In case you haven't noticed yet, I recently had a Marissa-Meyer-A-Thon, in which I all of the books that I own by here. The last book I read as part of that is Renegades, the first book in her new trilogy. I picked this up at YALC last year, and it was mentioned in haul … Continue reading Renegades Review
A month ago I reviewed Legend and two weeks ago I reviewed Champion. These are the first two books in the Legend Trilogy by Marie Lu, and today I will be reviewing the conclusion, Champion. Synopsis He is a Legend.She is a Prodigy.Who will be Champion? June and Day have sacrificed so much for the … Continue reading Champion: Review
I little while ago, I reviewed the first book in the Chaos Walking trilogy, and since I have now read the second book I thought I would review that too. Synopsis Fleeing before a relentless army, Todd has carried a desperately wounded Viola right into the hands of their worst enemy, Mayor Prentiss. Immediately separated … Continue reading The Ask and The Answer: Review
A few weeks ago I reviewed the first book in the Legend trilogy by Marie Lu. Prodigy is the second book in there series, the story starts a week after the end of the previous one, so without further ado, here we go. Synopsis Injured and on the run, it has been seven days since … Continue reading Prodigy: Review
After having this book sit on my bookshelf for years, I have finally gotten round to reading it. By audiobook. From my library. Yes I am the person who will pay actual money for a book and then end up reading it on a platform that was free to me from the beginning, and yes … Continue reading The Knife of Never Letting Go: Review
I recently picked up the Legend Trilogy by Marie Lu from my local charity shop after umming and ahhing about these books for a while. Having now read the series, here is my review of the first book. Synopsis What was once the western United States is now home to the Republic, a nation perpetually … Continue reading Legend Review
I was fortunate to get a review copy of Welcome To Dystopia from OR Books through NetGalley. It is a collection of 45 short stories based on the current world, with a main focus on the Trump administration. Since 45 reviews are quite a lot, I will be splitting this into 5 reviews each of 9 stories so this will be the last review in a series.