It's beautiful and cute. I adore it. 🥰
I've been really enjoying these Lumberjane novels. This one highlights Ripley and their quest to protect a mysterious egg.
So I've read 3 volumes of Ten Count by the same creator. Loved volume 1, wasn't sure about 2, and then massively disliked 3 so didn't continue. But I wanted to give this series a try and I really liked it but I'll still read the next two volumes with caution. #readathon 😊
I started this at the end of last October and I picked it back up again to finish it. I definitely had to be in the mood for this one. It's detailed and atmospheric plus it's clever but brutal. This is set in the England of Henry II and children are being brutally murdered. Jews are being blamed but the king wants the truth. So he summons two doctors from Salerno. 🎃 #spookyreads
I read the first novella months ago and then picked up this bind-up from the library. I read the short story and then didn't stop until I finished the 2nd and 3rd novellas. It was bizarre and amazing. Sometimes painful. Like many, I thought it could have been expanded further.
I liked this one.
I wasn't that into Percy Jackson or any of Chokshi's YA series but this one was interesting and funny. Seeing Aru and Mini interacting with and within Indian mythology was a treat.
I'm not in a rush to read the next book but I still want to eventually.
This series gets better and better with each volume. Robert comes home to England from India so he can pursue the man who killed his mentor. Charlotte had a crush on him when they were kids. And with the help of her friend (a main character from a previous book) she has to save the king from a French plot. (More stuff in my blog review.)