Review: “A Court of Frost and Starlight” by Sarah J. Maas

I debated reading this before starting A Court of Silver Flames. I’m not a huge fan of novellas in general, and wasn’t sure this one contained any vital information before I started reading Nesta and Cassian’s story. Turns out… I was kind of right.

This is a relatively short review since it’s for a novella.

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ARC Review: “The Kingdom of Copper” by S.A. Chakraborty

First off, a huge thank you to Harper Voyager for sending me a free copy in exchange for an honest review! It was an absolute surprise to come home and see this on my door step.

But it arrived the day the book released, so it took me a little bit to get to it since I had other books in line for the next few weeks. However, I am here! I have read it, and I have feelings!

If you haven’t read the first book, The City of Brass, this review may contain spoilers!

Content warning: Self-harm

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Review: “The Bird and the Sword” by Amy Harmon

After seeing some of my favorite bookstagrammers rave about this book, I decided I needed it. The unfortunate part was I didn’t have the money to buy it and my local library didn’t have it either. I wasn’t sure what to do but the great thing about the local library is you can put in a request for a book, and if they receive enough requests, they’ll buy it for their system.

Well, can you guess what happened? I did just that and violá! I read it in about 3 days, which is really saying something, lol. But it helped that I recently had a 3-day weekend. 😛

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ARC Review: “Firebrand” by Kristen Britain

Thank you, NetGalley and Berkley Publishing Group/DAW Books for giving me a free digital copy in exchange for an honest review!

THIS is the Green Rider book I hoped for after the last one. Thank you, Kristen! I could not have been more excited to have this book in my hands (well, my Kindle Fire in my hands since I received it as an eARC), and I absolutely could not stop reading this book! After the disappointment that was Mirror Sight, I was eager to get my hands on Firebrand in hopes that everything that disappointed me in Mirror Sight would be remedied, and let me tell you it was. Even if you don’t feel the same way I do about the previous book, you will be thrilled to read this book!

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