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Monday 29 July 2013

Review: Indelible by Dawn Metcalf (Love gone wrong)

Indelible (The Twixt, #1)
Title: Indelible
Author: Dawn Metcalf
Series: The Twixt
Book #: 1
Pages: 384
Reading Level: YA
Book Rating: Photobucket
Goodreads Rating: 3.72
T.B.Published: Jul. 30th, 2013.

Some things are permanent.


And they cannot be changed back.

Joy Malone learns this the night she sees a stranger with all-black eyes across a crowded room—right before the mystery boy tries to cut out her eye. Instead, the wound accidentally marks her as property of Indelible Ink, and this dangerous mistake thrusts Joy into an incomprehensible world—a world of monsters at the window, glowing girls on the doorstep, and a life that will never be the same.

Now, Joy must pretend to be Ink’s chosen one—his helper, his love, his something for the foreseeable future...and failure to be convincing means a painful death for them both. Swept into a world of monsters, illusion, immortal honor and revenge, Joy discovers that sometimes, there are no mistakes.

Somewhere between reality and myth lies…


Taschima's POV:


I really wanted this book to be on my "favorites" shelf. That cover looks amazing, and it has a good premise, but sadly it tried to hard to be one of the cool kids.

Indelible had both its good aspects and its bad. On one hand it was entertaining, moved at a brisk pace, and it was very action packed. Plus it had one character in particular who was very endearing. On the other hand the world was underdeveloped (or maybe it was so developed that it didn't make any sense as in we were just supposed to get it) and the plot was slightly anticlamatic. I've read it has been described as "unnecessarily complicated" and I would have to agree 100% with this statement.

Indelible was very strange, and confusing. I still don't know what in the hell the Twist is, or where the hell the council is sticking their heads in (or what they do most of the time other than stalk humans and mark them without their consent) for them NOT to even notice what the evil wench was planning. I still don't understand the whole magic aspect of this book because to me there was just a bunch of claiming and no explaining. In order for someone to have your signaturae (or whatever) they have to accept it willingly (I think?), but our main character was claimed four different times from different people all against her will. Overall it was a huge what the fuck, and when something was tried to be explained it was only made more confusing.

Which brings me to the "world" part. There was an otherworld in these pages, it was just not explained very thoroughly. The only glimpses you get of it is whenever Ink and Joy pop in to visit Graus Claude (a weird polished monster with 4 hands and a butler with biceps- monster was short of an English accent) in his weird office, and even then I am not totally positive if that was an otherworld or just England or something because it was not explained! On one instance I heard talk about Joy getting a plane ticket back to her home so that makes me think the office was in "her world" but then every time they went to this "office" time would stand still on Joy's side of the fence, allowing Ink to impress the girl by catching a gallon of milk suspended in the air. I know I'm rambling but I am just trying to understand what the hell is going on. Let's just say there was poor world building.

Joy was your typical teenager with problems, and she loved to boast about them. I didn't connect with her, and for the most part just felt annoyed by her. Her "insta love" with Ink to me was born out of her neediness for someone to make her their center of their universe than anything else. So no, I was not impressed by the "love" in Indelible. By the end I would have been totally okay with Joy being left behind and Ink moving on to find someone he could actually have a future with. Ink is invisible to everybody. No one can see him, not even if he wanted to make himself known. So Joy's parents can't see him, nor her best friend, nor anybody! If they were to be caught making out you would see Joy in a curious position with herself.


Which leads me to my next question, if a virgin has sex with a boy invisible to the rest of the world does said love making count? If a tree falls but no one is there to witness it does it make a sound? Not that the subject of sex was ever an issue when it came to Joy and Ink because as Joy clearly stated in the novel:
"It's not like that," she said. "It's not about sex."
To which her "best friend" replied:
"Not about sex?"
Ink was interesting to read about. I liked his character, I believe he was the only one I really liked because he was interesting and original. Joy is dating the invisible kid, who by the way happens to be the most clueless virgin of them all. He has lived AEONS without "claiming" a human of his own, until one faithful night he notices Joy, she notices him, and he tries to take her eyes out as a souvenir. What made him notice Joy? I do not know. He just did, and she happened to look back. Ink was like a little kid, learning how to be human on the outside as well as the inside. I would read more if only to see how he does and how he grows. I am not attracted to him, nor do I think about him in any romantic way. I couldn't, he is just so clueless and vulnerable. Though that does not mean he is dumb or easily intimidated, I believe he took someone's heart out in one instance so beware of the confused virgin!

