Series: A Court of Thorns and Roses #3
Genres: New Adult, Fantasy, Romance
Main themes: Power, Magic, Love, War
Rating: 4 stars
There’s no doubt that an outbreak of war with Hybern is on the horizon, and so Feyre must do all she can to protect Prythian as well as the Mortal Lands from being destroyed. But this is no easy task, especially as Prythian is divided into Courts who have no solid allegiance to one another. And so secrets must be revealed, and pride must be swallowed if the High Lords of Prythian wish to save their lands, and everyone close to them. A Court of Wings and Ruin brings readers a powerful and sensational conclusion to the end of a brilliant series.
Series: Throne of Glass #4
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy,
Main themes: Magic, Love, War, Personal Growth
Rating: 5 stars
When I’d finally decided to read Queen of Shadows, it had been more than a year since I’d last read Heir of Fire. I was a little worried about trying to get back into the Throne of Glass world in case I’d forgotten key parts of the story but honestly I felt like I was returning home with this book! I forgot how much I adored this world and its characters.
In this book, Aelin Galathynius returns to Adarlan, and embarks on a dangerous mission where she must risk her life in order to save her friends and family, and bring down the King of Adarlan. We also follow Manon Blackbeak, who’s ability as Wing Clan leader is truly put to the test by the secretive errands and questionable decisions she’s forced to make. Queen of Shadows reaches new heights in this incredibly action packed series.
A new year, new reading challenges, and of course new book releases!
#1 King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard
This is the very much anticipated third instalment of the Red Queen series! With the cliffhanger that left me with so many questions at the end of Glass Sword, I really cannot wait to dive into King’s Cage. I’ve also kind of (really) missed the Silvers and their petty politics back at the palace, so I’m looking forward to seeing how they’ve been handling recent events. Plus, have you seen all the snippets Victoria’s been teasing us with? If not, be sure to check them out by clicking here because they’ve got me even more hyped for the release! There’s just a month to go, so mark 9th February in your calendars! Read more
Series: Throne of Glass #3
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy,
Main themes: Personal Growth, Loss, Magic
Rating: 4 stars (I think it’s more of a 4.5!)
Celaena Sardothien has arrived in Wendlyn with the intent of finding out as much as she can regarding the mysterious Wyrdkeys, all in hope of gaining the upper hand on the tyrant King of Adarlan. She knows that there’s only one person who can give her all the answers she desires: the chilling Fae-Queen, Maeve. But before she can get anywhere, Celaena’s continuously challenged and pushed to reach into the depths of her soul to accomplish the unbearable, and face the unspeakable.
Series: Throne of Glass #2
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult
Main themes: Friendship, Loss, Love, Magic
Rating: 3 stars
Warning: The end of this review contains spoilers.
In this second instalment of the Throne of Glass series, Celaena Sardothien is working as the King’s Champion. She fulfils her duty by assassinating any threats to the Crown but as she gets caught up in a world of mysterious beings and forbidden magic, it’s not long before she has bigger duties to fulfil. The First Queen of Adarlan herself has asked Celaena to stop an evil that threatens to tear their world in two, but the young assassin is conflicted as to what path she should take. Her life has become a very dangerous game, and one wrong move could ruin everything. Read more