As much as it pains me to say it, I don't think it's going to workout between me and Shea Ernshaw. One of those it's not you, it's me, but actually it probably is you type of relationships. How do I know this? Because I broke one of my cardinal reading rules to get to the last page.
Welcome to Write, Read, Repeat's stop on the blog tour for Sara B. Larson's latest fantasy novel, SISTERS OF SHADOW AND LIGHT. I'd like to thank Tor Teen for the e-Arc and FFBC Tours for the opportunity to join the tour for this fantastic book! And if you're wanting to get your hands on a copy, I've got a link below to win a copy!
Happy Halloween, folks! Ah ... October. My favourite month for many reasons, the least being the number of fantastic books I read within its 31 days.
Right. Well. I need to just accept the fact that I might be about to embarrass myself by writing this review, because I finished THE GRACE YEAR ten minutes ago, and I am speechless. In the best way possible.
Was this as advertised? Mmmm ... Not exactly. Did I enjoy this? Damned straight I did. Vampires are back and I can't believe how impossibly here I am for it.
Now that I've finished the Shadow and Bones series—a few years behind the pack—I thought it might not be a bad idea to look at the other series that I've missed out on. These could be ones already completed or well on their way to done, but they're all series I've yet to pick up, despite wanting to. Come! Yell at me for missing out and make me feel worse.
Wooooow is all I can say to myself right now. Because what else does one say when they let a series they kind of loved sit on their shelf for literal years? This series got better and better with each book and I am now firmly a Leigh Bardugo fan.