Needless to say, Crooked Kingdom was nothing short of perfection. This sequel to Bardugo's groundbreaking Six of Crows is a phenomenal conclusion that brings back everything and more that we loved from its predecessor.
Dear boy who works at the USC Housing Office...
This was a kicka** sequel to Angelfall. My Rating: ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
Because I had so much fun doing the last Top 5, I think I might continue doing this! Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly book meme found on Goodreads! This week’s topic is: Favorite Non-Canon Ships
I've recently been nominated for the Liebster award, making this my second nomination! Featuring Part 2 of my first nomination.
Thank you so much to all you incredible bloggers out there who have taken the time to visit my site and read my posts!
I read a lot more than I expected to this weekend, but it was such a great way to relax after that hellish week of midterms and essays. So, what am I hoping to read this week?
Like last week, I have no business choosing this one as my "can't-wait-to-read" pick of the week. But I've recently bought the first book to the series and I'm determined to read it before the end of this month. But my pick is *drumroll, please*
This will be my everything post! All my posts for this week summed up into one concise post. I won't have any time to blog this week, much less read, so I'm just going to do it all right now (except my review for Crooked Kingdom) while I have the time!
I feel like I'm a little late to this party, seeing that this book came out in 2012 and I thought it was a recent release. My bad. I haven't read an angel book since reading Daughter of Smoke and Bone last year, so Angelfall was a refreshing return to the genre.