🌟🌟🌟🌟 soo good can't wait to start the next book ☺️☺️☺️
This book was slow at first but picked up very quickly. I laughed, cursed, cried, and yelled but I definitely loved alot of the parts in this book. The world building and character development was wonderful. I truly enjoyed the adventure this book took me on. Now on to book 2.
Here are my bookish plans for the weekend.
I've been starting and stopping 'Salem's Lot over the last few weeks but my copy of The Shining came in and I want to get to it so I need to get this book finished! I also want to get House of Earth and Blood refreshed before the next book comes out next week!
I won't finish all, but as long as I start I'll be happy 😊
So I‘ll be honest this was a bit of an uphill climb for the first half of this book. I was motivated to read it since I‘m currently home with COVID😷 I will say that it was a clever book with many unexpected twists and turns that made the second half easy to read through (took me two days!) I am gonna make this a pick because I did enjoy it outside some nitpicking that I have about the writing style.
I‘ve been in a bit of a reading slump. So much going on and no me time.. but just received a copy of this to re-read prior to the release of ‘House of sky and breath‘. Finally looking forward to reading again!
It‘s the first day of winter. Is it cold where you are? It‘s actually a little chilly here today.
My most anticipated book this winter is House of Earth and Blood. I really think this could be one of my favorite Sarah J Maas books. I can‘t wait to get my hands on it. What book are you anticipating?
My Most Anticipated Releases: https://wildwoodreads.com/2021/12/21/my-winter-anticipated-book-releases/
OK, so here is my May wrapup. This month I DNF‘d two books and reread four. My top book of the month was House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas and I would have to say that my least favorite of the month was Dark Hunt by Kim Richardson, though that‘s not including the two DNF‘s.
This was unusual for Sarah J Maas because there was several deaths at the beginning. There is a lot of sexual talk that got uncomfortable and even a little morbid. There is likable characters and depth. The political situations lost me, the love story excited me, and the dealing with the trauma of loss seemed real. If you read this go slow and be attentive. I got lost because I read it in a busy time in my life.
This book reminded me exactly why I hate reading incomplete series! How long am I supposed to sit around waiting for news about these characters?! I love them, and miss them too much already! What are they doing right now? Are they thinking of me?🥺 #obssessed
Been reading a LOT of SJM - read House of Earth and Fire last month and the whole ACOTAR series this month (previously I had only read book 1). I've read Assassin's Blade before but think I will have to tackle the Throne of Glass series yet.
I ended up LOVING Crescent City book 1 and ACOMAF most, do you have a favorite?
Happy April! March was a great reading month but here‘s hoping that April is even better!
Sarah J. Maas is an auto-buy author for me. (I can hear Sara and Ashley snickering right now because I DO have a lot of auto-buy authors . . . but seriously, I've pre-ordered every Maas book since her first.) I had pre-ordered House of Earth and Blood as soon as I could, but I didn't pick it up to read it immediately. It's 800ish pages, and I wanted to be able to read without stress or tons of interruptions.⠀⬇️
WOW..this ended up being a way better read then I was expecting!! In true Maas style the main protagonist is female and there is a large cast of characters and very surprisingly there's a lack of things her other books are renown for 😉 cannot wait for the next instalment
I don‘t normally preorder books, but the little sample I read had me interested enough to do so! Love this cover also! Plus getting a book way after you paid for it, kind of feels like a present to yourself! 😂
Now to finish the many books I‘m currently reading so I can start this one!
Let me just say: I do not consider myself a Maas fangirl. I burned right through ACOTAR (I definitely DO consider myself a Rhysand fangirl). I had a like-hate relationship with the Throne of Glass series.
BUT... I downloaded the first 5 chapters of this new book on NetGalley, read it, and immediately preordered the book.
Officially excited for March 3.
Yes!!! I cannot wait for this!!! 😍😍😍😍😍