Rereading this before I read the sequel. Sometimes I wish there was a site I could use to read a quick recap.
Really on a reading streak. Wow. Finished Legendary. I think I like it more than caraval 5⭐️. Also finished One Of Us is Lying and We Were Liars. Didn‘t like these books as much as I thought I would I could see the plot twists from a mile away. Both probably level out at 2⭐️. Starting Defy the Night. Let‘s take a second to appreciate the cover. I am in love🥰
After disliking the first Cursebreaker book I never continued on with the series. I am so happy I gave this book a chance. I absolutely loved it! A spin on Robin Hood and Zorro tales with a fantastic storyline that I never wanted to put down. I loved the characters and I love how the author compared the politics of running a kingdom. I can't wait for the next book!
I love Brigid Kemmerer. I do. And I didn‘t think this book was unenjoyable. But it also wasn‘t an exciting read for me. I found more than one component easy to predict and I didn‘t feel especially invested in any of the characters. The path was too familiar and the tone of the characters felt so much like the characters from The Cursebreakers series.
What do you do when Chaos is nipping at your kingdom's heels? When the air is rife with political intrigue, insurrection, betrayl & quite possibly, an all out assault on the crown? Who's in the right? Are reparations due? This book shows that those answers aren't always cut & dry. It was great at showing every POV. We got to see the woes & drama of ruling a sick & desperate country. This book is filled with tropey clichés yet I highly recommend it
I manage to squeeze in 3 books that were not Halloween or the team subject related but I loved them all.
I can't wait to read Defy the Night sequel.
OUABH was magical. I love that world. I hope the author can write more books involve in that world
Six Crimson Cranes was also really interesting. There's Dragon in it. The story is also unique. I had never read a book like this before.
A new series from this author and I really liked it. Sort of Robin Hood scenario but instead of money they steal medicine to help the poor. There is a deadly sickness and Tessa is trying to help. The King and Prince are not liked by their people. There is romance and fantasy, YA book.
This book ALSO was released today, and I feel bad that my excitement over Empire of the Vampire is overshadowing all other book arrivals right now! 😂
But truly, I AM really happy this one came today too! Plus, that cover is freaking amazing, right?!