The ending...


There was a lot going on. A fierce battle, monsters killing monsters. The bay guy finally revealed, laughing in a corner because it thinks it's invincible. There was a ward, there were signaturae, and Ink was tragically hurt. By this point I was so far gone though that all I wanted was to get to the ending to see how it all was going to turn out.

Also what the hell was the FLASH! FLASH! all about? Other than fricking annoying that is, and distracting.

All in all, hit and a miss when it comes to me anyways. I didn't think the world building was strong, and the characters didn't catch my interest (other than Ink, him I would like to see grow). The cover is stunning and it is a weird novel but I think it tried to bite off more than it could chew. It has a lot of potential to be great with a bit more of intricate world, not to mention character, building. It was more superficial than truly captivating. While it lasted I was entertained but this does not mean I will be running to the nearest bookstore when the sequel comes out.

Did I mention I really wanted to love this novel?

ARC acquired via BEA in exchange for an honest review.

Sunday 28 July 2013

Review: The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon -can the hype be believed?

The Bone Season
Title: The Bone Season
Author: Samantha Shannon
Series: The Bone Season
Book #: 1
Pages: 480
Reading Level: YA (?)- NA (?)
Book Rating: Photobucket
Goodreads Rating: 4.02
T.B.Published: Aug. 20th, 2013.

It is the year 2059. Several major world cities are under the control of a security force called Scion. Paige Mahoney works in the criminal underworld of Scion London, part of a secret cell known as the Seven Seals. The work she does is unusual: scouting for information by breaking into others’ minds. Paige is a dreamwalker, a rare kind of clairvoyant, and in this world, the voyants commit treason simply by breathing.

But when Paige is captured and arrested, she encounters a power more sinister even than Scion. The voyant prison is a separate city—Oxford, erased from the map two centuries ago and now controlled by a powerful, otherworldly race. These creatures, the Rephaim, value the voyants highly—as soldiers in their army.

Paige is assigned to a Rephaite keeper, Warden, who will be in charge of her care and training. He is her master. Her natural enemy. But if she wants to regain her freedom, Paige will have to learn something of his mind and his own mysterious motives.

Taschima's POV:

Samantha Shannon is not the next J.K. Rowling, but this isn't necessarily a bad thing. Sure everybody wants to read the next Harry Potter series, but truth is there is only one. What Samantha Shannon has been able to create resonates more to me with authors like Cassandra Clare, the way she created her world and characters. The Bone Season has great characters, a fascinating plot, and good writing. Overall it was a no brainer why this young author got that 7 book deal, she totally deserves it.

I can definitely see how this book is such a big deal around these parts, and how it got such a huge deal. While slowly paced for the most part it still manages to pack a punch. It felt very mature, much more than the rest of the YA novels out today. Maybe it's just the author's way of writing the story, but The Bone Season felt not quite YA, more like NA on the precipice of becoming a flesh out adult novel.

While there is no witty banter (sigh, I am a sucker for that, that would have made it a 5 star) the world created is fleshed out and has layers to it. It isn't simply futuristic London that might as well just be like the London of today, but it is placed in a completely different historical time line. The plot is very interesting and I cannot wait to see how exactly this series is going to be fleshed out to cover 7 books. There must be a plan already worked out, and I think I can trust miss Shannon to truly give us a series that will not only entertain us but leave us begging for more. I see a lot of potential.

Paige, our heroine, reminds me of Katniss in The Hunger Games. Her instinct to survive is very finely tuned, and she has a "I won't bow down to you" attitude. She is very strong and her clairvoyant ability is very cool. As the series progressed we got to know her better, looking at her past in flash back scenes, but I still think there is more to her. By the end her hard exterior started to crack and we were able to peek into  the soft gooey middle, but just barely. I want to get to know this girl. I also want to get to know Warden a little better. He is Paige's Rephaim "master". The one to take her under his wing once she is captured and turn over to the slavery colony. He trains her, and helps her throughout the novel... and I still don't know exactly why. He is at the beginning very cold and distant but you could tell he was trying to walk a fine line between how his people thought the humans should be treated and how he thought the humans should be treated. I liked Warden, he reminded me of Dimitri from Vampire Academy, only with no western novels (instead Warden liked to listen to old records). Yes, Warden is kind of a badass.

