If you hang out on bookstagram, chances are that you have seen Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo all over it. That’s where I first encountered all the love and praise for this YA book that’s part of a duology. So I ordered both Six of Crows and it’s sequel Crooked Kingdom and placed them on my shelf, waiting for a day when I would have time to read them. But when I finally picked up Six of Crows, I just couldn’t get into it. I tried for a few chapters and then abandoned it for another book.
But I was determined to return and give it another go as it has so much fan love. So recently I picked it up again and I stuck with it. Continue reading →
For the past three weeks I was immersed in the epic, magical world of the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J Maas. Reading this series took A LOT of reading time as it’s seven books long (with the 8th and final book A Kingdom of Ash due out in October 2018). But it was well worth my effort.
If you have already read this series then I am preaching to the converted. If you have never read a YA or fantasy book in your life then this is probably not the series for you. If you read book one, hated it, and didn’t read any further, then this post isn’t for you. But for everyone else who wants to be swept away to a magical realm of queens and kings, princes and princesses, warriors and assassins, faeries and healers, magical creatures and witches, quests and kingdoms, then please read on. Continue reading →