I tackled a Harry Potter themed readathon that I've been dying to try for ages.
Like all Bardugo's books, Ninth House is ultimately a story about privilege, identity, and the bonds that can be formed in adversary.
Reflecting back on the year through the books I read.
Call Down the Hawk is part one in a new trilogy that takes place after Maggie Stiefvater’s quadrilogy, The Raven Cycle. You can read Call Down the Hawk without having read The Raven…
It's a masterpiece. I bought it three times.
There are three things I loved about A Kingdom of Exiles that have stuck with me even though it’s been months since I read it. Here’s the blurb The brightest of stars are…
It's seldom I read a standalone so satisfying. Stiefvater creates a whole world in such a short space of time with this book.
The exquisite descriptive writing brings this story to life.
A fresh and beautifully-written fantasy YA.
I came to Crooks & Straights with that Christmas morning feeling. I read the description on Amazon and thought wow, I’ve got to get my hands on that.