While Paige and Warden were very well explored I still feel like we should know more about the Seven Seals, who they are, their background, etc. But then I have to stop and remind myself that there are 7 BOOKS in this series, so there is time to further explore everything to finer detail.

The one thing that did bother about The Bone Season is that at times it was a drag. It moved quite slowly, even though it had quite a few action scenes. I understand the need to take it slow with the plot, but it might be something that might turn people off. My advice? Don't put it down, read it to the very last page. The complexity of the story/world/characters... it's just at the end so very worth it! I really cannot wait for the second novel, I want to see where Samantha Shannon is taking this series. Hopefully we don't have to wait a year for every single book... but I would certainly wait if I had to.

PS: I am really hoping the Glossary for all the different terms in this novel is in the front of the book when it is released because having it by the end of the novel was annoying! I didn't even know it was there until like halfway through! So yeah, Glossary is better in the front.

ARC acquired via BEA in exchange for an honest review.

Saturday 20 July 2013

New Hunger Games: Catching Fire Theatrical Trailer that pretty much shows EVERYTHING we have been waiting for!! Including a look at the new ARENA + Mockingjay dress!

"Last year was child's play, this year you are dealing with all experienced killers."

Oh GOSH, if this trailer is any indication this movie is going to ROCK SO MUCH. It shows Katniss being chosen for the reaping yet again, her and Gale exchanging saliva, when her and Peeta are wearing the new fire suits (which look MUCH better than the ones from the first movie) and even when she twirls and SHOWS HER ASS KICKING MOCKINJAY DRESS.

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I might need to catch a breath here. I am just THAT excited! The trailer looks just so good. I love Jennifer Lawrence, woman is brilliant and hilarious and I would marry her given the chance.

So, what do you think? What is your favorite part?

Thursday 18 July 2013

Review: Viral Nation by Shaunta Grimes... *****

Viral Nation
Title: Viral Nation
Author: Shaunta Grimes
Series: Viral Nation
Book #: 1
Pages: 320
Reading Level: YA
Book Rating: Photobucket
Goodreads Rating: 3.97
Published: July 2nd, 2013.

After a virus claimed nearly the entire global population, the world changed. The United States splintered into fifty walled cities where the surviving citizens clustered to start over. The Company, which ended the plague by bringing a life-saving vaccine back from the future, controls everything. They ration the scant food and supplies through a lottery system, mandate daily doses of virus suppressant, and even monitor future timelines to stop crimes before they can be committed.

Brilliant but autistic, sixteen-year-old Clover Donovan has always dreamed of studying at the Waverly-Stead Academy. Her brother and caretaker, West, has done everything in his power to make her dream a reality. But Clover’s refusal to part with her beloved service dog denies her entry into the school. Instead, she is drafted into the Time Mariners, a team of Company operatives who travel through time to gather news about the future.

When one of Clover’s missions reveals that West’s life is in danger, the Donovans are shattered. To change West’s fate, they’ll have to take on the mysterious Company. But as its secrets are revealed, they realize that the Company’s rule may not be as benevolent as it seems. In saving her brother, Clover will face a more powerful force than she ever imagined… and will team up with a band of fellow misfits and outsiders to incite a revolution that will change their destinies forever.

Taschima's POV:


You know what, I read the summary and I thought "this sounds really cool, sure it's yet another dystopian novel but it sounds... different. Plus the cover? KICK ASS!". Turns out... I was completely right.


I love being right! Specially when it comes to titles I was hoping to love. I loved it. Viral Nation had all the ingredients of an ordinary dystopian novel and yet Shaunta Grimes succeed in making it extraordinary. I don't know if it was the time travelling (which was VERY COOL) or Clover, or the secret internet messages, probably a combination of all really, but it just sparked. It made me yearn for the next novel. That pretty kick ass cover sure helped as well.

Clover is a 16 year old autistic genius. She lives in a world destroyed by disease, and in order to survive she and the rest of the planet need to take a daily shot just to keep the deadly virus at bay. This is how the Company of Waverly-Stead controls all, by keeping them alive.

