Ross beautifully captures the intricacies of how politics play such a deeply influential, and very powerful role in societies.
This one I wouldn’t recommend for anyone in the young adult age range…or any, for that matter.
With definite twists, complicated character relations, “nods” to highly-loved fantasy series (I smelled out a few correlations to Lord of the Rings, the Night Court from A Court of Thorns and Roses and perhaps even the Wheel of Time series,) there is little left to desire from this read.
A shorter fantasy jammed packed full of goodness from start to finish!
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A Curse So Dark And Lonely wasn’t very dark, or very lonely.
A debut novel and new, magical YA fantasy book series.
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If anything, this book has made me realize how much I don’t like the “squad” stuff that’s so popular right now.
A stunning read that mixes the twisted, beautiful, mysterious, and whimsical.
An unfortunate DNF read around page 120 due to a lot of filigree without a good base coat.
Vasya travels through a realm of Midnight, encounters creatures of nightmares, and makes deals with devils in order to save the realm of monsters and men.
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A recap of 2018: top 5 reads published within the year, books read, and goals for 2019.