Review – Skyward by Brandon Sanderson

My journey of exploring more science-fiction continues with Skyward. It didn’t give me quite the punch that I was expecting from a Sanderson novel, but the character development and dynamics made up for that. I had a blast reading it and flew through these pages. I gave it a rating of 4.5 stars.

Review – The Eye of the World by Robert Jordan

Who else got moved into action to finally read this tome by the upcoming Amazon release of the Wheel of Time TV show? I definitely did, and I’m not sure what to think of it afterwards. It was a slow journey with a rushed ending and an abundance of unnecessary information and descriptions. Though I certainly enjoyed certain parts of it, I couldn’t give it more than 3 stars.

Review – Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim

Six Crimson Cranes has a whimsical, fairytale-like feel to it, and to me it seemed like it could be directed towards a younger audience than it is now. There were some aspects of the idea and the writing that were executed extremely well and I have to give Lim credits for that, especially for the ending. Overall, it was an enjoyable read, but it didn't give me that "wow" feeling. 3.5 stars in my opinion.

Review – The Wolf and the Woodsman by Ava Reid

Going into a book without expectations and being disappointed by it is a weird feeling, but sadly enough, that is what happened for me with The Wolf and the Woodsman by Ava Reid. The characters feel too young, the marketing for it wasn't done it the best way and the main character doesn't behave like someone with her background. Though there were also some interesting aspects, I couldn't give it more than 2 stars. You can read my full thoughts in this spoiler-free review.