"The Company runs everything. Not just here, either. Everything, everywhere. Even in the places that pretend to be independent, because the Company supplies the suppressant. Waverly-Stead has more power than the government. More than any government has ever had. More than all of them combined now."

Clover was accepted into the Academy, which is basically the only university for the smartest/brightest of the bunch. Only once they interview her they turn her away. Instead she is in the track to become a Time Mariner, the people who go through the portal to travel through time 2 years into the future. All is well, sort of, until she breaks the rules and finds that in the future her brother will be blamed for the murder of the Academy's headmaster's daughter. Now she, West, and a merry band of misfits have to figure out how to save West, the headmaster's daughter, and themselves.

The whole concept was really cool. A time travelling dystopian novel. How kickass is that? The time travelling aspect is hard to wrap your head around, and I like that even the main character makes note of this. She knows it is a part of life, but it's hard to take it in stride. Every time they make a new decision or know something about the future it changes it slightly, creating a new parallel universe of sorts.

I think Clover's autism aspect was handled very well. It was a part of her, and the author didn't for one second slack on the job. I loved Clover's dog, Mango. He has as important a character as West and Jude. West is Clover's brother. The relationship between them two is definitely worth reading about. They are close, West practically raised Clover and he completely knows her and understands her, does everything to protect her while still not disappearing behind the protective brother character. He had his own personality, dreams, fears, everything. Jude on the other hand was dreamy. At the beginning he is a kid just trying to survive, but as the novel progresses his confidence grows and he becomes something else. I am definitely into Jude from two years into the future, and I saw a lot of him in the 16 year old version starting to shine through.

Viral Nation is very original and intriguing. The time travelling aspect was done right, even though it is a little hard to wrap your head around at first. Clover is a spectacular character with many quirks. She is very endearing, and her dog Mango is a character all to himself. The storytelling is very good, all in third person POV, and the pace is even. I cannot wait for the second instalment! Definitely a must read and fantastic debut.

ARC acquired via the author in exchange for an honest review.

Monday 15 July 2013

10 Unequivocal Reasons to ALWAYS Carry a book with you EVERYWHERE. #AlwaysCarryABook

I have come to a very disturbing conclusion. Not everybody carries a book with them at all times.


I know! Shocking right?! I don't understand why this is, haven't they ever watched Gilmore Girls?

 Rory Gilmore is my personal hero. She ALWAYS carried books along with her, everywhere, even on dates! And it wasn't because she expected the event to be boring, or turn sour, it was because you never know what might happen. Never, so you better come prepared with a lengthy book that can surely occupy your time and take you out of your predicament, be it boredom or else.

So I've compiled some of MY reasons to bring books everywhere, and I strongly encourage you guys to add MORE on the comments. It would be really nice to see I am not the only weirdo around here who had to buy a bigger badass Converse purse just because my books didn't fit in my old small one.

10. Don't believe your friends and family, parties can be dull...

...specially if you know nobody, or if you are going to a family event that is stock full of third cousins and lots of creepy uncles you didn't even know existed. When I first started reading the Harry Potter series (oh, the good old days) I was so invested in the books I took them with me everywhere I went. Once I took it to a family gathering, to this day I don't remember anything about said gathering but I do remember the story. I also remember that my mother got annoyed at me because I wasn't "socialising" with the other human beings in the apartment (I went and hid at the car because they were too damn noisy). What can I say, it was Harry Potter! Also, the event was boring and I didn't know anybody there so sue me. In instances like these, believe me, follow Harry's example and hide under the stairs... and read your book.

9. What if the electricity goes out?!?!

I know, scary stuff!! This also happened to me quite recently. My friend were complaining about their Ipad's battery draining, etc, and I was all like "PAPERBACK COPY!!! Can't hear you, reading."

8. The end of the world is here! Aliens are attacking, humanity is doomed!!

... and you are curled up with a very good book. If reading IN THE AFTER taught me anything is this: books are going to be your sole source of entertainment when the zombie overlords attack and take away the electricity and the modern world pretty much collapses on itself.

BTW IN THE AFTER is such a good book, you should definitely read it. Creepy and exhilarating.

