I loved this book! It was interesting from start to finish which made it very easy to get through. I‘ve never read a book with a blind main character before 💛
Such a bittersweet thing to finish a series you love. The Throne of Glass series has easily become one of my favorites and I‘m sad it‘s come to an end after 2 months. I absolutely loved these books! This one especially had me crying tears of sadness and joy. HIGHLY recommend #throneofglass #sjm #tog
Another book for my AP class, but I was surprisingly happy with it. The author is pretty funny, and the whole book was very insightful. I‘d definitely recommend if you want to expand your reading experience!
I caved! I‘m reading the Throne of Glass series in the midst of all my exams 🤦🏽♀️ I couldn‘t wait any longer. Assassin‘s Blade is a prequel to the series but I decided to read it first so I could have it in chronological order. I absolutely loved it and I‘m already into the next book!
Such a great pick! It‘s been on my TBR for a while and I loved it! Addie makes a deal with a god to live for as long as she wants, but the price is that she will never be remembered. The book switches between past and present as well as pov‘s. Definitely recommend 👍🏼!
Ok I have been looking online for a while and I‘ve seen nothing. But I really want to make one of those book nooks for my bookshelf that‘s an acotar theme. Has anyone seen one or have any ideas? (This is what I‘m talking about for those who don‘t know 📸)
I had to read this for my AP Lang class. I would never have read this on my own. The book was very insightful and made me aware of a lot of injustice in our “justice” system, but it took me a while to sit down and read it through. This was probably because it was outside my comfort zone so please don‘t let me deter you from reading this if you‘re interested.