I liked Skye‘s last series. It took a little while for the world building to get into swing for me, because it was pretty vast and there was a lot of language to learn. But the characters were great from the start and by the end I was really into it all.
Book discussed in February YA book club at BookMarkPR.Description well summarized in book blurb "Apprentice warriors of the Society of Taigas trained in magic & fighting arts to protect Kingdom of Kichona".Four apprentices will fight to protect Kichona before training is completed.This goes from so-so to ok.I enjoyed the beginning but I wasn't prepare to see a son of a god? fighting?really?You will see also YA romance 3/3.3⭐️Fairyloot edition❤️
📚 The books I plan reading in March. I've read The Wicked King, which I loved and the Graceling which was meh.
📖 I'll read Escaping From Houdini and My Plane Jane this weekend and finish Nevernight!
🎥💻 There will be a live show for Circle of Shadows with youtubers Kivox and Meekachii. They are awesome, I love watching their videos!
I already read The Wicked King, which I loved.
Now that I have to choose my second book to read, I can't decide which one. I tried to read Truthwitch and Nevernight before but I can't get pass the first chapter.
Have you read any of these books? What are your thoughts? Which one do you recommend I read next? 🤗🙂📚📖🐶🐶🐶
P.S. 3 dog emojies because I'm relaxing on the couch with my furry babies. ❤❤❤
I read this as part of the FairyLoot readalong and I'm having a hard time rating it. Altough it was a page-turner I found the world building lacking and I wasn't impressed with the magic system. Also, there were some things that just didn't make sense to me. That being said, I still really enjoyed the book and want to see what happens next. I just think the story had a lot more potential - good thing it's a series. 😉
Just finished this and I really liked it. It was fast paced and I love a good fantasy series. I did have one thing I don‘t like and I will explain it in the comments because it is a spoiler.
in all honesty I wasn't keen to start with..it felt like it was all over the place with different views each chapter so I was finding it hard to really sink my teeth in like I wanted to....but.... I'm a stubborn person, and it does even out beautifully and the jumble to start with was needed. It's safe to say I absolutely ADORE this book, and I may just be head over heels in love with Wolf and... I kinda have a soft spot for Prince Gin too
I'm not sure how I feel about this book really. It had parts i really enjoyed but also equal amount of parts i was just blah about. I didn't enjoy the characters too much, not much connection between me and them. Except for Daemon and his natural blue hair, his character really intrigued me. I would read the 2nd book whenever its released to see what's up with him and his backstory. Hopefully more questions I have are answered in the 2nd book. 3 ⭐