Today, I'll be sharing excerpts from The Priory of the Orange by Samantha Shannon!
Today I'll be talking about The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon, The Girl of Hawthorn and Glass by Adan Jerreat-Poole, and The 100-year-old man who climbed out of the
One of the strangest things about this book for me is the fact that the title is literal. There is literally a girl made partly of hawthorn and glass. The girl was literally built by using things such as hawthorn, glass, and other stuff. So, this is the first time I’ve read a book where the title is literal.
She could taste mortality the way a star remembers the taste of its birth, the lingering violence of creation.
Today I'll be talking about The Girl of Hawthorn and Glass by Adan Jerrear-Poole, House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas, and The Priory Of The Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon
Okay. So, somehow I've got to write a review for a book that gave me all the feels. Somehow I've got to convey these feelings through words so that I can convince you to read this book if you haven't already, and I don't know if I'm capable of that. If this review seems a bit all over the place and doesn't necessarily make sense, you know why.
I'm so honored to announce that I've recently had the opportunity to interview an indie publisher named Inspire Quills! With the Big 5 dominating the publishing world, I though it would be ideal to know what goes on in indie publishing and why it's definitely something we as readers (and possibly upcoming authors) need to start focusing on!
Then let the world know that my first act of freedom was to help my friends.