In the Ravenous Dark was promoted as a book with keywords like "queer", "found family", "spooky" and "morbidly funny". These keywords drew me in immediately and I have never seen so much representation in a single book. It is needless to say that I was impressed with this upper-YA fantasy novel and I rated it 4.5 stars.
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.
Nevernight is the first work that I read that was solely written by Jay Kristoff and I was really excited going into it after seeing lots of raving reviews everywhere. Now let me tell you that this book did not disappoint. It got a 4.5 star rating from me. Read on to see my full thoughts in this spoiler-free review.
This can be an amazing book for some people, but sadly, I am not one of them. It was beautifully written, but the plot and characters felt lacking to me. It left me feeling kind of indifferent about the whole story. It is a low 3 stars for me.
Another book by Alexandra Christo that I found hard to rate. It improved in some aspects from Into the Crooked place, but some aspect were still lacking from which I expected more. I enjoyed it a bit better then the first book, so I'll give it 3.5 stars.
This was a difficult book to rate. It has a lot of positive points, but also quite a few negative ones for me that threw me off a bit. I did overall still enjoy it and am excited for the sequel, so it will be 3 stars for me.
This is my favorite book so far in the ACOTAR universe and the first book in that series that I gave 5 stars. It's a journey of growth and frienship which managed to touch my heart.
You need to stay concentrated whilst reading this, otherwise you will be very confused as I was. I would have DNFd it if it wasn't for the book club I'm a part of, in which we were going to discuss this book. Therefore, I can't give it more than 2 stars.
The Stone Eater was a great ending to an amazing trilogy with a very unique magic system. The Magic Eaters trilogy is definitely worth the read and deserves to receive a lot more hype. I gave this final instalment 4 stars. If you want to know why, keep on reading! This will be a spoiler free review for this book as well as for the previous books.
A fast paced mystery with a ton of fun clues that fit together perfectly.