When they painted Heretics on our barn and set fire to it, I thought that was the worst it could get. Until they sent the dragons. But they didn’t count on us having dragons of our own. And they certainly didn’t count on Her. Our Great Mage. The Bringer of Fire. The Storm of Death.... Continue Reading →
This ARC was provided by NetGalley and Central Avenue Publishing in exchange for an honest review. The Goblins of Bellwater was inspired by the poem "Goblin Market" by Christina Rossetti. I ended up reading some of the poem after I finished the book, and I think the story accurately captured some of the creepiness of... Continue Reading →
Think of this as my digital series bible chapter on Six of Crows. Warning: This is a work in progress. This will probably not be a complete post until I finish reading the book and anything in this is subject to change. I would also like to mention that as this is a discussion of the book, there will be spoilers.
First off, RANT: Why did they trick me like this? For those of you reading on a Kindle, be aware THE BOOK ENDS AT 58% THE REST IS PREVIEWS FOR OTHER BOOKS. I found myself thinking the story would last a while longer and while it did have a complete ending that made sense the... Continue Reading →
The book is about a princess named Lia, who in the beginning of the book is about to be put into an arranged marriage with someone she's never met. She decides last minute she's not going to do it and she runs off with her best friend to a small village to live out the... Continue Reading →
I'll first start out with a brief description of the world this series takes place in. The first thing is that the world itself is hugely different from our own. The continent is separated by a wall; this wall was put up after a human-fae war as a last resort to separate the races... Continue Reading →
We first meet our MC Celaena at a death camp named Endovier. We have a brief glimpse of the terrible conditions before she is dragged to meet the crowned prince Dorian Havilliard. He gives her an offer she can't refuse: fight to become the King's Champion, win, and after four years of service she would... Continue Reading →