Book review: Morning Star

After the horrifying events  that occurred at the ending of Golden Son, Darrow has now been at the mercy of the Jackal the past year. The Reaper is now barely a shadow of himself, as he struggles to get through each day in the never ending darkness.

Book review: Golden Son

Golden Son picks up two years after the events at the Institute and Darrow is now under the service of his enemy Nero au Augustus. His final exam goes wrong and he loses against Cassius’s brother, Karnus au Bellona in a space battle.

Book review: Red Rising

Under the surface of Mars, a young Red, Darrow works in the mines. The lowest cast, the Reds are mining helium-3, as they believe they are making the surface of Mars habitable. The world of men is divided in a strict hierarchy that has placed Darrow and his fellow Reds at the bottom. At the other end, are the Golds - almost godlike figures that make the stronger and better cast, they rule society through fear and intimidation.

Book review: The Queen of the Tearling

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. 

2018: New pages to read

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