Tag: sarah j. maas

Book Review : A Court of Silver Flames

Book Review : A Court of Silver Flames

Well, I definitely overhyped myself for A Court of Silver Flames. After years of waiting for Cassian and Nesta to get together, I found the reality of it was extremely lacking in comparison to my imagination. Though I initally enjoyed visiting old friends from the Night Court in this series, I found myself disappointed with how little actually happened, the route Nesta’s healing went, and the treatment of Feyre in […]

Posted February 26, 2021 in Book Reviews, Fantasy, Romance
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Book Review : House of Earth and Blood

Book Review : House of Earth and Blood

After being less than thrilled with Kingdom of Ash, the ending to Sarah J. Maas’s much beloved Throne of Glass series, I was a little skeptical when I preordered  House of Earth and Blood (Crescent City #1). Never did I expect to sit down and read the entire 803 paged book in one sitting. House of Earth and Blood offers something completely unlike anything I’ve ever read–a murder mystery in a […]

Posted March 13, 2020 in Book Reviews, Fantasy
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Book Review : Kingdom of Ash

Book Review : Kingdom of Ash

This review contains spoilers.   After the action-packed novels of Queen of Shadows and Empire of Storms, I was shocked to find myself struggling to get through Kingdom of Ash. Weighing in at 992 pages, I fought to get through the tome that clearly could have been edited down to around to only 300 or 400 pages. Not only was there a severe lack of action in the rest of […]

Posted November 9, 2018 in Book Reviews, Fantasy, Young Adult
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Book Review : A Court of Frost and Starlight

Book Review : A Court of Frost and Starlight

Personally, I really enjoyed A Court of Frost and Starlight, and even liked it more than A Court of Wings and Ruin, (read that review here). A lot of other readers and reviewers were annoyed because this book seemed like simply a “filler,” but I was under the belief that that was the specific purpose of this novella—to fill the readers in on the time after A Court of Wings […]

Posted May 30, 2018 in Book Reviews, Fantasy
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Book Review : Tower of Dawn

Book Review : Tower of Dawn

Spoilers are marked, but read at your own risk!    When it was announced in an earlier installment of Throne of Glass that Chaol and Nesryn were heading to the Southern Continent, I was disappointed. I always loved Chaol, and am still bummed that Aelin ended up with Rowan, and was annoyed that Chaol would not be involved in the exploits of the next book, Empire of Storms, just because […]

Posted September 12, 2017 in Book Reviews, Fantasy, Young Adult
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