Really enjoying this one so far!
Really enjoying this one so far. The world-building is extremely interesting and the characters are intriguing.
The beginning was strong but I didn't like the ending, it felt like I got to the end and nothing was resolved. What was the point of the story? It was a creative setting and some parts were really exciting, but overall my feeling is Meh.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and the narrative voice is one of the best I've ever read. It felt unique with some elements of a western and gentle spirituality that doesn't feel heavy-handed like so much "inspirational fiction" is. I'll be recommending it to a lot of people I know.
This book was fascinating and portrayed historical figures as actual people rather than the one-dimensional characters in a history textbook. Recommended to anyone who wants to know about the Revolution.
Benedict Arnold was a badass.
Library hold came in and I'm looking forward to starting this one.
Another great installment in the Inspector Gamache series. I found this one to be the most interesting so far.
Taking a little break from new books to catch up on some comfort re-reading.
I really enjoyed this book. Felt different from A Homemade Life (less nostalgic) but I loved reading everything related to opening the restaurant from an honest and relatable narrator. Plus, recipes!
I enjoyed this book, though it felt a little disjointed at times. I liked books 1 and 2 of the series better but this one moved the story along and I'm looking forward to reading book 4.
I loved A Homemade Life so I'm looking forward to starting this one.
I LOVED this book. It was exactly what I wanted for the end of a trilogy, the best of all 3 books and a great conclusion to the storyline. One of the best series I've read in a long time.
I think this is my favorite so far in the series. More backstory on central characters and a beautiful setting. Looking forward to the next one.
I liked this one even better than the first 2 in the series. It's nice to return to the same characters and follow along with their lives.
A really great sequel to Red Rising with a much larger scope and more world-building. I liked how the political aspects were discussed and Darrow is a great example of a flawed protagonist. Fair warning, it's a very sad book with a ton of violence and a really high kill-count.