The first two books of this series - The Monster of Selkirk - was more set in the wild. This part, however? So many steampunk-influences I adored! And the writing! And the swoon! Read my review here OR check out the first book in the series - The Duality of Nature!
There are a lot of books being released, a lot of books being shouted about.. But there are definitely some out there that deserve more attention than they ever got upon their release. I'm sharing some of those books in this post!
I'm getting more and more used to authors tearing my heart to pieces, so it's not that weird it happened again when I read THE QUEEN OF NOTHING - the ending of an amazing trilogy. This is.. one messy review.
Once in a while, I'm all for the whimsical and magical writing only Erin Morgenstern has truly delivered on so far but.. I think that might've changed with this book? Like? HOW AMAZING IS THAT?
So.. I own a lot of unread books. Like.. A LOT. And I decided to create a post of shame to show some of the fantasy series I still haven't started yet. Feel free to yell at me.
Uhm, January is almost gone? I don't know how it happened, but I'm here to tell you how YOU will be tackling February! Reading-wise that is. I hope.
I read and loved the first installment, Girls of Paper and Fire, so I basically flew into its sequel the moment it arrived. Did it live up to my expectations? Or did I get the sequel-blues?