Reading the whole series especially The Dragon of Jin-Sayeng has been a journey. K.S. Villoso did a brilliant job on this epic conclusion and I highly encourage you to pick up the series and join our cries of pain. IT'S FUN I PROMISE.
Do you use Goodreads? If yes, do you think the average rating for books are a big deal? Reader preferences are obviously different, so doing this tag was really interesting!
The Kingdom of Back is Marie Lu's first fantasy historical fiction book and is almost 12 years in the making. Following the point of view of Wolfgang's older sister, Nannerl Mozart, it's an inspiring and magical tale that I'm sure will tug at your hearts.
I Love You So Mochi hit all the right spot for me! It was a great treat as I was able to see a part of myself with the main character and I was able to travel to Japan! It's a refreshing YA book about self discovery, reconnecting with you family and falling in love.
TGIF, bookworm!! I won't judge you doing the happy dance to welcome the weekend! I'm trying to bring back list-type of posts on my blog, so here's the top five standalone fantasy books that I want to read very soon! Feel free to drop some recommendations too!
Hello sunshines! A late wrap up coming through! On April, we thrived. I read 14 books and what's more surprising, it's a combination of reading formats- which isn't usually me 😀 Read on and share your favorite read for April too!
Amina's Voice is a heartfelt story that explores the power of support that each of us can get from our friends, family and community. There's still a long way to battle racism and we all know it doesn't get easier. But books like this really helps in spreading awareness and hopefully in inspiring kindness to anyone who will read it.
So thrilled when I received the ARC from Penguin! Instructions for Dancing is one of my anticipated reads and it is a unique love story. I got happy and sad tears in the end! Book comes out on June 1st!
In the Jaded Grove is a fantasy book that will easily transport you to a whimsical realm of fairies and pixies! With two inspiring main characters, it's not hard to love this book. I fell in love with Jessa, the poet and Simith the grown-up warrior version of Peter Pan.
Overall, it was a great book and it definitely satisfied my fantasy cravings! Needless to say, I am getting myself a physical copy so I can annotate and keep in my shelf! The paperback version of its sequel, The Crow Rider will be released this year so yay!