Celaena barely survived the competition in Throne of Glass, and is now the kings new Champion. Keeping up her end of the bargain, Celaena is faced with what the people closest to her think of her actions. An acquaintance from her days as an assassin crosses her path and with an unexpected turn in events, Celaena’s world is shattered. Continue reading Book review: Crown of Midnight
Betrayed by someone close to her, Celaena is now serving time at the salt mines of Endovier – a death sentence for most, except Celaena. Continue reading Book review: Throne of Glass
The Queen of the Tearling captured me right from the start, as Kelsea leaves her protected life in the woods far away from the capital, she sets out on a dangerous journey. A journey that makes her, and the reader, aware of how little she knows of the status of her kingdom. As it will turn out, not knowing much about what is going will be your mantra for this novel. Continue reading Book review: The Queen of the Tearling
So what is up for 2018?
First of all, I will try and complete my goodreads challenge, I have put up that my goal is 60 books in 2018. However, I do hope that I will read many more than that! This year I am trying to challenge myself a little as well Continue reading 2018: New pages to read
In King’s Cage, Mare is now a prisoner – the king, Maven Calore, has taken her freedom, and her abilities. He keeps her on a tight leash, parading her around court Continue reading Book review: King’s Cage
Mare Barrow is trying to deal with the betrayal from Maven Calore, dealing with her feelings for Cal and realising she is not the only Red with Silver abilities. Continue reading Book review: Glass Sword
Mare Barrow is a Red, a normal human being, who lives in a society where they (the Reds) are inferior to the Silver Elite. Continue reading Book review: Red Queen