(Reread) Review: “Heir of Fire” by Sarah J. Maas

I’m seriously cutting it close here! I won’t be done with these re-reads until after Tower of Dawn comes out, but that’s okay! Now that I’m done with Heir of Fire, I’m going to start The Assassin’s Blade. My Books-A-Million order of ToD shipped a few days ago. I doubt I’ll get it before tomorrow or even the day of its release, but who knows!

Anyway, enough babbling… This review will contain spoilers! You can read my initial review on Goodreads here.

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(Reread) Review: “Crown of Midnight” by Sarah J. Maas

I shouldn’t be surprised that I’ve forgotten so much about the earlier books. It’s been nearly two years to the date since I first read Crown of Midnight, the second book in the bestselling Throne of Glass series. I always stated this book was one of my favorites, and I don’t think that’s changed at all either.

This review will contain spoilers! You can read my initial review of this review (with spoilers!) on Goodreads.

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(Reread) Review: “Throne of Glass” by Sarah J. Maas

I wasn’t sure if I wanted to post a reread review of this book, but when I looked and saw that it’s been two years since I read this book, I thought I ought to. 🙂 With Tower of Dawn releasing next month, I definitely decided it was time for a reread. Good thing, too, since I read this and a lot of mixed feelings, especially about the fact I forgot so much stuff! XD

This review will definitely be full of spoilers! Read at your own risk! You can read my first review of this book over on Goodreads.

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Review (reread): “The Winner’s Curse” by Marie Rutkoski

(And by “reread” I mean I listened to this on CD while driving to and from work. Hehe.)

Can I even talk about this series enough? Initially, I reread this because of the North Texas Teen Book Festival and the fact that the author was there, but I didn’t finish it in time. Regardless, I loved the book more than the first time I read it.

The narrator for the audiobook is Justine Eyre and she does a fantastic job narrating. I’ve learned listening to audiobooks that a narrator can really make or break it for me. (I listened to The Wrath and the Dawn on audiobook and wonder if I would have liked the book more if I had read the physical copy…) She added an accent for the Valorians while the Herrani sounded normal, which really added to the overall story.

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