Hello lovely people❤
I want to say a big thank you to Virginia @ The Sassy Library Fox tagged me for this post! This tag spoiler-free so you don’t have to have read them to do the tag, though of course it’s more fun if you understand the references!
I haven’t read this book yet, but I’ve heard many good things about it, so here we go!
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Going into Lady Midnight, I didn’t expect to like anyone. I missed the OG characters and didn’t really want to get to know anyone else.
Imagine my surprise when I completely fell in love with Julian Blackthorn.
Lily Adler does not give a single hoot about what society thinks of her and I love that. She is always confident and isn’t afraid to be herself, even if it makes other uncomfortable.
I think one of the most unique books I’ve ever read was The Seventh Perfection. It was the first book I read that was written in second-person and the story was wildly different to anything I had read before.
I don’t really like retellings, but I didn’t even know Tristan and Isolde existed when I read this book. I still enjoyed it though and I definitely have to read the other books in the series. After this cliffhanger, I need to know.
Into The Wildbarrens was so sweet and cute and whimsical. If I could compare it to anything, I would compare it with cotton candy. Perfect for any reader who want to get into fantasy!
I would be happy if everyone could read these poems and take them to heart, and learn from them. I don’t even read poetry, but I will devour Maya Angelou’s poems.
If I could join Aelin, Lysandra, Manon, or Elida, you can bet your whole arm I would.
So I JUST realized I have never read a book where two authors collaborated?? Any sugestions?
This is one of those series where no one is especially good, but everyone walks the line of being evil and doing bad things.
This book helped me understand what feminism is and why some people view it the way they do. Feminism is for everyone, no exceptions. Anything that doesn’t include a group of people is not feminism.
Safe to say I did not like this book.
This was actually the first book I ever read that ended with a cliffhanger, so you can be guaranteed that I was permanently scarred.
Everyone is free to do this tag, even if you weren’t tagged! Hope you have an amazing day further!
Till we meet again!