1. Well, actually I wasn't even born. Matisse, the cat, was 2 years old when I arrived 😁
2. I'm thankful that my friends don't hate me even if I have to cancel the appointment at the very last because of an extraordinary work's meeting that took too long 😣😔
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It's one of the best book I've read this year.
I truly loved it and I can't wait to catch the other books (here in Italy are available this and the second one only, in case I will read them in english).
I'm totally hooked up by this universe and Sebastien de Castell is a great storyteller.
He put a spell on me with the first sentence 😍
Highly recommended!! ❤❤
#recommendsday #ferius #nolady #spellslinger #sebastiendecastell #fantasy #magic
This was so much fun and an entertaining read from page 1. Now I totally get it why this series is so popular. Can't wait to continue reading ☺️
Sorry I‘ve been MIA with migraines. This week I‘ve re-listened to the Spellslinger series. I‘ve enjoyed it more this time around. Still haven‘t listen to the final book in the series that was released in December. I thought book 5 Queenslayer was the final book.
A YA fantasy series by Sebastian De Castell that I absolutely adore. If you like the Greatcoat books by the same author you'll enjoy these!
#Scarathlon #TeamStoker (1 point)
Well not everything is pictured here but I‘ve read 41 books in August which is ridiculously awesome. I binged The Selection series on audio which isn‘t pictured as are a couple others.
Here‘s my breakdown:
* 25 library books * 11 graphic novels
* 4 review books
* 10 physical TBR books
* 20 audiobooks
Very hard to pick a favorite but I‘m looking forward to reading more of the Spellslinger series next month.
Look at these beauties! 😍
Sadly it is high time I return them to the library. If I‘m lucky they‘ll have found book 5 for me. The sixth and final book will be out later this year. Maybe I‘ll just have to buy a full set for our non-existent spare shelf space. 😬😆
This was great! I needed a series I can binge even though the last one isn‘t out until Fall 😫. Reichis might be my new favorite talking animal sidekick!!
Torn on this one, and not just because it‘s the first in what appears to be a series of six books (I think four are out). There‘s magic and intrigue but sometimes it feels like it took too long to get anywhere. I liked the end and figure I‘ll try the second to see how it goes.
When your child has a towering TBR and is going to spend the Easter break making a good dent in it but gets sidetracked by a pretty cover that turns out to be the first in a long series, and it is so good she tells you to put aside your own, even more towering, TBR and read this series - right now!
#BooknerdProblems #thestruggleisreal #raisingreaders will explode your tbr 🤣
Man...I was so excited that work was dead tonight so I could get back home to this book. I'm reeeeeeeally enjoying it! Shoulda seen it coming since I enjoyed the authors previous books so much.
I was in such a hurry to get home that I forgot to get marshmallows. My hot chocolate feels naked. 🙈
I hope these don't suck cuz I just bought all 3 (4th one releases this December). 😂
I'm pretty confident they won't, I loved Castell's Greatcoat series sooo.... 🤞
Totally enjoyed this fun magical world where our hero has no magic and survives by his wits - and gets sharper as things progress. The tone is humorous and the dialogue quick but there are big secrets and serious fight scenes. And his squirrel cat sidekick is a wonderfully grumpy kick in the pants - no fuzzy familiar here! Already grabbed the next book in the series - the ending was not too cliffhangery but totally set up for more adventures!
I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THIS BOOK!
The magic, politics, mystery, backstabbing, selfish acts, dialogue--everything was amazing. The magic was particularly cool and I lived that the main character wasn't just hiding all his powers and they are unlocked and he becomes the savour thing. It's so refreshing. The elder roles are played by 2 HILARIOUS women with some killer dialogue and wisdom.
I'm also a sucker for hidden family secrets so this was killer!
Another one I bought fully based on the cover and it's only a duology so not a big take on if I do want to continue the series.
Unfortunately, I can't seem to find a physical copy anywhere but Book Depository so I thought I'd try the audiobook and decide if it's worth the month wait for delivery of it and the sequel.
This gorgeous bastard of a book has been torturing me to stray from my reading plans and dive in.
I inset a photo of the gal upside down on the cover - I think she looks like an ass-kicking gal I will enjoy!
It is also part of my new obsession with buying beautiful #Goldsboro Books editions....