7. You are incredibly sad over something to the point where you might cry in public.

No one can quite cry like a Winchester.
Oh look what you got here right in your purse, a nice interesting plot to avoid such public humiliation! Nothing while quite take your mind off things like a good book (if you are unsure if what you are reading at the moment will keep your mind off things always carry extras either in paperback form or e-book).

6. You are incredibly pissed about something to the point where you might punch someone in public.

Unless you got a slap bet with a friend you might want to avoid hitting people in public. So why don't you instead focus your anger on the bitch/ass who is trying to ruin your main character's life?

5. You have a menial chore that could be improve by awarding yourself with one. more. chapter.

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Let's face it, we are not all Disney princesses who can keep a smile on their faces while doing meaningless chores. So award yourself every time you get something done! Clean the cobwebs? One more chapter! Who knows? Maybe you might end up doing more work (this is a lie, you will most likely drop any work in order to finish your book, you have been warned).

4. You need a chapter break from life.

Sometimes things are just too much to bear. If you need a distraction from life, from a fight, from searching for your missing kid, grab a book.

3. You are potentially getting robbed but your purse is so heavy with that copy of The Deathly Hallows that the robber just gives up.

... stranger things have been known to happen? If not then HIT HIM IN THE HEAD WITH IT. It will hurt, trust me. Consider carrying an extra hardcover with you at all times as a security measurement.

2. You need some advice to give your friend but you don't know what to say exactly.

Books can give very good advice indeed.

1. Because you just love books.

Books ARE magic.
Maybe you don't need "excuses" to carry a book with you whenever you go. If you don't then you are awesome, and screw anybody else who says otherwise. You are the best, keep it up.

PS; In other news I am still extremely sad about Cory Monteith. Still can't believe it happened. #InDenial

Sunday 14 July 2013

Cory Monteith is Dead, 'Finn Hudson' no longer alive. The sad tale of a heart broken fan.

I woke up this morning to the news that Cory Monteith had passed away on July 13th, 2013. I cannot even begin to imagine the grief his friends and family are going through, but I can imagine the grief his fans are going through because I am one of them. I loved Cory, his singing and acting. He was such a good singer! Jessie's Girl is one of my favorites by him, not to mention every other duet with him and Lea Michelle (poor Lea...)

I do not know if Glee is going to have a season 5. I do not know what the writers could possibly rescue from this loss, and I on my part really don't expect anything. I wouldn't put Lea through the pain of having to pretend to be with someone else in the show just for our entertainment, nor do I know how the cast could possibly go on air so soon after this loss. I don't know what story line could possibly survive from this, but whatever they do I will support and watch, even if it breaks my heart a little every time.

We will miss you Cory, so so much. Now I am going to go and binge watch Glee because I am still a little bit in denial.

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Sunday 7 July 2013

So I started reading Viral Nation by Shaunta Grimes...

Viral Nation
"Primary school made cabbage soup look like a spoonful of honey. Too many kids, too much noise, too much to remember to do so that she didn't come across like a freak. Knowing every minute of every day that she actually was a freak and there was no hiding it.
She'd learned a lot, but most of it was by fire.
"I don't think so, Clover. The students are older. I don't think there will be as much chaos."
"I hope my roommate isn't an idiot."
"They don't let idiots into the Academy."
Clover shrugged one shoulder. Her pack was starting to drag on it. "They let idiots in everywhere."
I like Clover a lot. She is a very very smart kid, who happens to have autism. While it is difficult for her to forge relationships she has a very strong bond with her brother and I am enjoying reading about them. It is specially good that I've recently started watching Parenthood because I have more of a basis now in how to navigate Clover's character from watching Max Braverman (who has asperger's, a high functioning form of autism). I feel like I am walking around eggshells when I approach this topic because I don't wanna step on anybodies toes (?) but all I have to say is that Suanta Grimes does a beautiful job with Clover's character.

Another thing I am loving about this book is the time traveling! It is so cool, and while the concept of a "Time Mariner" is a bit weird to me (I think it's just the title itself) I am getting a kick out of it all. While I was a little hesitant of starting Viral Nation too soon (I've been reading a lot of dystopian novels so I didn't want it to get lost in all the other stories) I am happy to say that while the concept of a corrupted post apocalyptic society is nothing new the way Shaunta seems to be writing this novel is very interesting, original, and worth picking up. I am only on page 127, will let you know how it turns out.

