The plot was exciting and something a bit different with various borrowed elements as well. I could see a little bit of the many Young Adult dystopian novels in the book, so I was impressed that Kelsey Quick was able to write something refreshing.
Yetu was a fascinating main character, and I couldn't help but cry for her throughout the book. I loved the journey she takes, and I was on the edge of my seat while reading this book.
The Devil's Apprentice is one of those books that will keep you guessing the entire time you're reading it.
This would be an excellent novel for people who enjoy a good biography. This book felt like I was reading a biography that happened to have dragons in it.
It's Friday, and that means it is time for Friday Favorites! Friday Favorites is hosted by the wonderful blog Something of the Book. Basically, a prompt is given, and you get to gush about your favorites. This week's prompt is favorite magic wielders! As someone who loves the fantasy genre, this one came more natural to... Continue Reading →
The Orchid Throne was captivating. Seriously, everything about this book was phenomenal. Both Euthalia & Conri were fascinating to learn about, and I really enjoyed seeing both Euthalia and Conri's perspectives. Both characters were lovable and exciting. I couldn't help but root for them both.
War of Hearts was well written and action-packed. Like all of S. Young's books, I couldn't help but love Thea and Conall. Seeing the relationships and chemistry between the characters was enthralling.
The Nobody People was actioned packed, and each page was there for a reason. I am genuinely impressed with Bob Proehl's ability to create a world that is at times too realistic.