ACOFAS is a perfect read after that damning book three of this series aka ACOWAR. I think, it would be convenient to read this right after the third book – a first aid for the injury. Like, if you’re fckng lost after ACOWAR, ACOFAS is your saving grace. It was my saving grace and I am thankful for having the chance to read the three greatest Illyrian warriors in history caught up in a traditional snowball fight.
Sarah J. Maas was able to introduce a treacherous and beautiful story in a finely woven world where people, who can’t even save themselves find a way to save one another.
Dollar Voss has a kaleidoscope of characters that never really blended with each other.
A companion can wait, a love story can be rewritten sweeter, but a tragic lost takes time to heal. It’s always there.
Warcross, without a doubt is an entertaining book. Its futuristic, fast-paced and action-packed scenes will definitely draw the attention of any sci-fi or dystopian fan and it is highly likeable.
With all the mainstream books being this hard on the chest, this book by Kurt Dinan is golden in all levels sending you in an impossible fluttering laughter.
"Someday, when I am nothing but dust and wind, what tale will they tell about me? Once upon a time, a girl had a father, a prince, a society of friends. Then they betrayed her, and she destroyed them all." This quote best describes the first two books of the Young Elites triloy and I'm… Continue reading Mini-Review: The Rose Society by Marie Lu
This is an extremely laudable book that needs to resound all throughout the universe. Five of five stars, people.
He made an incredible mixture of mundane-heroism and power-based heroism all in a fairly odd band.
My Mathematics professor once told me that what I don’t know won’t hurt me so, I should not be afraid to take chances. Probability people! And I’m taking my chance to write blogs.