Wednesday 3 July 2013

Review: Crown of Midnight (Throne of Glass #2) by Sarah J. Maas

Crown of Midnight (Throne of Glass, #2)
Title: Crown of Midnight
Author: Sarah J. Maas
Series: Throne of Glass
Book #: 2
Pages: 432
Reading Level: YA
Book Rating: Photobucket
Goodreads Rating: 4.64
T.B.Published: Aug. 27th, 2013.

An assassin’s loyalties are always in doubt.
But her heart never wavers.

After a year of hard labor in the Salt Mines of Endovier, eighteen-year-old assassin Celaena Sardothien has won the king's contest to become the new royal assassin. Yet Celaena is far from loyal to the crown – a secret she hides from even her most intimate confidantes.

Keeping up the deadly charade—while pretending to do the king's bidding—will test her in frightening new ways, especially when she's given a task that could jeopardize everything she's come to care for. And there are far more dangerous forces gathering on the horizon -- forces that threaten to destroy her entire world, and will surely force Celaena to make a choice.

Where do the assassin’s loyalties lie, and who is she most willing to fight for?

Taschima's POV:

This book...


I will not describe even one more second of the plot because the summary explains it pretty much dead on. It is a book with LOTS of revelations and even though the first half of it was on the slower side the second half more than made up for it! It's like every monster hidden behind castle walls clawed it's way out of it's stinking hole just to piss Celaena off. For some reason I like when this girl is pissed off, she is more likely to act now and ask questions later. Which makes for LOTS of fun.

My only complaint? There is a lot of Chaol in this title. Like, A LOT. This book spent a lot of it's time exploring the relationship between Celaena and Chaol, in every possible scenario. I know they belong together but that doesn't mean I have to LIKE it. My choice? The brooding prince who has a very dark edge and is discovering just how awful his father really is, not to mention his inner strength is wakening. He is just destined to do great things. Kind of like Zuko in Avatar: The Last Airbender! I looved Zuko, so brooding. And come to think of it we could very well make Dorian's father the Fire Lord Ozai. Perfect match.

"My grandmother used to tell me stories about the old days, a time of peace when the Kingdoms kept balance between the faes, magical folk, witches, and normal folk. But that all changed when the King of Adarlan attacked. Only the lucky bastard that finds all three Wyrdkeys. Only he/she (?) could stop the ruthless Adarlains. But when the world needed them most (keys), they vanished. Ten years passed (give or take?) until Nehemia and I discovered the king's secret, he held one of the keys. And although the keys powers are great, we still have to find them all before we are ready to save anyone. But I believe someone (better not be me) can save the world."

I don't like Chaol because I think he is a bore. I have no idea how Celaena can be in his company and not just bludgeon him 24/7 if only for entertainment. maybe he will get better in the next installment? Dorian on the other hand was interesting to read about since he has a lot going on. Secrets in his blood, dangerous court etiquette to navigate (his father is evil remember), an unreturned love to deal with... Yeap, he is more interesting. to be honest I always knew Dorian didn't have a chance with our girl, but in the end of this novel something was revealed which might make Dorian a very well suited match for Celaena... specially if she is to take her rightful place on the throne

Celaena is absolutely entertaining. I love how aggressive yet utterly feminine she can be. She has a good balance to her character that makes her kickass yet adorable at times. She can eat a whole chocolate cake by herself, and in the next blink stalk you through dark corners, gut you and leave you to bleed. There's a well balanced girl (if not healthy then at least a very entertaining one).   In some ways Celaena is a lot alike a woman Aragorn, think about it! Heir to the throne who hides among the common folk not wanting to remember her heritage and clinging to the shadows

I still have a problem with how stupidly difficult the names are to remember. I had to look them up in order to write this review, specially Celaena, I always think if I misplace an "a" or "e" in her name the world will cease to exist.

Crown of Midnight is full of secret passages, lots of unlawful magic, fae, daggers, blood, revenge, loss, romance, passion, heartache... It is basically a very very well written story with a lot of layers and a marvelously built world. I absolutely enjoyed it and I strongly recommend it at every turn. Sarah J. Maas is a very talented fantasy writer, and her twists and turns will leave you breathless.

ARC acquired @BEA in exchange for an honest review.
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