Another highly anticipated 2021 release that did not disappoint in the slightest!
We were thrown back into the Grisha verse to learn about the aftermath of the war and the reign of the new King Nikolai in this new duology, and it is certainly an interesting story told from several points of view, that expands on the already familiar world. The review might contain spoilers. The Synopsis:… Continue reading King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo | The Nikolai Duology
I recently reread the duology and I am not exaggerating when I say that this is easily one of my favorite series ever. The review might contain mild spoilers. The Synopsis: Ketterdam is the spot for international trades - anything can be traded and found for the right price. No one knows that better than… Continue reading Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo | The Six of Crows Duology
The concluding part of the trilogy is interesting and even though I felt like it was a bit rushed, it is still an okay book and an okay finale. Definitely after the shock of book two and the events of it, I looked forward to see what would happen and how the story would further… Continue reading Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo | The Grisha Trilogy
The Grisha trilogy is a series I wanted to read for the longest time and I don't know why I kept putting it off but with a gentle nudge from my friends on Bookstagram, I managed to read them very quickly. As usual with all my reviews, this will contain spoilers. The Goodreads synopsis Alina is… Continue reading Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo | The Grisha Trilogy
As always with my review posts - this contains a plot summary and thus spoilers. Click away if you haven't read the book and you are not interested in it being spoiled. I have a huge bone to pick with this book. I ranted on and off about it to a group of bookstagram friends… Continue reading Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo | The Grisha Trilogy
Hi everyone! I hope you've been doing well. I've missed writing terribly, but quite frankly, I've been going through a very rough writing block which has gone as far as to impact my mental health. I went into 2019 knowing that I wanted to do monthly wrap-ups that I would post both here and on… Continue reading A Quarterly Wrap-Up (January-March 2019)
I am unsure of whether or not I made it clear, but this year I have been obsessed with all Wonder Woman-related content. So naturally, I had to read Wonder Woman: Warbringer and oh my, oh my! I refuse to re-tell the plot for the review because that would be a crime against the book and I do not… Continue reading Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo