I've read this when I was a kid. It's as good as I remember and it was quite entertaining even though my memory was refreshed with the new show.
Definitely worth reading more than once.
This ended much sooner than it was supposed to. Someone give me a sequel stat!
Loved it! Loved Cinder, Kai, Iko, Peony... can't wait to see where the story will lead us.
I really liked the similarities between Cinder and Cinderella. They were quite smartly written in the story.
Fully action packed from the very beginning and until the end.
I think this must be the first book in the series that didn't end with a huge cliffhanger that would want me to zap myself into the future. I am still looking forward to read the next book, because this series is just that good.
I loved Alex's presence in the book, especially because she is and probably always will be one of my all time favorite characters from JLA's books.
Oh Sethie what have you done...
My two favorite demigods finally met! I was soooo excited I couldn't get myself to keep reading which was kind of ruining the moment because I wanted to know how would their first interaction go.
Loved it. Literally read 280 pages in a day because I couldn't put it down.
Sarah did it again! She wrote another masterpiece. This book was so carefully crafted and the story brilliantly thought out.
There were tears of happiness and sadness, there was so much fear and anxiety but no matter all that, there was a kind of ending that wouldn't leave me entirely furious if the series ended. I will, however, start counting down the days until the next book comes out immediately.
Holy Gods! This was amazing. Such a fast and intense read. I am lucky to have the sequel close by!
I liked Covenant a lot, especially Alex's character. I am glad she wasn't completely ignored but was quite highly acknowledged.
Also, Jen, your modern references are on point. They made me laugh every single time.
To be honest, I expected more but it was still an entertaining book. However, I do believe it could be 100-150 pages shorter because some parts of story were boring, but I hope those parts will be of importance in a sequel...
This was 100 times better than Glass Sword!
I have to admit, after Glass Sword I lost a lot of excitement for this series, but luckily King's Cage was perfect!
It was interesting, action fueled, full of twist throughout the whole book. I absolutely loved it!
Also, I am really glad we got Evangeline's POV chapters, because now that I understand her and her intentions, she might be one of my favorite characters.
Without a doubt one of my favorite books I've ever read.
There was always something going on, but never too much that would make everything confusing or bored even.
Some of my favorite characters come from this book now and I will definitely re-read it when I get my own copy.
Also, I had no idea I would love political schemes so much. Maybe even a bit too much!
My current read.
I started Elantris yesterday and I couldn't stop reading it. It's been a while since I could lose myself completely in a book. I love this feeling. It feels great!
Definitely an interesting read. I haven't read a book like that before.
Although, I do feel that because of the way the story was conducted, there were too much holes, too much unfinished and unexplained business.
However, I have to admit it felt refreshing to read a book which story was actually made from a lot of different interviews.
Give it a chance if you like Zombie/war/strategy kind of stories.
This was great! Highly enjoyable read and I would definitely recommend it.
The book's ending or better yet the events toward the ending will stay with me for quite a while, making me think about it and making me figure out how could I miss so many (now) obvious details.
I've loved it! I love the characters, I love that it's different than the show but yet just enough similar.
Ending was perfect! I would very much like another book but at least this one didn't end with an enormous cliffhanger like Homecoming did.
You can really see Kass' growth through the books as a writer and a storyteller. I am really glad to have been part of this journey.
This book is incredibly witty and has the most relatable main character I've encountered in a while. The book is written intelligently and it's funny. Story is mostly light but it also touches a couple of dark subjects (grief, anxiety, etc.). I loved the ending and am really looking forward to reading the sequel.
A fun read with interesting and very welcoming plot twist.