This book is a compilation of the novellas leading up to Maas’s Throne Of Glass series, and WOW they are good.
I couldn’t put the book down; the plots were fabulous, each short story weaving into the next, and I loved Celaena’s exciting life as an assassin.
I’ve got the Throne of Glass eBook on request at my local library and I can’t wait to read more in this thrilling, girl-powered series!
This story is absolutely fantastic. The plot pulled me in and the eloquent writing was just magical.
There was one line which I loved: ‘…books have to be heavy because the whole world’s inside them,’ It really rang true with me, and it’s such a beautiful quote.
I didn’t want to put Ink Heart down, and I’m now desperate to get my hands on the next two books in the trilogy.
This book really gripped me, practically forcing me to keep turning the pages. The writing made it feel like a completely different world at times, and then at other times the story felt as real as anything; in a way, the contrast made me like the book all the more.
Tess Turner was an interesting character, and her sarcastic comments to herself and ‘Mr Goldfish’ cracked me up. I will definitely look out for more of Pitcher’s works.
The Wolf Wilder is a must-read for everyone. The plot, the characters, and the amazing illustrations by Gelrev Ongbico all came together to make this one of the best books I read this month.
I was transported to a snowy Russia, and felt like I was roaming across the countryside with Feo, Ilya and the wolves.
It was just such a magical book, and I loved every second of it.
I had grabbed this one from my local library without reading the blurb; just going on the fact that it was by Marita and I loved her Irish famine series. I was not disappointed!
The story was told by Lucie, writing letters to her dead mother as a way of expressing herself and dealing with her mom’s recent death. The story was so sweet and poignant, and the way it was written through letters made it really personal.
I may have shed a tear or two at the end, and I really grew to care for Lucie and her family. It was such a wonderful book.